Faces of the Future Camp: Class of 2027 Standouts (Pt. 3)
Tavares, Fl. — In the final installment of sixth-grade coverage from the recent “Faces of the Future” camp, we’ll take an in-depth look at five more prospects in the Class of 2027 who put their stamp on the event… Torrence…
Tavares, Fl. — In the final installment of sixth-grade coverage from the recent “Faces of the Future” camp, we’ll take an in-depth look at five more prospects in the Class of 2027 who put their stamp on the event…
Torrence Moore | Orlando, FL | Class of 2027
A versatile perimeter prospect with good size for his grade level, Moore glided effortlessly around the court, filling a number of roles for his team during Faces of the Future camp. An impressive athlete, he showcased quickness attacking the lane, and utilized his agile footwork to complete scoring opportunities around the rim. He looked comfortable handling the ball in the halfcourt, demonstrated promise with his jumper, and was a difference-maker on the defensive end due to his ability to defend multiple positions in the backcourt. In short, Moore was one of the more dynamic performers in the event’s sixth-grade division.
Marquis Siggers | Miami, FL | Class of 2027
The dynamo lead guard was electric throughout Faces of the Future camp. He’s compact, aggressive in his approach, and was one of the fastest players with the ball in his hands among the sixth-graders in attendance. Perhaps equally as impressive as his end-to-end speed, Siggers’ shiftiness allowed him to continually beat defenders off the bounce, and he displayed the hangtime, creativity, and all-around coordination necessary to finish in the lane. He’s an alpha on the floor and despite the individual-style setting, he commanded his team, and was one of the more poised guards at the event.
Thomayson Victor | Kissimmee, FL | Class of 2027
A developing post prospect, the 6-foot-2 sixth-grader imposed his will from the block at Faces of the Future camp. One of the more efficient players in the event’s Class of 2027 division, Victor capitalized on his size advantage, proving to be an adept rebounder and effective finisher on the block. He competed rim-to-rim and brought value to his team simply by running the floor and remaining involved at both ends. Although Victor is still growing into his frame as far as endurance and flexibility are concerned, he has a strong build, and his reaction time within the flow of the game was adequate.
Anthony Walcott | Coral Springs, FL | Class of 2027
One of the most intriguing prospects in the sixth-grade division at Faces of the Future camp, Walcott earned my vote as the top backcourt performer in the Class of 2027. Standing 5-foot-7, he’s a jumbo-sized perimeter player at this stage, capable of handling and facilitating, or scoring with a variety of finishing moves in the lane. The owner of a lengthy frame, Walcott can change speeds and directions in a flash, and was also an adequate catch-and-shoot threat from the wing. He brought great energy to the floor for the duration of the event and was exciting to watch in transition.
Clarence Westbrook | Plantation, FL | Class of 2027
Another backcourt prospect with excellent size for a sixth-grader, Westbrook stood out due to his motor as well as the versatility he brought to the perimeter at Faces of the Future camp. The Class of 2027 guard was very active on both ends, slashing to the basket, and utilizing his outstanding instincts as an off-ball defender. His willingness to compete outside of his typical position was commendable as was his overall effort without the ball in his hands. The South Florida resident is expected to play on the travel circuit in the upcoming season as a member of the Miami Top Risers program.
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