Posted On: 10/21/18 12:48 PM
Southern Lee HS Guard Jamori McDougal: This wasn’t our first time seeing him play, we got the chance to see him in the spring in a tournament where he put up some big time numbers. This occasion was a different outcome as he struggled to knock down the outside shot but he still found ways to impact the game, driving to the paint and facilitating to teammates.
South Garner HS Guard Nigel Okwakol: Has a nice feel for the game, understands angles already and the best way to attack an opponent. He got in the paint for buckets as well as drawing fouls on offense, on defense he used his length to cause distributions in the passing lanes.
Village Christian SG Jalen Higgins: We have had the chance to see him quite a few times and it seems as if he should be turning the corner soon progression wise. He is still growing so don’t be shocked to see him hit the 6’6 range before it’s all said and done, he can knock down shots from deep but also has the tools to be a multi-level scoring threat.
Grace Christian Guard Deshawn Brown II: He came to the event as one of the younger players as he is in the class of 2023. However we liked what we saw from him, he didn’t over think or over dribble when he had the ball and did a nice job of moving without the ball when he didn’t have it. Has a nice skillset for such a young player and alot of potential in him as he will be one to keep a very close eye on over the next few years.
(Team Harcum) Mikhail Pocknett: In a camp setting you see plenty of guys that are looking to do their damage on the offensive end of the floor, however he took a different approach. He locked in defensively causing problems for the players he guarded and had a highlight play of a big time chase down block in one of the games we watched.