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Featuring NIKE’s 40 elite 17 & under travel team programs, the league allows for continuous competition at each location as team records are cumulative throughout all league play. The top 24 teams after the four regular season events qualify to play in the EYBL Finals at the NIKE Peach Jam in North Augusta, SC.
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Athletes First Allonzo Trier selected to the USA Basketball 18 Under National Team
The 12-member 2014 USA Basketball Men’s U18 National Team was announced Sunday morning and features seven players boasting of prior USA Basketball experience, including Stanley Johnson (Mater Dei H.S./Fullerton, Calif.), Tyus Jones (Apple Valley H.S./Apple Valley, Minn.) and Justise Winslow (St. John’s School/Houston, Texas), who each have won two gold medals playing internationally for USA Basketball.
Also included on the official USA U18 roster are: Isaiah Briscoe (Roselle Catholic H.S./Union, N.J.); Jaylen Brown (Wheeler H.S./Alpharetta, Ga.); Jalen Brunson (Adlai E. Stevenson H.S./Lincolnshire, Ill.); Luke Kennard (Franklin H.S./Franklin, Ohio); Tyler Lydon (New Hampton School/Elizaville, N.Y.); Dwayne Morgan (St. Francis Academy/Baltimore, Md.); Allonzo Trier (Montrose Christian/Seattle, Wash.); Myles Turner (Trinity H.S./Bedford, Texas); and Stephen Zimmerman (Bishop Gorman H.S./Las Vegas, Nev.).
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Allonzo Trier set to transfer to Findlay Prep
Athletes First guard Allonzo Trier, who will likely become the EYBL's career scoring-leader, has decided to transfer to Findlay Prep in Henderson, Nevada.
The 6-foot-4 combo guard played his junior season at Montrose Christian in Maryland, but felt the need to make a change. He released the following statement upon the news he was switching schools:
Trier is extremely talented, but remains humble as he progresses through his career. He is a very personable young man and is extremely well-spoken, traits that coaches across the country have fallen in love with. He has taken a game to a completely new level, and will continue to grow his game while being surrounded with elite talent at Findlay.
#OTRHoopsReport Prospect Eval – Allonzo Trier – May 27, 2014
Trier has positioned himself as the nation’s premier scorer in the class of 2015.
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It is not even a question who the most consistent scorer has been on the EYBL Circuit this spring. Currently averaging 29.4 points per game, Allonzo Trier of Seattle, Wash., is putting points up at a remarkable rate. Standing at 6-foot-5, Trier has a lethal combination of size and body control that allows him to put up points in bunches.
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In June 2014, Allonzo Trier put up one of the most impressive scoring performances of all time; recording 7 back-to-back thirty point games at the NIKE EYBL above 50% shooting.
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