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Team 6 Coach: Joe Cassell #23:5’7 ’21 Kabe Ellis (Andrews, NC) Starting things off, we look at a player that continues to stand out with his leadership and sharp instincts, Kabe Ellis. He’s a smart, well-rounded point guard that offers an excellent blend of playmaking and three-level scoring. Ellis possesses great quickness and knows how to utilize it to enter the paint at a strong rate....read more
#11- 5’8 ’25 Eli Ellis- The strong-bodied guard was among the youngest players from the first set of games, but more than held his own. He’s a leader with a tight handle and strong two-way feel for the game. Ellis effortlessly creates scoring opportunities and has the three-level ability to apply constant pressure as a penetrator or shooting threat from the perimeter. He sees the floor well and...read more
Team 6 Coach: Dre Simmons #33: 5’7 ’21 Kabe Ellis (Andrews, NC) Starting things off, we look at a player that was among the most impressive playmakers on display, Kabe Ellis. He’s a somewhat small point guard prospect with incredible IQ and craftiness, which allows him to simply carve the opposition whenever he desires. Ellis takes care of the ball very well and sees the entire floor at...read more
The awards were given out for the top players at the camp. MVP, Mr. Playmaker, Mr. Hustle, Mr. Station and Mr. Defense were the awards given out. However, there were more than 5 players who really showed out. We want to shed light on all those who played well, provided our platform and their effort. Here are the next 5 up, the ones who just missed out on awards … 5’7” 2021 Kabe Ellis...read more
#152 6’4 2019 Colin Radcliffe: Richlands High School (NC) Radlciffe was absolutely unconscious in the first half, ringing in 23 points on 5/7 from deep, and he kept it up in the 2nd half, doing more work getting downhill and creating contact at the cup. He’s a no brainer scholarship level talent that should be a major priority for D2s looking for a high level wing to add to their...read more