#PRO Movement: Summer Madness🔥
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🎥🐐By: @Bonafyde5 🔥
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’22 Damoni Harrison (Archer): Extremely gifted, Damoni Harrison, stands 6’5” and plays 1-3 effectively. Exemplifying impressive playmaking ability and consistently knocking down perimeter jumpers, indeed Harrison can do it all. Heading into July and his senior season, #PRO expects college coaches to make Harrison a priority recruit here shortly.
’22 Shawn Walker JR(Walnut Grove): A very versatile forward that can defend multiple positions and competes with a high motor. Walker Jr. is extremely active on both ends of the floor and creates opportunities for himself and team utilizing his energy and effort. The 6’5″ forward projects very well at the next level.
’23 Amon McDowell (McDonough): Proving to be one of the most explosive and competitive athletes at the showcase, McDowell brought his A game. He used his quickness to blow by defenders, finishing strong at the rim, as well as showing off his perimeter jumper. Amon is a determined athlete with a very bright future ahead.
’22 Michael Jones (Pelham): Michael Jones had a really strong showing at #SummerMadness. The rising senior used his speed and quickness to weave through defenders and get easy buckets throughout the day. His agility and craftiness makes him an extremely tough cover for opposing defenders. Jones also is a sniper from beyond the arc.
’22 Yannis Woods (Jonesboro): Yannis is a 6’7” long, active forward that can defend multiple positions, rebound at a high level, block shots & excellent running the floor in transition. Recently earning an offer from Maryville College (TN), the #PRO staff project schools to become more aggressive in Woods’ recruitment in the near future.
’22 Ethan Elliot (CFCA): Elliot has taken a serious leap in his development over the last few months. You can tell he has been in the gym honing his craft. Giving maximum effort every time he is on the court allows him to display his high IQ, shooting ability and impressive handle. Elliot has impressive athleticism and a great mid-range jumper.
‘23 DaAvion Thomas (McDonough) – Thomas is an extremely quick point guard that can score from every level and create easy scoring opportunities for his teammates. The game looks effortless for this young man. Heading into upperclassmen status, expect these next two years to be very telling to the high ceiling Thomas has.
’24 Keenan Gray (McDonough): A gifted young prospect that extremely talented. Keenan Gray is a name coaches will be taking down and underlining twice. Every loose ball, rebound and bucket in transition belonged to Gray. Also, he showed off his passing ability with some nice looks to his teammates.
’24 Camryn Perkins (Warner Robins): Perkins is the definition of a true floor general, as he continues to get better every time he steps on the court. His poise, court vision and playmaking ability allow him to help make the game very easy for his teammates. Perkins continues to prove to be one of the top prospects in Georgia’s 2024 Class.
’21 Christian Welcher (Mundy’s Mill): Standing at 6’3”, Welcher is a strong, physical competitor that is one of the best unsigned seniors on the market, in the state of Georgia. His size and strength makes him a match-up problem for the majority of his defenders.
’22 Izaiyah Nelson (Marietta): Nelson is a consistent #PRO showcase standout, making himself noticeable to the coaches in attendance and on the live-stream. Towering at 6’8”, he is an active defender, paired with a versatile offensive skill set. The rising senior is a very intriguing prospect that can immediately impact a lot of collegiate rosters.
’21 Stanley Haliburton (Valdosta): One of Valdosta’s finest… A dynamic guard that is very vocal and a tough competitor. Haliburton is excellent attacking the rim to finish or kicking out to open shooters. Schools in search of an impact guard next season, Stanley Haliburton is still available!
‘22 Zailan Blue (Duluth): Blue is a speedster that is extremely quick and a blur in the open court. He plays with great energy, unselfish and loves motivating his teammates. Expect a big senior season from Blue.
’25 Jabarri Williams (Valdosta) : One of the youngest prospects at #SummerMadness, Williams did not shy away from the big moments. The rising freshman has a chance to be one of the top players to come out of Valdosta in quite some time. Already displaying a mature demeanor, great feel for the game and brilliant court vision… Williams has a bright future ahead.
’23 Kham Little (Mary Persons): A name to keep tabs on, Kham Little… Gifted offensively, he can put the ball on the floor and finish at the rim. Little has a smooth shot from the three and keeps the defense on their heels while attacking. A name that stepped on the #PRO radar and we will be following closely.
’23 Jayden Bates (Lincoln HS – FL): Bates came out strong at our #SummerMadness Showcase. Being extremely aggresive, yet under control, Bates was hard to contain. He knocked down the 3, hit the mid-range jumper and got to the rim for various finishes. The Florida native showed up and showed out!
’22 Caleb Moore (Washington Co.): Athletic, energetic & very aggressive guard that was steady throughout #SummerMadness. A nice defender, Moore is physical and very strong. The #PRO staff is expecting a very big senior season from the talented Moore!
‘22 Rashaun Williams (Warner Robins): Williams was consistent throughout the entire showcase, no doubt. His ability to make shots off the dribble and the quickness to get to the rim was made obvious to coaches in attendance and on the live-stream. Not to mention Williams getting to the lane and finishing with floaters. Middle Georgia prospect with a smooth game and big impact.
’22 Lathan Levens (Crossroads School): A crafty southpaw that can get to the rim and finish, Levens brings maximum energy every time he steps on the floor. With a high motor, the rising senior was highly adored by the #PRO staff. Levens has a drive and passion for the game not every prospect has.
’21 Alex Reives (New Creation): The steady senior PG, coming off a state title, had another strong showing. IQ, pace, court vision and court vision.. Revies will not be on the market much longer, as a few coaches are closing in on the gifted guard. Recently Committed to Southern Crescent Tech
’22 Tra’vonte Byrd (Washington Co.): Long, athletic forward that is extremely explosive around the rim. Byrd is going to be very intriguing to a lot of college coaches, as it is clear…the talent is there.
’22 Cameron Edmonds (Valdosta): The #PRO staff really enjoyed watching the rising senior compete at #SummerMadness. Cam was a top perimeter defender that “sat in the chair” and defended throughout the day. On the offensive end the quick point guard was always under control and made the right basketball plays.
’25 Kameron Plummer (Houston County): Wow. Rising freshman from the Middle Georgia area with great potential and upside. One of the youngest prospects in the showcase, however, Plummer played very well. The underclassmen was very poised, composed and made big plays throughout the day.
’22 Nkosi Constant (Grace Christian): Standing 6’7″, Constant has great basketball instincts and length. His wingspan and defensive intangibles allows him to protect the rim, alter & block shots consistently.
’22 Sean Lester (Perry): #PRO absolutely loves the physicality and toughness Lester plays with. Standing, 6’3″, Lester is the ultimate utility forward that does all the little things. He plays with a high motor and competes on every position.
Antonio Gordon (Available Transfer Bob Jones): The long PG had a great showing at #SummerMadness. Crafty finishes and displaying high level court vision, Gordon proved to be a transfer worth a serious look.
’23 Logan Hockaday (Oconee County): A high IQ rising junior that plays the right way, makes the correct reads and a is knockdown shooter. Hockaday can create off the dribble as well and set up his teammates for scoring opportunities.