Posted On: 09/5/19 8:36 AM

Just two weeks after a successful “Breakout” Camp which included freshmen and sophomores from around the southeast region of the country, it was upperclassmen’s turn to showcase their skills at “Super 64” Camp. Roughly 160 juniors and seniors from around the state, and one from Florida, made their way to McEachern high school for a day filled with different types of competition early and scrimmage play to end the afternoon. There were many familiar names that looked to have taken their respective games to another level and kids that some aren’t familiar with who will look to come onto the scene in their junior and senior seasons this winter. These are the some of those standouts that caught my eye throughout the day.


  • 2021 G RJ Noord (Heritage-Conyers) – A familiar name to a lot of high school coaches around the peach state, Noord was one player who looked to have taken his game to another level at since his last public appearance. The 6’4” guard was very efficient from three-point range, using a deadly side step jumper to create space on the perimeter. That streaky shooting ability on Saturday combined with his natural explosiveness, made driving the

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