Posted On: 11/16/20 10:53 AM

Top trainer Robert Swain of Swain Basketball Academy hosted a hands-on camp on November 8th. Here is a look at how some of the campers performed during the rigorous two-hour window.

2023 6-6 F Jacob Feagin – Forest Park
Blessed with outstanding length and terrific bloodlines, Feagin is a prospect to keep an eye on. He has terrific reach which helps him block shots and rebound. He’s very mobile and can play in up-tempo settings. Feagin looks like he may be able to squeeze out another inch or two, which would make him all that more intriguing considering he could become a combo-forward. Feagin will need to improve his ball handling and outside shot. He settled for too many threes at camp, but does have a workable jump shot that should get better over time and did show the ability to hit the mid-range. Once he fills out his body, he will be able to bang with more consistency inside. Feagin is a solid long-term project.

2023 5-8 PG Brendan Rose – Arabia Mountain
The undersized guard played within himself

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