#6 5’9” 2018 Jermaine Patterson of Bluffton High School

Patterson had a good day all around, and showed to be one of the state’s premier point guards for his class. He seemed to enjoy running the show while having a very confident handle and sturdy frame. Patterson’s camp coach Blake Hall stated, “Jermaine had a great attitude and proved to be very capable of being and outstanding lead guard.” As Patterson continues to develop we would like to see him continue to become a more vocal leader. Put this one in your SIM Card, he has the tools.

#15 5’11” 2019 Zeb Graham of Nations Ford High School (Fort Mill)

Graham is a very quick guard who excels in the open court and is a very capable on ball defender. Graham is a scoring guard, who has a quick release that is consistent. Graham’s camp coach Blake Hall stated, “Zeb is a very confident scorer and has a very nice shot when taken at the right time.” As Graham moves forward we would like to see him keep concentration on both ends of the court. Graham is another standout in the loaded 2019 class, put him in your SIM Card and enjoy watching the progress.

#37 6’3” 2016 Brevin Galloway of Seneca High School – Committed to College of Charleston

To anyone that was in attendance, Galloway had a standout day. He was able to do as he wished, with the ball, from start to finish. Galloway scored at all three levels, and was comfortable getting where he wanted off the catch or off the bounce. Galloway’s camp coach Blake Hall stated, “Brevin is a high IQ player who makes the correct play 9 out of 10 times. He has all the tools offensively.” We would like to see Galloway consistently engaged on defense, but now that he is healthy he has certainly taken his game to the next level.

#51 6’5” 2018 Foster Bridges of Landrum High School

Bridges came into the camp with the reputation of a high level scorer, throughout the day he did nothing to dispel the status. He has great range, touch, and he is very confident when he catches the ball squared. Bridges camp coach Blake Hall stated, “Bridges has great touch, and a very solid understanding of the game.” As Bridges moves forward we would like to see him continue to be more aggressive looking for his shot. At his size and age, he is one to place firmly in the SIM Card.

#52 6’4” 2017 Marquis Riley of Richland Northeast High School (Columbia)

Riley has a great frame that is very strong and explosive. Riley had a standout day defensively as he was able to guard multiple positions with equal effectiveness. Riley’s camp coach Blake Hall stated, “Marquis was a pleasure to coach. He could be a shut-down defender at multiple positions.” A Riley moves forward we would like to see him continuing to tighten his ball skills. He is one that D1 schools should start on.

#65 6’5” 2017 Vincent Cole of James Island Charter School (Charleston)

Cole experienced a break out at this event as he finished in the Top 20 players in scoring. However, not only did Cole score a lot, he was able to do so at every level with both touch and authority. Cole’s camp coach Blake Hall stated, “Vincent likes to play the game and that is contagious. He has a chance to be a very good player.” Cole has all the tools, and it appears to all be coming together right now. Schools need to start looking in here asap.

#75 6’7” 2016 Ian Kinard of Gray Collegiate (Columbia)

Kinard has a great frame and a very bouncy step. He has a man’s game when he stays within 10 feet of the basket as he is a very good rebounder and has skill attacking the basket. Kinard’s camp coach Blake Hall stated, “Ian had a good attitude throughout the camp. His quickness brought mismatches in the post.” As Kinard moves forward we would like to see him continue to develop his back to basket game. He is a scholarship player at the collegiate level and his recruitment should reflect this.

#76 6’6” 2016 Marcus Williams of Belton Honea Path High School – Committed to Lees McRae

Williams has a great frame and is very athletic. He has the natural ability to be a very good defender and the activity level to be a good rebounder. Williams’ camp coach Blake Hall stated, “Marcus had a good attitude and showed that he can be a factor.” As Williams continues to move forward we would like to see him be more assertive. He should have a nice career at Lees McRae.

#92 6’7” 2017 Tyrell Mendenhall of Legacy Charter (Greenville)

Mendenhall is a big bodied forward who has good touch and a great attitude. Throughout the day, Mendenhall showed he was able to carve space with his body, as well as showed touch to finish from 15 feet and in. Mendenhall’s camp coach Blake Hall stated, “Tyrell has soft hands and he finishes well behind the basket. He was also able to consistently knock down the 15 foot jump shot.” As Mendenhall continues to progress, we would like to see him continue to get his conditioning under control. He is a player that D1 coaches should start to monitor now.

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