Rock Hill, SC — Last weekend I attended the McDavid All-American Camp that played host to some of the top middle school prospects from across the United States. I mainly focused on the kids from 5th to 8th grade and will be providing coverage from those four age groups. Below is a look at some of the top 5th graders from the camp.
Enzo Lee | Florida | Class of 2028
Playing a grade up in the 6th grade division, Lee was perfectly fine with that competition and was actually one of the better prospects in that age group. Lee has an advanced lead guard skill set for his age with dominant speed and quickness. During the camp, he stayed aggressive and made winning type of plays all afternoon.
Shane Goines | South Carolina | Class of 2028
Goines has a super bright future as he was one of the more dominant players at the McDavid All-American Camp regardless of class. His handle is the first thing that will stand out as he used that to beat his defenders constantly off the dribble. As Goines continues to grow, he looks to be one of the more versatile offensive players that I have seen in the 2028 class.
Brandon Hunter | New York | Class of 2028
Hunter was one of the better on ball defenders from the 2028 class at McDavid All-American Camp. For a 5th grader, he already understands the importance of defense and does a good job on sitting down, staying in front of his defender and defending without fouling. He can turn defense into offense in a split second and showed he is tough to beat in transition. Hunter finished with a stat line of 10 points, 3 steals and 1 block in my viewing of him.
Isaac Smith | Virginia | Class of 2028
As Smith continues to grow and get older, he is a name to keep close tabs on as he could end up having some solid length on his body before he enters high school. Smith was a solid contributor on both ends of the floor at McDavid All-American Camp finishing with 10 points and 6 rebounds when I was evaluating him. The Virginia product could be a versatile player in the coming years.
Cory Hadden | Rhode Island | Class of 2028
Hadden stood out right away being one of the biggest 2028 prospects in attendance because of his size. Hadden knows how to use his size to his advantage and displayed good efficiency on the offensive side of the ball around the rim. You can trust that Hadden will go up and grab as many rebounds as he can in any given game.
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