Junior Future All-American Day 2 Standouts

It’s been quite the eventful day at Future All-American camp! Several players showed off their skills at Albright College Monday, and here are some who stood out during their action on the courts throughout campus:

Cole Mitchell | 2021 PF | New Market, MD

Mitchell displayed his versatility during day two both inside and out. The stretch power forward can both score in the low post and step out to knock down jump shots. Mitchell is a strong, physical presence on the inside, and made it difficult for the opposition to move him. Mitchell is one to watch for the future as he continues to get stronger and develop his post game. Already at 6’2”, he has the tools and size required to be a wing or stretch forward

Favorite Player: Kobe Bryant

Shane Dezonie | 2021 SG | Bryn Mawr, PA

Dezonie is one of the camp’s top athletes, and he showed why on day two. Getting to every loose ball, using his long frame to force turnovers, altering shots, and finishing in the crowded paint. Dezonie offers a lot for his team, including an always hustling mentality and offensive rebounding ability.

Favorite Player: Kyrie Irving

Desean Lecque | 2021 G | Teaneck, NJ

Lecque showed off some prime athleticism and impressive offensive abilities in his games Monday, knocking down a slew of jumpers from all over the court. The rising 8th grader has a high upside and has the kind of versatility that gives defenses fits.

Favorite Player: LeBron James

Issac Gonzalez | 2021 SG | Bronx, NY

This rising 8th grader proved himself to be one of the best pure scorers in the camp on day two. Whether he’s shooting from beyond the arc, the mid-range, or the paint, Gonzalez was effective at putting the ball in the basket. To go along with his scoring abilities, the 5’10” shooting guard is very selective with his shooting and was able to find open teammates on the break when defenders keyed in on him.

Favorite Player: Kyrie Irving

Denver Aglin | 2021 PG | Mt. Hebron, NJ

Aglin showed some impressive toughness, particularly during his night game, driving through physical contact and making his presence felt on both ends. At 5’10” as a rising 8th grader, he certain plays the position of an athletic big very well, expressing agility and strength on both ends of the floor.

Favorite Player: Russell Westbrook

Shane Boyarsky | 2021 SF | Northern Highlands, NJ

Boyarsky, a strong and lanky rising 8th grader, showed off a variety of skills Monday, including a tough low post presence and capable ball handling abilities. He executed the pick and roll very well on multiple plays, showing off just of many examples of his unselfish nature.

Favorite Player: Damian Lillard

(Contributors: Jeff Griffith and Anthony Dabbundo)


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