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Fresh off of leading Cross Creek to a historic playoff run and an eventual Georgia AAA State Title, the Augusta area prospect brought the same momentum into the Showcase and had a terrific showing. Without question he was one of the top all-around performers in the event. He shot the ball really well from beyond the arc, used his quickness to breakdown the defense on the drive, and finishes really well in the paint. He showed off some impressive bounce with a couple of flashy dunks in transition and was an active on ball defender. Complete player. It seems somewhat out of place to label him a diamond in the rough as he averaged 19 ppg this season on a State Championship team (in one of the most competitive states in the nation for high school basketball). With that said, he will be an absolute steal for a program at next level. His natural talent, positive attitude and work ethic all points to an intriguing prospect who is rising upward. Has all the makings of being a very good player at the College level.
Long forward with great upside; he was a player that attracted the eyes of many of the College Coaches in attendance. He demonstrated an impressive mix of interior post moves combined with the ability to consistently knock down the mid range jumpers. An above average athlete, he runs the floor well and finishes around the rim with authority. Defensively, he did a solid job protecting the rim as a shot blocker and rebounder. Aggressive and plays hard. Holds a 4.7 GPA in the classroom and was a good teammate encouraging others. In a typical recruiting year, Sila (along with his twin brother Paul) are players who very likely be receiving strong Low Major Division 1 consideration. With this recruiting year being obviously very different for most College programs, it will be interesting to see what fortunate program lands him. His future is very bright.
Athletic and very aggressive wing guard; there is much to like about his game. He did a great job using his quickness to get to the rim, and has the leaping ability and body to control to finish consistently. Plays with great energy and was making plays all over the court. Excellent rebounder from the guard spot. Has the mentality and physical tools to be a strong and versatile defender at the next level. Fun player to watch who will put his team in position to win. Played a major role in Collins Hill advancing to the Elite 8 this past season in Georgia's largest 7A classification.
One of the most versatile prospects in camp; he is a smooth scorer with good length and perimeter skill set. He is tough matchup for opposing defenses, as he has the quickness to put the ball on the floor and attack the rim while also keeping the defense honest with a good three point shot. Very good with the ball in his hands and controls the game with his pace. Doesn't get rattled; can create for himself and others. While a strong offensive player, his defensive contribution is also significant as he can guard multiple positions on the floor and is an excellent rebounder for a guard. He held numerous offers coming into the SEBA Showcase, and picked up additional offers and interest with his play at camp. All in all, he is an impressive prospect who is going to be a great signee for a school.
Energetic and athletic wing forward with the ability to play inside-out. He scored the ball all over the court, demonstrating a nice outside jumper, and has the ability to finish strong with drives to the rim. Runs the floor well in transition. He was a relentless rebounder on the offensive boards Coaches were very impressed with his motor and activity on the defensive side of the ball. Averaged 15 ppg and 9 boards per game while being named 1st Team All-Region this year for tradition rich Jonesboro program.
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2021 SEBA Senior Showcase Top 30 All-Star Game Player List