#OTRHoopsReport: Names to know from the Super 64 Camp -March 13, 2018

Many of the top players in the state of Georgia competed in the Super 64 Camp at Central Gwinnett (GA) – Photo Cred – Ty Freeman 

Duluth, Ga., – The Super64 Camp presented the perfect opportunity for high school aged prospects to get exposure and play against top competition after the high school season. With multiple media sources, college coaches and post-season award selectors on hand to watch. Here are a few players from the event who elevated their status with their play.

Marcus Foster – Drew Charter (GA) – 2019

He is quite potent in transition where he knows how to finish at or above the rim. He plays with great energy and can make plays at both ends of the floor due to his length and quickness. He has the ability to rebound in traffic and lead the fast break and he is quite the gifted passer. He gets nice lift on his jump shot and his range extends out to 3-point line

Jatayveous Watson – Newnan (GA) – 2019

Watson is a long thin power forward that competes and works hard on both ends of the floor. He runs well and get up and down the court at a very good pace. He has a nice touch in tight around the lane and also displayed the ability to step out and hit the open short corner jumper. He has good upside and will be a player in high demand this spring and summer.

Rodney Howard – Centennial (GA) – 2019

Howard is one of the fastest rising prospects in the country. He has literally exploded onto the scene this fall and his stock will continue to rise this spring. He s a physical specimen with a long and athletic build, good muscle tone and definition, and plenty of room left on his frame to add further muscle. He is a good athlete who plays well above the rim and has good mobility for a big man. 

Brenden Tucker – Dacula (GA) – 2019

Tucker is an ultra-athletic scoring guard, He excels in the open court where he can attack the rim utilizing his athletic ability.  He is a very good scorer in the paint area off the dribble and he knows how to use his frame to ward off defenders. He has a very good first step to blow by his opponents where he can finish with a jump shot or floater. Tucker already has several offers, look for him to pick up many more this spring.

Reco Hallmon – Grayson (GA) – 2019

Hallmon has a lot of upside at the wing position. He plays with a lot energy and he is a great competitor at both ends. He excels in transition where he attacks the rim with finishing with a floater or pull up jumper. Hallmon has also shown the ability to make open shots with time and space. Defensively, he is hard-nosed defender who is especially affective at blocking shots in transition.

DJ Wright – Greene County (GA) – 2020

Wright is a scoring machine who can put the ball in the basket in a variety of ways.  He has a knack of creating space to get off his shot from multiple levels. He is a fearless attacker of the paint and puts constant pressure on the defense where he can score if needed or dish off to teammates.

Quincy Ademokoya – Dacula (GA) – 2020

He is one of those prototypical wing-types that can do just about anything on the court. He has a long, lean frame that oozes with potential and a feathery touch out to the three-point stripe. His stroke is smooth and effortless and he doesn’t need a lot of space to get it off, especially off of the catch. He has a versatile game and can even post up smaller defenders and shoot over the top of them.

Ja’Queze Kirby – Jeff Davis (GA) – 2020

Kirby is a face-up 4-man that is a high level athlete that can score around the basket by utilizing his quickness off the floor and strength around the basket. He is also an outstanding offensive rebounder that reloads and explodes off the floor with his second and third jumps faster than his competition. Defensively, he is a dog already the basket, he does a good job of altering and blocking shots.

Christian Jackson – Greenforest (GA) – 2018

A young senior, Jackson plans to reclassify into the 2019 class. At 6-foot-4, He is versatile and can play any perimeter position. He can score in bunches at times with dribble up three’s and mid-range jumpers when he in groove. Jackson is also hungry to get to the rim where he can finish through contact. He can handle the ball and is a good passer when he draws a second defender. He is a good area rebounder on both ends for a guard.

Kerry Willis is a contributor to On the Radar Hoops

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