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War Before The Storm Standouts – 17U

24′ F Robert Miller III – TJ Ford Elite / Pasadena Memorial (TX): Following a strong performance at Opening Day, Miller’s play continued at a very high level in this event as well. Stylistically he adopted a different approach offensively and found himself more efficiently putting up points. Opting for open 3s and/or driving all […]

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Prime Event Texas Standouts – 15U/16U

25′ G Sania Richardson – Cy Fair EYBL / Ada (OK): Richardson came out swinging in this event and backed it up by firing on all cylinders. She set the tone on the offensive end knocking down 3s, aggressively driving to the bucket and creating scoring chances for her teammates. Most of all she was […]

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Prime Event Texas Standouts – 17U

24′ G Rian Forestier – SA Finest 3SSB / Brandeis (TX): Forestier is now the ‘vet’ on a strong SA Finest squad and she led by example with her play at both ends of the floor. Consistent perimeter shot-making, especially in the corners, contributed to reliable offensive production over the weekend. However, she was able […]

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TB5Reports Opening Day Standouts – 17U

24′ F Robert Miller III – Team Ford / Pasadena Memorial (TX): There wasn’t a lot Miller couldn’t do this weekend. The 6’10” forward calmly knocked down pull-up 3s, crossed-over defenders before attacking the rim, contesting shots in the paint and also erased numerous attempts altogether. Already in with notable HM offers, expect his name […]

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TB5Reports Opening Day Standouts – 16U

25′ G Bryson Wheatfall – Houston Defenders UAA / Summer Creek (TX): One of the most efficient scoring threats, Wheatfall was poised in his approach to shot selection. He moved defenders OTD with pace and stayed patient to get to his spots before making his opportunities count. He also showcased his explosive presence on the […]

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“If you’re afraid to fail, then you’re probably going to fail.” – Kobe Bryant
“Don’t get too low when things go wrong and don’t get too high when things are good” – Robert Parish