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Posted On: 08/14/18 2:36 PM
Irvine, Ca. — Saturday’s Hoops By Ugland Skills Summit at Beckman high school featured 92 players from the classes of 2019 to 2022.
The event featured two hours worth of intense skill work, guest speakers with deep roots in the basketball community and camp games to close out the day.
Here are the top wing performers from the 2019 class.
Anthony Holland, Riverside Notre Dame
Holland proved tough to handle for most defenders due to his combination of size, strength and shooting ability. The 6-foot-5 forward set up his strong drives with consistent 3-point shooting both off of drive and kicks and when trailing in transition. One of Holland’s best moves of the day came on a left-hand drive in which he spun off of a defender and finished with a fading right hand shot off the glass.
Jamal Briscoe, Riverside Poly
Briscoe was one of the more athletic players in the gym. The bouncy 6-foot-3 wing defines the term “transition slasher,” as he gets out and fills lanes in transition and dives his way to the basket where he can finish through contact or over length with power. Briscoe, when he wants to be, is a high level perimeter defender with his combination of length, quick hands and good lateral speed.
Dondre Bausley, Riverside Notre Dame
This was the perfect setting for Bausley’s game because he combines quickness and power, but also plays harder than just about everyone else in the gym. The 6-foot-3 senior thrives when getting downhill in transition and finishing through contact. He can also guard multiple spots at the high school level.
Trevor Seesemann, Troy
Seesemann came in as an unknown commodity, but he definitely left as a guy who upped his stock. The long 6-foot-4 Orange County product was hitting open 3-point shots with little time and space needed, but also used an effective shot fake to get by defenders on the perimeter and to the basket where he used the glass to his advantage when finishing.
Anton Mozga, Riverside Notre Dame
Mozga had a little more pop in his legs than he usually does. The 6-foot-5 senior had a handful of powerful two-hand dunks in transition, but still made sure to knock down his typical mid-range jumper with consistency.