Here is Part 4 in a series of reports profiling the Event's Top Performers:
Top Performers 1
Top Performers 2
Top Performers 3
The camp roster had a plethora of guards who will go on to play College Basketball in the near future. In addition to the standouts mentioned earlier in this series, here are some additional Guard prospects who impressed. North Georgia standout Dane Fisher (6' 0, CG, Model; 2022) came into the event known as one of the State's top outside marksman and he certainly backed up that reputation. He was on fire in his team's first game, knocking down six treys (including two from deep range) while also keeping the defense off balance with several nice finishes in the paint. The high academic prospect (3.9 GPA) plays with a good court savvy and IQ and is a player that needs to be on the radars of schools in need of a knock down shooter. David Witcher (6' 3, SG, Franklin County; 2022) is a highly athletic prospect with some really nice upside. He has some big-time bounce and is a highlight reel waiting to happen when running the break in transition, where he can finish with explosive dunks. Showed an accurate outside shot which compliments his athleticism quite well. He played within himself and was a good teammate. Has the potential to be a terrific defensive player at the next level. Look for him to be one of Northeast Georgia's top talents this year for Franklin County. Marietta High School had two different guards catch attention with their production at camp. Jaden Mann (6' 4, CG, Marietta; 2024) is a talented young player with a bright future. Has good size, can handle the rock, and is comfortable facilitating from the point guard position while also exhibiting a smooth and accurate three point stroke. Look for him to really take a big step forward this coming season. Charles Gauthier (6' 0, PG, 2022) is athletic lead guard one of the more underrated 2022 prospects in the Metro Atlanta area. We liked his dual ability to create for teammates while also showing he could score the ball when needed. Did a good job of attacking paint and making good things happen. Knocked down several deep treys and was good with ball in transition. 4.2 GPA proves he is also a standout in the classroom.
Honorable Mention (Point Guards & Shooting Guards):
Class of 2022
Dalen Gales (Jefferson); Avery Marshall (Harrison); Mason Kemp (Roswell); Adrian Campbell (Jonesboro); AJ Williams (Southeast Bulloch); Dylan Thomas (Sol C Johnson); Cameron Johnson (Drew Charter); Payton Baker (Northwest Whitfield); Jackson Hale (Cass); Anthony Davis (Dalton); Travis Dean (Brandon Academy - FL); Ryan Thomas (Woodward Academy); Micah Nigel Tate (KIPP - Post Grad); Miki Stojic (Furtah Prep)
Class of 2023
Jay Boyd (Hiram); Kameron McCall (Hillgrove); Isiah Cameron (Wilson Academy); Paul Urban (Alpharetta); Jeremiah Meder (Cherokee Christian); Kemal Tuncel (Rabun Gap);
Class of 2024
Nisani Mendez (Rabun Gap); Marquacious Wright (Elbert County); Anthony McFarlane (Parkview); Naheim Williams (Woodville Tompkins); Josh Kavel (Wesleyan); Khamani Paxton (Walton); Jarquez Garrett (Statesboro); Max Young (Central); Troy McPherson (Rabun Gap)
Stay tuned for our Part # 5 and final feature profiling standout Wings and Forwards from the event.