The Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp 5th Grade Division gave us a look at the future. The Baby Ballers put on a show. Here’s our second look at the Top Performers.
Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp 5th Grade Top Performers Part 2
Mason Douglas Guard (Maryland)- Douglas had to be one of the best performers in this class. He showed the total package with a deep-dish crossover, finishing with either hand and crazy court vision. His poise, demeanor and skill level has good potential written all over him.
Warren Keel Guard (Massachusetts)- Keel was a force to be reckoned with. He has a low dribble which helps him carve up defenders and get anywhere he wants on the floor. He also has a scoring punch at the cup and mid-range area.
Christian Ware Guard (Maryland)- Ware is as tough as they come on both ends of the floor. He seems to want the ball when its money time and is willing to pull the rock from anywhere. This type of confidence can take you a long way.
Geremy Clark Guard (Maryland)- When you think of Clark visualize a player that has quickness while being able to stop and pop. His court vision allows him to drop dimes from anywhere on the floor. One of the most skilled players in this class.
Tamarr Washington Guard (Massachusetts)- Here’s another guard with elite quickness, handle, court vision and scoring ability. He can get buckets early and often.
Jordan Skyers Guard (New York)- Skyers is a Mateen Cleaves type guard. Very strong and real effective going strong to the right. He bullied his way to buckets in the half court and in transition. He knows how to avoid shot blockers and score through contact.
Karon Bailey Guard (Maryland)- A true speedster with the pill. Kept pressure on defenders by attacking from different angles. He also used that speed on the defensive end of the floor to cause several issues.
Noah Perry-Lewis Guard (Massachusetts)- He showed he was one of the best shooters in the building for this age group. He had a game where he drained a number of treys from all around the floor.