#S16 Day 1 - 9th & 10th Social Media Blogs
The Super 16 Showcase tipped off on Saturday in New Haven county. With over 30 division III coaches in attendance a number of prospects stood out.
Here's a recap of some of the standouts in the 9th and 10th grade divisions.
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2021 wing Mason Jackson was dominant in a win for @CT_Elite_BBall this morning, constantly making plays for his teammates and throwing down a couple of highlight dunks. #S16 10th pic.twitter.com/54IXShTj2N— Michael B. DiMartino (@mdimartino203) May 25, 2019
2021 Raymond Espinal-Guzman of @RIElite_ and @MPrepBBB has a great combination of size and skill. The 6’7 forward can create for himself off the dribble and block shots at a high rate. #S16 10th pic.twitter.com/8mLz8wBfYr— Michael B. DiMartino (@mdimartino203) May 25, 2019
2022 Micah Morgan of DTX and Amity HS is a young prospect to look out for. Led his team to victory by scoring effectively in the lane and dishing out plenty of assists. #S16 10th— Michael B. DiMartino (@mdimartino203) May 25, 2019
Jeremiah Phillips seals the @NEStormBball win with the And-One layup! The Storm had balanced scoring around the board, with Alexander Oakleaf (3 threes) and Alex Antoine (multiple clutch buckets) leading the way. #S16 10th pic.twitter.com/DtmaBqfjlF— NERR (@NERRHoops) May 25, 2019
Nice start to the weekend @bacchetta_30 ‘21 from Wachusett Regional HS. Brandon continues to show significant growth. Used body well and scored at a high level in opening contest @NERRHoops Super 16 pic.twitter.com/RlDhTSbNyQ— Mass Elite (@MassELITEHoops) May 25, 2019
Keeshawn Jones knocks down the baseline jumper for @nyfinestathlete! Jones showcased his athleticism throughout, dominating around the hoop, especially in transition. #S16 10th pic.twitter.com/3usFk3i9Js— NERR (@NERRHoops) May 25, 2019
.@BostonWarriors_ push the tempo, find Dahlak Amanuel for the easy two. Boston has used strong guard play from Justin Ferrer and Amanuel to push the pace and get transition opportunities. #S16 10th pic.twitter.com/wu9ycQrnCt— NERR (@NERRHoops) May 25, 2019
Will Rywolt ‘20 is the player of the game for @RIMagichoops! He tallied 24 points with 5 threes, and he was also a terrific passer. Rywolt frequently found outlet and hit-ahead passes to cut open the defense. #S16 Varsity pic.twitter.com/Vx9KWxbMao— NERR (@NERRHoops) May 26, 2019