2025 6’8 John Clark

Clark had a very productive week at the camp, putting up double-double performances and simply finding ways to be effective for his team. The forward gave us a glimpse of his skillset, being a forward that is comfortable in making plays off the bounce, running the floor and being engaged offensively, finishing strong at the rim, and outworking others on the boards.  He was pretty consistent throughout the camp.

2025 6’4 Derek Dixon

I haven’t been able to see a ton of Dixon but I really liked what I saw overall at the camp from the 6’4 guard.  Dixon has an unselfish feel to his game, always looking and reading what the defense gives him, finding open teammates, and showing patience as well as vision. But it was a balanced attack with him not only getting others involved but also capitalizing on scoring opportunities. Dixon really filled up the stat sheet in an array of ways and brought a lot of value to his team.

2025 6’10 Oswin Erhunmwunse

There is nothing better than watching a player understand where he flourishes and simply playing his game. Erhunmwunse is a strong, physical big man that brought a demanding presence down in paint. He consistently was able to battle and finish around the basket, showing touch around the basket as well as finesse in finishing strong with multiple throwdowns. But he also is willing to do the same dirty work on the boards, as well as be disruptive defensively.

2025 6’5 King Grace

Grace was such an intriguing prospect to watch on the court. The 6’5 prospect may not be the flashiest on the court but he plays with such body control and impact with his length. He could hurt you in a variety of ways, showing body control out in transition and attacking the basket, getting around defenders well but also power at the rim. But if he wasn’t attacking off the bounce, he was able to knock down shots off the catch, as he had several big-time scoring outputs.

2025 6’8 London Jemison

Jemison was one that I believe should be in that “stockriser” category from the camp. There was a lot to like with his versatility and impact. He doesn’t need to be the go-to guy on a team, but brings a ton of value with his ability to play and defend multiple positions, his comfort level with the ball in his hands, and his ability to score inside as well as stretch the court.  He just helps his team when needed and where he is needed, as he walked away with multiple offers.

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