Nike EYBL Statistics Leaders: Session III

The amount of ridiculously good talent in the Nike EYBL is no surprise -- neither is seeing the top players fill up the box score. So while seeing the nation's best as the statistics leaders is rather typical, there were some changes at the top following Session III at LakePoint Sporting Community Champions Center in Emerson, GA.

RJ Barrett, the 2019 Flo40 No. 1 prospect, is now the scoring leader after a crazy bucket-getting spree, which included a 41-point outing on Saturday, while Marvin Bagley III, the 2018 Flo40 No. 1 prospect, and Tre Jones (2018 Flo40 No. 19) still lead the pack in rebounds and assists, respectively.

Here are the league's statistics leaders through Session III:

HIGHEST TEAM SCORING: California Supreme (CA) -- 81.3 ppg.
HIGHEST TEAM REBOUNDING: CIA Bounce (CAN) -- 36.8 rpg.
HIGHEST TEAM ASSISTS: Expressions Elite (MA) -- 18.4 apg.
HIGHEST TEAM STEALS: Team Penny (TN) -- 8.6 spg.
HIGHEST TEAM BLOCKS: BABC (MA) -- 5.8 bpg.

SCORING LEADERS (Minimum 8 Games Played):

RJ Barrett (UPlay Canada) -- 28.0 ppg.
Bol Bol (California Supreme) -- 25.4 ppg.
Marvin Bagley III (Nike Phamily) -- 25.1 ppg.
Ignas Brazdeikis (CIA Bounce) -- 23.1 ppg.
Cameron Reddish (Team Final) -- 23.0 ppg.
Ayo Dosunmu (Mac Irvin Fire) -- 22.4 ppg.
Keldon Johnson (Boo Wiliams) -- 22.2 ppg.
Coby White (Team CP3) -- 21.3 ppg.
Simi Shittu (CIA Bounce) -- 20.7 ppg.
Tre Jones (Howard Pulley) -- 20.0 ppg.
Louis King (Team Final) -- 19.5 ppg.
Cole Swider (BABC) -- 19.4 ppg.

REBOUNDING LEADERS:

Marvin Bagley III (Nike Phamily) -- 14.7 rpg.
Jontay Porter (MOKAN Elite) -- 12.7 rpg.
Emmitt Williams (E1T1) -- 12.3 rpg.
RJ Barrett (UPlay Canada) -- 10.8 rpg.
Robert Woodard (MS Express) -- 10.7 rpg.
Simi Shittu (CIA Bounce) -- 10.6 rpg.
Daniel Oturu (Howard Pulley) -- 10.5 rpg.
Bol Bol (California Supreme) -- 9.9 rpg.
Kofi Cockburn (New York Rens) -- 9.8 rpg.
Drew Timme (Pro Skills) -- 9.0 rpg.

ASSIST LEADERS:

Tre Jones (Howard Pulley) -- 9.4 apg.
Cole Anthony (PSA Cardinals) -- 7.3 apg.
Spencer Freedman (California Supreme) -- 6.3 apg.
Tyger Campbell (Spiece Indy Heat) -- 6.2 apg.
David DeJulius (The Family Detroit) -- 5.8 apg.
Tyree Myers (Team Melo) -- 5.4 apg.
Nick Honor (E1T1) -- 5.2 apg.
Jared Butler (Mississippi Express) -- 5.1 apg.
Myreon Jones (Georgia Stars) -- 5.0 apg.
Jakigh Dottin (BABC) -- 5.0 apg.

STEALS LEADERS:

Cole Anthony (PSA Cardinals) -- 2.6 spg.
Alex Lomax (Team Penny) -- 2.2 spg.
Anthony Nelson (New York Lightning) -- 2.1 spg.
Tre Jones (Howard Pulley) -- 2.1 spg.
Cormac Ryan (New York Rens) -- 2.0 spg.
Posh Alexander (New York Lightning) -- 2.0 spg.

BLOCKS LEADERS:

Bol Bol (California Supreme) -- 4.1 bpg.
Dimon Carrigan (BABC) -- 3.6 bpg.
Marvin Bagley III (Nike Phamily) -- 3.2 bpg.
Jontay Porter (MOKAN Elite) -- 2.9 bpg.
Daniel Oturu (Howard Pulley) -- 2.4 bpg.
Valdir Manuel (NJ Playaz) -- 2.2 bpg.
James Wiseman (Bradley Beal Elite) -- 2.2 bpg.
Josh Roberts (Southern Stampede) -- 2.1 bpg.

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