#OTRHoopsReport: Super 6 Takeaways – Aug 1, 2017

 ATLANTA, Georgia–After a star-studded session one tourney, the second installment of On the Radar’s Super 6 series continued the trend. Big time matchups featuring nationally ranked prospects such as Emmitt Williams, Will Richardson, Isaac Okoro, and Elias King filled Emory University’s gymnasium to capacity. Over 300 coaches returned to keep tabs on their targets.

By: @HypesouthMedia

Sharife Cooper & Isaac Okoro (Powder Springs, GA) | A.O.T.

Cooper’s composure and maturity from the point guard spot was unparalleled. The 5-foot-10 rising sophomore runs the show to perfection for a loaded Athletes of Tomorrow squad. Whether it’s scoring thirty points, getting teammates involved, or coming up with sneaky defensive steals, Cooper does whatever his team needs on a game by game basis. Clemson took notice and offered the young floor general following session II. His teammate, Isaac Okoro, is the engine that makes this team go. He is a slasher that uses his superior athleticism to his advantage. The 6-foot-5 swingman did a little bit of everything (defended, rebounded, scored) this past weekend and will more than likely move up a couple of spots in the class of 2019 national rankings.

Reginal Campbell (Greenville, South Carolina) | D. Favors

At 6-foot-7, 220-pounds, Campbell had his way bruising and bullying opponents on the interior. He probably helped his stock more than any prospect on hand this weekend. After collecting multiple double-doubles on day one, his name was buzzing hard in mid-major coaching circles. On day two, UNC-Greensboro became the first to offer the big man from Greenville and several others showed great interest.

Ronaldo Segu (Orlando, Florida) | 1 Family

Segu dominated without filling up the box score in points. It was a breath of fresh air to watch a defensive minded kid hold “offensive juggernauts” in check. The 6-foot point guard continually picked up full court, kept his head on the ball, and turned opponents all tournament. He is reminiscent of Patrick Beverly and is going to be a major defensive asset out on the perimeter at the next level. Right now, he holds 20+ mid to high major offers, but look for this list to grow moving forward.

Cobe Penny (Lawrenceburg, Kentucky) | Lexington Future

Penny caught my attention after he poured in 21-points and six assists prompting me to come back later to reevaluate him. Under further evaluation, Penny proved that the aforementioned performance was not an accident. He followed up with another herculean effort which definitely calls for someone to check in on the crafty combo guard.

Kowacie Reeves is a contributor to On the Radar Hoops.

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