OTR Super 64 Camp – Standouts – August 29, 2023

LAWRENCEVILLE, Georgia, – The OTR Super 64 is the place for the top prospects in the state of Georgia to show their talents months before the high school season begins. The 2023 edition of the camp was filled with talent as usual. Here is a first look at the talent that caught our attention on Sunday afternoon.

By: Jonathan Hemingway

Jaron Sulsberry – Norcross – 2026

Sulsberry gained attention and recruiting traction over the last six months. This was my first time getting a chance to evaluate the rising sophomore. The 6-foot-5 wing is an explosive athlete and perhaps the best finisher above the rim at the camp. His athleticism will elevate him into the realm of the elite in his class nationally. We will get a good look at how productive he can be this season with the Blue Devils under the direction of coach Jesse McMillan.

Amir Taylor – Grayson – 2025

One of the signs I look for when evaluating players is whether there is development of skills from year to year. For Taylor, he has always been a strong rebounder and interior finisher as an underclassman with the Grayson Rams. Taylor showed a growth in his skill set during this setting. He hit threes from around the arc and showed an expanded ball handling capabilities. The 6-8 forward also flashed some slick passing to cutting teammates as he faced the basket around the arc. Taylor’s game is rounding out nicely and coach Geoffrey Pierce will be able to make his skills a centerpiece in their half-court offense.

Jacob Wilkins – Grayson – 2025

Wilkins will join Taylor in a Rams jersey this year. He is also displaying a skill set that is progressing into a nationally recognizable prospect. His 6-8 frame and athleticism have always earned him interest. However, he showed a varied skill set that will allow him to produce in a range of categories on the court. His crafty footwork and body control in traffic make him a steady scorer in the paint. He also proved to be confident handling the ball in point guard situations. The Rams look to have a versatile prospect to plug into their lineup this season.

Elijah Lewis – Greenforest – 2024

Lewis earned another mention with his showing at the camp. He has been one of the most consistent 2024 guards that we have evaluated in the past nine months. Evaluations at the OTR Thanksgiving Tip-Off Classic, Hoopsgiving, and at several OTR travel ball events have highlighted his talent. Lewis scores the ball at a high clip on often leads his team to wins. His game reminds me of 2014 DeMatha Catholic guard, Corey Henson, who went on to have productive career at Wagner University. He is a combo guard who plays off the ball primarily, running around screens and scoring off the dribble. His confident ball handling and quick pull-up jumper are deadly. Questions about Lewis’ size should be answered with the consistent production in his portfolio.

Daniel Daramola – Greenforest – 2025

Referencing a Shaquille O’Neal quote seems appropriate here, “I owe you an apology, I was not familiar with your game.” I have watched Daramola several times in the past year, but on Sunday afternoon Daramola appeared to be a completely different player from what I remembered. The 6-8 rim-running rebounding forward had turned into a ball handling, scoring-minded wing. He euro-stepped in traffic, took the bump and finished off the move. Then he posted up and splashed a ridiculous fadeaway jumper that looked to be dropped in from another era of basketball. Daramola is one of my top 2025 prospects to come out of this event.

Mason King – North Atlanta – 2025

King gets on the radar with his playmaking at the event. The 5-10 point guard displayed terrific passing skills and the instincts to deliver on target, on time dimes to cutting teammates. He keeps his head up and eyes moving, which made him one of the better distributors at the event.

Wesley Minto – McEachern – 2024

Minto is a senior guard who will suit up for the Indians this winter. He tracks as a versatile playmaker in the back court. We especially appreciated his passing abilities. This coupled with his size, 6-4, and scoring ability puts him on a path to be one of the top unsigned seniors in Cobb County this winter.

Tristen McDonald – St. Francis – 2026

McDonald is one of a few underclassmen who put their imprint on the camp last weekend. The 6-1 guard played with the ball in his hands, as a slasher on the wing, and he also spotted up in the corner as a shooter. His diversity of skills is promising. His aggressiveness set him apart from the crowd, however. He is not afraid to make things happen and he has the skills to convert.

 Max McNeill – Pebblebrook – 2025

McNeil gained attention from several evaluators on Sunday. He was one of the top playmakers in the building and he flashed all his skills during game play. He is an expert ball handler, and he can create shots for himself or others in space. He can make it look easy in moments. He plays the game with a freedom that can only be pulled off by players with supreme confidence. He is polished with either hand as a handler or passer, which makes it difficult for defenders to defend. Expect McNeill to be a focal point in coach George Washington’s offense this season.

Mataj Glover – Hebron Christian Academy – 2024

Glover carved out a role for himself at the camp. He played a combo guard role blending ball handling with scoring ability. He presents good size to play either guard spot at this level and he has the athleticism to compete with anyone that he lines up against. He is a willing passer in transition, and we got a glimpse of his release on his jumper, which is compact and consistent. Glover should gain attention during his senior season at HCA in Dacula.

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.