There were plenty of picks for the top performers and prospects from last weekend's Wallace Prather Memorial Classic from the class of 2010. Once again, the underclassmen shined bright at a big, national event.
Taylor showed a lot of heart on championship Sunday. He played a majority of the three overtime games his team competed in over a six-hour stretch and when the game was on the line, he stepped up in the clutch.
Taylor scored big buckets in the extra period and helped seal the win in a tough game against the Jacksonville Lee Bulls.
Jackson has similar qualities to 2009 scoring stud Kenny Boynton. Both are smaller guards with big-time ability to put the ball in the basket.
Jackson played bigger than his 5-foot-11 size and shot at the top of his explosive jumper. He's a good passer to boot and a major competitor. He didn't back down in his big match-up against Boynton and Knight of Team Breakdown.
There was a lot of commotion in the very back corner of the spacious Campus Recreation Center building on Sunday afternoon. The reason? It was Weatherspoon bending the rims in the 15 and under championship game.
The 6-foot-6 forward dominated on the big stage and there was not a player on the floor that could stop his athleticism and strength in the paint.