BUFORD, Ga. – The Elite Basketball Academy (EBA) Top 40 Workout is quickly becoming a staple of both the spring and fall individual camp circuit. With multiple national evaluators on hand, competitive game and skill development sessions to go along with broadcasts powered by SUVtv, there isn’t a better stage inside the Peach State for college prospects to showcase their talent. Here’s a look at some of the standout prospects from Team 4 inside the Workout:
***EBA Top 40 Spring Workout will be March 8, 2015
Kyvon Davenport of Gainesville, Ga., made his presence felt yet again here. The athletic post option is a shot eraser around the rim and did just that in his third EBA event of the calendar year. The biggest plus for Davenport long-term is that he’s coachable and always engaged in what is going on.
It’s hard not to like Dakota Holtzclaw of Cumming, Ga. Even if he’s giving the team you are coaching fits matchup wise, his skill set and energy make it easy to appreciate his game. He’s one to keep an eye on for colleges needing a wing in this class.
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Theodore Benn Jr. of Lawrenceville, Ga., is a strong-framed off the ball guard. He showed himself as a capable lane slasher during gameplay here.
Tariq Jenkins of Rex, Ga., showed himself capable of serving as a primary ball handler here. In addition he played some of off the ball as well and is a versatile option at the guard position. Jenkins even got into the lane off of the bounce here.
Marckel McCollum of Duluth, Ga., is a steady guard who was noteworthy in his first appearance at an EBA Camp.
Kendrick Simmons of Homer, Ga., has found the way to our staff’s good side essays on censorship by almost always being in the right place at the right time playing both guard positions depending on the matchup and need.
Bartus Taylor of Lawrenceville, Ga., has a build suited to be effective at the power forward position. On a quality team, Taylor did a good job of picking his spots to try and assert himself. He ran the floor well in transition and even defended on the perimeter.
Kevon Tucker of Dacula, Ga., was a standout here with his size and his strength attacking the basket. Like Holtzclaw, Tucker’s game is enjoyable even if you wind up on the wrong end of the scoreboard. essay on my dream profession
Watch out for Justin Watson of Powder Springs, Ga., over the next six months. He showed us that he is a high IQ guard even making crisp cuts to the basket on inbounds sets here. There’s plenty of upside for the sophomore guard.
Brandon Clay is the Executive Camp Director of the Elite Basketball Academy and the owner of Brandon Clay Scouting. Clay is also the owner of Peach State Basketball, Inc., and ProspectsNation.com. He serves Director of Scouting for the OTRHoopsReport.com National Scouting Report. Clay has been involved in the community since 2001 as an evaluator, event operator and trainer. You can reach him at BrandonClay@PeachStateBasketball.com