Posted On: 04/13/21 12:10 PM

Had a busy weekend out of the ATL-Metro, so I only got to see one night of the HoopSeen Atlanta Jam. Here are some performers who stood out:

K’hamani Olivacce, 5-9, PG, PSB (2022, North Atlanta)

The best PG performance I saw on a night where point men thrived, terrific quickness gives him blow-by ability but he’s also a crafty ballhandler and uses hesitation and speed changes to be effective, showed all kinds of impressive mid-range ability in addition to knocking down 3-balls and getting to the rim, among the best on-ball defenders I’ve seen this grassroots season.

Gus Hood, 6-1, SG, PSB (2022, Rabun County)

Combines flash and flair with a sound understanding of the game, all of that usually results in either a fun play to watch or a smart decision resulting in scoring for himself or others, can be effective as a 1 but does most of his damage as a wing player slashing to the basket with and without the ball, solid range for knocking down open looks and generally does a slew of positive things at both ends.

Omari Hamilton, 6-5, PF, PSB (2022, Dacula)

Playing with another tangy forward in 6-5 Abduhl Diaby (2022,

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