2023 Fall Preview: Team 7 Evaluations
SUWANEE, Ga.—Here are the evaluations for team 7 as compiled by the camp coaches and our staff.
McGrath has grown some since last year’s NextGen camp. He’s a solid 6-foot-3 at the SG spot now. McGrath can shoot it well and has good form. He has shown the ability to operate in the mid-range as well, and that part of his game was on display in flashes as well.
French had some good moments throughout the afternoon. One thing that stood out above all else was how well he communicated with his teammates. French was vocal on the floor, which bodes well for his future in basketball.
Dennis is one of the players that could see significant growth on the floor in coming years. He got to show bright flashes as a freshman on Sunday, but we think his best days are ahead of him. He’s a PG that looks like he can get to his spots well and hit shots reliably. Once again, keep an eye on him for the future rather than the present.
Gott has plenty to work with. He was on the younger side of attendees as a freshman, but he can make a splash in years to come with continued growth at the shooting guard spot. He reminds of so many players that came to this camp as freshmen and really emerged as sophomores the following year. With Redline, we’re confident in his development as well.
Wall is another freshman to note moving forward. He clearly has a workable skill set that young players don’t always get to showcase to the best of their ability in camp settings against more experienced players. Wall can make things happen with the ball, and his shot looked good. We’re excited to check back in on him in a year to see the progress he’s made.
Gates is a quick guard that can knock down shots from all over the floor. The Middle Georgia PG makes good reads with the ball in his hands. He’s proven himself on the HoopSeen stage in the past. As he continues to get comfortable playing against older players, he’ll continue to show off the things we’ve liked in his game in the past.
Bega was one of the surprises of the day. He wasn’t a player that many, if any, were familiar with, but he made a good impression across the board. Bega is a good rebounder from the guard spot with his physical frame. The 2026 guard was always looking to make the right play and showed a good feel for the game.
Jackson caught our attention at various points throughout the spring and summer as a shooter with a strong frame. The 2025 combo showed up to the Fall Preview and showed off his guard versatility. He can play either guard spot with the ability to use his shooting threat on the perimeter or make plays off the bounce.
Taylor was tabbed as one of the camp’s top performers. You can read more about him here.
Lansdown is a good, quick lead guard. He was looking to find open teammates or beat defenders to the rim for layups throughout the afternoon. He’s