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Posted On: 09/25/18 11:41 PM
Prep Hoops decides to take a look at the 2020 Forwards that played in the Top 250 Camp this past weekend at the Myrtle Beach Sports Center. Prep Hoops is your source for basketball in the Palmetto State all year long.
John Haddock Rogers 6’6 – TL Hanna HS (Anderson) (pictured on front)
Haddock Rogers can play inside-out on the floor. Haddock Rogers has very good skills and play face up from 17 feet in. Haddock Rogers uses the ball screen well and shows to have soft hands. Haddock Rogers is a hard worker and very coachable on the floor.
Justin Johnson 6’5 – Lake City HS
Johnson plays with his back to the basket and isn’t afraid to draw contact in the paint. Johnson sets screens and seals really well. Johnson is for sure a below the rim guy and best suited to play in a 1/2 court style of play. Johnson works both blocks and always has his hands up to receive the ball.
Ryan Dupree 6’4 – Marlboro County HS (Bennettsville)
Dupree has a blue collar attitude in the paint. Dupree a undersized post player scores the most of his points close to the cup. Dupree tends to play bigger than his frame. Dupree had several baskets today just on effort and put backs on the glass.
Devon Bristow 6’8 – McBee HS
Bristow has made some strides since last season and has seemed to grow since then. Bristow played assertive at times and not timid today. Bristow could be still growing into his frame and don’t be surprise he grows some more. Bristow has good length and finished a few times today on contact. Bristow just needs minutes and game speed this next year.to see his progression. Bristow could have a breakout season for the Panthers in the Pee Dee area of the state. Prep Hoops first saw him play last season with the Panthers in the regular season vs Lewisville HS.