Posted On: 03/31/21 3:27 PM

Manheim, PA- The A-Game Super Shootout was filled with talent as teams were fighting for chances to take home the division title. Players showed their toughness and grit, along with their talent throughout the weekend. Here are the grinding guards and forwards that helped out their teams during the A-Game Super Shootout.

Joshua Powell Joshua Powell 6'3" | WF NY / NY Lightning/ Class of 2026

The 2026 NY Lightning team fell in the 7th grade platinum quarterfinals, but Powell showed out in the loss. The 6’5 wing was tough to keep off the glass as he ripped down several offensive rebounds. Powell was able to finish through contact around the basket and has a nice release on his free throws. He can handle the ball on the perimeter and has the ability to defend multiple positions on the floor. Powell’s ability to bring it on both ends of the floor makes him a prospect to watch in the 2026 class.


Giovanni Moran/ Riverside Hawks/ Class of 2027

The Riverside Hawks had a tough game against WER1 Future, but Moran was still able to make

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