War For The North: Collin’s Scouting Report
Brock Camp – Mid Moe Elite – 2025 Already at 6’4”, Camp is a formidable post threat. He is a good shot contester and can box out effectively. An interesting aspect of his game is his mobility. Camp went coast…
Brock Camp – Mid Moe Elite – 2025
Already at 6’4”, Camp is a formidable post threat. He is a good shot contester and can box out effectively. An interesting aspect of his game is his mobility. Camp went coast to coast to finish after getting a rebound, dribbling comfortably even in transition.
Victor Guaramato – I.H.U.S.T.L.E Basketball – 2026
A high-volume scorer with a good jumper. He’s got a high-release point and soft touch from deep. He showed mature strength, too. He ripped the ball away from the offensive guy and finished through contact a handful of times. Definitely a standout in his game on both ends. One of the best individual performances of the day from a scoring standpoint.
Takis Tyler – X-Men United – 2026
Plays with noticeable grit and hustle. Was hounding other guards on defense, trapping as soon as they crossed half-court. An energetic player at point guard. Showed that he can shoot from mid-range and the three-point line. United got out in transition all day on their way to 72 points, and Tyler was the pacesetter.
Tyler Everson – X-Men United – 2026
Already tall and lengthy for his age, he can disrupt matchups with his frame. He shot efficiently from outside and had a flashy behind-the-back move in the first half. Had a few nice transition looks and inside finishes on the day.
Tyler Michalak – X-Men United – 2026
A developed forward that offers versatility and size. He led fastbreaks like a guard, dishing to teammates that ran ahead of him. Grabbed some tough rebounds amid contact. Scored the first five points for his team, one of those shots coming from deep.
Marcus McxQueen Jr. – EZ Work Elite – 2025
Had a solid morning outing, opening the game with a nice one-handed dish to the inside. Had a few crisp passes to teammates and hit some big looks from the perimeter. He isolates well with his handle. Can get low on his drives and squeak past the defender.
Telly Hurst – D1 Wisconsin – 2025
A killer handle and quickness at the guard spot. He’s mature athletically, able to explode by his defender and get to the cup. Likes the pull-up three, and hit one early on in his first game. He’s 6’1”, which aids in his driving game.
Keelyn Tyler – D1 Wisconsin – 2025
A lean forward with plenty of game. Plays like the defense isn’t there at all, as he can pull up despite heavy contests from the defense. Showed high IQ with his passing, both in transition and the half-court.