Cam Parada, AC Georgia 16U
Parada has the reputation of a guy that is a knock down three-point shooter. You can tell from all of the screaming of "Shooter!" when he touches the ball. Despite the reputation and being played as a pure shooter, he is still able to find success from beyond the three point line. He's one of the best pure shooters regardless of class in the Peach.
Austen Colton, Newnan Elite 17U
Colton made 12 threes in three games and was the top three point shooter in terms of makes per game in the 17U division. He exploded for one huge performance, scoring 30 points and knocking down nine threes on Saturday afternoon. He's a great scorer from the perimeter and is consistently among the top scorers and shooters on our stage.
Jacob Sterck, Georgia Stars 17U
Sterck's shooting was an important part of the Stars' run and eventual championship. He is a floor stretcher with range well beyond the three-point line and that ability to knock down shots also creates space for his teammates to get to the rim. He made 13 threes at an average of 3.3 per game and did a majority of his scoring from deep.
Max Skidmore, Atlanta Timberwolves 16U
Skidmore is such an impressive scorer overall, but what he did on the weekend from three was certainly notable. He averaged over 21 points per game and made 15 threes in three games, which was the highest average in the 16U division. He has a great lefty shooting stroke and his ability to shoot makes him even more dangerous off the dribble.
Jonathan Waters, AC Georgia Select 17U
Waters is a specialist who knows what he is on the floor to do, and that is to knock down shots. He hit ten threes in three games over the weekend and is a deadly catch-and-shoot threat from the perimeter. His ability to shoot creates space for the AC Georgia Select offense.