Evan Eursher, EAB Tennessee 3SSB (pictured)
Eursher was Mr. Consistent for EAB this weekend, scoring the ball well from the perimeter in every game. He's a very good three-point shooter and made close to four threes per game for the weekend. He possesses a lot of quickness which allows him to beat defenders off the bounce as well as pressure the ball on the other end. He was very reliable on both ends all weekend.
Paul Lunguana, Team Dickerson
Lunguana's relentless motor was running hot all weekend and allowed him to cause chaos for opposing offenses as well as get in transition for buckets in the open floor. He has a ton of versatility on the wing and can guard multiple positions and he shined pressuring the ball full court. He's a good athlete and can make some big time finishes above the rim.
Will Shaver, Pro One
Once again, Shaver showed a high level of skill both inside and out. He's become a threat from every level of the floor and shot the ball well on the weekend from three. When he catches the ball on the block or in the mid-post he has a variety of both face-up and back-to-the-basket moves that he can employ to get buckets on the interior. His size is also a lot to handle for opposing teams and he got to the line a lot this weekend as well.
Kyle Keener, Georgia Legacy
Keener was the last part of Georgia Legacy's big three, averaging over 16 points per game on the weekend. His big moment came in the opening round, where he hit the game winning four-point play in the final seconds. He's a very reliable ball handler and can make good reads and set the table for the offense. He played with more freedom this weekend than we've seen in the past and looked good doing it.