The event was packed with tons of talented prospects with College level potential. In addition to the players already profiled in previous posts, here is Part 4 and some observations on additional standouts from the event deserving of next level looks:
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One of Georgia's top 3 point shooters who has evolved into complete scorer, lit up the scoreboard at the camp after big-time Senior season where he led Walton to first Region Championship in decades. Elite Academic prospect with 4.4 GPA & 32 ACT.
Jordan Gary (6' 6, Wing/Forward; Hiram)
Long and Bouncy hybrid forward who caught the attention of multiple schools at the event. Lefty has good first step and finishes well around the rim. High riser who finishes above the rim. Good three point stroke and one of the top rebounders in camp. Plays good team basketball; Unselfish and willing to do the little things to help team.
Tre Moore (6' 4, SG, Northside Columbus)
Late blooming prospect with long and muscular great frame, shoots the three ball very well. Has made significant strides in his game over the past year. Has good "3&D" potential at the next level.
Marc Mauge (6'2, PG, Buford)
Good looking all-around PG with nice size; aggressive penetrator who sees floor well and can finish strong around the basket. Consistent outside shot.
Joshaun Codylyn (6' 4, Wing; Bayshore Christian - Florida)
High flying wing had one of the camp's best dunks, posterizing defender in traffic. Solid defender & rebounder.
Toby Gaynes (6' 1, Wing, St. Francis)
"Mr. Intangibles" plays bigger than height. Impacts game in many ways that don't show up in scorebook. Plays with great energy; over the ball. Taking charges, defending, deflecting passes. All over the court.
Long & athletic forward with good versatility to his game. Strong defensive presence, rebounder, and shot blocker. Capable shooter from forward spot. Runs floor well. 3.7 GPA.
Joshua Valembrum (6' 4, Wing, Long County)
Athletic inside-out threat who was effective scorer in the paint. High impact on defensive end, grabbing high volume of rebounds and numerous blocked shots.
Davon Cottle (6' 3, Guard; Tri-Cities; 2021)
Impressive guard capable of scoring in bunches from the shooting guard spot. He has good range and consistency on his three point shot but also utilizes his strong build to get to the cup and score around the rim. Was one of several standouts from Tri-Cities who performed well.
Andrew Munroe (6' 1, Wing, Galloway)
Tough wing guard who did a little bit of everything; attacked the rim, hit open jumpers, defended, and rebounded at a high rate. Blue Collar type of player who helps team win.
Josh Beckham (6' 5, Wing/Forward, King's Academy)
Solid forward with extremely strong lower body; he is a solid interior scorer and can also stretch the floor with his three point shot. His versatility as a defender will help him at next level. Caught interest from multiple College programs with his play on Saturday.
Breakout performer had coaches checking their booklets for his name; put on a shooting display with his three point prowess. Could make argument as the best shooter in attendance. Has good size and length for the guard position and is deceptively athletic. Nice sleeper prospect out of Middle Georgia.
Alpha Diallo (6' 3, SG, Collins Hill)
Raw but intriguing player. Long and wiry guard with good bounce; showed some spurts of impressive play. Has the ability to play above the rim and wreck havoc with his length on the defensive end of floor.
William Gray-Watson (5' 11, PG, Peachtree Ridge)
One of the best Pure lead guards in attendance; has good speed and orchestrates the offense with poise and on-court leadership. Great passing ability and effective in creating for others. Sees floor really well.
Jacob Foster (6' 3, SG, Norcross)
Three point sniper; shot the lights out. Knocked down five treys within one time shortened camp game. Good team player who moves well without the ball. Super student with 4.3 GPA and 1410 SAT. Could be a nice option for High Academic D3's looking for shooter.
The Region 3-A Player of the Year had a good camp showing; he is very quick with the ball and attacks gaps in defense well. Showed he can both score the ball and create for others. Plays with great energy on defense. High character kid with 3.9 GPA. Has picked up his first offer this week with additional interest coming in.
Floyd "Troy" Watkins (6' 0, PG, Tampa Robinson - Florida; 2021)
Speedy lead guard traveled up from Florida and made the most of the event. One of the top assist leaders in camp, he did a great job of breaking defense down off the dribble and creating for others. Provided good ball pressure to opposing guards.
Jaylen Johnson (6' 2, Guard, Eastside; 2021)
Athletic guard with good strength had good all-around showing. Was at his best when attacking the rim but is a quality shooter from 18 feet and beyond. Plays passing lanes well and created several turnovers which turned into points for his team.
Year of Prep School really helped Graham elevate his game, as he added 15 lbs of muscle and significantly improved as a player. The Marietta, GA native stole the show in his team's first game of day, scoring at all three levels, attacking the rim with ease and scorching the nets from beyond the arc.
Chancelor Johnson (6' 4, Guard, Tri-Cities; 2021)
Good sized physical guard with athleticism and nice upside. He showed a smooth outside stroke from beyond the arc, played strong on ball defense, and had several nice assists for easy buckets. Multiple coaches commented positively on his vocal on-court leadership skills.
Isaiah Logan (6' 1, PG, Allatoona, 2021)
Has good speed and gets downhill in a hurry; thrives in transition. Made good decisions with the ball in his hands. Equally dangerous as a facilitator and scorer. Has good pull-up jumper off the bounce and can create his own shot. Strong on ball defender and plays with alot of scrap.
(Listed in no particular order)
Matthew Brown (Walker); Micah Stinson (Trinity Prep); Elisha King (Tri-Cities); Arturo Rosario (Puerto Rico); Jared Waddell (Dutchtown), Brandon Terry (Harris County); Nic Mangram (Harrison); Dash Daryl Boston (Heritage); Corey Peace (Hephzibah); Jackson Oglesby (Collins Hill); Mario McIntosh (Tri-Cities); Tostadas Pouncey (Long County); Daquan Hawkins (Central Gwinnett); Chris Green (Peachtree Ridge); CJ Pipkin (Cass); Dorrien Douglas (Valdosta); Jamal Collier (Jackson); Christian Sweeney (Peachtree Ridge);