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Senior Showcase: Team 5

19, Mar 2019

Senior Showcase: Team 5

Our Senior Showcase was a terrific stage for the 40 or so colleges that came out for the day to see good talent. Here's a look at the players on Team 5.

Kalik Brooks, Alpharetta, 6-5, G
A long, bouncy wing who shines as a slasher that can score from the perimeter and by attacking the basket. Brooks showed that he can play the PG position in situations. He plays with high energy and plays above the rim. He has lock down defender potential with long arms. Brooks showed that he can guard the 1, 2, 3 and will guard the best player on the floor. Good rebounder. 

Teahzjawon Hodge-Harper, Knoxville Karns High School, 6-3, CG
Overall, Hodge-Harper was one of the best defenders in the entire camp. He’s a strong-bodied guard who was a shot-maker from all three levels. He caused match up problems all day long. He can beat smaller and taller defenders off the dribble and finished at the rim. Good on the ball defender and rebounds well for a guard. 

Daven Hopkins, Leeds High School, 5-11, PG
A point guard who can handle the ball very well with both hands. Hopkins has good quickness to the rim. He was really good coming off the ball screens, getting downhill. Hopkins can score in multiple ways and was always looking to attack. Good defender with quick hands, causing deflections.

Tommy Kamarad, Buford, 6-7, PF
The long and lanky forward has good deep ball shooting abilities. He can score off the dribble and off the catch and shoot with accuracy. The big man can catch fire from any range. Puts the ball on the floor and makes passes with both hands. Defensively, Kamarad is a sneaky shot blocker. He can defend on the perimeter and in the paint.  

Bobby Miller, Buford High School, 6-1, G
Always in attack mode, Miller was a physical guard that was hard to defend. He has a good shot selection. His energy levels are good on both sides of the ball. His coach called him “a defensive stopper and with good court vision”. 

Nathan Presnell, Hiram, 6-9, C
FROM TOP PERFORMER STORY: Across the board, our coaches and staff of evaluators thought the 6-foot-9 big man was one of the top two overall performers on Sunday. Presnell mixed it up as a paint producer, a transition scorer, a face-up shooter and a solid rebounder. Presnell can be a good pick and pop or a pick and roll post player at the next level. Overall, he was one of the top three performers on the day according to our staff of coaches and evaluators. 

Davin Quinones, Hapeville Charter Career Academy, 6-1, CG
Quinones plays with good court vision and makes the extra pass. He’s very good off the first step with the dribble, blowing by defenders. His long arms allowed him to rebound at a high clip. He can score from the perimeter. Good defender that causes havoc with his length. Can score in bunches.

Cameron Wilson, Rockdale County High School, 6-0, PG
The point guard used ball screens well and has a good change of speed off the ball screens. He handled the ball using both hands and head is up when dribbling. Good individual and help defender. Keeps his man in front of him, good footwork. Can make the open shot. 

CJ Wright, Stanhope Elmore High School, 6-1, CG
A quick, speedy guard that puts pressure on the opponent. Wright attacks one on one or ball screens with high efficiency. He can shoot the three ball well and he passes the ball well with both hands. A tough on the ball and weak side defender, too. 

TOP PERFORMERS | TEAM 1 | TEAM 2 | TEAM 3 | TEAM 4 | TEAM 5 | TEAM 6 | TEAM 7 | TEAM 8


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