The Georgia Elite Preview was jam-packed with talent and our staff looks back on each player at the invite-only camp. Here are the player breakdowns from Team 7.
|TRAVIS ANDERSON, EAST JACKSON, 2018: One of the most solid young guards in the state, Anderson has a well rounded game. He continued to show that at the Elite Preview as he can do all of the things you want in a point guard: he shoots it well, understands the game and how to get his teammates involved, makes good reads in ball screens, and has a strong handle on the ball. Hard to find a glaring weakness with his game. - Carter Wilson|
DJ BURNS, C, YORK PREP, 2019: The big man from South Carolina was one of the top players in the camp, according to our national recruiting analyst Corey Evans. The opposition had a hard time with the up-and-coming major prospect. Read more about Burns HERE.
|KRIS GARDNER, PG, WESTOVER, 2018: The sophomore point guard saw the talent around him and knew where he’d fit in - as a setup man. Gardner was a passer and facilitator in the camp setting and worked well with the roster around him. He found ways for the shot makers to get shots and the big men to be in position to score in the low blocks. - Justin Young|
|NICK HARGROVE, SW MACON, 2017: Hargrove came into camp more of an unknown than some of the players in the field. However, he held his own amongst Georgia’s best. He was at his most effective when he was attacking the paint off the bounce, where he employed his break and butter move: a tear drop floater that helped him finish over bigger defenders. - Carter Wilson|
|TAYLOR HOUSE, G, THOMASVILLE, 2019: The young guard had an opportunity to work with talented players around him and learn from some of Georgia’s best players. Thomasville will be a power to watch over the next three years and House will be a part of their continued success. - Justin Young|
|CHRISTIAN JACKSON, G, FULTON LEADERSHIP ACADEMY, 2018: Jackson was able to work closely and alongside the top guards in Georgia. The stage was a good opportunity to learn and grow with some of the best prospects in the South.|
|BEBE IYIOLA, PF, GREENFOREST, 2017: With all of Greenforest’s great players, Iyiola can often get lost in the shuffle and become known as an “energy guy” because of the fact that he plays hard. In reality, while he does play very hard, he has a good skillset from 15 feet and in. He can score the ball in a varety of ways, including a fantastic turnaround jumper that has become his go-to move. - Carter Wilson|
|ALEX O’CONNELL, SG, MILTON, 2017: When it comes to getting buckets, few do it better than the Milton guard. Mixing athleticism with swagger, O'Connell shined throughout. Corey Evans named O'Connell to his top 10 list from camp.|
|CHUMA OKEKE, SF, WESTLAKE, 2017: The state champ picked up where he left off in the high school season - playing at the top of the grading scale. Our national recruiting analyst Corey Evans thought Okeke was one of the top 10 players in camp. Read more about that HERE.|
|NELSON PHILLIPS, SF, WARNER ROBINS, 2018: We’ve watched the 6-foot-4 athletic wing come into his own over the years at HoopSeen events with the Middle Georgia Raptors. At the Elite Preview, he proved that he fit in with the state’s best overall prospects. His coach called him a poor man's Corey Brewer and that description is fitting. Phillips is long, athletic and has the tools become an elite wing defender. Looking ahead to the spring, Phillips could be a major riser regionally and perhaps even nationally. - Justin Young|