Elite Preview Team 3 Evals
The Georgia Elite Preview was jam-packed with talent and our staff looks back on each player at the invite-only camp. Here are the player breakdowns from Team 3.
|BRIAN COFFEY, G, SHILOH, 2017: The North Florida commit was really good off the dribble pull up as a jump shooter. The 6-foot-1 guard moves his feet well enough to become a really good on the ball defender. Like a lot of young guards, improved decision-making will help take his game to the next level. - Justin Young
|WILL RICHARDSON, G, LIBERTY COUNTY, 2018: After winning a state title last week, Richardson was quickly in the daily conversation of Georgia hoop heads. No one in the metro Atlanta area had really seen him in person prior to Saturday and the general consensus was this - the 6-foot-3 guard has a chance to really take off this season and continue his sophomore season surge. Richardson played better and better as the day grew longer. He has a good knack for scoring and defended well at both positions. - Justin Young
|VICTOR ENOH, PF, GREENFOREST, 2017: An intimidating presence as always, Enoh is always extremely physical and uses his strong frame to his advantage. That was no different at Elite Preview, as he was a force in the middle. He had a number of thunderous dunks that always seem like they have a potential to crash a backboard. Enoh has also become a better shooter, stretching his shot into the midrange with some efficiency. - Carter Wilson
|JAVON GREEN, CG, HENRY COUNTY, 2017: The aggressive 6-foot-2 guard has a nice lefty stroke with good to great athleticism. He’ll need to improve his assertiveness on the offensive end of the floor. Defensively, he defended the ball very well. Greene could be a guy that jumps up the recruiting charts after a good spring. He has the size, speed, shot and athleticism for a rise. - Justin Young
|KENYON JACKSON, SF, GRAYSON, 2019: The athletic 6-foot-6 wing can really crash the boards on both ends of the floor. He’s a fluid athlete that can cover a lot of ground as a wing defender. Loved his active participation on the glass. He has good hands and is athletically coordinated for a freshman. Continued ball skills will help his overall development. - Justin Young
|MYREON JONES, G, HUFFMAN, 2018: Corey Evans liked the Alabama guard as one of the top 10 players in camp. Read more about that HERE.
|JAMIE LEWIS, PG, WESTLAKE, 2018: To the surprise of no one in the building, Lewis was one of the top overall performers from the camp. Carter Wilson featured Lewis in his top 10 report.
|JALEN MASON, SG, MILLER GROVE, 2019: The 6-foot-2 guard was very aggressive in the camp setting and loved to pull up off the ball screen. He possesses great drive and swagger to be a good player moving forward. He was attentive in this setting and soaked up the teaching and competition in the camp. - Justin Young
|BRIAN THOMAS, C, KELL, 2017: The big man was active throughout the day and our national recruiting analyst Corey Evans liked him enough to include Thomas in his overall top 10 from camp.
|JACORI WILSON, SF, SOUTH PAULDING, 2017: Wilson was one of the most interesting players at the Elite Preview and left a lot of onlookers asking, “Who is he?”. Wilson is an above average athlete with great size at 6-foot-7 with a lot of length. Where the South Paulding product’s game really stands out is in his shooting. The lefty can knock down shots from all over the floor, making him a matchup problem for most defenses. Watch for him to be a breakout player in the travel season and into the next high school season. - Carter Wilson