For the second year, the DMVelite Super Circuit provided exposure and competition to 15U-17U programs across the DMV and beyond.
Throughout the Circuit’s four stops in Prince George’s County, Maryland., Wilmington, Delaware and Hampton, Virginia, multiple players emerged as consistent performers.
Without further ado, we are pleased to present the 2022 All-DMVelite Super Circuit Team (Players must have appeared in a minimum of two Super Circuit events to qualify.):
MOST VALUABLE PLAYER: DEKEVION MOORE, MARYLAND RUFF RIDERS 16U
A year after leading the Ruff Riders to the inaugural Super Circuit 15U crown, Moore was even better at the 16U level.
The Forest Park (Va.) 2024 guard was the Super Circuit’s most consistent performer, leading the Riders to a 9-1 record while averaging a team-high 14.4 points per game.
Moore’s Ruff Riders suffered an upset elimination round loss in Hampton to deny them a second straight title, but despite falling short of their ultimate goal, Moore did enough to earn Circuit MVP honors. He said he felt his biggest area of improvement from last summer was in sharing the ball.
“My passing and getting my teammates more involved,” he said. “Last year I was worrying about buckets too much. This year, I felt like I didn’t really care if I had two points or eight points, I just wanted to win the game. Last year I wanted to score, and this year I feel like I’ve become more mature and wanting to win and pass the ball more.”
Not coincidentally, Moore’s improvement caught the eye of college coaches, and he picked up his first Division I offer from Rider in June.
“At first it felt surreal, but I just stay humble,” he said of the offer. “I think about it, but I just work. Now that school’s out, it's easier to put more work in, so I wake up in the morning, get shots up, lift, got to practice with Coach Steve [Jiggetts] and get that little workout in. But the offer? It feels surreal. It didn’t feel like it happened, but it happened.”
With his continued improvement, it shouldn’t be the last.
KOREY BLAIR, HC UNITED 15U
The 2025 guard from Overlea (Md.) exploded onto the Circuit in Session II, setting the event scoring record with 45 points while hitting 10 3-pointers in his debut. He didn’t repeat that effort but was HC United’s top offensive weapon the rest of the way, averaging a team-high 17.9 points per game in three Circuit stops.
BRENDAN JOHNSON, TEAM DTLR 16U
A 2024 guard from Calvert Hall (Md.), Johnson was a difference-maker down the stretch for the 16U Division Champions, averaging a team-high 17 points per game.
MYLES MCDUFFIE, TEAM SILK 17U
McDuffie (Lake Clifton 2022) was a standout on the Maryland 1A state championship squad, and kept his winning ways going while averaging 14.1 points per game to help Silk capture the Circuit 17U crown.
SAM NORFLEET, MD RUFF RIDERS 16U
The 5-foot-10 Norfleet (Forest Park 2024 guard) broke out in his second Circuit run, emerging as a scoring threat (12.4 ppg) and leader on both ends of the floor for the Riders.
NOAH ROBINSON, CUTT NATION 15U
Robinson burst onto the scene during the high school season - earning MIAA All-Conference honors as a freshman at Concordia Prep (Md.) - and he continued his rise on the Super Circuit. He averaged 22 points per game, including 19.2 at Session IV to lead Cutt Nation to the 15U crown.
Jabari Burnett, Metro All-Stars 16U
Quinton Monroe, Team Silk 17U
Zoje Owinje, New World Gold 15U
Jayden Saunders, Team Dedication 16U
Bryson Spruell, Team Maryland Stars US 17U
Paul Anderson, Team ProLook 17U
Aiden Billings, Man II Man 17U
Careen Bolden, Delaware Certified Hoopers 16U
Andre Campbell, Team Maryland Stars US 17U
Dwayne Campbell, Team Maryland Stars 15U
Austin Carter, HC United 15U
Darrian Carter, Runnin Mavs 15U
KC Collins, Team DTLR 15U
Harrison Docanto, Nova 94 Feet Premier 15U
Devonte Dyson, Maryland Ruff Riders 16U
Dakari Enworom, Team Maryland Stars 17U
Ziikom Elotue, Slam City 15U
Zuzu Etoluee, Runnin Mavs 16U
William Frost, Team Maryland Stars II 15U
Nate Harris, Calvert Titans 15U
Joshua Ho, Nova 94 Feet Premier 15U
Donte Holmes, Team Maryland Stars 16U
Willie Jennings IV, Metro All-Stars 17U
Jazae Jones, Team Silk 15U
Zamar Jones, Team Maryland Stars 16U
Donte Holmes, Team Maryland Stars 16U
Cameron Lyons, Team Dedication 16U
Akendre Matthews, Delaware Certified Hoopers 16U
James McIntyre, Team ProLook 17U
Charles Neverdon, Team Silk 17U
Dominic Nguyen, Slam City 15U
Alex Obase, Maryland Ruff Riders 16U
Christian Okempka, Cutt Nation 15U
Eann Pennix, Team Pro Look Robinson 15U
Santiago Perez, NOVA 94 Feet Orange 16U
Emmanuel Powell, Calvert Titans 16U
Evan Quintero, Team DTLR 15U
Javeon Reed, Topp Tier Titans 15U
Omar Reed, Team Melo Black 17U
Reginald Richardson, Jr., SOMD All-Stars 15U
Cole Scott, Nova 94 Feet Premier 15U
Jaden Simms, Team MD Stars 15U
Colin Stemberger, Slam City 15U
Dave Sob, Silver Spring Elite 15U
Kendrick Tche-Tafon, Tema Maryland Stars II 15U
Caden Walton, New World Gold 15U