Undiscovered Vol. 2: Elite Session 1

The 2017 Hoop Group Elite camps are shaping up to have some of the most talented crops of
players we’ve seen in recent years. Kids are coming into camp with legit interest from high/mid
major Division One programs and are bound to upgrade that interest into tangible scholarship
offers.
Some guys are different though. Some guys have been patiently waiting. With not as much
college interest as deserved, they have been preparing for the moment when they get a chance
to perform in front of the coaches that need to see them. These players will wait no longer. In
the shadows until now, these Undiscovered players will impress when they get a chance to
perform in front of the coaches that need to see them.
Elite Session 1 will feature many, here is a glimpse at just a few as they move from
undiscovered to on your radar.

Nick Timberlake – Kimball Union (NH)

Nick Timberlake is a must see for Division One coaches at camp this summer. One of the more
athletic, bouncy combo guards the camp will have to offer, Nick can not only jump with the best
of them but also put the ball in the hoop. He’s a potential mismatch nightmare every time he
laces up his sneaks and has a chance to become a household name in the next few weeks.

Brandon McGlynn – Dallastown (PA)

Brandon McGlynn has been one of the more under recruited guards in the area. A quick first
step poses a threat on the perimeter and all he needs is an inch of space for a catch-and-shoot
three. His skill set translates to the next level and college coaches are going to find that out in
the next few weeks. Injured in the spring, Brandon could be a steal waiting to happen at Elite 1.

Ronnie Silva – Bradford Christian Academy (MA)

Though only standing at 5’9, time and time again Ronnie Silva has outplayed bigger opponents
in big games. He is quicker than quick and can sink shots as soon as he crosses half court,
making him a prospect that college coaches need to pay attention to. This past spring was just
the start for Ronnie and this summer he will be as good as they come at the point guard
position.

Jacob Iwowo – Brooks School (MA)

6’4” with long arms is something all college coaches love to hear. Jacob Iwowo is athletic, plays
insanely hard, and makes an impact every time he’s on the floor. He can play above the rim,
score and defend. College coaches looking for a slashing wing with a high motor will be excited
to see Iwowo play at camp. Offers will come, sooner rather than later.

Michael Koch – Bergen Catholic (NJ)

Michael Koch is a perfect mix of skill and athleticism wrapped up into strong tall frame. Along
with being able to score the ball at a high level, he has been working hard on his decision
making and facilitating abilities with hopes of becoming a pure point guard. After a very good
spring, he has heard from many Division Two schools and is just starting to catch the eye of
Division One coaches. Whatever team Koch lands on at game will be a must watch for
scholarship schools.

Ryan Moffat – Hempfield (PA)

Ryan Moffat is the poster boy for Hoop Group: Undiscovered. A legit 6’5 with long arms, Ryan is
a skilled athlete who can really shoot it. To go with his range, he can play above the rim and
has a tough pull-up game. Undiscovered right now, but those days will be over after Elite camps
in the coming weeks.
Check back soon for more Undiscovered Prospects coming to Elite Session 1!

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