OTR Breakout Camp – Eye-Opening 2027’s
NORCROSS, GA – The premier Underclassmen camp in Georgia once again welcomed in a sterling group of talented 2026 and 2027 players from the Peach and beyond, as OTR’s Breakout Camp went down Sunday.
Among the freshmen, here were some Eye-Openers from the day:
By: Keith Agran
(photo credit above to Willie Evans)
Kevin Savage | PG | Wheeler (pictured at top)
Terrific young instincts as a lead guard, when I caught him at Battle for GA with Game Elite he was at the top of his game, serious nose for scoring it and employs an advanced array of attacking moves, has both a physical and intellectual edge on the common freshman, Florida St, Arizona St, Ole Miss and most recently Auburn have wisely gotten in early on the offer train.
Zachary Graves | CG | Kell
Was excellent too when I saw him with a stacked 2027 group at the US games the weekend before, followed that up with more of the same at Breakout as he can use his sturdy frame for his age to barrel through contact, soft touch from distance and a quick first step give him options to unleash on the perimeter, has the look of the next star guard for the Longhorns.
Elijah Carnes | SG | Chapel Hill
May have been among the smallest guys in the gym but showed off the most heart, no fear going against bigger guards and was smart with the ball when he penetrated into the trees, one of the better all-around shooters from the day as he had a quick release and good technique from downtown, the coaches at CHHS are excited about this one.
Tre Keith | CG | Tri-Cities
Fits that tough-minded and gritty TCHS mold to a “T”, plays with a confidence that also fits the mold of a Bulldogs program that is consistently a region and state contender, can play either guard spot for you and his knack for scoring at multiple levels makes that versatility his best trait, the young skillset is all there to develop into a Peyton Daniels or Simeon Cottle type.
Karon Plummer | PG | 2028
Among a handful of 8th-graders on hand Plummer showed a lot of the same traits that have made older brother Kameron a big-time emerging name out of Middle GA in the 2025 class, again the PG-instincts and decision-making mirror his brother and as he matures physically we could see him score it with similar variety to Kameron as well.
Keith Agran has lived in Georgia since 2011 and joined OTR as a National Evaluator in 2021. He previously scouted for Prep Hoops dating back to 2019, and also spent 3 years as a sports writer at two newspapers in New Jersey. After a championship-coaching background on the HS-level also in NJ, he accepted the Girl’s Basketball Head Coaching position in May 2022 at Mt Bethel Christian Academy and now balances scouting and coaching still with a keen eye on talent around the region. You can reach him at email@example.com and follow him on Twitter @BracketSage.
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