Hoop Mountain: Super Week I Recap IV
As Bristol, Rhode Island prepares for America's oldest 4th of July celebration; they saw the conclusion of Hoop Mountain's Super Week 1. Many players, new and familiar, impressed all week long under the tutelage of a great coaching staff, led by the likes of Worcester Academy head coach Jamie Sullivan, St. Andrew's head coach Michael Hart, and new Rhode Island College head coach Mike Byrnes.
When all was said and done it was the Nets, a team coached by Britney Papile and made up of players from BABC's 2017 club, took the championship behind Jakigh Dottin, Justin Mazzulla, and the high energy of Nick Osarenren.
Marcus Zegarowski was named the MVP of SWI while the all-star game also included Darrick Boyd, Tevin Charles, Daniel Rymer, Isaiah McLeod, Fru Che, Charlie Crockett, Sam Jefferson, Karlens Joas, Akim Sanni, Austin Coene, Julien Muir, Charles-Erik Marmen-Harvey, Sultan Olusekun, Geoffrey Gray, Tim Preston, Vincent Bastrash, Abdul Kamane, Kareem Davis, Damian Prgomet, and Dottin.
SWI also included a lecture by NBA Rookie of the Year Michael Carter-Williams, a workout by former URI star Jimmy Baron, and the BABC EYBL team taking part in a pair of one half scrimmages against the camp's regular season champions as well as a Canadian contingent from Saint Foy in Quebec City.
Hoop Mountain will continue at Roger Williams with Super Week II from July 5th - 8th.