2019 Top Prospects : Coker Team Camp

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Posted On: 06/19/18 11:26 AM

The Prep Hoops coverage from the Coker College Team Camp doesn’t end yet. Lets take a look at some of the 2019 Top Prospects from the camp in this article.

Asanti Price

Asanti Price – Keenan HS

Price was a great addition to the Raiders after transferring over from Eau Claire HS. Price 6’4 has great length and a deep range shooting stroke. Price attacked the basket at times today in transition. Price could be on the verge of  break out year for the Raiders.

Tre Jackson

Tre Jackson – Blythewood HS

Jackson is the leader of this Bengals squad this season. Jackson has a smooth handle and has no problems taking defenders off the dribble. Jackson can score the ball from all 3 levels on the floor. Jackson was on fire from behind the three point line today here at the Coker Team Camp. Jackson is crafty with the ball and very versatile on the floor. Jackson is ranked #7 in the Palmetto State 2019 Class.

Travis Thompson

Travis Thompson – Blythewood HS

Thompson is just a blue collar kid in the paint that helps the team win games. Thompson 6’3  is not flashy at all but plays on contact and isn’t afraid to post up in the paint. Thompson is the ultimate team player and understands his role on the floor.

Robert Johnson – Eau Claire HS (Columbia)  (pictured on front) 

Johnson is a extremely athletic young man that really likes the ball in his hands. Johnson really can elevate on his shot and has the ability to create his own on the floor. Johnson the primary ball-handler for the Shamrocks likes the ball in his hands really excels in a up-tempo style of play.

Derrick Larry

Derrick Larry – Summerville HS

Larry a point guard is a table setter for the Green Wave. Larry had a 3:1 ratio last year assist to turnover. Larry finishes on contact and has good body control at the basket.

Latrell Marshall

Latrell Marshall – Fort Dorchester HS 

Marshall plays in the paint for the Patriots. Marshall 6’5 has the ability to rebound the ball on both ends of the floor and out of his area. Marshall plays on the AAU circuit with Rock Nation Impact. Marshall defends the passing lanes very well.