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Bob Gibbons Tournament of Champions: Top 2025 Performers Part III

13, May 2024

Bob Gibbons Tournament of Champions: Top 2025 Performers Part III

SUWANEE, GA - The Bob Gibbons Tournament of Champions was a lot of fun over the weekend and the depth was certainly on stage. Let's get into who were the top performers from the most historic stage in travel basketball. 
RELATED: Part I | Part II | Part III

Justice Mitchell

Clayton, NC

Class
2025
|
Position
SF
|
Height
6' 5"
|
School Team
National
WL
National Pos. Rank
WL
State
WL
State Pos. Rank
WL


Justice Mitchell is a fun guy to watch, his toughness is unmatched and paired with his 6’6 sturdy frame he is very hard to stop. Mitchell is able to use his size down low to bully smaller defenders and is easily able to finish through any type of contact. His stocky build and quick feet make him make him a problem when driving down hill. Mitchell possesses a smooth stroke from behind the arc too and is just as dangerous outside than he is inside. - Zack Cepress 
 

Jeremiah Police

Royal Palm Beach, FL

Class
2024
|
Position
SF
|
Height
6' 6"
|
School Team
National
WL
National Pos. Rank
WL
State
WL
State Pos. Rank
WL


The unsigned senior warrants a good look by collegiate programs in need of an active mismatch forward. He’s a tough player to guard and play against because of his energy, length, bounce and three level scoring skill set. We’ve seen him take on the very best on our platform for the last two seasons and deliver winning play after winning play. Police was huge in Florida PRO’s run here at the 2024 Bob Gibbons Tournament of Champions. - Justin Young 

 

Devon McKinnon

Birmingham, AL

Class
2025
|
Position
SG
|
Height
6' 4"
|
National
NR
National Pos. Rank
NR
State
29
State Pos. Rank
6


If you have to use one word to describe Mckinnon it would be smooth. He has the frame of a college player and a shot to go along with it. Devon has what I like to call in the gym range. His ability to shoot opens up the floor and allows him to create for others. He has improved tremendously off the bounce since I last saw him this past season. He knocked down 4 3s with ease and poured in 14 points in a blowout win over Team OSA. - Josh Lane
 

Andres Demoya

Coral Springs, FL

Class
2025
|
Position
SG
|
Height
6' 3"
|
School Team
National
WL
National Pos. Rank
WL
State
WL
State Pos. Rank
WL


Andres Demoya is a versatile 6-foot-6 wing that is capable of doing a variety of skills on the floor. He’s a knockdown three-point shooter when left open, he can handle the ball on the perimeter, and take it to the rack to finish among bigs as well. Demoya also plays with high intensity that his team feeds off of. He connected on 12 three-pointers over the course of three games. - Nick Nelson


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