Monday, November 17, 2014

Adidas Midwest Elite Camp – 2014 – Top Performers – Based on Skills Session, 1-on-1, 3-on-3, and 5-on-5

Below is a post event report highlighting some of the top players at the Adidas Midwest Elite Camp held in Cleveland, Ohio Last week.

Class of 2019 – Alphabetical Order

Mike Bekelja: Solon Middle school, fundamentally sound point guard with excellent
court vision. Shoots the ball very well.

CJ Charleston: St. Rita, an explosive athlete offensively. Is a defensive playmaker, plays with high energy around the basket. Tremendous athlete, and definitely a player to watch.

Ryan Cunningham: Middleburg Heights Junior High, good outside shooter with above average ball handling skills.

Demetrius Evans: Middleburg Heights Junior High, an explosive athlete that rebounds well for his size, an efficient scorer from 15ft in.

Kenny Ganley: Brecksville Middle School, long athletic player with great outside touch. Also finishes around the rim with consistence. Great feel for the game and a very high basketball IQ.

Robert Gray: Memorial School, great one on one player with excellent scoring ability. He can penetrate on the best competition.

Jiovanni Hutchingson: Middleburg Heights Junior High, a long athletic forward with a good mid-range game.

Shubh Khandhadia: St. Margret of York, great all around game with nice work ethic. Will be one of the players to watch in the future.

Greg McGee: Liberty Middle School, provides inside scoring along with being a skilled defender. Is a hustler that does the dirty work.

Devin Myers: Highland Middle School, finishes well around the rim with both hands with a soft touch. Can rebound the ball and has an above average jump shot.

Class of 2020 – Alphabetical Order

Andy Barba: Gilmore Academy, solid shooter with nice range. Gets to the rim with
ease. Was constantly getting deflections with his length.

Brad Colbert: Loveland Middle School, Good defender with great lateral quickness. Can shoot the ball up to 17ft, one of the hardest working kids at the camp.

Montorie Foster Jr.: St. Stanclaus, Crazy quickness with excellent ball handling skills. Unstoppable at getting to the basket. Has a nice shot as well.

Grant Huffman: Harmon Middle School, all around great basketball player. Exceptional ball handling skills, can take you both ways off the dribble. Sneaky and athletic guard with nice touch around the rim. One of the top 20 kids in the state, and the best 2020 player at the camp.

Tevin Jackson: Urban Middle School, short spark plug guard with excellent floor vision. Makes up with his lack of size with hard defensive play. Very intelligent point guard who can handle pressure.

Isaiah Jones: Chamberlin Middle School, athletic wing. Liked his game the more we saw of him.

Quentin Richardson: Milkovich Middle School, quick point guard with nice handles, great floor vision and able to pass with both hands. Can hit the set shot from long range.

Maison Ross: Stow Kimpton Middle School: Long wing who showed sound fundamentals in skills and played tremendously hard the entire day.

Nathan Snipes: long athletic forward who can shoot it from 15ft in. Tremendous upside could be one of the top 7th graders in the state. Has a great feel around the basket.

Josh Wanton: Chamberlin Twinsburg Middle School, Athletic lefty point guard who rebounds extremely well for his size. Nice ball handling skills with killer crossover.

Class of 2021 – In Alphabetical Order

Colin Albert: Woodbury Elementary, very athletic, exciting player to watch. Liked
his game more as he progressed from 3-on-3 into 5-on-5.

Justin Garrett: Woodbury Elementary handles the ball like a yo-yo with offensive play making skills to match.

Jaden Hameed: Lee Eaton Middle School, another long, athletic guard. Highly skilled player who along with Wilson, was at the top of their class at this event.

Sirr Hughs: Woodbury Elementary, great all around player with ball handling skills like Kyrie Irving. Nice athlete can finish with either hand.

Drew Lipowski: Kinsner Elementary, good point guard with straight-line quickness, has the ability get by most guards. Nice jumper with range up to 17ft.

Demari Martin: Pleasant Run Elementary, Another all around fantastic guard with great ball handling skills. Nice change of speed while getting to the rim. Solid shooter from 3 point line in.

Stephan Stanic: Hillside Middle School, big, crafty lefty who is utilizing his size well. Rebounds the ball and runs the floor. Finishes strong with his left hand.

Seth Wilson: Elyria, long, well-built, athletic guard. One of the top players in the camp at any age level. One of the top 5 players in the country for his class. Wilson can do it all, and had no problem scoring at will playing with players one and two years older at this event. An elite player and someone to watch. Has been since the 3rd grade, and he continues to work and improve.

Class of 2022- In Alphabetical Order

Rhece Deboard: Russel Elementary, high-energy player with lock down defense.
Has great floor vision for a kid his age.

Devin Johnson: Berea Midpark, nice player with exceptional ball handling skills. Gets to the basket easily, finishes strong with right hand.

Nathan Kuczmarski: St. Michaels, good player with overall skills to match. 

Mike Lipowski: Kinsner, Hard nose guard that plays the game with a heart like a
lion, lack of height does not interfere with his game.

Jack Wistrcill: Copley Fairlawn Middle School, Has a good all around game. Scores points in bunches. 

Highlight Video

1 comment:

  1. Great to see Demari Martin getting some love. Really like his game, true wing player who can get to the rim, can shot the ball and has nice handles.