Foust, Roberts Share Top Honors

Last week's Five-Star Camp Most Outstanding Player was Chris Paul. This time around, in Honesdale, Penn., two players shared the honor. Brandon Foust and Terrence Roberts each took home a piece of the trophy.

Foust, Roberts Net Top Billing

The June 15-20 Five-Star Camp in Honesdale, Penn., included a number of Top 100 players from the Class of 2003. In fact, two of them, Brandon Foust and Terrence Roberts, shared the camp's most outstanding player award.

The leading scorer of the festivities was none other than Sean Banks who is in the midst of a very impressive summer run on the circuit. The leading rebounding at the event was a guy many are waiting to see, Mbania Narmbaye, an imported big man who is relatively new to the country.

No surprise as Andrew Lavender was the named the camp's top playmaker. The mighty mite, like Foust, has also enjoyed a strong summer run.

With all the 2003 talent in the gym, David McClure was able to stand out as the Most Promising Prospect, an award given to the best underclassman in the building. McClure is a 6-6 prospect from Trinity Catholic in Stamford, Conn.

Obie Nwadike was named the playoff MVP and top defender.

Mike Baskerville not only was named Mr. Stations but also was the MVP of the Orange-White All-Star Classic. The 6-1 guard attends The Masters School.

Information provided by Stu Lash, Five-Star Director of Basketball Operations


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