Posted On: 11/4/19 8:58 PM

This weekend I was fortunate to attend the Work Or Don’t Eat Freshmen/Sophmore Camp in Las Vegas. This was my 1st experience at this camp and I have to say I was very impressed. Jemaine Seagears does an excellent job of creating an organized, efficient, competitive environment. The camp begins with skill work and concludes with an all-star game of the top 20 players in attendance. It’s one of the easiest camps to evaluate because the camp attracts the top players in the area and he makes sure competition is always at its highest. In this article, PH takes a look at some of the top shooters from the WODE Freshmen/Sophomore camp.

Sterling Knox 6'3 Durango 2023 (#2 PHN 2023) - When Knox gets his feet set, count it. He was devastating in catch and shoot action all day, hitting 6 3's in one contest. He has a short elbow hitch at the beginning of his shot, however as his high school coach pointed out he makes it, and he also shoots it the same every time. His size allows him to easily rise up over smaller defenders. He made most of his shots from behind the 3, but he

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