Super 6 Showcase Shooters


Posted On: 07/20/18 11:09 AM

  1. 2019 Robin Perry (E1T1 Elite / Oak Ridge (FL))
    1. Perry is one of many talented players on the Nike EYBL’s circuit member Each 1 Teach 1 Elite squad. He is the next Division I prospect out of Oak Ridge high school, the former high school of 2018 LSU commit Emmitt Williams and 2018 Memphis commit Antwann Jones. Perry is a 6’4” wing with a variety of skills on the offensive end. He can break you down and finish off the dribble, finish in transition through traffic on either side, and is lights out from the perimeter. Regardless of if he’s creating his own shot off the bounce or catching a pass from a teammate, Perry is knockdown from anywhere on the floor. His most impressive performance at the Super 6 Showcase was against B Maze Elite when he showed all those skills including nice pullup three pointers in transition from beyond the NBA three point line. Perry’s range is unlimited and it can open up the rest of his offense at the next level, which will be an interesting take on who ultimately lands the off guard from Orlando.
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  2. 2020 Tray Wilburn (New Orleans Elite / Crescent City Christian (LA))
    1. Wilburn is an impressive prospect, only going into his junior campaign with Crescent City Christian in Metairie, Louisiana. He has impressive length at 6’7” and was an effective offensive rebounder in the games I saw him in at the Super 6 Showcase. Offesnively, he can get hot at any point during games as I saw him hit consecutive threes in the opening quarter of his first game against Team Winston and in his final matchup of the showcase against Georgia South. His damage was done primarily off the catch but when his feet are set, he is dangerous from anywhere outside the arc. Continuously improving his ability to put the ball on the ground and make plays in the lane will give him an extra weapon in his repertoire but his shot making ability keeps him effective in games and one teams must prepare for if they wish to be successful.
  3. 2020 Zephaniah Corker (Team Forrest / Lithonia)
    1. In one of the more interesting games of the showcase, Team Forrest found themselves down by as much as 24 points in the first half; only to come back and win against a tough Infinite Skills Florida team. Corker was the primary reason behind this convincing second half comeback as the sharpshooter from Lithonia knocked down 7 three point field goals on his way to a 27 point output for the game. He was fire hot during an eight minute stretch in that second half and his teammates did a good job of finding him for open looks at the basket. I was impressed with the way Corker moved without the basketball to free himself for those looks and his ability to knock down shots off the catch or with one and two bounces off an initial pump fake. Corker, standing only 6’ tall, has some Division II interest and is a key piece to a defending region champion in one of Georgia’s toughest regions, regardless of classification.
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  4. 2019 DJ Estes (Tennessee Panthers / Fairview (TN))
    1. Estes wasn’t a player I saw a lot of over the course of the Super 6 Showcase, however in the brief instances I saw him, it wasn’t unbelievable seeing many threes pointers made on the scoresheets from other games he’d played in this week. Estes has a launching type of release that seems unorthodox but is quick when it leaves his hands and was consistent going through the net over the course of two days. He connected on five three pointers in his matchup against Hoop Dreams and kept that momentum going in his last game against Game Elite Blue. Estes is coming off all-region honors at Fairview high school in Tennessee and if his shot was any reason for his selection during his junior season, there seems to have been no drop off this AAU campaign and going into his senior season.
  5. 2019 Braxton Bartlett (SEBA / Oldsmar Christian (FL))
    1. Bartlett is a Cerebral prospect and made nice non scoring plays in their victory against Team CP3’s 2020 squad. He has good size at 6’5” to play the off guard position at the next level and was comfortable against traps and full court pressure when a comeback attempt was prevalent late in that same game. Bartlett was knockdown at every spot on the floor and seemed very comfortable off the catch in the corners specifically. The Oldsmar Christian guard can also defend and was an effective free throw shooter when the game needed to be sealed late. He’s been in the mix with schools such as Holy Cross, Stetson, and Lipscomb since as early as his sophomore campaign and more interest with some offers should come soon as he goes through his final prep school season.