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1st Team All-EYBL

By D1 Circuit Staff, 07/02/15, 5:15PM EDT


De'Aaron Fox: Houston Hoops

Mr. Fox has torn up the EYBL for three years, and he's never been better. Fox excels at nearly everything on the basketball floor, utilizing his athleticism and quickness to constantly beat his defender off the dribble. If anything, Fox is too unselfish, utilizing the weapons at his disposal. He's a model representative of the EYBL, and will likely have an enormous Peach Jam.

Malik Monk: Arkansas Wings

Malik Monk has been something special in the EYBL, winning a 16U Championship two-years ago and setting the EYBL single-game scoring record with 59 points against All Ohio Red in 2014. This year, Monk had his strongest supporting staff yet, and continued to put up extremely impressive numbers despite constant defensive pressure. Monk's presence alone makes the Wings a legitimate contender in North Augusta.

Miles Bridges: The Family Detroit

Bridges' transformation to guards is complete, as the 6-foot-7 athlete proved this spring that he's ready to have the ball in his hands. Operating alongside star guard Cassius Winston, Bridges was able to take his game to another level. He's stronger and more physical than just about every guard in the nation, and he has utilized those traits to turn The Family into a dangerous opponent in North Augusta.

Jayson Tatum: St. Louis Eagles

Jayson Tatum put together one of the most complete statistical resumes on the 2015 circuit, and he might be better than his numbers imply. Blessed with exceptional offensive talent for a player with his frame, Tatum employs a non-stop motor and impressive basketball IQ to put up numbers - and wins. Top to bottom, the Eagles may have the most impressive roster heading into Peach Jam, and Tatum will be looking to take advantage.

Harry Giles: Team CP3

What more can be said about Harry Giles? The 6-foot-11 budding superstar has never been better, averaging a double-double while displaying moments of sheer dominance on the 2015 EYBL circuit. He led Team CP3 to a 15-2 record, good enough for the EYBL regular-season championship. ESPN's No. 1 ranked player isn't satisfied yet - anything less than a Peach Jam Championship would be a bitter disappointment.