Georgia Elite Preview top performers, part II

Elite Preview top performers

The 2017 Elite Preview was loaded with the next wave talent in the state of Georgia. We polled our staff and coaches to determine the top overall performers from the camp. Here is the second wave of our top guys from Saturday's action at Kell High School. 

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Has anyone played more basketball over the last few months than Fagan? Right off an undefeated state championship run, Fagan showed up ready to do just what he does: score the ball. He is able to score the ball in a variety of ways from all levels of the floor. Combine that with good size for a combo guard and a relentless motor, and you have a guy that MM coaches will want to make sure that they get out and see. Certainly has blow up potential this spring and could be a guy that receives a lot of attention from coaches. - Carter Wilson 

Need a shot maker? Look no further than the 2018 guard from Eagles Landing. Every time we looked up, it seemed like he was making a shot from the perimeter. However, he also showed the ability to attack close outs and finish physically around the rim. Overall, he might have been the top shooter in camp and was one of the high scorers at the Elite Preview as well. - Carter Wilson

As we get to know the 2020 class in Georgia, you’re going to want to start here for the benchmark of big men. The 6-foot-9 post was one of, if not the best, shot-blockers in the entire camp. And when he wasn’t blocking shots, he was changing shots. And when he wasn’t shining on the defensive end, he was one of the best rebounders in camp. Dowuona was also one of the best overall big men in the camp, regardless of class. - Justin Young

A wiry veteran of the Elite Preview, the 6-foot-5 forward knew what it took to stand out on a talent-heavy stage like this camp. Phillips played with a high-motor throughout the day and punished his way to the rim for buckets. He bruised up the defenders that stood in his way. On the flip side, he was one of the better defenders in camp and racked up hustle play points throughout the camp. - Justin Young 

The Mays HS high flyer did just that at Elite Preview, abusing rims for some huge finishes in transition. The dunks that he threw down over the course of the day were YouTube worthy. Aside from the highlight reel plays, he brings a lot of energy to the games and does a lot of the nuances you like to see: boxes out, rebounds, defends, and goes after 50/50 balls. - Carter Wilson 

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