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2019 Spring Exposure Tour Standouts | Connecticut & Northern Virginia

By Kaitlyn Fedor

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Mason Jackson

The 6’4 wing was impressive this weekend, showing off both his guard skills and ability to play inside. Defensively he did a good job using his length to guard the ball as well as block shots and make it tough for players to score at the rim. Mason has a lot of potential and with hard work the future could be bright.

Kevin Crawford 

Crawford a very athletic PG showed his leaping ability this weekend throwing down some highlight dunks. Only at 5’11 Crawford was getting to the rim and finishing over bigs with ease. Crawford also showed his court vision and had a couple of really nice passes to assist his teammates.

Timothy Selkridge

Tim is very good off the dribble especially in the open court. Can finish around the rim and surveys the court to find his open teammates. Reliable on both ends of the floor able to hit the open jumper and play solid defense.

Jahkai Pettway

Decent sized combo guard with a pretty good handle. With his size and athletic ability he was able to get into the lane and finish at the rim. 

James Kamich

Gets up and down the floor really well and was impressive on both offensive and defensive boards. Was able to grab rebounds and put anything around the basket away. Good hands and interior defender.

James Prescott

A physical lead guard who uses his explosive first step to create for others. Prescot did a great job controlling the pace of the game, scoring in spurts and defending at a high level.

 

Malik Holland

The long rangey wing from Oxon Hill impacted the game in a variety of ways. With a smooth stroke from three and an ability to finish in transition, Holland made his mark in each game.

 

Zak'Ken Saint- Jean

One of the most physically imposing players at NOVA, Zak'Ken Saint- Jean has a tight handle that helps him create physical drive to the rim. A scorer who can heat up fast, Zak'Ken Saint- Jean was toughest the match up at event.

 

Derrick Jones

College coaches could not stop talking about Jones on Sunday. With a wirery frame and unique blend of size and skill Jones not only scored the ball but seemed to guard everyone on the floor.

 

Tyler Coleman

A mobile big with soft hands, Coleman seems to have a tremendous upside. Scored on the block, ran the floor in transition and grabbed every rebound in his area. Expect to see big things from this forward in the future.

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