The talent at Future Stars Classic ran deep! If you don’t think spotting talent in 11 U and 12 U is possible – you didn’t see this group compete. There were a lot of competitive athletes showing very promising skills…
The talent at Future Stars Classic ran deep!
If you don’t think spotting talent in 11 U and 12 U is possible – you didn’t see this group compete. There were a lot of competitive athletes showing very promising skills for their teams. GCG Milwaukee 2029 took home the Future Stars Classic Championship Title!
Take a look at players that were turning heads in the younger Divisions.
Robert Plump III I TCDA Basketball
Plump III created shots for himself with ease. He had the ball on a string and proved to have great ball security. Plump III has impressive instincts – he has that “Coach on the floor” mentality that makes himself and his teammates compete hard.
Taylor Williamson I 12 Deep
Williamson is a lightning quick guard who pushes the pace exceptionally well for 12 Deep. His change of tempo makes him a tough cover – he’s patient with the ball but has the ability to fly by his opponent at any moment. His quick first step left him room to shoot it from range all weekend as well.
Trenton Cason I GCG
Cason is a big guard who is light on his feet. His first step and ability to absorb contact made him a match-up nightmare. The GCG guard was able to get downhill with ease and convert and-ones. I was impressed with this footwork and balance on both ends of the court. His pace and tempo played a major role in GCG Milwaukee’s offensive success. He was a major contributor in their Championship run.
JuJu Leach | GCG Milwaukee
JuJu’s handles stuck out immediately – he’s crafty and has an advanced bag of dribble moves to create his shot behind the perimeter. He displayed a steady hesitation and crossover that had him flying by defenders. Not afraid to attack the contact either, he’s fun to watch!
Dominic Eubanks Jr I TCDA Basketball
Eubanks is a combo guard who has gained the identity of a floor leader. His communication with his teammates from the bench and the floor is noticeably impressive, it speaks to the IQ and awareness he is developing for the game. His hustle and selflessness resulted in making his teammates around him better. Eubanks was effective wherever he was positioned on the floor.
Jayden Phillips I WI Elite
Phillips is a three level scorer and play-maker at the helm. His ability to break down his defender and draw two this weekend was impressive. His athleticism kept him moving the entire game – Phillips did not take plays off. Offensively, his constant attack at the basket and shot making ability from range made for an outstanding performance.