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Nike EYBL All-Hampton: Third Team

By D1Circuit, 05/31/18, 4:30PM EDT


Al-Amir Dawes

Team: Playaz Club (NJ)
Record: 2-2 (8-8 overall)

EYBL Hampton stats: 20.8 PPG, 37% 3PT, 4.8 APG, 2.8 RPG, 1.5 SPG
Full season stats

Game 1: 13 PTS, 3 REB, 6 AST, 1 STL
Game 2: 20 PTS, 2 REB, 3 AST, 2 STL
Game 3: 25 PTS, 1 REB, 4 AST, 2 STL
Game 4: 25 PTS (9-16 FG 7-13 3PM), 5 REB, 6 AST, 1 STL

Al-Amir Dawes took his game to another level in Hampton, helping the Playaz secure a Peach Jam berth behind some gaudy numbers. The 6-foot-1 Dawes put up 25 points, five rebounds and six assists in the regular season finale, doing everything he could in a buzzer-beating loss to the Renaissance. Dawes has proven to be one of the most electric guards on the circuit, and his ability to score while remaining a valued facilitator is his biggest asset. Look for Dawes to be the main offensive weapon for the Playaz in July, assisted by Khalif Battle, Zach Freemantle and Justin Winston.

Brycen Goodine

Team: BABC (MA)
Record: 3-1 (7-9 overall)

EYBL Hampton stats: 20.8 PPG, 48.3 FG%, 5.0 RPG, 3.0 APG
Full season stats

Game 1: 24 PTS (10-17 FG), 4 REB, AST, BLK
Game 2: 28 PTS (9-16 FG), 2 REB, 3 AST, STL, BLK
Game 3: 12 PTS (3-8 FG), 4 REB, 6 AST, STL
Game 4: 19 PTS (7-19 FG), 10 REB, 2 AST, STL

Brycen Goodine capped off a terrific junior campaign in the EYBL, enjoying his best session to date. Goodine showed off his versatility in BABC's three-win session, including the first 10-rebound game of his career. The Syracuse verbal-commit is going to make a lot of Orange fans happy, and judging by his current development, Goodine should be a full-fledged point guard by the time he steps on campus. BABC fell short of a Peach Jam bid, but Goodine will have them competing at a high level at July's Peach Invitational.

Malik Hall

Team: MOKAN Elite (KS)
Record: 4-0 (12-4 overall)

EYBL Hampton stats: 15.5 PPG, 58.1 FG%, 4.3 RPG, 3.5 APG
Full season stats

Game 1: 19 PTS (8-13 FG), 8 REB, 7 AST, 2 STL
Game 2: 13 PTS (5-9 FG), 3 AST, 2 REB
Game 3: 11 PTS (5-9 FG), 3 REB, 2 AST
Game 4: 19 PTS (7-12 FG), 4 REB, 2 AST, STL

MOKAN went 4-0 in Hampton, riding the stellar all-around play of Malik Hall. The 6-foot-7 Hall showed flashes of stardom during the first three sessions, but put it all together during session four. He came out guns blazing, dropping 19 points, eight rebounds seven assists and two steals on the 3rd-ranked Houston Hoops. Hall shot 58.1 percent from the floor, not forcing anything while playing within himself all weekend. Hall was a number of weapons surrounding him, and leads one of the league's best defense.  If Hall performs like this in July, MOKAN is going to be an extremely tough matchup for the rest of the league. 

Tyrese Maxey

Team: Houston Hoops (TX)
Record: 3-1 (12-4 overall)

EYBL Hampton stats: 17.5 PPG, 5.0 RPG, 5.0 APG, 1.5 SPG
Full season stats

Game 1: 25 PTS, 3 REB, 4 AST, 2 STL
Game 2: 7 PTS, 7 REB, 9 AST, 2 STL
Game 3: 21 PTS, 7 REB, 3 AST, STL
Game 4: 17 PTS, 3 REB, 4 AST, STL

Houston Hoops went 3-1 in Hampton, relying on Tyrese Maxey's playmaking ability throughout the entire session. Maxey's shot was off in game two, but he proved he is more than capable in other facets of the game, collecting nine assists, seven rebounds and two steals. Maxey has been a model of consistency the entire season, and remained steady during session four. Houston Hoops ended the season 12-4, and will be a contender in July, thanks to Maxey's production and a talented, close-knit supporting cast.

Trayce Jackson-Davis

Team: Indy Heat (IN)
Record: 1-3 (9-7 overall)

EYBL Hampton stats: 22.3 PPG, 58.7 FG%, 8.8 RPG, 1.5 BPG
Full season stats

Game 1: 28 PTS (14-21 FG), 8 REB, 2 BLK
Game 2: 13 PTS (2-7 FG), 9 REB
Game 3: 20 PTS (8-13 FG), 8 REB
Game 4: 28 PTS (13-22 FG), 10 REB, 4 BLK

Trayce Jackson-Davis had his best EYBL session of the season in Hampton, averaging 22 points and nine rebounds in a tough final session for the Indy Heat. They wound up winning their finale after and 0-3 start, and their Peach Jam-clinching win wouldn't have been possible without Jackson-Davis. In a must-win game over MeanStreets, without start Keion Brooks, Jackson-Davis went nuts, recording 28 points and 10 rebounds on 13-for-22 shooting. Jackson-Davis and Brooks give Indy Heat one of the best one-two frontcourt combinations in the country, and they should be a dangerous duo in July.

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