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All-EYBL: Second Team

By D1 Circuit Staff, 06/05/17, 9:45PM EDT


Coby White | Team CP3 (NC)

Games Played: 16 GP

Team Record: 13-3

Stats: 21.6 PPG, 55.9 FG%, 24 3PTM, 3.5 RPG, 3.1 APG, 1.3 SPG

Coby White put the nation on notice with his strong play this spring, showing off his prowess as an elite scorer as well as a dynamic playmaker for his team. Capable of slashing to the cup, hitting a floater over a bigger defender, or getting hot from downtown, White has an aggressive mindset scoring the ball that makes him tough to handle at any level. With his Team CP3 (13-3) family playing like one of the country’s premiere teams, there is no better stage for this floor general than facing off against the best-of-the-best in Augusta. No one will be surprised if Mr. White continues to blow up in July while leading CP3 to a title.

Foster Loyer | All Ohio Red

Games Played: 16

Team Record: 13-3

Stats: 17.5 PPG, 50.3 FG%, 42.5 3PT% (37 3PTM), 98.8 FT% (83/84 FT), 3.7 APG, 2.9 RPG

Foster Loyer isn't flashy, but man, he's just about everything else. If you want a point guard who knows his teammate's strengths and weaknesses and can also carry a hefty scoring load himself, look no further than the All Ohio Red floor leader. Loyer’s bread and butter is working with the pick and roll, where he is just as dangerous searching for a teammate as he is launching a deep one from range. A true winner, Loyer will do whatever it takes to defend All Ohio's E16 Peach Jam title from a year ago. Playing with Dane Goodwin, Thomas Kithier, Vincent Williams and company, Loyer is clearly working with a loaded squad, and they will not be intimidated easily in North Augusta.

Cameron Reddish | Team Final (PA)

Games Played: 16 GP

Team Record: 7-9

Stats: 22.6 PPG, 75.9 FT% (107 FTM), 7.8 RPG, 3.0 APG, 1.5 SPG

Cam Reddish is one of a dozen or so players in the League (several of which are on our All-League squads) whose position is tough to nail down. With the length and athleticism of a wing, the strength of a power forward, and the court vision of a point guard, Reddish is absolutely dynamite with the rock in his hands. Pairing with Louis King in the Team Final rotation, the two made for arguably the league’s best duo this season. Reddish was the primary source of scoring and playmaking all year, and will have a chance to make noise in Peach Jam if they win their play-in game against Nike Team Florida. Reddish is a 5-star recruit for a reason, and he showed off his entire repertoire this spring.

Simisola Shittu | CIA Bounce (CAN)

Games Played: 16

Team Record: 8-8

Stats: 20.1 PPG, 58.5 FG%, 10.2 RPG, 3.0 APG, 1.4 BPG, 1.2 SPG

Simisola Shittu was one of the country’s breakout players in 2016, showing off a raw offensive game and freakish athleticism in leading CIA Bounce to a Peach Jam berth. This season, the combo forward took all aspects of his game to the next level, showing off a solid jumper and great court vision. Shittu routinely had the toughest defensive assignment on the floor as well, which he normally thrived in and made a name for himself as an all-around defensive ace. His numbers are gaudy, and we fully expect him to match or improve on them in July. CIA Bounce will be a dark-horse as the 6 seed Division D, but with Shittu and Ignas Brazdeikis healthy, they have a chance to beat anyone in the league.

Emmitt Williams | E1T1 (FL)

Games Played: 16

Team Record: 12-4

Stats: 17.6 PPG, 48.0 3PT% (12 3PTM), 11.6 RPG, 1.6 APG, 1.3 BPG

Carrying on from losing Kevin Knox from one of the EYBL’s best teams, E1T1 didn’t need to look far for their star and leader heading into 2017. Emmitt Williams has been an absolute monster from the opening tip, using his freakish physical assets and instincts to put up multiple 20-20 games while leading his Florida boys to a great regular season showing. Williams has added to his offensive repertoire, and when he is in a rhythm and feeling it, few players in the country are tougher to stop on either end of the floor. Williams will be one of the best athletes in North Augusta and will undoubtedly make E1T1 strong contenders in Pool A. 

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