Future All-American: Day One Top Performers

Metro Jr Elite Top 100The 2013 Future All-American camp is off to a great start, with many campers stepping their game up on the first day. Here’s a few players that really stood out through the scrimmage sets of day one:

Joe Hampton | DeMatha (Md.) HS | 6-6 | 2016
Hampton was a force on Sunday, showing off great ball-handling skills and a smooth mid-range game that was working for him early on.

Justin Gorham | Calvert Hall (Md.) HS | 6-5 | 2016
Gorham was impressive in transition, running the floor well and finding open teammates for high-percentage shots.

Lonnie Walker | Reading (Pa.) HS | 6-3 | 2017
With the ball in his hands, Walker was able to blow by defenders in transition and, when going up for a layup against a taller defender, was able to change his shot in midair to get the bucket.

Deion Graves | Mount St. Joseph (Md.) | 5-2 | 2016
Undersized but quick as anything, Graves was going 100 percent throughout the scrimmages and happily took on the challenge of guarding bigger opponents.

Marshall Roberson | 5-2 | 2019
Another undersized guard, Roberson was very quick and unafraid of driving to the basket to pile up some points in the scrimmage period.

Isaiah Mucius | Fessenden (Ma.) School | 6-3 | 2018
Mucius looks to project as a wing, but played the role of forward during scrimmages because of a height advantage. He didn’t seem to have a problem, as he dominated in the paint and swatted away numerous shots.

Armani Sexton | 6-3 | 2018
A tall wing player, Sexton looked very comfortable running in transition and finished with smooth layups around the rim.

Quade Green | Neumann-Goretti (Pa.) | 5-11 |2017
Green showed the complete package today as he gave a great effort on both sides of the ball. He displayed a quick and deceptive crossover that froze a lot of defenders, which allowed him to create open shots for himself as well as his teammates.

Sidney Wilson | St. Rays N.Y.| 6-5| 2017
Wilson’s leaping ability was on full display today as he finished more than a handful of dunks in transition, as well as in the half court. At one point, the rising frosh finished five straight dunks and showed that he could finish at the rim with either hand.

Austin Harriot | Germantown Friends (Pa.) | 6-5 | 2016
Harriot is a power guard that used his size and strength to muscle past smaller defenders. The sophomore played very under control today finished a number of layups and used his physical ability to overmatch the competition.

Unique McClean | 246 Walk Whitman (N.Y.) | 6-1 | 2016
Unique is another outstanding leaper that showed off his great athleticism today. The highlight of McClean’s performance today was a one-handed dunk that he finished off of a lob pass in transition. At a mere 6-foot-1 the high-flying combo guard can really get up.

Myles Dread | Glenelg Country School (Md.) | 6-3 | 2018
Only entering the eighth grade, Dread showed glimpses of what could be a high D-1 player in the making. At 6-foot-3 he showed nice guards combined with great strength that allowed him to overpower and get past his peers with ease.

Curtis Williams | Good Counsel (Md.) | 6-1 | 2016
Williams brought a lot of intangibles to the court today. He showed that he’s a hard-nose defender that likes to go to rim. When going to the basket, Williams finished with great regularity.

Alani Moore | Dematha (Md.) | 5-9 | 2016
Moore showed a great change of space that made him incredibly hard to guard one-one-one. His hesitation moves allowed him to speed by defenders and finish a number of floaters in the lane. He also showed a nice stroke from mid-range as well.

Patrick Strazza | Hudson Catholic (N.J.) | 6-4 | 2017
Strazza showed that he is a clear-cut sharpshooter that likes to shoot it from any spot on the floor. He used his height to rise up and shoot over whoever was guarding him. Additionally, whenever he missed, he also did a great job of following his shot and trying to get the offensive board for a put-back.

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