Elite Session Two Day 2 Standouts - Bakare, Chenery, Randolph and more shine
Adetokumbo Bakare | Class of 2020
Bakare was billed as one of the top scorers at Elite session two and he definitely lived up to that claim on day two. Bakare scored off the bounce and knocked down numerous shots from deep. He has plenty of division one schools keeping an eye on him and they would have been happy with what they saw from him in yesterday’s action.
Andres Marrero | Class of 2021
Marrero scored with ease in the morning games. He does a great job getting to the basket with his crafty play off the bounce. He is a capable shooter and showed good flashes of getting his teammates involved. He is going into his junior year and will have another year under his belt to develop.
Jamir Watkins | Class of 2020
Watkins has a lot of attention being drawn his way with him being one of the top prospects at camp. Watkins played to his high level athleticism & physicality around the basket. He has always had potential and now he is starting to turn what was once flashes into consistent play.
Marcus Randolph | Class of 2021
Marcus Randolph had one of the best scoring performances throughout the week in the afternoon. Randolph was hard to stop as he played to his versatility & knack for scoring. He created space off the dribble and consistently knocked down shots. He is a prospect that should see a lot more attention coming his way in the next year.
AJ Lopez | Class of 2020
NYC native AJ Lopez made a lot of noise during the June team camps and has continued his high level play here at Elite Session two. Lopez is a very dynamic player when driving to the rim and had a variety of impressive finishes. He is starting to receive more attention from division one schools and it looks like that will continue.
Malik Holland | Class of 2020
Holland did a good job of stretching out the floor with his size and how he knocked down shots from deep. Holland has gradually improved as the camp has gone. There has been a decent amount of hype surrounding him and showed why on Saturday night.
Sean James | Class of 2020
Sean James showed excellent poise and playmaking ability on Saturday. The class of 2020 guard displayed a great feel for the game as he found his teammates and scored the ball with real ease. James is a high academic kid who has growing interest from a variety of schools.
Tymu Chenery | Class of 2020
Chenery has been very hard to stop as he is one of the toughest matchups throughout Elite session two. He stands 6’6” and is scoring on the perimeter and around the basket at a very high rate. Chenery still has so much more room to grow and is a prospect to keep track of as he finishes his high school career up.