2018 Future All-American Day 3 Standouts

By Kaitlyn Fedor

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John Camden (2021, West Chester PA): the 2021 wing has impressed all camp but he reallyt put on a show this morning. Showing his ability to score on all three levels, he has made a name for himself as an Elite Shooter. He uses his length effectively giving him a huge advantage for getting to basket with ease. Great game from the 6’6 forward

Jack Molloy (2021, Mount Hermon MA): Molloy continued to show his hot hand for shooting during his game sets today. In the afternoon game, he could not miss. His size helps him get to the basket at will and is a work horse on the boards

Daeshon Shepherd (2021, Warminster PA): The champion of our 2018 dunk contest, Shepherd showcased his bounce when he dunked over BOTH a 6’11 and a 6’6 big man to earn a perfect score by our judges. Shepherd performance translated to his games as he proved his versitility. This kid has an eye for the game and can make difficult passes to put his teammate in scoring positions. Shepherd electrified the gym on Day 3.

Kyle Hicks (2022, West Newton MA): This guy is a freak athlete. On Day 3, he displayed tremendous athleticism to throw down some monster dunks for his team. Hicks can pass and shoot the ball well which came up Big his afternoon game sets.

Taquan Woodley (2021, Philadelphia PA): In his afternoon game set, the 6’5 power forward did it all. Woodley could not be stopped in the paint and anyone who drove on him was getting their ball sent to the stands. Woodley was involved in a lot of key plays to get his team the win on Day 3.

Drissa Traore (2021, Brookeville NY): In his game sets on Thursday afternoon the NY native put on an impressive scoring display. Throwing the ball down with authority and getting offensive boards to give his team second chance points, Traore couldn’t be stopped. Great day for the 2021 big.

Alexis Reyes (2021 Boston MA): In his afternoon game sets the 2021 forward excelled. Playing great defense and even better offense. This is a guy that shoot the ball well and when he needs to can use his size to drive and get to the basket. Great day for the forward.

Roosevelt Wheeler (2021, Richmond VA): The 6’11 big is something special and almost impossible to guard in the paint. His height gives him a huge advantage to bring down boards and turn them into points. He displayed an impressive set of post moves and a soft touch around the rim on day 3 of Future All American. Great day for the 2021 big.

Quadir Pettaaway (2021, Newport VA): The 6’1 guard was an impact player in his team's win tonight. His hard work and grit paid off in the end and he would lead them to win behind a nice couple of points. The 2021 guard is a floor general and controls the tempo of the game. This player has a lot of potential to be great. 

Sterling Jones (2021, Middle Village NY): Jones can play both sides of the floor and can get it done at both ends. Whether it’s knocking down shots or being a pesky defender he is difficult to get past. On the offensive side of the ball he is a floor general and can shift the defense anyway he wants. In his afternoon game sets he took to the basket well and added a couple of key assists for his team.