Senior Showcase Top Performers: Part II
By Justin Young Hoopseen.com The Senior Showcase was packed with players from the class of 2016 that came to play for an opportunity to earn a scholarship. These five guys were part of our overall top performers from the event. HAFEEZ ANIFOWOSHE, PF, GRAYSON: Several of our coaches called Anifowoshe the best big man in […]
By Justin Young Hoopseen.com
The Senior Showcase was packed with players from the class of 2016 that came to play for an opportunity to earn a scholarship. These five guys were part of our overall top performers from the event.
HAFEEZ ANIFOWOSHE, PF, GRAYSON: Several of our coaches called Anifowoshe the best big man in the camp. He is long and athletic and played well at the rim. The 6-foot-6 forward is also very good in the midrange and found his opportunities to score with jumpers. Anifowoshe was one of the top scorers in camp and finished the day stronger than he started.
AIDEN SAUNDERS, SG, MILLER GROVE: One of the better scores at the camp. The long and athletic guard can score at all three levels and does so with efficiency and high basketball understanding. As a defender, Saunders shined in the camp setting. He’s long and can cover three positions. He’s a solid rebounder with a college frame.
MYLES THOMAS, SF/PF, BAINBRIDGE: The long and lanky stretch four had a great day of work at the Senior Showcase. Thomas is a good shooter for his position and knocked down shots from the mirange and three throughout the camp. Defensively, Thomas blocked a good number of shots and went hard into the post on offense. Thomas has enough intrigue to draw in some low-majors and a host of top of conference Division II schools.
DJ WATERS, CG, SHILOH: Outside of pumping in points, challenging defenders with his brute strength and power and scoring in the paint, Waters earned praise outside of what he did with the ball in his hands. Waters was a leader in word, work and action. He performed very well on the big stage and was one of the best overall players in the camp. Waters shot very well and was incredibly efficient from deep. Physically, he can step into a low-major situation and have success. At the non Division I level, Waters should be a priority at this stage of the game for programs.
COLIN YOUNG, SG, MILLER GROVE: Buckets, buckets and more buckets. The Augusta native and state champ kept the score keepers busy with his antics as a point producer. Young is strong and physical for a guard and finished with contact time and time again. Young was the camp’s leading scorer and did it in a variety of ways. He’s good from deep, strong as an attacker and found ways to get to the foul line and score. Overall, it was a terrific day for the state champ.