Few 17U programs have been better at developing and maximizing their talent than TMP, and that was quite evident throughout their run to the title game. Jordan Jones is a quality floor general with quickness and a reliable two-way presence. Cohen Gaskins operated nicely as an offensive leader and showcased his ability to be a primary scorer and secondary ball-handler. That being said, Nick Pringle was arguably the most valuable piece for this team, given the consistent way he anchors the paint on both ends of the floor. Their roster has continually grown over the recent years, and they now have more players than ever before within their organization. They had some struggles in the championship, but still narrowly edged out a very talented NC Empire squad by a score of 69-67.
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