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NIKE EYBL All-Indy: Third Team

By D1 Circuit Staff, 05/02/17, 7:15PM EDT


Jakigh Dottin | BABC (MA)

Session Averages: 18.8 PPG, 9.0 RPG, 6.0 APG, 2.5 SPG

Another big guard with a terrific ability to do many things well, Dottin improved on every part of his game from Hampton and his BABC team results showed accordingly. While his strengths are taking the ball to the cup and drawing contact, Dottin is improving his jump shot every day and his court vision is at an elite level. He is one of the most versatile guards on the circuit and a huge piece of BABC's gameplan on both ends.

Darius Garland | Bradley Beal Elite (MO)

Session Averages: 21.3 PPG, 2.5 RPG, 5.3 APG, 1.0 SPG

The top-ranked point guard in the 2018 class, Garland has a target on his back each time out - and he seems to rise higher to the challenge each and every time. He continued to score the ball at a high level while doing an even better job getting his BBE teammates involved, and you cannot count this team out as long as Garland is handling the reins. As other guys step up around him, Garland is only going to get better in his featured role.

Foster Loyer | All Ohio Red

Session Averages: 19.0 PPG, 3.8 RPG, 3.0 APG, 1.0 SPG

All Ohio used a ridiculously balanced offense to great success for the second straight weekend, and once again Foster Loyer was able to stand out as the playmaking leader that brought everything together. A true winner, Loyer looked for his spots to score when they were there but had no problem capitalizing on opportunities to crash the boards and get his teammates open looks by making the extra pass. Loyer is tough as nails, and the perfect leader for an All Ohio Red squad that went 4-0 in Indianapolis. Also worth noting, he's an ace from the line. He's 59-for-59 for the season and went 43-for-43 in Indy.

Keldon Johnson | Boo Williams

Session Averages17.8 PPG, 5.5 RPG, 5.5 APG, 3.3 SPG

It's a testament to the absurd numbers Johnson put up in Hampton that he only makes third team here with stat-stuffing averages. The Boo Williams (VA) star played like a budding superstar as his squad bounced back from their first loss to finish the weekend strong at 7-1 overall. He was perfectly capable of allowing the offense to flow through him and he never failed to do the little things like grabbing a board or hustling after he lost his man to make a steal or block.

Noah Locke | Team Melo (MD)

Session Averages21.8 PPG, 4.0 RPG, 3.3 APG, 1.8 SPG

The Team Melo combo guard was on point with his shot from the beginning of the weekend and he carried that to a tune of 22 per game while serving as the primary leader for the team through some tough losses and wins. As he gets used to the team around him and the competition level, Locke will surely improve on his shooting numbers overall and become an even scarier opponent taking the ball to the rack. With Wynston Tabbs now in the backcourt fold, Locke should see less defensive focus.

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