3rd Grade Evaluations #3 Marcus Johnson- there's a reason why most people calls him the top 2nd grader in the country. Marcus did what was expected all weekend, and that was dominant. Did I mention he played up and dominated kids a grade higher than him. One word SPECIAL!!
#62 Tanner Ashton- one of the highest basketball IQ's we have seen from someone so young. Tanner knew what plays to make and when to make them this weekend, he did some good and great things all camp.
#18 Mike Jones- came into camp unknown leaving unforgettable. Wasn't many defenders that could stay in front of Mike, he didn't force anything and made other people around him better. He's a top 100 kid that has a bright future.
#67 Michael Graves- Graves probably missed 2 shots in the paint all weekend, he hung around the basket and cleaned up pretty much everything. His better days is yet to come with his dad producing a big time player in Carlton Bragg. He will be just fine. #99 Amir Whitehead- there wasn't a kid probably in the entire camp that wanted to win more then Amir. His competitive nature showed blood sweat and tears, he's a winner and know what plays to make to win ball games. #74 Joey Ondo- Joey shot the ball like he was suppose to be playing with the big boys. He made long range 3's look like lay ups, and got to the basket with ease as well. Joey shots where falling and his defense wasn't bad at all either. #109 Shiloh Cummings- lived by the saying "defense wins championships" seems like he got a thrill out of locking down defenders, blocking shots and rebounding the ball. Very aggressive on defense and finished lay ups. #154 Joshua Newton- great feel for the game, have a very high basketball IQ for his age. Made great passes to teammates along with big stops on defense. Josh is a winner and wanted to win in everything he did. #144 Antonio Brown- Brown was a joy to watch, he didn't stop hustling from the time he stepped on the floor to subbing out sprinting to the bench. He did what most kids don't like to do and that's the dirty work, Brown will be fine because he has a motor that you cannot teach. #111 Jason Helon- did a good job handling the ball, there wasn't many kids that could stay in front of him. He dribbled his way to the basket a lot and finished strong when he got there. Most impressive thing about Jason is he can do it all. #75 Daron Miles- made smart decisions when he had the ball in his hands. Tough nose kids with the will to win, he made big boy plays all weekend and understood everything he was doing too. Smart player with a lot of potential. #68 Quincy Boyd- his handles was pretty amazing for his age and fun to watch. Quincy took some bumps that made people think something was wrong, but he bounced right back up and got back in the play. Tough player with a refuse to lose attitude. #137 Brandon Cosme- you could tell when a missed shot went up Brandon was going to be somewhere near either with the ball or making his way to it. He dominated the boards all weekend and making easy put back lay ups. #105 Sa'Ra Porter- made his presents be known in the passing lanes and taking pride getting stops. Defending everyone on the court seems like is what he wanted to do. Got easy buckets from his tough defense. #155 Luke Newton- Luke was solid all weekend, but in the all star game he turned into a different player. Leading the game in rebounds with 15 he also added in 14 points, he was a beast not just in that game but all weekend. #85 DeKota Johnson- could handle it and shoot it, was very aggressive going to the basket finishing around the hoop and making nice passes. Seen him pass up some shots to get his teammates involved. #107 Donlevy Hughes- showed some signs of dominance. He has a lot of potential to be a beast when he puts it all together. Great size and know how to use his body in the paint. #5 Curtis Long- one of the best court visions we seen in that class. Long made some nice crowd pleasing passes and did them with a smile on his face. Once he get more aggressive on defense he will be all around player.