Here is Part 2 in a series of reports profiling the Event's Top Performers:
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High upside athletic guard who can create his own offense. Has lightning quick first step; very good at breaking down defense off the dribble for slashing drives and scores. Had sequence in one game where he scored three consecutive possessions off a drive to rim, long three point shot, and an impressive dunk in transition. Has excellent body control; showed several acrobatic finishes at the rim. While consistency is still an area of focus, there is no question the talent and potential is there. Quintessential "late bloomer" who has established himself as a priority recruit for a couple of programs and attracted new interest from several more on Saturday.
Wiry wing-forward with great length, He was one of the most intriguing talents in the event. One of several talented prospects in attendance from Tri-Cities High School, Davorian has a winning pedigree coming from a program that seemingly competes for State Titles each year. Offensively, Davorian showed a solid outside stroke and good court vision and passing ability from the wing. however, he was most effective when he took the opportunity to use his length to score over smaller defenders on the low block. He did a good job finishing around the rim, especially in transition. He had several emphatic power dunks. Defensively, he was high impact as a rim protector and consistent rebounder. If he goes to a program willing to invest in his development, all of the makings are there for him to eventually be a really nice player at the College level. He is a player whose best basketball is ahead of him.
Strongly built scoring guard, was the last addition to the camp roster, but fully made use of the opportunity with a great showing. When evaluating Nate, our staff was first impressed by his ability to shoot the three ball. He knocked down numerous deep pull-up treys off the dribble. However, to categorize him as simply a shooter would be a mistake, as he also did a great job penetrating the lane and using his strength to finish strong at the rim. He showed some nice athleticism and bounce for his size, playing above the rim on several occasions. One of the camp's top scoring threats., He is a West Georgia gem certainly worthy of close looks
All-State player is an elite rebounder with a high octane motor; the native of the Dominican Republic has statistically ranked among the nation's top rebounders the past two high school seasons. He is extremely active on both ends of the floor, constantly jockying for boards, tips, and blocked shots. An accomplished scorer, he averaged over 20 PPG this year for Dalton and demonstrated his versatility as a scorer at camp scoring inside and out. he has a really step back jumper from the wing with range out to the three point line. He is a strong presence with his back to the basket, overpowering defenders with his physicality. Overall impressive performance who was being talked about by a number of the College coaches in the building.
Was one of the top breakout point guards in attendance, Natural floor leader; impressed with his ability to lead his team's offense and create for others, while also able to score when needed. He is very quick off the dribble and repeatedly attacked gaps in the defense. He did a fine job leading the fast break and making solid decisions with the ball in his hand. He has a nice pull up jumper and creates good space with limited dribbles. Defensively, he was very active both on the ball and in the passing lanes; creating numerous turnovers with his quickness. Maintains a 3.8 GPA in challenging private school curriculum. Nice Sleeper prospect out of Cobb County.