Posted On: 04/16/18 9:44 AM
Prep Hoops takes a look at some of the 2022 players that we saw this weekend at Big Shots Columbia.
Davion Joyner (2022) River Oaks M.S. (North Charleston) – For Dorchester HS – TMP 16U
Joyner is a future player for the Patriots. Joyner played jayvee this past season and currently plays with TMP 16U. Joyner showed good poised playing up a couple age groups.
Devin Gillespie (2022) Long M.S. (Cheraw) – Cheraw HS – Team Wall SE Marion 2022
Gillespie 6’0 combo guard averaged 1.8 ppg this season for the Braves on the varsity level. Gillespie saw action in 21 games this season. Gillespie has looked to grown a inch or so this season and really saw the floor well today. Gillespie connected on some open jumpers. Gillespie can play fast or at a half court pace. Gillespie was extremely active in the passing lanes and got plenty of deflections today.
Carlton Terry Jr. (2022) Whittemore Park M.S. (Conway) – Conway HS – Team Wall SE Marion 2022
Terry Jr. is the son of Conway HS Football Coach Carlton Terry. Terry Jr. leaked out in transition today for several cheapies. Terry showed the ability to knock down open jumpers. Terry Jr was very unselfish and a bit passive at times to a fault.
Tony Lorick (2022) Cardinal Newman (Columbia) – Team Wall SE-Marion 2022
Lorick was a load in the paint for his team. Lorick thrived on contact and finished everything around 4 feet in today. Lorick saw action in 26 games this season for the Cardinals at the varsity level. Lorick 6’4 has broad shoulders and tends to be a mismatch in the paint. Lorick is originally from Springfield, MA and attended Commonwealth Academy before arriving at Cardinal Newman.
Travon Pearson (2022) Lee Central M.S. (Bishopville) – Lee Central HS – Team Wall SE-Marion 2022
Pearson is 7’2 and yes that is correct. Pearson 15 years old finished with a handful of points but collected 7 rebounds and 6 blocks in the game Prep Hoops took in today. Pearson is long and rangy but tends to move well for his size. Pearson has a great wingspan and keeps the ball high in the post. Pearson will be a kid to monitor in the years to come down the road.