Elite Session Two Day 1 Standouts - Watkins, McFarlane, Armstrong and more shine
Jamir Watkins | Class of 2020
Jamir Watkins is one of most highly regarded prospects at elite session two and he backed that up on day one. Watkins utilized his athleticism and physicality around the basket, but also stepped it out and knocked down shots from deep.
Sean Hansen | Class of 2020
Hansen played to his strengths with his play around the basket, but also showed he is capable of knocking down shots out to the three point line. He had multiple schools into watch him and he definitely left them impressed.
Vernon Simmons | Class of 2020
Eagle Academy’s Vernon Simmons was great in the open floor and made plays happen on the defensive end. He brought great intensity and was one of the most active players in day one’s action. Simmons is an under the radar player to watch.
Rahsool Diggins | Class of 2021
Diggins’ shined from start to finish and made numerous plays for himself and his teammates. He got into the lane consistently and hit high level shots. The class of 2021 point guard showed great poise and controlled the pace of the game whenever he was on the floor.
Scott Woodring | Class of 2020
Class of 2020 big man Scott Woodring from Waverly (NY) made the right plays on a consistent basis. He showed great instincts and was at the right place at the right time. The Waverly product knows his role and excelled at it on Day 1.
Roger McFarlane | Class of 2020
Roger McFarlane was one of the top scorers at camp as he found his way to the basket on numerous occasions. He was tough to keep up with off the bounce with his elite athleticism. He is definitely one to watch the rest of the week.
Mark Armstrong | Class of 2022
Class of 2022 guard Mark Armstrong may be one of the younger prospects in attendance, but it didn’t show with his play on Day 1. He scored the ball with ease with his well-rounded skill set.
Aidan Burrell | Class of 2020
Class of 2020 guard Aidan Burrell made a lot of noise on day 1 of camp. The Albuquerque, New Mexico native put everyone on notice with how he hit shots from three. Burrell went from an under the radar prospect to a known one today.