Team Pennsylvania 2022 Forward Tyree Morris.
RICHMOND, VA - The first step on the 2021 DMVelite Super Circuit took place last weekend in Richmond - the first of four stops this spring and summer.
Here’s a look at some of the notable Session I performers from the 17U Division:
TYREE MORRIS, TEAM PENNSYLVANIA
A 2022 forward from Palmetto Prep (SC), Morris was a consistent force for Team Pennsylvania all weekend, leading the team in scoring and rebounding (16.3 and 6 per game) as his squad went a perfect 3-0 record in Session I. The 6-foot-6, 230-pounder is a talented defensive end prospect as well, and his physicality and athleticism were readily apparent. He shot 18-of-25 (72 percent) from the field overall.
DARREN BERRIOS-RIVERA, TEAM PENNSYLVANIA
A 6-foot-5 2022 wing from Moravian Prep (NC), Berrios-Rivera impressed with his versatility. He averaged 12.3 points, 4.3 rebounds and tied for the team lead in assists with 3.3 per contest.
JAMES GROSS, GET WRIGHT
The unsigned 2021 guard from Rock Creek Christian (Md.) was explosive all weekend, averaging a Division-leading 20.3 points per game. He went for 28 points on 12-of-16 shooting - including 3-of-5 from 3-point range - and grabbed 8 rebounds in a loss to DMV Stags Select. Look for Gross to be one of the top local players colleges are tracking in the late signing period.
DORIAN JONES, RUNNIN MAVS
If there was one player in 17U who opened eyes it was Jones. The 6-foot-1 Edgewood (Md.) 2022 guard showed an impressive offensive package that allowed him to seemingly score at will. He averaged 18.3 points per game, highlighted by a 24-point performance to nearly carry the Mavs over Team Loaded 804 before falling, 51-48. Jones lacks great strength, but that didn’t stop him from filling up the stat sheet or leading his team in rebounding (5.3 per game) and blocks (1.3) as well during a very nice Session 1 showing.
JA’MAIS WERTS, VA HAVOC 757
The 6-foot-6 Monocan (Va.) forward was a force all weekend, leading his team in points (17.3), rebounds (5.3) and assists (2.3) per game as VA Havoc 757 went a perfect 3-0. Werts is committed to Division 2 Tarleton State (TX).
ZY’EVER WINGFIELD, VA HAVOC 757
The explosive 6-foot-4 guard averaged 16 points, 5.3 rebounds and 2.3 assists per game for VA Havoc 757, helping them to an unbeaten start. Wingfield (Fork Union Military Academy) is headed to D-2 Le Moyne College (NY).
BANKEYS OMARI, DMV STAGS SELECT
Known as more of a scorer - which he did quite well in Session 1 by averaging over 18 points per game - what was most impressive was his improved handle and floor vision. Omari dished out a team-high 3.7 assists per game. The 6-foot-1 2022 Clarksburg (Md.) guard is improving rapidly asa distributor and will be a player to watch this summer.
JD SALO, DMV STAGS SELECT
A 2022 forward from Northern (Md.), Salo put together a highly productive weekend, posting 13.7 points and a Session I-leading 11.7 rebounds per game. Salo was relentless on the offensive boards - leading all age divisions with 14 of them - and showed impressive touch from the field, shooting 18-of-27 for the weekend.
JORDAN BRATHWAITE, DYNAMIC DISCIPLES
An uncommitted 2021 wing from St. Andrew’s (RI) - and former Glenelg Country (Md.) standout - Brathwaite averaged a double-double for the weekend, posting 17.3 points and 10.3 rebounds per game to help the Disciples go 2-1. He went an impressive 22-of-32 from the field.
JADEN DAUGHTRY, BWSL MARSH
The wing from LC Bird (Va.) had a few poster dunks for Team Marsh. He’s 6-foot-6 but plays much bigger than his listed height, and BWSL Marsh left Session 1 undefeated behind his strong play all weekend. Daughtry averaged 17 points and 5.5 rebounds per game.
LEON ELUNG, MARYLAND D-FENDERS
An uncommitted 2021 forward from Archbishop Spalding (Md.),the 6-foot-6 Elung made his presence felt, posting 12 points, 9.3 rebounds and 2.3 blocks per game for the D-Fenders, who went 2-1 in Session 1.
TYHEIM LOVE TEAM LOADED 804
Tyheim talks a lot of ‘cash’ but backs it up as well. The Petersburg (Va.) 2022 guard averaged 18.5 points per game in two wins for Loaded 804 in Session 1.
Oliver Agyapong, Germantown Basketball Club
Jack Argento, Team Pennsylvania
Darren Berrios-Rivera, Team Pennsylvania
Brycen Blaine, BWSL Marsh
Aaron Boyd, Alexandria Kings
Joseph Briscoe, Team Loaded 804
Cam’Ron Brown, Dynamic Disciples
Ronny Davis, DMV Stags Select
Tyler Donald, Allentown Pressure
Justice Easter, Team Pennsylvania
Alex Feerer, Team Silk
Bryce Hawkins, NOVA Suns
Jayden Holland, SOMD All-Stars
Justin Ingram, Metro All-Stars
Aaron Jasper, Get Wright
Willie Jennings IV, Metro All-Stars
Edward Johnson III, BWS Marsh
Bryson Kittrel, BWSL Marsh
Dylan Long, DMV Stags Elite
Peyton Mason, Runnin Mavs Select
CJ McCord, Virginia Elite MD
Kenny McCoy, Get Wright
Geo Moore, DMV Stags Select
Lizundy Nunez, Team Silk
Marquay Pixley, NOVA Suns
Maleek Richardson, Circle Sports
Christian Taylor, SOMD All-Stars
Kendall Thorne, Circle Sports
Faris Webber, NOVA 94 Feet
Zuri Williams, Get Wright
Amare Wimbush, DMV Stags Elite
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