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 southeastern region for college prospects to showcase their talent. Here’s a look at some of the standout prospects from Team 5 inside the Workout:
***EBA Top 40 Spring Workout will be March 8, 2015
Anthony Haskins of Lawrenceville, Ga., essay on my country pak played in his third EBA Camp of 2014 here. He looked as comfortable as he has in any event to date. Haskins, who is still uncommitted, made his presence felt on both ends of the floor and should shine for Central Gwinnett coach Branden Mayweather this season.
Jalen Hodges of Snellville, Ga., is a steady hand with or without the basketball. He’s more than capable of making a play to create a scoring opportunity for his teammates as her did here at the Workout or finishing himself.
Joshua Faulkner of Lawrenceville, Ga., showed us shooting range our beyond the 3-point line here. He’ll bring that ability as well as essay editing service that of a play maker to the Berkmar High line-up on a nightly basis this winter.
Sha Powell of Hoschton, Ga., was productive in the spring version of the Top 40 Workout leaving us no reason to believe that he wouldn’t be the same in this setting. Powell is a threat to attack the lane to score at any time.
Zezmon Steeple of Homer, Ga., showed himself as a speedy option at the point guard position. After spending the fall playing football, Steeple came out here ready to get back into the swing of leading a team. His end-to-end speed makes him a player to keep an eye on.
DeMierre Black essay writing discount of Marietta, Ga., is a young guard who was able to hold own in a gym with prospects a year or two older than him. We expect him to be a guy that Hillgrove will look for to lead them into the future.
Jalen Hillery of Lawrenceville, Ga., showed himself as a sharp shooter once again like he did at the All-American Camp in September. Hillery’s size and youth make him a prospect worth tracking at Central Gwinnett this season.
Kevin Kayongo of Lawrenceville, Ga., is a young prospect who showed us that he’s more than capable of player either forward position long term. He plays with energy and activity making dialogue essay him a constant threat around the basket.
Desmond Simpson of Cleveland, Tenn., showed both physical and skill development growth in between the All-American Camp and the Workout. He’s an intriguing prospect whose best days of basketball are a ways away as he fills out.
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