Knasir "Dug" McDaniel
Point guards. They are the quarterbacks on the basketball court, handling the ball, dishing it off, and they are frequently relied on to make the smart decisions. Not to discount other positions–each one has its own importance–but the point guard is arguably the most significant player on the floor. At the upcoming Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp all the nation’s top players at this position will be in the building; the National Battle for the at this position likely will directly affect the national board hierarchy.
This undoubtedly will be one of the most intense position battles of the camp and in the country in the class of 2022. Without further ado, please meet the Spotlights confirmed camp attendees:
Knasir “Dug” McDaniel (DC) – No one in the country is quicker with the ball baseline to baseline. A true pass first PG who can score with the best out there when required. Uncontainable in space, doesn’t get trapped and never gives up the dribble. Tough as nails with big time national experience there is nothing he hasn’t seen, fearless competitor that can hurt you in many ways. Range extends beyond the 3-point line and has a devastating mid-range package especially in the paint.
Josiah Johnson (CA) – West Coast super star with an east coast game; one would never guess he is from California. Constantly in attack mode he is the consummate leader – he put pressure on his teammates to compete at a high level, coach on the floor and devastates his opponents with his scoring prowess. Creates space with great finishing ability coupled with big time range on his jump shot, which is a actually a jump shot at this stage. Another mechanically strong shooter who has a great core and gets to the spots he wants to on the floor. Super tough mentally, physically, and with his skill set plays hard every possession.
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