Future All-American: Day Two Top Performers

IMG_0812Day two of the 2013 Future All-American camp has come to a close, with a number of players stepping up to the challenge and separating themselves with their play. Here’s a look at some of the campers that really impressed on the first full day of games:

Nazreon Reid | Asbury Park (N.J.) MS | 6-6 | 2018
The big man showed off a little bit of everything from a scoring standpoint. Reid was able to corral offensive rebounds for put backs and had his mid-range and deep shot working.

Shaheed Haynes | Imhotep (Pa.) Charter School | 6-3 | 2017
Haynes was constantly pushing himself on the court, making sure his team had more opportunities on the offensive end with his high-intensity play.

Montez Mathis | Magnolia (Md.) MS | 6-1 | 2018
Mathis looks more like a guard, but had to play a little bigger because of his height advantage on the team. He did well, showing off a nice inside and outside game on offense.

Vincent Kent | St. George’s (Del.) HS | 6-7 | 2016
Kent was a force on the defensive end on Monday, eating up defensive rebounds and altering numerous shots.

Kendrick Gray | North Country Union (Va.) HS | 6-4 | 2016
Any time Gray steps on the court, he’s going to give it his all. The sophomore was always sprinting to the opposite side when possession changed and showed a knack to come down with some big rebounds as a result of that hustle.

Devonte Green | Our Savior New American (N.Y.) | 6-1 | 2016
Green’s high-level of play on the defensive end led to some steals and breakaway layups. The sophomore also showcased his athleticism while contesting shots and crashing the boards.

Alani Moore | DeMatha (Md.) High School | 5-9 | 2016
His play throughout camp to this point has earned Moore a spot on this list for the second-straight day. Possessing a good handle, the rising sophomore is very quick on the floor and even has a higher speed that kicks in when necessary. To this point he has averaged 12 points, seven assist and five rebounds in games played.

Mohammed Bamba | Cardigan Mountain (N.H.) School | 6-7 | 2017
The rising freshman’s size has made him an effective presence in the paint, especially on Day Two. Bamba recorded 10 points, 14 assists and six blocks in the first game of the day and even threw down a spectacular dunk which brought cheers from those watching.

Kaleb Bishop | St. Peter’s (N.J.) Prep | 6-5 | 2016
Solid defense, both down low and on the perimeter, and effective rebounding have helped Bishop turn some heads on the second day of camp. Throw in an average of 11 points per game and it’s no surprise he is on this list.

Myles Douglas | Friends (Md.) School | 6-5 | 2017
Netting 18 points in his first game of the day, 12 off of four 3-pointers, may have been enough to place Douglas among the top performers of the day. Add in the his impressive 1-on-1 skills and his ability to get in the lane and create opportunities for his teammates and his spot here was secured.

Curtis Jones | Paul VI (Va.) | 6-3 | 2016
A tremendous shooter who knows how to create space, Jones averaged 18 points five rebounds a game on Day Two.

Anas Amos |Hudson Catholic (N.J.) | 5-1 | 2018
Possessing a gritty toughness, Amos helped his team go 2-1 on Day Two by averaging 12 points and eight assists over the three games. In addition to his toughness, Amos displayed a quickness to the basket as he easily finished several pretty layups throughout the ay.

Bernard Lightsey | Mastery Charter (Pa.) | 6-0 | 2018
Scoring and distributing were the highlights of Lightsey’s game on this day. As his team went 2-1, Lightsey filled the basket with an average of 16 points per game and was also responsible for 12 assists over those three games.

Paul Brown | St. Ann’s Catholic (Del.) | 6-3 | 2018
Brown teamed with Lightsey to make a potent double threat. Averaging 14 points a game, Brown complimented Lightsey’s assists by pulling down an average of eight rebounds a game.

Omari Spellman | Middletown (N.Y.) | 6-7 | 2016
Don’t be fooled by this versatile forward’s wide physique; he has a quick first-step and crossover that resembles a lot of the quicker guards at camp this week. Spellman is a combo three or four that found it easy to muscle smaller defenders while being able to speed by bigger ones.

Anthony Lamb | Greece Athena (N.Y.) | 6-5 | 2016
Lamb played like every point guard’s dream on Day 2. The polished big caught the ball with soft hands and finished shots around the rim with either hand. He also gave a great effort on defense anchoring the paint for his squad.

Daquan Bracy | St. Francis Academy (Md.) | 5-8 | 2016
Bracy was able to break down anybody that drew his assignment on defense. The 5-foot-8 speedster was relentless attacking the basket all day while successfully setting up teammates with easy looks at the basket.

David Beatty | Archbishop Carroll (Pa.) | 6-3 |2017
Beatty used a crafty spin-move to evade defenders en route to a number of finishes at the rim. Beatty showed very few holes in his game on the day, as he shot the ball well and gave a solid effort on defense which led to his team having a field day in transition.

Bardia Kimiavi | Langston Hughes (Va.) | 2018
The up-tempo point guard pushed the issue on a number of plays during today’s set of games, as he really put the pressure on the defense. Kimiavi always had his head up in transition finding the open man leaking down court.

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