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Adidas Gauntlet OC 17U All-Tournament Team

By Nate Bucsko, 05/30/19, 9:00AM EDT


The best of the best from a thrilling weekend in Orange County

All- Tournament Team

Dalen Terry | 6’6 2021 G | Compton Magic

Helped lead his team to a tournament victory including a romp of Dream Vision in the championship. Made plays on both ends of the floor, handled the point with aplomb, and threw down several memorable flushes.

Kyree Walker | 6’52020 G | Dream Vision

Displaying the all-around offensive game that has coaches across the nation salivating, Walker saved some of his best work for their big matchup with Compton Magic. The young man was unconscious from deep before his squad fell behind for good, and he never let up attacking the basket.

Ajang Aguek | 6’8 2020 F | Team Harden

Aguek played big all weekend, showing off an adept post game to go with his already prolific perimeter skills. The intensity Ague brings to each matchup will make him a contributor at the next level.

Jason Harris | 6’8 2020 F | EBO

Although there were times when the entire offense seemed to flow through him, Harris also used his double-teams he saw to find open looks for teammates in between taking the ball to the hole and draining his midrange J with consistency. With his strength, Harris can play the 2 through 5 some games and he showed that versatility here.

Makur Maker | 7'0 2020 G/F | Dream Vision

The hype was strong for the highly skilled big, and he did not disappoint. Simply unstoppable once his shot gets going, Maker gave any post matched up with him a fit and didn't make their lives any easier on  the other end. His perimeter game is what makes him one of the top players in his class.

Player of the Tournament

Jaylen Clark | 6'6 2020 G | Compton Magic

Playing his best basketball of the spring so far, Clark showed off his full offensive arsenal from the opening tip at OLu. His aggressiveness reminds those watching of a young Russell Westbrook, as he can use both his quickness and insane bounce to not only get into the lane, but finish with contact. 

In addition to his usual display of above-the-rim prowess, the combo guard was relentless on defense and his ability to create open looks for himself is getting better all the time. He will be one to watch out for all summer, and he's not going anywhere.

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