Monday, November 11, 2013

MSE ATL Classic Basketball Camp Dec 21-22 2013 (Don't Miss It!!!)

Best Camp for Boy Basketball Players In 4th Through 8th Grade
Young talent such as class of 2019 Chris Harris Jr. from  Texas, class of 2020 Justin Powell from Kentucky, class of 2021 Kennedy Chandler from Memphis, TN and Georgia’s own class of 2020 Kyree Walker are some of the top names to highlight the showcase.

Click here to register (only six teams per grade) Space is limited.

Wednesday, August 17, 2011

MSE responds to CBS Sports

Let's look at the CBS Sports, Gary Parrish article 'Jerron Love is top 8th grader, says his dadposted on soon after the release of the Wall Street Journal publication by Scott Cacciola 'Can't Miss Basketball Prodigy- Just Ask Dad'

As founder of MSE I'm truly humbled. Thank you for your many blessings.  However, let's support all the players so they become prodigy's.

Gary Parrish gives credit to Mr. Cacciola for a great story and then offers this advice, "I would encourage every father of a young basketball player to read it (Can't Miss Basketball Prodigy -Just Ask Dad) because it's a nice guide to how not to handle a boy's amateur career."

I'm not offended nor is something wrong with what Mr. Parrish wrote. He actually touched on an interesting topic.

Mr. Parrish takes excerpts from WSJ , 'Can't Miss Basketball Prodigy- Just Ask Dad'.

"[The website] Middle School Elite celebrates Jerron Love as a 5-foot-7 playmaker and the country's top eighth-grader. His potential? Limitless. Just ask the guy who runs the site—his dad. "I'm the Wizard of Oz, the man behind the curtain," Jerry Love said.

I said, "I'm the Wizard of OZ, the man behind the curtain" jokingly to Scott when we met. But, Clark Francis is the Wizard of Oz behind the curtain.

Mr. Parrish says, "If  you didn't catch that, here's the deal: A man named Jerry Love started a website that ranks middle school basketball players, and he's declared his son, Jerron Love, the nation's top-ranked eighth-grade prospect.

You're correct, I ranked my son country's top 8th grader. Do you suppose he's No.50?

"This is ridiculous on lots of levels not the least of which is that his son is a 15-year-old eighth-grader and shorter than me"

You're saying Jerron's older than most 8th graders and has difficulty competing because, he's "shorter" than you (Mr. Parrish).

Size doesn't matter! It's absurd that there's hardly no on-line national representation for grammar school student-athletes.

Mr. Parrish continues "and it'll almost certainly do more harm than good."  In other words, "don't train too serious and definitely don't exploit it. Let us do it, if at all."

Mr. Parrish goes further, " Love is now a national name and not for good reasons."  We hope, Jerron Love, being a "national name" will inspire others to reach for their goals.

"He'll have incredible pressure on him throughout high school and most likely be a "failure" relative to the expectations his father has placed upon him."  "Failure" is an inability to perform. So you can't mean Jerron. Besides I never said Jerron was college basketball or NBA bound.

"And for what? Because the dad wanted to hype his son?" said Mr. Parrish.  Instead of the word "hype" I prefer "early exposure" to spare youngsters from showcasing in obscurity.

"Eighth-graders don't need hype. They need parents who love them and teach them and shield them from things like this."  I loved them, taught them and shielded them from the nasty politics of some youth scouting and ranking services. 

"If the kid's legitimate, we would've all found out in proper time." When exactly is the proper time?  We believe legitimacy is "emphasizing skills" as taught by James Naismith, who stood 5'10" 1/2.

"But nobody needed a website started by Jerry Love to tell us Jerron Love is the best from sea to shining sea."  I'd have to disagree, speaking for hundreds of thousands of readers following Middle School Elite. I believe we do more good than harm.

"Guess who needed it less than anybody? Jerron Love"  Really??  Now our struggle is for players like Demetrius Walker and Andre Allen.

"Make no mistake, I wish the kid luck. You call it "luck", I call it "life".

"But I'm not optimistic, and his father isn't helping.  Lastly, thanks Mr. Parrish for your pessimism. I'm pretty sure Jerron would be delighted to play you one-on-one. LoL

Stay tuned as we bring you remarks from ESPN Eamonn Brennan 'Today in Depressing Hoop News' concerning the WSJ article 'Can't Miss Basketball Prodigy-Just Ask Dad.'

Thursday, September 2, 2010

Middle School Elite: The First Website Ever Dedicated to Youth Bball!!!

ATTENTION: Check us out on our NEW website! and have joined to better present you in this wide world of basketball exposure. We thank all of our readers for helping our blog spot sky rocket, according to an invisible stat counter.

We appreciate the thousands of first time visitors and returning visitors looking for new and interesting articles posted on this site.

It's a pleasure keeping it real with you and nationally reporting on the many camps, tournaments, parents, JHS players, teams, coaches, scouts, basketball programs and directors, sports related companies, etc.

At the end of the day, we tell it like it is! 

New York City Invitational Tournament

Don't forget the NIT is President Day Weekend Feb.18th-20th. Coach Harge of the D1 All-Stars from California says, " I'm bringing my 6th & 7th grade team to the NIT." Coach Harge's son Damon Harge is considered the top player in the nation for the class of 2017. 

The Div 1 All-Stars took the Nike Tournament in Portland last Presidents day, but this coming holiday they plan to take the NIT 2011.The competing teams should make it further at AAU Nationals. Stay tuned for the confirmed list of 64 top teams from across the country that will "Battle In The City". 

The Site Will Officially Launch Next Week, it's under construction! Thanks for bearing with us.

Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Mei Lyn Baustista NYC Phenom!

Mei Lyn Baustista

How are you, big fan of the site, good look for the kids. 

I haven't seen any girls on the site and I think you should do a piece on mei lyn baustista, you can google her name and her video's will pop up. I don't know her personally, only coached against her, She is a rising 8th grader from queens who got skills and knowledge of the game beyond her years for boys and girls. She is also a great student I hear and just handles herself like a senior in high school. Give her some love, she deserves it, very hard worker.

Ronnelle Arciaga Adidas Jr. Phenom National Camp 2010

Ronnelle Arciaga California

Dear Middle School Elite,

This is RONNELLE “RJ” ARCIAGA I was at the PHENOM CAMP and I would like to let you know that I got ranked # 18 overall in the 7th grade division and # 3 as top point guards in the camp. I made the ALL-STAR TEAM as well. You probably didn’t hear about me that much at the camp and that’s the reason why people call me “THE QUIET STORM” because that’s how I am on the court. I just play the game! I am training really hard at this time to get ready to show my talent everywhere! It would be an honor to make it on middle school elite write ups!
Thank you for your time and I will see you soon!

Jervae Robinson Adidas Jr. Phenom National Camp 2010

Jervae Robinson Denver

Jervae Robinson, from Denver Colorado is a rising 7th grader ranked #23 overall and  #7, as WF at the Adidas Jr.Phenom Camp in California 2010. He's the #1 point guard and #3 overall player in the State of Colorado according to BAC Sports Magazine.

Robinson avoided turnovers and protected the rock. He plays good half-court offense and he's a play maker. He has nice form and arch on his jump shot.

Robinson drained two consecutive 3's from the top of the key. He gave his team a 1 point lead going into the final quarter. He's a floor general.

Stay tuned as we bring you more of Jervae Robinson and other top players at the Adidas Jr. Phenom Camp 2010.

Isaiah White Adidas Jr. Phenom National Camp 2010

 Isaiah White New Jersey

Good Morning,

Trying to see how do you go about doing write-ups on Middle School Ballers and what exposure events do you recommend. My son is Isaiah White, he is in the class of 2017, from Marlton, NJ, attended the Adidas Jr. phenom camp and finished ranked 16th at the 2-guard position, even though he played out of position the entire camp (played forward) led his team in rebounding.  He is a rising 6th grader and is one of the top rising 6th grade 2-guards (my opinion) in the south jersey area.


Mark A. White

Stay tuned, as we bring you more of Isaiah White and other top players at the Adidas Jr. Phenom Camp in California 2010.

John Lucas Midwest Invitational Camp Louisville Kentucky 2010

Ladies and gentlemen, The John Lucas Midwest Invitational Camp in Louisville, KY " has a chance to be one of the premier events of the entire year," wrote Clark Francis  on last week. Especially with John Lucas and Brian Merritt teaming up to give top athletes D1 high school and college exposure.

The top 8th,9th,10th & 11th grade players in the country will compete at the 'Hoops' gym in Kentucky. Scouting services: ESPNU and Hoop Scoop. 30 of the top players from across the country were selected from each class. 

"And who better to help Lucas run these events than Brian Merritt, whose resume includes working as the Director of Basketball Operations at the University of Louisville for three years under the tutorage of Rick Pitino, an assistant coach for a year at Hampton University, and an assistant coach at Texas A&M-Corpus Christi for the last three years? "- Clark Francis (Click here to read full article in the Members section.) 

Coaches can nominate a player by contacting Brian Merritt at 361-793-4482. Leave a message. Stay tuned as we bring you more of Clark Francis and his recap of the Great John Lucas Midwest Invitational 2010.

Malik Ellison KO Elite Camp Philly 2010

Malik Ellison Rising 8th

Malik Ellison from New Jersey put in work at the KO Elite Camp. His dad, Mr. Pervis coaches Team Final 13U and he's also a former NBA player. 

Malik Ellison has a high basketball IQ and good athleticism. Coach Pervis is 7ft , so expect his boy to shoot up out the roof. 

Stay tuned, as we bring you more of Malik Ellison and other top players at the KO Elite Camp 2010.

Monday, August 30, 2010

MVP Tony Toplyn, Tim Delaney & Horace Spencer KO Elite Camp Rising 8th & 9th graders 2010

MVP Tony Toplyn Philly Rising 9th

During the All-Star game, AL Rubin from Hoop Scoop sat court side with us at the media table; he saw Tony Toplyn coming from a mile away. Mr. Rubin said, "This kid can go!" At first we thought, maybe, Rubin's jumping the gun. 

But, all of a sudden Tony Toplyn went on a spurt with put-backs and rebounds. As Mr. Rubin began to keep mental stats on Toplyn, his domination became apparent. His exhibition earned him MVP honors and top player in the 2014/2015 division.

Tim Delaney Philly Rising 8th

Tim Delaney is a tough player with nice height and size. He uses a drop step in the paint for a post move. He also has a good mid-range jumper. Tim Delaney did his thing at the KO Elite Camp setting in Philly. Now, Delaney shifts focus to his AAU squad, Team Final as they attempt to take the NIT 2011.

Horace Spencer Philly Rising 8th

Horace Spencer, 6'8 rocks with 13U Philly Aztecs, they finished #4 at the D1 AAU nationals in Memphis, TN. He's very athletic, but must get more aggressive. Once Horace bball skills catch up to his height, he'll be an all around player. 

Stay tuned, as we bring you more of MVP Tony Toplyn, Tim Delaney, Horace Spencer and other top players at the KO Elite Camp 2010.

Saturday, August 28, 2010

MVP Atiba Taylor 10U Takeover Elite All-Star Game!

  Atiba Taylor

Atiba Taylor, AAU team Riverside Hawks defeated Gauchos for the championship title at the Takeover Elite tournament in Jersey City. 

Taylor, also won MVP of the Takover Elite All-Star game. Players were selected from some of the leagues participating teams.

Stay Tuned...

Raheim Burnett, RJ Cole & Brandon Anderson Class of 2016: KO Elite Camp Philly 2010

Raheim Burnett

Raheim Burnett did his thing in the All-Star game. He might've been the best defender in his division at camp. Though, Burnett was able to take Adam Perry out a scoring zone, he should of later pressed Joshua Sharkey, who stole the show and won MVP. Burnett is a multidimensional player with good upside.
Robert 'RJ' Cole

Robert RJ Cole plays on the FACES AAU team, and he knows basketball like the back of his hand. He's a smooth point guard with a fundamental game. He passes the rock to hot shooters and handles the pill to take defensive pressure off teammates. Cole plays calm under pressure and still shows good instincts.     
Brandon Anderson

Brandon Anderson played his role as a top team player. He kept his head up on fast breaks, looking for teammates to fill the lanes. If Anderson saw a defender loafing, he'd pass the ball quickly up court for easy buckets. We look forward to watching Anderson in more detail at the next KO Elite camp 2011. 

Wayne White and Family @ Adidas Jr. Phenom National Camp 2010

Wayne White Class 2016

Dear Middle School Elite,

Your website is a huge asset to young athletes. We like that your site highlights the athlete's interests on and off the court, which gives a well rounded picture of them.

It's a great thing you are doing for the future of these young men. By exposing the young athlete, this encourages them to continue to work hard.  

Keep up the positive work and keep bringing us more young stars!!

The White Family  

David Vasquez Adidas Jr. Phenom National Camp 2010

David Vasquez Oregon

David Vasquez was ranked #15 as a Wing Forward for the class of 2017 at the 2010 ADIDAS Jr. Phenom Camp in San Diego, California.

Vasquez thought he'd have had a better ranking as a point guard, his true position; he can't wait until next years camp to show he's a floor general.

He was featured on FOX 12 Oregon Sports Show
and is well known in the Northwest for his high basketball IQ & handles.

Vasquez works vary hard in school & on the court. He's on top of his game. Check out the You-Tube video of him Playing PG last spring for FAST 5th & RUN IT BACK SPORTS 8th Grade Team.

Keep a look out for David Vasquez, a true baller with D-1 ambitions!

Friday, August 27, 2010

Jerron Love Rank #1 7th Grade Player and Point Guard at KO Elite Camp Philly 2010

Chris McNeal Adidas Jr. Phenom National Camp 2010

 Chris McNeal Tennessee

Chris McNeal, 5'7", a rising 8th grader was ranked #10 overall and #2 in the 2 guard position at the Adidas Jr Phenom National Camp. 

It was Chris'  first appearance at the the Jr. Phenom, but expect to see him at the Phenom 150! He has a Great Basketball IQ, very unselfish, solid 2 point & 3 point range shooter, nice pull-up off dribble and floater in the paint. 

Chris is very physical on both ends of the court and gets to the hole when he wants to. Chris alternated positions playing as the point & the 2 and he played solid in both.  

Chris made his invitational camp debut this summer at the Adidas Deep South All-American camp in Baton Rouge, LA July 5-6, 2010, where he was the youngest player in attendance (turned 13 in May, 2010).

He was invited to attend the camp along with the selected 15 & up players of his AAU program-Memphis Magic Elite. 

McNeal held his own at the camp with the High School players and definitely belonged. With Chris' attitude, work ethic, and ability to play team ball, he will remain in the top of his class.

Stay tuned, as we bring you more of Chris McNeal and other top players at the Adidas Jr. Phenom Camp 2010.

Damon Harge 11 Year Old Hoop Phenom Cali

 Damon Harge

Damon Harge from California was ranked #1 and scored a record breaking 50 points at the Adidas Jr. Phenom Camp. Check out Harge's workout video, as he shows off his amazing bball skills. 

Also, Click here to see Damon Harge's action highlight reel of his performance at Adidas this summer. His dad, Damon Sr. is coach of D1 All-Stars and they've set their eyes on the NIT 2011.

Thursday, August 26, 2010

Troy Harper KO Elite Basketball Camp Philly 2010

 Troy Harper

Troy Harper, the rising 9th grader from Philly caught wind for a fast break dunk. He has NBA swagger and a good feel for the game.

He's a crafty point guard, who displayed some flashy moves. Once he enters high school, his height and athleticism will be a plus for him. 

Stay tuned, as we bring you more of Troy Harper and other top players at the KO Elite Camp in Philly 2010.

Star Watch Sports & Entertainment Group: Youth National Basketball Combine

Star Watch Sports & Entertainment Group is hosting a Youth National Basketball Combine Sept 11th & 12th at the Wayne PAL Center in Wayne, NJ. They’re testing and evaluating current 8th– 11th Grade Girls & Boys who are looking to become college basketball prospects.
The combines are run by top coaches and trainers, and are similar to the NBA Pre-Draft Combines for college players. 
All Players who attend will be ranked on the NY / NJ “Star Watch” List and have their profiles posted on the website. 
Plus, your information and combine results will be available for all Prep School & College Basketball Coaches, and to HS Basketball Recruiting Services.
Parents or Athletes may register via registration forms or online via (as of Aug. 18th). To register a group or team, or for additional information, call (845) 558- 9389 or email Ask for Carl Winfree, Founder.

Special Guests:Royal Ivey (NBA Player- Oklahoma City Thunder) & Paul Hoover (Pro Shot Shooting Systems) 
This will be the 1st of our 12 committed regional combines in USA.

Mike Jolaoso KO Elite Basketball Camp Philly 2010

Mike Jolaoso

Mike Jolaoso represented his hometown Philly, as a rising 8th grader. On defense, he slides his feet well and plays good ball-deny.

Jolaoso is a team oriented player, who's very competitive on this level. At the next KO Elite camp, we'll be taking a closer look at Jolaoso get busy.

Stay tuned, as we bring you more of Mike Jolaoso and other top players at the KO Elite Camp 2010.

MVP Joshua Sharkey KO Elite Basketball Camp Philly 2010

 MVP Joshua Sharkey

Joshua Sharkey from Philly is a rising 6th grader with crazy skills. He sees the play before it happens! He was clearly the top player in the class of 2017 at the KO Elite Camp.

He captured the popular Gold Ball and tickets to a Major League baseball game. He's a true point guard, who knows how to play 100%. Shorty deserves the crown.
Stay tuned, as we bring you more of Joshua Sharkey and other top players at the KO Elite Camp 2010. 

Wednesday, August 25, 2010

Wayne White KO Elite Basketball Camp Philly 2010

Wayne White Huntington, NY

Wayne white is hot on the camp circuit for the class of 2016. Two weeks ago, White got his feet wet and ranked #19 overall at the Adidas Jr. Phenom Camp in California.

This past weekend, he tested the waters again and was selected for the All-Star game at the KO Elite Camp in Philly. 

If Wayne continues to work on his athletic ability, toughness and fundamentals he'll be a great player.

Stay tuned,  as we bring you more of Wayne White and other top players at the KO Elite Camp in Philly 2010.

Mickey Dixon KO Elite Basketball Camp Philly 2010

 Mikey Dixon Delaware

Mikey Dixon is a rising 8th grader and a serious ball player. He dribbles the rock low to the floor, preventing defenders from swiping it. 

He's a talented point guard who plays with intensity. He has good court vision and knows how to run a team. 

Stay tuned, as we bring you more of Mikey Dixon and other top players at the KO Elite basketball Camp 2010.   

Lamar Kimble KO Elite Basketball Camp Philly 2010

Lamar Kimble Philly

This youngster is one of our best players in the graduating class of 2015. He has nice size and strength. He's able to play the 1 or 2 guard position. 

He plays superb defense and is very athletic. He can shoot the rock and score in multiple ways. He's definitely one of the top players in the nation.

Stay tuned, as we bring you more of Lamar Kimble and other top players at the KO Elite Camp 2010.

Zion Young "Lebron" Adidas Jr. Phenom National Camp 2010

Zion Young Chicago

Zion Young from Chicago played in the 6th grade division at the Adidas Phenom Camp in California. People told us that in Chi-Town, they call Zion "Young Lebron."

So, we watched his game to find out what exactly gave him such a reputation. Is it the shape of his body or his game dominance like Lebron James?

Young does have a nice frame and out muscled his man for space near the paint. He looks to  make strong moves to the basket or pull up for a jump shot in the lane.

However, he dominated physically and mentally. He showed that he's coachable and on top of his game. We can't wait to see Young "Lebron" again at the next Adidas Jr. Phenom Camp 2011.

Stay tuned, as we bring you more of Zion Young and other top players at the Adidas Jr. Phenom Camp in San Diego, California 2010.

Tuesday, August 24, 2010

Tywon Bressler KO Elite Basketball Camp Philly 2010

 Tywon Bressler Milwaukee

Tywon Bressler, a rising 8th grader from Wisconsin put in work as he played on a hurt foot. Injuries and re-ocurring aches & pains are common at exposure events, due to strenuous games. 

Still, Bressler competed his heart out. He played defense and offense very well. Bressler's a pass first point guard, who looks to get his teammates involved. 

Stay tuned, as we bring you more of Tywon Bressler and other top players at the KO Elite Basketball Camp 2010. 

Jaylin 'God Son' Fleming Middle School Elite 4 Life!

Jaylin Fleming

Jaylin Fleming is a top 6th grade player, not only in Chicago, but in the country. Fleming plays an uptempo game and makes excellent decisions in transition. 

Check out this exclusive video of Jaylin showing Middle School Elite some love at the Adidas Jr. Phenom Camp in California.

Stay tuned, as we bring you more of Jaylin Fleming on Middle School Elite. At the end of the day, we tell it like it is!

Daniel Venzant Adidas Jr. Phenom National Camp 2010

 #57 Daniel Venzant Texas

Daniel Venzant attended the 2010 Adidas Jr. Phenom National Camp in San Diego, CA. This was Daniel's 2nd year at the invite-only camp. 

He rank #8 at the Point Guard position, received Sportsmanship award, Hustle award and All Defenses Team award. He also, was selected for the All-Star game. There were over 120 Kids in the Class of 2016, lots of great talent!!!

Venzant plays basketball in Midland, Texas a place known for producing great football players, such as Cedric Benson of the Bengals and Roy Williams of the Cowboys to name a couple.

"We saw your web site and like what you are doing  for the kids out on the East Coast. Hope to get my son up that way soon so he can compete against the Best."- Eddie Venzant

Stay tuned, as we bring you more top players at the Adidas Phenom Camp in San Diego, California 2010.

Rip Engel KO Elite Basketball Camp Philly 2010

Rip Engel Philly

Rip Engel from Philly is a scrappy point guard who plays exceptional defense. He put up a bloody fight against some of the best offensive players in the nation. 

Engel also, has a great skill set. He's very aggressive on both ends of the floor.

We wish his pops, Mr. Engel a speedy recovery. He had a pretty bad bicycle accident. He suffered bruises on his face and lost several teeth. 

At the end, Rip proved to be built like his father, tough as nails. Look for him to be at the next KO Elite Camp. 

Stay tuned, as we bring you more of Rip Engel and other top players at the KO Elite Basketball Camp in Philly 2010.  

Jamal Whittlesey Delaware Top Big Man 10U

 Jamal Whittlesey Delaware

Jamal "BIGGEST BABY" Whittlesey

10 years old

He was TOO MUCH for 10U in 2010

Held his own when playing up at 11u

(10u) Teams leader in scoring

(10u) Teams leader in rebounding

(11u) Teams leader in rebounding

A double double threat EVERY game

The NIT, he'll be there, will you?

Monday, August 23, 2010

KO Elite Basketball Camp Philly 2010

Isaiah King, Jerron Love, Lamar Kimble, Malik Ellison, Trevaughn Wilkerson

The KO Elite Basketball Camp was an amazing success. Players from various states, 6th through 11th grade, packed the Competitive Edge Sports complex in King of Prussia, PA. 

Tony Sutton, the camps director put on a show, and so did many talented athletes in the gym. Coach Sutton introduced each player like a ring announcer at a boxing match.
The KO Elite Basketball event had a nice camp atmosphere. The bright lights, parents, coaches, media and scouts. For the boy's, they may have played the toughest bball of their life.

Stay tuned, as we bring you Non-Stop coverage of 6th,7th & 8th grade players at the KO Elite Basketball camp in Philly 2010.   

Takeover Elite Playoff Games Recap!

Saturday, August 21, 2010: The first game was Fastbreak vs. Long Island Lightning. Fastbreak won the game, 35 to 27. The top scorers were Judah McIntyre (Fastbreak) with 9 points and Marcus Jimenez (LI Lightning) with 8 points. Fastbreak advanced to the semi-finals to play Riverside Hawks at 4:00pm Sunday.

Playtime Panthers were defeated by Natural Ballers, 49 to 47. The top scorers were Justin Kea (Playtime) with 18 points and Keyshawn McMahon (Natural Ballers) with 20 points. The Natural Ballers advanced to the semi-finals to play Gauchos at 5:00pm on Sunday.

Sunday, August 22, 2010: The first game was Fastbreak against Riverside Hawks and it was a great game. They traded baskets for the entire game. The game was tied 37 to 37 with 10 seconds left in the game.

Camren Wynter went baseline on the left-hand side and won the game with a tear drop basket. The top scorers were Jahbril Price (Riverside Hawks) with 12 points and Kevin Greene (Fastbreak) who knocked down (3) 3-point shots and lead his team with 10 points.

The final score was Riverside 39 and Fastbreak 37. In the second game of the semi-finals, Natural Ballers were defeated by Gauchos. The score was 47 to 38. The top scorers were Jalen Lecque (Gauchos) with 14 points and Keyshawn McMahon (Natural Ballers) with 9 points.

Next Saturday, August 28, 2009 at 4:30pm, the championship game will be between Riverside Hawks and Gauchos. This is an ongoing rivalry. This game will be followed by the All-star game which consists of the top 24 kids in the league going head to head.

Friday, August 20, 2010

Eric "Easy" Ayala Delaware Rising 6th Grader

 Eric Ayala Delaware Royalty

Teams Leader in Scoring

Teams Leader in Assists

Makes the game look EASY

Absolutely doesn’t take it EASY on his opponents

Coming to a Middle School Elite showcase near you….

The NIT. He’ll be there, will you?