#PRO Resolution “The Return” Boys – RECAP

’21 Chase Ballard (Lithonia): Possibly the quickest guard at the camp. He has ELITE ball-handling ability and can score anywhere on the court. True definition of #HeartOverHeight. Catching the eye of several D2 & JUCO coaches in the gym. Whoever gets this kid, will not be disappointed! Visit his #PRO Movement profile: Here

22 Christian Yates (Tucker) – A very shifty PG who played well on both sides of the court this weekend. He found his way into the lane almost every possession and would either finish or get fouled. After scoring on offense, he would proceed to turn around and pick up ANYBODY full-court. Very COACHABLE kid who is open for feedback and wants to get better.

’21 Josh Beckham (The King’s Academy): The 6’5″ F/C is a true workhorse that loves to battle inside the paint. Beckham showed the ability to finish strong on the inside as well as stretch the floor and hit the 3. He’s starting to catch the eyes of schools in the USA South and AAC. College coaches looking for depth in their front court… you will love Beckham! Visit his #PRO Movement Recruiting Profile: Here

’23 Brian Brown Jr. (Harrison): One of the youngest kids at the camp, but did not shy away from taking & making BIG SHOTS for his team. Brown was able to use his speed/quickness to get into the lane to create shots for himself and his teammates. He has the tools and the work ethic to become one of the top guards in the state of Georgia, for the class of ‘23.

’23 Wes Walker (Woodville Tompkins): Another underclassman who proved age doesn’t matter on the court. At 6’6”, Walker was able to get a lot of second-chance points off rebounds and made difficult for opposing prospects to get shots off in the paint. The potential is through the roof for this kid!

’22 Stephen Lewis Jr. (Stephenson): Lewis Jr. had a very nice showing at #Resolution. Physically gifted prospect that competes at a very high level. The #PRO staff loved the competitive edge he played with throughout the event. Standing 6’2″, Lewis Jr. proved to be a tough minded prospect that left his imprint on the game in countless ways.

’21 Alex Reives (New Creation): A kid of very few words that lets his game do his talking. A true lead guard that can score on all 3 levels, as well as kick it to his open teammates. When his team needed a bucket, he did not shy away from the biggest moments. A 2x All-Region & All-State PG. 

’22 Maalik Leitch (South Gwinnett): A huge STANDOUT from the showcase. Leitch never let anyone rattle him. He played at his own pace and made the right decisions all day long. Most guards picked him up full court and he was not afraid to turn on the burners and blow by them to get in the lane for one of his high arching floaters. Definitely a sleeper in the class of ‘22. Kid can play at a high level…

’22 Lukas Platauna (Woodville-Tompkins): Platauna played impressed the #PRO staff from game one. He has excellent size for a guard at the next level. With the ability to shoot the 3 and attack the rim, Platauna kept pressure on opposing defenses all day. He also competed on the defensive end of the floor very well.

’21 Rashaad Trice (Oak Park River Forest (IL): A point-forward who let the game come to him. If he doesn’t find a way to score he finds different ways to get effect the game. Whether that be passing, playing defense, or rebounding… Trice was always cheering on his teammates, no matter the score. Anyway he could, he tried to help his team. Nice sized guard who showed flashes of him being able to use his strength and body to finish at the rim. Very solid prospect college coaches should look into.

’21 MJ Taylor (Lee County): One of the best prospects in South Georgia, period. Multiple All-State selections, Region Offensive POY +more… He displayed that impact at #Resolution. Extremely quick and shifty, Taylor can get anywhere he wants on the floor and make the necessary read from there. With the right program, the #PRO staff can see Taylor having this same type of impact on the college level.

’21 Dorrien Douglas (Valdosta): Douglas was a standout from the 1st game and never turned back. A guard with a strong frame and physical toughness, Douglas was able to impose his will on the game with ease. The ability the score on all 3 levels makes him a consistent threat. D2, NAIA & JUCO programs looking for an impact lead guard should be all over this kid.

’22 Avery Marshall (Harrison): Easily on the the best shooters in the camp. 5’10” guard that shoots from ease, 3-5 feet behind the line. Marshall has a strong frame that allows him to absorb contact and compete with bigger guards. Coaches should begin checking in with Marshall, as the #PRO staff projects his stock to rise exponentially. College coaches value ELITE SHOOTING at a premium in 2020.

23 Reese Gelsthorpe (George Walton): Another sophomore that had a very nice showing. The 5’10” guard is an elite 3pt shooter and also has the ability to put the ball on the floor and create. Reese started on Varsity as a freshman and after his showing at #Resolution… you can see why.

’22 Damoni Harrison (Archer): 6’5″ versatile forward that competed hard and guarded multiple positions. Harrison showed the ability to knockdown perimeter shots and get to the rim, proving to be a mismatch for majority of his competition. With two years of high school remaining, his ceiling is extremely high.

’24 Nasir Smith (Grayson): Maybe the most impressive freshman at the camp. Standing 6’3″, Smith was able to physically dominant older competition and display a very versatile skill set. He was getting rebounds, bringing the ball down the floor and then orchestrating offense. Extremely bright future for this young man.

’22 Malcolm Noel (Peachtree Ridge): Noel is a leader and loves the game of basketball. He caught the attention of the #PRO staff within five minutes of drill work. Being vocal and communicating throughout the camp is just who is he. Paired with the fact he is a true floor general. Court vision, attacking the rim and shooting ability…Noel may only be 5’9″ but he’s definitely a collegiate prospect coaches need to be tracking.

’22 Brasen James (Evans): 6’2″ guard that definitely showed signs to be a special prospect set to surprise many scouts, media outlets and college coaches. James is a long athlete with the ability to dunk on you or hit the deep 3, consistently. This kid is one of the sleeper prospects in Georgia but the #PRO staff doubt that will be the case for much longer.

’23 Stefan Davidov (Denmark): Underclassmen prospect that was consistent throughout the camp. Uses his length well to cause disruptions on the defensive end of the floor. However, Davidov has a well-rounded offensive game as well, hitting quite a few mid-range jumpers throughout the day. Upside is high for Davidov.

’22 Parker Mayo (Walton): 6’2″ Shooting Guard that proved to be a threat consistently beyond the arc all day. Not limiting himself to being a 3pt specialist, Mayo showed the ability to make plays within the arc as well. However, what the #PRO staff loved about Mayo was his ability to move without the ball and compete defensively. Look for Mayo to take a serious jump his junior season…he’s ready.

’21 Stanley Haliburton (Valdosta): Another very impressive point guard from the camp. Poised, composed and very shifty with his ability to create for himself and teammates. Recently picking up an offer from South GA Tech, expect other schools to get involved.

’21 Jy’Kevious Searcy (Upson-Lee): A senior that needs more attention for the value his presents to a college program. Searcy is a 6’2″ guard that can shoot the ball from deep. However, the #PRO staff loved that Searcy was poised and composed throughout the camp , rarely made a bad decision. He will be able to fit in nicely with various collegiate programs due to his high IQ.

’22 Ryen Jones (Archer): Jones is a 6’3″ wing that played very well throughout the camp. He already has a college ready frame, paired with nice athleticism. The #PRO staff project Jones to have a breakout junior season after his showing.

’23 Max Culbreth (Community Christian): Max played with energy and effort from the beginning tip-off. Smooth guard with a nice feel for the game. Culbreth has a nice mid-range jumper he showed off a few times throughout the day. Another underclassmen prospect with a bright future.

’23 Amir Green (Homeschool): The smooth and crafty southpaw is a special talent. With the ability to shoot from beyond the arc wise ease, Green also is a great slasher to the rim. His versatility allows him to play on and off the ball and still impact the game. The #PRO staff believe this is just the beginning of a bright future for Green.

’22 Raquan Myers (Warren County): Another athletic guard who would find some way to score the ball. He hit a lot of deep shots for his team and finished well at the rim. A high motored/energy prospect looking to catch people’s attention this year. He definitely caught #PRO’s!

’22 Devon Wiggins (Chapel Hill): Wiggins is a true competitor that has that “dog” in him. Every possession Wiggins brings effort and intensity, never cheating his teammates. Wiggins is that guy everyone wants to go to war with. Expect a big junior year from Wiggins at Chapel Hill.

’21 Jacobi Barnes (Mundy’s Mill): Barnes is a very strong guard that was able to over power many guards that weren’t able to match physicality. However, Barnes also showed a well rounded skill set and competitive spirit. Expect big things from Barnes this season at Mundy’s Mill.

’21 Shamir Wingfield (Westover): Wingfield had an outstanding showing at #Resolution. Known for his ability to get to the rim, Wingfield knocked down jumper after jumper. Wingfield was in quite the zone to say the least. D2s and NAIAs should make Wingfield a priority ASAP.

’22 Carter Kirkland (Swain County – NC): Kirkland is a pure point guard with impressive court vision and a nice feel for the game. He made quite a few high level passes that even surprised some of his teammates. Kirkland is going to be an attractive prospect to college coaches as he continues work on his game.