Look for 2020 prospect Camren Hayes to jump onto the national radar this summer and he should ease his way in to Top 100 national rankings sooner rather than later. Playing as the starting point guard for Team CP3s 16u EYBL team, Hayes has continued to take his game to another level.

He shoots the ball very well, both off the bounce and the catch, from all levels. He has a quick burst and an easy change of pace. Hayes has a smooth feel in the mid range with quick elevation and touch on his pull up. His head is always up and he has a high court IQ as he is never rushed and always seems to make a play once he touches the paint.

The prestigious North Carolina Top 80 brings together the best prospects the Hoop State has to offer and has them compete against one another. In the 2018 North Carolina Top 80 we wrote, 'Hayes has good length and athleticism and a natural feel about him on the basketball court. He has a full package as a point guard, with the ability to get into the paint and deep range with soft touch on his jump shot. He broke out in this event to be thought of as a highest level type recruit. Hayes' camp coach stated, 'Camren is a high major PG. His pull up jump shot is automatic, and he shoots the 3 consistently. He is able to make plays for himself and others with next level vision.'

Hayes missed the majority of last summer as he recovered from a pair of broken wrists. Hayes was undercut while dunking in a game and he protected his fall with his hands, breaking both wrists. So his reputation is a little behind the curve nationally.

Look for Hayes' recruitment to take on a 'highest' level type feel with the Top 25 schools in the country getting involved. The offers should start coming soon and the excitement across the country will continue to build.

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