5 underclassmen that stood out at FSU Camp
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Underclassmen were a big target at FSU Camp. Several high-profile freshmen received offers while coach Hamilton sat courtside. We’ll talk about one recipient and four others who impressed at the star-studded event. Jermal Jones Jr FL #24 CG #4 HEIGHT…
Underclassmen were a big target at FSU Camp. Several high-profile freshmen received offers while coach Hamilton sat courtside. We’ll talk about one recipient and four others who impressed at the star-studded event.
Jones is a 6’5 guard that scores on all three levels and draws fouls at the rim. His feeling alone makes him a talented bucket-getter, and he still has work to go on that angle. He can score from the post and has range beyond the college line. Jones can get a score any way he wants. He’s an active rebounder that can score on second-chance plays. Jones isn’t a mind-blowing athlete, but between his motor and size, he has no problem finishing above the rim, even in traffic.
Williams transferred to Edgewater and is competing at the highest level. He’s a dynamic combo guard that hits pull-up jumpers and scores at the rim through contact. He’s a great athlete that can challenge shot blockers at the rim and get where he wants on the floor. Williams’ scoring was at the forefront of the meeting, but he has playmaking abilities, too.
Columbus has a 6’4 scoring wing option waiting to check into his first varsity game in the fall. Walcott showcased an ability to get to the rim from any shot on the floor against good varsity teams. The incoming freshman plays with a lot of craft and has a handle with a counter for defensive adjustments.
Duncan is a long 6’6 forward to track out of Louisiana. He’s a long-shot blocker with great timing and the bounce to get shots at their apex. Duncan can push the ball after securing rebounds and finish through contact. He’s an upside forward with the tools to succeed and the genetics to blossom down the road.
Joseph impressed where ever he went this weekend. He picked up offers from FSU and UCF after showcasing an ability to play on and off the ball. He’s a bigger 6’3 guard with the athleticism to defend both backcourt spots and get to the cup on the drives. Joseph shoots well enough to give the slashers on the team an outlet for catch-and-shoot opportunities. The feel, maturity, and ability to affect the game in several ways are adding to his stock.