Posted On: 08/18/19 8:45 AM

Just around 50 high school prospects (2020-2021) came over to the Eckerd Elite Camp on Saturday.

Taken through a series of drills and some 3-on-3 ball, the Eckerd coaching staff and current players spoke to the high school prospects in attendance. Then, three 5-on-5 games were played.

Here are the standouts that I saw from the 5-on-5 action.

Jalen Cooper (Anclote)

Earning an offer from Eckerd shortly after the end of the camp session, there really wasn't a more dominant attacker on the day then 2020 Anclote 6'6" guard/forward Jalen Cooper. He was using his length and high motor to get inside and he made it look easy. In all three games, Cooper was the most potent scorer among the prospects on the two courts. He had a highlight-reel dunk where he threw it off the backboard and threw it down over someone. His jumper is reliable but he's certainly at his best going downhill.

Parker Conitz (Seminole)

A flat out solid player, 2020 6'3" Seminole guard Parker Conitz is in for a banner senior season. His 3-point shot is a real strength, but his passing and willingness to scrap on the boards is fun to watch. Conitz is a

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