2023 NextGen Preview Camp: Team Six
SUWANEE, Ga.—We close out the NextGen preview camp coverage with a look at team six.
Gray had a clean looking jumper. Once size and strength come, that could be a part of his game that really starts to emerge. Outside of that, he was attentive and took to instruction well per his coach.
Adams succeeded with a shifty attack and a nice floater game. He was able to shake his man routinely and get to his spots as a scorer.
Wolf showed that he can be a threat to hit a shot from the corner. He was one of the shooting threats on his team. With growth and development, he could continue to impress.
Noah McGrath was a name we were familiar with from a year ago. His game seems to have started to round into form more. He showed good IQ with good passing, and he finished around the basket. McGrath showed development in his jumper. He knocked down several on the afternoon.
Parks has advanced size for this level. He used that well around the basket on both ends of the floor. He’s long and plays with a solid motor. He made several plays throughout the afternoon and generated some buzz throughout the afternoon.
Garner was named as one of the camp’s top overall performers. You can read more about him here.
Odom was a power wing throughout the afternoon. Strong, with good burst, he was able to catch on the wing and slash to the paint. He’s already in a good spot physically for the middle school level. He could be one to remember moving forward.
A solid, still-developing wing, Rios Bonal showed some good flashes by hitting shots and keeping his man in front on defense.