Posted On: 03/26/18 9:53 PM
Prep Hoops and Swanny’s Roundball Review teamed up for a UNSIGNED Senior Event at Lakewood HS in Sumter this past Sunday. Lets take a look in this article of the Under 6’0 All-Event Team.
Mikel Shuler – Woodland HS
Shuler 5’4 jet quick point guard is very shifty with the ball. Shuler has no shortage of confidence on the floor and plays with a fearless attitude. Shuler who also plays soccer as a midfielder wasn’t afraid to pull-up from deep range.
Tyrek Reed – Carvers Bay
Reed 5’6 helped the Bears get to the Class 2A State Championship Game this year. Reed has been on the varsity since the 8th grade and averaged 10.5 ppg this season. Reed will dive all over the floor and really looks to get up as a on the ball defender.
Quentin Bell – Hillcrest (Simpsonville)
Bell was a bit a surprise today with his play. Bell took some charges and along with hitting from mid-range and beyond.
Terence Mack – Trinity-Byrnes (Darlington)
Mack 5’11 left-handed guard had a great season for the Titans after transferring over from Hartsville HS. Mack averaged 14.9 ppg and 4.2 assists this season. Mack scored 1,267 career points. Mack has a 2.4 Core GPA and 19 ACT.
Terrell Houston -Lakewood HS
Houston came to Lakewood HS this season after playing the past few seasons at nearby Laurence Manning Academy. Houston brings a good toughness and grit to the floor. Houston recently worked out at Lander University.
Daequan Thomas – Lee Central HS (Bishopville) (pictured on front)
Thomas averaged 13.2 ppg this season for the Stallions. Thomas 5’11 is a surprising athletic kid who can dunk the ball from time to time. Thomas the catalyst on the floor played off the ball a lot this season for the Stallions.
Grant Singleton – Lakewood HS
Singleton was one of the top players in the camp this weekend. Singleton recently took a official visit to St Thomas Aquinas (NY) (NCAA D2). Singleton has received interest from Lincoln Memorial University (TN) (NCAA D2), Coker College (SC) (NCAA D2) and Newberry (SC) (NCAA D2).
Singleton was named MVP of the South Team this season in the North-South All Star Game. Singleton averaged 15.8 ppg, 4.5 rebounds and 4.2 assists. Singleton finished his career with 1,342 points.