Athletes First Alum Allonzo Trier selected for 2015 McDonalds All American team!
The 6'4" guard from Seattle, Washington becomes the latest McDonald's All-American to play for Arizona.
McDonald's All-American Game
Resultz: Allonzo Trier scores 17 to lead West in 111-91 loss
Athletes First Alum Allonzo Trier selected for the 2015 Nike Jordan Brand West Team
Now in its 14th year, the Jordan Brand Classic will return to Brooklyn, N.Y., in April with games showcasing the top boys, girls and international basketball players. For the third consecutive year, Barclays Center will host the top boys in the nation on Friday, April 17, as part of a quadruple-header event. These future stars follow in the footsteps of some of the greatest in the game, including Jordan Brand athletes Carmelo Anthony, Chris Paul, Blake Griffin and Jabari Parker. The game will be televised nationally on ESPN2 at 8 p.m. EST.
Arizona signee Allonzo Trier is MVP at Jordan Brand Classic
Athletes First is the only Nike Travel Team in Oklahoma Follow Nike on Twitter @NikeEYB
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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2015 EYBL Standings Athletes First qualifies for the 2015 Nike Peach Jam
The biggest question for Athletes First was how they were going
to replace Allonzo Trier’s ridiculous production from 2014. Doolittle helped ring
in the next chapter of Athletes First, battling his way to one of the most productive
sessions statistically in Hampton. The 6-foot-7 Oklahoma-commit can score, rebound,
pass and defend at a high level, providing Athletes First one of the most dependable
swingmen on the circuit. His ability to implement his efficient floor game does wonders
for Jakolby Long and company, as Doolittle does the little things exceptionally well. He has
remained relatively under-the-radar up until this point, but with productivity like he had in
Hampton, he should at the top of scouting report moving forward.