Conrad Chambers (Team Scan)
The afternoon session of the AGame Super Shootout also had some top players. Here’s a breakdown of the talent that was present in Pottstown, PA. Here’s part 3 of Day 1 report.
Top Performers Part 3
Conrad Chambers Guard (Team Scan)- This was Chambers first trip home since joining Team Scan and he appeared to be a little anxious. As a playmaker he looked okay in terms of handling the rock and throwing passes. But when it came to finishing off plays he came up a little short at times in his first outing. In his second game he performed a lot better.
Cheddi Mosley Guard (Team Scan)- This was my first look at Mosley this season and I like some of his attributes. He has good size for the guard spot and can stroke the rock. Today he showed the ability to drive and let the game come to him. He should be a good one in high school.
Shavar Newkirk Guard (Team Scan)- Newkirk did his usual job of running the team but he probably finished as one of the top rebounders on his squad. Shavar has improved his strength and definitely plays bigger than his size. A true point guard is a rare breed but Newkirk is one.
Kevin Seymour Guard (Team Scan)- Seymour showed some flashes of brilliance getting out on the break and converting buckets. He looks good as a slasher and has improved his on the ball defense. He also isn’t afraid to stick his head inside for a carom.
Austin Tilghman Guard (Flash Basketball)- Austin made an appearance with the Delaware squad and had a good impact. He got to the tin at will and spent most of the game at the charity stripe. Austin reminds me of former Ohio State star and NBA player Jim Jackson. He has a good frame and great body control.
Horace Spencer Forward (Montgomery County)- Spencer was a shot blocking machine while throwing everything in sight. On the offensive end was a different story I think he should be touching the rock a little more. He has to demand the pill and his teammates much understand how valuable he is on the floor.