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Greg Elliott Highlights – EYBL Session 2

Endless Motor Sports was on hand to witness 2017 combo guard Greg Elliott (East English Village Prep HS) continue to turn heads on the EYBL circuit in Indianapolis. The 6’4 combo averaged 8.3 points, 4.5 rebounds, and 3.3 assists per game over the weekend. Elliott was extraordinarily efficient, shooting 63% from the field, 81% from the FT line, and 67% from three. To top it all off, Greg played lockdown defense, averaging a steal and nearly a block per game and helped the cause in 2 wins for The Family 17u.  Greg knocked down several catch and shoot 3s, played his usual lockdown defense, and rebounded the ball well, but it was his improved ball skills and court vision that caught the eyes of college coaches. Greg had several nice dimes in the half court and transition coming via the dribble drive that showed the ability for Elliott to play point guard at the next level. Greg added offers from DePaul, Rice, and Valparaiso during the past week and is receiving interest from Utah and U of M as well. See below for full highlights of Greg....

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Jamal Cain Highlights – EYBL Session 2 Indianapolis

Endless Motor Sports was on hand to witness 4 star wing Jamal Cain (17/The Family) continue his breakout on the national scene in Indianapolis for EYBL session 2. The 6’7 wing shook off a quiet start on Friday, and averaged 14.3 points and 4.7 rebounds per game on 53% from the field and 40% from 3 over the last 3 games and helped the cause in 2 wins for The Family 17u.  Jamal displayed his usual highlight reel athleticism around the rim for several jaw-dropping finishes, flashed the ability to change direction in tight spaces, and shot the lights out from both mid-range and distance. After receiving offers from Marquette, Cincinnati, Boston College, and St. Bonaventures last week, Cain is now receiving interest from Florida State. The talented junior and his family are heading to the University of Michigan on Wednesday for a full academic tour and campus visit with head coach John Beilein. See below for full highlights of Jamal....

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Jaren Jackson Jr Highlights – EYBL Session 2 Indianapolis

Jaren Jackson Jr (17/Indy Heat), a 6’10 power forward out of Park Tudor High School in Indianapolis was absolutely great vs. Team Final for session 2 of the EYBL. Jackson displayed his sweet stroke as he knocked down multiple shots from distance and used his phenomenal ball skills and court vision for a big to create easy layups for his teammates in both the half-court and transition. The #59 player in the country for the class of 2017 per Scout, Jackson had the crowd and college coaches amazed that a 6’10 prospect could look so fluid in terms of ball skills and shooting. See below for highlights of Jaren....

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Markell Johnson Highlights from EYBL Session 2

Markell Johnson (17/King James), a 6’1 combo guard out of East Tech High School in Cleveland was absolutely great vs. All Ohio in Indianapolis for session 2 of the EYBL. Johnson used his elite athleticism to beat defenders off the dribble, jump passing lanes, and finish at the rim. The #54 player in the country for the class of 2017 per ESPN, Johnson had the crowd buzzing with a wide array of moves to get to the basket. See below for full highlights of...

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UM EYBL Session 2 Evaluation Review: John Beilein Makes Jamal Cain a Priority

Head coach John Beilein and his shorthanded staff headed to Indianapolis for the second weekend of the April live evaluation period, and focused primarily on the Nike EYBL in Indianapolis. Coach Beilein evaluated several prospects and attended a plethora of games, but no doubt prioritized 2017 wing Jamal Cain. See below for a full rundown of prospects and games that Coach Beilein and staff took in. Saturday 4/23   9:30am: Coach Beilein’s first stop of the morning was to take in 2017 wing Brian Bowen and Meanstreets vs. Albany City Rocks. Although Bowen does not currently hold an offer from UM, Beilein no doubt has strong interest in the versatile 6’7 wing. While Coach Beilein was checking in on Bowen, assistant Coach Jeff Meyer checked out Kyle Young (offered) and King James (Cleveland) vs. All Ohio. The 6’8 forward had a quiet game but appeared to be a UM priority over the weekend.     11am Coach Beilein was front and center for 2017 wing Jamal Cain’s first game of the day for The Family vs. BABC. The 6’6 wing is scheduled to visit UM for the full academic and campus tour on April 27th, where he will likely receive an official offer. University of Michigan head coach John Beilein sitting front row for Jamal Cain (17) and The Family vs BABC #EYBL pic.twitter.com/AsWdB2Uu88 — Endless Motor Sports (@endless_motor) April 23, 2016   After The Family game concluded,...

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