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2009 Reebok All American Camp: Part 2
Friday, 10 July 2009

By Brian Crownover
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Here is a look at some more of the players in action on Wednesday at the Reebok All American Camp in Philadelphia.

Allen Iverson

Tre Bowman (2010, 6-3 SG)
Tre is really beginning to make a name for himself and should see his stock rise even more as he heads to prep school next season.  He's a scorer with some nice size and strength.  He's quick off the bounce and can freeze defenders with a nifty crossover move.  He used that move to finish on one play and complimented it with a spin move on a transition finish.  Tre is good at using hesitation dribbles to beat his man as well.  If you sleep on his jumper he can hurt you too as he showed with a pair of three pointers.  Tre has already compiled some mid major offers and could pick up a few high level ones too after this event.  He is a very impressive scorer. 

Joe Jackson (2010, 5-11 PG)
Easily the best player we saw at this camp, Joe was unstoppable.  This speedy guard goes wherever he wants with the ball.  He closes in on the rim quickly and can change directions in the blink of an eye.  Joe is an excellent finisher.  He really stood out as passer too, including some beautiful no look assists.  His vision is incredible.  He didn't shoot much, but he also didn't have to do so in order to dominate.  It's easy to see why Joe is one of the most highly sought after point guards in the country.

Victor Oladipo (2010, 6-4 SG)
This big wing didn't have an outstanding game, but he made a few plays.  Victor dished off a nice pass on the break and ran the floor pretty well.  He showed great hands and concentration with a one handed follow up.  He drove to the basket and drew some fouls too.  Victor was quiet from the perimeter.

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DJ Newbill (2010, 6-3 PG/SG)
DJ strung together a nice game.  The lead guard got out and ran on the break.  He finished well in transition, including a dunk.  He made a nice pass when running the floor, but also struggled with a couple of turnovers too.  DJ attacked in the halfcourt as well and made an impressive adjustment in traffic to convert on one play.  He missed on his lone shot from the perimeter that we saw.  DJ wasn't dominant, but he held his own in the opener of this All American Camp. 

Dominic Morris (2010, 6-7 PF)
Dom is at his best using his wide body in the paint.  For some reason, the undersized forward decided to play on the wing in this contest.  He had very mixed results.  He did hit a three pointer and drew a few fouls.  Dom had several turnovers when handling the rock though and he also turned it over.  He would've benefitted more by just anchoring down in the paint and showing what he's made of.

Myles Mack (2011, 5-8 PG)
This small lead guard did what is expected from that position.  He found open teammates and made sure to get them involved.  He has good vision and made several fine passes.  He was quiet when it came to scoring though.

Kyle Anderson (2012, 6-5 SG/SF)
Kyle made a few plays in the contest.  The young guard has nice size and is a good decision maker.  He made a couple nices passes.  He also grabbed a few rebounds and blocked some shots on the defensive end.

Cameron Ayers (2010, 6-4 SG)
Steady is the name of Cameron's game.  He won't wow you with exceptional athleticism or anything like that.  He just runs the offense efficiently, makes few mistakes and makes plays when called upon.  Cameron made several plays in transition, including a nice pass as well as a couple finishes.    He grabbed a couple offensive rebounds too.  He hit a short jumper, but was a bit inconsistent from the outside.  Because of his size and skills, Cameron can play several positions.

Travis Robinson (2010, 6-4 SG/SF)
Travis put together a few plays.  He had a nice drive and finish in traffic.  He was blocked on another play though and also missed a fall away jumper.  He grabbed a couple rebounds and blocked a shot too.

David Joseph (2012, 6-0 PG)
This young Florida native showed that he can play with the big boys.  David is a small lead guard, but he possesses a quick handle.  The lefty can attack in either direction as was evident when he drove and finished with his right hand on one play.  He stepped outside and knocked down a three pointer too.  David is definitely one to watch.

Chris Coleman (2011, 6-9 C) committed to FIU
It wasn't a big game for this young big man, but we've seen him before and it's an excellent pickup for FIU.  Chris is a massive player that could cause all sorts of problems for the opposition at that level.  In the game, he grabbed a few rebounds.  He also made a nice pass to a cutter from the post.  His touches were very limited though. 

Khyle Marshall (2010, 6-6 SF)
Last year he tore it up at the Hoop Group Elite Camp.  This year he worked his way into the Reebok All American Camp.  Khyle is fairly strong and athletic.  He showed his leaping ability on a dunk.  He grabbed a few rebounds.  The lefty hit a deep shot from just inside the arc, but airballed another jumper as well.

Bill Walker

Jerelle Reischel (2011, 6-5 SG/SF)
Jerelle is a wing player who possesses some nice size.  He's a fairly quick ball handler who can attack in either direction.  He had a nice drive to the left and kicked it out to an open teammate.  He banked in a shot when driving to the hoop too.  He was quiet from the perimeter, but Jerelle's form on his shot looked pretty good.

Davontay Grace (2011, 6-1 PG)
This stalky guard played well.  Even though he's on the bigger side as guards go and could stand to drop a few pounds, Davontay is still very quick off the dribble.  He's tough to contain off the dribble.  Usually he'll opt to dish off to open teammates when given the opportunity.  Davonty throws lazer passes that arrive in a hurry and are usually on target.  When he needs to, he can finish after attacking thanks to his size.  He hit a pull up three pointer, but didn't attempt much from the outside.  His shot has a bit of a hitch in it.  Davonty showed to be a fine player on this day.

Tyrone Johnson (2011, 5-11 PG)
Tyrone is a good lead guard.  He passed the rock well, including a beautiful long pass that was right on the money.  He's able to attack off the dribble and either finish or draw fouls.  Tyrone was fouled on a three pointer too and converted two of the three free throws.

Waverly Austin (2010, 6-11 PF/C)
Waverly is a big man with a solid build.  He grabbed a few rebounds and made a nice pass, but did little else.  He hit a free throw, but his form wasn't the best.

Eddie House

Rakeem Brookins (2010, 5-11 PG/SG)
We walked into the gym shortly after the game got underway.  Rakeem wasted no time in lighting in up from the outside.  He flashed his smooth stroke from the perimeter.  Within just a few possessions, he nailed two pull up jumpers, including one from beyond the arc.  He followed that up with another three pointer.  He cooled off after the hot start, but Rakeem did make a nice pass.  How well he makes the transition from the shooting guard spot to the point guard spot will determine where he goes.  At worst, he's a good mid major prospect.  La Salle took notice on Wednesday and then extended an offer after Rakeem blew up in the first quarter.

Devon Collier (2010, 6-7 PF)
Devon showed what he is all about during the morning session.  He made a couple shifty plays.  One was a duck under move in which he finished and was fouled to convert on an old fashioned three point play.  He drew another foul after originally driving right before spinning back to his left.  Devon had an athletic jam on another drive.  He converted on a putback and he rebounded pretty well at both ends.  He struggled to find his jumper.  It was an outstanding game for Devon nonetheless.

Keith Coleman (2011, 6-8 PF/C)
It's hard enough as a big man to make your mark in a camp like this.  It's even more difficult when it's your first game of the event and your teammates don't have a feel for your game yet.  That was the case early on Tuesday morning for Keith.  He was quiet in this one, after putting together a couple stellar games in the local summer league a few weeks back.  He rebounded well, but his touches were limited on the offensive end.

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