Posted On: 06/5/18 8:36 AM

Parker DayParkerDay6'6" | PFSaginaw Heritage | 2021StateMI is a talented wing in the class of 2021. The 6’6” star is from Heritage High School and plays travel basketball for Greenwood Elite. Day is a do-it-all type player. He can shoot, rebound, and pass all at an elite level. He recently atttended the Crossroads Elite Camp in Indianapolis, where he was named to the camp All-Star team.

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Parker DayParkerDay6'6" | PFSaginaw Heritage | 2021StateMI

Parker DayParkerDay6'6" | PFSaginaw Heritage | 2021StateMI attended the camp hoping to get more confident taking the ball to the basket in addition to polishing the rest of his game. He certainly accomplished that goal. Day gained confidence in his ability to attack the rim and that was evident in the fact that most of his baskets at Crossroads Elite Camp came in that fashion.  His ability to get that ball to the rim and his dependable and efficient jump shot were obvious strengths in his game. In fact, they were key factors in selection as a Crossroads Elite Camp All-Star.

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Tbe camp stressed team basketball and skill development as opposed to isolation sets. There was still a lot of one on one basketball, and players who couldn’t create their own looks at the bucket were going to struggle. Parker DayParkerDay6'6" | PFSaginaw Heritage | 2021StateMI excelled in this capacity throughout the event.

Day had a great experience as well as an All-Star performance at the Crossroads Elite Camp. He enjoyed that games at the event because it allowed him to showcase his skills. Day appreciated the opportunity to work with Coach Patton. “He is a shooting coach for the T-wolves and he just trusted me to go get a bucket whenever,” said Day. He was impressed with the level of competition at the Crossroads Elite Camp, pointing out that most of the players had a lot of talent.
Parker DayParkerDay6'6" | PFSaginaw Heritage | 2021StateMI’s hard work is leading him toward next high school season. He wants to become the best player he can be so he can be a key factor in a successful season. “I want to put my high school on the map. I want to help lead my team to the Breslin,” said Day.