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Posted On: 08/15/18 11:14 AM
Here is a look at some of the top wings who were in attendance at the University of Missouri-St. Louis Elite Camp:
CE Talton 6’3″ Monroe City ’19 – An excellent all-around guard who displayed the ability to get buckets at all three levels. He had the ability to create his own shot with a very effective pull-up jumper where he gets good elevation.
Ray Adams 6’3″ Webster Groves ’19 – The senior sharpshooter was knocking down 3-pointers from all over the Mark Twain Building during the camp. He is primed to have a big senior season for the Statesmen.
Jeramy Shaw 6’4″ Valley Park ’19 – The bouncy wing showcased his overall versatility and athleticism during the day. He is comfortable at the point with the ball in his hands or on the wing where he can attack the basket and get out in transition.
Isaiah Ervin 6’2″ Hazelwood Central ’19 – Talented shooting guard with a lanky frame and a lot of scoring ability. He knows how to slither his way into the lane for easy buckets and create jumpers off the dribble with his nice handles.
Blake Busateri 6’3″ Timerbland ’19 – A talented wing with good size and the ability to shoot the ball well from 3-point range. He is also a solid ball handler who can get to the basket and pass the ball.
Anthony Hople 6’0″ Francis Howell North ’19 – Hople had an impressive showing at the camp where he displayed his ability to score in a variety of ways. He could get in the lane with his strength and his pull up jumper was money.
Sofara Rasas 6’4″ St. Mary’s ’20 – A versatile southpaw wing player who was very good at slashing to the basket and getting out in transition for buckets. He is an improved perimeter shooter as well.