Keith Appling, REACH Legends- Keith was able to find a few "W's" this weekend while still getting his 25+ points a game. He exploded against Peoria Irish in a silver division win.
Keenan Coleman, Motor City Mavericks- colleges might have forgotten about this 6-3 combo so Keenan is simply reminding them he's still around. He is a true playmaker with abiltiy to score from deep and attack the basket and finishing with dunks.
Vonn Jones, Motor City Mavericks- Travonn did his best to lead his team from his PG position but when points were needed Travonn produced them. He had 41 against the Iowa Barnstormers in their gold division lost.
Donnovan Kirk, The Family- out of the platoon of big men The Family can boast, Kirk might be the smallest but yet the most consistent. He can step out from about 15 feet and still get the job done.
Duke Mondy, Mustangs- nothing flashy from Mondy all weekend but he produced. He consistantly gave the Stangs 15 points a game.
Derrick Nix, The Family- the big fella contuines to get into shape and continues to have his soft touch around the basket. He did struggle, in the OT loss to Illinois Bobcats, guarding smaller and quicker big men.
Korey Van Dussen, W. MI Lakers- the 6-2 combo guard is starting to make his name known. He handled the ball as well as put up big numbers in the scoring department while taking his team on a ride in the silver division.
Trey Ziegler, Mustangs- boy, oh boy... did Ernie the third look good in a Stang uni! He also played well in it! Ziegs instantly blended in and broke defenses down as he set up teammates for easy buckets.