Posted On: 09/25/18 9:40 AM
The Prep Hoops Top 250 Expo Camp had no shortage of guard play this weekend in Myrtle Beach. Lets take a look at some of the 2020 guards that played in the camp at the Myrtle Beach Sports Center.
Kaleb Mack 6’2 – Legacy Early College (Greenville)
Mack handles the rock very well in the open court. Mack really likes the ball in his hands and has the ability to make plays for others on the floor. Mack picked up a few offers this past summer from Nicholls State University and Coastal Carolina University.
Darjawuan Brown 5’11 – North Charleston HS
Brown is fresh off a Region MVP last season for the Cougars. Brown can score the ball from all 3 levels on the floor. Brown scored 46 points in a game last season.
Zyan Gilmore 5’9 – Clarendon Hall (Summerton)
Gilmore averaged 28 ppg last season for the Saints. Gilmore is clutch performer and always wants the ball in his hands during crunch time. Gilmore really dished out the ball well today while connecting on some open looks.
Carrele Cooper 6’2 – Waccamaw HS (Pawleys Island)
Cooper will be playing for the Warriors this season after playing last season at county rival Andrews HS. Cooper knocked down several three pointers and played the passing lanes very well today.
Darrell Gardner 6’1 – Georgetown HS
Gardner knocked down shots today for his squad. Gardner seems to best off the ball and has a bit of a unorthodox shot. Gardner is always in shot ready to receive the ball. Gardner plays the game extremely hard and never takes plays off.
Montez Frazier 6’0 – Wren HS (Piedmont)
Frazier is a Palmetto HS transfer. Frazier really likes to dominate the ball and shows to be in attack mode at all times. Frazier is quick to the basket and scores all of his points at the rim.
Mondez Frazier 6’0 – Wren HS (Piedmont)
Mondez is a big-time defender and gets his hands on every ball. Mondez created havoc on ball pressure. Mondez a left-handed guard shows to shoot a set shot from 3 point range.
Malik Hailey 5’11 – Lake City HS
Hailey really likes to leak out in transition when given the chance. Hailey set up his mates with passing today. Hailey was a bit passive at times to shoot the ball.
Malik Palmer 6’0 – Denmark-Olar HS (Denmark)
Palmer a combo guard plays quarterback on the football team for the Vikings. Palmer has the ability to explode to the rack. Palmer connected a handful of mid-range jumpers here today.
Wesley Brown 6’4 – Marlboro County HS (Bennettsville)
Brown is very slender-sleek player that prefers to play on the perimeter. Brown rebounds the ball well from the wing spot on the floor. Brown doesn’t play on the Grassroots Circuit.
Jamean Muldrow – Darlington HS (pictured on front)
Muldrow is trying to make a conversion to the point guard spot this season for the Falcons. Muldrow is a tough minded kid who is not afraid to mix it up at times on the floor. Muldrow isn’t afraid to get on the floor for a lose ball, take a charge or rebound the ball. Muldrow is a kid that helps you win games at the end of the day.