The Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp Class of 2023 gave us a chance to check out some fresh faces and usual suspects. Here’s Part 4 of our top performers.
Future Phenom Camp Class of 2023 Top Performers Part 4
Elliot Cadeau Guard (New Jersey)- Cadeau is like a surgeon when he is operating on the floor. He surveys the situation and usually makes the correct play even a legit dime. He hard to speed up or frustrate when the defense is pressuring him. He has a good feel for the game and plays with a flow. He picked up his scoring ability this time around also. He earned a trip to the AGame All American Game again.
Max Lockett Forward (Massachusetts)- When you think of Max vision a young Eric Montross. He good in the post in getting position and scoring with a soft touch. He also has a nice face up jumper while being very productive running the floor. On defense he was like a wall to driving guards while altering and blocking plenty of shots.
Caleb Crawford Guard (New York)- Crawford played on a team loaded with guards but still found away to contribute. He looked very comfortable in the open court and knocking down outside shots. When his confidence is flowing like this he’s truly a problem to slowdown. His swagger was on during the game we saw.
Tra’shawn Reynolds Guard (New York)- Reynold is an explosive wing guard that has an extra gear that he turns on when attacking the hole. He loves excelling in the open floor but can also be active in the half court set by slashing. Finally, he could become a force on the defensive end if he puts his mind to it.
Devon Johnson Guard (New Jersey)- This powerful guard was a problem out of the Garden State. He’s built like former Ohio State star and NBA player Jim Jackson. On this level he is difficult to contain because he powers past defenders but he’s not a bully baller because he has a good skill set and excellent court vision.
Joel O'brian Forward (New York)- Obrian is an energy player with good size and leaping ability. He looked good as a weak side rebounder and put back man. He was also very active on the glass on both ends of the floor. He’s a player that many coaches would like to have on their roster.