Greg Oden "06" National Player of the Year
There is no other player in the class of "06" that can be considered for National Player of the Year before Greg Oden.
Greg Oden has competed at all levels of competetion. He has had a great high school career and a great traveling basketball
career. Greg Oden is not only a great individual player ,but he also is a winner. Greg Oden lead his team Spiece Indy Heat
to many championships during the "05 Summer". Geg Oden is all a team needs to win. He acn do everything in the inside. Which
is why he is the highest rated "06" post player and "06" player in the nation.
OJ Mayo "07" National Player of the Year
OJ Mayo is the one of the best players in the nation regardless of class. He is a great scorer, passer, rebounder and
defender. He has recieved the most hype of any other high school basketball player since Lebron James. OJ Mayo is a 6,5 PG
that can do it all. He impresses many as he fluently collects 25 points and 10 assists against high level competetion. OJ
Mayo has always showed his A game anywhere he has played. He played well at Kingwood Classic, Reebok Big Time, Hoop or
Hype, and Reebok ABCD Camp. Which are some of the most competetive tournaments/camps in America.
Tyreke Evans "08" National Player of the Year
The is no reason Ty Evans shouldnt recieve National Player of the Year. He is a 6,4 PG that can handle the ball,pass,shoot
and defend like a small gaurd. At the same time he can rebound, block shots, and penetrate like a 6,8 gaurd. Ty Evans is stacked
with Athleticism. He is very proved player. He started getting recognition when he and Brandon Jennings of So Cal All Stars
lead P Miller Ballers to a National AAU Championship.He later on joined Reebok Raiders. Which is a highly skilled team. Ty
Evans is young but playes as if he belongs to the senior class. He playes to his complete potential every time he steps
on the court. He put up impressive numbers for Reebok Raiders as he averaged double digits.Tyreke Evans is ranked the best
player in America in the class of "08", and it is not hard to see why.
Lance Stephenson "09" National Player of the Year.
Lance Stephenson is all we had in mind for the National Player of the Year.
Lance Stephenson is a flashy 6,5 G out of Brooklyn, New York. He keeps fans out of thier seat with his deadly crossovers.
He has some of the best ball handling skills ive ever seen. He has proved his game on all levels of competetion. He
currently playes for New York Panthers. Whick is one of the best 17U teams in the state of New York. He is the only 14 year
old starter for the Panthers. He also is the only player they have under 16 years old. He proved he could compete with the
big boys when he averaged double digits for the 17U Panthers. He also made a name for himself when he went hard on highly
rated "07" gaurd Oj Mayo at the 2005 ABCD Camp.He is the most deserving "09" Player in America. Which is why he was our
pick for "09" National Player of the Year.