This week on Prep Hoops Next we have been dishing out content from the Talent Over Hype All – American Camp that took place this past weekend in Daytona. We are back at it today looking at some of the…
This week on Prep Hoops Next we have been dishing out content from the Talent Over Hype All – American Camp that took place this past weekend in Daytona. We are back at it today looking at some of the top performers from the class of 2025…
Tyson Dawson | Class of 2025
Dawson was one of the more polished guards that Prep Hoops Next saw in Orlando and is a prospect that seems ready to jump on a high school team and contribute right away. Smith has a good understanding of how to operate an offense at the lead guard position and is a guy that is always going to think about his team first.
MJ Feenane | Class of 2025
Size is the first thing that stands out when looking at Feenane. The 6’4 forward was making a big impact for his team on both sides of the ball largely in part of his size advantage against the opposition he was going up against. Feenane was a reliable shooter during his time in Daytona hitting multiple three’s a game. The way he spaces the floor is a joy to watch and he is a prospect that will certainly be on college programs radars sooner rather than later.
Juan Hernandez | Class of 2025
Without a doubt, Hernandez was the most dominant player at the Talent Over Hype All-American Camp from the class of 2025. Hernandez simply could not be stopped whenever the ball was in his hands and showed the potential he has in being a true three level scorer. Whether it was getting past defenders with his ball handling skills and finishing at the rim, or shooting jumpers from multiple spots on the floor, Hernandez was doing whatever he wanted when he wanted and showed off a little swag while doing it.
Heriberto Rodriguez | Class of 2025
Rodriguez was one of the top shooters at the Talent Over Hype All-American Camp. Rodriguez does a tremendous job moving without the basketball as he knows the value he can bring to his team. He does a good job of creating his own shot whether it is off the catch or the dribble. As Rodriguez continues to progress he is someone else that should contribute to his high school team sooner rather than later.
AJ Smith | Class of 2025
Already standing at 6’2, there is a lot to like about the potential and upside of Smith. Teams were having trouble stopping his ability to score in the low post but he also showed that is not afraid to let it go from deep. With the versatility Smith has, he is going to be an option to be able to guard multiple positions on the defensive side of the ball when he gets into high school.
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