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Denzel Dedmon

Sacramento, California

School: Westlake Charter Elementary
Position: Point Guard
Height: 4' 4"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: LeBron James
Class: 2031
Uniform Number: #301

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Player Evaluation

Dedmon, a 4’4 prospect from California and part of the class of 2031, is a good athlete at a young age and should only be able to build off this camp to become a really good player down the road. He was strong in several areas and was a quick player on the court, especially making plays with the ball in his hands. Coach Smith said “Continue to work on you ball handling, defense, shooting, and moving without the ball. He is a very young player but I feel with his determination, he will only get better. Continue to learn the game and understand it. Continue to stay focus and listen to what you coaches are telling you so that you will know what is going on. It was a joy to coach you this weekend and best of luck in the future.”

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Tavi Doerue

Amarillo, Texas

School:  
Position: Point Guard
Height: 
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Stephen Curry
Class: 2031
Uniform Number: #302

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Player Evaluation

Coming July 28-31st of 2022
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Leyton Anthony

Lafayette, Louisiana

School: Lafayette Christian Academy 
Position: Shooting Guard
Height: 4' 11"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Stephen Curry
Class: 2029
Uniform Number: #303

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Player Evaluation

Anthony, a 4’11 prospect from Louisiana, was a solid overall player that really excelled in being that glue-type guy and not needing the spotlight to be effective. There are things he can continue to work on as a young player and finding ways to be more aggressive but he was incredibly tough on the court.  He showed flashes of his strengths in using his off hand more and being able to penetrated, as well as a great attitude for the game.  Next in his development, continue to work on your overall impact and the little things in your game on both sides of the ball.  Coach Reynoso said “Work on your shooting and having a quicker release. On defense, continue to improve your lateral quickness. You were tough and physical throughout the camp. When you drive to the rim, make sure to make quicker decisions and learn how to read what the defense is giving you.”

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Kaizer Louie Campos

Stockton, California

School: Manlio Silva Elementary
Position: Power Forward
Height: 4' 8"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: De Aaron Fox
Class: 2030
Uniform Number: #304

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Player Evaluation

Campos, a 4’8 prospect from California, is one that really made his presence known throughout the camp and was quite coachable throughout, something that is quite important. Coach Jackson loved his attitude, his acceptance of criticism, and his team play. Campos was another glue-type guy for his team, doing the dirty work, working on the defensive end, and hustling on both sides of the court. He really moved well, attacked the glass, and competed. Next in his development is continuing to work on his ability to score the ball and finishing stronger. Coach Jackson said “Kaizer is a solid player, very coachable. He does need to improve in all facets of his game, but he was a team player, does the little things that a team needs to win, and would terrific as a glue-guy for us. He hustles, plays excellent defense, and moves his feet well on both ends.”

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Josiah Morales

Hobbs, New Mexico

School: Murray Elementary
Position: Point Guard
Height: 4' 6"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Michael Jordan
Class: 2030
Uniform Number: #305

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Player Evaluation

Morales, a 4’6 prospect from New Mexico, came into the camp and really displayed his ability to be a scoring guard on the court.  It was noticeable throughout the camp with his ability to score from multiple levels, create for himself off the dribble, finish around the basket, and showcase his ball-handling and play making skills. Morales though also was effective on the defensive end, using that footwork and quickness as well to makes his presence known. Next in his development, he can continue to develop as a defender and add more to his offensive game to improve his game. Coach King said “You are a guard that can score the ball really well, but my question is can you be that point guard that looks to get everyone involved as well? Look to get your teammates involved more, which means you have to keep your eyes up while dribbling down the floor. Keep working on your overall game.”

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Ryder Hathaway-Hubele

La Mesa, California

School: La Mesa Arts Academy
Position: Shooting Guard
Height: 
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Michael Jordan
Class: 2028
Uniform Number: #306

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Player Evaluation

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Grant Robich

Atlanta, Georgia

School: N. Cobb Christian School
Position: Point Guard
Height: 
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Tyler Herro
Class: 2027
Uniform Number: #307

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Player Evaluation

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Elijah Harper

Amarillo, Texas

School: Austin Middle School
Position: Point Guard
Height: 
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Stephen Curry
Class: 2029
Uniform Number: #308

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Player Evaluation

Harper, a 4’8 prospect from Texas, had a good showing throughout as the shooting guard was able to make his mark on the game. As far as his strengths, they were his ability to get his shot off in catch and shoot situations, playing off the ball and having a good release, his passing skills and on ball defense, and his ability to read the floor and make plays. Next in his development, Harper can continue to work on his shooting off the dribble, his use of his off hand, his transition defense, and his footwork. Coach Stewart said “You want to improve your game and you were very coachable. The biggest thing that I’ve told you and really want you to work on is to slow down your speed and let the game come to you; can be much simpler and smoother. Another thing is to work on your defensive positioning. Keep grinding and working hard on the little things as you continue to grow as a player.”

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Ben Adekeye

Calgary Alberta, Canada

School: Glenmore Christian Academy
Position: Point Guard
Height: 
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: LeBron James
Class: 2029
Uniform Number: #309

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Player Evaluation

Adekeye, a 5’1 prospect from Canada, was another player that showed potential in his game at an early age. There is still room for improvement but there is plenty of time as he continues to develop his feel for the game but he was able to excel in areas such as getting inside the defense, finishing strong, showing strong vision and court sense, and scoring in catch and shoot situations. Next in his development, Adekeye can continue to work on his back to the basket moves, improving his range, and working on his quickness and footwork. Coach Harris said “You are a really good player who has a lot of potential.  Keep work on your off hand and take a lot of jump shots. Improve your basketball IQ by watching plenty of college basketball.”

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Sagean Curley

Jamul, California

School: The Learning Choice Academy
Position: Point Guard
Height: 5' 2"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Luca Doncic
Class: 2027
Uniform Number: #310

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Player Evaluation

Curley, a 5’2 prospect from California and part of the class of 2027, was solid on the offensive end of the court, hitting shots from multiple levels as well as having a good release point and mechanics to his shot, but he could continue to add more range to his game. When he was able to penetrate, he needs to continue to finish but showed a strong handle with the ball and making the right passes to his teammates. Quick smaller guard but effective. Coach Bush said “To combat playing bigger more physical players, you must play with intent on everything you do. Learn to slow down and handle pressure and attack the open spaces with your head up. Take the mid-range shot more and very importantly, move with the basketball to create opportunities.”

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Trenton Lowe

Gilbert, Arizona

School: 
Position: Point Guard
Height: 
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Stephen Curry
Class: 2032
Uniform Number: #311

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Player Evaluation

Coming July 28-31st of 2022
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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William Forrest

Del Mar, California

School: Francis Parker School
Position: Shooting Guard
Height: 
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Jimmy Butler
Class: 2027
Uniform Number: #312

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Player Evaluation

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Emrys Batterby

Mercer Island, Washington

School: St. Monica
Position: Point Guard
Height: 5' 2"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Dwayne Wade
Class: 2030
Uniform Number: #313

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Player Evaluation

Battersby, a 5’2 prospect from Washington and part of the class of 2030, has a nice understanding of the game at an early age and should only continue to improve the more he adds to it. As far as his strengths, Battersby was able to knock down shots and get to his spots well, showing good range and mechanics as well. He was also able to make plays with the ball, create with his dribble, play solid on-ball defense, and showcase his visions and court awareness well. Coach Betts said “You can see that he has a good knowledge of the game. Need to work on moving without the ball more. Good ball handler but needs to be a factor without the ball as well. Has a great passion for the game and encourages others.”

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Ellis Crow

Panhandle, Texas

School: Panhandle Jr High
Position: Point Guard
Height: 4' 7"
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: Trae Young
Class: 2029
Uniform Number: #314

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Player Evaluation

Crow, a 4’7 prospect from Texas, was a point guard on the floor that excelled in areas of his ball-handling, his quickness, his handles, and getting others involved. He had a strong showing with his decision-making, ability to penetrate and make plays off the dribble, and use his off hand as well to create. Crow had some bright spots offensively in scoring the ball and knocking down shots, but was strong in leading the charge. Next in his development, Crow will need to continue to work on his shooting and his defense. Coach Jackson said “Ellis has a solid attitude. He does need to continue to work on his overall game but at his size, he was a solid competitor throughout the camp. He has good quickness, sees the floor well, and once he gets on a role, he is tough to stop from penetrating and making plays. He has a solid shot and can be efficient but don’t get caught up in the paint and move more without the ball.”

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Niko Cosmas

Villa Park, California

School: St. John's Lutheran School
Position: Point Guard
Height: 
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Michael Jordan
Class: 2032
Uniform Number: #315

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Kaden Lewis

, Texas

School:
Position: Point Guard
Height: 
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete:
Class: 20
Uniform Number: #317

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Player Evaluation

Lewis, a 4’7 prospect from the state of Texas, was another point guard that excelled in being a true point and leader on the court. He has a natural feel in running the offense, getting everyone involved, and making plays with the ball in his hands. Lewis was strong in using his quick burst in the open floor and using that quickness as well on defense. A true playmaker when the ball was in his hands, creating for himself and others. Next in development, Lewis can continue to work on his back to the basket moves and making an impact on the boards, as well as continuing to get stronger. Coach Reynoso said “True point guard. You are a good leader and love when you attack to create for yourself or for others. Work on reading the defense and making quicker decisions. Love your on-ball defense but work on being in help side.”

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Joshua Kearns

San Diego, California

School: Jerabek
Position: Point Guard
Height: 5' 0"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Stephen Curry
Class: 2030
Uniform Number: #318

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Player Evaluation

Kearns, a 5’0 prospect from California, was a great piece on the court all weekend long at the camp and one could see that he came in to showcase his ability but to also learn more about the game and what he could do. He has a nice IQ for the game and played with a great attitude. He also was able to display how strong he was with his ability to knock down open shots, having a strong release time and good mechanics with his form. Next in his development, Kearns will need to continue to be more assertive and attack the defense, looking to find his shot and put the pressure on the defense, as well as continue to improve his defensive presence. Coach King said “Joshua, when you play defense, you have to make sure you stay in front of your opponent and play honest defense. I also want to see you to learn and understand better shot selection; instead of settling for your shot, attack more of the basket and take the easy basket.”

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Rayden Smith

Renton, Washington

School: Apollo Elementary School  
Position: Point Guard
Height: 
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Ja Morant
Class: 2031
Uniform Number: #319

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Archie Mueller

Summit, New Jersey

School: Summit Middle School
Position: Point Guard
Height: 
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Stephen Curry
Class: 2028
Uniform Number: #320

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