Day 3 of the National Prep School Invitational

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A number of long, athletic players started off the day nicely as The Robinson School from NJ took on Michigan’s Summit Prep. The Robinson School led 30-29 at the half and it looked like this game would go down to the wire.
6’6 Trashon Burrell’s (Rhode Island) three-pointer tied the score at 47 with 8:36 to go in the second half.  Isaiah Williams continued his high-level play with athletic slashing and three point shooting. A Shaquille Duncan (6’9″,Morgan State) dunk followed by a technical foul called on Trashon Burrell put the Robinson School up 53-47 with 5:50 to play in the game. A Trahmier Burrell three-pointer put Summit up 1 with 27 seconds 58-57. With 3 seconds left in regulation 6’2″ post-grad from the Bronx, Rashawn Stores, made 1 of 2 free-throws sending the game to overtime.
Nick Hancock’s three with 2:40 in OT put Summit up 61-58 but Robinson School responded immediately with a bucket and two free throws to take the lead at 63-61. But it was Five-Star Camper Rashawn Storesfrom All-Hollows High School that scored ALL 10 of Robinson’s points in overtime. Stores was spectacular today as a floor general and leader. He is searching for the right Division I school but should consider going to an elite D-II school where he can run a team for four-years and lead his team deep into the NCAA tournament.
Stores and teammate Isaiah Williams each scored 16 points and Summit was led by 2012 prospect 6’6″Trahmier Burrell and 6’3″ Justin Edmonds with 14 each.