#Sweet16 – SC Elite team spotlight – May 11, 2015
SC Elite forward Najee Garvin made a name for himself at the Sweet 16. Photo Cred: Courtney Davis
College coaches were lined up along the courts at the On the Radar Hoops Sweet 16 to watch the guard oriented South Carolina Elite. Here is a rundown on their success from last weekend.
He is cat quick with a tight handle as he pushes the ball in transition at high speeds. He has a laundry list of dribble moves and he can beat pressure at will. Jones can penetrate and kick or drive draw and quick to find the open man on a regular basis.
This 6-foot-6 forward showed the ability to run the floor and finish above the rim. Rumph is a good rebounder, especially on the offensive end where he was effective at keeping the ball alive gaining extra possessions for his team. He can guard both the small and power forward positions.
Brevard Is a tough athletic guard that did a great job of pushing the ball in transition either finding open teammates for easy buckets or finishing around the rim.
He is an inside/outside guy that can kill you from both places. He is relentless on the glass and in transition where he can use his strength to overpower the opposition. He showed he is a threat from the 3, but is very comfortable posting up a smaller defender or driving by a bigger slower match-up to get a higher percentage shot.
Garvin made a name for himself in the first in the first session of the Elite 32. At the small forward position he sprints to the glass from the perimeter at full speed, making it very difficult for him to be boxed out. Also when he is around the basket he uses his quickness and just beats other players to the ball.
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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 the director of the On the Radar Hoops Fall Showcase, On the Radar Hoops Spring Showcase, On the Radar Hoops Invitational, Elite 32 Session I, Elite 32 Session II, Power 24, and Summer Slam Session I & II.