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2018 Future All-American Middle School Standouts Day 2

By Kaitlyn Fedor

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Austin Spencer (2024): Versatile player who controls the tempo of the game with his shooting. Being able to finish from all three levels, Spencer came up big for his team. He was able to slow down the play, knocking down from the outside and pick it up by make the defense scramble on the drive inside. 

Kane Woodland (2024): 4’10 point guard with good court vision and execution. Can shoot the ball well and make key passes to contribute for his team.Shows a lot of potential to play the 1.

Jaryn Aguiar (2024, Danbury CT): Aguiar had an impressive afternoon set. Up in a close battle, Aguiar went 1-2 on the line but grabbed his missed free throw and putting it back up to secure the win for his team. The 5’2 guard is a hard worker who can get to the rim and finish with ease. Aguiar might have found his clutch gene today!

Charnez Perkins Jr. (2024): In Perkins afternoon set he made an offensive impact for his team. Driving for a layup and knocking down big shots got his team the win. Lightning quick and hustles hard, the 5’2 guard impressed on day 2.

Zane Adnan (2023, Silverspring MD): leading his team to a nice undefeated start, the 2023 big man scores the ball at will. Utilizing his size effectively allows for him to get to the rim with ease. He contributed a lot of key points in his team’s close win in their afternoon set.

Amari Freeman (2024): the 5’6 big man had a phenomenal afternoon set. Unfortunately his team would come up short, but the guy played a big roll in keeping it a game. He led his team to mount a 20 point come back behind some excellent defense and tough shots. He would hit a nice fadeaway jumper to bring them within 2. A great showing from the 2024 big man.

William Patterson (2023, Jersey City NJ): standing at 6’9 he is a man among kids. The big mans length and size make him an unstoppable force in the paint. He bullies his way to the basket and finishes at will. His size also makes him a great defensive presence in the paint and a blocking machine. Good showing from Patterson in his Day 2 sets.

Christian Pierre-Louis (2023, Union NJ): The 5’10 forward displayed tremendous ability to move quickly despite his size. Pierre-Louis is a defensive machine, making key stops and pick pocketing kids left and right. The 2023 forward excels on transition to put up points for his team as well as being able penetrate the lane and attack the rim. Look out for this kid in he future.

Darrius Phillips (2023, West Orange NJ): a 6’3 big man who is a blocking machine. In his afternoon game set he made everyone come to the realization no one was gonna score on him. Protects the rim with his life and displayed good post moves and footwork on offense to score some easy points. His athleticism helped him on he boards grabbing everything in sight. Big contributor to his team on Day 2.

Walt Andrews (2023, Hartford CT): Andrews shined in transition and on defense. Taking off to get the easy points or make a pass up court to do it for his team. The opposing team could not find an answer for him as he made stealing the ball from them look so easy. Stellar defense and a hard working mentality helped this player to shine on Day 2!