Future All-American: Day Three Top Performers

IMG_0947Day three is in the books and we’ve seen a lot of campers take advantage of the opportunities they’ve seen here at the Future All-American camp. Here’s a few players that truly stepped up on the third day of camp:

Jarvis Doles Jr. | Mount St. Joseph’s (Md.) | 6-7 | 2016
Doles, at lengthy 6-foot-7 wing, was able to hit numerous shots from mid-range, putting on a performance that pushed his team victory.

Christian Vital | Vermont Academy | 6-1 | 2016
Vital, one of the more notable names at Future All-American, has not disappointed. The guard has shown off his 100 percent playing style and a willingness to carry the scoring load for his team.

Justice Winston | Liberty (N.J.) MS | 6-4 | 2018
In the final seconds, a team needs someone to step up. Winston took on that challenge and succeeded, as he hit a shot just in front of the half-court line at the end of the game to give his team a 68-65 win.

Lamar Stevens | Abington Friends (Pa.) School | 6-7 | 2016
Stevens combination of size and speed had him attacking the rim at will, which usually ended with an easy two points off of in-close shots and layups.

Jabri McCall | Martin Luther King (Pa.) HS | 6-2 | 2016
When McCall was able to get to the rim, he was able to show off some smooth moves to finish the basket. On the other end, the sophomore impressed with his on-ball defense.

Darius Webster | Business of Sports (N.Y.) School | 6-5 | 2016
Webster used his long arms to become a menace on the defensive end, altering shots left and right while swatting away a handful of others.

Michael Watkins | Roselle, N.J. | 6-0 | 2018
In an overtime period, Watkins put on display some good crossover moves to lose his defender and make a beeline towards the hoop.

Nysier Brooks | Archbishop Carroll (Pa.) | 6-10 | 2017
Brooks’ length and shot-blocking ability was a huge deterrent for players trying to score in the paint all day.

Nick Craig | Cortland (N.Y.) | 6-3| 2016
Craig had his shot going on today as he consistently knocked down open shots for his team. Showing off a pretty choke and a solid effort on defense, Craig gave very selfless contributions in ways that helped his squad in a major way.

Steve Jordan | Conwell-Egan | 5-5 | 2016
Defenders were reluctant to leave this sharpshooter open because the often outcome was a made jump-shot from deep. Despite not having the most fluid handling ability, Jordan found ways to create his own shot using screens and moving without the ball.

Max Wagner | New Hope Solebury-HS (Pa.) | 6-2 | 2016
Wagner’s nice footwork and soft touch in the lane allowed him to finish a number of shots around the rim. He showed great hustle on the glass which in addition to his offensive contributions.

Sedee Keita | Vermont Academy (Vt.) | 6-8 | 2016
Keita Was quite the serviceable big man that set a number of screens to free up his teammates. He wasn’t the most potent scoring but he did do a nice job cleaning up the glass and converting shots inside when open.

Tremont Waters | South Kent (Ct.) | 5-9 | 2017
Poised and under control just about sum up BLANK’s play today. The guard did a great job directing his team on offense and finding ways to put the ball in the basket whether he was doing it himself or assisting to teammates.

Vaughn Covington | Neumann-Goretti (Pa.) | 6-0 | 2016
Covington showcased his full repertoire on the third day of camp as he exhibited not just his ability to knock down open jump-shots, but also demonstrated a nice penetrate and finish ability as well.

Trevor Jackson | Reading (Pa.) | 5-5 | 2018
What made Jackson standout was his high motor on the court. Throughout the day he set solid screens, fought for every rebound and was able to space the floor. When you add in his ability to knock down some key jumpers it was clear he had earned a spot on this list.

Kai Burdine | Reading (Pa.) | 5-7 | 2018
Burdine, another of Reading’s rising eighth graders on this list, exhibited a good handle on Day Three and his court awareness and knack for making the good pass helped keep the ball moving. While averaging 10 points and four assists in today’s games Burdine was also solid on the defensive end of the floor.

Jordan Thomas | M.S. 61 (N.Y.) | 6-2 | 2017
On Day Three Thomas exhibited a complete all-around game. Strong at taking it to the basket, at times jumping through anyone on the way, and grabbing rebounds allowed the rising-freshman to average 20 points and 10 boards.

Boubacar Kamissoko | Hudson Catholic (N.J.) | 5-11 | 2017
A smooth slasher with a nice mid-range jumper, Kamissoko netted 13 points in his team’s one win on the day.

Kevin Davis | Namesmond River (Va.) | 5-11 | 2017
The athletic Davis averaged 12 points, eight boards and three blocks on the day. The numbers came thanks to his ability to finish strong around the basket and his solid play on the defensive end of the floor.

LeAndre Washington | Teaneck (N.J.) | 6-0 | 2017
Possibly the best scorer on his team, when he is running on a fast break he seems to just blow by everyone. A large reason he averaged 16 points a game on Day Three was the fact that whenever he got close to the basket he always seemed to finish.

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