Day Two Standouts
After a brief first day of camp, day two brought about a broader opportunity for players to make a name for themselves. Nine new players from the field of over 300 stood out on Wednesday. Meanwhile, returning day one standout, Ioannis Tsormpatzogou, kept the gym buzzing.
Ahunna Okoko - 2019 - Valley Stream - 46
Best described as a “slasher,” Okoko showed strong ball handling skills on day two of camp. Long and lanky, the rising Senior was active offensively and defensively.
Ioannis Tsormpatzogou - 2020 - Greece - 137
It was another strong day of camp for Tsormpatzogou, who was mentioned in the our day one standouts post. The Greek product continued to attack the glass on defense, and spaced the floor on the offensive end.
Amir Pettiford - 2018 - Believe Academy - 77
Measuring in at 6’4, Pettiford does not boast the length of some of the taller campers. Still, the Memphis native manages to get to the glass with ease, which allows him to pull down boards on both sides of the ball and finish at the rim.
David Kamwanga - 2020 - Lancaster Catholic - 179
A skilled big with great footwork, Kamwanga showed an ability to block shots and finish in traffic. At 6’6, the rising junior showed the athleticism necessary to rip down boards and run the floor.
Robbie Beran - 2019 - Collegiate School - 280
Beran used his length to assert himself on the court, and punctuated his aggressiveness with a breakaway dunk on day two of camp. Just under 7 feet tall, Beran is known to be a physical presence on the glass, and is a scoring threat from anywhere on the floor.
Wesley Butler - 2019 - Reading High School - 64
A product of Reading PA, Butler made himself right at home on the court. The 6’1 guard showed an impressive mid-range jumper and the ability to play lockdown perimeter defense.
Isaiah Melvin - 2020 - Uniontown High School - 228
Melvin made a name for himself in the transition game. A long and athletic native of Uniontown, PA, Melvin stretched the floor and finished strong at the rim.
Ahmad Diallo - 2018 - IMG Academy - 74
Diallo’s displayed an ability to block shots and use his length to generate opportunities for himself and his teammates. The 6’1 guard was a knock down shooter from mid-to-long range and played with high energy.
Loginn Norton - 2019 - James River High School - 275
A rising senior, Norton showed a propensity for getting shots to fall from the perimeter. His ability to score off catch and shoot opportunities was particularly impressive.
Aaron Davis - 2019 - Valley Stream South High School - 51
What Davis lacks in height, he makes up for in speed, ball handling and elusiveness. Listed at 5’10, the rising senior showed the ability to drive the rim, or pull up for a sweet jumper from mid-to-long range.
Omari Wyands - 2019 - Frank McCourt - 133
Wyands showed off a unique skill set on the second day of camp, pairing a great mid-to-long range jumped with the ability to finish at the rim. The rising Senior has the tools to be an well rounded offensive threat.