#OTRHoopsReport: Super 6 Showcase Session I Notebook – July 25, 2018

Wendell Moore shined at the Super 6 Showcase Session I. 

Atlanta, Ga– On the first official day of the travel season’s second evaluation period, eager prospects from all over the globe took center stage to showcase their skillsets to collegiate coaches. The On the Radar Hoops Super 6 Showcase Session I Tournament is one of the premier NCAA Live Period events in the southern region. Here’s a look at a couple of the more impressive players from day one. 

2020 guard Jaden Springer – B Maze Elite (TN)

The 2020 guard Jaden Springer had a great outing this past weekend with B Maze Elite (TN) at the Super 6 Showcase. The 6’4 combo guard impacts his team on both ends of the floor with his stellar play at the two-guard position. Jaden is a pure scorer and can score the ball at all levels on offense. Besides his scoring abilities, he can also be a great passer and create plays by finding his open teammates. He is also a very good defender once he is locked in. With his size at the guard spot and just how he plays the game on both ends shows some shade of NBA all star Jimmy Butler.

2020 guard Dwon Odom – Atlanta Celtics

Dwon Odom is one of Georgia’s best prospects regardless of class. After playing up in the 17U division at the Super 6 Showcase, he was very impressive. The main thing that stood out about Mr. Odom when he is on the floor is his elite athleticism. He is a dynamic point guard who’s looking to make the right play on every possession. He is a drive first point guard but can find the open man on the perimeter if he is unable to get to the basket. Dwon was also great in transition when his team forced a turnover against their opponent.

2019 forward Wendell Moore – Team CP3 (NC)

The 6’6 forward/wing Wendell Moore and his CP3 squad stopped by the Super 6 Showcase in Atlanta last week before heading off to Las Vegas to play a couple showcase games. Moore is one of the top scorers in the class of 2019. He is a poised and calm type of scorer, comparisons to Kawhi Leonard on the offensive end. He can hit his perimeter jumpers, mid range jumpers, and also take his man off the dribble. Wendell, at his size, can also put his defender in the post and either score over him or draw contact. He also has long arms, so that certainly helps him effect passing lanes when he is on defense.

2019-point guard Fred Cleveland – Team RWA (IL)

Talk about a kid who did not have any buzz coming into Atlanta this past weekend. Fred Cleveland sits about 5’7, but in my opinion was one of the most exciting prospects to evaluate at the Super 6. Fred might lack size, but he is a shifty point guard who can actually score the ball. His shifty ball handling skills kept his defenders on their toes due to the fact he was bound to make a play. He was able to penetrate and get inside the paint and either score or kick it out for a three ball. His layup package and ability to create his own shot did not go unnoticed either. Cleveland, if unable to blow by his defender, was able to stop and pop for a mid range jump shot all weekend long.

Samad Hines is a contributor to On the Radar Hoops

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