(L) 2015 P Quaylon Newton of Bryan, TX was the most polished big man. He competed hard, had a great motor and showed nice post footwork for a youngster.
(R) 2016 Adrian Lawson Jr. of Bryan could be the best long range prospect of the bunch. Has a nice frame and can do a wide array of things, but he has to go harder.
(L) 2014 PG Keenan Brooks of Snoook, TX was the most finished product at the camp. He is a freshman, but he’s got lots of growing to do as you can see by his baby face. He shot the three, got his team mates involved and was a superior floor general.
(R) 2016 PG Jhacobe Cochran of Fort Worth, TX had the best speed burst at camp. He got to the rim by simply blazing past most defenders. Needs to tighten up his shot selection and incorporate his left hand into his game. Great attitude.
(L) 2016 Julian “Sugar” Miranda of Duncanville, TX had the sweetest passes, bar none. A smallish guard who sometimes got bullied defensively by bigger guys but on offense he knew how to run a team and almost always finished in transition with some slick move to allow a team mate an easy layup. Hustled and dove on the floor numerous times during the day.
(R) 2016 SG Tre Pullian of Bryan lit it up all day long. The most consistent shooter at camp.
Best of luck to all these youngsters as they continue to pursue their dreams.-Coach Max Ivany