6’6 2022 Yashiya Crespin – Crespin is a big physical guard, he’s a natural leader and he’s got next-level vision. Crespin makes good decisions with the rock, and he’s a pass-first lead guard that understands the tendencies of the guys around him. Crespin is physically and mentally tough, he’s battled through adversity with some injuries, but looks completely healthy now. Crespin will guard multiple positions and contribute on the glass.
5’7 2022 Isaiah Jackson is a smaller guard but an adept finisher at the cup. He showed superb body control & craftiness around the rim getting his shot off amongst the trees. Jackson will use the rim to protect his shot from wouLd be shot blockers, overall Jackson has good feel for the game. Jackson won’t get sped up by opposing guards, he plays with a good natural pace & makes the right reads.
6’7 Kanayo Nwosu- Nwosu had a strong weekend on both ends of the floor, he plays extremely hard and is just everywhere on the court. He was one of the most explosive unsigned athletes at the entire camp, and his game continues to round out, he can really get up and down the floor, Nwosu is extremely agile at 6’7 and will routinely beat his matchup down the floor. Defensively Nwosu hustles, he guards multiple spots, and he utilizes that athleticism on the glass.
6’3 2021 Jay Mitchell- Over the last two years you’d be hard-pressed to find many prospects who’ve made the strides Mitchell has. He’s been known as an elite athlete capable of playing above the rim, but the ball skills have caught up to the rest of Mitchell’s game. Mitchell is now a reliable three-point shooter, he can create for himself or teammates off the bounce also. Mitchell doesn’t need to dominate the ball to be effective, he’s got a noon stop motor and really guards the basketball.
6’5 ’22 Isaiah Williams was everywhere on the floor all weekend, at 6’5 he’s exceptional at rebounding the basketball even over bigger defenders he understands how to leverage position. Williams is physical & leaves it all on the floor. Williams will guard the opposing teams best player no matter the position, & still touch the paint regularly, he’s a strong finisher and can absorb contact on the finish.