#9- Kadyn Dawkins- Though undersized, Dawkins has been nothing short of incredible during his time at camp. He’s so sharp and decisive with the ball in his hands, able to manipulate the opposing defense at a nonstop rate through both passing and scoring. Dawkins is an intelligent leader by example with exceptional vision and craftiness. He also defends extremely well, especially for his size, and forces turnovers with regularity.
#65- Javonte Waverly- It’s easy to have success when Waverly is running the team, which was exactly the case today. He’s so unselfish and genuinely makes the game look effortless with the ball in his hands, able to carve up the defense and precisely set up his teammates from anywhere on the floor. Waverly has re-tooled his jumper while maintaining his smooth, incredibly intelligent two-way tendencies. He’s also a deceptively strong defender and rebounder.
#86- Marcus Brown- Already blessed with a lot of skill and impressive physical tools, Brown also possesses the all-around ability to control the game on both ends of the floor. He’s young and often works as a glue-guy but can take over whenever necessary. Brown offers great two-way versatility, especially on defense, and will be a prospect for college coaches to keep an eye on.
#87- Nate Willis- Though somewhat unassuming, Willis was undeniably productive throughout the day. He’s an excellent shooter and decision-maker, but arguably stood out the most with his motor and ability to make plays without requiring offensive touches. Willis hustled back in transition on every possession and showed a willingness to set up others at a nice rate.
#92- Akhiris Holden- The long, wiry wing/forward prospect continues to be one of the most game-changing athletes in the gym, but also showcased a strong amount of skill today. Holden is such a menace defensively, able to quickly force turnovers and turn them into points on the other end while creating off the dribble at a pretty nice rate.
#99- Cade Tyson- The young, smooth-shooting wing prospect highlighted a fairly well-rounded skillset throughout camp. Tyson handles and distributes the ball effectively, but also spots-up at a high-level. He’s useful in a variety of different roles and understands how to maximize his touches without forcing the action.
#107- Nick Andrew- The high-motor forward/post prospect had a very productive two-way showing today. He’s young but already commits to the little things, like screening, clearing out space, and securing rebounds with two hands. Andrew possesses touch with either hand but can also step out and knock down perimeter jumpers at a nice clip.