The NY2LA Basketball Association platform has seen excellent growth in two years from both a quality team side as well as additional prospects.  This year’s association has already had three players receive invitations to the prestigious NBPA Top 100 Camp along with a host of others collecting offers and interest from colleges at multiple levels.  With the July evaluation period weeks away, we continue our look back at standouts from the spring who continued to take big steps forward in their progression.  That being said here’s a look at the 2017 NY2LA Basketball Association All-Spring 3rd Team Selections based on their performances during the first couple sessions this year…

SEE ALSO
2017 NY2LA BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION ALL-SPRING 1ST TEAM
2017 NY2LA BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION ALL-SPRING 2ND TEAM

2017 NY2LA BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION ALL-SPRING 3RD TEAM SELECTIONS
(Note – Listed in Alphabetical Order)
DESI CARTON – 2019 – PG – QUAD CITY ELITE
A skilled and talented guard, Carton was exceptional at times this spring as he powered a very talented Quad City Elite 16U team to a stellar 7-1 mark through the first two session.  Carton has instincts, size, feel, the ability to score at multiple levels, and he brings solid leadership to the hardwood.  A potential high major caliber guard with a nice ceiling, Carton was impressive this spring.

MARCUS DOMASK – 2019 – G/F – RAY ALLEN SELECT
A skilled wing who can finish at each level, Domask plays efficiently and makes it look easy on occasion.  He attacks the glass, scores in transition, can come off screens and knock down the jumper, and he has shown an improved ability to put the ball on the floor and score through traffic.  He uses both hands well offensively, he makes good decisions, and overall he does whatever is asked of him at an efficiently productive level.  Already holding a number of Division 1 offers, Domask continues to quietly evolve into a strong prospect with multiple schools on his recruiting trail. 

MATT MIMS – 2018 – PG – MARTIN BROTHERS SELECT
Another below the radar talent who excelled at times this spring, Mims was among the league leaders in Floor Impact (26 FIPG) based off quality floor production to the tune of 16 points, 4 plus rebounds, 1 steal, and a league leading 5 assists per contests.  He made solid decisions throughout the spring and found ways to contribute scoring, defending, and creating consistently.

DONOVAN MOORE – 2019 – G – ILLINOIS IRISH ELITE
Another extremely talented young guard who holds Division 1 offers already, Moore is a potential high major caliber talent who can take over the game on occasion with his scoring and playmaking.  He finishes at each level, he can defend, he can blow by you off the bounce, and he’s continued to develop his decision making and ability to create.  Physically he passes the look test on the hardwood and skill wise he’s much of the same.  An impressive high caliber guard who’s just scratching the surface of his potential.

ETHAN SCHUEMER – 2018 – PF – MERCURY ELITE THOMAS
A powerful young bull in the paint, Schuemer just produces whenever he’s on the hardwood.  A blue collar talent who was among the league leaders in overall Floor Impact (23.88 FIPG), Schuemer averaged close to 16 points a game while finishing at a near 62 percent clip.  Add 6 rebounds a contest and contributions in other area and it’s easy to see why his team wrapped the spring with a stellar 8-1 mark.  He competes, he plays hard, and he produces game in and game out.  A strong spring effort for the 2018 big man.

Stay tuned to NY2LABASKETBALL.COM for complete coverage of the 2017 NY2LA Basketball Association this summer…