Posted On: 08/26/19 1:24 PM

With another academic school year underway, another Freshmen U Camp was held to jump start the prep careers of about 100 Georgia prospects. Now in its 3rd year of existence, the showcase provides new 9th graders a platform to shine as they inch closer to their first high school season. Drill, games, and a 30-minute session for academic advice on both the high school as well as the collegiate level make up the entire afternoon. Player evaluations following camp allows players a chance to receive feedback from high school coaches working the camp to ultimately improve on their weaknesses moving forward. The energy and talent were all present and these were the few standouts that enjoyed solid afternoons during game competition:

 

Standouts

Tahj Johnson

  • Tahj Johnson (Hart County) – Arguably the most put together athlete at Freshmen U Camp, Johnson was consistent in a variety of ways for his team. Already 6’5” with long arms he was able to use his size in the paint to rebound and score with an efficient back to the basket game. Johnson also showed his wing skills, putting the ball on the floor to finish in transition

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