On the Radar’s Freshman Academy Standouts (Part 2)
Sugar Hill, GA – On the Radar hosted the Freshman Academy camp on Sunday, October 8th at Lanier High School. With over 100+ prospects from the class of 2027, our team of scouts were able to check-out who will be some of the best up and coming prospects to begin their high school careers in Georgia and around the southeast.
By: Jennifer Brazelton
2027 | Jaquavion Gilmore | Bible Baptist Christian School
The 6’7″ forward out of Bible Baptist Christian School in south Georgia made his presence known on Sunday. Gilmore is an active and aggressive big that fills up the stat sheet in a variety of ways on the court. Had several big time blocks, steals, and dunks during his outing and showed he’s got a high scoring percentage 15′ in of the basket. Gilmore’s length and high release make his shot hard to disrupt and his versatility paired with his athleticism make him a strong prospect in his class.
2027 | Micah Goodlow | Alexander
Micah Goodlow has been making waves this AAU season and continued to do so at the Freshman Academy on Sunday. Goodlow is a pass first point guard, but did well reading the defense to find his own shot from time to time. Goodlow is able to read what his teammates are doing and has a good understanding to anticipate the pass from a lob or entry into the post. Goodlow shot it well from deep and could create his own shots inside the arc.
2027 | Peter Julius | Solid Rock
The 6’8″ forward was a man among boys on Sunday at the Freshman Academy. Peter Julius already has many of the intangibles for the game, and with his superior hand-eye coordination and footwork inside the paint, was able to put on a clinic in the interior. Julius is aggressive on the boards and fighting for rebounds, making quick moves around the paint and at the rim to finish the play. Julius has great leaping ability and pair with his timing was able to get some nice deflections and made his presence felt inside. Julius has the ability to be a strong D1 player with continued development and muscle growth.
2027 | Tre Keith | Tri-Cities
Tri-Cities is going to be a scary team this season based on current players and solid standouts from On the Radar’s Freshman Academy players like Tre Keith. Keith is a quick and confident lead guard that makes a lot of noise in the backcourt with his play. Keith reads the court well on both ends and does a phenomenal job getting his teammates involved. Keith stays engaged and paired with his high IQ and experience, will be able to make an immediate impact this season for Tri-Cities.
2027 | Braydon Langston | East Hall High School
The 6’5″ wing, Braydon Langston, has made a name for himself this summer and continued to gain interest from scouts on Sunday at On the Radar’s Freshman Academy. Langston has great size and wingspan, and combined with his skillset, makes him a very intriguing prospect. Langston is a three-way scorer; creating shots from outside the arc, attacking down hill, and finishing well above the rim. Langston is quick for his size and has a high motor that allows him to finish well in transition. Langston will be a player to keep an eye on during his high school career as his game continues to develop.
After serving on college coaching staffs and working at several universities in the Southeast, Jennifer Brazelton joined On the Radar Hoops as a National Evaluator in April 2022. She has been involved in the Georgia basketball community since 2015 and can be reached at JenniferRBrazelton@gmail.com or on Twitter @jenbrazeIton.