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2014 MSE TOP 50 National Player Rankings for 4th Grade/ Class of 2023
The rankings drop on the heels of a steamy article where we mentioned the top five players in the class of 2021. We also stated how players in class of 2020 could reclassify to 6th grade, thus create a monkey wrench for class of 2021.
We first rated Zion Harmon top player in the country last year, mainly due to his killer instinct and scoring ability. Question’s remain. Is he best shooter in class of 2021?
Middle School Elite was on deck to cover the three day Ganon Baker Junior Skills National Camp in Delray Beach, Florida this past weekend (June 13-15) and we must admit it
Brock Williams is a talented 6th grader, who plays on the Burlington Christian Academy boy’s middle school basketball team.
In the class of 2022, coaches and scouts are drooling over combo guard Dylan Williams. Ever since he hit the AAU circuit Dylan has been a player people have coveted. In 2013, he lead Team Charlotte to a MIT Championship where he scored (22pts) of the 32 points in a 32-22 win over National Champs and defending MIT champs Maryland Finest.
Jordan “J5” McPhatter (NC) is not a new guard on the scene. Jordan has been playing the game and winning at a high level since he started playing Division 1 AAU basketball.
There isn’t much else we can say about 5th grade, 11 year old, Kennedy Chandler (TN), outside of Memphis.
“He’s not a stiff dude, he can really run,” said Mr. Wooldridge of his son 5’10, Michal Wooldridge (OK), who’s eleven years old and just a 4th grader. We told Mr. Wooldridge that his “son is going to be big time.”
Home Team Hoops labeled 8th grader, Damon Harge Jr., (FL) a “Young Phenom” and speaking of Phenom, we first wrote about Harge after watching him at the 2010 National Phenom Camp in San Diego, CA.
Kennard Davis also known as the “General” was born in Maryland but has been a resident of Charlotte, NC since 2006.
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Trayden “Ditty” Williams is a guard with an advanced basketball IQ giving him the ability to lead and score. He has exceptional ball handling skills and lightning quickness on the court.
Class of 2021, sensational Jaden Springer, from North Carolina is a new face on the scene that has scouts and coaches salivating.
Taybion Singleton (FL) is a seventh grader, who made noise on the circuit playing varsity. Singleton is on Middle School Elite Dot Com, a website that separates him from the rest and offers the best possible exposure.
That’s how many people are checking out point guard, Khalil Brantley, (NC) via www.MiddleSchoolElite.com. We first saw Brantley at the Middle School Elite ATL camp in December of 2013 and he put on a brilliant show.
Fourth grade, point guard, Sonny Johnson Jr. (OH) is son of Garfield high school basketball coach, Sonny Johnson Sr., who was Mr. Ohio basketball in 1998.
Ramel Lloyd (CA) is an exceptional young student athlete, who has scouts and coaches already awaiting his arrival to high school. After watching him perform, we determined he has a very high skill level, based on our exposure experience and understanding of textbook fundamentals.
Class of 2018, point guard, 5’11″ Carlos Sandifer (TN) is a top 100 player in the country, which is obvious from the exclusive national rankings we released last week.
MiddleSchoolElite.com rankings are based on performances at high level tournaments and camps, overall team success, players ability to impact games and players long term potential/upside.
Jalen Preston was virtually unknown until, we published this recent article about him, 8th Grade Wonder – 6’2 Jalen Preston.
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