Posted On: 06/20/18 6:44 AM
The talent at the Coker College Team Camp didn’t drop off either day of the event. Prep Hoops takes a look at the Top Prospects from the 2020 class. All 7 players covered in this article are currently in the 2020 Palmetto State Rankings between 2-65.
Dillon Jones – Keenan HS
Jones has really reformed his body in the past year. Jones is currently ranked #2 in the 2020 Palmetto State Class behind Myles Tate. Jones attacked the basket all day long from the point guard position. Jones really likes the ball in his hands and he made plays all day long for the Raiders.
Emorie Knox – Myrtle Beach HS
Knox could possibly be the quickest point guard in the state from end to end. Knox plays so poised on the floor at all times. Knox who checks in at #7 in the 2020 Palmetto State Rankings has great court vision. Knox still must work on his perimeter shooting.
Omarion Byrd – North Augusta HS
Byrd was a bit hampered by a foot injury for the Yellow Jackets here today. Byrd was playing more on the ball than Prep Hoops has ever seen him play. Byrd is generally a undersized off guard that can stroke it from downtown.
Antoine Parker – Fort Dorchester HS
Parker plays so much bigger than his size on the floor. Parker 6’4 is constantly around the ball at rebounds it very well out of his area. Parker brings a great mindset and attitude to the floor for the Patriots. Parker who runs with TMP 16U also plays football for the powerhouse Patriots program. Parker is ranked #13 in the 2020 Palmetto State Class.
Jordan Jones – Trinity Byrnes (Darlington)
Jones is the catalyst and now the leader of the Titans. Jones a left-handed guard plays on the ball but does look to score it. Jones a quarterback on the football field helped the Titans to a football state championship and runner-up finish last season on the hardwood to Spartanburg Day. Jones comes in at #30 in the 2020 Palmetto State Class.
Jones plays up a age group and runs with Manzer 17U.
Raekwon Horton – Keenan HS
Horton is a great piece to this talented Raiders squad. Horton has great size and a basketball IQ. Horton has the ability to finish on contact and stays active in the passing lanes with his great length. Horton keeps on getting better every time we see him play.
** Jones, Knox and Horton all play together on the Upward Stars Southeast 2020 squad coached by Ryan Norris.
Jamean Muldrow – Darlington HS (pictured on front)
Muldrow is a left-handed attacking guard. Muldrow penetrates-kicks and finds the open man. Muldrow isn’t afraid to sacrifice his body when it comes to taking a charge on the floor. Muldrow is a great on the ball defender.
Muldrow runs with Team Wall Southeast-Marion on the AAU circuit.