2023 Spring Preview Team Four Evaluations
SUWANNEE, Ga—The Spring Preview on Sunday at Suwanee Sports Academy got us excited for the upcoming travel season. It was a great opportunity to see new players as well as catch up with familiar ones.
Team four had a great mix of both. Here are the guys that made up the squad.
Wright was so active throughout the afternoon. He made tough plays on defense like taking charges and bodying guys up. He made some head turns with a highlight-reel pass as well. Just a sophomore, Wright can keep progressing and continuing to bring attention to himself starting this spring and summer. This was a great warm up for him.
Jason Wellborn was tabbed as one of the camp’s top performers. You can read more about him here.
Malique Johnson was tabbed as one of the camp’s top performers. You can read more about him here.
Johnson was part of a Norcross Heat group that was deep in the building. Their 2025 group has some talent that can make noise this AAU season and beyond. Johnson is an intriguing player that had some impressive moments during this spring warmup. There’s a lot to like in a player like him. He has a solid build on the wing and can be used as a utility guy to fill multiple roles. Johnson showed some handles and craft on drives. He was able to shake free when he made plays from the wing. He also rebounded the ball well.
Naso’s a smart player who makes the right play. He lets the game come to him and doesn’t force things. Rather than take a rushed shot, he made the right pass to get his team a better look. His unselfishness was rewarded when he started to heat up from the 3-point line. Nothing summed up his afternoon better than when someone said, “I don’t think I’ve seen him miss a three in this game.”
Khayri Dunn was tabbed as one of the camp’s top performers. You can read more about him here.
Solomon is the kind of player that every team needs. He might not have the flashiest game, but he does the little things that help lead to wins. He’s a tough player and is low-maintenance. He doesn’t need to be the focal point to make plays. He gets things done based on effort. Solomon rebounds well for his size, plays with good pace, and advances the ball well.