Sean Dorcaster, G, Medford: Sean is a solid off guard with the ability to shoot off the dribble or drive strong to the basket. He was able to score in a variety of ways and almost willed his team to
victory against eventual champions New Mission. The colleges in attendance had a close eye on him as we expect Sean to be one of the top players in the GBL this season.
Sam Dowden, G/F, Andover: Sam has improved dramatically since his freshmen year and may be one of the hardest working players in the state. His strong build and knockdown shooting ability make him
a nice college prospect and a nightmare for coaches in the MVC.
Shaquan Murray, G, New Mission: Although backcourt mate Greg Bridges gets alot of the attention, Murray was the most consistent guard for the Titans at the shootout. He plays with a controlled aggressiveness and has an uncanny ability to get to the basket. His key baskets in the semi-final game allowed New Mission to break away from a pesky Arlington Catholic team.
Alex Sugarman, C,
Concord-Carlisle: Alex had a great shootout and was the key to C-C's run to the finals. He looks to still be a work in progress, but he has nice touch around the basket and runs the floor well. If he can stay on the floor and avoid foul
trouble, C-C will be one of the contenders in the DCL this
Matt Woods, G, Arlington Catholic:
Probably the most underrated player at the shootout, Woods showed a complete game last Saturday. He hit threes, pull-up jump shots, posted up smaller guards, and defended players at all positions. He is continuing to improve his game and by season's end could be a prospect worthy of many colleges' attention.
Kyle Foote, G,
Greg Bridges, G, New
Juwan Gooding, G, New Mission
Taylor, F, Concord-Carlisle
Jamir Henderson, G, Concord-Carlisle
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