PHENOMNATIONHOOPS.COM - 2011 ALL-JR BOC TEAMS - FUTURE STARS DIVISION
Antonio Curro — NATIONAL RECRUITING DIRECTOR - NY2LASPORTS.COM
A hungry group of young middle school prospects hit the courts in Wisconsin last month for the inaugural Junior Breakfast of Champions League where players like 2018 F/C Brunard Williams delivered strong all around performances this fall. We wrap our coverage of the 2011 JR BOC League today with our All-JR BOC team for the Future Stars Division…
FUTURE STARS DIVISION
CO-M.V.P. – GEORGE DIXON – 2017 – F
CO-M.V.P. - BRUNARD WILLIAMS - 2018 - F/C
KEISEAN COLE – 2017 – F
Stat Line – 14.4 PPG 2.4 APG 7.2 RPG 2.2 SPG .8 BPG 27.0 FI 9.8 MPG 12.2 EPG
Was solid every week with his efficiency, his ability to knock down shots, etc. Showed solid range, nice instincts, and was active on the glass as well. A solid performance this fall.
GEORGE DIXON – 2017 – F
Stat Line – 14.0 PPG 1.2 APG 12.4 RPG 3.0 SPG 1.2 BPG 31.8 FI 14.6 MPG 13.3 EPG
Led his team to the division championship with an exceptional final weekend effort. Was dominant on the glass, active on the defensive end, scored with consistency, and delivered quality floor efforts that were productive and efficient in the same sense. Excellent all around effort this fall.
DAMON JACKSON – 2017 – PG
Stat Line – 7.8 PPG 2.8 APG 6.3 RPG 3.3 SPG .5 BPG 20.5 FI 8.0 MPG 2.3 EPG
Showed flashes of dominant potential and brought excellent activity to both ends of the floor each week. Scored off the bounce, showed decent range, made some solid passes, attacked the glass, and was active on the defensive end of the floor. A nice solid all around effort in terms of his floor production.
ANDREW LEWIS – 2017 – G/F
Stat Line – 13.0 PPG 1.8 APG 4.4 RPG 1.2 SPG .6 BPG 21.0 FI 4.8 MPG 3.0 EPG
Delivered his biggest effort during week 3 but overall he showed a versatile offensive package that included an ability to score off the bounce, knock down perimeter shots, etc. Was active at times on the glass and overall looked the part of a solid young wing on the rise.
BRUNARD WILLIAMS – 2018 – F/C
Stat Line – 13.0 PPG 1.8 APG 13.5 RPG 2.0 SPG 1.0 BPG 31.3 FI 15.8 MPG 12.3 EPG
Was absolutely spectacular the final week as he led his team into the championship game before falling to a team led by George Dixon. Rebounded from a slow start this fall to deliver a couple of huge efforts where he attacked the glass, dominated the paint, showed solid playmaking potential, etc. An excellent effort for a prospect with tremendous upside if he continues to grow and develop in the coming years. Great job.
BLAINE BAYER – 2017 - PG
RALEN BROWN – 2017 – F
CHRISTIAN GERNER – 2016 - PG
JUSTIN GRUBER – 2017 - PG
TYRESE HALIBURTON – 2018 – PG
TYLER HERRO – 2017 – G
JORDAN JOHNSON – 2017 - PG
SULLIVAN KULJU – 2017 PF
ISAIAH MCCLOUD – 2018 - PG
AKEIR MCKINNEY – 2018 – PG
QUINCY MINOR JR. – 2018 – PG
JAYLIN SCOTT – 2018 – PG
JORDAN SMITH – 2017 - F
JEROME STOVALL – 2017 – G/F
JOEY ZIETLOW – 2017 - G
Note: Antonio Curro is the National Recruiting Editor for NY2LASPORTS.COM, GENERATIONNEXBASKETBALL.COM and 414HOOPS.COM. He is also a national consultant for ESPNU and the HOOPSCOOP.