SHReport Summer Showcase – “Separators” Pt 2

WOODSTOCK, GA – Early June means Showcase season takes center stage after travel ball breaks for the month, giving players a chance to get in front of coaches and scouts.

To Etowah HS Kris Watkins and SH  Report went, and a good turnout produced some names we know from 2024 and below and some names who emerged and separated, Part 2:

By: Keith Agran

Jamari Mosley | G | 2025 | Notre Dame Academy

Has arrived back in the ATL-Metro after a year away and will play for his former Norcross Heat head man Marshawn Lynch at Notre Dame Academy in Duluth, supremely athletic as always and can separate from foes with that extra burst and certainly the explosiveness off the deck, projects with time still to marinate at either guard spot.

Jaden Mattison | G | 2024 | Dacula

Poised to be the man at Dacula this year and in drills you can see the polish, didn’t see a ton of his game play but the spots I did see proved what he has been showing us for a year or so that he’s a slick scorer with the ability to get going from deep range and attack the basket with a college-level scoring package.

Cam Hewling | G | 2025 | Mt Paran

I appear in the minority around town among those feeling that Hewling is set for a monster jump this coming year as a junior, much of that is based on his obvious versatility and ability to use exceptional athleticism to play both guard spots and mix it up around the basket like a forward often with just pure competitiveness, I think if more people track this player they’ll begin to see why he put up some of the lines he did last year for what could be a sleeper ’23-24 Eagles team over in Kennesaw.

Liam Bolton | G | 2025 | Richmond Hill

Right behind Hiram’s Ryan Williams and Carrollton’s O’Brien Watkins for top PG of the day was easily Bolton, love the floor sense and unselfish play, clever distributor and kept the pace to his liking despite camp atmospheres getting choppy, told me thinks the Wildcats will be back in the thick of things in 7A after a couple of down seasons.

Christian Calhoun | F | 2024 | Trinity Prep

His activity around the basket caught my eye early in live play as he slithered around and over people at 6-4 and affected the game on the glass, needs some polish and sets up as a guy who could be playing unsigned next spring but could use that time wisely to get in front of coaches where I think he can make an impression as a small forward.

Keith Agran has lived in Georgia since 2011 and joined OTR as a National Evaluator in 2021. He previously scouted for Prep Hoops dating back to 2019, and also spent 3 years as a sports writer at two newspapers in New Jersey. After a championship-coaching background on the HS-level also in NJ, he accepted the Girl’s Basketball Head Coaching position in May 2022 at Mt Bethel Christian Academy and now balances scouting and coaching still with a keen eye on talent around the region. You can reach him at and follow him on Twitter @BracketSage.