Future All-American Camp Day Two Standouts - Johnson, Oweh & more make statements

By Pat Lawless

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Dior Johnson | Class of 2022

Dior Johnson drew some of the biggest crowds here at the Future All-American Camp and he lived up to the hype. He is very dynamic off the bounce and as the day went on he began to knock down shots. Johnson is one of the best guards in 2022 in the nation and showed why today.

Abdou Halil-Barre | Class of 2022

Halil-Barre has made huge strides with his game in the past year. He is starting to utilize his athleticism in a big way with electric dunks as well as defensively. He may end up being one of the biggest breakout players throughout the event.

Otega Oweh | Class of 2022

Class of 2022 wing Otega Oweh has had quite the start to FAA with stellar play both on Day 1 and Day 2. He is showing off his athleticism with big-time plays to the basket along with the open floor. The Rutgers Prep product brings great energy and is another breakout player candidate.

Chance Westry | Class of 2022

Chance Westry didn’t waste much time showcasing his guard skills with impressive plays off the bounce. He has shown both an ability to score as well as get guys involved. Westry already holds multiple high major offers and it looks like that list will continue to grow.

Quadir Copeland | Class of 2022

Quadir Copeland made a statement in the afternoon games yesterday as he put together some of the best scoring performances throughout FAA thus far. Copeland has done it all on the offensive end and is one of the toughest matchups in attendance.

Josh Rogosich | Class of 2022

The 2022 combo guard from North Carolina shot the lights out of it today, beat guys off the dribble and found his teammates. He showed a good balance of being assertive, while still making the right plays.

Elijah Duval | Class of 2024

Elijah Duval may just be a member of the class of 2024, but he didn’t play like it on Monday. Duval has things you can’t teach with high-level speed and athleticism but also was great at getting to the rim with a number of dribble moves. He is fun to watch and will have a good amount of attention coming his way in the near future.

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