Notes from U of D Mercy’s Team Camp

18 Jun

Josh McFolley (2015 Mt. Clemens/Michigan Hurricanes 16U PG)- Josh showed the ability to hit threes from all sides of the court, whether they were off the dribble or of the catch. Made some nice finishes through contact in the open court. Will pair along nicely with Jermaine Jackson Jr. next year for the Bathers.

Darrell Davis (2014 Detroit Douglass/Michigan Hurricanes 17U combo guard)- Darrell was one of the more crafty players at the camp. Davis took players off the dribble to the hole with different spin moves and ball handling moves. Finished in traffic a few times and kept defenders honest with a perimeter jump shot.

Cassius Winston (2016 U of D Jesuit/ The Family 15U PG)- One of the state’s most coveted freshmen, Winston proved why he recently picked up a Michigan State offer. One thing Cassius wanted to improve on this summer was strength, and it looked like he already has. Winston a few times just bullied his way to the basket with little resistance. But what makes Cassius unique is his high basketball IQ. He made the extra pass and saw the play before the play even happened. Has all the tools to be a national recruit for the class of 2016.

Tyron Hamby (2014 Romulus Guard)- Hamby proved to be a hard nosed defender for his opponents today. Coming away with multiple steals that led to easy bucket for the Eagles. Tyron also has nice bounce and athleticism throwing down a couple highlight worthy dunks.

Miles Bridges (2016 Flint Southwestern Wing)- Just by being on the court creates match-up problems. The kid looks like a football player on the court. Bridges likes to use his physical advantage to out muscle smaller defender down low, which also helps him rebound at a high level. But put a bigger forward on him, than he will just go around him. The next star out of Flint has arrived.

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