Endless Motor Sports was on site in Hampton to witness 2017 post Xavier Tillman (Indy Heat) have a dominant weekend during EYBL session 3. The 6’9 post averaged 15.8 points, 9.4 rebounds, and 1.5 blocks per game on an efficient 60% from the field in helping Indy Heat to a 3-1 record over the weekend. Tillman displayed his usual tenacity on the glass and finished in the paint with regularity, but it was his back to the basket game that truly stood out, as Xavier was able to keep defenders off balance with advanced footwork and an array of shot fakes. See below for highlights
Brandon Johns is an elite student-athlete currently attending East Lansing High School in East Lansing, Michigan. The 6’7 wing is one of the most versatile players in the entire country, currently ranked the #21 player for the class of 2018 per Rivals. Johns is the rare player that possesses the size of a post player, while having the skills of a guard. Only a sophomore, Brandon already has range that extends to NBA three distance, while also having the ability to create his own shot off the dribble or finish at the rim using his athleticism and size. College coaches are vying for the talented sophomore that has displayed elite ability while playing up a year for the 17u Indy Heat AAU club on the EYBL circuit this spring.
Ayo Dosunmu is an elite student-athlete in the class of 2018 currently attending Morgan Park in Chicago, Illinois. After torching the 16U EYBL circuit with Mac Irvin, Dosunmu now runs with the 17s and his stellar play in his first weekend of action has the attention of high major coaches. Averaging, 16 ppg on 49 FG%, 56 3PT%, 4.8 rpg, and 3 apg through 4 games, the 6’3″ guard is well on his way to vaulting past his 3 star ranking across the various recruiting outlets. On the hardwood, Ayo is known for his athleticism, length,and feel but off the court, he is a diligent student with aspirations of obtaining a bachelors degree in communications.
David DeJulius is an elite student-athlete that plays on the prestigious EYBL circuit for The Family AAU club. Currently attending school in Detroit, David will decide his High School destination for the 2016-2017 year in the coming weeks. The 6’1 point guard is one of the most productive sophomores in the entire Midwest, and although DeJulius is not currently ranked, that is certain to change as David has played consistently well this spring on the AAU circuit. Although David is best known for his ability to penetrate a defense using his tight handle to create for himself and teammates, he is also an honor-roll student that holds down a 3.9 GPA.
Will Dillard is an elite student-athlete currently attending Greensboro Day School in Greensboro, North Carolina. The 6’3 combo guard is one of the most sought after perimeter players in the entire country, currently ranked the #63 player for the class of 2018 per 247Sports. Dillard has the rare combination of elite athleticism, good ballhandling, and non-stop energy that make the electrifying guard a very hot commodity for college coaches across the nation.
Zack Dawson is an elite student-athlete currently attending South Miami Senior in Miami, Florida. Currently averaging 13 ppg on 42 FG%, 3.2 rpg, 4.1 apg/1.4 tpg, and 1.4 spg for Nike South Beach on the EYBL circuit, the 6’3 point guard is wowing spectators and coaches with his feel out of pick and roll, athleticism, and care of the ball. Ranked #66 for the class of 2017 per 247Sports, Dawson is sure to continue his rise up the ranking this summer as he leads his Nike South Beach team to Peach Jam.
Endless Motor Sports was on site in Hampton to witness 2017 wing Greg Elliott (The Family/East English Village) continue his breakout on the national scene for EYBL session 3. The 6’4 wing averaged 11.5 points, 2.5 assists, 2.5 rebounds, and 1 steal per game over the weekend. Elliott displayed his trademark lockdown defense, but the flashes of creating off the dribble truly impressed, as Greg was able to knock down shots from distance and get to the free thrown line off the bounce. See below for highlights
Endless Motor Sports was on site in Hampton to witness 2017 small forward Abu Kigab (Oakland Soliders/#135 nationally per Rivals) continue his breakout on the national scene for EYBL session 3. The 6’7 wing averaged 11.5 points, 5.8 rebounds, 1.3 blocks and 1 steal per game over the weekend in helping the Soldiers earn 2 victories. Kigab displayed his typical non-stop energy on the glass, but it was his ability to attack the rim in both the half court and transition that truly stood out, as Abu was able to finish through contact over defenders using his athleticism and strength in addition to beating defenders down the floor with the ball in his hands. See below for highlights.
Endless Motor Sports was on site in Hampton to witness 2018 5 star small forward Cameron Reddish (Team Final/Westtown School) continue his strong play on the AAU circuit in Hampton for EYBL session 3. The 6’8 wing averaged 12.8 points, 5.8 rebounds, and 2 assists per game over the weekend in helping Team Final to a 3-1 record. Reddish displayed his pure stroke from distance, but it was his ability to finish through contact in the paint that truly stood out, as Cameron was able to convert an array of shots over defenders using his elite athleticism and body control. See Below for highlights.
Thomas Kithier is an elite student-athlete currently attending Dakota High School in Macomb, Michigan. Running with The Family’s 17 and 16u teams on the EYBL circuit, the 6’8″ forward displays the inside-outside ability and high skill level coveted at the forward spot in the modern game by coaches today. A member of the class of 2018, Thomas is sure to rise up the rankings with his blend of shooting, rebounding, and ball skills. Not just an athlete, Kithier is an excellent student who maintains a 3.48 GPA.