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September 30, 2007
Sunday at Team Florida Camp
CLEARWATER, Fla. - The youngsters rolled into the Team Florida Exposure Camp on Sunday, and Okaro White stood out as the best prospect amongst the sophomores and freshmen.
Okaro White 2010- A long and athletic combo forward, White was a factor all over the court with his aggressive play. A multi-position defender, White also has the potential to play multiple positions offensively. He had flashes on Sunday, where he handled the ball with speed and composure. He also showed a promising ability to score in the midrange and create his own shot.
William Sheehay 2010- A 6-foot-4 wing player, Sheehay appears to have a couple more inches in him. His basketball IQ is at the top of the charts, and he has the diversified skill set to turn his knowledge into plays. Although his game is based on his high skill level, Sheehay also displayed an impressive nose for the ball. Getting stronger is critical for Sheehay to be able to finish plays against more athletic players.
James Bell 2010- Perhaps the best athlete at the event, Bell is a terrific finisher attacking the basket going right. His shooting stroke is improving, but he still has room for improvement in his ball handling and passing. But Bell's athleticism and scoring ability alone is enough to make him a high-major prospect.
Milton Geddes 2010- An extremely long lefty at 6-foot-7, Geddes impacted the game around the basket on both ends of the court. He blocked shots and grabbed rebounds outside of his area. Primarily scoring off offensive rebounds, Geddes also make some jump hooks and mid-range shots. If he continues to improve his strength and skill level, Geddes can develop into a high-major prospect.
Dennis Mavin 2010- A competitive point guard, Mavin played well on both sides of the ball. His strength with the ball is impressive, and he has a knack for creating scoring opportunities off the dribble. Improving his outside shoot is key for his development as a prospect.
Tylisman Armstrong 2010- Another long athlete at the event, the 6-foot-7 Armstrong displayed a lot of potential. He was active around the basket and runs well. It looks like he is just coming into own as a high-major prospect.
John Paul Gonzalez 2010- A talented prospect with a great deal of potential, Gonzalez loves to shoot jumpers off his left hand dribble and has a strong overall feel for creating his shot. A thin, but athletic 6-foot-5, Gonzalez does need to add more physical toughness to his game.
Patrick Konan 2010- A physical wing player, Konan plays with a nice blend of energy and skill. He does a great job of handling contact in the lane and can knock down the jumper as well. However much the 6-foot-5 athlete improves his ball handling will have a lot to do with how high he can raise his stock as a prospect.
Michael Ammons 2011- A quality high-major prospect, Ammons is a skilled and physical wing. Ammons, who has a solid all around game, is most comfortable scoring the ball in the midrange. Close to the 6-foot-5 range, Ammons stock will continue to rise in pace with the current development of his perimeter skills.
Breon Dixon 2011- A long, raw talent, Dixon has a lot of promise. Active and productive around the basket. Dixon, like many of the young prospects at the camp, needs to build up his body and improve his skills with the ball.
Scottie Wilbeken 2011- Very skilled with the basketball, Wilbeken is also a very intelligent point guard. His outside shot does have room for improvement, but Wilbeken plays very low to the ground and is hard to keep out of the lane.