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Villanova Team Camp
Sunday, 15 June 2008

by Brian Crownover
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Tony Chennault
Many of the top high school programs from Philadelphia, New Jersey and New York gathered this weekend for the Villanova Team Camp.  Here is a look at some of the top performances from Friday evening.


Tony Chennault (2010, 6-2 PG/SG)
Tony got going early in the first game. He hit on a three pointer. He then drove left, was fouled on a fall away jumper and converted. He attacked more off the bounce, scoring with a floater and runner. After a strong first outing, Tony was matched up with St. Pat's new point guard, Kyrie Irving. He picked up right where he left off in game one. He knocked down several mid range pull up jumpers. Tony used his ball handling ability to draw a few fouls. He also continued his strong play from the perimeter by burying a three pointer. He already has an offer in his pocket from the Villanova coaching staff and Tony sure did nothing to disappoint.

Daniel Stewart (2010, 6-6 SF)
Daniel played a solid game. What really surprised us was seeing him work the perimeter game. He hit a three pointer and another jumper. As usual, he also battled inside and hit the boards. He had a put back and a foul on one of his interior baskets. He should have a strong season for the Saints.

St. Pat's

Kyrie Irving (2010, 5-11 PG)
A newcomer to the St. Pat's program, Kyrie should really strengthen this powerhouse. Kyrie is very quick with the ball in his hands. He played aggressively attacking the hoop and either converted or was fouled on many occasions. His best play was a rebound and coast to coast finish.

Paris Bennett (2009, 6-6 SF)
Paris had a decent game. The smooth wing showed his versatility. He stepped outside and hit a three, scored on a hook shot in the post and drove into the paint off the dribble. Paris used a beautiful spin move inside to draw a foul. He pulled down several rebounds too. His pull up game wasn't at its best in this contest though as he missed several of those shots.

Christ the King

Sean Johnson (2009, 6-1 SG)
Sean was solid throughout two games. Now the focal point of the Royals offense, he certainly has the opportunity to show what he can do. He attacked off the dribble and converted several times. He's a good ball handler who can get into the lane. He hit a tough fall away jumper. Sean threw several nice passes too. He was inconsistent finishing after attacking the rim though.

Dominykas Milka (2010, 6-6 PF)
Dominykas possesses some good size on the interior. He scored on a lay-in early on. He also had a nice fake and drive to the basket but couldn't convert. He was at his best pulling down rebounds. The lumbering big man would certainly benefit by improving his quickness. Dominykas does have some potential, but he does need a lot of work too.


Khalif Wyatt (2009, 6-2 PG/SG)
One of the best scorers at the event, Khalif did exactly that. He attacked the rim with ease. The fluid guard had a nice drive, spin move and left handed scoop finish. On another drive, he dished off a nice pass. He also hit a floater in the lane. Khalif can score with the best players around. He'll just have to improve on the defensive end.

North Catholic

Woody Redding (2010, 5-9 PG)
The Falcons were missing some key components, but Woody still had a solid game. The setup man found his teammates with several nice passes. He also ran the floor some and had a couple transition baskets.

Jack O' Neill (2010, 6-6 SF/PF)
Jack made some plays inside and on the outside. He converted a couple buckets on the interior, although he couldn't finish consistently around the rim. He also stepped outside and hit a three pointer. He pulled down some boards too. Jack has shown the ability to do a number of things over the last few weeks, but has yet to really put it all together and have a strong game in front of us.


Ligah Thompson (2009, 6-7 PF)
We only caught part of the game, but Ligah made a few plays. He hit a runner inside among them. We didn't get to see any above the rim plays that we're accustomed to though.

Jamal Melvin (2010, 5-5 2010)
This undersized lead guard was productive. As a setup man, he dished off several nice passes. He also knocked down a three pointer in the few minutes of action that we caught.


Laquan Robinson (2010, 5-10 PG)
Graduation hit the Clippers hard this year. Laquan is probably the player that will benefit the most. The lead guard displayed a super quick handle and the ability to get into the lane with ease. He also can get out and run the floor.

Rahlir Jefferson (2009, 6-6 SF/PF)
Rhalir struggled some while playing with a new cast of characters. He did make a couple plays, including a nice stop and dish. He also had a beautiful crossover move and scoop finish with contact. Rhalir missed a couple jumpers from the perimeter and had a turnover. He played an okay game, but he's going to have to be a bigger part of the offense this coming season if Chester is going to bounce back at all.


Eric Henry (2009, 5-8 PG)
Eric showed to be a solid setup man with a couple nice passes. He was rather quiet otherwise.

Holy Cross (NY)

Marcus Hopper (2011, 6-8 C)
Marcus is a well built young player. He really stands out physically on the court. He caught our attention too with an early three pointer. He pulled down some rebounds. Marcus had few touches on the inside and missed a fall away shot on one of them. He looks to be a player with some potential, but didn't produce a lot during this one.

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