Roanoke Top 100: Top Performers

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Our first ever Roanoke Top 100 was a great success, with plenty of players standing out and showing that Mid-Atlantic basketball has some of the top talent on the East Coast! Out of all of the top talent that was on display during the Top 100, here were the Top Performers, given by Roanoke native and Hoop Group Elite Camp Director, Coach Chad Myers!

Resean Bolton | Matoaca HS (V.A.) | 6-2 | 2014
Resean is a quick combo guard that makes plays with the ball in his hands in a variety of ways. Resean is a cabable shooter who also puts a lot of pressure on the defense with his slashing ability.

Nate Jones | Radford HS (V.A.) | 6-3 | 2016
Nate comes from a basketball family with his dad being the head coach at Radford University. Nate shows all the signs of a player with a great basketball mind as well as a player with tremendous upside. He is talented and very long and moves well.

Caleb Tanner | Floyd HS (V.A.) | 6-1 | 2014
Caleb Tanner is one of the best high school scorers no one knows about. This young man has put up over 40 numerous times in his high school career. Caleb is in shooting range when he walks into the gym. This was on display at the Top 100 in Roanoke. Caleb has a chance to be a big time shot maker at the college level.

Bennett Holley | North Cross HS (V.A.) | 6-7 | 2015
Bennett is an interchangeable forward. He can both put the ball on the floor and go by bigger defenders as well as make open shots. His versatility will make him very effective at the next level. Bennett has some great upside.

Guilherme Guimaraes | Miller School (V.A.) | 6-8 | 2014
Guilherme is a skilled post player with a great motor. He has a change to be very effective once his timing catches up with skill set and effort. Guilherme found a way to make basket after basket just by playing extremely hard all day.

Adam Pickett | Stuart Hall (V.A.) | 6-2 | 2015
Adam once again had a great afternoon at the top 100 just like earlier in the fall in Northern Virginia. Adam is a hot name to watch and is gaining more Division 1 interest by the day. His relentless style of attacking the rim puts tremendous pressure on the opposition.

Cager Hicks | Cave Spring HS (V.A.) | 6-5 | 2015
Cager is another coach’s son that has a great feel for the game along with the size to compliment that. Cager can put the ball on the floor and play multiple positions. His versatile offensive game allows him to create miss matches problems for other defenses.

Jeremy Williams | Glenvar HS (V.A.) | 6-2 | 2015
Jeremy is a strong athletic slashing guard with a huge upside. Jeremy had the crowd roaring all day with dunks in traffic and fast break opportunities after jumping in the passing lane for steals. Jeremy is very fast and elusive his stock will only rise as he becomes a better shooter.

Davon Smith | Miller School (V.A.) | 6-1 | 2016
Davon is a name that is starting to create buzz in a lot of scouting services. Davon is an extremely quick and strong guard that has a great feel for the game. He does a great job of not only creating opportunities for himself, but also for others on the offensive end. Davon is an intriguing prospect and I expect big things from him down the road.

Troy Mann | Salem HS (V.A.) | 6-7 | 2014
Troy is a strong 6’7 and 3/4 man right now. He has a chance to be a very good college basketball player. He can really shoot the ball and also has a good feel for the game. Troy can go in and out and is a mismatch problem.

Keith Oddo | North Cross HS (V.A.) | 6-1 | 2015
Keith is a very steady point guard that always plays under great control and with great pace. Keith uses change of pace very well and also is a big time shot maker. Keith will be a very solid and steady PG wherever he lands in college.

Justin Goode | Lord Botetourt HS (V.A.) | 6-2 | 2014
Justin Goode might be one of the most unheard of names of the day which has a chance to be a very good college basketball player. Justin can really fill it up and has good athleticism and speed to go with this. Justin can play both guard spots while he can score it and does in bunches but also very unselfish and gets his teammates involved. He also has a since of toughness which will allow him to be effective on the college level.

Brendan Newton | Faith Christian HS (V.A.) | 7-0 | 2017
Potential, potential, potential. Brendan is the most intriguing prospect of the day he is only a freshman and stands at 7’0 tall. Brendan has a good motor and wants to be good. If this continues he could have a chance to play at a very high level.

Akeem Jones | E.C. Glass HS (V.A.) | 5-5 | 2014
Akeem even though small in stature he made his presence felt all day. He can be a relentless defender and also can really score the ball with great range on his jumper. Akeem will be a solid college player that could really help change the pace of games on both the offensive and defensive ends.

Brody Hicks | Cave Spring HS (V.A.) | 6-3 | 2016
Brody brother of Cager Hicks seems to get better every time he is on the court. This 6’3 wing can do many different things to effect games. Brody makes open shots but also his basketball IQ and good size allow him to be a good defender and player maker for his teammates.

Jake Brahney

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