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 Grimsley High School…

6’5 ’26 Faizon Brandon

Given their roster turnover, Brandon ranks first in all statistical categories among returning players. The two-sport athlete is widely known for his elite football reputation, but also has the tools to be a matchup problem on the basketball court. While many of his opportunities come around the basket, Brandon has also proven himself as a legitimate marksman from beyond the arc. He’s a long, physical, athletic forward with the necessary versatility to overwhelm opponents. Brandon should be a focal point for this group.

6’2 ’26 Henry Trent

Similar to the entry above, Trent is among the few returning players who logged heavy minutes and produced for the Whirlies last season. He comes back as their second-leading scorer and highest-volume shooting threat (37% on 121 attempts) from the previous year. While Trent has continued to add more to his overall skillset, his motor and three-point shooting should allow him to shine in various roles. Expect his production to increase.

6’6 ’26 Nick Daniel

Despite being a new arrival, Daniel should be an immediate asset to this group. He’s big, mobile, and possesses a useful amount of inside-out ability. Daniel is a quality rebounder, defender, and offensive threat. Given the success guys like Richard Goods and Daniel Cooper have enjoyed over the recent years, there should be optimism in Daniel’s overall growth as a player across these next two seasons.

6’2 ’27 Sherman Winston

While there will be several new pieces to emerge, Winston is a prospect who should definitely see increased opportunities during the upcoming season. He was a focal point for the JV squad last year and should make a seamless transition into a meaningful role on varsity. Winston is a smart, unselfish guard who knows how to run a team, apply scoring pressure, and create for others. Expect his stock to trend upward going forward.

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