Future All-American Day 2 Standouts

It’s been an action-packed second day at Future All-American camp! A wide variety of players showed off their skills at Albright College Friday, and here are some who stood out during their action on the courts throughout campus:

Bryce Wills (Iona Prep ’19): 6-foot-5 lead guard Bryce Wills demonstrated big time athleticism throughout the day. Willis is also a very capable jump shooter who has NBA-type range.

Kofi Cockburn (Christ the King ’19): Kofi Cockburn absolutely dominated in the low post. The strong and powerful 6-10 big man attempted to dunk everything around the basket.

Jordan Mason (Dexter ’19): 6-foot-4 shooting guard Jordan Mason lighted it up from three point range on Friday. Mason displays very good footwork along with a quick release. He connected on a handful off shots from long range in each of his contests.

Sherif Kenney (Clinton Christian ’19): Sherif Kenney has a fantastic feel for the game. The 6-foot-4 lead guard is a crafty handler with tremendous vision. Kenney consistently beat his defender off the bounce by utilizing a quick first step.

Idan Tretout (Wilbraham & Monson ’19): Idan Tretout is an outstanding paint getter who looks for contact on every one of his drives. The skilled 6-foot-3 guard scored it from three levels. Tretout’s jump shot was very efficient from the catch and off the dribble.

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