We will take look at the individual player evaluations from the perspective camp coach. Today, we will look at the player evaluations from teams 1 and team 2 at camp. The majority of the comments listed below are comments from the players’ respective camp coach.
Team 1 coached by James West III
#66 5’8 2018 Devin Bellamy of Raleigh, NC: Bellamy has a great body and build for the game. He is really tough around the basket and would like for him to continue to develop his all around game. Bellamy has good court vision and an excellent attitude.
#78 5’10 2018 Zach Pascual of Winston-Salem, NC: Pascual has a great looking shot. Can improve his ability to drive to the basket. If he develops his ball handling skills, that can take him to the next level. He has an excellent attitude and fundamentals.
#94 6’3 2017 Greg Jones of Richmond, VA: Jones is a tough and athletic player. Jones is strong and can do a lot of things around the basket. Needs to work on his outside game so you become more of a triple threat player. He is has an excellent attitude and great rebounder.
#67 5’8 2018 Greg Grant of Jacksonville, NC: Grant was really tough around the basket and can really score in bunches. Can improve his range on his jumper, but his attitude and decision making on the court was excellent.
#75 5’9 2017 Bryce Gilmore of Greensboro, NC: Gilmore is really strong penetrating to the basket. Needs to improve his outside shot, which will make him a better all around player. He is a very strong player and tough defender. He displayed an excellent attitude.
#36 5’4 2017 James West IV of Woodbridge, VA: West is a very skilled player that has all the tools. He needs to get tougher as he grows and develops, but can really shoot the ball well on the perimeter. He has advanced ball handling skills and IQ.
#31 5’4 2017 AJ Collins of Harrisville, WV: Collins can really make the open 3 pointer. He is a solid player that has a bright future because of his shooting ability. He can improve his ball handling and could be more vocal in demanding the ball. Collins has an excellent attitude and basketball IQ/fundamentals.
#16 5’2 2018 Keith Marshall of Fayetteville, NC: Marshall has a good all around game and can really shoot the ball. He plays within himself on the court and is a good team player. He could improve his ability to dribble penetrate and defend. He has an excellent attitude and a strong work ethic.
#31 5’2 2018 Davier Dixon of Charlotte, NC: Dixon has a bright future because of his overall skill level and all around game! He has a great work ethic and his decision-making and IQ were outstanding. He was also strong on the defensive end of the court.
Team 2 coached by Russell C. Dean
#93 6’3 2018 Andrew Tuazoma of Raleigh, NC: Tauzoma has great size/body for his age/grade. He has outstanding quickness and athleticism and is more advanced defensively than he is offensively. He does have an excellent attitude, but can improve on his effort level on every play. He has a tendency to take plays off, but has all the physical attributes to be exceptional player.
#76 5’9 2017 Trey Jackson of Charlotte, NC: Jackson was Mr. Hustle all day at the NC Junior Phenom Camp. He does everything a coach needs and will fill up a stat sheet with intangibles. He doesn’t mind getting on the floor for loose balls. He is an excellent defender on and off the ball. He has good size but good improve his ball handling skills.
#62 5’7 2017 Chasten Lincomfelt of Charlotte, NC: Lincomfelt has a great attitude and work ethic and was hustling throughout the day. He plays really hard and is an outstanding defender. He can improve his ball handling abilities and must get stronger as he develops, but his quickness is a definite plus!
#60 5’7 2018 Marque Maultsby of Raleigh, NC: Simply put, Maultsby is a great player! He is Mr. Everything on the court and can guard players 1-5. He is a very heady player and knows the game. He is willing to do whatever the coach says. He can improve his strength, but was an absolute joy to coach.
#58 5’7 2018 Maverick LaRue of Lewisville, NC: LaRue has the work ethic and attitude to be an outstanding player. He has excellent court vision and a strong basketball IQ. He was impressive in his effort and hustle. He can improve his ball handling and strength, as he gets older.
#57 5’7 2018 Devon Dotson of Charlotte, NC: Dotson is a highly skilled player that did everything well. He has tremendous/advanced ball handling skills and unbelievable court vision. In addition, he was tremendous in creating his own shot off the dribble.
#33 5’4 2017 Daylone McBride of High Point, NC: McBride has the ability to be a solid player. He has a good shooting touch and understanding of the game, however he could improve the mental aspects of the game. He has good ball handling skills and can use either hand.
#17 5’2 2018 Rafeal Jenkins of Charlotte, NC: Jenkins has excellent/advanced ball handling skills for his age/grade. He sees the floor extremely well and is a willing and generous passer. His quickness and ball handling skills allows him to get anywhere on the court. He is Mr. Hustle on both ends of the court and is an excellent on/off the ball defender.
#7 4’10 2018 Carl Nevius of Zebulon, NC: Nevius is a great team player! He has outstanding basketball IQ and knowledge/understanding of the game. He is the ultimate PG and is extremely unselfish. He is always in position on both ends of the court. He will need to work on getting bigger and stronger, but he has the skills and proper understanding of the game.
#2 4’5 2020 Jaylen Wiggins of Kinston, NC: Wiggins was one of the youngest players in attendance and he more than held his own against the bigger and older players. He has a solid work ethic and basketball IQ for his age/grade. He can work on becoming more aggressive on offense and assertive on defense. Overall, a good day for such a young player!