Thursday, January 20, 2022

SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (Jan. 20, 2022) — With the 2022 Spalding Hoophall Classic presented by Eastbay officially in the books, Eastbay and Spalding are proud to reveal the highly touted All-Showcase Teams, celebrating the top 10 performers at the 2022 showcase, regardless of position.

The student-athletes named to the Eastbay All-Showcase First Team include: Ian Jackson (Cardinal Hayes High School – Bronx, NY), Kyle Filipowski(Wilbraham & Monson Academy – Wilbraham, MA), Marvel Allen (Calvary Christian Academy – Fort Lauderdale, FL), Mark Mitchell (Sunrise Academy – Bel Aire, KS) and Jalen Hood-Schifino (Montverde Academy – Montverde, FL).

Jackson led Cardinal Hayes to a dominating win over De La Salle Institute with a game-high 30 points. Filipowski dropped 28 points and added 10 rebounds in his team’s win over Life Christian Academy. Allen added 22 points, 4 rebounds, 3 assists and 2 steals in a victory over Camden. Mitchell earned Most Outstanding Player in back-to-back days after averaging 25 points and 10 rebounds in Sunrise Academy’s two wins at Hoophall Classic. In two games for Montverde Academy, Hood-Schifino averaged 15.5 points, 9.5 rebounds, 9 assists and 3.5 steals, including a triple-double vs. DeMatha Catholic (12 pts/11 reb/13 asst).  

The list of Spalding All-Showcase Second Team honorees features: Naasir Cunningham (Gill St. Bernard’s High School – Gladstone, NJ), Keyonte George (IMG Academy – Bradenton, FL), Judah Mintz (Oak Hill Academy – Mouth of Wilson, VA), Taylor Hendricks (Calvary Christian Academy – Fort Lauderdale, FL), Donovan Clingan (Bristol Central High School – Bristol, CT). 

Cunningham averaged 17 points and 8.5 rebounds across two contests in the event, including a 23-point, 11-rebound performance in a 70-60 victory over Westtown School. In one of the most anticipated matchups of the showcase between Montverde Academy and IMG Academy on Monday, Keyonte George helped IMG pull out a victory with a 17-point performance. Mintz averaged 16.5 points over two games for Oak Hill, including a game-high 22 points in a win over LaLumiere. Hendricks posted an 18-point, 12-rebound double-double for Calvary Christian in their win over Camden. Clingan, who recorded one of the most dominant performances of the showcase, put up a 24-point, 16-rebound, 10-block triple-double in Bristol Central’s victory over Springfield Central. 

With 60 teams featured in Springfield, Mass., the birthplace of basketball, the Eastbay and Spalding All-Showcase Teams were decided by industry-leading media partners attending and reporting on the event, based on the players’ performance during the 2022 Spalding Hoophall Classic Presented by Eastbay.

In addition to the All-Showcase Teams, Eastbay also celebrated the Most Outstanding Player Award for each of the 30 matchups.  A complete list of recognized student-athletes as selected by the Basketball Hall of Fame committee is below.





JAN. 13, 2022 – Regional Boys’ Games

East Longmeadow High School, MA

Raymond Carter 

Springfield International Charter School, MA

Sam Fleming 

Springfield Central High School, MA

Joe Griffin Jr. 

High School of Science & Technology, MA

Corey Durant Jr. 

JAN. 14, 2022 – Regional Girls’ Games

Wahconah Regional High School, MA 

Olivia Gamberoni

Cathedral Catholic High School, CA 

Isuneh Brady

JAN. 14, 2022 – Regional Boys’ Games

Mater Dei High School, CA 

Zack Davidson

Bristol Central High School, CT 

Donovan Clingan

Vertical Academy, NC 

Mikey Williams 

JAN. 15, 2022 – National Boys’ Games

Greensboro Day School, NC

Jaydon Young 

Simeon Career Academy, IL 

Jaylen Drane 

Wasatch Academy, UT

Roddy Gayle Jr. 

Sunrise Christian School, KS 

Mark Mitchell 

Oak Hill Academy, VA 

Judah Mintz 

Montverde Academy, FL

Jalen Hood-Schfino 

Arizona Compass Prep, AZ 

Marquis Cook 

Calvary Christian School, FL 

Marvel Allen

JAN. 16, 2022 – National Boys’ Games

Archbishop Stepinac High School, NY 

Benjamin Lytlle

Roselle Catholic High School, NJ

Jamarques Lawrence 

Long Island Lutheran School, NY

Jayden Pierre 

Oak Hill Academy, VA 

Chris Livingston

Cardinal Hayes High School, NY 

Ian Jackson 

Sunrise Christian School, KS 

Mark Mitchell  

Gill St. Bernard, NJ 

Naasir Cunningham 

LaLumiere School, IN

Aden Holloway

JAN. 17, 2022 – National Boys’ Games

Whitney Young High School, IL  

Dalen Davis 

Wilbraham & Monson Academy, MA 

Kyle Filipowski  

Camden High School, NJ

DJ Wagner 

IMG Academy 

Keyonte George 

Link Prep, MO  

Tarris Reed Jr. 


About the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame

Located in Springfield, Massachusetts, the city where basketball was born, the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame is an independent non-profit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to promoting, preserving and celebrating the game of basketball at every level – men and women, amateur and professional players, coaches and contributors, both domestically and internationally. The Hall of Fame museum is home to more than 400 inductees and over 40,000 square feet of basketball history. Nearly 200,000 people visit the Hall of Fame museum each year to learn about the game, experience the interactive exhibits and test their skills on the Jerry Colangelo "Court of Dreams." Best known for its annual marquee Enshrinement Ceremony honoring the game’s elite, the Hall of Fame also operates over 70 high school and collegiate competitions annually throughout the country and abroad. For more information on the Basketball Hall of Fame organization, its museum and events, visit, follow @hoophall @hoophallclassic or call 1-877-4HOOPLA.