Tuesday, April 3, 2018

2018 SEBA Atlanta College Showcase (Event Review)

The 2017 SEBA Atlanta College Showcase took place this past Saturday on the campus of Oglethorpe University in Atlanta. This 13th annual exposure event featured a full capacity roster of 220 prospects. The prospects represented many high school programs from all parts of Georgia, as well as from the states of Florida, Tennessee, Alabama, South Carolina, North Carolina, New Jersey, and Illinois. The Showcase continued the SEBA tradition of providing excellent exposure to all of the participants, as a large collection of College Coaches representing schools from throughout the nation were in attendance to evaluate the talent on hand. Several Regional scouting publications were also on hand to cover the event.
The Camp consisted of a complete day of instruction, inspiration, competition, and exposure. During the morning session, the players had the opportunity to participate in a circuit of skills stations conducted by some of the state’s top high school, travel ball, and skill development coaches. Following the morning station, the players were treated to a super passionate and inspirational speech from Coach Courtney Brooks. 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 highly competitive "Top 40" All-Star Game which was well played and a complimentary conclusion to a highly successful event.
Below is a summary of the event’s top performers.

Most Outstanding Performers
(Players Listed in no particular order)

Eli Lawrence (6’ 4, SG, Tri-Cities; 2018)
Good looking guard prospect who shined bright with his play. Is an excellent slasher with athleticism; repeatedly attacked the hoop for buckets. Thrives on the break and had several impressive above the rim finishes. While at his best when taking ball to the rim, he displayed a very capable three point shot. Was named 1st Team All-Region while averaging 21 ppg for Tri-Cities team that advanced to Elite 8. Is going to be an excellent player for a program at the College level.      

Elijah Austell (6’ 7, Forward, Stockbridge; 2018)
Highly athletic forward with great length; had a very impressive showing. Showed excellent bounce with numerous dunks that lit up the gym. Was in attack mode throughout camp, attacking the rim and crashing the boards. Played with a lot of desire and hustle, he never stopped moving and was willing to scrap for putbacks and tip-outs. Defensively, he provided good help defense and swatted away a number of shots from opponents. Player with excellent upside and future.   

Michael Zabetakis (6’ 4, CG, West Forsyth; 2018)
Was one of the Camp’s top offensive players and impressed many of the coaches and scouts in attendance with his ability to put up points. He successfully scored at the rim, mid-range, and beyond the arc. Has the ability to create for himself off the dribble and score in bunches. Plays with good energy, court presence, and seemed to always be around the basketball on both ends of the floor. His on court skill combined with his stellar academic credentials will make him a sought after prospect this Spring.

Jahwan Smith (5’ 10, PG, Kell; 2018)
After a standout Senior season at Kell this past year; Jahwan camp into camp looking to make an good impression with College Coaches…and that he did. The lightning quick point guard played extremely well on both ends of the floor in 5-on-5 play. Whether it was attacking the rim, dropping assists to teammates for easy scores, knocking down threes, or playing excellent on-ball defense, he did it all. Most impressive is his leadership and visible passion for playing the game. Carries a 3.7 GPA and will be a steal for program needing a high impact floor general.

Bryce Brown (6’ 7, Forward, Archer; 2018)
Versatile forward who has a very good showing at camp. Is comfortable posting up and scoring on the low block; but also has the ability to step out and shoot the outside jumper…which he converted with high accuracy. He is effective in a pick-n-roll situations; powers thru contact around the rim.  Has good post moves and footwork. Effective defensive rebounder and solid interior defender. All in all, an attractive prospect who saw his stock rise with his strong play throughout the camp.  

Tim Williamson (6’ 4, CG, Glen Hills; 2018)
Talented and long combo guard out of Augusta, Tim exhibited a very well rounded skill set. He is a good facilitator and distributor; creating easy buckets for teammates. He takes the ball to the rim well, and also displayed an accurate three point shot. Has good defensive versatility and is able to match up with quick guards and bigger forwards. Game should translate well to next level. Was 1st Team All-region and 2nd Team All-State while leading Glen Hills to State Final Four.

Jackson Baylark (6’ 4, Wing, Pope; 2018)
Excellent athlete and leaper; Jackson plays at one speed and that is full force. He is all over the court and plays with a great motor. A tremendous finisher, he had one of the camp’s top highlight plays with a soaring dunk over 6’ 7 defender. He is excellent in transition and highly effective in half court play around the rim and in mid-range. Very good rebounder and rim protector for his size. Plays like a Warrior and loves to compete.

Fionne Brown (6’ 5, Wing/Guard, Marietta; 2018)
Strong and athletic wing guard who had a very good camp. Tough matchup for opposing defenses. He can put ball on the floor and attack rim, post up on block, and knock down the three ball. He is good in transition, runs floor well, and can finish above the rim with authority. Underrated talent who will be great pick up for school at next level.       

Michael McClendon (6’ 4, Forward, South Cobb; 2018)
A pleasant surprise, Michael caught the eye of coaches and evaluators with his length, high motor and leaping ability around the rim. He was a monster on the boards and had several impressive dunks in traffic over taller players. Runs the floor well and is very active defensively. Carries a 3.9 GPA and 1290 SAT, which makes him a very promising prospect for higher academic programs seeking an athletic wing-forward.                      

Wil Walraven (6’ 1, PG, Sonoraville; 2018)
Named the Northwest Georgia Player of the Year this season after averaging 23 ppg, Wil is a highly skilled scoring guard who impressed with his playmaking abilities. He has good range on his three point shot and a quick release. Has burst to attack the defense and kick out to teammates for clean looks. Looked good in transition and leading break. Above average rebounder for a guard. Anticipates well on defense and picked up numerous teals in passing lanes.     

Deontae Barlow (6’ 4, Wing, Jackson; 2018)
A highly athletic and strongly built wing, he used his speed, frame, and leaping ability to score in bunches. He is very fast up and down the floor and is a very effective in transition; often initiating the break off his own rebounds. He is very effective driving baseline and powering thru contact. Scored a good share of points on offensive rebounds and put backs. Was named 1st Team All-Region for the second consecutive season, averaging just under 20 ppg.    

Sayvon Traylor (6' 5, Wing, Rockdale County; 2018)
Very physically strong wing who can really score the basketball. He was a tough matchup for opposing defenders, using his power game in the paint to overwhelm opponents and knocking down a good number of outside shots. He is very effective off the dribble and pulling up for jumpers. He handles the ball really well for his size and initiates the fast break with precision. Had an excellent Senior season averaging 22 ppg on his way to 1st Team All-Region honors. Nice prospect.  

Joshua Strong (6’ 1, CG, Kennesaw Mountain; 2018)
Left handed guard with a very quick first step, Josh is a player who can just flat out score the basketball. Demonstrating a combination of pull-ups, runners, acrobatic drives, and three pointers, he scored at will throughout the day. Is the type of player who can routinely score twenty plus points while completely playing within the flow of the game. Has slender frame, but has wiry strength and long arms. Uses his body extremely well to fend off defenders and get off his shot. Averaged 23 ppg and was a 1st Team All-region selection while being named one of the top players in talent rich Cobb County this past season.   
Dimitar Pandev (6’ 10, Forward, The Skill Factory Prep; 2018)
Native of Macedonia is an emerging big man with good potential. He showed solid body control and touch in the paint. Knocked down several face-up jumpers and was assertive on the both the offensive and defensive boards.  Showed good awareness and understanding of the game. With continued development, he is going to be a nice interior presence at the college level.

Kiya Randolph (6’ 3, Wing, Campbell; 2018)
Good looking wing with better than average athleticism; Kiya does many things well on the court. Versatility is his greatest asset as a player. He showed the ability to knock down the jumper, slash to the rim, defend a variety of positions, while also making a heavy impact on the boards. One of the most well rounded players in camp.  

DeAndre Rice (6’ 4, Wing, Henry County; 2018)
Athletic wing with good slashing ability and the strength to finish consistently at the rim. Demonstrated some nice bounce with several impressive dunks. He showed a solid mid-range jumper and willingness to bang in the paint for rebounds. After having to sit-out his Junior year due to transfer rules, He had a breakout Senior season where he was named 1st Team All-Region for the Warhawks. Is a player whose best ball is ahead of him.      

Derek Miller (6’ 7, Forward, Apalachee; 2018)
Strong interior presence who protects rim and snatches rebounds. Had a good share of blocks and shot alterations. While he is farther along defensively than offensively at this point in his development, he did show some nice moves around the rim and ability to finish strongly with a couple dunks. Averaged 14 ppg and 12 rebounds per game while being named All-Region this past year. 

Micah McCuen (6’ 3, SG, Sprayberry; 2018)
Late blooming guard with size and diverse skill set; was making plays to positively impact his team on both ends of the floor. One of the state’s top rebounding guards this season, he was named All-Region in his one and only season of high school eligibility. Will be a nice pick-up for a Junior College program looking for a physical and versatile guard who can score and defend.   

John Morgan (6’ 4, Guard/Wing, LaFayette; 2018)
Skilled guard with good length and slashing ability; the North Georgia standout made a very positive impression as a scorer. He is at his best while attacking the rim. Has deceptive athleticism; impressed with his ability to finish in traffic and around the rim. Has a clean looking jumper which he knocked down consistently. Was a 1st Team All-Region selection this season and broke several school records, including most points in a game (with 43).

Tahj Jones (5’ 11, CG, Vidalia; 2018)
Jones had a banner Senior season for Vidalia, earning All-State honors and leading the Indians to the Class 2A State Championship Game. He carried that momentum into the Showcase, where he electrified with his scoring and ability to shoot the three ball. He had a stretch in 5-on-5 play where he knocked down four consecutive treys….each one hitting nothing but net. In addition to his outside shooting prowess, his quickness allows him to get in lane and convert pull-ups and floaters over bigger players. Will be a great pickup for a program needing a scoring guard who is battle tested.

Aloung King (6’ 5, Wing, The Skill Factory Prep; 2018)
Diverse skill set often presents a mismatch against opposing defenses. He has the size to post up smaller defenders in the paint and the quickness to drive past forwards off the dribble. He has good athleticism and plays well in transition. He is an active defender and crashes the offensive boards hard; creating many second chance opportunities for his team. Has a College ready game.

Lorenzo Ferrell II (6’ 5, SG, Rutherford, FL; 2018)
Long guard prospect with big upside; can really shoot the basketball; one of the top three point shooters in the camp. Has deep range and quick release. Was able to create off the dribble very well and getting good separation from defense. He has a long wing span and is a good athlete. Has the potential to be a very nice College player.   

Nick Edwards (6’1, PG, Grayson; 2018)
Speedy playmaker with excellent quickness and court vision; has the ball on a string and blows past opponents. Once in the paint, he uses his body well and is an excellent finisher. Showed a solid pull up jumper and gets good separation from defender. Draws defense and creates high percentage attempts for teammates. A two time All-Region selection, Nick was one of the top players in talent filled Gwinnett County this season. He is also a proven winner, having led Grayson to back-to-back “Final 4” appearances in Georgia’s largest classification (Class 7A). A PG who will help a school at next level win alot of games.                 

Additional Camp Standouts:

2018 Guards

The Camp roster boosted a deep pool of talented 2018 perimeter players who will play at the College  level.  In addition to the players already listed above, here are some others who also made their mark. Nayari Dampier (5’ 10, PG, North Cobb) impressed with his ability to orchestrate the offense and lead his team. Whether it was a well-timed assist, a knock down three pointer, or a big steal in passing lane, he consistently made plays to help his team win. An All-Region selection this past year, the floor general generated interest among several Colleges in attendance. Tarrence Evans (6’ 2, CG, Eagles Landing) is a standout playmaker who can put points on the scoreboard. He is quick to the rim and a very good finisher around the basket. He is equally adept in creating his jump shot. A career 1,000 point scorer, his talents will certainly be an asset for school at next level. Azan Alim (5’ 11, PG, McNair) was a pleasant surprise who really had a good showing. He is a quick and shifty guard who does a great job getting in lane and finishing. Is a very good set-up man who sees the floor really well and leads the fast break with precision. Savvon Delgado (5’ 10, PG, Kell) is a fun player to watch. He plays alot of confidence and has deep range on his shot. One of the best three point shooters in attendance, he also handles the ball well and can create off the bounce. Chan Ruach (6’ 3, SG, The Skill Factory) is a talented guard with length and good upside. Coming off a successful season on the Prep circuit with TSF, he displayed an accurate outside stroke and ability to put the ball on the floor. He gets up and down the floor well in transition, and had one of the camp’s top dunks on a fast break which sent a surge through the gym. Terrynce  Jackson (5’ 11, PG, Stockbridge) is a super quick lead guard who can score the basketball in bunches. Whether it was his pull-up jumper or driving to the rim, he was in full attack mode. He also did fine job seeing the floor and distributing the ball to teammates in scoring position. Terrynce played a major role for tough Stockbridge squad that advanced to Elite 8 this past season. Jaylen Bussey (6’ 2, SG, Discovery) is a lights out shooter who knocked down treys at an impressive rate. He shot the ball extremely well from three point land, while also keeping the defense honest with drives into the paint. Nice prospect out of Gwinnett County. South Georgia product A.J. Pinkney (5’ 11, PG, Ware County) is a scoring playmaker who creates his jumper very well off dribble. A scrappy defender, The All-Region selection wreaked havoc with his quickness, picking up numerous steals and deflections. Kameron Miller (5’ 8, PG, Sandy Creek) is a jet quick point guard who was an integral player for Sandy Creek squad that advanced to Final 4. His passing and defense abilities are special. As a distributor, he sees the floor very well and dishes for easy scores; while his on ball defense is stellar and capable of changing the course of the game. Rachid Shimou (6’ 3, SG, Piscataway, NJ) made the most of his trip down from New Jersey with an impressive showing throughout camp. He is a complete and balanced player who takes the ball to the rim strong. He is an active defender and one of the better rebounding guards in attendance. He also displayed a good basketball IQ and mature understanding of the game. Michael Evans (5’ 11, PG, The Skill Factory Prep) uses his excellent speed to lead the fast break and score in transition. The strong bodied lead guard has a effective pull-up jumper and knows how to score against bigger players in the paint. Daylan “DJ” Smith (6’ 0, PG, Duluth) is a battle tested and speedy guard who can help a program at the next level. He has a tight handle, is quick with the ball, and can penetrate to score or pass. He is also an active defender on ball and in the passing lanes. 
Terrence Taylor Jr. (6’ 4, SG, West Forsyth) is a skilled guard prospect with good size. He showed an impressive jumper off the catch and bounce. He was active defensively and on the boards. A 1st Team All-Region selection this past season, Terrence has a skill set that will be a nice asset to a school at next level.Joshua Archer (5’ 10, PG, Heritage) is a cat quick lead guard who impressed with his performance. He does a great job creating offense; possessing a dangerous pull up jumper and three point stroke. Plays with good toughness and competitive fire and isn’t afraid to do the little things to help his team win.Markeevius Byrd (6’ 1, CG, Metter) is active guard who plays with a good motor. He looked good scoring the ball off penetration. A two time All-Region selection, his 3.8 GPA and 1130 SAT make him an attractive target for high academic schools to evaluate. Christopher King (6’ 2, SG, Rockdale County) is a long guard who caught the attention of several evaluators with his intensity and ability to provide pressure defense on the ball. On the offensive side, he showed a balanced skill set and accurate three point shot.  Zach Ledbetter (5’ 11, CG, Bowdon) is a skilled guard who impacts the game with his shooting and passing abilities. A career 1,000 point scorer at Bowdon, he plays with confidence and understanding of the game. He looked good knocking down treys and orchestrating the fast break as a ball handler. Christian Connor (6’ 3, CG, Parkview) is a diamond in the rough prospect with good potential. At 6’ 3 he has good size for a guard and is a versatile scorer. He has a good three point stroke and finishes well around the rim. Porter Law (6’ 0, PG, Calhoun) is an aggressive and physically tough floor general who does many of the little things to help his team win. He is extremely active on the defensive end, and is a first rate distributor. Porter broke Calhoun High’s all-time record for career assists while leading the program to a Region Championship this year. Trevino Jones Jr. (5’ 10, CG, Swainsboro) is a dangerous combo guard in the open court and beyond the three point line. The All-Region selection displayed great shooting ability, especially off the bounce. Defensively, he was locked-in and took pride in shutting down his man. Alexander Ouellette (6’ 3, SG, Cumberland Christian) has attended several SEBA events since his sophomore season, and he has made strides each time we have seen him. He was one of the top outside marksman in camp; knocking down three pointers off the catch and bounce. His shooting ability combined with strong academic resume has brought interest from a number of coaches in attendance. Dustin Ladson (6’ 3, CG, Hillgrove) is a player with much upside potential. He has a strong and athletic frame and is explosive when attacking the rim. He guards the ball well and has the physical tools to be lock down defender at next level. Roscoe Spruill (5’ 8, PG, South Cobb) is a tough and compact lead guard with a lightning quick first step. He makes a heavy impact with his ability to penetrate defense and create for teammates. He did a very good job leading the fast break and making right decisions in pick n roll situations. Sevin Brown (6’ 2, SG, Naples, FL) had a good showing as a well-rounded guard who can score and defend. The Southwest Florida standout was effective in transition and in taking the ball to basket off penetration while also knocking down several three point attempts.

2019 & 2020 Guards

Orry Owens (5’ 11, PG, Hillgrove; 2019) is a talented lead guard who had a breakout Junior season for perennial Class 7A State Playoff team Hillgrove. An All-Region selection, he has a great outside stroke, handle, and plays with a high basketball IQ. His on court talent combined with a 4.0 GPA make him an attractive prospect in the Class of 2019. Playing under the tutelage of legendary Georgia High School Coach James Lunsford, Malik Foston (6’ 1, PG, Georgia Military College Prep; 2019) is an athletic point guard who had a good showing. His first step is explosive and allowed him to turn the corner throughout the day when attacking the basket. He has a very good ‘stop and pop’ jumper in transition, and exhibited deep range on his three point shot. Nice prospect in Middle Georgia for Coaches to evaluate. Jervon Morris (6’ 3, CG, Paulding County; 2019) is a player with high upside potential. He has good quickness, length, and plays with a lot of energy. He is excels at creating his own jump shot and has that explosive first step to get into the lane. He was an All-Region selection and 17 ppg scorer as a Junior. Clayton Johnson (6’ 3, SG, Chattooga; 2019) is a player to keep an eye on from North Georgia. He is a crafty and smart perimeter threat. His length allows him to finish consistently around the rim and he is effective in the open court. Jaylan Troutman (5’ 8, PG, Paideia; 2019) is a jet quick lead guard who is a good facilitator and strong on ball defender. He demonstrated good decision making and the ability to run a team from the point guard position. Alijah Huzzie(5’ 11, PG, Heard County; 2019 ) is an fast and multi-faceted playmaker who can drive, dish, and shoot. A two-time 1st Team All-Region player who averaged 22 ppg this year as a Junior, he excels in uptempo situations and on the break. Jaylyn Hickman (6’ 0, PG, Gatlinburg-Pittman, TN; 2019) is a dynamic lead guard out of the Knoxville area. His quickness and ball handling skills allow him to get to the rim with ease. He has a consistent outside stroke and good court vision. Averaged 23 ppg and 6 assists as a Junior and has already reached 1000 career points. Ryan Billig (6’ 0, SG, Pope; 2019) is a strong and athletic player with good body control. He has the ability to light it up from beyond the arc, slash to the rim, and plays much bigger than his size. Titus Brown (6’ 0, PG, Franklin County; 2020) is definitely a young guard to watch out of Northeast Georgia. He has a scorer’s mentality and good playmaking ability. He showed good quickness on both ends of the floor and did many things to put his team in position to win. Keondre Williams (6’ 2, SG, Metter; 2019) is a nice prospect with a good all-around game. He has good quickness, and explosive first step, and plays with a non-stop motor. Charleston Willingham (6’ 0, SG, Woodville Tompkins; 2019) had a breakout Junior season for Class A power Woodville Tompkins, where he was named as the Region Player of Year. He continued that momentum into camp where used his big motor and athleticism to make an impression. He has a very quick first step and great slashing ability. He also knocked down a healthy share of outside jumpers. CJ Riley (6’ 1, CG, St. Francis; 2018) is a good looking guard who played an important role for Class A State finalist St. Francis this past season. The Junior guard is athletic and showed a very nice looking three point and mid-range shot. He is also a threat to attack the rim and once in the paint, he knows how to finish. Tay Howard (6’ 3, SG, East Jackson; 2019) is long guard with skill and versatility. A 1st Team All-Region selection this past season, he does many things well on both ends of the floor and is a 3.7 GPA student. Definite prospect for Coaches to put on their radar going into the Spring & Summer.  
2018 & 2019 Wings
Anthony Newsome (6’ 4, Wing, Stephenson; 2018) is a physical and strong framed wing who was effective from both mid-range and in the paint. He brings good energy and the ability to play lock down defense and crash the boards hard. Anthony was a 1st Team All-Region player for a Stephenson squad that won 20 games this year. Jeremiah Sanabria (6’ 5, Wing-Forward, Allatoona; 2019) is a versatile forward who played his way onto the watch list of a number of schools at the camp. He can slash from the wing as well as bang in the paint. He has a solid face-up game and is a strong rebounder and interior defender. He demonstrated good athleticism with a couple of impressive above the rim finishes. Preston Crisp (6’ 4, Wing, Woodville-Tompkins; 2019) is a blooming prospect out of Savannah who had a very good Junior season. He uses his length and athleticism to his advantage while slicing to the rim for buckets. He is above average defender and rebounds well from the wing position. While still developing,  the talent is there for him to be a special player. Isaac Hulin (6’ 3, Wing, Oglethorpe County; 2018) is a physical inside-out wing who is a tough rebounder and defender. A career 1000 point scorer, he is a very strong finisher in the paint and plays with purpose. He has a knack for being around the ball and creating second chance opportunities for his team. In addition to the Stockbridge players mentioned above, both Ocean Scott (6’ 2, Wing, Stockbridge; 2018) and Kaelon Hinton (6’ 4, Wing, Stockbridge; 2019) were two additional Tigers who had good showings. Hinton is good athlete who runs the floor well in transition and is a versatile defender. Scott is a ferocious competitor who plays much larger than his height. He is an excellent rebounder and major intangibles guy. He does a lot of things that don’t show up in the scorebook but help make a team successful. Ty Nails (6’ 5, Wing, Stephens County; 2019) is an athletic wing with a really bright future. “Finisher” is the first word that comes to mind when describing his game, as he showed the ability to score at the rim in both half court set and in transition. He also kept the defense honest by knocking down some long jumpers. Averaged 17 ppg and 8 boards on way to All-Region honors as a Junior. Christian Kelly (6’ 4, Wing, Duluth; 2018) is a long wing guard with a lot of talent.  Although streaky, when he is focused and locked in, he is a tremendous offense threat capable of putting up big  points in a short period of time. He is an excellent shooter off the dribble and has deep range on his three point shot. Will be a nice pickup for a Juco program needing perimeter scoring punch.

Nikola Vuksanovic (7’ 1, Center, Rabun Gap; 2019) is European transfer student playing for Rabun Gap, a program that has developed multiple standout College forwards over the years. A prospect with obviously great size, Nikola’s production improved as the day went on and he became more comfortable in the camp setting. He has decent touch in the paint, good hands, and invited contact when powering to the rim. He recorded several blocks and was receptive to instruction in morning skill stations. Look for him to improve rapidly as he continues to get acclimated to ball here in the States. Adrian Hood (6’ 6, Forward, New Creation Christian Academy; 2018) is a forward with good instincts and a muscular frame. He had spurts of dominant play in the paint, where he pulled down rebounds and blocked shots. Has the ability to finish strong as evidenced with a couple of impressive dunks in traffic. While not yet a finished product, the potential is there for him to make a good impact at the next level. Deali Thompson (6’ 7, Forward, Grayson; 2018) is a Senior big man with a powerful 245 lbs. frame. Had a solid performance throughout camp. He provided solid rim protection and interior defense within 5-on-5 setting, and played with good hustle.  He had several offensive put backs for scores and owned rebounds in the paint. Rising prospect Jamar Moore (6’ 6, Forward, Loganville; 2019) is a highly active forward who made his mark on both ends of the floor. Offensively, he scored on the block and while taking his man off the dribble from the wing. Defensively, he blocked/altered a good share of shots and rebounded the ball at a high rate. Was an All-Region selection this year as a Junior. Kendall Norrington (6’ 6, Forward, Mt. Zion; 2019) is a rising forward with a sturdy frame. He showed the ability to finish around the rim and knock down the face-up jumper. Plays well within a team concept and is an active help defender. Has good work ethic and is 2019 player Coaches will want to keep an eye on moving into the Spring and Summer circuit. Trent Gordon (6’ 6, Forward, Duluth; 2020) was an underclassman who caught attention with his play. He has a good motor, works hard for position, and has above average athleticism. He did not shy away from contact and was persistent on the boards. Will be a player to watch as he continues to develop under the Duluth coaching staff. Dylan Bohling (6’ 7, Forward, Etowah; 2018) is a long and developing big man whose best ball is ahead of him. He has good footwork and mobility for his size. A player with an excellent work ethic, he maintains a 3.97 GPA in the classroom. George Davey (6’ 8, Forward, Action Sports Academy Prep; 2018) is a promising forward who is effective on the block and out on the wing. He played well in pick-and-pop situations and has a nice turnaround jumper. Dished out some nice assists to cutters out of double team and had a good share of offensive put backs. 

Honorable Mention Players

(Listed in no particular order)

Class of  2018: AJ Hassel (Woodville-Tompkins); Alex Smith (Belleville East, IL); Ronald Elloie (TSF Prep); Anthony Antoine (Zephyrhills, FL); Luis Gonzalez (Newnan); Nic Maddox ( Holy Spirit Prep); Byron Wilson (Dacula); Rodney Lewis (Douglas County); Terrence Gibson (Appling County);  Kevin Williams (Beaufort Academy, SC); Michael Myles (Duluth); Mantavious Shropshire(Chattooga); Bentley Grove (Duluth); Michael Meade (Holy Spirit Prep); Joshua Woods (Powell, TN); TJ Johnson (Tri-Cities); Khaelil Russell (Appling County); Kevon Sims (Alcovy); Jarrod Wright(Southeast Whitfield); Uriah Pickens (Decatur); Dalton Wilkes (Citizens Christian); Vance Anderson (Paulding County):Jalen Roper (Action Sports Academy Prep); Cameron Brown (Alpharetta); Ryan Byers (Central Christian); Devrit Gros (Parkview); Noah Kenney (Mill Creek); Deontae Evans (East Hall)

Classes of 2019 & 2020: Micah Paulk (Pope; 2019); James Thomas (Naples, FL; 2019); Glen Walker (Chattooga; 2019); Collin Tarver (Howard; 2020); Will Allen (Heritage – Catoosa; 2019); Matthew Jenkins (Sprayberry; 2019); Terrance Hill (Hampton; 2019);  Julius Reynolds (Berkmar; 2020); Chandler Taylor (Bozeman, FL; 2019); Micah Roebuck (Franklin County; 2020); Caleb Ifill(Shiloh Hills Christian; 2019); Jacob Taylor ( Cumberland Christian, 2019); Shota Suzuki (North Cobb; 2019); Matthew Lane (Etowah; 2019); Austin Brock (Southeast Whitfield; 2019); Alex Forde(Etowah; 2019); Bruno Zamdamela (Rabun Gap; 2019); Jordan Blue (Duluth; 2019); Deante Green (Woodville-Tompkins; 2019); Nic Willis (Johns Creek; 2020); Jalen Milner (Georgia Military Prep; 2019); J’Len Jordan (New Manchester; 2019); Burke Chebuhar (Walker; 2020); Keon Sedgwick (Paulding County; 2020); Anfernee Scott (Dorman, SC; 2019); Colin Kahl (Centennial; 2019); Rex McCord (Hart County; 2019); Bryce Robbins (Ola; 2019)​      

Friday, January 26, 2018

Date Announced for 2018 SEBA Atlanta College Showcase

The 2018 Atlanta Spring College Showcase, presented by the Southeast Basketball Academy (SEBA), will be held March 17 on the campus of Oglethorpe University.

This Annual SEBA Event, now in its 13th year, is one of the nation's most highly regarded spring basketball exposure camps for Unsigned Seniors (2018 grads) aspiring to play college basketball. The camp is also open to Juniors from the Class of 2019, and Class of 2020 (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 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 4
5+ College coaches attended last year's camp, resulting in numerous college opportunities for the players in attendance. The camp is the official exposure event of the Georgia College Basketball Coaches Association (GABCA). 

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

Link: http://www.southeastbasketballacademy.com

Thursday, October 19, 2017

2017 SEBA Atlanta All-Star Shootout (Recap & Top Performers)


The 2017 SEBA Atlanta All-Star Shootout was held September 16th on the campus of Oglethorpe University in Atlanta. This 15th Anniversary Fall event featured a full capacity roster of 200 prospects from all areas of Georgia, as well as from the states of Florida, Tennessee, South Carolina, Alabama, and Texas. The Shootout brought excellent exposure to all of the participants, as a large collection of college coaches from throughout the South were in attendance to evaluate and recruit the talent on hand.

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

Most Outstanding Performers 
(Players Listed in no particular order)
Tre Gomillion (6’ 3, CG, Aquinas; 2018)
Talented guard out of Augusta had an excellent showing. Excelled as both a scorer and as playmaker for his teammates. Very good while attacking rim. Uses his strength and physicality to finish strongly. Showed good on-court leadership in directing and motivating teammates. Very active player on both ends of court. Has recovered nicely from the knee injury suffered in Spring. Demonstrated athleticism with two impressive back-to-back dunks in traffic during All-Star Game. Was named 2nd Team All-State as a Junior and the Augusta Area Player of Year while averaging 20 ppg, 13 boards, and 4 assists. 

Jonathan McFall (6’ 4, Wing, Rabun Gap; 2018)
High rising wing prospect who shined throughout the camp. Jonathan owned some of the camp’s top plays with several highlight reel dunks and finishes. He demonstrated good dribble moves and a quick first step which allowed him to attack rim consistently for scores. Thrives on the fast break and finishes way above rim. Show the ability to create and knock down jump shot off the dribble. Intriguing prospect for Low Major D1 programs.     

Adrian Cohen (6’ 5, SG, Etowah; 2018)
High upside guard with excellent combination of size, length, and athleticism. Adrian made good impression with his coachability and willingness to work hard in morning skill stations. That carried over into the 5-on-5 play, where he slashed his way to the rim for buckets and fast break finishes. Also made his presence known with aggressive on-ball defense and rebounding. Has all the tools to be a standout at the next level. 

Joshua Strong (6’ 1, CG, Kennesaw Mountain; 2018)
One of the camp’s top overall guards and scorers, Josh put up lots of points and made it look easy while doing so. He has an excellent mid-range game and an extremely effective floater over taller defenders. He shot the lights out from three point land uses good balance and body control to finish drives to rim. Has quick hands and gets a lot of deflections on defense. Averaged 18 ppg as a Junior last season while being named All-Region. Should be one of Cobb County’s Top Players this coming year.    

Jackson Baylark (6’ 4, Wing, Pope; 2018)
Highly athletic and explosive wing who impacts game in many ways. Has tremendous leaping ability; lit up the gym with a spectacular dunk over defender on fast break. Plays with great energy and drive. Whether it was converting offensive putbacks, coming helpside to block shots, or diving to keep ball in play, Jackson was all over the court making good things happen. He has a reliable midrange jumper and has improved range out to three point range. Was named All-Region as a Junior.      

Arusha Hunter (6’ 2, CG, Dacula; 2018)
Gwinnett County standout scored the ball well throughout the day. He has a sweet stroke from beyond the arc and a nice mid-range game. Took defenders off the dribble when they overplayed his shot and finished well in paint. Active defender on and off the ball. Averaged over 18 ppg while garnering All-State honors as a Junior. Look for him to be a major piece for a strong Dacula team and one of Georgia’s top guards this coming season.

Corey Myart Jr. (6’ 7, Forward, Duluth; 2018)
Emerging big man who impressed with his performance. Finished well around the rim and demonstrated some nice low post moves on the block. Crashes offensive boards hard and keeps possession alive for his team. Defensively, he was a strong presence protecting the lane and contesting shots. As he continues to develop under the tutelage of Cabral Huff and the Duluth coaching staff, don’t be surprised to see Corey turn into a real force this coming season.

​Lincoln Smith (6’ 5, Wing, Shaw; 2018)
Wing - Forward player with strong frame and above average athleticism, Plays with a big motor. Tough matchup for opponents. Scores in midrange zone with effective pull-up jumper and is also tough in the paint. He runs the floor well and gets out in transition. Crashes boards hard; Has good court vision and dished out several nice assists to teammates for easy scores. One of top players in the Columbus Area.       

​Tomas Butkus (6’ 3, PG, Rabun Gap; 2018)
Very impressive lead guard with good size and skill set; A native of Lithuania, he plays with a competitive edge and excellent court presence. Handles the ball well and gets into the paint off penetration. Understands the game. Did a very good job of breaking down defense off the dribble and creating scoring opportunities for himself and teammates. Talent and skill set will translate well to College level.  

​Kyler Ingram (6’ 5, Forward, Cambridge; 2018)
Very strong and physical player with 230 lbs. frame; Kyler overpowered opponents, scoring at will whenever he had the ball inside the ball or on the block. Has long arms and broad shoulders that allow him to play much bigger than his height. On the defensive end, he is a top notch shot blocker. Got his hand on or altered numerous shots each of his camp games. Good rebounder on both ends of floor. Had a strong Summer and will be a high impact player for a nice Cambridge squad ready to make noise this season.          

​Jahwan Smith (5’ 10, PG, Kell; 2018)
Lightning Quick Point Guard with good playmaking ability. Good penetrator and sees floor well. One of the top defensive players in camp; locked down opponents with strong on-ball defense and active in passing lanes. Has nice pull-up mid-range game and finishes well at the bucket. Strong on court leader. Plays with hunger.

Tim Green II (6’ 7, Forward, Carrollton; 2018)
Long athletic Forward with excellent upside & potential. Good shot blocker, rebounder, and runs floor well. Has nice midrange/face up jumper. Outstanding academic student with 29 ACT and 4.0 GPA. Young for rising Senior (only 16 years old); best ball is definitely ahead of him. Must see prospect for high academic schools.  


Andy Blair (6’ 3, CG, Palm Harbor, FL; 2018)
Impressive guard with good all-around skill set and understanding of the game. Showed the ability to score, create, and defend. Sees the floor well and sets up teammates for open looks.  Aggressive defender with good strength; rebounds well from guard spot. Knocked down the three ball consistently. Has good test scores and is a player that higher academic schools should target.     


Chalin Hippe (6’ 4, Wing, Decatur; 2018)
If you are looking for a breakout guy in Dekalb County this coming season, Chalin might very well be your guy. The long and athletic wing showed good versatility and ability to defend multiple positions. He was very active on the boards and effective in transition. Was comfortable knocking down the mid-range jumper or putting ball on floor and attacking basket. Plays with good energy. 

​Tahkwon King (6’ 1, CG, Jefferson County; 2018)
Standout performer who lit up the scoreboard with his scoring ability. Tahkwon gave opponents fits with his quickness and ability to attack gaps in the defense. He finished on a variety of acrobatic drives; uses his body really well around the rim.  When defenders backed off to prevent penetration, he demonstrated a very capable midrange and three-point shot. All-Region as a Junior; Definite prospect for Coaches to keep tabs on in East Georgia.    

Derek Miller (6’ 7, Forward, Apalachee; 2018)
Forward with long wingspan and good upside potential; was a strong presence in the paint throughout the day. While offensive game is still somewhat raw, he scored on a variety of low post moves, tip-ins, and short face up jumpers. Was one of the camp’s top interior defenders, where he blocked shots and provided good rim protection. Was All-Region selection as a Junior; is really going to thrive as he continues to develop more confidence.    

​Ryan Jenei (6’ 3, SG, Alpharetta; 2018)
Skilled and very fundamentally sound prospect who does a lot of things well. Has a high basketball IQ. He was one of the top three-point shooters in camp. Does a good job finding seams in defense and knocking down long treys. Rebounds well from the guard spot. He is a Top Tier student in the classroom with a 31 ACT score. Attractive target for elite academic institutions. 

Nicholas Clifton (6’ 4, Wing, Screven County; 2018)
Having suffered knee injury and subsequent surgery over the past year; The SEBA Shootout was Nicholas first high level opportunity to compete since receiving full medical clearance. He certainly made the most of the opportunity, as he shined with his play. He has excellent length and spring and plays with good versatility. He showed no effects of the injury while slashing and soaring to the rim for scores. Has the ability to guard multiple positions. Runs floor well. Good upside and has the hunger. Could be one of State’s top 2018 Sleepers.    

Additional Camp Standouts:

2018 Guards

The Camp roster boosted a deep pool of talented 2018 perimeter players who will play at the next level.  In addition to the players listed above, here are some others who also made their mark. Jordan Sterling (6’ 2, CG, Arabia Mountain) is a good looking scoring guard with skill and athleticism. He showed the ability to create shot off the bounce and an excellent pull-up jumper. Defends the ball well and is a good student in the classroom. The Dekalb County standout is an impressive prospect for coaches to take a close look at. Nathan Gauthreaux (6’ 3, SG, Johns Creek) creates his shot well off the dribble getting good separation from defenders. He is a team orientated player, always looking to get others involved. On the defensive end, he has good length and is very active, picking up a fair share of steals. Nathan is an extremely high academic student with a 32 ACT and is a must see for Elite Academic Programs to evaluate. Tre’ Mays (6’ 0, CG, Jenkins) is a compact scoring guard with good quickness. He shot the ball consistently well from beyond the arc. When driving to the rim, he uses his upper body strength to finish strong for scores. He was named 1st Team All-Region and All-Savannah Area a year ago. Zach Gay (6’ 2, SG, Franklin County) is a hard-nosed and skilled guard who impressed with his all-around contributions. Named All-Region as a Junior, he was in “hustle” mode throughout the day, knocking down shots, dishing assists, and doing many of the little things that don’t show up in stat book. Higher academic schools need to give him a close look with his 3.6 GPA and 24 ACT. D’won Smith (5’ 8, PG, Clarke Central) is big scorer in a small package. Named All-Region last season as a Junior, D’won showed the ability to really shoot the ball from three point land and light up the scoreboard.  Will Richter(6’ 4, CG, Johnson) is an nice guard prospect with good size. He does a great job creating scoring opportunities off the dribble and plays with good energy. Will also played aggressive defense on ball and picked up several steals and deflections. Iram Spann (6’ 3, SG, Druid Hills) is a knock down shooter with dual ability to score at the rim. Sees floor well and dished out several nice assists to teammates. Gage Henry (5’ 8, PG, Dade County) is a fun player to watch. He has excellent court vision and is a fine distributor. Plays scrappy and hard-nosed defense and isn’t afraid to get on the floor for loose balls. Has solid outside stroke. Recorded four “triple doubles” last year while being named 1st Team All-Region. Stone Champion (6’ 4, SG, Creekside Christian Academy) attracted the interest of several College Coaches in attendance. Coming off Junior season where he averaged 24 ppg, Stone was automatic from three point land when spotting up. He uses size well when driving lane and moves well without ball. Dustin Ladson (6’ 3, CG, Hillgrove) is an athletic guard prospect with good frame. He attacks the rim well and thrives in the open court. Has good lift and is aggressive defender. Could be a one of Cobb County’s biggest sleepers this coming season. Ashton Burley (6’ 1, PG, Cass) was one of the top pure point guards in camp. An excellent distributor, Ashton does a great job running his team, drawing defenders in and hitting open teammates for open looks. He is a four year Varsity standout and was named 1st Team All-Region last season.  Troy “TJ” Cagle (6’ 0, CG, Mt. Zion – Carroll) is a knockdown three point shooter with a quick release and deep range. He uses change of pace moves very well and can create off the dribble. 
Courtney Brooks delivered an inspiration filled talk to the Camp.
Zach Ledbetter (5’ 11, CG, Bowdon) caught positive attention from evaluators with his playmaking abilities. He has a tight handle, nice three point stroke, and laser court vision. Look for him to build upon successful Junior campaign where he averaged 14 ppg. Darius Johnson (5’ 7, PG, Hiram) is a energetic and physically strong lead guard with good quickness. He can knock down the trey and attack gaps on drives to the rim. Tough full-court defender on ball; standout student with 3.8 GPA and 25 ACT. Gray Purkey (6’ 2, SG, MLK Magnet, TN) is a lights out shooter who had a good showing. The Nashville prospect has a smooth stroke, is smart on the court, and stretches the defense. A high academic prospect (25 ACT), he also defends with good energy. Reggie Horton (5’ 10, PG, Dacula) is an athletic guard who likes to attack the rim and uses his body well to score. He is one of several impressive prospects in a loaded collection of talented guards for Coach Russ Triaga’s Dacula squad. A.J. Hassell (5’ 11, PG, Woodville Tompkins) had a good showing throughout the day. The quick floor general from Savannah created well off the bounce and led the fastbreak with precision. Coaches looking for a knockdown shooter need to evaluate Abba Wague (6’ 2, SG, Rabun Gap). The skilled marksman can really shoot the three ball. Whether spotting up or off the dribble, he is a player with deep range. He should pass 1,000 career point mark early in Senior season. Devin Sheats (6’ 3, CG, Monroe Area) is a strong and physical guard with a well-balanced floor game. He uses his body well when driving to hoop and is a solid three point threat. He rebounds really well for a guard and is a good positional defender. First rate student in classroom with 4.2 GPA and 1190 SAT. Gabe Armstead (6’ 3, SG, Kennesaw Mountain) is another attractive prospect out of the Kennesaw Mountain program. Gabe is a multi-faceted perimeter threat with good athleticism. He is a good slasher, creates his shot well, and is dangerous on the fast break. Raphael Rogers (6’ 2, SG, Hiram) is a wing guard who earned good reviews with his athletic and energetic play. He is a good finisher and uses leaping ability to make plays at the rim. Also demonstrated a good outside stroke. showed Markeevius Byrd (6’ 1, PG, Metter) is a nice guard prospect. He has good slashing ability, a dead-eye pull up, and strong offensive skill set. He was named 1st Team All-Region as a Junior and scored a 1130 on the SAT. Micah McCuen (6’ 3, SG, Sprayberry) is quickly making a name for himself with his eye opening play. After missing his Junior season due to eligibility issues, the Cobb County product had a good showing during the July Live period and has carried the momentum into the Fall. He is a strong and physical guard who can score the basketball at all three levels. He has a knack for hitting big shots in key situations. An aggressive defender, Micah is very active in picking up steals and forcing turnovers.            

2019 & 2020 Guards

Kendall Latney (6’ 2, PG, Mill Creek; 2020) is a young athletic guard with a very bright future. The 2020 standout put his talent on display, knocking down treys, leading the break, and converting tough acrobatic drives. He has excellent speed and leaping ability. With continued progression, Kendall has a chance to be an elite Georgia prospect in his class. Talique Williams (5’ 9, PG, Harris County; 2020) is an impressive young lead guard with ability to break down defense with excellent quickness and driving ability. He does a good job drawing defenders and kicking to open teammates, while also creating scoring opportunities for himself. Was named Georgia “Freshman of Year” last season in Class AAAAA while carrying a 4.1 GPA in classroom. Isaiah Glasper (6’ 3, SG, Monroe Area) is an intriguing guard prospect with good length. He has a solid perimeter skill set, athleticism, and defends the ball well. Also a football standout, he earned respect by suiting up for a late Friday night game on the gridiron and then putting in a full day of hard work during camp on Saturday. Deante Green (5’ 8, PG, Woodville Tompkins; 2019) is a sparkplug guard out of Savannah to watch. He showed ability to consistently finish at the basket and create jumper off the dribble. He played excellent defense and had multiple steals which led to buckets.  Carter Oesterling (6’ 2, CG, Westminster, 2019) is a strong point guard who can lead an offense. He was consistent on his shot and finished well when driving into the paint. Duluth High School has a deep and talented collection of Senior talent on their roster; however, Junior Jordan Blue (6’ 2, G, Duluth, 2019) is also ready to make his mark for the Wildcats. The rising prospect is certainly one to keep an eye on as he impressed with his ability to penetrate and score at the rim as well as to finish in transition. Kalik Brooks (6’ 3, CG, Alpharetta; 2019) is a multi-threat combo guard that is hard to defend. He was effective off penetration and when knocking down jumpers. He creates well for teammates and plays with poise.

2018 & 2019 Wings

At the Wing position, Derrick Harden (6’8, Mt. Zion; 2019) is a prospect with huge upside. He handles the ball well and has great length. Is comfortable initiating the fast break and creating for others. Is at his best when attacking the rim. While far form a finished product, the potential is there for him to be Major Division I prospect. Jamal “JP” McGhee (6’ 4, Wing, Milton; 2018) is an athletic forward that caught the attention of multiple coaches and scouts with his intensity. He has a big motor, good leaping ability, and is an aggressive defender and rebounder. He is the type of player whose on-court efforts sets the tone for his teammates. Dade County had several players in attendance who impressed and Jonathan Wood (6’ 4, Dade County; 2018) was certainly one of them. He has good strength, inside-out scoring ability and crashes boards for rebounds. He exhibited good range on his shot and plays smart. Vance Anderson (6’ 3, Paulding County; 2018) is a strong bodied wing with a nice outside stroke. Knocked down the three ball consistently. Has ability to effectively defend multiple positions and is a good rebounder from guard spot. Tay Howard (6’ 4, CG, East Jackson) is a rising guard prospect with nice potential. On defense, His length allows him to get a lot of deflections and help create turnovers. On the offensive side, he plays with good control; knocking down jumpers and creating off the drive. Chandler Davenport (6’ 4, Wing, Jeff Davis; 2018) is a player who makes good contribution in numerous areas. He is a solid three point shooter, passes the ball well for a wing, and brings a lot of intangibles that help his team win. That along with his strong academic resume makes him a player worthy of looks. Preston Crisp (6’ 4, Wing, Woodville Tompkins; 2019) was yet another prospect from Savannah’s Woodville Tompkins High School who had an impressive showing. He has good length and uses his body well to create pull up jumpers. He runs the lane well on the fast break and scored consistently in transition. On defense, his length was an asset and caused problems for smaller guards.                

Firat Ceylan (6’ 7, Rabun Gap; 2019) is a powerful force in the low post. A native of Turkey, Firat uses superior strength to power thru contact for buckets. He seems to welcome chance to bang inside. Has solid footwork and good hands. One of the top rebounders in camp. An overall nice prospect for coaches to keep close tabs on. Thomas O’Neil (6’ 10, Richmond Hill; 2018) is an intimidating physical presence at 6’ 10 and 250 lbs. At this point in his development, he is farther advanced as a defensive player. He did a good job providing rim protection, contesting/blocking shots, and pulling rebounds. On offensive end, had several solid finishes in the paint and showed good work ethic during skill stations. As he continues to develop, Thomas will make a nice addition for a school at next level. Nicholas Wilson (6’ 6, McKeel Academy, FL; 2018) is a long forward with a versatile skill set. He scored in the paint on variety of crafty post moves as well as beyond the arc, knocking down several three pointers. He has good instincts on defense, where he deflected and blocked a good share of shot attempts. His 3.6 GPA and 1140 SAT make him an intriguing prospect for higher academic schools. Julian Baldwin (6’ 7, Etowah; 2018) is a forward with much upside. He is an impact guy in the paint; but also has the ability to step out on the perimeter and knock down shots. Played with good energy and was active on the boards. Will be key contributor for talented Etowah team. Quamontae Monfort (6’ 6, Clarke Central; 2018) is a solid inside presence and frontcourt prospect. Crashes the boards hard and is active defensively. Is a capable outside shooter. Has potential to average a double-double this coming season in Athens. Dylan Bohling (6’ 7, Forward, 2018) is a hard working prospect who has improved dramatically over the past year. While far from a finished product, he is a long and active player who is getting better weekly. Carrying an A+ average in the classroom, he is a prospect whose best ball is ahead of him. Corey Thomas (6’ 6, Forward, Marietta; 2018) is a sleeper prospect out of Cobb County who caught some attention from coaches. He has good bounce, is a capable finisher above the rim, and is active on the boards. Elijah Goodman (6’ 8, Monroe Area; 2018) is a long forward who shows flashes of play that match his high potential. He was a solid contributor on both ends of the floor and is comfortable playing on the perimeter. He has a good knack for offensive put backs and has defensive versatility. Combined with teammates Devin Sheats and Isaiah Glasper (mentioned above), Monroe Area is a team to watch in Class AAA. Tymon Szymanski (6’ 7, Forward, Rabun Gap; 2021) was one of the youngest players in the event; however that did not stop him from making a very favorable impression on many of the coaches in attendance. Just a freshman, he has great size and feel for the game. He is comfortable on the block and out on the perimeter, where he exhibited a good looking shot. With continued development, Tymon has a great chance to be a heavily sought after prospect at the Division I level.

Honorable Mention Players

(Listed in no particular order)

Class of  2018: Trent Gibson (Appling County); Xavier Clark (East Jackson); Andrew Grier (Harris County); Alexander Ouellette (Cumberland Christian); Jatarvus Mann (Harris County); Warner Peaks (Wesleyan); Myles Mobley (Screven County); Douglas Volker (Soddy Daisy, TN); Morgan Bonner (Dade County); Collin Randall (Covenant Christian Academy); Stashun Henson (Cleburne County, AL – Post Grad); Deveon Brewton (Claxton);  Andrew Stimpson (North Atlanta); Lance Smith (Hiram); Orenthial Rhynes (Claxton); Byron Wilson (Dacula); Jaron Washington-Thomas (Clarke Central); Nayari Dampier (North Cobb); Tae Thomas (Jeff Davis); Thumper Blake (Dade County); Darrell Evans (Griffin); Daylan Smith (Duluth); Jason Rudolph (Mt. Zion); Khalil Baker (Hiram)  

Classes of 2019 & 2020: Eric Grier (Mt. Zion, 2020); Joseph Staiti (West Forsyth); Devin Flowers (Carver Columbus, 2019); Jason Maurer (Dunwoody); Julian Lynch (Starr’s Mill, 2019); Anthony Watts (Carver – Columbus, 2019); Craig Scott (Whitefield Academy); Jaylan Troutman (Paideia, 2019); Reginald Lang (Mt. Zion, 2019); Titus Brown (Franklin County, 2020); Terrell Ard (Allatoona, 2019) ; Saigon Kitt (Sprayberry, 2020); Davis Herndon (Riverwood, 2019); Brandon Fletcher (Mill Creek, 2019); Thomas Ross (Gordon Central, 2019);  Jeremiah Sanabria (Allatoona, 2019); Micah Roebuck (Franklin County, 2020); Matthew McDowell (Mill Creek, 2019);  Kendrell Bray (Harris County, 2020); Mantvydas Jasunias (Rabun Gap, 2019); Denereko Camp (Mt. Zion, 2019); Siah Gray (Redan, 2019) ​