Next weekend officially kicks off the beginning of our June Team Camps. Between the two separate sessions, there are a lot of noteworthy teams and players set to attend. These events are always a priority for college coaches, and this might truly be our best one in recent memory. Each day leading up to the competition, we will feature previews on various teams and highlight some of the key players from each roster. Let’s continue the series with a closer look at Carson High School…

6’0 ’27 CP Perry

Given how much we’ve seen his game blossom over the years, it’s easy to appreciate everything Perry brings to a team. He’s a natural leader with the combination of IQ, craftiness, and offensive balance to consistently produce. Perry scores the ball with ease and mixes it up from all levels. He’s a polished scorer, yet understands how to regularly manipulate defenses to generate openings for others. Perry is a reliable playmaker and willing passer who makes the right play with the ball in his hands. He’s a scrappy defender with the quickness and instincts to force turnovers at a quality rate. His energy is infectious and his on-court approach allows him to shine as a leader.

6’3 ’27 Jacob Mills

Easily one of the best three-point shooters in the state, Mills is often overlooked due to his unassuming nature. However, he’s an incredibly reliable, consistent piece. Mills has been a knockdown shooter since our first viewing several years ago and, although he’s maintained his sniper tendencies, continues to expand his overall game. Referring to him as anything other than an elite marksman from beyond the arc is simply unfair. Mills thrives as a spot-up threat with a great combination of vision, decision-making, and ability to attack closeouts. He plays with terrific energy on defense and positions himself well to mirror opponents.

6’5 ’27 Drew Neve

Although this group is somewhat guard-heavy, Neve provides the size, motor, and dawg-like mentality to frequently stand out as a difference-maker. He’s a tough, rugged, fairly skilled forward who simply outworks opponents in all facets of the game. Neve is a strong rebounder who plays above the rim, lurks for putback opportunities, and runs the floor properly in transition. That being said, he’s also a reliable shooter from midrange and beyond the arc, and can attack off he bounce when necessary. Defensively, Neve toggles between multiple positions while controlling the glass, forcing turnovers, and making any hustle plays.

6’0 ’25 Jonah Drye

In addition to the trio listed above, Drye will return as a key piece for the Cougars. He’s a sturdy, skilled guard who can run the team or apply scoring pressure in a variety of different ways. Drye displays craftiness with the ball in his hands and creates well off the bounce. He’s a nice shooting threat with vision and playmaking instincts. Drye also defends with solid energy and battles for extra opportunities whenever possible.  

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