VA Top 250 Upperclassmen Standouts

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Posted On: 09/24/18 11:00 AM

MECHANICSVILLE, VA — The Prep Hoops Top 250 came to Hanover High School on Sunday, where the talent pool was deep, and the games competitive. Here we begin our coverage of the event by highlighting five upperclassmen who stood out.

JOEL KABIMBA | MIDDLEBURG ACADEMY ’19

It did not take long for Joel Kabimba to stand out as the best prospect in attendance. The 6-foot-8 face up four man showcased a high basketball IQ, the willingness to involve his teammates, and nice touch around the basket. Kabimba is a high level athlete who runs the floor, blocks shots, rebounds, and finishes above the rim.

MACK BURGETT | LC BIRD ’19

Mack Burgett

Mack Burgett stood out because he played the game the right way in a camp setting where chaos can ensue at the drop of a dime. Burgett, a versatile and mobile 6-foot-7 southpaw who can stretch the floor or attack off the bounce and defend a variety of positions, had two emphatic poster dunks that shut the gym down.

JORDAN HAIRSTON | FLINT HILL ’19

Jordan Hairston

Jordan Hairston was the best point guard prospect in the gym, and one of the most efficient scorers as well. Hairston demonstrated three level scoring ability, lockdown on-ball defense, and good anticipation in help situations.

CHRIS SHEPHERD | WILLIAM FLEMING ’19

Chris Shepherd

6-foot-4 wing Chris Shepherd played hard from opening tip through the final whistle on Sunday. Shepherd stood out because of his intriguing blend of size and athleticism to go along with his skill set. 

CHARLES TART | VARINA ’19

Charles Tart is a nice sleeper in the Richmond area, and the 6-foot-4 wing took advantage of his opportunity to showcase his talent this weekend. Tart consistently did a bit of everything on both ends of the floor, and was one of the main standouts of the camp as a result.