At the Prep Hoops Top 250 Camp as always we saw tons of players looking to make a name for themselves. Here is a look back at the forwards from the event that made an impression on me in PHI…
At the Prep Hoops Top 250 Camp as always we saw tons of players looking to make a name for themselves. Here is a look back at the forwards from the event that made an impression on me in PHI Top 250: Parham’s Top Forwards!
(Timothy Christian) JR. 6’8
Thon ran the floor well looking very nimble around the rim. Plays well out of screen and roll situations. Finds a body a posts hard every time. Bill had a solid scoring stretch where he scored three straight possessions. He is ready made rim protector who rebounds the ball well also. Low D1 schools should be on him
(Von Stueben) Sr. 6’9
Anthony is another big man in the senior class that should getting some college looks. He changes shots on defense and hits the boards hard. He uses his length well on offense keeping things simple when around the rim. Kevin is a D2 player who may get some consideration at the lower division 1 level because he has some weight to go with his height.
(Whitney Young) Soph. 6’5
Munoz was the MVP of the event. Every game he played there was a highlight reel dunk coming from him. Munoz excels in the open court, but has shown much improvement playing on the wing. He can get to the rim off one or two dribbles. And he has good balance to finish through contact. Mid-major to high-major projection for this young prospect.
Naeim Evans (TF North) Jr. 6’4
A new player that played well in spurts was Evans. Energy player that seemed to have a good nose to where the ball was going to be. Naeim had several put back layups and made some strong attacks at the rim in traffic. Small college player right now with much room for growth over the next two seasons.
Kelvin Amoako (Plymouth, MI) Sr. 6’11
Amoako was by far the biggest player in our event coming from Michigan to play in the Top 250 Camp. Kelvin is wide body with length. He didn’t have to maneuver a lot out of the post because most times he just turned around and scored off the back board. Amoako is a solid rim protector but has some mobility problems at times. D2s and small schools should check him out as he’s definitely a scholarship player.
Jr. (Yorkville Christian) Sr. 6’5
David had a good showing playing really well with space beating guys off the dribble with a crossover that he used often to get to the rim. Douglas also proved he’s become a better shooter since seeing him this summer. D2 caliber player going into his senior season.
(Bloom) Sr. 6’6
Athletic wing type with stretch forward rim protection ability. Jayden is explosive around the rim as he had several dunks in the game I watched. He is smooth on the perimeter on drives and can hit a shoot from 15 feet and out. D2s and low D1s should monitor. Could be a legit D1 prospect if he goes JUCO route.
(C.H.A.S) Sr. 6’6
Brown is an active forward who runs the court well and plays with tons of energy on both ends. He crashes the boards hard and is reliable to score off offensive put backs. Junior college schools should monitor him this season.
(Fenwick) Soph. 6’5
Pettigrew is a very skilled forward that gave the MVP of the event some issues in the final game of the day. JT has good hands and patience around the rim. He’s not very flashy but he is very productive. JT scores well with both hands and often through contact. Pettigrew is a forward that can shoot from the three point range and beyond. Should be a player that teams focus on this upcoming season.
(Niles Notre Dame) Soph. 6’6
Brady was one of the better shooters in the event. He knocked down multiple threes from what I would say were NBA range. He is slender and is more of a guard or wing in college but he has a killer instinct when defenders back off of him. Sehlhorst is talented with a solid handle he’s able to push on breaks and can make moves at the rim. D1 prospect that may vary on how athletic he becomes before his senior season.