Coach: Jake Senyo
#5: 4’11 ’25 Landon Wilson (Florence, SC)
Starting things off, we look at a player that made a nice impact on both sides of the ball during camp, Landon Wilson. He’s a wiry, slightly undersized point guard prospect with quickness and an excellent feel for the game. Wilson handles the ball with care and can create for himself or others with great poise. He’s able to get wherever he wants on the floor and consistently looks to get others involved. Wilson contained his assignment well on defense, especially at the point of attack. Next in his development process is working to add strength, as it would make him a more reliable finisher when penetrating. Coach Senyo on Wilson: “Landon is a great young guard that is very quick. He has a great handle and looks to get shooters open. He’s a great teammate. Landon is very efficient with a quick first step. He has very active hands, which creates scoring opportunities off of turnovers.” Wilson is young, but already quite productive, so we’ll be monitoring his progress going forward.
#8: 5’1 ’25 Justin Geter (Greensboro, NC)
Next, we look at a player that offered his team with a steady, reliable two-way presence throughout camp, Justin Geter. He’s a smart, well-rounded point guard prospect that knows how to play the right way. Geter is capable of mixing it up on offense and has the necessary vision to work as a primary creator. However, he also scores the ball at an efficient rate from all levels and is capable of spotting-up without the ball. Next in his development process is working on his ability to move without the ball, as it would make him an even better spot-up threat. Coach Senyo on Geter: “Justin is a very solid guard with a great understanding of the game. He’s a great teammate that looks for opportunities to get his teammates open shots. He’s good at attacking the defense and breaking the press. Justin made a couple great defensive plays when trapping.” Geter had a terrific two-way showing at camp and should be a very useful player for the foreseeable future.
#16: 5’4 ’23 Donnie Greene (Charlotte, NC)
Moving onto a player that possesses a well-rounded skillset and sharp two-way feel for the game, Donnie Greene. He’s a calm, conservative guard prospect that can score the ball in a variety of different ways. Greene scores effectively on all levels and gets his points within the flow of the offense. He passes and handles the ball well, which allows him to actively toggle between either guard position. Greene rebounds well for his size and is capable of making a ton of plays in transition. Next in his development process is working on the use of his off-hand, as it would make him a more complete player. Coach Senyo on Greene: “Donnie is a good guard that excels in transition, both on offense and defense. He doesn’t force his shot, but has a quality jumper. Donnie has very good leadership qualities. He listens to his coach and makes great adjustments in man-to-man defense.” Greene did a terrific job of setting the tone for his team during camp and could be worth keeping an eye on going forward.
#19: 5’5 ’25 Dane Cassada (Advance, NC)
Continuing onto a player that stood out quite regularly with his ability to shoot the ball, Dane Cassada. He’s an off-guard that plays with excellent energy and understands his role on the court. Cassada embraces his identity as a shooter and doesn’t try to do things outside of his comfort zone. He proved to be a great spot-up threat that knocked down multiple shots from midrange and beyond the arc throughout camp. Cassada moves very well without the ball and does a great job of positioning himself for success. Next in his development process is working on his ability to penetrate and finish inside, as it would complement his perimeter shooting nicely. Coach Senyo on Cassada: “Dane made his team better all day. He was able to make adjustments during the game, which made him very coachable. He has a very solid jumper from midrange and beyond the arc.” Cassada fought hard at camp and should continue working on his offensive skillset in order to maximize his abilities as a player.
#28: 5’5 ’24 Judah Freeman (Cornelius, NC)
Next, we look at a player that operated as the primary glue-guy for his team during camp, Judah Freeman. He’s a wiry guard prospect that does a little bit of everything, from handling the ball and creating scoring opportunities to fighting for rebounds and making plays on defense. Freeman can play either guard position and possesses a solid two-way feel for the game. He also proved to be an unselfish, team-first guy on both ends of the floor. Next in his development process is working to add strength, as it would allow him to be more physical on defense and when fighting for rebounds. Coach Senyo on Freeman: “Judah was a solid playmaker for his team all day. He did a great job of getting to the basket and breaking the press. He had a great understanding of his role on the team.” Freeman did a great job of affecting various facets of the game throughout the day and should be productive during his upcoming eighth-grade season.
#32: 5’7 ’25 Tristan Thompson (Florence, SC)
Moving onto a player that was arguably the most impressive prospect from his class at camp, Tristan Thompson. He’s a big, strong-bodied wing prospect with a solid amount of two-way versatility. Thompson was able to utilize his body extremely well throughout the day, barreling opponents over en route to the rim, clearing out space nicely for rebounds, and through welcoming contact on defense. He showed signs of a formidable jumper and was certainly among the most productive performers on this team. Next in his development process is working on playing with a consistent motor, as it would allow him to truly overwhelm and dominate his assignment. Coach Senyo on Thompson: “Tristan has great height for his age. I would like to see him attack the basket more often. He has a nice jumper and plays his position well.” Thompson proved to be incredibly appealing, especially for his age, and has the chance to become a very productive two-way player with continued work.
#35: 6’1 ’23 London Johnson (Charlotte, NC)
Continuing onto a player that was absolutely unstoppable during his time at camp, London Johnson. He’s a smart, skilled, physically advanced guard prospect with an incredibly smooth approach to the game. Johnson scores the ball with efficiency from all three levels and has the necessary craftiness to continually mix it up on offense. He was uncontainable with the ball in his hands and was able to dictate the action very well on either end of the floor. As impressive as Johnson was offensively, he arguably shined the brightest as a rebounder, where he consistently outworked bigger/stronger opponents on the glass. Next in his development process is working on his ability to move without the ball, as it would allow him to score with even more regularity. Coach Senyo on Johnson: “London was our MVP. I could put him at any position on the court and he would excel. He has very good on-ball defense and gets a ton of second-chance points.” Johnson was simply unbelievable at camp, dominating in effortless fashion and securing the MVP award with relative ease.
#47: 5’10 ’25 Kady’n Turner-Scott (Greensboro, NC)
Next, we look at a player that is truly just beginning to scratch the surface of his long-term abilities, Kady’n Turner-Scott. He’s a long, fairly athletic wing/forward prospect with an intriguing array of skills. Turner-Scott worked well inside the paint and displayed solid touch with either hand. He’s pretty useful on defense and has the necessary length to alter a ton of shots around the basket. Turner-Scott is very young and quite fluid for his size, which should eventually allow him to be featured on the perimeter in the future. Next in his development process is working to add strength, as it would allow him to be a more polished rebounder. Coach Senyo on Turner-Scott: “Kady’n has a good interior presence. He can score inside and looks to get second-chance opportunities. He does a good job of playing help-side defense. I would like to see him be more aggressive.” Turner-Scott is going to be a quality player, especially if he continues to hone his craft.
#59: 6’1 ’23 Joshua Daniels (Florence, SC)
Finishing up, we look at a player that showcased a vast array of useful skills during his time at camp, Joshua Daniels. He’s a big, strong-bodied post prospect that has added a nice amount of two-way versatility to his arsenal. Daniels typically works from the low block, utilizing his IQ, strength, footwork, and soft touch to dominate around the basket. He moves quite well for his size, which is fairly evident on defense, as Daniels was able to reliably switch across multiple positions. He displayed an improved jumper and communicated well throughout the day. Next in his development process is working to become quicker, as it would make him a tougher matchup for most opposing post players. Coach Senyo on Daniels: “Joshua is a very strong, physical post player. He has great post-up moves and excellent footwork. He has very nice form and rotation on his shot. Joshua has a great attitude.” Daniels has come to a lot of our camps and seems to get better with each showing, which should properly prepare him for his upcoming freshman season.