Spring Preview Camp Top Performers Part II
Another Spring Preview camp is in the books and I think this one topped last year. We had some of the top available seniors and younger prospects in the gym for this one. I got a chance to see some familiar and new faces that earned their way on to my radar. Here is the second batch of the top overall performers.
Similar to fellow freshman Caleb Wilson, I got my first chance to see this kid this past fall at our Elite Preview Camp. I can definitely say that he is one of the top 2025 players in the state and has a real shot at being nationally known as he continues to grow and develop. He is listed at 6-foot-5, but he may be even taller than that. This is a high motor kid that lets his game to the talking. You won't see a lot of flashy behavior out of him, but his production surely speaks for itself. Carter can score it inside-out and blocks a ton of shots defensively. There was a game where he was matched up with Wilson and the two were going blow for blow there for awhile. Talk about upside.
Clark was the surprise of the day. When I tell you that this kid is sneaky athletic. During his second game, he had an incredible poster dunk going straight off two feet; he did not even have his momentum in his favor. That dunk sent the gym into a frenzy. He followed that up with an insane alley-oop conversion. Not only is he a good athlete, but Clark is really solid fundamentally. He moves well without the ball, crashes the boards, and hustles after loose balls. I think he is most effective when he gets the ball in the paint due to his athleticism and soft touch. Clark definitely turned some heads on Sunday.
Edwards is a wiry guard with a lot to like about his game. At 6-foot-4, he is a high leaper and gets really good elevation on his shots. He is an efficient scorer that takes good shots and plays with a high motor on both ends. His athleticism and activity level enables him to cause havoc on the defensive end; he can easily guard multiple positions. I think he is one of the more underrated guards in the state.
Grosvenor is one of Georgia's top available guards. While small in stature, he plays with all of the qualities you want in a lead guard. As a floor general, he takes good care of the ball, controls the tempo, and displays a good feel for the game. He had a lot of success penetrating the lane and finishing with a soft touch floater over top of taller defenders. His 3-point shooting percentage is among the highest in the state as well, which showed throughout the day.
An athletic guard that looks to attack the paint is the way to describe the available senior out of Rockdale. At 6-foot-2, he has above average athleticism that shines watching him finish above the rim. He has the ability to play both guard positions due to his scoring prowess and ability to control the tempo of the game. The First Team All-Region performer is another underrated junior in the state.
Along with Grosvenor, McArthur is another one of Georgia's top available PGs. Also similar to Grosvenor, McArthur is a floor general that takes care of the ball, controls the game, and shoots it well from three. He is like an energizer bunny that never runs out of energy. There is rarely a time you can look at the floor and not see him bouncing around. His court vision really stood out as he was constantly looking up ahead and throwing teammates open. m