Sunday, September 4, 2016

Ohio Players Standout at National Camp

Peeples, Livingston, Perie & Molton
Because the state of Ohio has a wealth of young basketball talent, it has become commonplace for our players to excel at national events.  Such was the case last weekend at the Middle School All-American Game and the Basketball Spotlight Camp in Maryland. Of the 4 Ohio-based players who attended the event, 3 of them were selected to the event’s all-star game.  Noah Peeples (5’10/PF/2021/Akron) put in work at the MS All-American Game last Friday where he garnered co-MVP honors while competing against the top players in the country.  During the camp, Chris Livingston’s (5’10/WF/2022/Akron) non-stop motor, lock down defense and scoring production punched his ticket to the all-star game. Adisa “Desh” Molton (4’1/PG/2023/Lyndhurst), one of the top PGs in the state, convinced evaluators that he deserved a bid to the 2023 all-star game as well. Tae Perie (5’6/SG/2021/Barberton) made the trip to Maryland also, but despite several highlight plays over the weekend, fell a little short of making the all-star games. Congrats to all of the above players for spotlighting Ohio Basketball.  Finally, all 4 of the aforementioned players will be participating in the Buckeye Prep Elite Showcase September 17th and 18th,

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