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Playaz Spring Fling (Part 2)
Monday, 02 April 2007

By Brian Crownover
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Roscoe Davis
Here is a continuation of the Playaz Spring Fling and the outstanding performers.

DC Blue Devils

Jasper Williams (2008, 6-2 PG)
Jasper is a point guard who is quick ball handler that can penetrate into the lane.  He has good size and can score and pass off of drives.  He also showed a nice pull up jump shot. 

Frank Ben-Eze (2008, 6-10 PF/C)
Frank is a physically imposing post player.  He’s very strong and threw down two thunderous dunks in this contest.  He is a good athlete and displayed soft touch on the interior.  Frank combined his strength and athletic ability to collect several rebounds.  He also showed good form on his free throws.

Max Kenyi (2008, 6-4 175 SG/SF)
Max is a thin shooting guard.  He hit a three pointer and showed a decent handle, but for the most part had a quiet game. 

Isaiah Armwood (2009, 6-8 PF)
Isaiah is a long, athletic young big man.  He is a face up forward who can step outside and knock down mid range jumpers.  He has good form on his shot. 

New Heights 16s

Devon Collier (2010, 6-5 SF/PF)
Devon is an athletic young forward.  He runs the floor well and is a good leaper with a huge wingspan.  He’s a good ball handler and showed a nice pull up jump shot.  He does need to add some strength to his frame. 

Harlem’s Pride

Malcolm Pope (2008, 6-0 170 PG)
Malcolm is a very quick ball handling guard with an array of dribbling moves.  He likes to attack the basket, often with a good crossover move.  He is a good finisher who can score, but will also pass when he breaks down the defense.  Most of Malcolm’s shots came from around the hoop and he didn’t really show whether or not he has a jump shot. 

DC Assault

Cameron Johnson (2008, 6-4 SG)
Cameron is a big bodied guard with a smooth stroke.  He has a very good mid range game, including the ability to pull up and hit off the dribble.  He’s a solid ball handler as well. 

Jamar Samuels (2008, 6-7 210 PF)
Jamar is a long and athletic forward.  He is a good leaper who can finish in transition.  He could benefit from adding some muscle. 

Jordan Brooks (2008, 5-8 PG)
Jordan is a small, but quick point guard.  He is a good penetrator and also displayed a nice pull up game. 

Kris Joseph (2008, 6-7 SF/PF)
Kris is another long athletic forward who can run the floor and finish. 

Roscoe Davis (2008, 6-9 215 PF/C)
Roscoe is a big, athletic interior player.  He has a huge wingspan and he collected several rebounds as well as blocking a few shots.  He’s a good finisher who made most of his impact in transition.  Roscoe can also play with his back to the basket though.  He could benefit from some added muscle.  Roscoe is definitely a high major talent. 

Marquis Simmons (2008, 6-7 PF)
Marquis is a wide bodied athletic forward.  He has several good finishes in transition.

Juice All Stars

Bilal Dixon (2008, 6-7 210 PF)
Every now and then when you’re in between games, you briefly catch some other action.  In the brief few minutes that I watched the Juice All Stars, Bilal had a huge impact.  He is a very athletic forward who gets out and makes plays in transition.  He’s very strong as well as he displayed on two monster dunks in a short period of time.  He was also aggressive on the boards and got to the line.

Connecticut Basketball Club

Chris Prescott (2008, 6-2 175 PG/SG)
Chris is a decent size shooting guard.  He has a very good stroke and is a solid three point shooter.  He didn’t show much else during this game. 

David Gibbs (2008, 6-3 165 SG) Committed to UMASS
This left-handed guard is explosive.  He gets up the court in a hurry and had his biggest impact in transition.  David also has good vision and distributes the ball well. 

City Rocks

Jordan Stevens (2009, 6-5 200 SG/SF)
Jordan is a skilled left-handed wing player.  He has a well rounded game.  He has a smooth shot and is a solid ball handle.  He is also willing to distribute the ball and crash the boards.  The City Rocks’ half court offense seemed to be more effective when Jordan touched the ball.  That didn’t happen as often in the 2nd half though. 

Brett Marfurt (2008, 6-4 190 SG)
Brett is a sharpshooter with good size for the shooting guard position.  He buried several threes in this contest.  Although, he isn’t going to blow by defenders, he can handle the ball.  Brett also ran the floor well and was rewarded with several trips to the line for his effort. 

Shimeek Johnson (2008, 6-7 SF/PF)
Shimeek opened the game up with a beautiful finish on an alley oop pass.  He’s an athletic forward who blocked a shot, grabbed an offensive rebound and scored on the put back.  After a big start, he was relatively quiet.

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