D1 Nation All American Prodigy Camp: Best of the Rest

Listed below in alphabetical order are the Best of the Rest @ the October 2nd Fall All American Prodigy Camp held at Concordia University:

Left: 2014 Edward Adams of Schertz Clemons

Adams showed great balance & a nice pull up jumper for a freshman.
Right: 2015 P C.J. Bobbitt of Killeen Harker Heights
The son of Harker Height Coach Celnique Bobbitt showed nice skill and range on his shot for a young big man.  he had a great first half of camp before cramps shut him down.

Left: 2015 Demarius Cress of Killeen
Young Cress is a smooth operator with the rock, and is not afraid to mix it up with older players.
Right: 2013 Zeke Horton of Fort Wort Worth Boswell
Boswell may need to tighten up his decision making with his shot, BUT you cannot fault his work ethic and desire to compete.  He gives 100% at all times, crashing around the court.

2013 Dylan Larson of New Braunfels
Larson is a gritty, get it done combo guard.  Has nice court awareness and is not afraid to take it to the goal.
2011 Josh Moore of Doyline (LA)
Patterson was clearly one of the more athletic guys at camp.  Good skill set, but needs to rev that motor on a regular basis.

Left: 2013 Tyler Pate of Port Aransas
Pate had a pretty jumper, competed hard and showed nice promise.
Right: 2012 Zachary Rosanova of Austin Waldorf
Rosanova tested out as being super quick.  He’s still acquiring basketball skills, but he will bang with anybody.  He often outrebounded bigger players.


Left: 2013 G Collin Tubbs of Dripping Springs
Simple and to the point.  Tubbs is one of the best shooters in the Austin area.
Right: 2011 Adam Whitlock of Austin St. Michael’s
Good grades, nice basketball body & a sweet perimeter shot makes Whitlock an attractive college level candidate.  Must continue to become less one dimensional and get to the hole.


2015 Kevin Owens of Cedar Park
Young Owens continues to work hard on his game and develop.  He’ll be one of the better face up bigs in the Austin area when all is said and done.
2015 Martin Shaquir of Killeen Ellison
Shaquir is a true diamond in the rough.  He’s long, and loves to compete against older players.  He’s going to get his share of rebounds.  You can write that down, in ink!


I want to thank all the players who attended.  Please remember that these evaluations are a SNAPSHOT of your efforts over the weekend at camp.  If you’ve received an accolade, keep working hard.  If you didn’t then keep working hard to and make me stand up and take notice!  Until next time….Coach Max Ivany

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