Team 6
Head Coach Josh Staley of AC Flora (Columbia)

#14 5’11 2019 Khalil Robinson of Gray Collegiate (Columbia)

It was a great day, across the board, for Robinson. In fact in our evaluations from all coaches, Robinson received “Excellent” grades in all 25 criteria. He was also give the camps Mr Playmaker award. Robinson’s camp coach Josh Staley stated, “Khalil is a spark at the point guard. He directs traffic, makes shots, and commands the team. He also made shots at each level.” College coaches take out your SIM Cards and mark Robinson down, he will be one that you want to monitor moving forward.

#27 6’1” 2016 Adrian Butler of Wade Hampton High School (Greenville)

Butler is a natural leader at the point guard position. He is vocal on defense and able to get his team into the right position and set up the offense. Butler’s camp coach Josh Staley stated, “Adrian worked hard throughout the camp and used his voice to direct traffic.”Butler is like a coach on the floor, and therefore able to get a lot done.

#36 6’2” 2017 Wynston Andrews of Cardinal Newman (Columbia)

Andrews comes out the gate with a very long and athletic frame. Andrews showed he is best in transition, and given his dimensions should be a good defender. He was able to make jump shots during this camp, extending them out beyond the line. Andrews’ camp coach Josh Staley stated, “Wynston showed good effort and made shots today.” While on the slender side, Andrews has some stuff you cannot teach.

#44 6’3” 2017 Nehemiah McGriff of Lancaster High School

McGriff was a late add due to the recommendation of his high school coach, Ricardo Priester. McGriff quickly made true to his coaches word. The lefty McGriff always seemed to in the right place, to make a positive play. He used a crafty way to score at all three levels. McGriff’s camp coach Josh Staley stated, “Nehemiah did everything well. He wasn’t afraid to stick his nose in there and make a play.” We’re eager to see more of McGriff, he finished in the Top 20 in scoring for the event.

#45 6’3” 2016 Joseph Battle of Abbeville High School

Battle came into the event with a bit of a growing reputation. He already carries D1 offers, but he came to the camp and showed that he is being under recruited. Battle finished in the Top 10 in camp scorers, and showed the ability to do so, consistently, at each level. Battle’s camp coach Josh Staley stated, “Joseph is a tough kid, a quiet leader. He shot the ball well and was consistent with his effort.” Battle is also being recruited, at the D1 level, to play football. People should expect a big senior year output from Battle, his recruitment should pick up as well.

#50 6’4” 2017 Gavin Williams of York Prep (Rock Hill)

Williams came into the camp with a great attitude and showed he was ready to learn. Williams has a good frame for a wing and a solid skill set across the board. Williams’ camp coach Josh Staley stated, “Gavin is a great kid and a hard worker. He has a good IQ.” With good leadership and a solid skill set, this should be a good year for Williams.

#64 6’6” 2016 AJ Turman of Greenwood Christian

Turman carries a solid frame and a skilled approach. He has good touch out to 18 feet, with a quick release, and confidence. He also showed good footwork and comfortable decision making with the ball in his hands. Turman’s camp coach Josh Staley stated, “AJ is a good kid and worked hard today. He took coaching and made shots.” As Turman continues to move forward we would like to see him pick up some foot speed. He is skilled and productive.

#74 6’6” 2016 Giovanni Rivers of South Florence High School

Rivers brings a sturdy frame and a workman like effort into each game. He is skilled out to 18 feet, but really works hard on the boards. Rivers’ camp coach Josh Staley stated, “Rivers was a team guy, he worked hard, and was able to extend possessions on the boards.”Rivers is a productive player, across the board that does a lot well. While he may never wow you with any one facet of his game, his team will come up with wins more times than not.

#91 6’8” 2016 Ladarius Williams of Laurens High School

Williams came into camp largely as an unknown, however that quickly changed. Williams is a long and skilled forward, who has great bounce and touch beyond the arc. Williams’ camp coach Josh Staley stated, “Ladarius had a great day. He shot it will, dunked on some kids, and was very coachable.” At this point, Williams is still raw but holds a world of potential. If you’re a regional D1 and you haven’t called on him yet, you’re missing out.

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