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2012 JBC West Team Roster


2012 JBC East Team Roster

Ashley Brandon Ashley
6-8 • 215 • Forward • Findlay Prep • Henderson, NV
Hometown: Oakland, CA • College: Arizona
Ashley is a tremendous all around talent and has an impressive frame with great length. Athletically, he has good quickness, bounce, and excellent timing around the basket. He has very good feet and utilizes the spin move in the post to free him from defenders. Ashley will attend the University of Arizona next fall.
Steven-Adams-Headshot Steven Adams
6-11 • 235 • Center • Notre Dame Prep • Fitchburg, MA
Hometown: New Zealand, SP • College: Pittsburgh
Steven Adams is the first Jordan Brand Classic participant to come from New Zealand. He has an excellent frame that consists of broad shoulders, long arms, quick feet and excellent hands. He has the full package as he can run the court very well and can step out to the midrange jumper. Adams is a terrific shot blocker and rebounder. He will be attending the University of Pittsburgh next fall.
Austin Isaiah Austin
7-0 • 210 • Center • Grace Prep • Arlington, TX
Hometown: Burleson, TX • College: Baylor
Austin's incredible size and skill make him special but his athleticism and ability to run the floor is what sets him apart. For his size he has extended range on his jumper and on the perimeter he is a match up nightmare because of his ball handling abilities. Defensively he's a terrific shot blocker due to his massive wingspan and great timing. Austin will be attending Baylor next season.
Bennett Anthony Bennett
6-8 • 230 • Forward • Findlay Prep • Henderson, NV
Hometown: Brampton, ONT • College: Undecided
Bennett is one of the many Canadian natives that have played in the Jordan Brand Classic over the past few years. He has a great combination of power and finesse. Bennett can dominate on the glass with his strength and ability to play above the rim. He can also step out and knock down the three-point shot. Bennett is undecided on his college choice for next season.
Goodwin Archie Goodwin
6-5 • 181 • Guard • Sylvan Hills H.S. • Sherwood, AR
Hometown: Little Rock, AR • College: Kentucky
A long and athletic small forward, Goodwin plays the game as smooth as anyone in the class of 2012. Goodwin is a multi-skilled guard who can put the ball on the floor to aggressively attack the rim or spot up for a three-point shot. Not only offensive minded, Goodwin gets after it on the defensive side of things and plays with great intensity. Goodwin will attend Kentucky next fall.
House Danuel House
6-6 • 185 • Forward • Hightower H.S. • Houston, TX
Hometown: Sugar Land, TX • College: Houston
House is an athletically gifted wing that is capable of finishing well above the rim. He is exciting to watch on the break and in transition. Offensively he is very effective and can knock down the mid-range jumper. House will be attending Houston next fall.
Jerrett Grant Jerrett
6-10 • 220 • Forward • La Verne Lutheran • La Verne, CA
Hometown: La Verne, CA • College: Arizona
One of the most skilled big men in the class of 2012, Jerrett has a great set of hands and terrific touch around the basket. Physically he has terrific length, which allows for a strong presence in the paint. Offensively he's comfortable finishing with both hands and can use a jump hook over either shoulder. Jerrett will be attending Arizona next season.
Paige Marcus Paige
6-1 • 160 • Guard • Linn-Mar H.S. • Marion, IA
Hometown: Marion, IA • College: North Carolina
Marcus Paige is one of the purest point guards in the class of 2012. He directs his team well while on the court and has great passing skills. Paige can also score when needed and has a nice jumper off the catch or dribble with three point range. He sees the floor extremely well and is capable of getting his teammates involved. Paige will be attending North Carolina next season.
Muhammad Shabazz Muhammad
6-6 • 215 • Forward • Bishop Gorman H.S. • Las Vegas, NV
• Hometown: Las Vegas, NV • College: UCLA
Shabazz Muhammad is arguably the top player in the class of 2012. He is a very skilled offensive threat and especially dangerous in the open court. In the half court set he can attack the rim or pull-up for a short jumper. Defensively he uses his athleticism to guard a variety of positions and makes his presence felt in the paint. Muhammad is undecided on his college choice next season.
Poythress Alex Poythress
6-7 • 215 • Forward • Northeast H.S. • Clarksville, TN
Hometown: Clarksville, TN • College: Kentucky
Alex Poythress is a terrific athlete with great size and length. He does a great job running the floor and can attack the basket on the break or in the half-court set. Poythress is at his best when getting to the rim but he also possesses the ability to step outside and knock down the open jumper. Poythress will be attending the University of Kentucky next season.
Sulaimon Rasheed Sulaimon
6-3 • 175 • Guard • Strake Jesuit College Prep • Houston, TX
Hometown: Houston, TX • College: Duke
One of the best scorers in the 2012 class, Sulaimon is known for putting up huge numbers. He is a high energy shooting guard that can get to the rim in transition or stop and knock down a pull up jumper. Sulaimon also has great range that extends well past the three-point stripe. He will be attending Duke next season.