Flo40 Stars Still Have Beef With Mokan Elite's Peach Jam Championship

Flo40 Stars Still Have Beef With Mokan Elite's Peach Jam Championship

Flo40 Stars Still Have Beef With Mokan Elite's Peach Jam Championship

NEW YORK --  Though there are still a few All-American games on these Flo40 stars' schedules, the Jordan Brand Classic marked the end of an era. Almost a year ago to the date, these hoop stars began their final journey through the Nike EYBL's top age bracket and dove head first into their senior year. 

It was a year made up of moments, moments that ultimately defined their status as All-Americans. 

Take it from Collin Sexton, who put his name in the ranks by dominating the spring season as the EYBL leading scorer. His performance earned him a spot on the USA Basketball U17 squad. What is Sexton's favorite moment from the past year? Taking home a gold medal in the FIBA World Championships with MVP honors as the team's leading scorer at 17 points per game. 

"That was different," Texas-bound PG Matt Coleman added.



But it's all about competition for these guys, albeit friendly. Gary Trent Jr. couldn't help to bring up the moment when he dropped 50 points on Sexton's Southern Stampede.



As the discussion continued, however, there was one consistent moment each player wanted but only few could call their own: Mokan Elite's Peach Jam Championship.