The Evolution Of 8th Grader Jordan McCabe Who Is Fast Becoming Basketball's Biggest Rising Star

Jordan McCabe first came to the nation's attention a few years back, when he blew minds and won hearts with his incredible dribbling skills. Since then he's risen to become one of the most promising young players in America.

From his halftime routine at the NBA Golden State Warriors game back in 2011, where he did some pre-game warm ups with Stephen Curry (above), he's gone on to play with the Harlem Globetrotters, appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show which led to him appearing at the 2012 NBA All-Star Game.

And he's now ranked as one of the top middle school players in the USA.

He's grown into a legend and has earned the nickname "The New White Chocolate" after being compared to a young Jason Williams, the former NBA star, who was known as "White Chocolate." All this and he's not even in high school yet. Check out his epic ball handling skills below.

Highlights from the the 2012 AAU season with the Seattle Rotary 13u team.

McCabe showing off his point guard skills at the 2014 NY2LA Swish N Dish Warm Up in Wisconsin.

McCabe shows off his high level passing skills and court vision playing with his Wisconsin Playground 14U team.

McCabe dazzles at the 2014 CP3 Rising Stars Camp in North Carolina.

Related articles: