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Southern Jam Fest - Saturday: Part 2
Sunday, 10 May 2009

By Brian Crownover
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Cameron Anderson
AAU action continued Saturday at the Hoop Group Southern Jam Fest tournament in Hampton, Virginia.  Recruit Recon was taking in the games throughout the day.  Here is the second part of the standout players we saw on Saturday.

East Coast Fusion - Lemke

Josh Henderson (2010, 6-11 225 C)
Josh is a highly skilled big man.  He displayed an array of moves on the interior.  Early on, he converted on a nice post turnaround jumper.  He's comfortable going in either direction and using either hand down low.  Josh had a left hand finish on one play and later spun left and banked in a shot with a foul.  The talented big man has a good feel for the game and showed fine passing skills too.  He grabbed a few rebounds as well.  Josh is a very talented post player.

Cameron Anderson (2011, 6-7 SF/PF)
Cameron is an explosive forward.  He can attack off the dribble and did so to the left on one play.  He scored on a beautiful scoop reverse on another.  He's very long and athletic too.  Cameron was quiet from the perimeter, but still impressed us with his ability to create.

Preston Terrell (2010, 5-10 PG)
Preston is a quick change of direction llead guard.  He got to the rim a few times off the bounce.  He buried a pull up jumper from the outside too.  Preston was solid in the close loss.

Christian Pierce (2010, 6-3 SG)
Christian is a standout perimeter threat.  By our count, the shooting specialist hit four from beyond the arc for East Coast fusion.  He showed solid ball handling skills too, but didn't attack much.  His impact outside of shooting was minimal, but those skills were hard to ignore.


Quincy Miller (2011, 6-8 SF/PF)
Quincy is a huge, gifted wing player.  He was at his best attacking off the dribble where he hit a couple runners in the lane.  The long strider ran the floor well too.  He buried a free throw line jumper, but didn't shoot much from the perimeter.  Quincy flashed his athletic ability on a block.  He made a nice pass in transition too.  He converted on an old fashioned three point play another time.  Quincy is a very talented face up player.

Deuce Bello (2011, 6-4 SG/SG)
Deuce is a very athletic high rising guard.  He broke down the defense off the dribble quite often and finished with a couple dunks.  He's outstanding in transition.  Deuce is a long strider who gets into the lane off the bounce, but he does tend to dribble high.  He hit on a pull up jumper on the outside.  Deuce also blocked a shot and grabbed a couple rebounds in this standout game.

JT Terrell (2010, 6-2 SG) committed to Wake Forest
JT is another explosive guard.  He's a slasher who loves to penetrate and run the floor.  He had an ankle breaking crossover move and finish on one occasion.  He hit a couple runners and scoop shots in the lane throughout the contest.  JT nailed a three pointer, but really struggled with his shot from the outside.  He had a strong game regardless though.

Javonte Reddick (2009, 6-9 PF)
Javonte is a big man who worked hard on the glass at both ends in this one.  He pulled down rebound after rebound and scored on several putbacks.  He was rather quiet otherwise in the scoring column though.  Javonte blocked a shot on the defensive end.

Stargell Love (2010, 6-2 PG)
Stargell is an aggressive, playmaking point guard.  He's quick off the dribble and got into the lane often.  He hit several runners in the paint.  Although he's extremely fast, Stargell played too fast at times and that resulted in several turnovers.  He was still solid though and his speed really stood out.

Trae Leonard (2011, 6-8 PF/C)
Trae didn't arrive on the time, but the wide bodied big man still made some plays.  He has good touch and uses his size well inside.  Trae banked home a shot and scored on a putback.  He moves pretty well too as he showed on a transition lay-up.  He would benefit by improving his conditioning.  Trae definitely made a positive impression though.

Bishop Daniels (2011, 6-2 PG/SG)
Bishop arrived just before halftime and never really got going.  The guard does have a quick handle.  He also showed some shooting ability as he buried a three pointer.  The youngster didn't do much else though.

Team Intensity Jammers

Jake Wheeler (2010, 6-7 PF/C)
Jake is a skilled post player.  He had a nice catch turn and dribble towards the hoop on one play.  He drew a foul on that one.  He banked in a shot around the rim later on.  Jake has a good set of hands and a nice feel for the game.  He missed on a left handed hook, but the shot did look good.  His production wasn't great in the contest, but Jake still stood out.

Kevin Hincapie (2010, 5-9 PG/SG)
This undersized shooting guard can stroke it from the perimeter.  He hurt Donyell Marshall's team with his shooting ability.  Kevin buried three pointer after three pointer in the contest.  He had a nice duck under move on another play.  He showed some ball handling ability, but didn't attack much.  At his size, he'd certainly benefit by showing the ability to penetrate or distribute the ball to his teammates.  Kevin did neither of those in this contest.  His shooting was outstanding though.

Donyell Marshall

Terrance Marshall (2010, 6-3 SG/SF)
Terrance ran the floor and scored several times in transition.  On one play, he scored with an impressive left handed scoop finish.  He also converted after a good cut and feed from a teammate.  Terrance showed a solid handle, but didn't shoot much.

Chall Montgomery (2010, 6-3 SG)
Chall made a few plays in this game.  He started off left and then finished back right on one occasion while penetrating.  He displayed some athletic ability on a transition dunk.  Chall rolled in a three pointer too.

Suffolk Blazers

Keshawn Yarborough (2010, 6-3 SG)
Keshawn is a bouncy wing player who can get to the rim off the dribble in a hurry.  He has good size for his position.  He made plays throughout by attacking off the dribble.  Keyshawn didn't do much else though.

Demetrius Negron (2010, 6-7 PF/C)
Demetrius is a big bodied post player.  This lefty really impressed us early as he banked in a tough shot in the post over three defenders.  He had a strong game on the boards too and converted on several follow-up plays.  Demetrius was solid in the paint on this day.

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