Trevon Duval's chest-to-chest poster highlights this week's awards

Trevon Duval's chest-to-chest poster highlights this week's awards


Trevon Duval's chest-to-chest poster highlights this week's awards



Chef of the Week

In sports the term “cookin” is reserved for a player who goes on a scoring spree or gets hot during a game and makes big plays on the offensive end.

This week’s “Chef of the Week” award goes to WACG All Stars forward Marvin Bagley III for his 33-point, 13-rebound performance at Nike Peach Jam last week.

Bagley dominated with reigning national championship coach Mike Krzyzewski looking on.

The best part?

Bagley just finished his freshman season at Corona Del Sol (Phoenix).

He’s ranked No. 1 overall in the ESPN 25.

Poster of the Week

This week’s Poster of the Week winner is WE-R1 (Del.) guard Trevon Duval for the insane poster he created during the Under Armour All-American Camp.

Duval, who is ranked No. 13 overall in the ESPN 60, came off the high screen on the right wing, darted left to the top of the key and got the second defender off balance with a simple hesitation dribble.

When the defender bit, Duval jetted toward the rim and rose chest-to-chest over a defender who, obviously, should’ve thought twice before jumping with him.

Check out the video below.

Oh No They Didn’t!

This award is reserved for the player who turned in a mind-boggling performance or play that left the crowd in a state of shock and amazement.

This week’s “Oh No They Didn’t” winner is GA Stars point guard Jared Harper for dropping a defender with a sick crossover at Peach Jam last week.

Harper, an Auburn commit, brought the ball up the left side of the court and when his defender cut him off he simply crossed over from behind his back between his legs and the defender went barreling toward the hardwood.

The best part?

Harper, who went on to lead the Stars to the Peach Jam title and claim MVP in the process, finished the play with the assist to his teammate Udoka Azubuike for the slam.

Check out the video below.

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