We had a full camp on Sunday for the 2018 Georgia Fall Preview. Each team was balanced with talent, size and grade levels. We begin our team by team evaluations today. Meet Team 9.
TJ Brown, 5-6, PG, Northview 2020: A solid point guard with a good game in transition. TJ Brown understands how to use his quickness to his benefit on both sides of the ball. There wasn’t any wasted dribbles when he pushed the ball in transition.
Matthew Cleveland, 6-6, SF, Cambridge 2021: Matthew Cleveland came to our Fall Preview and left with several honors for our staff. Top performer and the top 2021 prospect were only a few of the awards we can see him walking away with. Read more about what our staff had to say here.
Matthew Davis, 6-6, SF, Northview High School 2020: Named one of our top performers and top shooters, Matthew Davis had about as good of a day as anyone in camp. Read more about our top performers here.
Austin Gusaeff, 6-9, C, Johns Creek HS 2020: This big lumbering prospect anchored the paint and make defenders pay for getting in wrestling matches with him. Once planted in the front of the rim, he opened up his chances for rebounds with his aggressiveness and strong hands. One of the biggest prospects in the gym played like it as there were no mix ups about his willingness to compete in the paint.
Sion James, 6-4, PG, Lanier High School 2020: This multi-dimensional prospect made several great plays on his way to being named one of our top performers. For some insight into his sensational play, read more here.
Tyshawn James, 6’, CG, North Cobb High School 2019: A high motor and a consistent shot from 3 made Tyshawn James a tough cover for however got the matchup. His energy levels stayed high over the course of 3 games as he delivered a consistent barrage of threes for his team.
Ibrahima Jarjou, 6-8, F, Holy Spirit Prep 2019: Shot blocking, rebounding and dunks is something that will always standout in a camp setting. Ibrahima Jarjou did all of that and more, earning himself top performers honors at our Fall Preview. Read more here.
Daniel Jefferson, 5-10, PG, Sprayberry 2019: One of the best defensive players on team 9, Daniel Jefferson knows how to convert tough defense into easy offense. His play in the passing lanes made life difficult for lazy guards that didn’t anticipate his off ball awareness. Another high motor prospect that gave effort on both ends of the court, Jefferson didn’t ease into the action unlike others. From start to finish he gave consistent production and treated every matchup with the same importance.
Myson Lowe, 5-9, PG, Whitefield Academy 2020: One of my favorite sleepers throughout the day is Whitefield product Myson Lowe. There were some players at camp that simply knew how to breeze past defenders and use ball screens extremely well. Myson Lowe fit into this category as his ball handling and understanding of his offensive weapons made for a great day on the offensive end. Lowes play made him a prospect to watch going forward.
Rolando Razo, 6-2, SG, Cherokee Bluff High School 2020: Some players shot selection can be all over the place at a camp setting but this wasn’t the case for Rolando Razo. When given the opportunity he made the most of it, hitting a few threes along the days action. His defensive activity caused turnovers on the other end to which he used at his advantage. Razo was a team player in every sense as he played his role very well.