Coach: Ryan Breazeale
#14: 6’0 ’24 Sincere Rasul (Indian Land)
Starting things off, we look at a player who offers a pretty steady, balanced presence, Sincere Rasul. He’s a tough, scrappy, unselfish lead guard with the ability to create for others and apply scoring pressure from all levels. Rasul utilizes his quick first step to consistently get downhill and make plays within the paint. He’s a useful defender with nice instincts for forcing turnovers and pushing the break in transition. Rasul also displays a great feel on both ends of the floor. Next in his development process is working to get stronger, as it would make him a more physically imposing player on either end of the floor. Coach Breazeale on Rasul: “Sincere is a lead guard who plays at a smooth pace. Needs to work on communicating more on defense and adding a floater to his offensive package. Maintained a good attitude and accepted coaching well.” Rasul enjoyed a quality showing at camp, and should be a useful addition for Indian Land going forward.
#19: 6’1 ’23 Jordan Frazer (Cardinal Newman)
Next, we look at a player who simply knows how to produce alongside any collection of teammates, Jordan Frazer. He’s a smart, well-rounded point guard prospect with nice pace, vision, and balance between playmaking and three-level scoring. Frazer handles the ball well, makes correct decisions, and does a great job of containing his assignment defensively. Frazer is able to move without the ball and pose a useful spot-up threat, but is arguably at his best when dictating the action as a primary creator. 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 Breazeale on Frazer: “Jordan is a great floor general with a positive attitude and willingness to be coached. He plays with great energy and unselfishness, but needs to work on becoming a better communicator.” Frazer did a lot of things well during his time at camp, and should be a target for various college coaches over the coming months with Cardinal Newman.
#30: 6’2 ’23 Johnell Sindab (Mullins)
Moving onto a player who showcased a clear understanding of how to be a complementary piece, Johnell Sindab. He’s a wiry, unselfish guard prospect with reliable abilities as a shooter from midrange and beyond the arc. Sindab is a useful cutter and spot-up threat who understands who to find open seams and capitalize with consistency. He’s a capable ball-handler and willing passer with the ability to do the dirty work on either end of the floor. Next in his development process is working to get stronger, as it would make him a better finisher through contact. Coach Breazeale on Sindab: “Johnell is a good shooter with a positive attitude. He plays hard and accepts coaching well. He can work on becoming a better defender but positions himself well and provides the necessary effort to make an impact.” Sindab made a nice impact at camp, and could be a useful addition at the next-level for the right program.
#35: 6’2 ’24 Markell Hollis (Gaffney)
Continuing onto a player who made a lasting impression through his nonstop motor on both ends of the floor, Markell Hollis. He’s a long, wiry wing prospect with nice IQ and an unselfish mentality. Hollis is a reliable shooter and useful penetrator, but doesn’t necessarily require a ton of touches in order to make an impact. He’s an exceptional defender who utilizes his blend of motor, toughness, and positioning to cause a ton of problems for opponents. Next in his development process is working on getting stronger, as it would allow him to become a more physically imposing player on both ends of the floor. Coach Breazeale on Hollis: “Markell plays extremely hard and hustles on every possession. He finishes well around the basket but also hit jumpers at a consistent percentage. Markell displayed a positive attitude and accepted coaching well.” Hollis enjoyed a quality showing at camp, and should be a productive piece for Gaffney over these next two seasons.
#46: 6’3 ’25 Tyson Ray Jr. (Chapin)
Next, we look at a player who possesses an enticing crossroads between productivity and long-term upside, Tyson Ray Jr. He’s a wiry, blossoming wing prospect with an unselfish mentality and quality feel on both ends of the floor. Ray scored the ball within the flow of the action, but arguably made his biggest impression through his defensive prowess and ability to outwork opponents. He consistently made hustle plays, defended bigger opponents, forced turnovers, and made a solid impact in transition. Ray did a great job of making the extra pass and filling in the gaps offensively. Next in his development process is working to get stronger, as it would make him a more physically imposing player. Coach Breazeale on Ray: “Tyson is a good player with a positive attitude and willingness to be coached. He needs to work on his ability as a rebounder.” Ray made a strong impact at camp, and should be a leader at Chapin over the foreseeable future.
#51: 6’4 ’23 Jaylen Golston (Keenan)
Moving onto a player who easily stood out as one of the top campers on this team, Jaylen Golston. He’s a long, athletic, polished wing prospect with an incredible penetration sense and the ability to apply nonstop pressure as a downhill force. Golston is a quality ball-handler and passer who can create for himself and others with relative ease. He displays an excellent midrange pull-up and the ability to finish seemingly anything he attempts around the basket. Golston is an overwhelming defender with the blend of quickness, physicality, and instincts to consistently force turnovers and shut down his assignment. Next in his development process is working on his consistency from beyond the arc, as it would make him even more difficult for opponents to contain. Coach Breazeale on Golston: “Jaylen is a high-flyer who handles the ball well for his size. He has a great attitude and willingness to be coached, but can continue improving his overall decision-making.” Golston made a lasting impression at camp, and will be a target for numerous college coaches over the coming months.
#62: 6’5 ’23 Kameron Forman (Hartsville)
Continuing onto a player who knows how to cause problems for opponents with his general physicality, Kameron Forman. He’s a long, strong, athletic wing/forward prospect with phenomenal rebounding instincts on both ends of the floor. Forman handles and passes the ball well for his size, but also operates effectively as an off-ball cutter. He consistently finishes around the basket and makes his presence felt as a defender and shot-blocker. Next in his development process is working to become a more consistent three-point shooter, as it would make him more difficult for opponents to contain. Coach Breazeale on Forman: “Kameron is a very active and scrappy player who knows how to really get after it on defense. He plays above the rim and makes an impact in transition, but needs to work on his jumper. Kameron offered a positive attitude and accepted coaching well.” Forman made a quality impact during his time at camp, and should be a definite leader throughout his upcoming senior season at Hartsville.
#67: 6’6 ’23 Maliq Richards (North Augusta)
Next, we look at a player who showcased a lot of intrigue on either side of the ball, Maliq Richards. He’s a long, strong, fairly skilled forward/post prospect with touch, perimeter shooting, and sharp defensive instincts. Richards is a great rebounder who knows how to properly move without the ball and run the floor in transition. He displays quality footwork around the basket and can finish above the rim or out of the post. Richards also passes the ball well for his size. 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 Breazeale on Richards: “Maliq is very vocal on both ends of the floor. He possesses great awareness and understands how to anchor the paint. Maintained a positive attitude and accepted coaching well throughout the day. Needs to work on his off-hand.” Richards enjoyed a strong showing at camp, and should be poised for a productive upcoming senior season at North Augusta.
#78: 6’8 ’25 Hayden Assemian (Legacy Early College)
Finishing up, we look at a player who was purely dominant throughout his time at camp, Hayden Assemian. He’s a big, strong post prospect with excellent length, skill and an overwhelming level of physicality on both ends of the floor. Assemian is a great athlete and overall finisher who possesses an array of impressive fundamentals from the block. His hands, feel, footwork, and craftiness around the basket make him extremely difficult for opponents to contain. Assemian finishes with both hands, above and below the rim, and displays an arsenal of post moves and counters. He also controls the glass and blocks a ton of shots defensively. Next in his development process is working to get quicker, as it would make him even more difficult for opponents to contain. Coach Breazeale on Assemian: “Hayden was the overall best player. Dominant inside and displays the ability to hit the three-pointer. Rebounds and uses his body really well. Can work on his handles next.” Assemian was basically unstoppable at camp, securing the co-MVP award, and should be collect a ton of offers over the coming years.