By: Kevin Schneider @BigShotsNation

 

Myrtle Beach, SC – The last five years, BIG SHOTS ALL AMERICAN has tipped off the July live period as players from all around the country take the court to play in front of the college coaches. Past All Star MVP’s have included Jalek Felton, Pat McCaw, Kyle Kuzma, Chase Harler, Blake Harris amongst others.

Check out this years Top 10 standouts:
WV No. 1 2018 Mikal Dawson (Big Shots Elite WV) was the top overall performer in the event. Marshall head coach Dan D’Antoni (holds offer), Youngstown St head coach Jerrod Calhoun, Duquesne, Campbell, among others sitting courtside recruiting Dawson. His brother 2017 John Dawson starred as a top pg. A 4-time WV state champ also receiving D1/D2 recruiting. Plans to prep for a year.

Triumph (TX) 2018 6’8 David Nzekwesi was heavily followed by college coaches including Colorado at Big Shots All American Camp. Versatile big with touch & feel. Look for him to blow up this weekend in Myrtle.

Big Scoring outputs…Manzer/Socastee (SC) 2019 SG Kendrell Generette scores 55 points in 166-118 win. Highest point total of the year. Shooter. Chris Dean of River City Reign also had a hot hand from 3 all night. Jakeem Acres ’18 36 points tied as the leading scorer tonight

Elite 2020 PG’s …Dallas Seawolves (TX) 2020 KJ Pruitt showed why he’s a top 50 prospect in 2020 class as a 6’4 lefty PG with juice and pace off the bounce and high major size and game.
2020 Kaden Metheny was the top 15U performer. Big Shots Elite WV plays with a high level burst and toughness. He will put on a show at the beach this week. No. 1 2020 WV.
Zaire Wade (Wade Elite) is a pure point guard with the gears and experience that you want in a high level PG. Best passer in All American Camp. He’s been well trained and taught as the son of NBA star Dwayne Wade.

Top overall big prospect…2020 Yussif Basa Ama of Wade Elite is a high level prospect that stands at 6’9 plays well above rim with a high motor and feel and touch out to the 15 feet. He is one of Florida’s top prospects in 2020.

Raleigh Well Represented…NC Runnin Rebels stars shined Aaron Cash really helped himself tonight showing his elite athleticism and ability to shoot the 3 at 6’6. Kenyon Burt & Marque Maultsby were their typical high motor, high productive selves. Chris Barnett lit it up and Marque Maultsby.
WCBA 6’5 Ryan Shaffer can stroke it and makes winning plays. Andreas Wilson and Eric Alvey scored 20+ pts in each game.

Fletcher Abee (Big Shots Elite NC 2019) was the top shooter in the 16U division. He’s more than NC’s top shooter in 2019…he’s a scorer from all levels. Holds Western Carolina offer and will be one to watch. Division 1 prospects Jake Berolini Felice, Michael Walsh, Austin Inge also strong showings in front of coaches courtside and will be ones to watch for Big Shots Elite NC 2019 this weekend.

As we’ve come to know, The Thomas bros. were two of the top shooters at the event. 2018 Luke Thomas holds the Big Shots record for single game 3’s at 13 and he showed why. 2021 Clayton Thomas can shoots it just as well. Two are receiving interest from college coaches.

2017 6’9 Jared Pearre, 2017 6’8 Tracy Jones all received good coaches following as the top unsigned seniors in the AAC, they both hold multiple D1 offers and showed why they are going to be a steal at the next level.

Manzer / Myrtle Beach Christian 6’7 2018 Sam Woods turned in a 32 points, 14 rebound game as the top performance by big in the Camp. High motor big that continues to rise.

Impressive turnout from college coaches on hand at the Big Shots All American Camp including Myrtle Beach mayor John Rhodes. Thank you for attending.

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