RECAP OF DTG LIVE ATLANTA, APRIL 21-22
DTG's April NCAA Live period was based out of the South East region this year in Atlanta Georgia. The tournament fielded teams from Alabama, Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi, Louisiana, Florida, South Carolina, New York, Texas, Georgia,and Canada. This event attracted several college coaches that came to recruit players that participated in DTG Live.
17u: Champions: Tennessee Vision
Runner-up: Texas Jazz Eite
Top 17u Performers
MVP Elijah Kemp 5'11 Guard Tennessee Vision
Elijah Kemp Earned MVP honors this weekend at DTG Live. He scored 20 points in the championship game to defeat defending champions.
Magdi Tiea 6'8 Forward Down Town's Finest (Canada)
Magdi had the most potential of all the players this weekend. His length and strength was hard to handle for teams.
Ronnie Chaney 6'7 Forward Texas Jazz Elite
Ronnie had a stellar weekend at DTG Live. He showed the he is a versatile forward that can score inside and out.
Tahj Sanders 6'0 Guard Kentucky Vision
Made a name for himself this weekend and caught several college coaches attention with his strength and toughness. He took Kentucky Vision to the final 4 before losing to eventual Champions Tennessee Vision .
Devin Hamilton 6''7 Forward New York Vision
Devin made several high flying dunks this weekend that really shocked the crowd. Devin kept New York Vision competitive all weekend.
16u Champions: DID Hoopers (MS)
Runner up : New York Vision (NY)
16u Top Performers
MVP Stephon Thomas 6'2 Guard DID Hoopers (MS)
Stephon was a man among boys in the 16u Division. His strength sets him apart from other guards. He dominated the game this weekend at DTG Live to lead DID hoopers to win the DTG Live event.
Deonta Griffin 6'2 Guard DID Hoopers (MS)
A silky smooth guard that plays at a high level on both ends. Deonta should be a D1 prospect come his junior year
Chris Booth 6'3 Guard New York Vision (NY)
Scoring buckets all weekend Chris Boothe led New york vision to a DTG Live runner up this weekend. He has a well developed mid range game and will only get better each season.
Kevin Sesberry 5'11 Guard Atlanta Lightning
Be on the lookout for this guard this spring and summer, this quick guard caught the eye of several college coaches this weekend. Kevin plays best when he is able to get out in transition and make plays for guys. Defensively he is able to guard the 1-3 spot.
15u Champions: DID Hoopers (MS)
Runners up: Gulf Coast Thunder (FL)
15u Top Performers
MVP Kentavion Hogan 6'4 Guard DID Hoopers (MS)
Kentavion lit up the 15u division this weekend with timeless baskets using his length and athleticism. He led DID Hoopers to a DTGLIVEATL championship
Banks Atkins 6'1 Guard Spartanburg Thunder (SC)
Three word describe Banks and thats "knock down shooter", Banks had an impressive showing this weekend at #DTGLIVEATL by making the long shots.
Jermaine Smoak 6'2 Guard Atlanta Lightning (GA)
Jermaine paced the Lighting all weekend long with his ability to score in traffic and defensive presence. He led the Lightning to a final 4 finish.
Brian Edwards 6'0 Guard Gulf Coast Thunder (FL)
Brian is an athletic slasher that boosted the Thunder to a runner up finish this weekend. Brian was able to score in a multitude of ways to lead Gulf Coast Thunder
Jokobe Richard 6'4 Forward Showtime Elite (LA)
Jakobe was the anchor in the paint this weekend, if he grows he will be hard to handle in years to come