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2018 Future All-American Day 2 Standouts

By Kaitlyn Fedor

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Luke Williamson (2021, Suffolk VA): During our afternoon sweatshop, Williamson’s hard work and determination stood out. He was one of the few players that wanted to be there and get better. During the drills he was asked to demonstrate for everyone and did not falter. One can admire the perseverance from this player. 

Jon Kuminga (2021, Huntington WV): Ranked #3 in the 2021 class, it is no surprise that he would excel at camp. Standing at 6’7 Kuminga is a freak athlete. He moves very well for his size and showed us he can dunk the ball in a wide array of ways. This player is big time and watch for him to continue to show the rim who’s boss

Zion Harmon (2021, Benton KY): The 2021 guard straight out of Kentucky is ranked number 8 in his class and is huge weapon on offense. Harmon’s versatility gives him a huge advantage taking on defenders. In his afternoon game sets he shot the ball well from 3 and got to the rack at ease. His lightning quick speed make him almost impossible to guard. This player is something special to watch.

Dior Johnson (2022, Saugerties NY): The 6’1 guard had a great showing on Day 2. Johnson torched a couple of players with his lightning quick handles to get to the rim and finish with a nice touch at the basket. Johnson has a good sense of body control and does well changing the pace of his game. This score first guard just might be the next big thing.

Zaakir Williamson (2021, Philadelphia PA): in Williamson afternoon game set he helped his team to overcome a 12 point deficit and win in overtime. Standing at 6’6 the big man is aggressive and utilizes his physicality very well to give himself open looks at the basket. His size gave him the opportunity to make some big stops for his team as well that would eventually lead to their victory. Great game from the 2021 big.

Carlos Alexander (2022, Baltimore MD): The Baltimore native had a very impressive afternoon set. Alexander could not be stopped getting to the rim. He displayed a nice touch off the glass and great vision for the game. It was almost as if he would see plays before they would happen. The 2022 guard turned a couple of heads on Day 2.

Amare Marshall (2021, Montclair NJ): The 2021 guard lit up the court in his afternoon game set. Driving to get easy lay ups and thrive in transition, Marshall helped his team to come back from down 12 and win in OT. His ability to penetrate and draw the defense was a huge factor in the come back and led to a lot of assists and points from the 6’3 guard.

Efton Reid (2021, Richmond VA): Standing at 6’11 the Richmond native is a force to be reckoned with in the paint. His size and length make him a dangerous defender and an even better scorer. In his game sets on day 2 he abused the rim with monster dunks. He displays good footwork around the rim and a nice touch. He is a work horse on the boards and came up with a few key rebounds to help his team to some wins on Day 2.

Alexis Reyes (2021, Boston MA): Alexis Reyes is one of the highest potential players at this week's camp. Standing at 6'5+ with long arms, Reyes uses his size to be a major mismatch on the perimeter. He has been a consistent playmaker for his teammates and is shooting the ball at a high level.