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i95Ballerz.com Summer League performers Pt. 1






Ron Bailey, Publisher

Northewst DC based league (#i95BSL) has many talented guys.

May 5, 2014 - With the i95Ballerz.com Summer League in full swing, talented players are flocking to Lamond Recreation Center in Northwest, DC. Weekly we discuss some of them. Following are four.

Luther Anderson - 5'10", 175 pound rising sophomore point guard, Dunbar HS (DC) - A strong guard that gets into the lane using his body positioning and change of pace moves, Anderson plays like a much older player.

Must further develop his stop and pop game - thereby opening things up. He's become a better spot up shooter, but could improve still, as well as drive to pass instead of doing so when the shot isn't there.

Luther Anderson at the rim.

Anthony Tate - 5'9", 170 pound rising senior point guard, Takoma Academy (MD) - Capable of playing both guard positions, Tate can set up teammates and score on drives.
Must get stronger for college, which will help his shooting's consistency. Is a competitor.

Washington Adventist has offered, while Bowie State, Northern Arizona and Wagner are interested.

Thomas Jackson - 6'4", 185 pound rising senior forward, Cardozo HS (DC) - Jackson, Cardozo's most consistent offensive performer, could evolve into a true DCIAA sleeper; the lefty finishes and spots up well.

He must further develop his right hand ball handling and separation moves for college.

Andrew Winbush - 6'2", 165 pound rising senior guard, Central HS (MD) - The lone contributor returning from Central's state semifinal run this past season, Winbush will be counted on to lead, distribute and score.

A competent driver, Winbush must work on his left hand and strength, the latter improving his outside shooting's consistency.


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