Day Two Standouts
After an abbreviated first day of camp, day two brought about a longer period for athletes to make an impression. But with 100 tryout teams whittled down to 58 groups, the competition was fierce.
John Bol Ajak - 2019 - Westtown - 339
With offers in hand from basketball powerhouses like Georgetown, Syracuse and Villanova, the rising senior’s talent is evident. The 6’10 big can create shots for himself, and displays a mature presence in the paint with both his footwork and his ability to finish.
Supreme Cook - 2019 - East Orange - 229
At 6’7, Cook makes up for his lack of mass by using his length to grab rebounds and shoot over defenders. His lanky frame also helps him run the floor well in transition.
Doug Edert - 2019 - Bergen Catholic - 94
The 6’2 guard made his mark with a smooth jumper and a willingness to share the ball. The Jersey product was also active on defense which helped to round out his game.
Gob Gabriel - 2019 - Bradford Christian - 127
Brother of University of Kentucky star Wenyen Gabriel, Gob possess much of his brother's attributes. A lanky 6’7 forward, the rising senior’s length helps him post up in the paint and shoot over defenders from mid-range.
Sean Yoder - 2019 - Pennridge - 396
Yodler is at his best when he’s dishing the ball to his teammates, but his ability to find a lane and get to the basket makes him a duel threat. This unique blend of offensive skills helps the rising senior thrive at point guard.
Jonathan Delgado - 2019 - Hudson Catholic - 220
An undersized guard, Delgado is fearless with the ball in his hands. At 5’9, the rising senior possess great ball handling skills and sees the floor well. He can drive the lane and finish among taller defenders, or knock down mid-range jumpers.
Kobe Antwi - 2020 - Crestwood Prep - 467
The rising junior plays a physical brand of basketball on the offensive end, but isn’t afraid to expand his shot from beyond the arc. With the ball in his hands so much, it was no surprise that the Ontario native displays great handles and footwork.
Adetokumbo Bakare - 2020 - St. Benedicts Prep - 193
Bakare plays lockdown defense from the perimeter and uses quick hands to keep the ball handlers alert. At 6’2, Bakare can create chances in the arc and finish strong at the rim.
Christian Adams - 2019 - Hamden Hall Country Day - 437
The rising senior revealed himself to be a skilled scorer on day two of camp. Adams paired a great jump shot with an ability to run the floor and finish in transition. With quickness and height, Adams is capable of guarding multiple positions.
Ashley James - 2019 - Green Runs High School
James uses his quickness to excel on both ends of the floor. With the ball in his hands, James’ quick first step allows him to blow past defenders in one-on-one match-ups. On defense, his speed makes him tough for ball handlers shake.