20.4 PPG, 4.0 RPG, 1.2 APG, 1.4 SPG
E1T1 finished at 13-4, due in large part to the offensive boost that Rowan provided after session one. Once again, Rowan was on point In Minneapolis, often being the best offensive player on the floor. Jonathan Isaac missed time during session four, so Rowan’s consistent scoring punch was key in their success. The term “natural scorer” gets thrown around quite often, and Rowan definitely fits that mold. The consistency he provides has elevated Each 1 Teach 1 into a viable Peach Jam Championship contender.
15.0 PPG, 8.0 RPG, 3.0 APG, 3.8 SPG
Like many underclassmen in the EYBL, it took a couple of sessions for Brown to find his comfort level. Now that he’s clicking on all cylinders, the Prospects look like a true contender. Brown averaged well above the league average in four statistical categories, highlighted by his menacing defense and tempo control. Brown prides himself on his defense and his ability to distribute to teammates. He does a great job of getting his running mates involved and the resulting production has turned the Prospects into a dangerous squad come July 8th.
19.6 PPG, 9.8 RPG, 1.4 APG, 1.0 SPG
No one made a bigger splash in Minneapolis than Dimencio Vaughn. The 6-foot-5 combo guard is a three-year EYBL veteran, and he saved his best for last. The Lightning were in need of at least three wins to clinch a berth at Peach Jam, and Vaughn’s production was a big part of making that happen. He is one of the best rebounding guards on the circuit, using his size and strength to help the undersized Lightning on the boards. Without Vaughn, the Lightning are probably on the outside looking in for Peach Jam.
17.6 PPG, 6.8 RPG, 5.8 APG, 2.0 SPG
Fox is a mainstay on our all-tournament teams, and he continued to impress during session four. Houston Hoops suffered a pair of surprising losses, but their setbacks weren’t due to Fox’s play. The 6-foot-4 speedster had the second-most assists in Minneapolis, and was top-five in backcourt rebounding. It’s been common knowledge that Fox can score with the best of them, but his continued improvement in different aspects of the game have raised his ceiling even higher. He has turned into a true point guard, and Hoops will be relying on their three-year EYBL veteran to guide them through Peach Jam.
17.6 PPG, 10.4 RPG, 2.2 APG, 1.0 SPG, 1.0 BPG
Kristian Doolittle may be the most underrated player on the circuit. Each session, the 6-foot-8 swingman builds on his previous performances. Athletes First is a relatively undersized squad, so they need every bit of Doolittle’s rebounding prowess. His scoring has been consistent throughout the season and was definitely needed during Athlete’s First 5-0 run in Minneapolis. Oklahoma’s finest is one of the darkhorse contenders, and Doolittle has been one of the major reasons why.