Coach: Kelvin Mills
#93: 5’9 ’26 James Pojani (First Baptist)
Starting things off, we look at a player who stood out through his leadership and slew of intangibles, James Pojani. He’s a smart, skilled, unselfish guard prospect with a high motor and reliable scoring prowess from all levels. Pojani defended, rebounded, and consistently made hustle plays. Next in his development process is working on the use of his off-hand, as it would make him a more complete player. Coach Mills on Pojani: “James is a smart guard with a high IQ and a team-first approach to the game. He has an above-average handle and good court vision. He does all the little things right. James’ perimeter shooting is excellent, and I was very impressed with his rebounding presence from the guard position. He provided the team with energy all day. His high motor was contagious. Something I hardly ever write (and a compliment that I’m generally hesitant about giving out), this young man is a leader. He will make any team he is part of a winner. Gave solid effort all day.” Pojani made a lasting impression at camp and should be a quality piece for First Baptist going forward.
#96: 5’9 ’26 Malik Tinsley (Lancaster)
Next, we look at a player who did a terrific job of setting the tone on both ends of the floor, Malik Tinsley. He’s a smart, rugged, high-motor guard prospect with an unselfish approach and the ability to consistently create for himself and others. Tinsley is a quality playmaker, engaged defender, and useful scorer from all levels. Next in his development process is working to get stronger, as it would make him a better finisher through contact. Coach Mills on Tinsley: “Malik is a floor general who has tremendous basketball IQ and the knowledge of how to set the table for all of his teammates to eat. He sees the floor, makes the right pass, and is a bucket in transition. Malik could’ve easily been the choice for the camp defensive award winning. He’s a lockdown defender in the half court, making sure he doesn’t give up any easy buckets to his assignment. Malik was also a good off-ball defender. He simply makes plays.” Tinsley proved to be an asset during his time at camp and should be a key piece for Lancaster over the coming years.
#101: 5’11 ’26 Grey Disbrow (DW Daniel)
Moving onto a player who did a terrific job of producing within the flow of the action, Grey Disbrow. He’s a smart, skilled, high-motor guard prospect with a scrappy nature and useful presence on both ends of the floor. Disbrow is a solid shooter but was arguably at his best when getting downhill and applying pressure as a penetrator. He creates well for himself and others, and knows when to defer versus when to attack. Next in his development process is working on the use of his off-hand, as it would make him a more complete player. Coach Mills on Disbrow: “Grey is a strong, versatile, and very intelligent player. He’s aggressive on the offensive end of the good. Has a very good midrange game and knows how to get to the basket. I love his court vision and passing skills. He also has the ability to finish through contact. Grey should be a productive high school player this year.” Disbrow did a lot of things well during his time at camp and will be a prospect to monitor over the coming years.
#104: 6’0 ’26 Drew Quinn (Westminster Catawba)
Continuing onto a player who arguably stood out as the top shooting threat on this team, Drew Quinn. He’s a smart, skilled, unselfish guard prospect with incredible perimeter shooting and the ability to pose a constant threat for opponents. Quinn is a knockdown shooter and great off-ball cutter who knows how to play to his strengths. He gets to his spots, makes correct decisions, and knocks down jumpers at a very high percentage. Next in his development process is working on the use of his off-hand, as it would make him a more complete player. Coach Mills on Quinn: “Some players are shot-takers while Drew is a shot-maker. Excellent catch-and-shoot threat with awesome range on his shot. Possesses terrific shooting mechanics. He’s a useful piece with or without the ball in his hands. Drew draws extra attention on every possession due to his shooting ability. He gets the best out of his physical talent. Drew utilizes his length to post up smaller defenders. He was one of the smartest players in camp.” Quinn made a strong impact at camp and should be a difference-maker for Westminster Catawba going forward.
#109: 6’1 ’26 Quintavus Anderson (Laurens)
Next, we look at a player who did an excellent job of actively filling in the gaps on both ends of the floor, Quintavus Anderson. He’s a tough, scrappy, fairly well-rounded guard prospect with a nice combination of IQ, motor, and athleticism. Anderson is capable of doing a healthy amount of everything, from defending to scoring to making hustle plays, and knows how to adapt based on team needs. Next in his development process is working on the use of his off-hand, as it would make him a more complete player. Coach Mills on Anderson: “Quintavus plays his game. He stays within himself, makes the right play, and takes the fight shots. He knows how to consistently affect all facets of the game. Did a great job of making his presence felt more and more as the day went on. Good passer with nice court vision. Rebounded the ball well on both ends of the floor. Good defender. He will give his high school team good minutes this year.” Anderson enjoyed a quality showing at camp and has the tools to be a major asset for Laurens over the foreseeable future.
#112: 6’2 ’26 Daylin Haltiwanger (Hammond)
Moving onto a player who showcased an impressive array of skills and intangibles, Daylin Haltiwanger. He’s a smart, tough, high-motor wing prospect with an unselfish approach and the ability to affect all facets of the game. Haltiwanger displayed reliable scoring instincts from all levels, but also created for others, moved without the ball, and caused problems for his assignment on defense. He’s a willing rebounder with a quality nose for the ball. Next in his development process is working to get stronger, as it would make him even more difficult for opponents to contain. Coach Mills on Haltiwanger: “Daylin has a very high basketball IQ. He makes plays for everyone on the court. He’s the type of player who takes care of business on both ends of the floor. His shot selection is very impressive; he did not take a bad shot all day. Daylin is going to do great things for his high school team this season.” Haltiwanger produced well during his time at camp and has the tools to trend upward for Hammond over the coming years.
#117: 6’2 ’26 Reed Dugger (Greenville)
Continuing onto a player who really impressed through his general polish and scoring prowess, Reed Dugger. He’s a skilled, unselfish, high-motor wing prospect with a quality IQ and the ability to apply consistent scoring pressure from all levels. Dugger is a nice creator, both for himself and others, who knows how to generate clean looks, make hustle plays, and outwork his assignment defensively. Next in his development process is working on the use of his off-hand, as it would make him a more complete player. Coach Mills on Dugger: “Reed’s middle name should be ‘buckets.’ He’s an offensive threat that can make plays from multiple levels on the floor. When I say make plays, I mean get buckets. Reed is a rugged on-ball defender with a knack for forcing turnovers and turning said takeaways into points on the other end. A common theme with this young man is his ability to score the ball. He understands spacing, movement without the ball, and how to properly use a ball screen.” Dugger enjoyed an excellent showing at camp and will be a prospect to monitor for Greenville over the coming years.
#120: 6’3 ’26 Jaden Gerald (Gray Collegiate)
Next, we look at a player who stood out as one of the most impactful performers in attendance, Jaden Gerald. He’s a strong, athletic, physically overwhelming wing/forward prospect with a high motor, sturdy frame, and the ability to do everything on the court. Gerald is capable of applying scoring pressure from all levels while taking advantage of mismatches and constantly looking to get others involved. He’s a quality defender and rebounder who is willing to make hustle plays. Next in his development process is working on the use of his off-hand, as it would make him a better finisher around the basket. Coach Mills on Gerald: “Jaden is a physically talented player who can produce from the wing or inside the paint. He’s a strong athlete who can move and finish plays at or above the rim. Jaden poses a consistent threat with his pull-up game. He has good footwork, excellent court vision, and rebounds his position very well. He knows how to play without the ball. Jaden was one of the best all-around players in camp today.” Gerald made a lasting impression during his time at camp and will certainly be a prospect to monitor for Gray Collegiate going forward.
#125: 6’5 ’26 Antwon Young (York Prep)
Moving onto a player who arguably stood out as one of the most physically overwhelming campers on display, Antwon Young. He’s a long, rugged, explosive forward prospect who simply knows how to cause problems for opponents on both ends of the floor. Young finishes well through contact, plays above the rim, and consistently makes his presence felt as a rebounder. He can create off the bounce and knock down the occasional jumper, but does a great job of playing to his strengths. Young also defends multiple positions and pushes the break well in transition. Next in his development process is working to become a more consistent three-point shooter, as it would make him even more difficult for opponents to contain. Coach Mills on Young: “Antwon is a prototypical big forward. Big, strong young man who already has a college body. His hands and footwork give him an almost unfair advantage over others. He can finish with both hands and is clutch around the basket. Good open-court defender. Takes criticism well. One of the most coachable kids I had at camp. Puts in work on every possession. If he continues working, Antwon could become a D1 player.” Young enjoyed a strong showing at camp, securing the Offensive Award, and should be a focal point for York Prep over the foreseeable future.
#128: 6’6 ’26 Lucas Wiersma (TL Hanna)
Finishing up, we look at a player who continues to visibly trend upward as a long-term piece, Lucas Wiersma. He’s a long, wiry, highly skilled forward prospect with a terrific blend of IQ, motor, and physical tools. Wiersma is an excellent shooting threat, but also scores well around the basket and displays nice vision as a passer. He possesses an excellent nose for the ball and does a great job of utilizing his length to secure rebounds on both ends of the floor. Next in his development process is working to get stronger, as it would allow him to become a more physically overwhelming two-way player. Coach Mills on Wiersma: “Lucas is a big man with good hands, solid footwork, and the ability to create his own shot in the lane or on the low block. He runs the floor and makes himself and easy opportunity for early offense. He’s a big-time defender that is outstanding at blocking shots and protecting the rim. He plays with intensity and aggression, two things you can’t coach (along with his size). Lucas is a definite college player.” Wiersma proved to be an asset at camp, securing the Hustle Award, and will be a focal point for TL Hanna over the coming years.