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 4 in a series of reports profiling the Event's Top Performers:
RELATED: Top Performers (Part 1)
Top Performers (Part 2)
Top Performers (Part 3)
Jordan Stanley (6' 4, Wing, Cumberland Christian Academy; 2019) is a "glue guy" who does the necessary things to help his team win. A high energy wing with a strong upper body, he caught the eye of several coaches with his efficient scoring inside, excellent rebounding, and hard nosed defense. He does really well in transition, running the floor hard, and has above average athleticism. A two-time All-Region selection, he helped lead Cumberland Christian to back-to-back GICAA State Titles. Mateja Milak (6' 4, Wing, Flint River Academy; 2019) is an intriguing prospect with alot of upside. He has a well balanced perimeter skill set combined with good athleticism. A native of Eastern Europe, He showed good bounce and ability to finish above the rim on several occasions. He has a nice step back jumper that is tough to defend and good range on his three point shot. He also showed he can put the ball on the floor and breakdown defenders off the dribble. Kiel Godwin (6' 5, Wing, Marietta; 2019) is an inside-out threat who plays with a great motor. He was equally comfortable knocking down three point shots as well as banging from buckets on the lower block. He runs the floor hard and had several fast break power dunks. What was most impressive about his game was the intensity displayed on the defensive end of the floor, specifically his rebounding and interior paint protection. The hunger is there and is evident in how he approaches the game. Josh Spencer (6' 6, Wing, Alpharetta; 2020) is a talented young player whose best days of basketball are certainly ahead of him. He has good length and showed to be effective in the paint while also having a solid skill level on the perimeter for his size. He runs the floor with ease and is an active presence on the boards. He is player to keep an eye on in North Fulton County. Evan Rees (6' 4, Wing, Horizon Christian Academy. 2019) is a sleeper prospect who had a good camp. We liked his ability to attack the rim from the wing and finish in traffic. He also showed a consistent three point shot off the dribble and spot. He plays good team basketball and wasn't afraid to dive on the floor for loose balls or set screens for teammates. His on court abilities and a strong academic resume (3.6 GPA and 24 ACT) should bring some attention his way. Maclean Hoekwater (6' 5, Wing, Trinity Christian School; 2020) was a breakout player at the camp and impressed with his overall play. He is a smart and coachable player who plays within the flow of the offense. He shot the ball extremely well from the outside, knocking down several long threes with a hand in his face. He has the ability to use his size to post up smaller wings and is a crafty, yet physical finisher in the paint. Nice prospect whose stock should rise considerably over the next several months.
2019 & 2020 Forwards and Centers
(Listed in no particular order)
Class of 2019: Zavian Smith (Thomson); Kevin Wirth (North Paulding); Ricky Rodriguez (Carrollton); Terrence Hill (Hampton); Idris Crawford (North Springs); Aaron Jenson (Lennard, FL); Myles Middleton (Battery Creek, SC); Aubrey Ivery (Thomson); Miles Wallace (Holy Spirit Prep); Jordan Bragg (New Manchester); Tyler Elliot (South Forsyth - Post Grad); Jerome Johnson (IMG Academy, FL); Secondi Greer (Mt. Zion); Jevon Rubin (Stone Mountain); London Campbell (Creekside Christian); Carlos Dominguez (Crawford, FL); Marcus Reid (TSF Prep); Brandon Williams (The Skill Factory Prep); Jonathan Pefanis (North Forsyth); Zachary Rhyant (Kennesaw Mountain); Jaylen Dorsey (Commerce); Terrence McGrew (Peachtree Academy); Hector Rosario (Duluth); Silas Johnson (East Paulding); Jaylan Troutman (Paideia); Jalen Westfield (Dalton); Christopher Lee (Durant, FL); Bobby Brown (Newton); Terrell Steele (Alcovy); Rightgeous Chester (Kipp Atlanta Collegiate); Kevin Wright (Collierville, TN): Jalen Williams (Cumberland Christian); Toderick Hartzog (Arlington Christian); Noah Rylee (banks County); Anthony Boyd (Greenforest Christian); Chase Buchanan (Rabun County); Denereko Camp (Mt. Zion); Tamir Johnson (Moravian Prep); Grimmett Glenn (Mt. Zion);
Classes of 2020: Johnny Kittles (Jefferson County); Kobe Bronner (Pasco, FL); Dexter Jones (Burke County); Kameron Hobbs (Dutchtown); Dvonte Evans (Jackson); Zack Futch (Etowah); Jordan Ford (Cass); Daryl Rice (Starr's Mill); Graham Smith (Johnson Ferry Christian); Parker Blenk (John Milledge Academy); Jake Casola (Eastside); Rico Wade (Arlington Christian); Atif Williams (Ravenwood, TN); Dylan Harris (Shaw); Jamal Collier (Jackson); Myles Redding (Whitefield Academy);
Classes of 2021 & 2022: Nicholas Hein (Kennesaw Mountain); Deuce Miller (Whitefield Academy); Robert Moore Jr. (Northside); Leslie Black (Statesboro); Sam Tidwell (Dalton)