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Breast Cancer Awareness Classic Top Performers

6, Dec 2021

Breast Cancer Awareness Classic Top Performers

The Breast Cancer Awareness Classic held at Oak Ridge was a great event with a fun slate of games. I was excited to finally get eyes on more talent around the state of Florida. The event was well run and the match ups were fun to see. There were some high scoring performances, and players that put those in attendance on notice. Here are my top overall performers from the event. 

Fabio Basili, Oak Ridge

Basili is one of my favorite unsigned seniors in the southeast. At 6-foot-3, he is a wiry guard that loves to play at a fast pace. He uses his speed and crafty handle to blow by defenders to get into the lane where he then can finish shots in a plethora of ways. When he leaves the ground, you never know what type of finish you can expect to see from him. In Oak Ridge's win over Evans, he erupted for 37 points, the majority of which, seemed to come easy for him. I first saw Basili play back in June at the GBCA camp in Georgia and was immediately enamored by the speed he plays with. He could definitely be an impact player at the next level. 

Isaiah Campbell-Finch, Tampa Catholic

The freshman out of Tampa Catholic really impressed with his play, leading his team with 21 points in a win. He played with a ton of poise against a Winter Haven team that has some college level talent. He shot the ball really well throughout the game both pull ups off the dribble and catch and shoot threes. He was also really effective off the dribble whether it was to free up space to take a jumper, get to the rim, or drive and kick. Campbell-Finch, already with an offer from Cleveland State, is surely a prospect to keep an eye on as he continues to develop.

Dylan James, Winter Haven

This kid gets better each time I see him. The 6-foot-8 junior out of Winter Haven is so versatile. On the offensive end, he can be effective out on the perimeter and dominate inside the paint. Defensively, he can guard multiple positions on the floor. I really enjoyed watching him go after boards the way he did. He was able to get 6-8 of his points from being aggressive on the offensive boards and getting rewarded with an easy put back. His athleticism really shines in transition as he runs the floor. He beats everyone down the court and shows impeccable timing with lobs. James is also a solid rim protector. He blocked or altered a lot of shots that came his way in the paint. Despite the loss, he was one of the best players on the floor on his way to 19 points. 

Brice Sensabaugh, Lake Highland Prep

Sensabaugh has been on a tear thus far in the early part of the season. The Ohio State signee has shown his scoring prowess and ability to flat out dominate a game. In the highly anticipated match up with Sean Stewart of Windermere, he scored a game high 36 points and grabbed seven rebounds. His mobility for his size is fun to watch, especially with how quick his first step can be. One aspect of his game that I feel people do not talk about his enough is his three point shooting. He has a smooth, consistent stroke from behind the arc and does not need much space to get his shot off. His playmaking ability on the perimeter and ability to play bully ball in the paint makes him a true match up nightmare for opposing teams. 

Sean Stewart, Windermere

You could argue that not many players did more for their stock through the travel season than Stewart. After an impressive travel season and showing at the NBPA Top 100 Camp, he has racked up big offers from the likes of Duke, Stanford, Michigan, and Texas. At 6-foot-8, Stewart can make his presence felt on the floor quickly. He plays with a non stop motor and does the little things that do not always show up on the stat sheet. He goes after every board and runs the floor extremely well. Do not get me wrong though, this kid can flat out fill up the stat sheet, too. In their loss to Lake Highland Prep, Stewart finished with 26 points and 12 rebounds. Double-doubles are pretty much expected stat lines for him at this point.