2022 Alabama Preview Camp Team 1 Evaluations
GUNTERSVILLE, Al—HoopSeen was in Alabama for one of our favorite annual events this past Sunday. The Alabama preview camp always provides a great opportunity to see some of the state’s best players. We’ve already delved into some of the top performers from the camp. Now, we’re going to start our individual team breakdowns.
Tre Adolphus was tabbed as one of the camp’s top performers. You can read more about him here.
Davis is an athletic guard who runs on a high motor and plays with some fire. He blends his athleticism with shiftiness and some physicality. Davis can get to his spots easily. He handles bumps on drives well and doesn’t mind contact. While he has no problem getting to the rim, he can keep teams honest with a nice floater and mid-range game.
Parks was one of the younger guys in the building. He’s a versatile guard that can play on and off the ball. He has solid positional length and could keep developing physically. Parkes passed well and showed a lot in terms of processing the game. Parks has tons of potential can could be a name we hear more from in the future.
Devon McKinnon was tabbed as one of the camp’s top performers. You can read more about him here.
Hartman was so tough and competitive at camp. His effort was palpable. Especially on defense, he took matchups seriously and was aggressive. At 6-foot-5, he has nice size on the perimeter. Hartman had good moments shooting and getting to his spots. If there was an award for the toughest players at camp, he probably would have gotten my vote.
Morgan is a shooting guard with plenty of potential. The 2025 guard has a good-looking shot and enough size to shoot over guys at this level. He handles the ball well, and looks like he can be a reliable secondary handler. Morgan rebounded his position well too.