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By D1 Circuit Staff, 05/18/16, 6:55PM EDT


Brian Bowen | Chicago MeanStreets (IL)

Hampton Statistics (4 games): 22.5 PPG, 8.3 RPG, 1.3 APG

Though MeanStreets has performed inconsistently throughout the season thus far, Bowen’s all-around greatness has been the one constant and likely the one factor keeping the team afloat. Bowen is highly skilled around the post and out on the perimeter, looking just as at comfortable taking bigger players to the three-point line as he is using his size to post up smaller guards and forwards down low. Due to his length, Bowen has also been steadily improving on the defensive end, showing he will do whatever he has to in order to win.

Jordan Goodwin | STL Eagles (MO)

Hampton Statistics (4 games): 16.0 PPG, 10.0 RPG, 2.8 APG

Possessing one of the strongest pound-for-pound frames in the country along with great quickness and speed, Goodwin is a walking mismatch and he continued to exploit that throughout the third session. Goodwin’s outside shooting is the one thing that is holding his back from averaging 20 and 10 at this point, and if he can develop more consistency in that area between now and July, he would be ready to take his game and the Eagles’ to the next level. Goodwin is yet another player on this list who serves as both the leader and glue for his squad.

Troy Brown | LV Prospects (NV)


Hampton Statistics (4 games): 17.0 PPG, 8.5 RPG, 3.0 APG, 2.0 SPG

Brown has played very well throughout the season in 2016, but much of the big-time stat-lines have been produced by his teammate Charles O’Bannon. The Prospects combo guard reminded everyone what he is capable of with his combination of size and skill, putting up some stat-stuffing lines while starting multiple fastbreaks on his own with his emphasis on crashing the boards. Brown also guarded the opposition’s best player throughout the weekend and did a great job on that end of the court as well.

Hasahn French | PSA Cardinals (NY)

Hampton Statistics (4 games): 13.8 PPG, 11.8 RPG, 1.3 SPG

With star big man Mo Bamba out for the weekend, the PSA Cardinals needed somebody to step up to provide Quade Green and Brandon Randolph with an additional scoring threat, and French answered the call in a big way in Hampton, exceeding his previous scoring standards and helping PSA to go undefeated as if nothing had changed. French, who is a rather imposing young man even in this league, showed a soft touch and solid instincts around the rim, while helping Green get the break going by dominating the boards.

Marvin Bagley III | Phoenix Phamily (AZ)

Hampton Statistics (4 games): 19.8 PPG, 11.3 RPG, 1.5 APG, 2.0 BPG

Though his Phoenix Phamily squad didn’t fare too well in Hampton, Bagley continued to improve and evolve into the dominant force he will inevitably become. Even with opposing defenses locked in on the star big man, Bagley was never rattled and was an absolute force on the boards and in the paint throughout the weekend. His jumper was also as fluid and consistent as ever, which likely means a 20 PPG session is right around the corner.

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