It has been a busy week here around the region as far as recruiting, as several prospects have announced their commitment to their next programs. 2024 John Campbell, 2024 Jamari Briggs, 2024 Kameron Martin, and 2024 Draven Pilson all recently announced, as we dive into each and what they bring to the table.

2024 John Campbell – Hampden Sydney

What a snag for the program, as Campbell has only continued to develop nicely as a prospect and should be able to impact the team quickly.  When you talk about his game, Campbell is an explosive, high-energy pe player who can get downhill, finish out in transition, make plays off the bounce, and play with maximum effort.  He has continued to develop nicely and brings good offense to the table, something he should only continue to do at the next level.

2024 Jamari Briggs – USC Upstate

Briggs is a good size guard that has been able to make his presence felt at Christ School, but has been strong throughout his high school career. He has made tremendous progress with his game over the years, using his frame well, getting to his spots, knocking down shots from multiple levels as well as being able to battle and get into the paint.  A physical prospect that should only continue to progress and be a nice piece at the next level.

2024 Kam Martin – Long Beach

Martin is a player that intrigued us with his play at our Phenom Events and at the VISAA.  He has the size that you like at 6’5. He really shows the ability to not only run the show, get teammates involved, and be a leader, but he also showed on several occasions that he can be a go-to scorer for himself, making plays off the dribble, knocking down shots, and finishing well inside.

2024 Draven Pilson – Emory & Henry

A very good get for the program, Pilson can be that x-factor on the court.  His blend of size, activity, and skill set are very intriguing, as he can be used in a variety of ways but doesn’t need to be the focal point to be effective. He can help rebound with his size, as well as finish around the basket, but also continues to improve and show his ability to stretch the floor from outside, especially from three.