On The Radar Super 64 High School Camp Review
On the Radar Super 64 Camp brought over 150 high school prospects to Wheeler High School this past Sunday. We will share with you what we learned and what some people already knew.
John Kuminga: (2021) 6’7 SF from Lincoln Prep was literally unstoppable. John is only 15 years of age and has plenty of upside. That’s scary because he is already one of the best players in the country, no matter the class. We have John Kuminga ranked #1 in the class of 2020 and this past Sunday he didn’t let us down.
Brandon Boston: (2020) 6’6 SG Norcross. Brandon continues to impress. Brandon is known for his silky stroke but this past Sunday he showed he could attack the rim. He is poised for a great 2018-19 High School campaign. Duke offered Brandon this past summer and we can clearly see why. With 2 years left in High School, the sky is the limit.
Ebenezer Dwuona: (2020) 6’9 C The Heritage School. Ebenezer was the best post player at this weekend’s Super 64 Camp. He rebounded better than anybody at the camp and displayed limited but effective post moves.
Sharife Cooper: (2020) 6’1 PG McEachern. Sharife made his mark on the Nation this past summer. He continued to make his bid for the #1 PG in the class of 2020 this past weekend at the Super 64 Camp. The most remarkable thing about Sharife he is never sped up or slowed down, he plays at the pace he wants.
Devion Smith: (2020) 6’0 PG Grayson. Devion Smith is an explosive guard and it was on full display this Sunday. Not many people could stay in front of him. He is very crafty and has the ability to finish above the rim.
Sion James: (2020) SG Lanier High School
Jaimonnie Watkins: (2020) SF Meadowcreek
KaSabian Mitchell: (2020) CG Treutlen
Devin Evans: (2019) SF Duluth High School
Christopher Youngblood: (2020) East Coweta
Jatayveous Watson: (2019) Newnan High School