Monday, September 5, 2016

Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp Class Of 2023 Top Performers Part 1

Elijah Fisher (Canada)

The Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp is in the books. The top talent in the country brought their game to District Heights, MD and we have tons of coverage to release. The Class of 2023 had talent for all around the country and even a little international flavor. Here’s Part 1 of our report. 

Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp Class of 2023 Top Performers Part 1 

Elijah Fisher Forward (Canada)- It looks like our northern neighbors have another stud come down the pipeline. Fisher showed total dominance during the Middle School All American Game and the Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp. He displayed the total package and at times seemed to be playing at a different level then his counterparts. He can score, rebound and defend at an elite level. He led his team to the finals of the camp while taking home MVP honors. He has a good chance of finishing #1 in our national rankings.

Samartine Bogues Guard (Maryland)- It might be time to toss the “Fat Man” moniker because Bogues has dropped the baby fat and chiseled up. His improved frame gave fits to the competition. The southpaw exploded up and down the floor scoring buckets and dropping dimes. Defenders seemed to be at his mercy while back peddling or trying to keep him in front. During the Top 20 game he blistered the defense with big time drives and strong finishes at the cup. He finished as one of the Top 5 players at the camp.
Sebastian Robinson Guard (New Jersey)- Robinson brought his polished style to the show and raised his stock. He plays the game and operates at his own commanding pace. Defenses I have hard time trying to rattle or speed up this Garden State product. When Robinson is feeling it in terms of scoring he can heat up and give out quick buckets. But I think he’s even more effective as a play maker when he’s also setting up scoring opportunities for teammates. He finished as one of the Top 5 players in the camp.
Jeremiah Dorsey Guard (New York)- Offensively Dorsey brings a lot of different things to the table. He can play either guard position while getting buckets by slashing or scoring from the perimeter. He shows good vision when seeing the floor while also picking his attacking spots well. He’s another nice guard from the NYC Gauchos.
Elliot Cadeau Guard (New Jersey)- Cadeau was a total showman with supreme confidence when he has the rock. He can score from anywhere but really caught my eye when he made it his business to see up teammates especially in the All Star Game. He went out of his way to make sure his teammates were fed the rock. I know this is just the beginning of this kid appearing on our website.
Anthony Valentine Guard (Maryland)- Valentine is a guard with good size and a slick handle. He has a mean double crossover that will make many defenders vanish. Once he gets rid of defenders he was capable of hitting the floater or finishing at the cup. He seems to love the stage and that’s where he performs is best. 

Wesley Yates Guard (Texas)- Yates is totally wired to score. He gets it done from deep or after finishing things off at the cup. Some players have that natural feel to score the rock and this seems definitely up his alley.