Maryland Ruff Riders 16U guard DeKevion Moore. [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 16U Division:
DEKEVION MOORE, MARYLAND RUFF RIDERS
The top player back from last year’s 15U Champions, Moore (Forest Park 2024) helped the Riders get off to a 3-0 start, posting 12 points and 5 rebounds per game. In a 45-40 victory over Nova 94 Feet Orange, he posted 16 points on 7-of-11 shooting while grabbing 7 rebounds and dishing out four assists.
SAM NORFLEET IV, MARYLAND RUFF RIDERS
Moore’s cousin and Forest Park teammate has emerged as a dangerous scoring threat, and had his offensive game working in Session I. He went for a game-high 20 points and hit three 3-pointers in an opening 48-43 win over Slam City Black in Bowie on Saturday. He averaged 12 points per game for the weekend.
AIDEN ARGABRIGHT, NEW WORLD 3SSB 15U
Argabright (St. Stephen’s & St. Agnes 2024) poured in a game-high 20 points in a 53-43 win over Slam City Black on Saturday at Wise. He averaged 14 points and 2.7 assists per game for the weekend as New World went unbeaten.
RILEY JACOBS, NEW WORLD 3SSB 15U
The Woodbridge (Va.) product impressed with his versatility, and averaged 10 points and 5.7 rebounds per game as New World went undefeated while playing up in the 16U Division.
MALACHI COFIELD, TEAM HUSTLE
The 6-foot guard out of Gwynn Park was aggressive and efficient for Team Hustle, going for 15 points in a win over Each 1 Teach 1 and 16 in a narrow 52-50 loss to Team ProLook.
MILES HANCOCK, TEAM PROLOOK
The Bishop McNamara (Md.) 2024 forward had 12 points, 12 rebounds and 4 steals in a 52-50 win over Team Hustle on Saturday in Bowie.
CAMERIN HORTON, TEAM BBC
A 6-foot-4 guard from City College (Md.), Horton led Team BBC to a 3-0 record in Session I while averaging 9.7 points per game.
KADON FOSSETT, TEAM BBC
The Springdale Prep (Md.) guard tied for team high scoring honors at 9.7 points per game.
JABARI BURNETT, METRO ALL-STARS
Metro All-Stars had a tough weekend but got a strong performance from Burnett, who posted a team-high 14.3 points per game. The 5-foot-9 Fairmont Heights (Md.) product also led his squad in rebounding, pulling down 5.3 boards per contest.
TARIQ BONEY, SLAM CITY BLACK
Boney was active and involved on both ends all weekend, posting 12 points and 7.5 rebounds per game.
KADE SEBASTIAN, SLAM CITY SELECT
A 2025 wing from Champe (Va.), Sebastian averaged a team-high 12 points per game as Slam City Select went 2-1.
Stephen Barber, Slam City Black
Devonte Dyson, Maryland Ruff Riders
Jeremiah Edon, Serious Ballas Only
Collin Farmer, Team Hustle
T. Hawkins, New World Gold
Ryan Kengni, Each 1 Teach 1
Dominic Nguyen, Slam City Black
Emmanuel Powell, Calvert Titans
Jayden Saunders, Team Dedication
Nasir Slater, Serious Ballas Only
Tyler Smith, Calvert Titans
Ricardo Snyder, Team ProLook
Demarco Texeira, Team ProLook
Ryan Truitt, Team DTLR
Alijah Wheeler, Team Hustle
Holden Williamson, Runnin Mavericks
William Wynne, Nova 94 Feet Orange
Tre Yawn, Runnin Mavericks
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