#OTRHoopsReport: Next up at Super 64 Camp -Sept 24, 2018

Seth Hubbard of St. Francis (GA) was one of many talented underclassmen at Super 64 Camp. Photo – Ty Freeman.

Marietta, Ga . – Some of the best players around the state of Georgia and surrounding states squared off against one another at the Super 64 Camp. A number of the top available players and multiple up and coming underclassmen worked in skill stations before competing in game play.

Javen Smith – guard – Redan (GA) – 2021

He can score in a variety of ways from bouncing up to knock down three pointers off the dribble or driving to the basket and making floaters. He is in control of the game when the ball is in his hands. In the half court setting he can create for himself with a quick first step, blow by his defender and usually beat the help defense to the basket. From his penetration he does a good job at reading the help and dumping off to an open teammate under the basket.

CJ Williams – guard – Deland (FL) – 2021

Williams is a true point guard that knows when to take over the game from a scoring standpoint. He has a good sense of what needs to be done at important times of the game. He is good reading the options of the on ball screen and making sound decisions. Williams controls the game and can create opportunities with his passing, probing the defense looking to take full advantage of mistakes.

TJ Grant – guard – Veterans (GA) – 2022

He is a long and skilled wing. He is very talented offensively. Grant is special because of his size and skill. He has all the tools offensively; he can put the ball on the floor effectively to create a shot or get to the rim, he can shoot the ball accurately with range and with his size he can create match-up problems on the perimeter.

Seth Hubbard – guard – St. Francis (GA) – 2022

He sprints the wing in transition and is a threat to get to the rim or knock down the spot up three. Hubbard is a good ball handler and decent passer that can drive or slash to the basket both ways.Hubbard has a nice stroke at the free throw line can shoot the three off the catch when he receives a pass created by penetration on his side off the floor.

Chris Youngblood – guard – East Coweta (GA) – 2020

He has a terrific frame with long arms and overall great length that should fill out nicely in the years to come. He is a high-level athlete who finishes strong in transition and he has a knack for slashing his way to the rim. Off the dribble he can convert the half spin jump shot in the lane or stick the fade away if needed. He can also rebound and lead the fast break when needed.

Kaleb Mack – guard – Legacy Charter (SC) – 2020

Mack is an athletic guard that pushes the ball on the break where he is a good open court and lob passer. He has an excellent handle that he uses to get teammates the ball in mostly drive, draw and kick situations. He can really score very as well. He has a nice mid-range game that includes an excellent pull up and spin move in the lane.

Quincy Canty – forward – Cedar Shoals (GA) – 2020

Canty has a very big body and uses his size to make an impact on both ends of the floor. He can space the floor by pulling opposing bigs away from the bucket, utilizing his ability to hit jumpers from the wing and from sometimes 3-point range.He also does a good job of rebounding the ball on both ends of the floor, starting breaks with a defensive rebound, then carving out position for an offensive rebound and put-back.

Danny Stubbs – guard – Pebblebook (GA) – 2021

Stubbs is a strong for his size and athletic point guard that competes on both ends of the floor. He has a good motor and plays the game with great urgency and pace. He pushes the ball on the break and has good breakaway speed with the ball and breaks pressure with his ability to change speeds and directions on a dime

Willie Evans is a contributor to On the Radar Hoops

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