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Ronald Jefferson MSE National Basketball Camp NYC

Ronald ( Phatboy ) Jefferson is a 12 year old seventh grader from Coney Island Brooklyn, where he started playing basketball at age 8. Jefferson rocked with a local neighborhood team, until he was invited to play for the Juice All Stars program, playing along side Tyler Bourne for two years; developing his shooting and ball handling […]

Mike Saunders MSE National Basketball Camp Indiana

Numbers don’t lie. Mike Saunders-0nly 8 years old, floor general for 3rd Grade George Hill Rising Stars from Indianapolis, IN has won 25+ championships since they was 1st grade. National Champion Runner ups, MIT Champions(Maryland), Coach T Foundation (St. Louis), and MYT champions (Kentucky) just to name a few. The little brother of George Hill […]

Alonzo Verge MSE National Basketball Camp Illinois

This is a MSE exclusive New Face attending the MSE National Basketball Camp March 26th & 27th, 2011. Remember, you heard about 6th grader Alonzo Verge first on This is the making of the New Middle School Elite World! Only MSE players we’ve seen will be ranked in October 2011. Verge could be on […]

Seth Wilson Best 2nd Grader In The Country

Seth Wilson of Lorain Ohio plays with the Ohio Cougars AAU basketball club and Lorain Titans School 4th grade team. Seth just turned 8 years old in October. He’s 4’10″ already and projected to be 6’8″. Seth’s pops and coach, Donovan Wilson who stands 6’4″ is the shortest on his side of the family. Young Wilson […]

Ka’Rell Henry “The MSE 52 State Diary” NYC

Hello, my name is Ka’Rell Henry and I live in Bronx, NY. I will be at MSE Camp in March. I attend Holy Family School and I am on my school team, the Holy Family Saints. I am 6 feet and I play point guard and small foward. We are currently undefeated at 14-0. […]

Alonzo Verge (MSE New Face) Class 2017 Chicago

Alonzo Verge Jr. is one of the top guards in the State of Illinois. He goes by “Lil Zo”. Lil Zo started playing ball at age 5 and has always played with the older kids. This is his first year playing at grade level and he’s been simply dominant! “What makes Alonzo special is his motor,” […]