2023 Spring Preview Team Five Evaluations
SUWANNEE, Ga—Our staff and camp coaches compiled evaluations for each team at Sunday’s Spring Preview, and here are the evaluations for the players who made up team five.
Jamari Mosley was tabbed as one of the camp’s top performers. You can read more about him here.
Elijah Milliner has been impressing on the HoopSeen stage for a while, and now that the 2025 class will get more of a spotlight on it, he’s a guy that we’re looking forward to watching make noise this spring and summer. He’s a long, athletic guard that produces on both ends of the floor. He has good touch on offense and can lock people up on the other side of the ball.
Dre Clarke continues to establish himself as a HoopSeen favorite in the 2025 class. He’s a fun guard to watch. He’s a skilled creator that plays with pace and IQ. Clarke is quick and can get to his spots well. He distributes and scores equally well. He’s someone that will impress plenty of people this travel season with Norcross Heat.
Cameron Stephen was tabbed as one of the camp’s top performers. You can read more about him here.
Oh man, Alex Pace is a 2026 guard that has a chance to be really good. There’s a lot to like in the Norcross freshman’s game, and his potential is tremendous. Pace is a terrific scorer. He’s tough and aggressive on drives and uses a tight handle paired with a quick first step to get by defenders. While he appears to be at his best when attacking the rim, he showed that can shoot with range too. Pace is also a player that takes pride on defense. Look for him to keep shining as his high school career progresses.
Haynes wasn’t the biggest guy in the building on Sunday, but he’s a pesky defender that played with a chip on his shoulder on that end of the floor. He gets up on guys and frustrates them. On offense, he’s a quick point guard with good feel.