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Flagrant Fouls Summer All-Canadians

Posted on 06. Aug, 2010 by Nolan Shulman in Canada Spotlight

After grinding it out on the circuit and spending a good portion of April through July on the road, Flagrant Fouls is proud to release our Summer All-Canadians

We sent representatives to Pitt Jam Fest (PA), King James Shooting Stars Classic (OH),  All-Canada Classic (ON),  Spiece Run N Slam (IN),  Baltimore Elite Invitational (VA), Nike EYBL (CA),  Pangos All-American Camp (CA),  Rumble in the Bronx (NY),  Lebron James Skills Academy (OH), King City Classic (OH), ESPN Super Soph Camp (OH), NIKE EYBL Peach Jam (GA), West Virginia Jam Fest (WV), Las Vegas (Fab 48 & Adidas Super 64) (NV), AAU Super Showcase (FL), AAU Nationals (FL), B-Game Prospect Camp (ON), and the All-Canada Prospect Camp (ON), ensuring no stone was left unturned.  

 

**** Please Note that these lists are based solely on a players performance this summer.  Unlike in our rankings, It does not take potential into consideration ****

 

MVP

Myck Kabongo, Grassroots Canada 17U

Myck had as good a summer as any prospect in North America.  He won back to back MVP's at the Pangos All-American Camp and All-Canada Classic, led the U18 World Championship team to a Bronze medal in San Antonio, and made appearances at prestigious camps such as the NBA Top 100 Camp and the LeBron James Skills Academy.  His success this summer cemented his status as a future McDonald's All-American and #1 player in Canada.  

 

 

 

Denfensive MVP

Khem Birch, Expressions 17U

 

Khem has risen up the rankings over the course of the spring and summer and is now a concencus top ten player in the class of 2012.  He's #1 in his class north of the border and his performances at the Baltimore Elite Invitational and King City Classic proved that when it comes to protecting the rim, giving all out effort, and rebounding out of his area, Khem might be the best 2012 in the world.  

 

 

FIrst Team All-Canadians

 

 

G- Myck Kabongo,Grassroots Canada 17U (6-2, 2011)

G- Kevin Pangos, Northern Kings 17U (6-1, 2012)

F- Kyle Wiltjer, Oakland Soldiers 17U (6-9, 2011)

C- Sim Bhullar, Takeover Canada 16U (7-4, 2012)

C - Khem Birch, Expressions 17U (6-9, 2012)

 

 

Second Team All-Canadians

 

 

G- Nick Stauskas, Grassroots Canada 17U (6-5, 2012)

G- Dylan Ennis, Takeover Canada 17U (6-1, 2011)

F- Kevin Thomas, Grassroots Canada 17U (6-8, 2011)

F- Grandy Glaze, Takeover Canada 17U(6-7, 2011)

F- Anthony Bennett, Takeover Canada 16U (6-7, 2012)

 

 

Third Team All-Canadians 

 

 

G- Negus Wester-Chan, Takeover Canada 16U (6-7, 2012)

G- Kemmy Osse, Takeover Canada 17U(6-1, 2011) 

F- Stefan Jankovic, Basketball Stars of America 16U (6-9, 2012)

F- Dyshawn Pierre, Whitby Wildcats 17U (6-7, 2012)

C- David Wagner, BC Basketball 17U (6-8, 2011)

 

 

Breakout Player of the Summer

 

G- Jarryn Skeete, Team Takeover Canada 16U (6-2, 2012)

 

When Jermaine Myers left TTC to play for Indiana Elite a spot opened up for Jarryn to run with the Takeover A-Team.  In his first tournament with the squad, Jarryn led his team filled with high major prospects to it's only title of the summer. His style was exactly what TTC was lacking.  A pass first point guard capable dictating the tempo, keeping all the egos happy, and understanding when his team needed him to score.  He continued to play well in both Orlando and the B-Game prospect camp, earning himself a spot in the Canadian Class of 2012's TOP 10.  

 

Performance of the Summer 

 

Andrew Wiggins, Canadian Cadet National Team 17U (6-6, 2014)

His Youtube Video last year set off the hype machine. After all, there aren't too many 15 year olds who can say they have a highlight clip that's been viewed more than 1.2 million times.  Playing against the powerhouse Americans at the U17 World Championships in Germany, Wiggins proved he was more than just a 90 second highlight clip.  He made 7-13 shots for 20 points, had 9 free throw attempts, pulled down 5 rebounds, and blocked 2 shots in just 22 minutes.  Better yet, by not playing AAU this summer his performance in Germany was the only taste anyone got of the worlds best 2014 prospect.  He seems to have a mystique building that has people wondering if he'll eventually be the best prospect to ever come out of Canada.  

 

All-Underclassmen

 

 

G- Duane Notice, BJC Magic 17U (6-3, 2013)

G- Xavier Rathan Mayes, Grassroots Canada 15U (6-2, 2013)

G- Tyler Ennis, Team Takeover Canada 15U (6-2, 2013)

F- Andrew Wiggins, Team Canada Cadet Team 17U (6-6, 2014)

F- Mikyle McIntosh, Grassroots Canada 15U (6-6, 2013)

 


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One Response to “Flagrant Fouls Summer All-Canadians”

  1. VIDEO: Sim Bhullar 1st Team Summer All-Canadian | Flagrant Fouls 08. Aug, 2010

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