Legacy Sports and Sciences took the trip to Spring Creek Academy and won 78-69

A ton of talented individuals shared the basketball court in this game. Very refreshing to see. Legacy SSS, out of Houston came to the Dallas area to go up against none other than Spring Creek Academy, one of this area’s finest teams. OTR Exposure breaks down how each standout player performed, and a little bit of recruitment talk as well.

‘22 For Legacy SSS Jevon Hill, a 6-8 wing, was a clear standout from jump. Hill was knocking it down from down-town heavily in the 1st half. He displayed a quick and smooth jump-shot. He was able to benefit from shooting it both off-catch and dribble. During second half, Hill found his way into the paint area, where he finished easily, and converted at the free-throw line. Hill pitched in 16 points. He holds an offer from Friends University.

‘22 6’8 F Dionjae Thomas (Legacy SSS) was a nightmare on both ends. He got his cookies, showcased strong moves to the cup, especially a toughened spin move. Thomas continuously finished at the rim, as he showed several huge dunks off-catch, scored lay-ins in several ways. Thomas has offers from Tulane, New Orleans, Southern Miss, FAU, Texas State, and more.

‘23 6’2 G Fred Payne (Legacy SSS) ..The amount of confidence he had pulling up from yonder NBA range off-dribble was thrilling, as he made the deep 3-pt shots he ventured. Payne excels with the ball in his hands. Payne splits defenders well, secure with the rock. He made most of his free-throws. Payne finished with a game-high 17 points. He holds offers from Saint Louis, Boston College, Ole Miss, Louisiana, Tulane, and others.

‘22 F Belal Elshakery (Spring Creek Academy) is a major problem for teams. Elshakery has good size and strength for the forward position. He showed toughness and finished at the basket, that’s what was continually on display for the Spring Creek senior. Elshakery moves at a rapid pace and creates mis-match situations for players from numerous positions with his movement, strength, and skills with the ball. He made quick cuts and converted at the rim on several plays. Elshakery made quick passes from post, finished acrobatically, and showed off his bounce.

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