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Adidas Eurocamp 2015 - Day One

New mixtape of five-star 2016 guard Rawle Alkins (VIDEO)

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New York native and shooting guard Rawle Alkins is one the premier players in the Class of 2016 and he had a huge summer playing in front of college coaches.

The 6-foot-4 guard is regarded as the No. 15 overall prospect in the Rivals Class of 2016 rankings. During the spring and summer with the New York Rens, Alkins averaged 23.8 points, 5.5 rebounds and 2.8 assists per game.

Here’s a mixtape of Alkins from Courtside Films.

Under Armour Elite 24 highlights (VIDEO)

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The 10th annual Under Armour Elite 24 took place last Saturday at Pier 2 at the Brooklyn Bridge Park with Team Do Be Doo defeating Team EZ Pass, 111-110.

While Nike’s coinciding showcase took elite prospects such as Harry Giles and Duke-commit Jayson Tatum to the Bahamas, the Elite 24 was still a star-studded event with the nation’s top recruit, Josh Jackson, who won the slam dunk contest the night before, sharing MVP honors with Edrice ‘Bam’ Adebayo, Billy Preston and Frank Jackson.

The Elite 24 did not lack for highlights. Arguably the top play of the night occurred less than five minutes in when Adebayo and Michael Porter Jr. nearly took down the entire basket with a putback dunk.

Thon Maker, Terrance Ferguson, Kobi Simmons, Trevon Duval and Rawle Alkins are also featured in the highlights produced by BallisLife, which also chronicled the lead up to the Elite 24.

Highlights from 2015 adidas Nations

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Team Rose, which included Lonzo Ball, Kobi Simmons, Edrice Adebayo, Rawle Alkins, and Mustapha Heron, defeated Team Wall, 113-93 on Monday night at Cerritos College in Norwalk, California to win the 2015 adidas Nations.

Alkins, the five-star guard down to 10 schools, scored a game-high 26 points. Markelle Fultz led Team Wall with 14.

The field at the 2015 adidas Nations also included the nation’s top point guard, Dennis Smith Jr., who averaged 16.0 points and 7.6 assists per game in the showcase, as well as Wenyen Gabriel, July’s biggest stock-riser, wh helped Team Africa finish third.

Frank Jackson and Terrance Ferguson, ranked Nos. 10 and 11 by Rivals, played in the same back court for Team Wall, the runner-up in the event.