Hoop Group Elite Camp Session 2 Standouts
Hoopdreamsmag was at Hoop Group Elite Camp Session 2 this past week. Some of the top AAU programs in the country were well represented throughout the duration of the week. Here is a look at the top class of 2018 Standouts.
6’6 Isiah Mucius(2018) A long and Silky smooth playmaker showing the ability to score in a multitude of ways.
6’7 Dana Tate (2018) Fresh off an offer from Brown University Tate showed dominance throughout the entire camp. 6’7 with guard skills and a high motor on the glass makes Tate a high major prospect.
6’3 G Calvin Whipple (2018) Whipple showed he is a long range shooting elite prospect. Whipple shot the ball well from behind the arc and has shown increased athleticism.
6’7 Nate Leswiscz(2018) Arguably has the most potential in the class of 2018. Leswicsz can score from all over the floor, having some big games on the offensive end during camp.
6’6 Preston Santos (2018) Santos was sensational all weekend scoring, facilitating and rebounding at a high level. A plethora of Division one schools were following Santos throughout the week.
6’3 Jalen Carey (2018) Carey is a high major athlete with an incredible motor on both ends of the floor.
6’8 Arashma Parks (2018) Parks is a big-bodied player with good hands and feet in the post. Parks continues to develop his face up game but showed signs of improvement.
6’7 Jake Glenzen(2018) Glenzen is your protypical big man with good skills in the post. Glenzen continues to improve his athleticism.
6’9 Tommy O’Neil (2018) O’Neil is long and very skilled for his size. O’Neil showed the ability to break down defenders off the dribble and shot it well from behind the arc. He has all the tools of a high major prospect.
6’11 Sean Good (2018) Good is an intriguing prospect with elite level skills and sneaky athleticism. Good continued to play his best basketball towards the end of the camp.
5’10 Anthony Harris(2018) Harris showed high level athleticism and the ability to get to the rim when needed. Harris really impressed with his playmaking skills throughout camp.
6’5 David Mitchell (2018) Mitchell was one of the top scorers in his class. Mitchell can score from an assortment of ways. Mitchell most impressed us with his ability to score from long range.