Top Forwards from Day Two of Elite Camp

Despite the scattered rain showers that passed over Albright College, Elite Session 1 campers still put on a show as the live recruiting period began. High energy games provided an intense atmosphere when Division I coaches could begin to evaluate at 5:00 p.m. We analyze Wednesday’s top performers from the forward/center position.

Top Forwards From Day Two

Mamadou Ndiaye (2016 / Oakland Mills / Columbia, Md.): A bit of a raw prospect, Ndiaye worked well above the rim, taking advantage of his athleticism. His tall frame and length also made him a force on the defensive end.

Walker Wilson (2015 / Newark Tech. Newark, NJ.) Wilson is not someone you want to battle with down low. Strong and athletic, he is an absolute beast on the glass. When he’s not grabbing every board in sight, he’s probably in the paint blocking or altering shots.


Jake O’Neill (2016 / St Augustine Prep / Richland, NJ): The 6-foot-10 big man immediately stands out for his size, and his talent keeps the coaches watching. O’Neill’s solid post game is complimented well by his rebounding prowess.

Wyatt Walker (2015 / Providence School / Jacksonville, Fla.): Wednesday, Walker proved to be one of the most well rounded big men at Elite Camp. The 6-foot-9 forward moved great without the ball and constantly crashed the offensive glass. He also did a good job checking 7-foot-1 center Satnam Singh.

Kashif Davis (2015 / Cardinal Hayes / Bronx, NY): The lengthy forward did solid work in transition, finding open passing lanes and finishing at the rim. Davis also showed signs of being a plus rebounder.

Alexander Long (2015 / Mount Zion Prep / Upper Marlboro, Md.): The 6-foot-8 forward made his presence felt on both ends of the floor. In the post, Long has a good set of moves and made some nice passes as well. With an insane wingspan, he blocked everything in sight on Wednesday.

Satnam Singh (2015 / IMG Academy / Bradentown, FL.) It’s not often you see a 7 footer as coordinated as Singh. He was dominant today in his play. Once he caught the ball in the post it was all over; he was either scoring or drawing a foul. He’s also a guards dream to play with, being 7’1 and having tremendous hands.



The live period is underway and the final two days of Elite Session One will provide more exposure to the ultra-talented group of campers, so continue to follow the Elite Blog for more coverage. Behind the scenes pictures/videos can also be found on our Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook profiles.

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