Chris Jordan and Larry Posey added and 10 respectively.
For McClellan it is a coming out party of sorts. Most thought the Houston area high school would be overmatched against elite programs like Fairfax, Mater Dei and the Florida Air Academy, but the senior paced his team to three easy wins and the title.
Another future Wildcat, point guard Nic Wise had his best game of the tournament. The sophomore scored 18 points and dished out nine assists in a 73-61 win over Florida Air Academy. Wise struggled a bit in the first two games, but led his team to a 2-1 record in the national bracket, with their only loss coming at the hands of McClellan and Milby. For the event Wise averaged eight points and 6.3 assists.
Another player the Wildcats have their eyes on is Rashad Austin of Mater Dei. He averaged seven points and six rebounds over the three game event.