Campbell University Team Camp: 2020 Standouts

High School
North Carolina

Posted On: 06/23/18 7:22 PM

Grace Christian 2020 Forward Allan Taylor: There is a lot to like about what he brings to the table and what he could possibly be in the future. A legit 6’8 with a strong frame, he has put in some time and work offensively to the point now that he is becoming comfortable playing with his back to the basket and has some post move in his arsenal.

Athens Drive 2020 Guard Lawrence Frost: He plays the game in a physical manner, using his strength to initiate and absorb contact at a high rate. Skilllset wise there are a lot of different things he can bring to his team on the court, he can score the ball at a nice rate but also make plays for others.

West Brunswick 2020 Wing Jadyn Parker: The improvement that he has made in a short span of time is impressive, he’s all of 6’8 with long arms and the ability to put the ball on the floor. He made some plays from the wings and although he didn’t get too many foul calls, he constantly attacked the paint. Last but not least, his coach informed us that he holds over a 4.5 GPA which only makes him that much more of an intriguing prospect.

Wakefield HS 2020 F/C Kharye Cayne: 6’8 with long arms and nice upside, there is plenty to like about what he can bring to the table. As the day went on he got better, making plays primarily on the defensive end of the court, using his length and height to block shots.

Wakefield HS 2020 Wing Tommy Petruccione: Does a very nice job of moving without the ball as well as knocking down shots. You don’t have to necessarily run plays for him due to the fact that he’s always moving and actin so eventually he is going to get open.

West Brunswick HS 2020 Forward Jvian McCray: The energy he played the game with was something that we liked as well as his athletic ability. Initially when you see him you may not think he has a ton of athleticism but he showed that he is more than capable of making plays above the rim for his team.