Here is Part 4 in a series of reports profiling standout performers from the event. This article will focus on Point Guards and Shooting guards.
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. Keishawn Hampton (6' 1, PG, Collins Hill; 2023) is was one of the top available PG prospects in Georgia. He is a scoring point guard who can shoot the three ball really well, but can also rip apart a defense off the dribble with his quickness and ability to attack the rim. Has a good head for the game, distribution skills, is strong on-ball defender, and competes. Already has several offers and we expect him to add to that with a big Senior season at Collins Hill. Drake Kucharik (6' 2, SG, Loganville Christian; 2023) is a highly skilled and fundamentally sound perimeter player with deceptively quick first step. He gets to the rim well and finishes strong thru contact, converting several tough buckets in traffic. Shoots the three ball coming off screens and moves well without the ball. He is an academic standout with a 4.0 GPA. Harrison Armour (5' 11, PG, King's Academy; 2023) was one of the event's biggest surprise players. He is a skilled and tough lead guard who shoots the three ball well and had several really nice finishes among the trees in the paint. Scrappy defender and willingness to get on the floor. High academic player with 3.9 GPA; he is worthy of next level looks. CJ Wallace (5' 11, CG, North Cobb Christian; 2023) was one of the event's top three point shooters. Has the ability to get really hot from beyond the arc, as evidenced with his shooting display in two of his team's games. Knocked down multiple treys spotting up and off a nice step-back move. Peaked the interest of a couple College programs with his play. Defensively puts good pressure on opposing ball handlers. Oray Towns III (6' 0, PG, Chapel Hill; 2023) is a really nice player who has the dual ability to score and create for others. He had stretches where he took over game with his hot shooting ability from the outside, but was equally impressive with the way he ran his camp team as a floor general. He plays with good poise and overall court presence. College Coaches seeking a floor leader will want to take a close look here.
(Listed in no particular order)
Class of 2023
Aman Jackson (Temple); Cade Constanzo (Bremen); Anthony Edwards (TL Hanna); Jalan Johnson (North Cobb); Chase Lawrence (Lithonia); Jerry Meder (Cherokee Christian); Amir Arrington (Galloway); Elia Bongiorno (The King's Academy, TN); Sean Lynch (South Paulding); Ty Holmes (Johns Creek); Jaden Stewart (Pickens); Kyndon Wilburg (Tri-Cities); Nick Majors (Druid Hills)
Class of 2024
Bronson Blair (Mountain View); Jaden Bates (Dominion Christian); James Nease (Cherokee Christian); Jaden Mattison (Dacula); Harrison Rollins (The King's Academy, TN); Jakorri Arnold (Salem); Robert Hunter (Roswell); Khamani Paxton (Walton); Joshua Harris (Landmark Christian): Kendall Solomon (Martin Luther King Magnet, TN)
Class of 2025
Frae'Quane Wilkins (Franklin County); Mylan Roebuck (Franklin County); Payton Waites (Woodward Academy); Jayon Coleman (Vidalia); Warren Robinson (Woodstock); Blake Pollock (Landmark Christian); Dalton Bunch (Savannah Christian)
Class of 2026
Tony LoPresti (Mount Paran); Wyatt Thomason (North Cobb Christian); Alando Richards (Creekside Christian)
Stay tuned for our Part # 5 and final feature profiling standout Wings and Forwards from the event.
Top Performers 1
Top Performers 2
Top Performers 3
Additional Standouts 4
Additional Standouts 5