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Primetime Shootout - Trenton Part 2
Monday, 16 February 2009

By Brian Crownover
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Here is a look at some more of the standout players that CAA Insider watched at the Primetime Shootout over the weekend.


St. Raymond's 50 Timber Creek 47
Bishop Loughlin 76 Union 66
Rice 61 Rancocas Valley 35
St. Benedict's 75 Mountain State Academy 61
Westchester 85 Lincoln 78
St. Anthony's 71 Hotchkiss School 45
Oak Hill Academy 73 St. Patrick's 64


Kadeem Jack (2010, 6-8 PF/C)
In a day loaded with talented underclassmen, Kadeem put together a very nice game.  The lanky forward put together a strong game on the inside.  He finished well around the rim and really attacked the glass.  With his back to the basket, Kadeem displayed a fine hook shot.  He ran the floor well too and was often rewarded for it.  Kadeem proved to be quite the athlete too as he finished with an alley oop and blocked several shots.  Right now, Kadeem looks like a good mid major prospect with the chance to end up even higher.

James Stukes (2010, 6-7 PF)
James was effective finishing around the goal.  He grabbed a few boards on both ends of the court.  James blocked a shot on the defensive end.  He missed on the few jumpers that he attempted.  He didn't do much off the dribble in this contest either.

Jonathan Williams (2009, 6-3 SG)
This normally talented shooter just really struggled to find his range.  He missed a number of jumpers.  Jon did score in transition, but overall it was a quiet game.

St. Benedict's

Aaron Brown (2010, 6-4 SG)
This tough player had a really nice game.  Aaron stepped outside and showed his smooth stroke on a couple three pointers.  He battled inside and scored on a couple follow-up baskets.  Aaron ran the floor and had a beautiful spin move and finish in transition.  He also grabbed a steal and picked up an assist on the other end of the court.  It was a good all around day for this junior. 

Tavon Sledge (2011, 5-9 PG)
Tavon is an explosive young guard.  He had a putback and grabbed a couple other rebounds.  Tavon missed a three pointer on one of his few shot attempts.

St. Pat's

Paris Bennett (2009, 6-6 SF) committed to George Mason
Paris had a solid all around game.  The versatile forward opened by knocking down a deep jumper and followed that up with a transition finish.  Paris had a solid game on the boards on both ends.  He finished around the hoop on a few plays.  He dished off several nice passes too.  Paris ran the floor well and was pretty active.  If there's one thing that does hurt his game is that he plays with a lot of finesse and doesn't always take the ball strong to the goal.  This was evident on a few of his misses on the inside against the big and athletic Oak Hill frontline.  Paris played well in the tough loss though.

Chase Plummer (2010, 6-5 PF)
Chase made a few plays off the bench.  He hit a deep jumper and defensively took a charge.  His touches and minutes were limited though.


Darwin Ellis (2009, 5-9 PG) Committed to St. Francis (NY)
While this small guard didn't have a huge game, his quickness will certainly cause problem in the Northeast Conference.  Darwin can get into the lane in a hurry and changes directions well.  He did struggle finishing in this one and often threw up some difficult runners.  Darwin hit a three pointer, but was rather quiet from the perimeter too.  He did run the floor well and had a couple assists.

Shaquille Stokes (2011, 5-10 PG)
Shaquille is a quick guard who can run the floor or attack in the halfcourt.  He got into the lane off the dribble several times and finished at the rim.  Shaquille did hit a three pointer, but he airballed another from beyond the arc.  Defensively he  played the passing lanes and picked up several steals.

Hotchkiss School

Kellen Jones (2009, 6-1 PG)
Kellen is a quick point guard who can get into the lane.  He had a few nice drive and finish plays, including an old fashioned three point play.  He had a good pass after attacking on one play too.  Kellen knocked down a couple free throws.  He did struggle with his shot as he missed on several jumpers.


Aishon White (2010, 6-2 SG)
It was a tough day for this talented prospect.  Aishon is normally a pretty solid shooter, but in this one he missed jumper after jumper.  He did convert and old fashioned three point play late, but it wasn't enough in this loss.

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