OTR Breakout Camp – Standouts Part V (JLH) – August 22, 2022

NORCROSS, Georgia, – The Breakout Camp hosted by On the Radar Hoops featured the top up and coming underclassmen in the state of Georgia and beyond. Here is our fifth edition of Standouts from the event.

By: Jonathan Hemingway

Class of 2025 wing Cash Williams of Lebanon High School (TN) brings size and skill to the court. He showed soft touch on his jumper combined with body control in the lane. His blend of poise and footwork point to a productive future.

Kylan Hill of Laney High School is another promising big man from the camp. The class of 2025 prospect runs the court well and snags rebounds in the lane. Hill is a high energy contributor who give the extra effort on both ends of the court. Hill is a perfect pick and dive option in the half court as he presents a big frame as a screener and runs at full tilt to the rim. His frame is sure to fill out into high major dimensions in upcoming years.

Keep an eye on Ryder Eschbach of Greene County. The class of 2025 point guard might be on the smaller side of size, but his sneaky handles and savviness make him a full-time contributor. He found ways to squirt through converging defenders and make plays at the camp. His polished footwork allows him to pull-up quickly for jump shots or dishes to open teammates.

Chris Park of Walton High School (pictured in main photo) plays the game with a freeness and openness that is fun to watch. Far from being loose or careless with the ball, Park can control the tempo and get to his spots with consistency. The class of 2025 guard proved he can turn the corner with the drive and use ball fakes to get his shot in the lane.

Class of 2025 point guard Jude Ellis of Union County High School is as solid as they come in the back court. He handles the ball with confidence while also providing a little extra burst with the ball in his hands. He projects to be a mainstay contributor for the Panthers this season and beyond.

(1) Jude Ellis (@ellis13jude) / Twitter

Class of 2025 guard Christian McAllister of Fayette County is a prospect on the rise. He is a strong athlete that projects as a solid two-way contributor. His strength at this moment is being able to attack the rim in transition. Defenders have trouble turning him from his downhill drives. Add in what he brings to the defensive end and McAllister is an underclassman that should find his opportunities soon.

(1) Christian McAllister (@christian_mcall) / Twitter

Class of 2025 guard Reynolds Escher of St. Francis High School is another guard who tough to coral in transition. His quickness and burst with the ball can take a defender by surprise. Add in her comfort with attacking with either hand and he has the tools that coaches love to work with.

Houston Henry is another Panther from Union County High School that made his presence known at the Breakout Camp. The 2025 point guard is a confident ball handler who brings a unique combination of court awareness and footwork. What caught our eye is his willingness to keep his eyes up to find open teammates that were cutting to the rim for scores.

111R Class of 2025 guard Jarvis Wright of Charlton County is a well-built perimeter player. He showed his ability to stroke the 3-point shot off the reversal pass. He also uses his body well to back down defenders and score in isolation situations on the block. This type of versatility will serve him well.

123B We like what the future holds for Tamiel Green of Salem High School. The class of 2025 big man has strong hands and provides a presence in the paint. We see more and more big men try to float to the perimeter, but it is valuable when a big kid like Green embraces his role and produces on the low block. That said, Green has ball skill and can pass the ball effectively out of double teams.

(1) Tamiel Green (@green_tamiel) / Twitter

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.