Nike EYBL's Biggest Stars Stuffed The Stat Sheets All Season

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If there was any question of just how elite the talent is in the Nike EYBL, all anyone needs to do is look below. From Flo40 phenoms to rising stars, the box scores were filled up by the prep game's biggest names and best players all season long.

Following Session IV at Sports Academy in Thousand Oaks, CA, the finale of the regular season, here are the top stat stuffers:

HIGHEST TEAM SCORING: California Supreme (CA) -- 81.9 ppg.
HIGHEST TEAM REBOUNDING: Bradley Beal Elite (MO) -- 40.0 rpg.
HIGHEST TEAM ASSISTS: California Supreme (CA) -- 18.0 apg.
HIGHEST TEAM STEALS: Team Penny (TN) -- 8.2 spg.
HIGHEST TEAM BLOCKS: California Supreme (CA) -- 6.0 bpg.

SCORING LEADERS (Minimum 8 Games Played):

RJ Barrett (UPlay Canada) -- 28.0 ppg.
Marvin Bagley III (Nike Phamily) -- 25.3 ppg.
Bol Bol (California Supreme) -- 24.1 ppg.
Cameron Reddish (Team Final) -- 22.6 ppg.
Ignas Brazdeikis (CIA Bounce) -- 22.3 ppg.
Coby White (Team CP3) -- 21.7 ppg.
Ayo Dosunmu (Mac Irvin Fire) -- 21.4 ppg
Keldon Johnson (Boo Wiliams) -- 20.7 ppg.
Simi Shittu (CIA Bounce) -- 20.1 ppg.
Cole Swider (BABC) -- 19.4 ppg.
Tre Jones (Howard Pulley) -- 18.8 ppg.
Noah Locke (Team Melo) -- 18.3 ppg.
Keion Brooks Jr. (Spiece Indy Heat) -- 18.2 ppg.
Jontay Porter (MOKAN Elite) -- 18.1 ppg.
Jalen Carey (NJ Playaz) -- 18.1 ppg.

REBOUNDING LEADERS:

Marvin Bagley III (Nike Phamily) -- 14.3 rpg.
Jontay Porter (MOKAN Elite) -- 12.6 rpg.
Emmitt Williams (E1T1) -- 11.6 rpg.
RJ Barrett (UPlay Canada) -- 10.8 rpg.
Simi Shittu (CIA Bounce) -- 10.2 rpg.
Bol Bol (California Supreme) -- 10.0 rpg.
Daniel Oturu (Howard Pulley) -- 10.0 rpg.
Francis Okoro (Bradley Beal Elite) -- 9.6 rpg.
Robert Woodard (MS Express) -- 9.6 rpg.
Darius Bazley (MeanStreets) -- 9.4 rpg.
Kofi Cockburn (New York Rens) -- 9.2 rpg.
Trevion Williams (The Family Detroit) -- 8.9 rpg.

ASSIST LEADERS:

Tre Jones (Howard Pulley) -- 8.3 apg.
Cole Anthony (PSA Cardinals) -- 7.0 apg.
Tyger Campbell (Spiece Indy Heat) -- 6.9 apg.
Spencer Freedman (California Supreme) -- 6.2 apg.
David DeJulius (The Family Detroit) -- 5.5 apg.
Tyree Myers (Team Melo) -- 5.0 apg.
Anthony Nelson (New York Lightning) -- 4.9 apg.
Xavier Castaneda (MeanStreets) -- 4.9 apg.
Darius Garland (Bradley Beal Elite) -- 4.8 apg.
Nick Honor (E1T1) -- 4.6 apg.
Jakigh Dottin (BABC) -- 4.6 apg.
Michael Devoe (Nike South Beach) -- 4.5 apg.
Myreon Jones (Georgia Stars) -- 4.5 apg.
Bryce Cook (ProSkills) -- 4.5 apg.

STEALS LEADERS:

Cole Anthony (PSA Cardinals) -- 2.9 spg.
Alex Lomax (Team Penny) -- 2.2 spg.
Anthony Nelson (New York Lightning) -- 2.0 spg.
Tre Jones (Howard Pulley) -- 1.9 spg.
Posh Alexander (New York Lightning) -- 1.8 spg.
Tyger Campbell (Spiece Indy Heat) -- 1.8 spg.
Cole Swider (BABC) -- 1.8 spg.
Demarius Jacobs (Mac Irvin Fire) -- 1.7 spg.
Robert Woodard (Mississippi Express) -- 1.7 spg.
Greg Dolan (The City Rocks) -- 1.7 spg.
Jason Wade (Boo Williams) -- 1.7 spg.
Noah Locke (Team Melo) -- 1.6 spg.
Isaiah Bujdoso (UPlay Canada) -- 1.6 spg.
Trey McGowens (Team United) -- 1.6 spg.

BLOCKS LEADERS:

Bol Bol (California Supreme) -- 4.4 bpg.
Dimon Carrigan (BABC) -- 3.5 bpg.
Marvin Bagley III (Nike Phamily) -- 3.1 bpg.
Jontay Porter (MOKAN Elite) -- 2.6 bpg.
James Wiseman (Bradley Beal Elite) -- 2.2 bpg.
Daniel Oturu (Howard Pulley) -- 2.1 bpg.
Francis Okoro (Bradley Beal Elite) -- 2.0 bpg.
Josh Roberts (Southern Stampede) -- 1.8 bpg.
Balsa Koprivica (Nike Team Florida) -- 1.8 bpg.
Valdir Manuel (NJ Playaz) -- 1.7 bpg.
DJ Burns (Georgia Stars) -- 1.6 bpg.
Adong Makuoi (CIA Bounce) -- 1.6 bpg.
Kamaka Hepa (Portland Basketball Club) -- 1.6 bpg.

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