Team Canada Cadet Men – Who Made The Cut?

Jamal Murray, Justin Jackson continue leading the pack

Jamal Murray, Justin Jackson continue leading the pack

The Team Canada Cadet Mens coaching staff have cut six players, as the training camp roster is down to 16. Here is some feedback I’ve received from the coaching staff:

General Thoughts

On Cut Players

  • Jermaine Haley noted as arguably the most skilled player in attendance, with great feel (suffered concussion).
  • Jauquin Bennett-Boire one of the strongest guards at camp, has made good improvements over the last year, but must transition to lead guard.
  • Lindell Wigginton was impressive, crafty guard, youngest player in attendance with room to grow
  • Julian Roche – big body (6’10) passionate and wants to learn, must improve athleticism
  • Quinton Gray surprised many and made it further than most expected.
  • Maxime Boursiquot – finding his position

 Six Players cut highlighted in red

Marcus Anderson Guard 6-1 Brampton, Ont.
Jauquin Bennett Boire Guard 6-2 Abbotsford, B.C.
Maxime Boursiquot Forward 6-4 Ottawa, Ont.
Daniel Cummings Forward 6-5 Scarborough, Ont.
Brandon Cyrus Forward 6-4 Oakville, Ont.
Jerome Desrosiers Forward 6-6 Montreal, Que.
Eddie Ekiyor Forward 6-8 Ottawa, Ont.
Quinton Gray Guard 6-2 Richmond Hill, Ont.
Jermaine Haley Guard 6-4 Burnaby, B.C.
Kevin Hamlet Forward 6-6 Scarborough, Ont.
Justin Jackson Forward 6-6 Ajax, Ont.
Nelson Kaputo Guard 6-0 Toronto, Ont.
Tyrell Leotaud Forward 6-5 Ajax, Ont.
Jaques Lukusa Guard 5-11 Ottawa, Ont.
Koby McEwen Guard 6-2 Toronto, Ont.
Jamal Murray Guard 6-3 Kitchener, Ont.
Nolan Narain Centre 6-9 Hamilton, Ont.
Marcus Ottey Guard 6-1 Ajax, Ont.
Tyler Plummer Forward 6-4 Vaughan, Ont.
Julian Roche Centre 6-10 Saint John, N.B.
Malick Turenne Forward 6-5 Gatineau, Que.
Lindell Wigginton Guard 5-10 Dartmouth, N.S
Kalif Young Forward 6-7 Toronto, Ont.




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