2012 JBC East Roster

2012 JBC West Team

Anderson Kyle Anderson
6-7 •  210 • Forward • St. Anthony H.S. • Jersey City, NJ
Hometown: Fairview, NJ • College: UCLA
Anderson is one of the most unique talents in the 2012 class. He is a highly skilled small forward with good length and a slight build that can play all three perimeter positions. He has excellent court vision and decision-making that help make him a great passer. He is at his best playing a 'point forward' position where he is a match up problem for any defense. Anderson will be attending UCLA next season.
Dunn Kris Dunn
6-3 • 180 • Guard • New London H.S. • New London, CT
Hometown: New London, CT • College: Providence
Dunn is a young and talented guard who is just beginning to scratch the surface of his potential. He is a big point guard with excellent athletic ability. Dunn is very adept at getting into the lane and breaking down the defense. He has good versatility in the backcourt and is able to play either guard position because of his length. Dunn will be attending Providence next season.
Grant Jerami Grant
6-7 • 200 • Forward • DeMatha Catholic H.S. • Hyattsville, MD
Hometown: Hyattsville, MD • College: Syracuse
A skilled offensive player, Grant is capable of scoring in a variety of ways on the court. He is an athletic forward who is a force on the boards. Grant also has great basketball roots as his father and uncle played in the NBA. He is a potential face-up four man with the ability to get things done with his length and skills around the rim. Grant will be attending Syracuse next season.
Harris Gary Harris
6-4 • 195 • Guard • Hamilton Southeastern H.S. • Fishers, IN
Hometown: Indianapolis, IN • College: Michigan State
Gary Harris is one of the most gifted athletes in the class of 2012. He competes on every play and does a great job using his length and anticipation on the defensive side of the ball. Harris slashes and finishes at the rim with great touch and body control. He will attend Michigan State next season.
Johnson Brice Johnson
6-9 • 210 • Forward • Edisto H.S. • Cordova, SC
Hometown: Cordova, SC • College: North Carolina
Brice Johnson has great athleticism, wingspan and skills. He makes his presence felt on the defensive end by contesting and blocking shots. Offensively he has good hands and can run the floor well for his size. He has an effective mid-range jumper to keep defenses guessing. Johnson will be attending North Carolina next fall.
Ledo Ricardo Ledo
6-6 • 180 • Guard • South Kent School • South Kent, CT
Hometown: Providence, RI • College: Providence
Arguably the best scorer in the 2012 class, Ledo is a pure shooter who is capable of knocking down buckets from any spot on the floor. He has great size for his position with a long build, explosive athleticism, and the full range of offensive skills. Ledo also sees the court very well and can dish out assists with both hands. Ledo will attend Providence next season.
Noel_Nerlens Nerlens Noel
6-10 • 215 • Center • Tilton School • Tilton, NH
Hometown: Everett, MA • College: Kentucky
Nerlens Noel is arguably the top player in the class of 2012. He has the uncanny ability to block almost any shot that is taken within his reach. Noel has great defensive instincts, which is helped by his good size, length, and quick bounce. For a big man he has precise timing and incredible mobility. Offensively he has developed into a terrific passer from the high post and can score in transition. Noel is undecided on his college choice for next season.
Parker Tony Parker
6-9 • 270 • Center • Miller Grove H.S. • Lithonia, GA
Hometown: Lithonia, GA • College: Undecided
With his combination of size and skill level, Parker is a major force in the paint. He uses his body well on both sides of the ball on the blocks. Parker has great hands that allow him to be productive offensively with his jumper and scoring on the block. He is undecided on his college choice next season.
Purvis Rodney Purvis
6-4 • 190 • Guard • Upper Room Christian Academy • Raleigh, NC
Hometown: Raleigh, NC • College: N.C. State
One of the most talented guards in the 2012 class, Purvis is a slasher and can be unstoppable at times if he gets into the paint. He has great end-to-end speed and his athleticism stands out while on the court. Purvis has a terrific ability to finish around the rim but also has great court vision for finding teammates. Purvis will attend North Carolina State next fall.
Tarczweski Kaleb Tarczewski
7-0 • 240 • Center • St. Mark’s School • Southborough, MA
Hometown: Claremont, NH • College: Arizona
One of the tallest players in Jordan Brand Classic history, Kaleb Tarczewski is a force in the paint. He has great size, power and runs the floor extremely well. On the offensive side of the ball he is an explosive and powerful finisher. While on the defensive end he is a terrific shot blocker with good athleticism and timing. Tarczewski will attend Arizona next season.
Tokoto J.P. Tokoto
6-6 • 195 • Forward • Menomonee Falls H.S. •  Milwaukee, WI
Hometown: Menomonee Falls, WI • College: North Carolina
J.P. Tokoto is one of the most athletic players in this year’s class. He has a prototypical frame with very long arms and combined with his athleticism makes him a force on both sides of the ball. Tokoto plays the game above the rim and with a lot of energy, which can be seen by his highlight reel dunks. He will be attending North Carolina next fall.