Reebok Headliner Camp
May 17, 2011
By: Robert Sumpter
This past weekend, 84 for 32 Hoops in injunction with Reebok hosted their third Reebok Headliner camp in
Winter Park lost the top rated player in the nation last year in Duke signee Austin Rivers but they will still be one of the best teams in the state behind 2012 guard/forward BillydeeWilliams. At 6’5 Williams already has a college body and can score at will. He is one of the more athletic players in the state who can dominate inside and out and can shoot the three with ease. Williams averaged close to 30 points in the camp and dominated everyone he went up against.
Orlando Dr. Phillips rising junior guard Rashawn Powell proved to the rest of the state why he is considered one of the fastest rising players in the nation. Powell was simply unstoppable all weekend. His ability to get to the basket at will and make smart decisions makes him one of the top rated players for the class of 2013.
Players to Watch for this Summer
Kishawn Williamson is another one of the states hidden talent. At 6’6 the Tallahassee Godby forward was able to score inside and showed a nice touch from behind the three point line.
Jacksonville Paxon wing forward Cameron Naylor is a player who with a solid summer can really improve his stock as a prospect. He has touch from the outside and can also bang in the post.
Beau Beech of Ponte Vedra was the one prospect that may have raised his stock more than any other prospect. Beech is 6’6 guard who can handle the ball and can score from any place on the court.
The Next Generation
Zachary Johnson of
At 6’6 225lbs
In’s and Outs
Lookout for Dr. Phillips rising junior Tyriefe. He’s a combo guard who is effective from mid range and isn’t afraid to get to the basket.
Watch out for 2015 forward Jason Baxter. He’s young and has raw talent but at 14 he’s already 6’6 and could grow another four inches.
6’5 junior Trevon Young looked as if he has dropped some of his baby fat and was able to move around better. He is a player to look for during the summer.
Top five players for the
Once again the Reebok Headliner camp proved to be one of the best camps in the state giving an opportunity for many players to showcase their talents and get a shot to play amongst the big boys across the nation. Thanks again to Ryan Delafield and the entire 84 for 32 Hoops organization for a very well run camp.
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