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Posted On: 06/22/18 10:00 AM
Here is a look at the top Class of 2021 standouts from last weekend’s Lindenwood Team Camp in St. Charles, MO:
Chevy Brenson 6’4″ Christian-O’Fallon
A versatile young wing player who led his team to three victories on the first day of the camp. He has size and the skill level to excel at multiple positions on the court. he played point guard at times, went to the high post against zone defenses and also did a nice job in the low post. Wherever you need him, he will go and play well. He ate hearty on the offensive glass with several put backs along with some good defense.
Mario Fleming 6’3″ Cardinal Ritter
Another active wing player who is a matchup problem with his athleticism, skill level and high rate of activity. He is always attacking the basket off the dribble, either in transition or in the half court, and he finishes well around the basket. He also goes to the boards hard. I also saw an improved perimeter shot over the weekend.
Ilyaas Harris 5’9″ Marquette
A slick ball handling little point guard who plays the game with a lot of poise and savvy. He used his speed and quickness to get in the lane and had some impressive finishes in the land of the trees. He handled the offense well and did a nice job when facing pressure. He is a good facilitator with a high basketball IQ.
Trevon Love 5’10” Jennings
A young point guard who is poised to have a nice career at Jennings. He has good quickness and offensive skills which enables him to excel at either guard position. He excels in the transition game and he also made 3-pointers consistently against zone defenses.
Tommie Williams 6’3″ Belleville West
An athletic wing player who transferred over to the Illinois side from Cardinal Ritter. He is a slashing offensive player who made many plays on the drive and got buckets. He was also very active on the offensive glass.
Colin Parker 6’5″ Montgomery County
A very intriguing young player who has good size and length and plays primarily on the perimeter, often at point guard for his team. He is a very skilled ball handler who can dribble, pass it and shoot the ball from 3-point range. Once he gains more physical strength, he is going to be a problem.
Myles Estrada 6’0″ Francis Howell Central
One of the top young shooters at the team camp, Myles has a quick release and a lot of confidence in his ability to shoot the ball from long distance. Even after playing games on seven consecutive days at two camps, he was knocking down shots on a regular basis.