Wednesday, July 27, 2016

Highlight Mix from the 2016 SEBA Atlanta College Showcase

Here is a highlight mix put together by ReelTalk Media featuring action from the 11th Annual SEBA Atlanta College Showcase Camp held on March 17, 2016.


2016 SEBA Atlanta College Showcase (Recap and Top Performers)

The 2016 edition of the SEBA Atlanta College Showcase was held March 17, 2016 on the campus of Oglethorpe University in Atlanta. This 11th annual Spring Exposure Camp featured a full capacity roster of 180 players from all throughout Georgia, as well as from the states of Florida, Tennessee, North Carolina, Alabama, South Carolina, Maryland, Pennsylvania, and Washington D.C. The Event had a deep talent pool of Senior prospects looking to showcase their talents to the College Coaches and scouts in attendance; as well as an impressive number of 2017 and 2018 prospects who used the stage to demonstrate their abilities.  

The Showcase provided a complete and well rounded day of competition, development, inspiration, and exposure. During the morning session, the players participated in fundamental skills stations conducted by an excellent group of top high school, travel ball, and skill development coaches. Following the morning stations, Coach Courtney Brooks, who led Southwest Atlanta Christian Academy (SACA) squad to National prominence and State Titles in 2004 and 2006, delivered a rousing and memorable speech which captivated all in attendance. Coach Brooks passionately spoke on the importance of pursuing dreams, sacrifice, discipline, gratitude, and faith. At Mid-day, the players moved into the 5-on-5 games, where they competed in three (3) full-court games with their respective camp team throughout the afternoon and early evening. The event concluded with an exciting and intense "Top 30" All-Star Game, which was decided in overtime on the final possession. The well played finale was a fitting cap to a highly successful camp.   
Below is a summary on the Event’s Top Performers: 

Most Outstanding Performers 

(Players Listed in no particular order)

Desmond Webb (6’ 4, SG, Carrollton; 2016) - Desmond is a big-time scorer who knows how to put the ball in the bucket. He uses his length, strength, and body control to finish extremely well off the drive. He shoots the three ball well and is a nightmare for opposing defenders to match-up as he overpowers smaller players and blows past bigger forwards. Will be a steal for a College program looking for a scoring wing.    

Kalin Johnson (6’ 1, CG, Gasden City, Alabama; 2016) - Kalin came into camp with much endorsement as he averaged 24 ppg and was named named 1st Team All-State in Alabama’s (Largest) 7A Classification this past season. His play at the camp backed up that buzz, as he was a scoring machine throughout the day. He is an excellent outside shooter who lit up the nets from beyond the arc. He also demonstrated nice athleticism and balance in scoring off the bounce. Excellent player. 

Jeremy Joyner (6’ 7, Forward, Charles Drew; 2016) – Emerging forward who had a good showing. Jeremy has several very good post moves and touch around the rim. He can knock-down face up mid-range jumper. Is aggressive and assertive, while still remaining under-control. He is a strong rebounder and protects the lane on defense; blocking and contesting numerous shots. .   

Xavier Johnson (6’ 4, Wing, Tucker; 2016) - High flying and powerfully built wing-forward who makes major impact with athleticism. Impressed coaches and spectators with several impressive power dunks and blocked shots. Plays bigger than height and is capable of effectively guarding taller players on defense. Very good offensive rebounder. Named 1st Team All-Region in very competitive 2-AAAAAA.   

Jovante Lee (6’ 1, PG, Northview, Alabama; 2016) - Very talented all-around lead guard. Demonstrated a good looking outside stroke and uses his athleticism to get into the paint and create opportunities for himself and others. Is a very good finisher at the basket. Aggressive on ball defender. Was named 2nd Team All-State in Alabama’s Class AAAAAA this past year.   
Jason Morrison (6’ 4, CG, Wesleyan; 2016) - Jason is an impressive player who can do many things on the court. He is a very good athlete and scores well at rim. He is a capable three point shooter . He excelled on the defensive end of the floor; guarding the ball well and had several crowd pleasing blocked shots. He plays the game with passion and intensity and has excellent upside. Named All-Region as both a Junior and Senior.

Jawaun White (6’ 1,CG, Arnold, Florida; 2016) - Standout Guard who made his travel from Panama City, Florida worthwhile, as he played extremely well throughout the day. Jawaun demonstrated an impressive all-around skill set and put up lots of points, scoring from 3, mid-range, and at the rim. He has a strong, athletic build which he used to overtake opponents. He averaged 20 ppg this past season and is a career 1000 point scorer at Arnold.      

Robert Kelly (6’ 7, Wing, Cumberland Christian; 2016) - Long and Active wing with good potential. Demonstrated leaping ability with an impressive dunk in traffic. Good scorer in the paint and mid-range, with capable three point shot. Excels on offensive glass and keeping ball alive.  Runs floor well in transition. Was named All-State and was a McDonalds All-American Nominee this past year while leading Cumberland Christian to Georgia Independent League State Title.  
Xavier Bailey (6’ 0, PG, Coosa; 2016) - Xavier was one of the camp’s top all-around guards, as he demonstrated excellent scoring and passing ability. He has quick first step and attacks the ball well off the bounce. He finishes consistently at the rim around bigger players, and has a solid outside stroke. Plays good on ball defense. Named Region Player of Year this past year and is 1,000 point career scorer.         

Michael Green (6’ 4, SG, Salem; 2016) - Long playmaking combo guard with good size. He consistently made things happen on the floor. He has good court vision and is a good distributor. He can get in the paint and finish with pull-up or drive.  Aggressive defender who forces turnovers. Good potential.  
Jordan Gaines (6’ 7, Forward, Tri-Cities; 2016) - Athletic and long prospect with excellent upside. Jordan runs the floor well and finishes above the rim with impressive dunks. Seems to have gained on-court confidence since we saw him last at the SEBA Shootout back in the Fall. Is very active on the offensive glass, and alters many shots on the defensive end. With continued development and increased upper body strength, he has excellent potential for the next level.  

Everett “ EJ” Card (6’ 3, SG, St. James School, AL; 2016) - Impressive prospect with good skill set and athleticism. Takes the ball to the rim strong and scored on a series of acrobatic finishes. Also exhibited a good looking three point shot both off the dribble and spotting up. Strong rebounder. Game should translate well to next level. Named All-State in Alabama’s Class 4A this past season.   
D’jimon Wilson (6’ 3, SG, Sprayberry; 2016)- D’jimon is a very athletic and energetic wing who has made dramatic improvement as a player over the past 18 months. Has a good offensive skill-set with ability to drive or shoot from the outside. Excellent on ball-defender. One of his biggest strengths is his big  “motor” where he is all over the floor making steals, blocking shots, and converting putbacks. Was named All-Region this past year and with his excellent work ethic, will only continue to improve.    

Monkeize Moore (5’ 10, PG, Crawford County; 2016) - Very Quick sparkplug guard who continuously made plays throughout the day. Is very good in transition and in pushing the ball on break.  Is an ace distributor who is good  at drawing and dishing. Sets up teammates for easy scores. Has also has good scoring ability in the paint and from the outside.

Amir Butcher (6’ 3, SG, Tucker; 2016) - Prospect who plays with a lot of energy on both ends of the court. He is an offensive slasher who gets to the rim and finishes. Was very active on defense, playing passing lanes and causing defelctions. Good rebounder from the wing position.

Chris Rogers (6’ 6, Forward, Tri-Cities; 2016) - Forward with strong build and soft hands; scores on the low block and has good touch around the basket. He is a good rebounder on both sides of the floor and provides good interior defensive presence. Above average student in classroom.       
Tavias Fagan (6’ 3, Wing, Upson-Lee; 2018) - One of the top Underclassman players in attendance, Tavias is a player with a bright future. He is a long, slashing wing with good athleticism. Defensively, he has good versatility and rebounding ability. Had several impressive blocked shots. With continued development, he has a chance to be one the State’s top wing players in Class of 2018.   

Justin Holliday (6’ 3, Wing, South Cobb; 2016) - Athletic wing with very good length, he runs the floor and scores well in transition.  Attacks the basket hard from the wing and uses body well to finish.  Showed a consistent mid-range jump shot. Makes plays on the offensive glass. 
Lane Foster ( 6’ 2; PG; Berkmar; 2016) - Well-rounded lead guard with good speed; Sees floor and makes those around him better. Is a strong defensive player; Excellent student with 4.0 GPA and 28 ACT which makes him an ideal target for academic elite programs looking for immediate impact guard. 

Wil Chambliss (6’ 0, SG, Vidalia; 2016) - Scoring guard was one of the best shooters in Camp. He buried three points shots from all over the floor. Reads screens well and moves without the ball. Plays within himself and with good skill-set. Named Region “Player of the Year” in Georgia’s 2-AA this past year.  
Tracy Sailem (6’ 2, PG, Jeff Davis; 2016) – Impressive lead guard with good size for the position. Was one of the top overall distributors in camp, sees floor and creates for others. Has quick first step and gets by defender into paint, where he finishes well. Plays aggressive on ball defense and picked up numerous steals.  

Additional Camp Standouts
2016 Guards
The Camp roster featured a deep and talented pool of Senior Guard Talent. In addition to the players listed above, there were a number of others who impressed with their play. Marcel Ellis (5’ 11, PG, Kennesaw Mountain; 2016) is a good looking guard prospect who showed ability to hit the trey and has a nice step back jumper. The All-Region selection has a tight handle, can create off the dribble, and provide instant offensive production.  Ricardo Knox (6’ 1, SG, Alpharetta, 2016) is a playmaking guard with good quickness and length. He sees the floor well and has good scoring ability, especially off the dribble. Roderick Melton (6’ 1, PG, Northview, Alabama; 2016) is an athletic point guard with good size and skill set. He creates well for himself and his teammates and is a tough finisher at the rim. Post Grad Ari Zorns (5’ 8, PG, Mt. Zion, Post Grad) made life miserable for opponents with his quickness and ability to get in the paint and assist to teammates for easy buckets, or to score himself. The former 1st Team All-Region performer at Mt. Zion has four years of eligibility left and could help a program looking for a quality point guard. Joshua Faulkner (6’ 0, PG, Berkmar; 2016) is a very explosive guard who hurts the defense with penetration and has a nice pull-up jumper. He is an athletic on ball defender and is a standout in the classroom with a 3.5 GPA. level. Mitchell Hollis (5’ 11, CG, Pope; 2016) is an excellent three point shooter who plays with great intensity; he brings many intangibles to the floor and is an attractive target for higher academic programs looking for perimeter shooting and leadership. Chris Curlett (5’ 10, CG, Norcross; 2016) is an impressive guard with good athleticism who can score, pass, and make plays on the defensive end. Leroy Jones (5’ 10, PG, Berkmar; 2016) is a tough, physical , and battle tested guard who plays excellent on ball defense and is a consistent shooting threat from beyond the arc. Pedro Costa (6’ 3, PG, Furtah Prep; 2016) is a natural floor general with great court vision. He knows how to run an offense and create scoring opportunities for others and himself. He is a first rate student who should be evaluated by high academic schools needing a lead guard. Walter Shaw (6’ 0, CG, Holly Hill Academy, South Carolina; 2016) is an explosive scoring guard who averaged 27 ppg at Holy Hill this season. He created very well off the dribble throughout the Camp and scored on a variety of pull-up jumpers, treys, and acrobatic drives to the rim. Ricky Shuford (6’ 2, SG, Prattville, AL; 2016) is an intriguing guard prospect with athleticism and a strong frame. He shot the ball well from the outside and can finish above the rim in transition. Jaylen Britt (6’ 0, PG, Saks, AL; 2016) is a guard with the ability to score in bunches and was one of the better outside shooters in attendance. Maxwell Chester (6’ 1, CG, Woodward Academy; 2016) is a balanced guard who was automatic from the beyond the arc as a spot up shooter. The All-Region selection has good strength and uses body well on drives to the rim. Cesar Delatorre (6’ 0, CG, Jefferson, FL) is a guard with the ability to run a team and stretch the defense with his outside shooting ability. He is an excellent defender on and off the ball and played a major role for Tampa Jefferson squad that advanced to State Final Four this season. .  

2017 & 2018 Guards

While the collection of Senior Guards at the event was very strong, the 2017 and 2018 Classes also had some very impressive Guard prospects to keep an eye on. Eddie Figueroa (5’ 10, PG, Sprayberry; 2017) is an electrifying guard with excellent penetration skills. He finishes very well off the drive and uses his quickness and dribble moves to create scoring opportunities. Carson Culverhouse (5’ 11, CG, Carrollton; 2017) has a sweet shooting stroke and can create his own shot very well off the dribble. His wingspan allows him to play bigger than his height and plays with great energy and presence. Michael Foster (6’ 0, CG, Heirway Christian; 2017) is a high potential scoring guard with a very quick first step and the strength to finish at the rim and in the lane. He also demonstrated a willingness to get others involved and has the ability to play excellent full court defense on opposing ball handlers. Patrick Fries (6’ 0, CG, Furtah Prep) is an excellent shooter who can stretch defense with his range. He plays with a high basketball IQ and is a standout in the classroom. Markeion Jones (5’ 11, CG, Ridgeland High; 2017) is a scoring combo guard who put on a shooting display. He was on fire throughout the day, knocking down jumpers and long threes all over the court.  Juwan Blanton (5’11, PG, East Rutherford, NC; 2017) demonstrated a complete package as a lead guard and impressed with his ability to make his teammates better and shoot the ball from beyond the arc. Roscoe Spruill (5’ 7, PG, Cumberland Christian; 2018) is a lightning quick lead guard who score at the rim and distribute. He has excellent handle and looked good pushing the ball on the break and dishing out assists in transition. Adama Kpaan (6’ 2, PG, Rabun-Gap; 2018) is an athletic young guard with a very bright future. He gets to the rim very well and thrives in uptempo style of play; while playing with a bigtime motor on the defensive end of the court. Zach Pina (5’ 11, PG, Starrs Mill; 2018) is an impressive young guard to keep an eye on. He ran his camp team well as a floor general and has dual ability to both score and create for others.  Tahj Jones (5’ 9, PG, Vidalia; 2018) is a good looking young guard who penetrates well and makes plays for those around him. He thrived in transition and will look to build upon a strong sophomore year in which he was named All-Region. 
2016 & 2017 Wings

Elijah Alston (6’ 4, Wing, Brunswick; 2016) was one of the bigger surprise players in the event. He caught the eye of many of the coaches and evaluators with his scoring, high energy, and athleticism on both ends of the floor. His ability combined with his excellent academic credentials make him an intriguing prospect for academic elite schools looking to sign a versatile wing this Spring. Milan Nikolic (6’ 3, Wing, Furtah Prep; 2016) is a versatile player with very good upper body strength. He showed excellent shooting ability off the dribble and plays the game the right way and with good poise. Fellow Furtah Prep teammate Milos Jovicevic (6’ 4, Wing, Furtah Prep; 2016) is a player with a good inside-out skill set. He is effective at taking the ball to the basket, scoring in the low post, and from the outside. Both players played major roles in Furtah’s advancement to the GISA State Championship Game. Javis Diaz (6’ 4, Wing, Duluth, 2016) is a physically strong wing with good athleticism who runs the floor well in transition and plays with excellent intensity. The All-Gwinnett selection is a versatile defender who can match up with guards and bigger forwards. JaTahj Malcolm (6’ 3, Wing, Walnut Grove; 2016) is a lanky and energetic wing with good leaping ability.  He has good handle, attacks the rim aggressively, and makes good things happen with his high octane motor.  Rendull Middleton (6’ 3, Wing, Orangeburg-Wilkinson, SC; 2016) is an workhorse who plays with great intensity and physicality. He is very strong on the boards and scores around the rim. Jalen Brown (6’ 5, Post Grad) is an all-around athlete with excellent leaping ability. He plays hard and made a strong impression on sides of the floor. He has four years of college eligibility.  . Charvez Hobson (6’ 3, CG, Booker T Washington Magnet, AL; 2016) is an athletic and lengthy wing who can handle the ball and create his own shot. He was named Honorable Mention All-State for a tough BTW Magnet squad.  Austin Strickland (6’ 4, Forward, Eagleville, TN; 2017) is an intelligent and facilitating wing with good leaping ability. He consistently knocked down mid-range jumpers and finished around the hoop.           

2016 & 2017 Forwards

Randall Legros (6’ 8, Forward, Allatoona; 2016) is a late blooming big man with size and upside potential. His best ball is ahead of him, as he runs the floor well and crashes the offensive boards hard. He is at his best defensively, where he uses his length to protect the rim and alter shots. He played a significant role in Allatoona’s 31-1 record and State Title game appearance. Neeko Gainey (6’ 5, Forward, Gainesville, FL; 2016) is an active forward who aggressively attacks the basket and picks up a lot of buckets on follow-ups and second chance points. Jaylen Waters (6’ 5, Forward, Roswell; 2016) is an under the radar prospect who was limited to the final 10 games of senior year due to GHSA eligibility constraints. He exhibited good leaping ability and instincts in the paint, and has the ability to finish well at and above the rim. Chandler Davis (6’ 8, Forward; Salem; 2016) is a strong post player with good finishing ability in the paint. Plays with good intensity, leadership, and is big on the boards.  William “LB” Jones (6’ 5, Forward, Windsor Academy; 2016) is a high flying forward who had several impressive dunks. He is a very good offensive rebounder and solid mid-range shooter.  Francisco Mediavilla (6’ 7, Forward, Tampa Robinson, FL; 2016) is a promising forward with excellent length and leaping ability. He runs the floor very well for his size and finishes with authority. He was one of the top shot blockers in camp, blocking and altering numerous attempts. Averaged a double-double this past season.      
Honorable Mention Players
(Listed in no particular order)

Class of  2016 & Post Grads: Holden Roop (Pickens); Martez McKinney (Swainsboro); Tyler Berry (Westminster); Walter Cunningham (Arabia Mountain); Dekwan Lewis (Westside Augusta); Thomas Green (Booker T. Washington Magnet, AL); Demetrius Richardson (Walton); Jevante Gordon (New Discovery); Carlos Waters (Mt. Zion); Nolan Broussard (Ola); Terryun Page (Vidalia); Cesar Delatorre (Tampa Jefferson, FL); Ervin Owens (Bethesda, MD);  Seth Culpepper (Gordon Central); Collins Joseph (Tucker); Myles Broadie (North Cobb Christian);  Zayne Rice (Pinecrest Academy);  Elliott Strickland (Shiloh); Terry James (Dutchtown); Zyaire Riddick (Lehigh Carbon CC); Tomarco Taylor; Jonathan Taylor; Timothy Patterson (Booker T. Washington Magnet, AL); Sadiq Baker (Rockdale County); Jonathan Simmons (Brooks DeBartolo, FL);  Darius Brown (Roswell); Dwayne Kemp (Jacksonville Ribault, FL); Carlos Bryant (Lavergne, TN); James Mays III (Renaissance Christian); L'Quan Wiltshire (Tri-Cities);

Classes of 2017 & 2018: Jesse Holt (Dade County; 2017); Terry Goodrum Jr. (Allatoona, 2017); Jake Owens (Kings Ridge Christian, 2017); Abba Wague (Rabun Gap, 2018); Turner Nims (Dunwoody; 2017); Timothy Pearson (Riverview, FL, 2017);  Andrew Prestwood (John Milledge Academy; 2017);  Keegan Alls (Jeff Davis, 2017); Jaylen Love (Hampton; 2017); Trey Foster (6’ 2, Rutland, 2017); Kavarri Ross (Sacred Heart, AL; 2017); Kameron Dozier (King’s Ridge Christian, 2017); Trey Stevens (Hillgrove; 2017); Tyquan Hailey ( Franklin County; 2017); Tre’Jon Taylor (Mt. Zion, 2017); Shawn Percy (Jeff Davis, 2017); Ceaunte Zachery (Lithia Springs, 2017); Timothy Green II (Carrollton, 2018); Jaylan McKinney (Swainsboro; 2018); Holt Shannon (Mount Paran; 2017); Cole Chaudoin (MLK Magnet, TN, 2018); Gernarious Frey (South Paulding; 2017); Robert Clemons (McEachern, 2017); Jalen Greene (Jefferson Davis, AL, 2017); Devin Gardner (East Bay; 2017); Christian Connor (Brookwood, 2018); John Crone (Pinecrest Academy, 2017);  

Wednesday, January 6, 2016

Date Announced for 2016 SEBA Atlanta College Showcase Camp

The 2016 Atlanta Spring College Showcase, presented by the Southeast Basketball Academy (SEBA), will be held March 19 on the campus of Oglethorpe University.

This Annual SEBA Event, now in its 11th year, is one of the nation's most highly regarded spring basketball exposure camps for Unsigned Seniors (2016 grads) aspiring to play college basketball. The camp is also open to Juniors from the Class of 2017, and Class of 2018 (Sophomores) who played varsity ball this season, as well as Prep-Post Grad Players and JUCO players looking to move on to a Four Year College.

Many of the Top NCAA Division II, III, NAIA, and JUCO College Programs throughout the South will be in attendance to evaluate prospects. Several recruiting publications will also be covering the event. Over 50+ College coaches attended last year's camp, resulting in numerous college opportunities for the players in attendance. The Georgia College Basketball Coaches Association (GABCA) will be holding their annual Spring Meeting and Social in conjunction with this camp.

The event will consist of 5-on5 Full Court Scrimmages (3 Game minimum), skills stations, and Top 30 All-Star Game. All players with also receive a profile in the College Coaches Packet and receive SEBA Reversible Jersey.

Interested Players should visit the SEBA website for registration information


Wednesday, December 16, 2015

2015 SEBA Atlanta Hoop Festival Schedule

The 2015 SEBA Atlanta Hoop Festival, which will be held this coming Saturday (December 19th) at Pope High School in Marietta, GA. This 8th Annual High School Team Showcase will feature twelve teams from Metro Atlanta area matching up in six highly competitive games throughout the day.  
The event should present a tremendous day of high school basketball action, as several of the State's top programs and prospects will be participating. 

Game schedule is as follows:

1:00 p.m. - South Paulding vs. Blessed Trinity
2:30 p.m. - North Cobb Christian vs. Sprayberry
4:00 p.m. - Berkmar vs. Harrison
5:30 p.m. - Dacula vs. McEachern
7:00 p.m. - Duluth vs. Pope
8:30 p.m. - Peachtree Ridge vs. North Cobb

Complete information on the event, including team previews, can be found on the SEBA website at the following: 

Friday, December 4, 2015

Bowyer Leads Maryville to Strong Start

SEBA Alum Jay Bowyer (picture courtesy of MC Scots Athletics
SEBA's Jay Bowyer has played a huge role in Maryville College's strong start to the 2015-16 season. The Sophomore standout guard out of Walton High School in Cobb County, is averaging 13 ppg in scoring, while dishing out an impressive 7.5 assists per game for the Scots. Jay is also averaging over 5 rebounds per game and 2 steals.

Maryville is 5-1 on the early season, including a upset victory over Nationally ranked Emory University. Jay just narrowly missed a triple double in the team's win on Nov. 21, scoring 17 pts, 8 rebounds, and dishing 9 assists. He had a huge performance in last night's 110-105 win over Johnson (TN) where he scored a career high 20 points and dished out 13 assists.

Maryville has also received good contributions from a stellar freshman recruiting class of SEBA alums, including guards Joshua Brooks (Tri-Cities) and Dante Richitelli (Etowah), and wing/forwards  Dante Hoppa (Naples, FL) and Emier Bowman (Dalton).    

We are very proud of Jay and how the success he is seeing. Keep up the hard work. The best is yet to come!

Wednesday, October 21, 2015

2015 SEBA Atlanta All-Star Shootout (Recap and Top Performers)

The 2015 SEBA Atlanta All-Star Shootout was held September 19th on the campus of Oglethorpe University in Atlanta. This 13th annual event featured a full capacity roster of 180 prospects from all areas of Georgia, as well as from the states of Florida, Tennessee, North Carolina, Alabama, Mississippi, and Delaware. The Shootout brought excellent exposure to all of the participants, as a large number of College Coaches from throughout the South were in attendance to evaluate and recruit the talent on hand.

The Camp consisted of a complete day of competition, development, inspiration, and exposure. During the morning session, the players participated in fundamental skills stations conducted by some of the state's top high school, travel ball, and skill development coaches. Following the morning stations, Courtney Brooks spoke to the players. Coach Brooks, who led Southwest Atlanta Christian Academy (SACA) to national prominence and State Titles in 2004 and 2006, spoke passionately to the camp regarding character, gratitude, faith, and achieving success in the game of life. Fresh off the inspiration, the players moved into 5-on-5 play, where they competed in three (3) full-court games with their respective camp team throughout the afternoon and early evening. The event concluded with a thrilling "Top 30" All-Star Game, which was decided on a final shot in double overtime. The excitement was a fitting finale to a fantastic day of basketball and a highly successful camp.  

Below is a summary on the Event’s Top Performers: 

Most Outstanding Performers
(Players Listed in no particular order)
Desmond Webb (6’ 4, SG, Carrollton; 2016)
One of the top overall players in camp who capped off the day with a game winning bucket in the Top 30 All-Star Game. He is an excellent scorer; puts up points effortlessly at the rim and with the outside jumper. Uses his length and strength to finish extremely well around the basket. Showed ability to create for others with the assist when double teamed. Played significant role on team that advanced to Class AAAA Final a year ago. Had a very good summer on the travel ball circuit and looks primed for a big-time Senior season for Coach Tim Criswell at Carrollton.          

Ephraim Tshimanga (6’ 1, PG, Allatoona; 2016)
Impressive floor general who makes major impact on both sides of the floor. Is a very good ball handler who uses change of pace moves extremely well. Gets in the paint and finishes effectively. Is a physical and active on ball defender and plays passing lanes really well. Makes teammates around him better. Skillset should translate well to next level. Is receiving significant recruiting interest from a number of schools at the Division I and II levels. Look for Ephraim to have a stellar Senior season for the perennially successful Allatoona program.

Damion Rosser (6’ 4, SG, Henry County; 2017)
Talented wing guard who showed all around complete game throughout camp. Has nice combination of strength and athleticism which makes him very effective finisher at the rim. Plays very well in transition; can lead the break with ball or run lanes and finish. Has good leaping ability and had several high flying plays including a fast break dunk over unsuspecting defender. Is comfortable with ball in his hands and likes to penetrate from wing. Good help side defender Was All-Region selection as a sophomore. Should continue to blossom under tutelage of his father and Henry County Varsity Coach Vince Rosser.  

Jordan Gaines (6’ 6, Forward, Tri-Cities; 2016)
Athletic and long forward who plays above the rim. Had good showing; including several highlight reel dunks which had the gym buzzing.  Is good in transition and runs the floor hard. Attacks the glass for offensive rebounds. Is good on his feet, has solid instincts, and great length; has the tools to be a very versatile defender. Has a developing skill set on the wing. High ceiling prospect.

Luke Lawson (6’ 2, Guard, Georgia Military Prep; 2016)
Impressive all-around guard with strong skill set and above average athleticism. Shot the lights out from three-point land. Showed ability to drive and finish when defense focused in on taking away outside looks. Makes great decisions with the ball and has good basketball savvy.

Roderick Melton (6’ 1, PG, Northview, Alabama; 2016)
Very athletic lead guard who demonstrated an impressive all-around game. Uses quick first step and good handle to penetrate defense and create scoring opportunities for himself and teammates. Sees the floor well. Consistently knocked down the outside jumper. Good finisher with ability to finish at and above the rim. Has wiry strength and absorbs contact well. 

Brosnan Cooks (6’ 4, Forward, Elba, AL; 2016) Physical and energetic forward who owned the boards. He plays with a good motor and seemed to be all over the floor making plays.  Scored the ball when attacking the basket and created many second chance opportunities for his team on tips and offensive putbacks. Good defender with ability to match up with bigger forwards and smaller guards. Was named All-State as a Junior while leading Elba High to the Class AA Alabama State Championship Game.  

Mitch Hollis (6’0, PG, Pope; 2016)
Sparkplug guard with the ability to get very hot from beyond the arc. Capable of turning the tide of game with his shooting ability. Has good range and quick release on outside shot. Handles the ball well and plays with super intensity and hustle. Aggressive on ball defender. Brings many intangibles to the court that help team win games.  Good student with 3.5 GPA. Look for him to step into a featured role for Coach Pat Abney at Pope this coming season. 

KeAndre Morrison (6’ 1, CG, Franklin County; 2016)
Athletic guard with explosiveness; does a great job of getting into the paint and finishing around the basket. Demonstrated good decision making and passing ability. Is good in the open court. Plays with good intensity and desire to compete. Aggressive defender. Named All-Region in 7AAA last season as a Junior.        

Jason Morrison (6’ 4, CG, Wesleyan; 2016)
Jason was one of the most well rounded and intriguing prospects in attendance. He is athletic and has good size for a lead guard. Was most effective with the ball in his hands as a playmaker. Was very effective at facilitating the offense and getting teammates involved. Showed ability to score at all three levels.  He plays the game with passion and intensity.  Has much upside potential.  All-Region selection as a Junior.

Javon Greene (6’ 2, SG, Henry County; 2017)
Good looking guard prospect who scored in bunches. Shot the ball very well from beyond the arc; lefty with soft shooting touch. Javon was equally impressive putting the ball on floor and getting in paint. Showed good leaping ability with dunk in traffic. Player with much upside who will continue to get better.

Wil Chambliss (6’ 0, SG, Vidalia; 2016)
Scoring guard who knocked down three-point shots throughout the day. He was effective as both a spot up shooter and off the dribble. He also has the ability to put the ball on the floor and make good things happen off dribble penetration.  Wil was a key player in Vidalia’s run to the Class AA Final Four last year as a Junior. Look for him to have a big senior year for the Indians and Coach Tom Dalley.      

Chase Shook (6’ 9, Forward, Union County; 2016) Developing big man who had a good showing throughout the day. He rebounded well on both sides of the floor. He plays good position defense and effectively used his size to protect the rim and alter shots. Runs the floor pretty well for his size and has solid footwork in low post. Has visibly improved since his performance in the SEBA Camp last year.  4.0 GPA and above average SAT score will make him an attractive target of academically select programs.     

Donald “DJ” Johnson III (6’ 0, PG, Harris County; 2016)

Complete guard with the ability to score and distribute. Has quick first step and blows by defender on penetration. Has good leaping ability and finishes well at the rim. Has a nice one-two pull-up jumper from the mid-range. Was named All-Region and All Bi-City as a Junior; look for to build off that and have a strong Senior campaign for a good looking Harris County squad.       

Trentavious Jackson (6’ 0, Guard, Monroe–Albany; 2016)
Athletic guard who had an excellent showing at camp. Plays with great energy; He excelled taking the ball to the rim and knocking down the jumper. Gets to the basket quickly and is explosive at rim. Has good strength and finishes thru contact. Floor leader with great intangibles. All-Region performer as a Junior in 1-AAAA.

Xavier Johnson (6’ 4, Wing, South Gwinnett; 2016)
High flying and physically strong wing-forward who electrified the gym with several impressive dunks and blocked shots. Is a very good offensive rebounder and excels at scoring off putbacks. Plays bigger than height and is capable of effectively guarding taller players on defense. Showed ability to knock down mid-range jumper and put the ball on the floor.

Leroy Jones IV (5’ 8, PG, Berkmar; 2016)
Battle tested lead guard who excels on both sides of the ball. Top notch on-ball defender. Pressures ball handlers the length of floor and forces turnovers. On offense, he plays with great poise and is excellent at drawing defense and kicking out to open shooters. Shot the ball very well; consistently knocking down both the spot up and pull up 3 pointers.          

Obina Ofodile (6’ 7, Forward, Duluth; 2016)
Highly athletic forward who is very effective around the rim. Threw down several impressive dunks off lobs and putbacks. Gets off the ground very quick for a player his size.  Has great instincts on defense and blocked or altered numerous shots.    

Joshua Faulkner (6’ 0, PG, Berkmar; 2016)
Quick and explosive guard; gets to the rim very well and knows how to finish. Gets good separation off the dribble and creates space for mid-range jumper. Is a tough on ball defender and has the tools to be a defensive stopper at the college level. Thrives in up tempo style of play. Joshua is a good student with 3.5 GPA in classroom.          

Napoleon Harris (6’ 6, Wing, Monroe-Albany; 2016)
Athletic wing-forward with length; was very active on the boards and scored numerous baskets off offensive rebounds. Showed ability to score and finish strong thru traffic in paint. Plays good interior defense and can guard wings on perimeter. Was named All-Region as a Junior. Good student in classroom with 3.5 GPA. Bright future.   

Robert Hill Jr. (6’ 9, Forward, Berkmar; 2016)
Strong inside presence who is comfortable in the paint and posting up. Has solid scoring moves on low block and finished consistently. Showed good hands and ability to catch passes even when off target. Passes well out of double team and finds open teammate.  Showed ability and willingness to run the floor on break. Good potential.       

Additional Camp Standouts: 

2016 Guards

The Camp roster boosted a deep pool of talented perimeter players. In regards to point guards, one who  impressed was Tracy Sailem (6’1, Jeff Davis; 2016). Sailem is a quick and high energy playmaker who creates offense, as well as being a lock down defender.  Joshua Jones (6’ 1, Creekside; 2016) is a sparkplug floor general with good quickness and excellent passing ability. He plays with passion and leadership. Alex Jordan (6’ 1, Dodge County; 2016) is a high scoring guard with good handle and quick first step.  He can create well off the dribble and has both quick release and range on his three point shot, as well as a 3.7 GPA in the classroom.  Justin Hartfield (6’ 0, Greenbrier; 2016) is a constant scoring threat who brings a nice combination of athleticism and skill to his position. He also demonstrated ability to neutralize opposing guards with his on ball defense.  Emeshaun Offord (6’ 0, Monroe – Albany; 2016) is a physical strong point guard who sees the floor very well demonstrated a good looking outside stroke. He will team up with Monroe teammate Trentavious Jackson to form one of the better backcourts in Middle Georgia. Hank Norton (6’ 0, Gordon Lee; 2016) is a skilled and smart guard with a high basketball IQ. He wore out the nets with his excellent outside shooting.  Speaking of shooters, Cade Archer (6’ 1, SG, Cartersville, 2016) was one of the camp’s top marksmen. He has an excellent three point stroke and can put the ball on floor and hit the pull up jumper. Post Grad Joshuah Taylor (5’9, Northside Methodist Academy, AL) is a speedy playmaker and aggressive on ball defender. Kourtney Shakespeare (6’ 2, Shaw; 2016) showed an impressive and well-rounded offensive skill set and the ability to make his team better on both ends of the floor.  Detrevin Johnson (5’ 9, Kell; 2016) is a quick and explosive lead guard who was impressive in creating for himself and others.   Jovante Lee (6’ 1, Northview, AL; 2016) is an athletic and physical guard who attacks the basket and uses his body well to convert drives. He scored consistently throughout the camp and showed a solid outside shot to compliment his driving ability. Foster Houck (6’0, Homelife Academy, TN; 2016) is a pure point and floor leader. He sees the floor extremely well and was one of the top distributors in camp. Courtney Davis (5’ 9, Central, AL; 2016) is a sparkplug point guard who impacts the game in many ways. He uses his quickness to create scoring opportunities and is an active defender. Phoenix Roberts (5’ 10, Franklin County; 2016) is a good facilitator and does a good job drawing defense and hitting open teammates with the assist. Devontae Hedgespeth (6’ 0, Salem; 2016) is a floor general who does a nice job of running his team from the point guard position. He was one of the top defensive guards in the camp.  Jeremiah Starks (6’ 0, Peachtree Ridge; 2016) is a lead guard with good size and a scorers mentality. He showed ability to create offense off the dribble as well as knock down the outside shot.        

2017 & 2018 Guards

Not to be overlooked, the Camp’s Underclassman group also had some impressive guard talent. Adama Kpaan (6’ 2, Rabun Gap; 2018) has excellent potential and was one of the top sophomores in attendance. He is a very energetic and athletic player who gets to the rim with ease. He was all over the court grabbing rebounds, picking off passes, and making plays. Henley Edge (6’ 4, McCallie, TN; 2017) is a smart player with good length and shooting ability. He is a good athlete and as he continues to mature, has the chance to be a very nice prospect for next level. Stephen Darst (6’ 2, Tampa Jesuit; 2017) is a skilled combo guard who shoots the three ball well, and can finish at the rim. He plays with good awareness and has good court vision. Darius Giles (6’ 2, Arabia Mountain; 2017) showed a potent offensive game from both the outside and driving ball to rim, as well as good court vision.  Tre-Jon Taylor (6’ 1, Mt. Zion; 2017) is a slashing guard with a nose for the ball and much potential. Jamal Buster (5’ 11, North Clayton; 2017) has a nice combination of strength and quickness and was effective in creating jumper off the dribble. He also made some nice plays on defense in creating turnovers.  Karl Washington Jr. (6’ 1, Sandy Creek; 2017) is a long guard who demonstrated a good outside stroke and versatility on defense. Chandler Gibson (5’ 11, Monroe Area; 2017) is a good looking point guard who makes positive things happen with the ball in his hands. Has excellent handle which allows him to drive for layups and create for teammates with equal effectiveness.

2016 & 2017 Wings

At the Wing position, Kenny Ume (6’ 4, Wing, North Cobb) is a versatile player who presents matchup problems for opponents. He has an effective inside-out skill set which can be hard to defend. The All-Cobb County performer will play a leading role for a strong North Cobb team this coming season. Garrett Stewart (6’ 4, Northview, 2016) is a long and active wing who impressed with his defensive ability and play in the open court.  K.J. Houston (6’ 5, Wing, Douglas County) is a player who combines good size and shooting ability. Look for him to only get better as he continues to develop his ball handling and adds weight.  Post Graduate Terry James (6’ 5, Wing, Post Grad) is a player with excellent athleticism and intangibles. He excels in transition and had one of the camp’s most crowd pleasing moments when throwing down a two handed tomahawk dunk in traffic.  He is currently available and has all four years of college eligibility.  William “Kovi” Tate (6’ 4, Henry County; 2017) is a very active wing forward with good leaping ability. Finishes with authority and also has good passing ability for a forward. He made his mark on the defensive side as well with blocked shots and steals.     

2016 & 2017 Forwards

Jeremy Joyner (6’ 7, Charles Drew; 2016) is emerging forward and solid inside presence in the paint. He has a variety of scoring moves on the low block and runs the floor well for a big man, where he converted several fast breaks with layups and dunks. Jeremy was also one of the top rebounders in camp. Robert Kelly  (6’ 7, Cumberland Christian; 2016) is talented but raw wing with much upside. He showed flashes of great potential and is definitely a prospect for coaches to keep a close eye on. Will Springer (6’ 7, Buford; 2016) is a big wing with a nice shooting stroke and ability to stretch the floor. He also looked good on defense, where he was active on the boards and plays good help defense.  Will has a 3.7 GPA and very solid test scores that should be attractive to higher academic programs. Craig Ferguson (6’ 5, Central, AL; 2016) is an active wing-forward who showed ability to score around the rim and with both hands.  He is an excellent student with a 26 ACT and could be a player for academic schools to monitor. Anpherney Doctrine (6’ 6; New Creation Christian Academy) is a developing 2017 talent with good upside. 

Honorable Mention Players

(Listed in no particular order)

Class of  2016: Myles Lake (6’ 2, SG, North Cobb); Darius Harrison (6’ 6, Forward, Berkmar); K’Nautica George (6’ 3, Wing, Monroe-Albany); Tyler Limburg (6’ 3, Forward, Copper Basin, TN);  Matt East (6’ 4, SG, Trinity Christian); Jemal Ahmed (6’ 1, G, McIntosh); Marquiz Tidwell (6’ 3, Wing, Tri-Cities); Alex Moss (6’ 6, Forward, Georgia Military Prep); Jaylyn Richardson (6’ 2, Wing, Harris County); Emory Sheats (6’ 2, CG, Monroe Area; 2016); Antario Miller (6’0, PG, Cleveland, MS); Chris Barnes (6’ 7, Forward; Union Grove); Jared Walker (6’1, SG, Riverwood); Spencer Kirkpatrick (6’ 6, Forward, Carolina Day, NC); Kenneth Hines (6’ 1, PG, Rabun Gap); Ahmad Harrison (5’ 10, PG, Johnson – Gainesville);  Trent Rizotti (6’ 5, Forward; Pickens); Treyvon Williams (5’ 9, PG, South Gwinnett); Kyndall Burts (5’ 10, PG, Douglas County); Khalil Smith (6’ 3, Forward, Eagles Landing); Joshua Copeland (5’ 7, PG, Harris County); Steven Thompson (6’ 0, SG, Centennial); Amani Gill (6’ 3, SG, Wake Christian Academy, NC); Michael Holloway (6’ 4, Forward, South Gwinnett); Jonathan Casimir (5’ 10, PG, Colonial Hills Christian); Markus Taylor (6’ 5, Forward, Georgia Military Prep); Jalan Cooper (6’ 1, PG, Chapel Hill); Kyle Brown (6’ 1, PG, Mt. Pleasant, DE); Robert Wainio (6’2, SG, Newsome, FL); Caleb West (6’ 2, SG, Excel Christian); Tyler Guthrie (6’ 5, Forward, Dominion Christian); Spencer Palladino (6’ 1, SG, Walker); Kobe Wilson (6’ 7, Forward, North Cobb Christian)

Classes of 2017, 2018: Jamal Middleton (6’ 0, PG, Arabia Mountain, 2017); Gimal Evans (5’ 10, PG, South Gwinnett, 2017); Justin Smith (6’ 2, SG, Tri-Cities; 2017); Daniel Cooper (6’ 2, SG, Statesboro; 2018); Terry Goodrum Jr. (6’ 5, Wing, Allatoona, 2017); Jake Hiser (6’1, Kings Ridge Christian); Xander Ouellette (6’ 1, G, North Atlanta Christian Flight, 2018); Tahj Jones (5’ 8, PG, Vidalia; 2018); Demarcus Johnson (6’ 0, PG, Tri-Cities; 2019); Logan Holt (6’ 2, Wing, Fannin County, 2017);  Elijah Goodman (6’ 4, Wing, Monroe Area, 2018); Landry Rustin (6’ 2, CG, Windsor Academy, 2017); Jake Owens (5’ 11, PG, Kings Ridge Christian); Zach Pina (5’ 10, PG, Starr’s Mill, 2018); Miles Jaynes (6’ 3, Wing, Hillgrove, 2017); Christian McLean (6’ 3, SG, Wesleyan, 2018); Abba Wague (6’ 0, SG, Rabun Gap, 2018);   Darius Giles (6’ 2, SG, Arabia Mountain, 2017); Austin Strickland (6’ 4, SG, Eagleville, TN, 2017);

Thursday, April 9, 2015

SEBA Atlanta College Showcase Top Performers (Recap - Part IV)

2015 SEBA Atlanta College Showcase "East" All-Star Team 

The 2015 Southeast Basketball Academy (SEBA) Atlanta College Showcase was held March 28 on the campus of Oglethorpe University. This 10th Annual SEBA Event featured 180 players from throughout Georgia and the entire South. The Camp was packed with College Coaches looking to evaluate and recruit players for their programs.

Here is the 4th and final report highlighting the camp's top prospects

Lennox Jones Jr. (6’ 3, SG, George Ranch, TX; 2015) – Well rounded guard prospect from the Lone Star State made his trip to Atlanta worthwhile with a good showing on both ends of the floor. Plays with excellent energy that is contagious to his teammates. Was very effective slashing to the rim and knocking down outside jumper.  Very Active on defensive end where he picked up numerous steals and forced turnovers.  Excellent student in classroom with “A” average and 24 ACT score.    

Brosnan Cooks (6’ 3, Forward, Elba, AL; 2016) – Talented inside-out forward  with athleticism; plays with good energy on both ends of the floor. Crashes the boards hard and creates many second chance opportunities for his team. Averaged a double-double for Elba High and was named Class 2A All-State as a Junior.        

Brandon Powell (6’ 1, SG, Harrison; 2015) – Power scoring guard who attacks the rim with aggression.  Uses strong frame to finish at the rim and in paint.  Has nice pull-up jumper from mid-range and beynd the arc.  Averaged 18 ppg on his way to All-Region honors as a senior.

Michael Hanson (6’ 0, SG, Tri-Cities; 2015) –Knockdown three point shooter with deep range.  Has the ability to get very hot from beyond the arc. Works well within the flow of the offense. 

Austin York (6’ 5, Forward, Harrison; 2016) – Strong Forward that is effective on both lower block and facing the basket. Has good footwork and uses strong frame to gain position on defender.  Has ability to knock down the three point shot. Good rebounder. Excellent academic student in classroom and will be a prospect that catches the attention of Elite academic programs.      

Michael Olmert  (5’ 11, PG, Campbell; 2016) – Impressive young point guard with excellent playmaking ability. Uses quickness to slice through defense and create scoring opportunities for himself and for teammates. Finishes very well around the rim and in traffic. Named All-Region in 3-AAAAAA as a Junior. 

Desmond Webb (6’ 3, SG, Carrollton; 2016) – Smooth guard with scorers mentality; versatile skill set allows him to score at the rim, mid-range, and from three point land. Is strong on the drive and uses body to power through contact. Played key role on Carrollton team that advanced to State Championship Game in Class AAAA as a Junior.

Josh McKeever (5’ 10, PG, South Gwinnett; 2015) -  Quick and athletic lead guard with pass first mentality; good set-up man and playmaker. Strong on-ball defender.   

Ari Zorns (5’ 9, PG, Mt. Zion; 2015) – Sparkplug playmaker with exceptional quickness. Handles the ball well; effective leading team in half court and on the fast break. Has nice floater in lane over taller players. Had strong senior season averaging 19 ppg and 6 assists on way to 1st Team All-Region honors.  

Aaron Reddick (6’ 7, Forward, New Manchester; 2016) – Developing big man who made his presence known in the post; is active and possesses above average athleticism. Was effective with back to the basket and showed nice touch on turn around jumper. Block or altered numerous shot attempts on defensive end. Good upside potential.        

Joshua Faulkner (5’ 11, PG, Berkmar; 2016) - Emerging lead guard with excellent athleticism. Has explosive first step and is very effective on dribble drive. Handles the ball well. Has all the physical tools to be a fine lead guard at the next level. Very coachable.  

Jordan Daniels (6’ 0, PG, Altamont, AL; 2015) – Skilled and heady lead guard showed the ability to create off the dribble and knock down the jumper. Has good court vision and did a fine job distributing to teammates for easy buckets.  Named All-State while leading Altamont to Alabama’s Class AA Elite 8. 

2015 SEBA Atlanta College Showcase "West" All-Star Team 

Honorable Mention Players
(listed in no particular order)

Class of 2015 –  Efe Balfour (6’ 4, Wing, Chapel Hill); Riakeye Karr (6’ 1, SG, Stephenson); Stephen Dunn (6’ 1, CG, Lithonia); Dallas Jackson (6’ 2, Wing, South Gwinnett)  Kyle Parker (6’ 4, Wing; New Manchester); Anthony Gomes (6’ 1, PG, Poinciana, FL); Travis Lee (5’ 10, PG, River Ridge);  Miles Rance (6’ 4, SG, Mt. Vernon); Elijah Lipscomb (6’ 3, SG, East Hall); Shamar Griffin (5’ 11, PG, Furtah Prep); Jathan Oliver (6’ 6, Forward, Mt. Zion); Maurice Thompson (6’ 7, Forward, Lake Region, FL); Scotty Jones (6’ 1, CG, Harrison);  James Bonner (5’ 11, SG, Eagles Landing); Caleb Walker (6’ 0, SG, Woodland); KaJuan Jones (5’ 7, PG, DeBartolo, FL); Nick Palmer (5’ 10, PG, Pinecrest Academy); Jamon Moore (6’ 2, PG, Worth County); Justin Goldfeder (5’ 11, PG, Bucholz, FL); Chris Bennett (5’ 10, PG, South Gwinnett); Jeremy Wright (6’ 5, SG, Home School); Aaron Udell (6’ 0, CG, South Gwinnett);  Dante Mitchell (6’ 4, Forward, Brandon, FL); JT Thompson (6’ 5, Wing, Etowah); Trevante Sanders (6’ 3, Wing, Jeff Davis); Ben Drake (6’ 7, Forward, Harrison); Roland Seim (5’ 10, PG, Galloway); William Wimby (6’ 2, CG, Woodward Academy); Malcolm Vaught (5’ 11, CG, West Bladen, NC); Deionte Davis (6’ 4, Wing, Norcross)

Classes of 2016 & 2017 – Leroy Jones (5’ 10, PG, berkmar, 2016); Chase Shook (6’ 8, Forward, Union County, 2016); Joe Stone (6’ 2, Wing, Riverview; 2016); Luke Baham (6’ 3, CG, Calvary Day, 2016); Demetrius Page (5’ 11, PG, Kell, 2017); Joshua Jones (5’ 10, Guard, Grady, 2016); Mitchell Hollis (5’ 11, PG, Pope; 2016);  Zachaeus Mosley (6’ 3, Wing, Callaway, 2016); Colton Collins (6’ 3, SG, North Atlanta Christian, 2016); Phoenix Roberts (5’ 10, PG, Franklin County, 2016);  Jovante Lee (6’ 1, SG, Northview, AL, 2016); D’jimon Wilson (6’ 1, SG, Sprayberry; 2016); Rashad Austin (6’ 7, Forward, Tampa Bay Tech; 2016)

Post Grads/TransfersBrian Woods II (6’2, Guard, Avail Transfer);  Jabari Barr (6’ 5, Wing, Avail transfer);  Erik Shaw (6’ 1, CG; Avail transfer);  DeAndre Bradford (6’ 6, Wing, Post Grad); Devonta Smith (5’ 11, CG, West Bladen, NC; Post Grad); Xavier Moss (5’ 9, PG, Post Grad); Chris Cannady (5’9, Guard, Post Grad)

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