A floor general in every sense of the word, Simpson was a consistent leader for a King James squad that has evolved into a true contender. He shot it well, rarely turned it over and filled up multiple statistical categories. Simpson is King James' first All-EYBL selection.
Markus Howard took the league by storm, helping lead the youngest squad on the circuit to a 11-6 record in their first EYBL season. He shot nearly 50% from the floor and his 20.2 point per game average is good for second in the league among players that played in 16+ games.
The Playaz veteran made it a goal to be the league's best three-point shooter, and he delivered. He sank an EYBL-high 62 three-pointers, giving Jimmy Salmon's squad a lethal downtown shooter as they look to defend their 2014 Peach Jam title. While always a danger from deep, the two-year EYBL veteran used the regular season to show he was more than just a knockdown shooter.
Kristian Doolittle is the most underrated player on the circuit. The 6-foot-8 Oklahoma-commit consistently put up impressive numbers over four sessions, landing on the All-Session teams twice. He's not flashy, but Doolittle impacts numerous facets of the game, and does so very efficiently. He is a main reason Athletes First reloaded after losing 2014 MVP Allonzo Trier.
Omari Spellman came into the 17U circuit with very high expectations, and he certainly delivered. It's clear the 6-foot-9 forward has worked on his body, trimming down more than 20 pounds in order to improve his conditioning and effectiveness on defense. He nearly averaged a double-double and is a challenge for any squad to contain down low.