2013 Team Camp: Top Performers Day One

SONY DSCElite Team Camp was filled with high school teams that converged on Albright College’s campus. The weekend certainly started off on the right foot, with a few choice names making sure they were seen on the first day:

Connor Callejas | Holy Cross (Pa.) High School | 5-8 | 2014
Although undersized, Callejas made a living from the corner three-point spot, nailing over three shots from the same spot. On the defensive end, the senior consistently made the hustle plays, including numerous times where he stole the ball and hit easy fast break layups.

Noah Woods | Trinity Pawling (N.Y.) School | 6-1 | 2014
With the game on the line and his team down by two points with less than five seconds in overtime, Noah stepped up big time with a half-court, buzzer beating shot that found the bottom of the net for a 55-54 first round victory in the National Division.

Daniel Wallace | Nansemond River (Va.) High School | 6-7 | 2014
Wallace was able to impose his will in Nansemond River’s second round game, as he grabbed down numerous offensive rebounds and put them back in for tough layups. The big man’s hustle was on display as well, sprinting to stop opposing players from having easy, breakaway layups.

Patrick Andree | Christian Boys (N.J.) Academy | 6-7 |2016
Only going to be a sophomore when the high school season rolls around, the tall wing was knocking down shot after shot. This isn’t the first time we’ve seen this from Andree this summer; The big wing was named the All-Star MVP of the NBA East Underclassmen game during Elite Camp session 2 on Friday.

Pat Smith | Archbishop Wood (Pa.) High School | 6-4 | 2014
Smith can hurt you in a number of ways, most notably with his jump shot and his ball-handling skills. He put both on display in the opening day of Elite Team camp. Smith dropped 23 points including four threes, in his team’s night game win over the Hun School.

Ernest Aflakpui | Archbishop Carroll (Pa.) High School | 6-8 | 2015
The big man for Carroll had his way in the post, often bullying his way through two defenders to get a look at the net. Aflakpui usually either found the bottom of the net or drew enough contact for a trip to the free throw line. Despite dropping a tough loss to St. John’s in the Nationald Division quarterfinals, Aflakpui did manage an impressive 19 points.

Britton Anderson | Flint Hill (Va.) | 6-4 | 2014
Anderson was one of many that stood out in a drubbing that started off with a 28-2 run for Flint Hill, but his hustle to grab offensive boards and set his teammates up with easier shots was certainly one of the factors in their victory.

Cheddi Mosely | St. Anthony’s (N.J.) | 6-3 | 2014
The senior guard was impressive even in defeat, as he did all he could to keep his team in the game. In the second half of what ended up being a 19-point loss, Mosely took control and weaved past defenders on his way to the net.

Stephon Fisher | St. John’s (D.C.) College | 6-7 | 2017
The big man stood out, and it wasn’t because of his shorts resembling the Maryland state flag. Fisher showed plenty of hustle in the National Division quarterfinal game, running the floor well and hitting shots in transition.

Donovan Wright | Blair Academy (N.J.) | 6-5 | 2015
Wright had a huge game in a blowout win over Bishop McNamara. Wright showed a nice shooting touch on his way to a game-high 14 points.

Marial Shayok | Blair Academy (N.J.) | 6-6 | 2016
Shayok complimented Wright’s performance with a solid showing of his own. The 6-foot-6 wing managed 11 points in their win over McNamara, including nine points in the first half.

Marcel Thompson | Poly Prep (Md.) | 2015
This will be Thompson’s first season with Poly Prep, and in this summer exhibition he gave his new school a glimpse of what to expect from him during this upcoming season. Thompson compiled a number of pull up jumpers off of the dribble, as well as drives to the basket to compile 22 points against Academy of the New Church.

Quadir Phillips | Academy of the New Church (Pa.) | 6-0| 2016
Despite the dismal loss against Poly Prep, Phillips was able to put together a nice performance, finishing the game with 12 points and eight rebounds.

Derrick Jones | Archbishop Carroll (Pa.) | 6-6|  2015
The nationally touted Jones had a nice outing against Pt. Pleasant Beac,h as he put up an impressive 17 points which a number of solid finishes around the rim. Jones then went on to give St. Patrick’s School 19 points to beat them by double digits

Karl Lewis | Delaware Valley (Pa.)| 6-3| 2015
Lewis played big for his team all day, most notably was his 13 point output against Eleanor Roosevelt. His team went on to win 63-44.

Abolali Soyemi | Boys & Girls (N.Y.) | 6-3| 2014
Soyemi showed off his great finishing ability en route to a 20 point showing against West Lake.

Darian Bryant | St. John’s (N.Y.) | 6-4 | 2014
Darian put up 20 points to lift his team past Archbishop Carroll (Pa.) in the National Division quarterfinals.

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