Camp of Champs Standouts (Day 2)

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

Greg Nibbert, the former Presbyterian College Head Coach, used to run one of the top team camps in the region while he was at the Clinton, South Carolina school. Now he has retired from coaching and is running a team camp at Upward Stars Center in Spartanburg, South Carolina. Here is a look at some of the top players from the event held over the past two days.

2019’s

Jaylen Crawford (Asheville Christian)- was impressive today at Camp of Champs, Strong defender, good vision, nice pull up jumper, good handle, good finishing in transition.

Ta’Lon Cooper

Ta’Lon Cooper (Dorman)-Long, good finisher, athletic, active on both ends, length helps him get a lot of defections, consistent shooter. Recently offered by Radford.

Raja Milton (Independence)-nice lefty stroke, pure shooter, good defender, consistent, good use of off- hand when defending, crafty passer, good change of pace to blow by defenders.

AJ McKee (Independence)-Strong body, nice upper body, really good handle with quickness, nice mid-range pull up in paint with traffic, quick first step, good elevation on jumper.

Matt Smith (Indy)-Wide shoulders, can attack off the dribble, good handle for size, strong, can finish above the rim, can guard the perimeter, can handle it well enough to score in transition, goes to the rim strong, fills the gaps to get easy buckets, soft touch around basket.

Luke Chism (Dawson County HS)-scorer, great IQ, makes plays, has the size to know where the mismatches are and exploit them, athletic enough to block a lot of shots.

Kamal Desor (Dorman)-High energy player that is all over the floor, physically ready for the next level. Shot it well during the games I saw, should be a big piece in what Dorman is trying to do this season and go after their third state title in three years. He was offered by Young-Harris College after his play today.

2020’s 

Myles Tate (Dorman)-bouncy, good off the dribble drive, finishes with either hand, flash in his game, extremely quick, really strong handle, really good at fast paced game and finishing, very quick laterally, shifty, can get to his spots, really good at the step-back to create space.

Jasper Gibson (Dawson County HS)-really smart with really good vision, sees the whole floor, stays under control, facilitator, always has head up.

PJ Hall of Dorman (SC)-Rebounds, fights for Posiition, step out and shoot it, goes hard, good size, nice form. South Carolina recently offered.