Last year Ashton Hagan was just getting used to playing at Clement. Being the new kid in town is not always easy. A year and a growth spurt later Ashton stepped on the court to dominate. Everytime he was on the B2C stage Ashton not only showed out on both sides of the court offensively and defensively but he was in control of the entire game. It almost looked as if the game had slowed down to him and that he was ready to have his named mention with some of the best in Country. Ashton was a walking triple double, able to fill up the stat sheet quickly. He would end up leading his team to a to a county championship and a stint as the #1 team in the state of Georgia.
Below is how Coach Shaw from Clements Middle described Ashton
Anyone that has seen Ashton play knows that he is a very gifted and talented young player. It was fun coaching him, and I’m glad he was on our team. It would not have been fun playing against him. He made my job easy, because he is a very smart basketball player. You cannot pressure him, because of his ability to handle and pass the basketball. He sees the floor very well and is probably the most unselfish player that I’ve coached. Also, he plays both ends of the floor. You can put him on the other teams’ best offensive player and know that he will make it very difficult for them to score. Finally, he puts the time in to get better. He would always be in the gym after practice working on his ball handling, one-on-one moves, and his jump-shot. The sky is the limit for him, and I look forward to watching him continue to develop and excel in this game.