#OTRHoopsReport: Peachtree Corners Invitational Notebook – Jan. 25, 2018
Roscoe Eastmond did a good job of running the team and making good decisions for Wheeler (GA). Photo – Ty Freeman
Norcross, Ga. – Many of the top programs in the state of Georgia and around the country competed at the Peachtree Corners Invitational on Saturday. College coaches from around the country stopped through Norcross High School to watch some of the top talent in the state of Georgia and surr0unding areas.
Dalvin White – Norcross (GA) – 2018
White is a lead guard that is extremely quick off the dribble. He plays with good pace and has a terrific burst of speed to go by his defender. He is good at getting deep into the lane and finding an open teammate for an easy drop off pass for a layup. He can also connect on mid-range, pull-up jumpers and shots from behind the arc. White is without question one of the top available guards in the Peach State.
Isaiah Holt – Wheeler (GA) – 2018
Holt was instant offensive Saturday afternoon for Wheeler High School. He also does a good job as a spot up shooter from the mid-range area of the floor as well as from behind the arc. He does a good job of staying within himself on the offensive end and takes advantage of scoring chances without forcing up difficult, contested shots.
Isaiah Holt is stepping up for @WheelerHoops. Producing off the bench once again. Back-to-back and1’s to give Wheeler the lead heading into the 4th.
— SUVtv (@SUVtv) January 21, 2018
Issa Muhammad – Norcross (GA) – 2019
A hard-working power forward that understands what he does well and doesn’t deviate from his strengths. Muhammad makes his mark with his ability to rebound the ball and defend the low post. He has good hands and a college ready body, he scores inside from his post moves, put backs and he showed the ability to knock down the mid-range jumper.
Quinton McElory – McEachern (GA) – 2019
A scoring guard that can also play the point when needed, McElory has the ability to play multiple positions due to his skill set and high basketball IQ. Offensively he does a good job playing without the ball, finding holes in the defense and connecting on jumpers from the mid-range area and out to the three-point stripe. He can also score on slashes to the basket where he can finish at the rim or with the floater over defenders.
Brandon Stone – The Christ School (NC) – 2019
Stone is a skilled big forward that can score inside and out and also causes matchup problems. He has a nice package where he can knock down mid-range jumpers to the arc and drive by less mobile forwards with ease. Look for Stone to pick up more a ton of offers this spring and summer.
Roscoe Eastmond – Wheeler (GA) – 2019
Eastmond is a true leader and good passer who gets this Wheeler team going. In transition, he advances the ball on the pass or dribble. He does a good job of rewarding teammates that run the floor by simply getting them baskets. He scores on mid-range pull ups or shots from behind the three-point stripe.
Shun Williams is the owner of On the Radar Hoops, Inc. The On the Radar Hoops Report is picked up by Division I and II colleges and universities across the country. He serves as a member of the Naismith National High School Board of Selectors and the Atlanta Tip-Off Club. He is the director of the On the Radar Hoops Fall/Spring Showcases, On the Radar Hoops Invitational, Elite 32 Session I & II, Power 24, Atlanta Classic and Super 6 Showcase.
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