#OTRHoopsReport – Breakout Camp Standouts PART III – August 24, 2019
POWDER SPRINGS, Georgia – Over 180 basketball prospects from the classes of 2022 and 2023 showed up to the On the Radar Hoops Breakout Camp at McEachern High School last weekend. Media members from across the nation were in attendance for the camp. This was an ideal situation for up and coming players to show their skills. Below is PART III of our Standout list from Saturday’s camp.
Article written by Jonathan Hemingway
Quante Berry – Bradley Central HS (Chattanooga, Tennessee) – 2023
Berry has an array of skills that will immediately make him a prospect of interest in the Chattanooga area. The 6-foot-5 wing has the athleticism and length to affect the game in many ways. At the Breakout Camp he was able to slash past defenders for easy buckets. He also showed the versatility of being able to post up on the block and hit the open 3-point jumper. With so many ways to score the basketball, Berry should be a major recruiting target for college coaches.
— Ballislife.com (@Ballislife) August 24, 2019
Robert Dillingham – Combine Academy, (Lincolnton, North Carolina) – 2023
Dillingham has a chance to be one of the Southeast’s top point guards in years to come. The 5-11 prospect is slick with the ball in his hands. He slips between defenders in ball screen situations. He has terrific vision to find the open player when the help defense rotates to his penetration. He is an equal threat to score with the jumper from beyond the arc. His skill blended with his creative basketball mind put him at the top of this camp.
BJ Edwards projects as a high major player.
He has a good mix of getting buckets and distributing the ball.
Edwards has all the physical capabilities to blossom into a good defender as well
— Shun Williams (@OntheRadarHoops) August 21, 2019
BJ Edwards – Knoxville Catholic HS, (Knoxville, Tennessee) – 2022
Edwards was one of several standout players from the Volunteer State. He is a wing with size and very good athleticism. His mobility and feel for the game set him apart from others during game play. He handles the ball like a lead guard but is equally as effective at asserting himself as a scorer in the paint. Edwards has already asserted himself as one of the top underclassmen in East Tennessee. We expect his reputation to extend all throughout the Southeast very soon.
Cooper Josefsberg – Miami Palmetto HS, (Miami, Florida) – 2023
Josefsberg was one of the top shooters at the camp. He is a consistent from beyond the arc. His quick release and ability to find space for his shot make him an asset. He also showed effective ball skill to compliment his shooting abilities. His willingness to find teammates with the pass make him a solid all-around prospect.
A player to watch for is '23 Ayden Nadler (@bcn101) as he continues to build on his game. His court IQ along with his ability to score in clusters from the perimeter makes him a silent threat. @MVABasketball pic.twitter.com/HGRqnAZCCI
— Shun Williams (@OntheRadarHoops) August 17, 2019
Ayden Nadler – Montverde Academy, (Montverde, Florida) – 2023
Nadler was another talented player from the Sunshine State who stood above the rest. The 6-foot guard showed his spot-up shooting skills as a specialty. He also has very good instincts on the court in addition to his shooting ability. If Nadler grows and physically matures, we expect to see more of Nadler in upcoming years.
Jonathan Hemingway is a National Evaluator for the OTRHoopsReport. Hemingway serves on the Board of Selectors for the Naismith Trophy. He is also the publisher of CoachHemi.com. He has been involved in the community since 1996 as a coach, camp director and evaluator. You can reach him via email at JonathanHemingway@PeachStateBasketball.com and follow him on twitter @JLHemingwayPSB