#10 Isaiah Sanders

Isaiah displayed a great attitude and effort on the court. He excelled in areas such as penetration ability and was solid with his ball handling skills and passing the ball to his teammates. He showed that he was a true point guard early on. His camp coach said 'He is a point guard with a really good future. Showed he can run a team. Fluent running half court offense with the other kids. Didn't back down on the defensive side. He is going to be a good point guard to watch long term'

Areas of Excellence: attitude, basketball IQ, penetration ability, ball handling, skills, passing skills, team play

 

#32 Wesley Silver

Wesley still has areas to improve in but he certainly was a shooter at the camp. He worked hard with his teammates and has a good basketball IQ early on. Attitude was great. His camp coach said 'He is on his way to being a catch and shoot guard. He must work on all his off the dribble basketball game. He has a lot of time to develop and he must develop his frame.'

Areas of Excellence: attitude, basketball IQ, effort, team play, range of shot, catch and shoot, release time, shooting mechanics

 

#50 Chas Stinson

Chas really caught the eye of his coaches as someone who could be special. He was very solid at the event in finding ways to scoring and getting into the lane, while finishing at the rim. Still has to work hard overall on his game, but with the effort he displayed, that shouldn't be a problem. His camp coach said 'I really want to keep an eye on him. If he shoots it better, he may turn into a Division I type player. Great attitude; competed very hard.'

Areas of Excellence: Attitude, Basketball IQ, effort, team play, penetration ability, ability to finish, ball handling skills, quickness, footwork

 

#63 Deshawn Blue

'Blue has really good size for his age. He played better each time he was on the court and worked hard with all the other kids to get reps. He has a bright future if he continues to work hard on and off the court, but he showed that he had a good attitude towards the game and gave max effort on the court.'

Areas of Excellence: Attitude, Acceptance of criticism, effort, team play, range of shot, shooting mechanics, use of off hand, release time, catch and shoot

 

#65 Mekhi Towns

Mekhi was tremendous in several areas on the court. He worked well with his back to the basket in scoring and using his off hand. Would like to see more work defensively and on his range but he is heading in the right direction. His camp coach said 'Great handles and explosion. Really good motor. Nice length and understands half court spacing. He has a good basketball IQ and is really good long term prospect. He needs to work on his perimeter defense so he can defend out of the post.'

Areas of Excellence: Attitude, Effort, Team play, Back to the basket moves, use of off hand, ability to finish, vision and court sense

 

#88 Knoah Carver

Knoah was a pleasure to have at the camp. He played team ball and showed that he is capable of being a good player down the road if he continues to work hard on and off the court. He needs to work more on his motor, while also developing his offensive skills with his range of shot and back to the basket moves. Want him develop more overall in his game and become a force, as we know he can be on the court.

Areas of Excellence: Attitude, Basketball IQ, Team Play, Effort, passing skills, moving without the ball

 

#112 Antonio Hollimon-McLamb

Antonio was a solid guard for Team 9 at the camp. He really took to the coach and listened to what was said, learning what he can do to improve. His attitude and motor will take him far if he continues to develop his overall game on both sides of the ball. We would like to see more work on his back to the basket moves and use of off hand.

Areas of Excellence: Attitude, Acceptance of criticism, range of shot, ball handling, passing skills

 

#137 Isaiah Shepherd

Isaiah showed that he is capable of leading a team and being the floor general at the point guard position. He understands the game and plays team ball, looking for his teammates when they are open. With his size, he can continue to work on areas such as penetration ability, passing skills, defense both on and off the ball and in transition.

Areas of Excellence: attitude, basketball IQ, effort, team play, range of shot, shooting mechanics, ability to finish, ball handling, quickness, footwork

 

#145 Jaylen Gresham

'Jaylen had a solid attitude towards the event, his teammates, and his play all day long. He was great to coach. He was great with his teammates as well. He needs to work on his face up shot and his growth will depend on what kind of position he plays down the road.' Jaylen had impressive moments both offensively and defensively and showed that he wanted to come to the event to work.

Areas of Excellence: Attitude, Basketball IQ, Effort, Team play, range of shot, defense on and off the ball, rebounding his position, footwork

 

#168 Isaiah Griffin

'Great size at his age for both guard positions. When he slows the game down, he looks really good. He needs to improve defensively though. I really like his motor and I think with good coaching, he will be a multi-position kind of player, but he has to learn to defend.' Isaiah excelled in several areas at the camp and was a thrill to watch, as he showed that he was able to score in multiple ways and had great vision/ court sense. He understands the game early and could be one that several should have their eye on down the road.

Areas of Excellence: Basketball IQ, Effort, Team Play, shooting off the dribble, use of off hand, penetration ability, finishing, ball handling, vision and court sense.