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Allentown, PA (Future150) -- The presence of the We R1 Bulldogs was felt all weekend long at Future150 Northeast Main Event, as they made noise in several divisions. However, their 8th grade squad may have been their most impressive, as they ultimately brought home the 14U Division Championship behind strong weekend performances from a few future stars. Read on to see which prospects shined in the division.

Noah Harris, 2021 PG, We R1 Bulldogs: The most explosive scorer in the division saved his best for last, as he erupted in the championship game, leading his team to the title in the division. Not only is he a strong slasher built to take contact, but his jump shot, when on, is very dangerous. He was impressive this past winter when we viewed him, and continued his strong play in Allentown.

Aminu Mohammed, 2021 F, FBCG Dynamic Disciples: The most dominant prospect in the division was the 6'5' power forward. A long and explosive athlete, he simply could not be contained on the interior. He was the focal point for defenses throughout the weekend, and it still didn't matter. A perfect example of this is when he poured in 19 points in a playoff win over NX Level on Sunday morning.

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2021 G Nicari Williams looked very good for Team Final Red.
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Nicari Williams, 2021 G, Team Final Red: The city of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania has a history of putting out tremendous athletes, and next in line looks to be dual-sport star Nicari Williams. The athletic slasher looked very good all weekend playing with Team Final Red, and proved to be very hard to stop as soon as he started attacking downhill in games.

Jourdain Dishmond, 2021 PF, NX Level: Based on his size at 6'7', the muscular big man looks to have a very promising future in the game. While he's obviously a big player for his age, he's quite polished, showing off an impressive over-the-shoulder lefty baby hook shot. He was the star of his team throughout the weekend, and you'll be hearing more about him over the next year.

Jaquan Harris, 2022 SG, We R1 Bulldogs: The younger brother of Minnesota signee Jamir Harris, the 6'2' wing has similar traits to his older brother. Much like Jamir, his jump shot, when in rhythm, is extremely efficient. He loves to play with a chip on his shoulder, and when he's feeling it on offense, he's not afraid to put his team on his back.

Emmanuel Ozuna, 2021 SG, Team Final Red: A talented scorer and shooter from deep, Ozuna opened up the weekend with a very nice performance where he helped his team roll to victory. He can put up points on all three levels and has the tools to be a very good defender down the road as well.

Gus Lewis, 2021 SF, Nx Level Basketball: Upside is the name of the game with Lewis, a 6-foot-2 wing prospect that looks as though he will grow a few more inches. He's currently a talented slasher who was very active around the rim and used his length and wingspan to get into passing lanes and cause problems for the opposition. He will be one to track moving forward.

Will Reynolds, 2021 SF, VA Panthers: The future DeMatha Stag put on a scoring clinic this weekend, going for 29 and then 27 in back to back games. A talented slasher who can also hit a number of threes, it is clear that Reynolds is a natural scorer who could end up as one of DeMatha's stars.

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Ernest Carter, 2021 PG, We R1 Bulldogs: Carter was a steadying influence for his group on their way to winning the 14U title. A rugged point guard who defended well and got the weapons around him involved, Carter looks as though he will be a very nice point guard prospect moving forward. He is more than a capable scorer, so defenses couldn't leave him alone either.

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Anthony Jackson, 2021 CG, FBCG Dynamic Disciples: A talented combo guard who looks like he's not done growing, Jackson was a nice secondary scorer this past weekend. He showed the ability to knock down threes as well as get to the rim. Jackson will certainly be one to keep an eye on moving forward.

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KiJuan Andrews, 2021 SG, Motor City Badboyz: One of the more intriguing guards in the division, Andrews did a good job of scoring the ball as well as get teammates involved. He has already begun to hear from a couple of local colleges thanks to game and the fact that he looks as though he could top out at 6-foot-5. The 6-foot-2 guard has a bright future ahead of him and could end up one of the better prospects in the state of Michigan in his class.

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Javon Adams, 2021 SF, Team Final Red: Next up at Parkland High School (PA) looks to be the 6'2' wing. He's long, skilled and smooth, and projects to be somewhere in the 6'5'+ range. His jump shot is something to behold, which he showed in Allentown. As he continues to work on his foot speed and ball skills, he'll become the next hot name in the Lehigh Valley.