OTR Breakout Camp – Standouts Part II (JLH) – August 17, 2022

NORCROSS, Georgia, – The Breakout Camp hosted by On the Radar Hoops has been an annual stop for emerging stars around the southeast to show off their skills. The 2022 edition is no different. Here is a second look back at the names who made an impression on Saturday afternoon.

By: Jonathan Hemingway

Kameron Plummer established himself as a reliable shooter at the camp. His high release and consistent follow through earned him status as one of the top 2025 long range marksmen at the camp.

Class of 2025 forward Amir Taylor continues his upward trajectory as a notable up and comer in the Metro Atlanta area. He is a versatile prospect who can affect the game inside and out. He showed range in hitting the trail 3-pointer. He is also effective at battling on the glass and snagging rebounds. He will suit up for Grayson High School this season.

Brendan Tousignaut of Sequoyah High School emerged as a reliable producer in this camp. The 2025 wing-forward brings size and mobility on the offensive end. He proved that he could score in traffic with soft touch. He also can score off the move, which make him a tough cover for many defenders.

Class of 2026 guard Tre Winters of Adairsville High School got onto our watch-list following this camp. He is a tough guard who is not afraid to mix it up with his penetration skills. He can take the bump and finish in traffic. His mentality and physicality should earn him attention in the future.

Class of 2025 guard Alex Young is another noteworthy guard from the event. He brings size and skill to the backcourt. While Young has been mentioned for his shooting in previous evaluations, he showed off his off the dribble skills in this session. He has superb footwork when he moves into traffic. He showed an effortless spin move to finish around lunging defenders in the lane.


Pebblebrook sophomore Cameron Smith had a terrific day at the camp. The left-handed guard has a game reminiscent Michigan Fab Five lead guard Jalen Rose. He uses a variety of hesitation moves, pull-up jumpers, and timely passes to make plays. Smith has a long way to go in his development before this comparison can be made 100% accurate, but his style sure does resemble Rose’s game at this moment.

Kota Suttle Jr. surfaced as one of the top 2026 prospects at the camp. He is an incoming freshman at Wheeler High School who has a wealth of offensive skills. He showed consistent range on his jumper. The lanky framed guard also has a plethora of athleticism to compliment his skills. He showed the ability to elevate and hang in the air to finish in the lane.

Kayden Allen from Grayson High School is another 2026 prospect who stood out during game play. He is a point guard who is a natural tempo pusher. He keeps his eyes up to pass and he does a good job of finding open teammates at the right moment. Allen proved he could score the ball as well. His body control in the lane combined with his perimeter footwork compliment his soft touch on his jumper.

Keep an eye on the development of Cam Dover from Woodward Academy. He is a 2025 forward with length and versatility. He showed the timing to be an effective offensive rebounder. At the same time, the lefty can pop out to the perimeter to knock down jumpers when his defender rotates to help on interior drives.

Although one of the smaller prospects at the camp, Jahkiel Mahon proved that he could hang with the best in the building. The freshman at Shiloh showed his quick trigger in transition hitting a couple of threes before the defense could recover. When the defense did try to close too long on him, Mahon is effective at attacking the rim with either hand.

Jonathan Hemingway has been a National Evaluator for On the Radar Hoops since 2013. He has been involved in the basketball community since 1995 as a coach, camp director and evaluator. You can reach him at JLHemingway@gmail.com and follow him on twitter @JL_Hemingway.