#FAA Camp Day 3 Top Performers

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Reading, PA– As we head into the last day of Future All American Camp, we’re beginning to see how deep of a camp it is. So many talented top performers still on day three, take a look at some more guys who impressed.

Chris Childs | Wilbraham and Monson | 2018
Childs was the ultimate floor general today. He is able to change pace with ease and keep defenders off balanced. He controlled the tempo for his team all week long. When needed, he was a scorer, shooting the three ball with confidence and attacking the paint with aggression.

Brandon Slater | Paul VI | 2018
Brandon’s athleticism shined today, and has shined all week. His leaping ability has paid off when it comes to rebounding, shot contesting and shot blocking. He had a number of blocks today, pinning a few off the backboard. On offense he gets

Bryce Wills | Iona Prep | 2018 
The NYC guard once again had a great day at FAA camp. He was very smooth and didn’t force the issue. He is very young for his grade as he is turning 15 in October. He should have a breakout year at Iona Prep and will make plenty of noise in his sophomore campaign. His overall skill set and really sets him apart and should continue to for the rest of his high school career.

Anthony Harris | Paul VI | 2019 
Harris really showed what he was made of on Day Three of camp. He started to show why he was so highly talked about from the DMV area. He is an explosive and athletic guard that should make an immediate impact at Paul VI (VA). The class of 2019 guard also has great playmaking ability and could be one of the best kids to come out of the DMV area for his class when it’s all said and done.

Chauncey Sterling | St. Anthony’s | 2018 
Sterling is a tough NJ guard that came into came with a big reputation and he definitely lived up to it on Day Three. He did a great job getting into the lane and finishing through contact. St. Anthony’s definitely has a good one and he should be a huge help to them next year and the remainder of his high school career.

Noah Locke | McDonogh | 2018
Noah is gifted offensively; he simply knows how to score the basketball. He’s not overly tall at six foot, but that does not prevent him from taking it to the basket, and scoring. He showed the ability to make good decisions with the basketball, limiting his turnovers while displaying a tight handle.

Treston Richardson | Holy Cross | 2019
Yet to play a high school game, Treston looks like he can become a big time scorer. He’s currently 6’1 playing the point guard position. He’s a good passer, but a very good scorer. He puts his head down, gets himself into and finishes through people. His strength at the rim finishing was the his best quality this week.

Sean Good | Trinity | 2018
Sean has impressed as one of the better bigs at camp this week. Listed as 6’11, the post player has shown he can run the floor very well and can finish around the rim; he has nice touch inside. Sean also showed an ability to stretch the floor. As his jump shot develops, his upside gets bigger and bigger.

Kenny Tyree | Anacostia | 2018
Kenny is like the Energizer bunny, he never stops going. So quick, he’s all over the floor with or without the ball in his hands. In transition he’s off to the races; he’s hard to catch when he gets going. He showcased a smooth step back jumper while also blowing past guys. Showed he’s multidimensional.

Michael Schretter | Ridgewood | 2018
A top performer from Academic Elite Session 1, Michael looked very good playing with players his age. The 6’6 forward showed aggression on the boards and was never out of place defensively. On the offensive end he has great touch. He’s soft around the hoop inside and can step out for a mid range jumper that is improving everyday.

James Albano (@JN_Albano) and Pat Lawless (@GiveNGobball) contributed to this blog

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