Fall Preview Team One Breakdown
Now, we move on to individual team breakdowns. Here's team one as evaluated by our staff and coaches.
Effort is never going to be an issue when Abercrombie is on the floor. He’s a very coachable guy who plays hard 100% of the time. He’s a 6-foot-1 sophomore guard who’ll see the floor because of his willingness to embrace the dirty work.
While he’s not the biggest guy on the floor, Dean still finds a way to impact the game. He dribbles through contact well and serves as a solid playmaker at times. Dean has nice vision and makes good passes to open teammates.
Irving is at his best in transition. He showed that he can finish in a lot of ways with either hand. He was one of the better overall playmakers with the ball in his hands. He had a good feel on how to read and take what the defense was giving him. - Brianna Patton
I thought Pathmarajah was one of the biggest surprises of the camp. The 6-foot-3 lead guard is incredibly shifty off the dribble. He made a number of moves to the basket after breaking a defender down with a combo move. He also shot the ball well from three. I will be surely keeping track of what he does this upcoming scholastic season. - Brianna Patton
Pegues is a long, versatile prospect. Standing at 6-foot-6, he can be used all over the floor. Pegues is active on the boards and guards multiple spots. His coach remarked about how good of a teammate Pegues is. With his frame and intangibles, he could be a guy that makes some waves during his senior season.
Seymour is a quick guard who plays with pace. He gets the ball up the floor quickly and makes plays in transition. Seymour is a defensive pest who applies a ton of ball pressure to opposing guards. The sophomore guard was one of the underclassmen that made an impression on our staff on Saturday. - Josh Tec
For more on Stone, you can read about him on our top performers list here.
At 6-foot-4, Totten has solid positional size. He has the ability to create off the dribble from the perimeter and be effective in the paint as well. His ability to create space to get his shot off was fun to watch. As a 2024 prospect, he has nice footwork which will likely continue to improve. - Brianna Patton