Elite Preview Camp Team 3 Breakdown
Elite Preview Camp Team 3 Breakdown:
Ernesto Almonte - Almonte was named as a top performer. You can read more about him here.
Jaylen Colon - Colon was named as a top performer. You can read more about him here.
Robert Hunter III: Hunter is a quick guard that finds his spots and gets to them quickly. He can knock down open shots, and create for himself and others off the dribble. He also has the potential to be a solid on and off ball defender. At 5-foot-11, he understands how to use his smaller size and speed to his advantage when it comes to penetrating the defense.
Justin Mitchell: Mitchell was easily one of the top overall athletes in attendance. This kid is built like a Division I defensive back. He uses his strong frame to be a disruptor on the defensive end. Offensively, he utilizes his strength to get into the lane and finish through contact. Mitchell is crafty off the dribble and had a lot of success creating space to get his shots off.
Tylon Redmond: Redmond was one of the guys at camp that I wasn’t as familiar with who made a major impression on me. He is uber athletic and jumps out of the gym. He’s an athlete that just floats in the air forever when he leaps. His athleticism and frame allow him to finish strongly at the rim. Watching him attack the rack is so much fun because he’s an acrobatic finisher that can wow you with some of his moves. - Josh Tec
Kaylan Robertson: Robertson has solid ball handles, and looks to attack the rim each time he touches the ball. Once he got downhill, it was tough for defenders to keep him from getting to where he wanted to go. Look for him to have a big impact during his sophomore season for Campbell.
Brennan Wansley: Wansley had a really good day shooting the ball. He knocked down shots from behind the arc and in the midrange. Whether it was off the catch, or off the dribble, he consistently knocked down open shots.
Gregory Williams: This kid really excelled in the catch-and-shoot game. He has a knack for finding open spots on the floor and keeping his hands and feet ready to get his shot off quickly. He was able to knock down multiple perimeter shots.
Caleb Wilson: Wilson was named as a top performer. You can read more about him here.