Laurel Highs School Basketball Players Perform Well at Future150.com Camps
Birmingham, AL (Future150) -- Future150 Birmingham Camp was once again one of the most successful stops during the annual camp tour. This year, we found several prospects who were flying under the radar. Here is who stood out most during the Top 40 All-Star game... (Rickey Holden Played in the Top 20 ALL-Star game)
Devon Benson, 2016 PF: The 6-foot-6 power forward already possesses excellent upper body strength, which he used to his advantage all weekend at camp. He took his game to another level during the Top 40 All-Star Game, where he rebounded on both ends, defended well, ran the floor, and scored easily around the rim. Has the look of a solid low major prospect.
Raekwon Pettis, 2015 SG: One of the most pure scorers at camp was the 6-foot-2 Mississippi native. He was knocking down shots consistently from the outside, and was one of the prospects who could hit shots with ease when coming off-the-dribble. He has excellent mechanics on his jumper and gets good lift off the floor. Built scorer.
Ricky Holden, 2015 PG: Holden showed a great pace and swagger to his game. The 5-foot-11 point guard had no intention of showing out; instead, he proved to be reliable and just play the game. He has a great motor and has a passion for the game. He is a fierce competitor and has a great feel for the game. When his shot is going, he is very dangerous
Jeremy Henley, 2015 PG: Though Henley did not make the All-Star game, he showed that he is a prospect who has value as a set-up man by making correct passes and using his high basketball IQ to his advantage. He has solid half-court vision and plays with good pace on the floor. He is also an extension of the coach when he is playing the game.