LILBURN, Ga. – A berth to the state tournament is a precious gift that only a handful of team are able to achieve each year. For a young coach like Central Gwinnett’s Branden Mayweather, coming up just short of that goal only fuels the fire to continue building a first-class program. That was the case on Monday night as the Black Knights lost a nail biter to region rival Dacula. Given the steps that the program has made in Mayweather’s short tenure, we expect them to have the school back to the state tournament days of Isley Malone and Darren Williams sooner than later.
Anthony Haskins (Lawrenceville, Ga.) online writing help – Central Gwinnett HS – 2015
Haskins has legitimate length on the interior already. On Monday night, he showed glimpses of the prospect he could become finishing around the rim with a flush in traffic. Standing at 6-foot-8, he has the size to potentially be effective at either post position. For now, he is manning the middle for Mayweather’s Central Gwinnett team and made a couple of key plays down the stretch for the Black Knights. Haskins will be on hand for the Elite Basketball Academy Top 40 Workout on March 9, 2014.
Shaun Jones (Lawrenceville, Ga.) – Central Gwinnett HS – 2014
Jones was named the Region Player of the Year and for good reason. The 6-3 scoring guard is strong enough to attack the basket seemingly at will. Using a help with essay introduction very different style of play, Jones impact on Central Gwinnett’s run this season is reminiscent to that of Lipscomb’s redshirt freshman J.C. Hampton of East Hall HS (GA). Hampton was a shooter while Jones excels attacking opposing defenders but both were elite level scorers at their position on the high school level. Hampton is averaging 31 minutes a night for the Bison so far this year projecting well for whatever school that Jones decides to attend. Like Haskins, Jones will be on hand at the Elite Basketball Academy Top 40 Workout.
#EBAHighlightReel on Jones courtesy of @KrisWatkinsPSB:
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