This year’s edition of the SEBA College Showcase carried on that tradition, as 200 prospects representing all parts of Georgia as well as seven other states were eager to compete and display their talent to the large collection of college coaches in attendance.
Here is Part 3 in a series of reports profiling the Event's Top Performers:
RELATED: Top Performers (Part 1)
Top Performers (Part 2)
Top Performers (Part 3)
Top Performers (Part 4)
The Camp roster boosted a good group of talented 2019 perimeter players who will play at the College level. In addition to the players already listed, here are some others who also made their mark. Josiah Stewart (6' 3, SG, Lamar County) is a 1st Team All-Region guard with size who impressed with his all-around guard play. He created very well off the dribble and his mid range pull up was automatic throughout the day. He rebounds well, pushed the pace while leading the break and had some nice athletic finishes above the rim. Titus Hunter (5' 10, CG, Tri-Cities) is a spark plug guard who makes everyone around him better. After having a magical season in which he was named Region "Player of Year" and a major piece of Tri-Cities' run to the Class AAAAAA State Title, Titus played at camp with great intensity and focus. He attacked the rim for buckets and handled the ball really well. He showed good athleticism on the defensive end of floor and rebounds very well for a guard. Harleon Reed (5' 9, PG, Spoto, FL) is a speedy lead guard who impressed with his passing and scoring abilities. He showed dual ability to create for himself and distribute for scoring opportunities. Averaged 19 PPG this year and was one of the top Senior guards in the Tampa Bay area. Jalyn Hickman (6' 0, PG, Duluth) is a lead guard who is wired to score. He has a nice pull game and uses nice series of ball handling moves to attack the paint and breakdown the defense. Sees the floor well and had several nice assists for easy buckets. A good student with a 25 ACT, he is a hard worker on and off the court. Nathan Pickett (6' 0, PG, The Skill Factory; 2019) is another prospect from TSF Prep who had a good showing at camp. He has a quick first step and did an excellent job of penetrating the paint and breaking down opposing defenses. He is a strong finisher around the basket and showed a capable three point shot. Coaches liked his energy, vocal leadership, an dhigh court IQ. His academic resume of a 4.0 GPA and 26 ACT makes him a great target for academically for academically selective schools looking to sign a point guard.
Please stay tuned in the coming days for more reports on additional standout Wings and Forwards from the SEBA Showcase Event.