Georgia Fall Preview: Team 14 Evals
Our annual Georgia Fall Preview camp was packed with talent across all 16 teams that competed. We roll out our player reports with help from our team coaches and staff of evaluators. We continue with Team 14.
Justin Brown, SG, Northview, 2018: One of the better scorers in the camp, Brown is an ultra-aggressive rim attacker. He’s wired to put the ball in the basket and does it with a strong dribble drive.
Kris Gardner, PG, Westover, 2018: Gardner did a nice job of getting to his spots and making plays for his teammates on Saturday. The 6-foot-2 guard is a talented passer and knows where to get the ball. He also showed off a consistent shot from the perimeter. He kept the defense on its toes with some plays at the basket, where he could score for himself or drop off a pass for others. - Garrett Tucker
DeJuan Hyde, CG, New Creation Christian, 2017: Hyde is a physically specimen with a bully-like attitude on the court. The big, strong wing has no problem over-powering smaller guards to the rim. He also has enough strength to compete with bigs down low, too. He finished at the rim well over the course of the day. Hyde may need to pick his spots more carefully, but he was virtually unstoppable going towards the goal. - Garrett Tucker
Jamal Lewis, PG, Westover, 2019: The 6-foot guard can shoot it well, he handles the rock well and defends with purpose and physicality.
Caleb Mitchell, PG, Carrollton, 2019: The sophomore guard is a speedy small guard that got real low on defense and was willing to play the dirty work game. Liked his hustle and his spirit on defense. Didn’t stand out offensively but took notice of his creativity with the ball.
Trevon Reddish, SG, Carrollton, 2019: If you are a looking for a sleeper to watch this season, Reddish could be one of those players. The 6-foot-3 wing knows how to play and he’s playing for one of the better coaches in Georgia in Tim Criswell. Reddish has good tools and played with confidence at the Georgia Fall Preview. He’s a long wing scorer with interior skills to boot.
Tyonn Stuckey, CG, Redan, 2017: The senior was one of the top overall performers from the Georgia Fall Preview and made believers with his scoring acumen and overall toughness. Read more about his terrific day HERE.
Daniel Terry, PG, Harlem, 2018: Very pesky guard on defense and willing to play physical as an on-the-ball guy. He’s a strong ball-handler with good burst to the rim.