RICHMOND, VA - The first stop on the 2021 DMVelite Super Circuit took place this past weekend in Richmond.
Here’s a look at some of the notable performers in the 15U Division:
AIDAN ARGABRIGHT NEW WORLD 2025 3SSB
Argabright was completely dominant over the first weekend of the Super Circuit, averaging a Division-high 20.3 points per game and leading New World 2025 - playing up in the 15U Division - to three nice wins over Team Loaded VA, DC Premier and Team BBC. In a 65-57 win over Premier, he poured in 26 points. The 5-foot-10 guard is headed to Paul VI (Va.) in the fall.
GABE GRANT TEAM BBC 3SSB
A 6-foot-9 2024 center from McDonogh School (Md.), Grant impressed with his efficiency. In two games, he made 87.5 percent of his shots from the floor while averaging a team-leading 16 points per game to go with 8 rebounds and 2.5 blocks per contest (both leading the Division). He had 22 points in a thrilling 57-56 win over DC Premier, going 10-of-11 from the field while also pulling down a game-high 11 rebounds. A very impressive post prospect to watch going forward.
SINCERE BARFIELD TEAM BBC 3SSB
One of the more aggressive guards in the 15U division, the 6-foot 2024 guard from Parkville (Md.) averaged 13.5 points per game for Team BBC. He showed a nice touch from 3-point range, connecting on 6 of his 15 attempts.
ELIJAH REID TEAM IMPACT
Reid poured in 24 of his team’s 41 points in a 41-33 victory over Maryland Movement 15U on Sunday. He showed a knack for getting to the foul line all weekend and tied Argabright for the free throw percentage lead, knocking down 71 percent of his attempts. Reid was also impressive on the defensive end, leading all 15U players in steals at 2.7 per game.
DAMIAN JONES, NEW WORLD BLUE
A 2024 guard from St. Charles (Md.), Jones was solid all weekend, posting a team high 13 points per game to lead New World Blue to a perfect 3-0 record. He went for a game-high 21 points on 8-of-11 shooting in a 56-43 win over Ruff Riders.
CAYNE WOODLAND, TEAM MD23
A 2024 guard from Archbishop Curley (Md.), Woodland averaged 11.7 points per game to lead Team MD23 to a perfect 3-0 record in Session I.
ALMANI AW DC PREMIER UAA
The 6-foot-7 Aw was Premier’s most consistent performer in Session I, leading the team in scoring at 12 points per game while shooting 65 percent from the field and grabbing 5.5 rebounds per game.
DEKEVION MOORE, MARYLAND RUFF RIDERS
Moore posted 11.3 points and 5.7 points per game to lead the Ruff Riders to a 2-1 mark in Session I. He was especially impressive in a 53-47 win over District Basketball Club HGSL on Sunday, posting 18 points on 8-of-13 shooting and grabbing 10 rebounds.
Marvin Allmond, Jr., Team Dedication
Kyan Bowman, New World Blue
Amari Brice-Johnson, District Basketball Club HGSL
Zachary Brooks, New Word Blue
Colin Campbell, Jr., Maryland Ruff Riders
Shamar Cisco, DC Premier UAA
Jarren Curtis, New World 2025 3SSB
Kenny Deguzman, DC Premier UAA
Kadon Fossett, Team BBC 3SSB
Bryce Griffith, District Basketball Club HGSL
Connor Johnson New World 2025 3SSB
Darien Jones, IMPACT
Cameron Lyons, Team Dedication
Malciah Marable, DC Premier UAA
Sam Norfleet IV, Maryland Ruff Riders
Alex Obase, Maryland Ruff Riders
Emmanuel Ortiz, Team MD23
Jacob Randall, New World 2025 3SSB
Jayden Saunders, Team MD23
Andre Thomas, New World Blue
Marquis Walton, Germantown Basketball Club