Our Fall Preview camp II is in the books as we welcomed 80 prospects from across the southeast. It was an eventful day that led to players breaking out while others solidified their reputation. Our staff of evaluators and coaches came together to discuss every players strengths and weaknesses that participated through out the day. Here are our team 6 evaluations.
Anthony Grant, 2022 SF, Veterans: It was easy to see why Grant earned his first offer from Mercer recently. This is a do it all forward. He is a strong rebounder and a good passer for his size. He has a nice handle making him a mismatch for his defenders. Once he improves his 3-point shot, his offensive arsenal will expand any more.
Brandon Brown, 2021 PG, Evans: Brown showed he is a 3-point shooter. He knocked down multiple shots behind the arch over the duration of the day. He has a quick first step that helped him get into the paint with ease.
Tra Harrison, 2024 CG, Jefferson: The young 2024 prospect showed good potential and a high defensive IQ. Harrison is a good on ball defender and an even better help side defender. He also has the potential to develop into a good shooter.
Joshua Langefels, 2024 PG, Sprayberry: Langefels showed that he can keep the ball on a string. He has a really impressive handle, especially for his young age. He was effective in the mid-range game, getting to his spots and hitting shots.
Landen Quimbley, 2024 PG, Mitchell County: Quimbley is one of those Patrick Beverly type of guys that opposing players hate to go up against. He is a pesky defender that will get up into you for 94 feet. Quimbley also showed that he can be a consistent catch and shoot player.
Nick Speros, 2021 PG, Mount Pisgah Christian: As a smaller guard, Speros made all of the right plays. He is a true PG, always looking to set up his teammates and taking care of the ball. He displayed quick hands on defense, collecting multiple steals.
Ryan Vollero, 2023 F, Christ Presbyterian Academy: Vollero just seemed to have an understanding of the game. He moves really well without the ball, often slashing to open spots in the lane for easy opportunities. He has a smooth shot and is capable from hitting from the mid-range and from deep.
Elijah Walden, 2022 G, Langston Hughes: At 6-foot-5, Walden led his team in assists. He has a big, strong frame that he used to bulldoze his way into the paint. He plays with a lot of passion that cannot be taught.
Anthony Arrington and Keith Robbins were named top performers. To read more about their performance, click on their profiles below.