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Orlando ESL All-Star team and MVP! - Jul 14, 2012


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D.J.
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CO-MVP: D.J. Ferguson (185-G-89, college: Flagler)
D.J. is a smooth creative big guard that is a natural point guard. However, he may look more like a football player, he is very good floor leader. He is a crafty creative player that can slash to the basket off the dribble or shoot the pull up jumper.
His outside shooting ability is nice from the 3 point range but he is much more accurate in his mid-range game.
He plays great defense and he is a great scorer with a high basketball IQ.
D.J. led NCAA D-2 in assists and would be a great mid-level pg.

CO-MVP: Larry Jackson (201-F-88, college: Florida A&M)
Larry is a very athletic power forward at 66 and 235lbs that can play the 5 position in smaller leagues.
He is an excellent perimeter player for a big man who has small forward type of skills.
He can shoot the outside jumper and guard 3 positions on the floor quite easily.
He runs the floor like a deer and plays very strong around the basket.
Larry has excellent footwork around the basket and has a nice inside and outside game.
He will be a star in leagues like Luxembourg, Uruguay, Norway, Switzerland.
Larry deserves this award as he did everything he was asked and more, as he even played on another team at times who needed an injury replacement player. Larry is extremely good shape and great person.

All Tournament Team:

Antoine Watson (193-F-88)
The 2011-12 NAIA All American that came to Orlando and displayed his high skill level.
He is a legitimate NBA prospect and very tough competitor with a deadly outside shooting stroke.
He is an excellent scorer and very, very explosive. Antoine really should have been on an NBA summer league roster this year. His mid range jump shot is high quality and he has a nice understanding of the game.
He is a solid defender and rebounder as well as an NBA type athlete for sure.
Antoine should play in NBA D-league for a chance at a call up.

D.J. Ferguson
D.J. is a smooth creative big guard that is a natural point guard. However, he may look more like a football player, he is very good floor leader. He is a crafty creative player that can slash to the basket off the dribble or shoot the pull up jumper.
His outside shooting ability is nice from the 3 point range but he is much more accurate in his mid-range game.
He plays great defense and he is a great scorer with a high basketball IQ.
D.J. led NCAA D-2 in assists and would be a great mid-level pg.

Larry Jackson
Larry is a very athletic power forward at 66 and 235lbs that can play the 5 position in smaller leagues.
He is an excellent perimeter player for a big man who has small forward type of skills.
He can shoot the outside jumper and guard 3 positions on the floor quite easily.
He runs the floor like a deer and plays very strong around the basket.
Larry has excellent footwork around the basket and has a nice inside and outside game.
He will be a star in leagues like Luxembourg, Uruguay, Norway, Switzerland.
Larry deserves this award as he did everything he was asked and more, as he even played on another team at times who needed an injury replacement player. Larry is extremely good shape and great person.

Andrew Hayles (196-G-87, college: Alabama St.)
Andrew has sat out the last two years, but you would not know it. He is very hard competitor and is very strong defensively. Andrew has nice range and can shoot the 3, which he makes major match up problems for people. Once you come out to guard him he will kill you by going to the basket. Very strong rebounder and in excellent shape. Two years ago he played in Leb Silver, Spain, I would look for him to go back to that level or a good start for him would be Switzerland.

Matt Fogarty (203-F-90)
Matt had an excellent ESL Orlando event and was the best inside big man in the event. Matt has a very nice outside shot from mid-range or 3. Runs the floor extremely well and has a number of moves around the basket and finishes like a professional. Matt is a solid defensive player and rebounder.
This kid is a steal for entry level teams in Europe, he will easily be a very effective player for entry level teams.  




Killven
Samuel
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Kris Bell
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Marquis
Marshall
Marshall's Floater lifts Eurobasket Select to 73-72 Win over Dusseldorf - 4 months ago
The Eurobasket Select Team had a dramatic come from behind win in ART Giants Duesseldorf on Wednesday night as Alvernia's 6'5 G/F Marquis Marshall (196-F-93, college: Alvernia, PA) went coast to coast for a game winning floater with just 1 second left on the clock. With Eurobasket down by two, Nick Trisko (203-C, college: Spalding) got fouled after securing a critical offensive rebound amongst 4 Dusseldorf defenders. Trisko would split the pair to put cut the lead to one. With 10 seconds...   [read more]


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