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The Savvy Scorers Symphony:Rebound and Defensive Rampage

Sam Quebedeaux @queb_hoops2026 , 6ft, 155 , c/o 26 from The Burlington School, NC is a dynamic young stud with crafty handles and blowby speed. Pick your poison as he has a silky smooth  touch from downtown  using that speed  when you play him too tight to get all the way to the rim. Best part is Sam is a team player and can drop some sweet dimes. With an incredible IQ Sam displays natural leadership ability . Confident and loves the dazzle on the biggest stages.Sam gets busy on the boards and plays outstanding scrappy defense that helps fuel his teams transition game.

Playing AAU for Team Push NC Sam averaged 19.4 points and 5 rebounds per game.The biggest improvement in his game has been learning to control the pace of the game instead of letting the defense dictate that. . This season Sam led his JV squad to an undefeated season while averaging  21.9 points, 7 rebounds, 3 assists and 2 steals per game..while being named JV MVP and being ranked the #16 ranking as a PG in the state. Sam is a proven winner and leader who is off the charts and continues to improve and develop every game out.  

What separates Sam is his work ethic. Sam is hungry to be the best of the best so he shows up early and is the last to leave the gym. Dedicated to his training and getting in the weightroom. Add his speed and skills to that there becomes a high ceiling . Sam believes in every area of his life it has to be consistent. In the gym whether its practice or game time, in training sessions, weight room and even the classroom. . Sam never lets himself settle but pushes himself with the passion and purpose not to be average but strive for greatness.A budding D1 talent putting in the work to get there understanding that just playing college basketball on any level is privilege not a rite focused on letting his game open the door God has for him with a thankful heart. 

This AAU session Sam will be playing for Team Curry with the goal of sharpening his game for the high school live period while improving his defensive rotations and becoming a more vocal leader. What Sam learned this season having to play JV behind so many talented upperclassmen is he has to be ready when his number is called and is determined to become the impact player that assures he will be on the floor in every game  when it matters most. Can't wait to catch his show out there again. The first time I saw Sam play I knew he was special and I know he will be a name everyone will know and remember soon enough. A fearless young star ready to compete against anyone on the court . 


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