2023 NextGen Preview Camp: Team Three
SUWANEE, Ga.—Here are the evaluations for team three as compiled by our staff and coaches.
Meredith had a different aura about him with the ball in his hands. He was one of the more advanced point guards in attendance. Great pace, great finisher, he could be a name we hear more from in the future.
Hunter was a worker on the floor. He filled several roles and shined in different spots. His motor was high around the basket, and he made several reads that resulted in good shots, made baskets. He's a high-energy guy.
Graves contributes to good basketball. He shared the ball well, and he was a shooting threat in the corner with a high-arching 3-point shot.
Doyley just made plays. It was as simple as that. He pushes the ball in transition and gets it where it needs to go. He scored well from multiple levels and showed a good understanding of the game. He was one of the best players in attendance.
Whitaker was named as one of the camp’s top overall performers. You can read more about him here.
Ramirez is a physical guard who plays hard. He showed that he can hit jump shots with range, and that he can make good reads with the ball in his hands. With more development, he can be a solid player.
Sheppard was immediately an intriguing player. He has a check in the size box already. He plays the game with plenty of confidence, and he has a solid foundational big man skill set. Sheppard is a great rebounder who pulls the ball with both hands and keeps it locked in. As he continues his career, he could emerge as a name of note.
Mercer was named as one of the camp’s top overall performers. You can read more about him here.