Session one was compromised of the 2023 and 2024 classes

AJ Harris (2023 Piedmont) – Made great use of his size when in the paint, but that was not his main role. He can shoot the ball from all ranges, take the ball to the hoop for a nice finish, and is not afraid to share the ball. He also knows the right decisions to make when the ball is in his hands.

Devin Lewis (2023 Inderkum) – Playing the point guard role exceptionally well while hitting his teammates with multiple no look passes. He constantly drove to the basket forcing the defense to collapse on him or finishing with a nice layup. However, should the defense collapse too much be ready for the catch and shoot because it’s coming your way.

Theo Sully Mclaughlin (2024 St. Marys) – A very nice gaurd. Dishes the ball out, when necessary, and attacks the basket. Has a very nice finish for all his layups as well as a soft touch for his shots. He also enjoys driving to the basket. Definitely keep your eyes out for this up and coming player.

Session two was compromised of the 2022 and 2021 classes.

Timothy Netane (2022 Carlmont) – Strongest player of the day. He was very versatile from his defense to his offense. Boxes out, full court press, blocks and steals. On offense he drives to the hoop, kicks the ball out, looks for the fast break pass, finishes his layups, tips the ball back, and is a danger on the outside. His season looks very bright as he was great in multiple areas.

Juwelle Jack (2021 Vallejo) – A point guard who is fun to watch. He likes to play with the defense by utilizing his speed and handles to throw them off. If you allow him to get to you he will make a quick move to the basket. He also enjoys sharing the ball with fancy no look passes. Should be a nice season for him.

Tyson Graci ( 2021 San Marin) – Kid can shoot the ball sniping from all over the court. Do not leave him open because he will shoot the ball and he will make the shot. If you decide to guard him up he will work you down and force his way to the basket for a nice finish.

Jalen Newhouse (2023 El Camino) – Youngest player in attendance, Coming from the class of 2023 Jalen Newhouse was able to keep up with the older kids as he ran the shooting guard position. Like the position says, he constantly shot the ball, and he shot it from deep NBA range, and was hitting. Should be nice to see how his game develops overtime.