Posted On: 11/24/20 8:15 PM

Basketball tipped in Tennessee. Here are some player evaluations from the games that I saw last week.


Station Camp vs. Kenwood: November 17

Kemari McIntosh (2022) | Kenwood

McIntosh plays without fear.  Like most undersized guards he plays low and fast.  What KM brings uniquely is a willingness to clatter into anybody anywhere on the court.  He hit a buzzer beater for his boys in the first half.

Eli RiceEliRice6'6" | SGStation Camp | 2022StateTN (2022) | Station Camp

The game’s best college prospect is likely Eli RiceEliRice6'6" | SGStation Camp | 2022StateTN.  Rice already holds four D1 offers and it is clear why.  Standing all of 6-foot-6, Rice plays a little like Jalen Rose of old.  He sees the floor well, handles better than average for a guard (great for his height), and knocks down open shots.  The creativity is a significant strength.

Donovan SmithDonovanSmith6'0" | PGNashville Christian School | 2023StateTN (2021) | Station Camp

D Smith is a speedy, dynamic guard.  Many, if not all, of his touches are purposeful.  Each touch he makes the defender work.  his energy is unending and his court awareness at this level is tremendous.  He is a little bit like Montre Boddie (West Creek ’19).  Regardless of the potency of the

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