The depth of the 2021 class in Georgia is not what it is in 2020 but there is potential at the top end. Here are some of the top performers from Sunday's camp.
6-10 C Frank Anselem (Westlake) Big time shot blocking potential, runs the floor and with his length, bounce and activity can be a tough on the offensive glass.
6-2 PG Madison Durr (St. Francis) Has great size and feel for position. Paired with Dwon Odom at St. Francis, should form an exciting backcourt. Attacks well, rebounds his position and good passer.
5-11 PG Asnton Malone (Norcross) Tough, hard nosed defender with run-team ability. As his jump shot improves so does his stock. Solid ball-handler and passer.
6-5 CG Rafael Pinzon (Lincoln Academy) Puerto Rican native, who played on national team has good feel for game. Plays with good pace, passes well and can get buckets. Drew a lot of praise from camp coaches.
6-6 W Tyler Shirley (Pebblebrook) The leader right now in the Brook freshman class which is very good. Does a lot of things well, good rebounder, solid shooter, motor, runs floor.
6-5 W Jamal Clyce (Pebblebrook) Plays with good motor, slasher with good finishing skills. He was very active on the day, defended well.
5-9 PG Broc Bidwell (South Forsyth) Crafty guard with surprising athleticism and deep range on jumper. Drew a lot of applause for his shot making ability during the camp.
5-11 PG Danny Stubbs (Pebblebrook) Run your team point guard which should fit in well with the three freshman wings at Pebblebrook..good handles, strong, solid passer.
6-6 F Julius Lymon (South Atlanta) Raw but works HARD! He came into the camp with everything to gain regarding a recognized reputation and he checked the box. Long, has good motor as he went after every rebound within arms range.
6-1 PG Javin Smith (Redan) Good ball skills and shot making ability. Plays with no fear and with good pace.
5-11 SG Chase Tucker (Mt. Pisgah) He was very effective running the floor and completing plays on the break. Plays both ends.
5-5 PG Dylan Garrington (St. Francis) I have to recognize one of the smaller players at the camp who didn't let that bother him. He shot the ball great and at his size wasn't intimidated from getting into the lane for his short pull-up. Tough kid.
In my years of doing high school camps I have let a select group of 8th graders participate, this years participants were 6-8 PF Malique Ewin (Rockdale Middle School) and 5-11 SG Chase Cormier (Chamblee Middle). Win plays with a good motor, has outlet passing instincts and an overall solid foundation to grow into a high major prospect. Cormier is a sweet shooting guard with range, who can get on a tear from downtown but don't sleep on his ability to get into the lane for buckets.
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