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RYZE on the Road Warner Robins Top Performers

LJ Morgan, Georgia Stars Terry

Morgan has a really high skill level combined with the size to make him one of the players in South Georgia ghat college programs need to become more familiar with. He played both spots in the backcourt this weekend and showed that his scoring and playmaking are very high level. He can score the ball from every level of the floor and has a smoothness to his game with the ball in his hands. He's also a very good passer with vision and the willingness to make tough passes to teammates for scoring chances.

Will Dopfer, Atlanta Allstars

Plain and simple: Dopfer was the alpha dog in the gym this weekend. His toughness and motor shined and made him very productive scoring, on the glass, and blocking shots. He looked like he was on a mission to prove he was the best player on any floor he stepped on this weekend, and it showed. Teams could not keep him off the glass on both ends and he scored it around the rim whenever he wanted to.

Frankie Raines, Macon Mavs

Raines was a top performer a year ago at our event in Warner Robins, and he showed his abilities again this weekend. He has natural scoring instincts and can do it from every level of the floor. His scoring and playmaking helped lead the Mavs to the 17U championship and he was consistently a threat to put a big number on the scoresheet.

Allen Willock, Atlanta Xpress Gold

Willock showed the ability to do a little bit of everything this weekend. He plays with high energy on both ends of the floor and showed that he can score the ball from every level. He finishes with a lot of athleticism at the rim and can hit shots from the perimeter and in the midrange. He rebounds well out of the backcourt and has the toughness to be a factor on the defensive side of the ball.

Will Myles, Cam Sports South Heat

Myles was one of the better point guards in the field this weekend. He started the weekend by showing his scoring ability, consistently getting to his spots and finishing off plays. He's seemingly always in control as well and has a savvy in the backcourt that you need from a floor general. He makes passes with both hands and can deliver the ball on time to teammates for scoring opportunities.

Tristan Robinson, Georgia Magic

Robinson is going to be a name to stash away for the future in Middle Georgia. Playing up in the 15U division, brings a physicality and motor that you don't often see from a player who has not played a high school game. He consistently was able to attack off the bounce and score the ball or connect from the midrange and from three. The future at Washington County could be bright with him in the backcourt.

Daniel Pitts Jr., Family Elite

Family Elite had a great weekend and had a number of guys that stood out over the weekend. Pitts was one of those guys, consistently being productive whether it was with his scoring or distributing. He was always in attack mode and did not shy away from being physical with opposing guards. He brings a lot go toughness to the floor and definitely made his mark this weekend.

Jah'barri Felix, SSA Nightmare

Felix was a part of the fantastic SSA Nightmare backcourt that helped lead them to the 15U championship this weekend. He has great size in the backcourt with the ability to beat defenders off the bounce or use his physicality to play bully ball and get to the rim. He has great body control around the rim and consistently was able to finish through contact or get to the free throw line, where he was able to consistently convert. He could be one to look out for down in southeast Georgia.


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