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Posted On: 08/8/18 12:27 AM
Chris Paul’s Elite Guard Camp
North Carolina was well represented at the Chris Paul Elite Guard Camp, held recently at the D1 Sports Training Center, in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Among the 25, or so high school players at the camp were five North Carolinians.
Wendell Moore, Jr., a 6-6 210, Guard/Forward from Cox Mill High School in Concord, North Carolina. Wendell has led Cox Mill to consecutive 3A State Championships. He’s also played on Team USA Basketball, the last two summers. His strengths include all out effort, strength, speed and the will to win. He’s also an outstanding finisher, whether banging down dunks of all types, or finishing through strength for “and-one” opportunities.
Keyshaun Langley, 6-1 155, G, 2019, along with his twin brother Kobe, helped lead Wesleyan Christian, of High Point, to an outstanding season last winter. He helped do the same this summer with CP3 AAU. Keyshaun is an outstanding defender and he has improved his perimeter shooting over the past 18 months.
Kobe Langley, 6-1 165, G, 2019, a lefty, along with twin brother, Keyshaun, helped lead Wesleyan Christian and CP3 AAU to outstanding seasons, earning an invitation to Chris Paul’s Elite Guard Camp. Kobe is a slasher, who attacks the basket relentlessly and who plays outstanding defense.
Camren Hayes, 6-2 165, 1G, 2021, is a pure point guard from Greensboro, North Carolina. This young man picked up invaluable experience, going against some of the best guards in the country. He has good speed and possesses excellent play making skills. I like that has an excellent left hand and that he changes speeds well.
Evan Johnson, 6-1 170, G, 2020, is a quick lead guard from Durham, North Carolina. After playing varsity basketball and starting as an 8th grader and as a freshman, Evan transferred to Oak Hill Academy last fall. His strengths are excellent quickness and a pure shooting stroke, while also playing solid pressure defense.