Brion Whitely took flight with a thunderous jam to slam home the point that he was the best player during the Alaska Airlines Classic.
The 6-foot-5 senior guard led the Riverview Rams of Sarasota, Florida, to an 86-54 victory over West Anchorage in the championship game his 18-point, 5-rebound effort in just 15 minutes of work.
Whitely averaged 20.3 points per game and was named the Most Valuable Player of the three-day tournament.
The star guard will attend the University of North Carolina-Wilmington next season.
Riverview shot 54 percent in taking a commanding 55-20 halftime lead.
All-tournament pick Malachi Wideman added 11 points and Jeff Pedro chipped in six points, six rebounds and two assists.
AJ Caldwell of the Rams was also picked for the all-tournament team.
Tournament host West was making its fourth appearance in the Classic title game since 2010.
The Eagles got 12 points from all-tournament selection Ayuel Dak.
West’s Izaiah King was also selected all-tournament.