By Michael O'Brien

Kevin Dillard dominates at the Peach Jam

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Illinois Prep Bulls-Eye Recruiting analysts Roy and Harv Schmidt are providing live updates from North Augusta, South Carolina...

Here's a look at today's first round pool play:

Meanstreets (17-under) 65, Memphis Yomca 42:
Kevin Dillard (Homewood-Flossmoor) scored 22 points and dished out nine assists. He was clearly the star, controlling things from start to finish. Michael Dunigan (Farragut) also played well. He finished and dominated at the defense end, blocking several shots. Matt Humphrey (Hales) started out shooting well and tailed off towards the end of the game. Kaleb Wright (Eisenhower) is just a warrior, very strong around the basket, he has a tremendous heart.

Illinois Warriors (17-under) 62, Alabama Lasers 50:
Luke Fabrizius (Hersey) had five threes, as he continues to show what a great long range shooter he is. The Warriors are playing with a few Ferrari guys, AJ Rompza (Young) and Bryan Hall (Young).

Rising Stars (16-under) 72, California Hoops 62:
Marcus Jordan (Young) and Chris Colvin (Young) looked outstanding. Jordan had 18 points and Colvin had 17. Nik Garcia (Niles West) also played well, finishing with 16 points. We thought Colvin was their best player, he scored and did a nice job running the point.

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