In our opinion Garrett was consistently the best player at the event. He did a little bit of everything on the floor. Offensively, Garrett had a great handle, he was quick and played with a great pace. Garrett has a great upside as the game comes naturally to him. Garrett said he will continue on to Caldwell Academy, watch him as he moves forward on his career.
Green plays with the utmost swag. He has good length and is very quick with the ball in his hands. Each game out he seemed to score at will, both in the half court set and, especially, in transition. Smith says he will attended Pope John Paul V next season.
Harrison was perhaps the most exciting player in camp. He showed a full skill set in the open floor complete with swag and confidence. Harrison played beyond his years brining the crowd to their feet multiple times. Harrison said he will attend Parrott Academy next season.
Jamison was far and away the leading scorer in the event. He has an interesting game, as he threw numerous full court passes on the run, reminiscent of a big time quarterback. However, he is 100% basketball he says. Jamison, finished everything at the rim. He got downhill often and was able to grab the board and race to finish. It was a very productive day. Jamison said he will attend Louisburg High School next year.
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Haskell has a solid frame, with good size and plays with confidence. What stuck out the most to us about Haskell was his ability to score, namely his ability to shoot. There were not many good shooters in the gym, so Haskell stood out as he made multiple shots from long range each game. Haskell said he will attend Pine Forest High School next season.