Posted On: 08/15/18 9:32 PM
Northwood Temple 2019 Forward Brandon Franklin:This season will be the year that Franklin will need to have a breakout season to help raise his recruitment. He’s tall with a long wingspan and has the ability to stretch the floor fairly well, his progression over the past two years has been solid and he has picked up some interest from D2 & D3 programs.
Calvary Day School 2019 Guard Cameron Caroway: Cameron was another player that seemed to fit in with the team, he didn’t force things but found numerous ways to impact the game. He moved well without the ball and when his opportunities to score came about, he converted at a pretty high rate.
Olympic HS 2019 Guard Deonte Randolph: You really can’t measure the impact he has on the court by looking at how many points he scores, he does so many other things for his team that helps them win games. Defending and facilitating are two attributes that we truly liked and were impressed with, he converted some difficult passes and was a smart defender throughout the day.
AC Flora 2019 Guard DJ Sinkler: One of the highest motors of all the players that were in attendance at camp, he never takes a posession off and was constantly making plays. There are certain players that seem like the ball just automatically comes to their hands, and he is one of those guys, offensive rebounds, loose balls, etc. all found their way into his hands.
71st HS 2019 Forward BJ McLaurin: At this point we would classify him as a stretch forward type of player, he can play on the wing some but had more production in the paint in this event. However don’t let that fool you as he showed that he can shoot the deep ball and even grab the rebound and go coast to coast for a finish, schools at the D2 level have shown interest.
Lake Norman HS 2019 Forward Demarcus Johnson: Versatile forward that can play on the wing some as well as banging inside the paint. Will have time to add some more muscle to his frame when he gets to a college program but overall is a solid player and prospect.