Photography by Michael Starghill
Aquille Carr is hands down the most exciting high school player to watch this year. This summer has marked one of the biggest summers for the 5’6 Baltimore crime stopper, not only because the crowd he draws to himself but the honors, achievements, and accolades that have followed. Before his astounding summer campaign was his 1000th career point at Patterson High School; a rare coup for a high school sophomore, especially standing at 5’6. Then Aquille’s summer started with snatching up top performing honors in nearly every event in which he participated. He’s nearly claimed MVP honors and scoring records at every Big Shot’s tournament’s hes played in this summer. A lot of spectators were blown away by his recent snag of MVP honors at one of the biggest events in High School Hoops, “The Elite 24″ in Venice Beach, CA, no surprise to us though. It’s amazing to see how a rising high school junior can fill up a gym like a prep rally, and there isn’t really an explanation none other than we are all witnessing a high school legend in the making. Regarding the video above your about to see, covers highlights from nearly everywhere we’ve been able to keep up with Aquille this summer. Big Shots, The Under Armour I95 Challenge, and Melo League. If you watch Mars Reel regularly then you’ve realized that we have the most Aquille Carr mixes online. If you want to see more coverage on Baltimore’s Crime Stopper click here!