Reggie Williams (6ft 3in/190.5cm, 185lbs/ 83.9kg, / PG, SG, Virginia) and Anthony Moe (6ft 10in/ 208.3cm, 230lbs/104.3kg, / PF, Pennsylvania) have been selected as the Top exterior and top interior players from the 2015 iBall FOCUS camp which was held on November 8th in Takoma Park, Maryland.
Williams was highly regarded for his ability to drive to the basket, pass, score in multiple ways, ball-handling, speed/ quickness, and team defense.
Moe was identified for his ability to block shots, defensive and offensive rebounding, finishing plays above the rim, posting up/ playing with back to the basket, and running the floor/ fast break.
Both were standouts in an event that featured free agent players from across the nation who competed in a number of drills and games led by former professional players and current professional personnel at the NBA, Overseas, and US Semi-Pro Levels.
ABOUT THE PLAYERS
Reggie Williams, #1 Perimeter Player
Williams is a super athletic combo guard, who can do a bit of it all. He has excellent court vision, a good passer-with the ability to set teammates up in good positions. Williams can score in multiple ways from triple threat, attacking the basket-using length and body control in traffic to finish, nice pull up jumper, and 3pt. Defensively, he is a tough on ball defender, quick feet and very active hands. Williams hustles every play on both ends of the floor.
“Reggie works hard on both ends of the floor and displays excellent work ethic. Team Player.” Crista Ricketts, Director of International Scouting.
Williams has experience playing at NCAA Division 2 level, playing for Glenville State College from 2013 to 2015 in West Virginia. There is averaged 14 points, 3 rebounds, and 4 assists. He was rewarded All Tournament and a conference champion.
Before Glenville State, Williams attended Florida State College a JUCO in Jacksonville, Florida. There his talents shown with him averaging 10 points, 3 rebounds, 4 assists, and 1 steal. He was All Conference in 2011-2012.
Prior to playing for Florida State College, Williams was playing for Moorehead State in Kentucky for one year. Williams averaged 16 points, 6 assists, 5 rebounds, and 4 steals at Landstown High School in Virginia. He played AAU as well during his high school career. Williams is a two time District Champion, two time All Region, and four time All District Parade.
More of Reggie Williams’ career history, videos, new links, and contact information can be found on his iBall Profile: http://iballunited.net/reggie-williams/
Anthony Moe – #1 Interior Player
Moe is a dominant versatile post player, who finishes plays with a soft touch or power. He possesses good footwork and uses his body well to secure position down low. Moe can run the floor well. He can score with back to the basket or face up from the perimeter and knock down 15ft shot. Moe is tough on the offensive boards, and on the defensive end. He possesses good length and athleticism. Moe is an excellent shot blocker.
“Anthony works hard on both ends of the floor and is very active. Overall, he displays a solid work ethic.” Crista Ricketts, Director of International Scouting
Moe has experience playing in NCAA Division 2 with Millersville University in Millersville, Pennsylvania. During his year there, he averaged 10.3 points, 8.9 rebounds, 1.3 blocks, and 51% field goal average.
Prior to Millersville, Moe played at Cecil Community College a JUCO in Cecil County, Maryland. There he was selected All-Region Second Team and he led Cecil Community College in rebounds, 10.4 per game, and blocked shots. At Delaware Tech Community College a JUCO in Wilmington, Delaware, Moe averaged 8.2 points, 6.5 rebounds, and 1.4 blocks with 26 appearances.
More of Anthony Moe’s career history, video, new links, and contact information can be found on his iBall Profile: http://iballunited.net/anthony-moe/
iBall FOCUS is an training, evaluation, and exposure camp for the best unsigned free agent basketball players in the U.S. The top players are selected for advanced marketing exposure by iBall United for sole purpose of signing professional contracts.
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