July 9, 2006
Noopy talks college
At just 6-foot-1, 170-pounds, Anthony Crater is one of the smallest players at this week's ABCD Camp in Teaneck, N.J. But the super-quick point guard from Flint, Mich. just might be the best pure point guard in the camp and has scouts and college coaches buzzing about his playmaking ability.
Crater is close to leading the camp in assists, but isn't scoring nearly as much as some other point guards. But that is just fine with college coaches, who have lamented the lack of passing of many of the guards at the ABCD Camp.
Crater has been named the best guard to come out of Flint, Mich., since Mateen Cleeves by Rivals.com's Michigan prep site, and is likely going to be ranked among the nation's top 50 players in 2008 when the new rankings are unveiled.
He recently traveled to Louisville with his teammate Darquavis Tucker for an unofficial visit.
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