All 6-foot-1 of Lakeland (Fla.) Kathleen High senior point guard Corey Sanders put the jam in jamboree.
The high school basketball season may be over, but Sanders kept the momentum going, submitting a highlight-reel dunk to begin the spring travel season at the Showtime Ballers Annual Kickoff in Orlando.
It's unclear from the Home Team Hoops video description whether the impressive off-the-backboard alley-oop dunk came during official game action or not, since the opposing team appears to inbound the ball afterwards and continue playing. Sanders didn't seem all that concerned, though, instead opting to unleash a serious Nae Nae dance celebration, as is the basketball custom these days.
After sitting for the first two months of the high school season due to transfer rules, Sanders apparently has fresh legs. After transferring from Bradenton's IMG Academy in November, he sank a buzzer-beater in his first game for Kathleen this past January and averaged 15.9 points for the Red Devils this winter.
This isn't the first time the four-star recruit has appeared on Prep Rally for his off-the-backboard antics. He submitted a ridiculous between-the-legs alley-oop to himself that may have been the best dunk of last summer. Sanders owns scholarship offers from Marquette, Memphis and Tennessee, among others.