Saturday, September 9, 2017

Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp 7th Grade Top Performers Part 2

Sebastian Robinson

The Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp Class of 2023 displayed some of the top players in America. Here’s the second look at our top performers. 

Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp 7th Grade Top Performers Part 2 

Sebastian Robinson Guard (New Jersey)- It was another stellar showing for the Garden State golden child. Robinson has command of the guard position beyond his years. He picks his spots with precision and finishes with anyone in the country. I like how his jump shot is looking and his take over the game ability. His play also led his team to the camp championship. It’s always a pleasure to watch this kid perform.

Dominque Wyatt Guard (Delaware)- If you saw the recent 30 for 30 on the Baltimore Boys you had to love Mugsy Bogues and this kid reminded me of him. The pint size point guard whizzed his way through the defense with confidence and set up teammates or pulled up in the mid-range area. No matter the competition Wyatt was in attack mode and looked natural doing it. Now he has some national buzz going on but keep working big fella.
RJ Neysmith Guard (New York)- This kid was an absolute scoring machine when attacking the hole. He sprang into action especially in the transition because he packs a unique combination of quickness and speed. He seemed to really thrive in the camp setting and hopefully we can see him rock this season with his AAU team. A clerical error was the only reason he didn’t appear in the AGame All-American Game.
Elliot Cadeau Guard (New Jersey)- Cadeau cracked the Top 10 this year and he earned every bit of it. He’s a dynamic set up guy when he has the rock in his hands. He even some flash when pushing the pill in fast break situations. Elliot has a size advantage on this level and knows how to cash in on it. I like the way his game is developing and look forward to seeing him this season.
Malik Olafioye Guard (Michigan)- The Michigan product came to Maryland and represented the Midwest to the fullest. He’s very aggressive offensively from all three levels while possessing a mean ratchet as one of his main weapons. Scoring seems to be a natural instinct for Olafioye and he proved it against some of the best competition in America. He was a finalist in the 3 point shooting and free throw competition.
Toby Ojukwo Guard (New Jersey)- Toby might have been the most intense guard in this event. He controlled the rock from the scoring aspect as well as setting up teammates. When get got into the lane he finished with acrobatic moves or dropped a couple of dimes. He packed a scoring mentality but I think he could be a pass first point guard type. On defense, he was a total menace and ball hawk. Causing turnovers up and down the floor.
Cian Medley Guard (New Jersey)- Medley is a floor general that plays the game with his own tempo. He has a strong bullying style that helps him get anywhere floor. He’s difficult to speed up or force into turnovers. His game is aggressive enough to translate good to the next level. This kid is just getting started but we have him on our radar.