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Standouts From The Dallas Blowout Last Weekend - Part 1

10/08/2019, 9:00am EDT
By JucoRecruiting.com

This past weekend I attended the Dallas Blowout hosted by Mike Mitchell and Jerry Mullen which featured over 60 Junior College Teams. I was able to watch 100’s of players over the 2 days. Below are several standouts from the event, all of which are 2020 Available Players (Part 1)

6’9 Forward Lat Mayen of Chipola (Pictured Above) – The TCU transfer showed his versatility and ability to play inside and out at a high level

6’3 Combo Guard Darreus Brown of Clarendon – The lefty guard made shots off the bounce and created shots for his teammates. Brown averaged 16.5 ppg, 4.3 rpg and 3.7 apg as a freshman at Mineral Area College last season

6’6 Forward Jakorie Smith of East Mississippi – The Freshman Qualifier was impressive rebounding and scoring inside with his back to basket

6’7 Forward Sherman Robinson of Navarro – Robinson never stops moving and affects the game rebounding and defending multiple positions. He can also knock down the 3 ball

6’7 Forward Terence Lewis of New Mexico – Lewis is one of the better defenders in the country and also very efficient scoring the ball. As a freshman for Florida Southwestern last season, he averaged 9.4 ppg and 5.4 rpg in limited minutes

6’0 Point Guard Demaree King of NOC Tonkawa – King showed his experience and shot making. The redshirt sophomore sat out in 18-19 due to injury but looks ready for the upcoming season

6’3 Shooting Guard Brayan Au of Ranger – Au showed he is one of the best all around shooters in the country, making 3’s and midrange pullups. He averaged 12.2 ppg last season as a freshman while shooting over 40% from 3

6’6 Guard Chance Moore of South Plains – Moore is one of the better playmaking guards at his size and is always in attack mode

6’6 Guard Zahir Porter of Independence – Porter made plays all over the court. He is smooth player that can play the 1-3

6’6 Forward Mitchell Seraille of Trinity Valley – The Stephen F Austin transfer showed his versatility finishing at the rim with powerful dunks and stepping out to shoot 3’s. He did a good job rebounding as well

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