Winston-Salem, NC —The 11th annual CP3 Rising Stars National Camp was filled with a deep talent pool, especially from the point guard position. A lot of these prospects that will be written about have already made a name for themselves…
Winston-Salem, NC —The 11th annual CP3 Rising Stars National Camp was filled with a deep talent pool, especially from the point guard position. A lot of these prospects that will be written about have already made a name for themselves on the national level but this particular weekend is always a good time to see the rising freshmen play before they step foot into high school Below is part one of the coverage of the top point guards at the 2023 CP3RS National Camp…
Martay Barnes has been making waves recently which continued in Winston-Salem, NC at the 2023 CP3RS National Camp. His playmaking skills, speed, passing prowess, and an ever-improving scoring ability have made him a top point guard prospect in the class of 2027. His dribbling skills enable him to navigate tight spaces, break down defenses, and create scoring opportunities for himself and his teammates. He also has a quick first step and agility that make him a nightmare for defenders trying to keep up with him. This speed, combined with his playmaking ability, often results in fast-break opportunities and easy buckets for his team. While known primarily for his playmaking, Barnes has been steadily improving his scoring package which adds another strong aspect to his game.
As soon as game play started in Winston-Salem, NC at the 2023 CP3RS National Camp Aaron Britt’s basketball IQ set him apart from the competition. He possesses an innate understanding of the game’s nuances, from reading defenses to anticipating opponents’ moves which enables him to make split-second decisions that often lead to game-changing plays. He can navigate through traffic, execute pinpoint passes, and finish at the rim with finesse. His ability to improvise on offense makes him a nightmare for defenders and a joy to watch. Another thing that sets him apart is that he approcahces defense with the same intensity and determination as offense. He’s a tenacious on-ball defender, quick to anticipate passes, and always ready to make the crucial steal or block.
All throughout his young basketball journey, Cayden Daughtry has been used to winning and he brought that mentality to Winston-Salem, NC for the 2023 CP3RS National Camp. His ability to shoot the basketball with pinpoint accuracy, his unwavering winning mentality, and his knack for breaking down defenders have helped him become a household name in the class of 2027. Over the past couple of years, his consistency in finding the bottom of the net has earned him a reputation as a sharpshooter, and defenders dread facing his offensive onslaught because of his ability to make countless winning plays for his team.
Jaxson Davis is a name gaining recognition from the 2027 class at the point guard position. During his time in Winston-Salem, NC at the 2023 CP3RS National Camp, he showed off his exceptional passing and scoring abilities. His court vision is akin to a well-tuned radar, always scanning for the best passing opportunities. Furthermore, his decision-making is top-notch. Davis’s ability to make the right pass at the right time has been impressive to watch. He not only accumulates assists but also elevates his teammates’ gameplay, making the entire team better. Jaxson Davis embodies leadership both on and off the court. He communicates effectively with his teammates, motivating them to give their best. His passion for the game is contagious, inspiring everyone around him to push their limits.
O’Neal Delancy possessed a remarkable combination of skills, strength, and an unwavering attack mode mentality during his time in Winston-Salem, NC at the 2023 CP3RS National Camp. One of the most striking aspects of Delancy’s game is his physicality. Despite his age, he possesses a level of strength that belies his years. This strength gives him an advantage when driving to the basket, fighting for rebounds, and defending against taller opponents. It’s this physical presence that allows him to dominate on both ends of the court.
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