2013 Elite II All-Stars

Top 20 1Top 20 White All-Stars

NameHeightCity, StateSchoolGraduation Year
Bryan Rivers6-1West Windsor, N.J.Peddie School2014
Corey Henson6-2Hyattsville, Md.DeMatha High School2014
Timothy Bond6-5Baltimore, Md.City College High School2014
Seth Townes6-8Columbus, OhioNorthland High School2016
Diago Quinn6-8Lake Forest, Ill.Lake Forest Academy2015
Troy Harper6-1Philadelphia, Pa.Neumann Goretti2014
Darian Bryant6-4Washington, D.C.St. John's College2014
Basil Thompson6-6Philadelphia, Pa.Imhotep Charter2014
Rashard Kelly6-7Philadelphia, Pa.Hargrave Military2014
Horace Spencer6-8Warminster, Pa.William Tennent2015
Desi Rodriguez6-6Brooklyn, N.Y.Lincoln High School2014

Top 20 2Top 20 Blue All-Stars

NameHeightCity, StateSchoolGraduation Year
Jaylen Adams6-0Baltimore, Md.Mount St. Joseph2014
Byron Hawkins6-1Saxons River, Vt.Vermont Academy2015
Andrew Robinson6-4Silver Spring, Md.Springbook2014
Cameron Gregory6-8Alexandria, Va.St. Stephens/St. Agnes2014
Jonathan Nwankwo6-10Bronx, N.Y.Monsignor Scanlan2015
Kamau Stokes5-11Baltimore, Md.Dunbar High School2014
Isaiah Whitehead6-4Brooklyn, N.Y.Lincoln High School2014
Oscar Cabrera6-5Oakland Park, Fla.Rise Academy2014
Marial Shayok6-6Blairstown, N.J.Blair Academy2014
William Tchlengang6-8Fredricksburg, Va.Fredricksburg Christian2014
Isaiah Briscoe6-3Newark, N.J.St. Benedict's Prep2015

Top 20 White 100,  Top 20 Blue 97

In the final game of the second session of Elite camp, everyone in attendance was treated to a high-paced, high scoring game that ended with one shot.

With 4.8 seconds on the clock and the score tied at 97, 2013 guard Oscar Cabrera got the ball within shooting range and nailed a three-pointer as time expired, giving the Blue All-Star team a 100-97 victory over the White All-Stars.

“It feels great,” Cabrera said after his game-winning shot.” The whole camp has been a great experience for me and I’m thankful for being here.”

2014 guard Isaiah Whitehead came away with MVP honors, scoring a game-high 28 points for the victorious team. 2014 forward Desi Rodriguez, Whitehead’s teammate at Lincoln (N.Y.) High School, scored a team-high 17 points for the White All-Stars. –@AndrewKoob

east upperclass 1Senior White All-Stars

NameHeightCity, StateSchoolGraduation Year
Isiah Ice5-11New Rochelle, N.Y.Iona Prep2014
Jamil Hood6-1Albany, N.Y.Green Tech High School2014
Da'Jon Streeter6-3Philadelphia, Pa.Rise Academy2014
Tyrell Sturdivant6-6Chester, Pa.Chester High School2014
Kory Holden6-2Salisbury, Md.Bennett High School2014
Travis Cook6-3Middletown, N.Y.Middletown High School2014
Marques Townes6-3Metuchen, N.J. St. Joseph's Metuchen2014
Calvin Crawford6-7Oakdale, Conn.St. Thomas More2014
Matthew Klinewski6-8Voorhees, N.J.Eastern Regional2014
A.J. John6-7Santa Rosa, Calif.Maria Carrillo High School2014
Raven Owen, Jr.5-11Metuchen, N.J.St. Joseph's Metuchen2014
Ibrahima Camara6-9Baltimore, Md.St. Paul School2014

East Upper 2Senior Blue All-Stars

NameHeightCity, StateSchoolGraduation Year
Aaren Edmead5-11Deer Park, N.Y.Deer Park high School2014
Jammal Greenwood6-2Potomac, Md.Bullis2014
Kevin Seymour6-2 Blairstown, N.J.Blair Academy2014
Junior Saintel6-7Absecon, N.J.Holy Spirit2014
Emmitt Holt6-7Webster, N.Y.Webster Schroeder2014
Anthony Mosley6-1Hockessin, Del.Sanford High School2014
Johnnie Shuler6-0Washington, D.C.Theodore Roosevelt2014
Allen Costley6-4Baltimore, Md.Milford Military Academy2014
Jamal Custis6-5Philadelphia, Pa.Neumann Goretti2014
Jagan Mosely6-3Jersey City, N.J.St. Anthony's2016
Vincent Eze6-7Bethlehem, Pa.Notre Dame of Green Pond2014
Taurean Thompson6-8Jersey City, N.J. St. Anthony's2016

Senior Blue 81, Senior White 61

The Blue All-Stars controlled the game from start to finish as they routed the White All-Stars 81-61. Going 4-5 from three-point range, Kory Holden (Bennett, Md. 2014) had a field day shooting the ball as he finished the game with MVP honors.

“Playing with a whole new team different than the one that I’ve been playing with all week, I had to get a feel for everybody and see what I could do. I had to pick my spots found open one on the floor. I had a good point guard on my team that kept finding me when I was open so I kept letting it go,” Holden said about his performance.

Holden finished with a game-high 13 points, while the point guard that he was referring to, Raven Owens Jr. (St. Joseph’s Metuchen, N.J 2014) ended the outing with 11 points and four assists. Splitting point guard duties with Owens, Da’Ron Streeter (Rise Academy, Pa. 2014) compiled a nice game as well finishing with eight points and five assists.

Ibrahima Camara (St. Paul School, Md. 2014) was a strong presence for the White All-Stars as he finished with a near double-double eight points and 12 rebounds. –@CabWashington

NBA East Underclass 1Underclassmen White All-Stars

NameHeightCity, StateSchoolGraduation Year
Ahmad Harrison6-2Newark, N.J.East Side High School2015
Nyrique Smith6-2Arlington, Va.Bishop O'Connel2016
Justin Simon6-4Temecula Valley, Calif. Temecula Valley2015
Marquis Collins6-6Chester, Pa.Chester High School2016
John Sica6-7Delmar, N.Y.Bethlehem2015
Marcus Floyd5-10Malvern, Pa.Phelps2015
Caesar DeJesus6-2Teaneck, N.J.Teaneck High School2015
Myles Stephens6-4Wilmington, Del.St. Andrews2015
Lamar Stevens6-7Jenkintown, Pa.Abington Friends2016
Steven Enoch6-9Norwalk, Conn.Norwalk High School2015
Shakur Juiston6-6Irvington, N.J.Irvington High School2015
Jeantal Cylia6-6Boynton Beach, Fla.Lake Worth Christian2015

East underclass 2Underclassmen Blue All-Stars

NameHeightCity, StateSchoolGraduation Year
Donovan Wright6-5Blairstown, N.J.Blair Academy2015
Gemil Holbrook6-4Philadelphia, Pa.Roman Catholic2015
Ed Polite6-4Lehman, Md.DuVal2015
Patrick Andree6-7Lincroft, N.J.Christian Brothers Academy2016
Cameron Lewis6-7Buffalo, N.Y.Nicholas School2015
Alani Moore5-9Hyattsville, Md.DeMatha High School2016
Jair Bolden6-4West Chester, Pa.Westtown High School2016
Karl Charles6-4Somerset, N.J.Rutgers Prep2015
Kani Coles6-5Baltimore, Md.Edmondson Westside2015
Branden Aughburns6-8Milford, Conn.Canterbury Prep2015
Terrell Allen6-2Hyattsville, Md.DeMatha High School2015

Underclassmen White 73, Underclassmen Blue 67

In a game filled with plenty of three-point shots, the White All-Stars topped the Blue All-Stars 73-67 in the NBA East Underclassmen All-Star game.

2015 guard Terrell Allen led the way for the White All-Stars with a game-high 19 points, 12 of them coming off of shots from beyond the arc. The Blue All-Stars were paced by 2015 guard Marcus Floyd, who added 16 points in the losing effort.

MVP honors went to White All-Star guard Patrick Andree, who scored 10 points and consistently got his teammates involved with nice passes that led to high percentage shots. –@AndrewKoob

West 1NBA West White All-Stars

NameHeightCity, StateSchoolGraduation Year
Tyler Brecher6-3Naples, Fla.First Baptist Academy2014
Anthony Cadogan6-5Westbury, N.Y.Westbury High School2015
Mitch Pfeifer6-2Wales, Wis.Kettle Moraine2015
Marlon Adams6-3Middletown, N.Y.Middletown High School2015
Reggie Rouse5-9Baltimore, Md.Calvert Hall2015
Michael Fields5-9Fresh Meadows, N.Y.St. Francis Prep2014
Trey Johnson6-2Fairfax, Va.WT Woodson2015
Shyler Ringgold6-5Wilmington, Del.Delcastle2014
Ted Stavetski6-4Haddonfield, N.J.Haddonfield Memorial2014
Franklin Webb6-0Baltimore, Md.Mt. Carmel2015
Grayson Midull6-3Glen Allen, Va.Glen Allen High School2015
Jason Jolly5-5Chesapeake, Va.Stonebridge2015

West 2NBA West Blue All-Stars

NameHeightCity, StateSchoolGraduation Year
Jesse Case5-11Leesburg, Va.Heritage2015
Braxton Nappier5-8Antioch, Tenn.Lighthouse Christian 2015
Aubrey Allen6-3Georgetown, Del.Sussex Tech2015
Malik Brown6-3Waldorf, Md.North Point2016
Brandon Simmons6-7New York, N.Y.St. Agnes 2014
Eric Dunbar5-7Arlington, Va.Bishop O'Connell2015
Anthony Tate5-11Takokma Park, Md.Takoma Academy2015
Umar Saaba6-2Philadelphia, Pa.Boys Latin2015
Rachid Shimou6-2 Piscataway, N.J.Piscataway High School2014
Mat Sulda6-0Easthampton, Mass.Williston Northampton2014
Chiamaka Browne6-3Syracuse, N.Y.Syracuse Academy of Science2014
James Smith5-11Hillsborough, N.J.Hillsborough High School2014

NBA West White 55, NBA West Blue 54
Reggie Rouse’s 3-pointer with 25 seconds to play lifted the NBA West Blue All-Stars to a 55-54 win over the NBA West White All-Stars on the final day of Elite II at Albright College.

Rouse (Calvert Hall (Md.)/5-9/ 2015) finished with five points.

Leading the way for the White team was game MVP Franklin Webb (Mt. Carmel (Md.)/ 6-0/ 2015). Webb scored a game high 15-points and his shooting and play-making was complemented by the post play of Anthony Cadogan (Westbury (N.Y.)/ 6-5/ 2015).

“It feels great (to win the game),” Webb said. “we played hard, like we had a chip on our shoulder. It was just great competition all week.”

Rachid Shimou (Piscataway (N.J.) High School/ 6-2/ 2014) scored 10 points for the Blue team. –@pfebbraro

NCAA allstars 1NCAA White All-Stars

NameHeightCity, StateSchoolGraduation Year
Vaughn Covington6-1Philadelphia, Pa.Neumann Goretti2016
DeVante Cross6-1Allentown, Pa.Parkland High School2016
Breein Tyre5-8Metuchen, N.J.St. Joseph's Metuchen2016
Bruce Moore, Jr.6-5Owings Mills, Md.McDonogh School2016
Zane Martin6-0Philadelphia, Pa.Neumann Goretti2016
Elijah Miller 5-11Etobicoke, CanadaRichview Collegiate2016
Kyle Elliott6-1Roselle, N.J.Roselle Catholic2016
Jamal Wright5-9Potomac, Md. Bullis2016
Gianni Ford6-0Brooklyn, N.Y.Boys & Girls High School2016
Tareq Coburn6-2 Bayside, N.Y.Cardozo High School2016
Jake O'Neill6-9Richland, N.J.St. Augustine's2016

NCAA Allstars 2NCAA Blue All-Stars

NameHeightCity, StateSchoolGraduation Year
I'Javion Ivory6-1Pemberton, N.J.Pemberton2016
Darin Gordon6-2Spring Grove, Pa.Spring Grove High School2016
Tyrae Johnson 5-11Pemberton, N.J.Pemberton High School2016
Curtis Williams6-1Olney, Md.Good Counsel2016
Derek Coleman6-0Upper Marlboro, Md.Henry Wise2016
Devon Goodman5-8Fort Washington, Pa.Germantown Academy2016
Isiah Jennings5-11Allentown, Pa.Lehigh Valley Academy2016
Emmaunuel Chukwu6-9Bronx, N.Y.Monsignor Scanlan2016
Kaleb Bishop6-5Jersey City, N.J.St. Peter's Prep2016
Alphonso Gee5-10Paterson, N.J.Paterson Kennedy2016

NCAA Blue  83, NCAA White 60

The exhibition matchup between the top players in the NCAA division was one-sided with the Blue All-Stars coming out on top. The Blue All-Star onslaught was led by game MVP Kaleb Bishop (St. Peter’s Prep N.J. 2016) who tallied 19 points and eight rebounds.

“I feel as though I could have been able to play in the older divisions, but I was glad that I was able to spend this week polishing my skills and improving on things that I’ve wanted to work on.”

Bruce Moore Jr. put out a solid performance for the White All-Stars finishing with eight points and 11 rebounds. –@CabWashington


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