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Elite Preview Camp Team 2 Breakdown

19, Oct 2021

Elite Preview Camp Team 2 Breakdown

Elite Preview Camp Team II Breakdown:


Ryder Eschbach: Eschbach was referred to as a “relentless defender” by multiple event coaches. He also showcased his ability to read ball screens and knock down open threes. This is a guard that coaches can be comfortable with the ball in his hands in clutch situations.

Isaiah Evans: Evans was named as a top performer. You can read more about him here

Gicarri Harris: Harris was named as a top performer. You can read more about him here

Katayvon Jeffries: Jeffries was one of my favorite players in attendance. The sophomore out of Newton class made a ton of athletic plays. He has the ability to get up the floor with just a few dribbles. Once he gets into the paint he can rise up for a dunk, or finish a lay up in a variety of ways. He caused a lot of problems for defenders due to his ability to create off the dribble and knock down shots around the perimeter. Defensively, he has the tools to be a really good on ball defender. Jeffries is constantly moving and makes good reads on that end. 

Jackson Jennings: - Jennings was named as a top performer. You can read more about him here

Tyler Jewell: Jewell was one of the more impressive PGs in the building. The sophomore out of Walnut Grove showed his ability to be a true PG. He has good court vision, knows how to run the offense, and makes the right reads. As a smaller guard, he utilizes his quickness to blow by defenders to get into the lane. Jewell plays extremely smart on the defensive end, too. 

Christopher Jones-McCalla:  Jones-McCalla is a tough, hard-nosed guard that can score at different levels. He knows how to use different angles to get to open spots and attack the basket. 

Max Skidmore: Skidmore is going to be one of the best pure shooters in any gym that he walks in. It looks like he’s added some muscle to his frame since the last time I saw him too. When he’s feelin’ it, he can put up a ton of points in the blink of an eye. He’s one of my favorite players in his class to watch. I raved about Skidmore at the Elite Preview, and he proved me right by showing off his prowess for hitting shots. I’m really excited to follow his continued growth moving forward. - Josh Tec