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The tenth version of the Thanksgiving HoopFest delivered on it's promise of being one the nation's premier holiday events.
This year's version of the 'All-Thanksgiving HoopFest' team may be the most talented we've ever seen.
Jalen Green, San Joaquin Memorial (CA) , 2020
The country’s top ranked player averaged 30.5 points in two games and delivered on the hype with a game winning three over Samuell Williamson of Rockwall.
Samuell Williamson, Rockwall (TX), 2019
Williamson continued his stellar play against nationally ranked players, scoring 34 points against Jalen Green and San Joaquin Memorial (CA).
Tyrese Maxey, South Garland (TX), 2019
With his future head coach in attendance, the Kentucky signee delivered a 26 point performance against Vashon (MO). On Friday night, he flirted with a triple double scoring 33 points, grabbing nine boards and dishing out 6 assists in a win over defending Texas Class 4A state champion, Silsbee.
Rondel Walker, Putnam City West (OK), 2020
Walker averaged 39 points in two days, ending Saturday with a very efficient 42 point performance over Trinity Christian- Cedar Hill.
Cam’Ron Fletcher, Vashon (MO), 2020
Fletcher seized his moment in front of John Calipari, scoring 22 points and grabbing nine rebounds in a win against South Garland (TX).
RJ Hampton, Little Elm (TX), 2020
The elite scorer was firing on all cylinders in his matchup with fellow “Unicorn Fam” member, Jalen Green. He finished with a game high 33 points, adding six rebounds and 4 assists.
Grant Sherfield, Sunrise Christian Academy (KS), 2019
In his return home, Sherfield led Sunrise Academy to victory on both days defeating Duncanville and Denton Guyer, averaging 16 points per game.
Austin Crowley, Sunrise Christian Academy (KS), 2019
The Vanderbilt commit played with great energy and inspiration all weekend. He averaged 17 points per game and was very solid defensively in wins over Duncanville and Denton Guyer.
Drew Timme, JJ Pearce (TX), 2019
The recent Gonzaga signee, dropped a 12/10/10 triple double in a 70-49 blowout victory over Wauwatosa West (WI).
Trey Phipps, Booker T. Washington (OK), 2020
Phipps was scoring from all over, with some his finest work happening behind the arc. He averaged 25.5 points on 10/20 shooting from three in two victories.
Tyreek Smith, Trinity Christian Cedar Hill (TX), 2019
With a Texas A&M assistant in attendance, the future Aggie dominated inside scoring 31 points and grabbing an event high 14 rebounds.