New World 3SSB 14U guard Neiko Mundey. [MARCUS HELTON]
The DMVelite Super Circuit returned for its second year with an action-packed Session I last weekend at Bowie City Gym and Wise High School.
Here’s a look at some of the top performers from the 15U Division:
NEIKO MUNDEY, NEW WORLD 3SSB 14U
One of the area’s top middle school prospects - his high school announcement is coming soon - Mundey looked the part all weekend for New World, averaging a Division-high 18 points per game for the NW 3SSB 14U, which was playing up.
“I want to get stronger and get faster and get ready for high school - for next year,” Mundey said of his goals for the spring and summer.
The 6-foot-1, 150-pounder’s best game came on Saturday at Wise, as he posted 22 points and hit five 3-pointers to help New World turn a 30-25 halftime lead into a 60-35 victory over Serious Ballas.
Mundey attacked the rim efficiently and shot well enough from deep to make defenders pay for sagging off of him, hitting a 15U Division-leading nine 3-pointers.
KENNETH HUNTER, TEAM BBC
A 6-foot-4 wing from Joppatowne (Md.) Hunter was active and efficient in a pair of Team BBC victories, finishing with a team-high 17.5 points per game.
DORAN CLAUSELL, SERIOUS BALLAS ONLY
A 2025 wing from Banneker (DC), Clausell impressed with his versatility while averaging 14.3 points per game, highlighted by 18 points in a tough 41-40 loss to DMV Dream on Saturday at Wise.
JA HOPKINS, CUTT NATION
Hopkins was dominant in a blowout victory over Serious Ballas Only on Saturday at Wise, posting 18 points, 13 rebounds and 6 steals. He averaged 14.5 points, 8.5 rebounds and ⅘ steals per game in a pair of Cutt Nation victories.
PRESLEY PRETTYMAN, RUNNIN MAVS
The 6-foot Prettyman (Concordia Pre 20225) averaged a team-high 14.3 points per game while leading the Runnin Mavs to a 2-1 mark for the weekend.
ZOJE OWINJE, NEW WORLD GOLD
Owinje put together a monster outing in a 53-41 win over Runnin Mavs, posting 19 points and 11 rebounds. He averaged a team-high 16.3 points per game while leading his team to a perfect 3-0 mark.
JOELL YOUNG, NEW WORLD GOLD
Young posted 15 points and 10 rebounds in an opening 53-41 win over Runnin Mavs at Wise on Saturday. He averaged 12 points per game as New World went unbeaten.
DAVE SOB, DMV DREAM
Sob scored 22 of his team’s 41 points - including the game-winner - to lead DMV Dream to a 41-40 victory over Serious Ballas Only at Wise on Saturday.
It was the first of two thrillers DMV Dream would win, as they later went on to defeat Team Silk 45-44 in triple overtime on a sudden-death free throw by Justin Wilson on Sunday at Bowie City Gym.
Sob averaged a team-high 11.7 points per game for the weekend as DMV Dream went 3-0.
KADE SEBASTIAN, SLAM CITY
Sebastian had a game-high 14 points to lead Slam City to a 50-41 win over New World 3SSB 14U on Sunday at Wise.
NATE HARRIS, CALVERT TITANS
The 2025 guard from Huntingtown (Md.) averaged a team-high 12 points per game and finished second in the 15U Division with seven made 3-pointers.
Justin Bishop, Team BBC
Tariq Boney, Slam City
Darrian Carter, Runnin Mavs
Caden Chinnia-Faline, Team BBC
Phillip Clark, Team Silk
Harrison DoCanto, Nova 94 Feet Premier
Ben Edmonds, Slam City
Drew Hawkins, Calvert Titans
Elliot Hopes, New World Gold
Maurice Johnson III, Cutt Nation
Jayden Mills, New World 3SSB 14U - 6 points and 14 boards vs. Serious Ballas
Donovan Murphy, New World 3SSB
Jean Marc Nken, DMV Dream
Brayan Nganpe, DMV Dream
Trevor Oakes, Runnin Mavs
Eann Pennix, Team ProLook
Jordan Pernell, New World Gold
Malik Queen, Team Silk
Reginald Richardson, Southern MD All-Stars
Dominic Sanchez, Team ProLook
Bryan Van Diver, Cutt Nation
Eryc Wedge, New World 3SSB 14U
Aiden Woodberry, New World 3SSB 14U
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