SEBA Atlanta All-Star Shootout: High Ceiling Prospects – September 20, 2023
For years now, SEBA has hosted some of the top exposure camps in Georgia and Saturday was no different. College coaches from all over the southeast lined the baselines as 100+ prospects battled it out. The camp was full of enticing talent, especially for the D2, NAIA, and D3 programs in attendance. These are a couple of the prospects from Saturday’s camp that carry long term upside.
By: Cam Rickers
Zundra Jackson – Chattanooga Christian – 2024 (Pictured Above)
Zundra Jackson made the trip down from Tennessee but he was a familiar face amongst coaches and scouts, having started his high school career at Christian Heritage. It was great to check in on Jackson and see the development in his game over recent years, both in terms of skill and physical tools. He’s a powerhouse at the point guard position, possessing a strong physique built for contact and springs that allow him to play above the rim. Lees-McRae was the first to offer Jackson back in August.
Kisean Robinson – South Cobb – 2025
Kisean Robinson had an excellent showing on Saturday, unveiling new layers of his game throughout the afternoon. Robinson’s intrigue starts with his size and athleticism. At 6’3, Robinson plays like a true point guard but he’ll occasionally catch you off guard with a two-hand slam or an eye-opening block. He has a great motor and was able to force a number of turnovers which typically turned into points. He’s adept as a passer, especially in transition. I imagine we’ll hear his name much more often as joins AJ Horton at South Cobb.
Rauan Rodrigues – Furtah Prep – 2024
It didn’t take much for Rauan Rodrigues to stand out amongst the crowd and we got an early display of his potential in warm-ups as he threw down some eye-popping dunks. Rodrigues is 7’1 with a crazy vertical, not the type of prospect you find every day. He’s always a lob threat around the rim and provides a great last level of rim protection. While the skillset is still fairly raw, there’s a lot to work with and it’s scary to think about what he could be after a few years with a college program.
Tre Winters – Adairsville – 2025
Tre Winters is one of the state’s best athletes, exceptional on both the court and the football field. His toughness and competitive fire really carry over to the hardwood and he’s the kind of player you’d much rather play next to than play against. Winters loves to play fast, frequently pushing the pace and throwing down dunks in transition. He excels on the defensive end because of his physicality and versatility too. LM-MM D1s would be wise to track Winters through his junior year.
Damerius Putmon – Lithia Springs – 2024
Damerius Putmon helped himself in a big way on Saturday, commanding the paint and protecting the rim at a high level. Putmon is 6’8 with tremendous length that can change a game. He’s able to cover so much ground with his wingspan and alters a ton of shots around the paint. Putmon will need to add muscle to the frame and sharpen the offensive skillset but he possesses unique size and length that could help a program.
Cam Rickers has lived in Georgia his whole life and joined OTR as scout/evaluator this spring. He spent the year prior scouting for PrepHoops, working hard to make a name for himself within the grassroots scene. In addition to his work for OTR and PrepHoops, he is also the Recruiting & Scouting Director for Wood Elite. You can reach him at firstname.lastname@example.org and follow him on Twitter @CamRickersHoops
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