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2021 top performers at Elite100

10/02/2018, 2:30pm EDT
By Horace Neysmith

Georgia has deep talent pool in 2021

The 7th Annual Elite100 Showcase. held at Core4 Atlanta, was loaded with talent. The camp featured Georgia's top 2021 and 2022  players as well as a good group of  2023 and 2024 players.

The camp wasn't limited to Georgia players as players from Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Ohio, Tennessee and South Carolina were in attendance. This is a series of three articles that will focus on the class of 2021.

Here are some of the top performers on the day, with no particular order, all D1 prospects,

RJ Noord (Greenforest) Dynamic guard who likes to attack basket and cherish's playing defense. He was one of a few guards that relished playing both ends. Solid shooter

Emondre Bowles (Savannah Johnson) Without question one of the most underrated players in the class. Bowles showed he had shot making ability, toughness and finishing ability. 

CG Chance Moore (Holy Innocence) Long, smooth guard with good feel and scoring tools on many levels.. Knows how to create space to get to mid-range pull-up. Has playmaking ability. 

C Frank Anselem (Lincoln) Big Frank was a presence in the paint as a shot blocker and offensive rebounder. Anselem has improved hands and finishes plays around basket from dump-offs. Jump hook is developing into go to offensive move.

F Isaac Abidde (Westover) Long athletic forward, growing into his game. Abidde is very effective on the offensive glass and showed good touch to 17-feet and straight line drives from the high post.

W Cameron McDowell (Griffin) Athletic wing showed improved ball skills. He was able to get to the rim and finish while displaying shooting touch to the line.

SG Garrison Powell (Holy Innocence) Showed he could get his own shot with aggressive attacks on the basket and knockdown ability from three. He and Moore form one of the best young backcourts in the  state. 

F Bretner Mutombo (Lincoln Academy) Showed good patience on the block with good up and under moves and jump hooks. He ran the floor well and manned the paint.

PG Peyton Daniels (Tri-Cities) Tough guard that can get in the paint and finish, playmaking ability and range to the line. Like Bowles, under the radar. The word is out. 

SG Randy Brady (Brentwood, TN) Attacking guard with long arms that spent a lot of time in the lane Sunday. Athleticism to finish at the rim and shotmaker. Good rebounding guard,

SG Kenneth Doucet (Chapel Hill) Unknown to most in the gym, including myself. Doucet showed effective ball skills to create his own shot. Changes pace well to get to basket or create space for jumper. Look for him to have a breakout year.

PG JaVen Smith (Redan) Most onlookers noted his attacking style and ability to score the ball. Solid build to absorb contact when attacking the basket and good defender.

In thinking about the guards listed in this report, with the exception of a couple, they are all good rebounders for the position, a trait that is a separator when colleges come calling.

Others of note:

PG Kendrick Green (Meadowcreek) Crafty guard with good passing skills and high IQ. Don't be fooled, this kid creates well off the bounce.

CG Raphael Pinzon (Lincoln Academy) Combo guard with good size and passing ability. 

WF Kaleb Washington (Pebblebrook) Long, skilled wing forward with good motor.

G Matt Brown (Duluth) The long wing showed bounce and range out to the line.

SG Demari Martin (Winton Woods, OH) Stayed in attack mode with long wing span and good decision making ability. Defended well.

WF Matt Jones (Laney) Active, athletic wing forward with good mid-range stroke.

SG Bryce McGowens (Wren, SC) Big guard with giood stoke

PG Marcos East (Jonesboro) Speedy guard that can get in the paint, tough ball defender.

F Jamal Clyce (Pebblebrook) Rebounded the ball very well on both ends. Athletic,Motor.

W Elisha King (Tri-Cities) Solid in all areas, tough, not afraid to do the dirty work. Active on both ends.

F Blake Hadley (Pebblebrook) Athletic forward with good shooting touch to 18-feet.

PG George Pridgett (Roswell) Lefty with stroke from deep and a competitive streak. Super confidant in his stroke.

CG Rickey Davis (Discovery) Shot the ball well and made good decisions in the process. 

PG Danny Stubbs (Pebblebrook) He's not your typical camp kid, he's more willing to set the table and hit open shots, than forcing action. Leader.

WG Cedric Seaborough (Swainsboro) Physical guard that finishes well in traffic, rebounds.

F Tyler Shirley (Pebblebrook) Was very effective o the glass and in transition, motor.

F Fredrick Seaborough (Swainsboro) Physical, undersized post, battled in the post, rebounded well.

G Max Harris (South Gwinnett) When he got his feet set it was three to go on Sunday. 

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