Posted On: 07/20/18 4:20 PM
Caleb Mills (PSB Elite)-Very good shooter with length; can create space with his quickness and handle; does a good job of getting into the paint and using shot fakes; the one question mark is his strength; natural scorer who can fill it up. Has a very good handle that was on display at On the Radar; not many people can guard him; finds a way to score and create space; always looking to score; very nice shot from deep.
Tre Mann (E1T1 Elite)-Shooter; good finisher when attacking off the dribble and getting into the paint; can finish with either hand; good at getting out in transition; good handle with the ball in his hands; moves well without the ball; uses screens well.
CJ Walker (E1T1 Elite)-Attacks, so long; good looking shot; soft touch around the basket; plays above the rim; good handle; versatile; does a good job on defensive side rebounding; high-Level athlete with a great motor.
Damion Baugh (Team Thad)-Plays so hard, wants to win, doesn’t back down, scrappy. Offensive skills are there but he shines on defense; will guard the oppositions best player; can get to the rim off the dribble; good shooter from outside; really good in transition and finding open man if shot is not there.
Jordan Rawls (GA Stars)-Best suited in the full-court offense; can attack off the dribble; good passing ability; speed; quickness in the open floor; can play in the half-court setting as well; playmaker with a good skillset;
Kobe Langley (Team CP3)–Can control the flow of the game with his change of speed and ability to distribute the ball; hard to satay in front of; crafty with the ball in his hands; very good court vision and makes the hard passes look easy;
Caleb Stone-Carrawell (PSB Elite)-Son of former Duke standout Chris Carrawell; nice release and shot form; can knock down shots from deep; good skillset; footwork; can finish in transition; finish with contact; can score off the dribble; keeps head down and goes at defense; sometimes took some wild shots; good defender; long arms; plays hard.