Posted On: 10/31/17 10:02 AM
Prep Hoops look at Region 2-AAAAA.
D’Cameron Range – Wade Hampton HS (GREENVILLE) 2018
Range is a player that just does all the little things on the floor to help your team win games. Range rebounds the ball very well for his size and has a great nose for the ball. Range played with Team South Carolina on AAU circuit.
Caleb Henry – Wade Hampton HS (GREENVILLE) 2018
Caleb Henry 6’2 point guard sees the floor very well and has the ability to hit mid-range range jumpers.
Will Edwards – Wade Hampton HS (Greenville) 2019
Will Edwards 6’6 power forward was named to Class 5a All-State Team. Edwards is a very physical and aggressive player in the paint. Edwards is always around the glass to grab rebounds.
Collin Fowler – Riverside HS 2019
Fowler a 2 sport athlete also plays baseball. Fowler a left-handed guard plays a bit of an old- school type game. Fowler uses the set shot a lot in his arsenal Fowler 6’3 is a crafty passer on the floor and played AAU with South Carolina Sonics this past summer.
Donovan Williams – Greenwood HS 2019
Williams averaged 15.0 points and 2.3 assists for the Eagles last season. Williams was also named to Region 2-5a all region team.
Javarion Calhoun – Greenwood HS 2019
Calhoun 5’9 averaged 10.8 points and 3.9 assist for the Eagles. Calhoun was named to Region 2-5A all region team. Calhoun played AAU with Upward Stars Upstate this past summer.
Justin Amadi (2020) – Hillcrest HS (Simpsonville) (pictured on front)
Amadi scores the ball on contact and explodes to the basket. Amadi 6’5 generally scores all his points around the cup. Amadi plays big on both ends of the floor and rebounds everything in sight. Amadi who’s extremely active on the floor runs the floor well in transition.
Amadi has shown at times to step-out and knock down a mid-range jumper.
Marquez Lewis (2020) – Hillcrest HS (Simpsonville)
Lewis is another great piece to this 2020 class here for the Rams. Lewis gets into the lane when he wants to and likes to use the floater. Lewis a pesky defender on the ball can really cause havoc on the floor.
Nicholas Brenegan Wade Hampton (Greenville) 2020
Brenegan is a blue-collar player on the court. Brenegan is the younger brother of former General Luke Brenegan. Luke is now attending Fork Union Military Academy (VA).