Dyson Daniels continues to show why he is the country's top up-and-coming basketball star.
The 18-year-old from Bendigo has received three awards for his strong season with Centre of Excellence in the Waratah 1 Men's (Pool A) League.
Daniels received the MVP award, All Star 5 Guard accolade in addition to being named as Youth Player of the Year.
During the now cancelled nine-game season which saw CoE named as the Pool A champions, Daniels finished with an average of 11.78 points, 7.89 rebounds and 5.33 assists per game at a 43.48 field goal shooting percentage.
Daniels is now based in the United States and is preparing to get underway in the NBA G League with Ignite for the 2021-22 season scheduled to begin in the coming weeks.
He is also tipped as an extremely strong NBA draft prospect.
Meanwhile, fellow Victorian Jade Melbourne also received an award for her season in the Waratah League with CoE.
Melbourne was named as Youth Player of the Year, which comes as a boost ahead of tipping off with the Canberra Capitals in the coming weeks in the 2021-22 WNBL.
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