His name is Austin Harvell. Virtually unknown to the basketball world, largely in part to a broken leg he sustained only two games into his freshman season at Clements High School that put and end to his season. Disappointed but not deterred from his dream he continued to work and was committed to getting back on the court to do what he loved.
There weren't many big names in the 17U field this year but there were some new faces. Central Park continues to hit the international trail while a few sleepers have arisen. The class of 2019 has always been good and its starting to fill out with some depth.
Jayden Stone 6’3” SG (Central Park/Team Carroll Premier 2020) is the new face and may be the best player in the class. He hasn’t been in America too long but has already made a name for himself in Alabama. He has a complete game and can score on all levels.
The Southern Spring Invitational, hosted by Team Carroll Premier, is one of the best events in the south hosting over 300 teams at the Birmingham Jefferson Civic Center. It’s a good measuring tool to evaluate most of the young talent in the state as they go ahead to ahead.