Coach Pete’s Raleigh Camp was held Saturday, October 1 at JD Lewis Center in Raleigh, NC. Area Codes Basketball evaluated the prospects during the day, with a couple of our favorites listed below. To see each player’s Highlight Video- just click the name of the player. For more information on future Coach Pete Camps, go to www.d1certified.com or follow Coach Pete on Twitter @CoachPeteCamps.

Time to break down the prospects from Raleigh…

Tyren Clark 6’4″ 2018 (Charlotte, NC – North Mecklenburg) – Clark was an aggressive scorer attacking the defense all of camp.  Clark has a bigger body than most wings at 6’4,” but his great feet enabled him to do some things on offense that worked to his advantage.  His bigger body and deceptive athleticism helped him finish well going to the rim and he shot the ball fairly well too.  A solid all-around player.

Jahmois Barnhill 5’8″ 2019 (Greenville, NC – DH Conley) Quick and competitive are two words that can be used to describe Barnhill’s game.  The 5’8″ PG was a pest at times on both sides of the ball with his ability to disrupt the offense and get into the teeth of the defense. He hasn’t quite developed into his body yet being so young so it will be interesting to see how he progresses as a player as he already has some tools that would shine brighter with more physicality.  Additionally, He carries a 4.3 GPA.

Jeremiah Coleman 6’1″ 2020 (Raleigh, NC – Garner Magnet) Coleman is young and a bit raw, but he has some attributes that could boad well for him in the long run.  At 6’1″, he is a long and bouncy athlete that is fairly competitive for his age.  If the other parts of his game can continue to develop alongside his competitiveness then Coleman may be a nice prospect as time goes on.

Jacob Fitzgerald 6’3″ 2019 (Apex, NC – Apex Friendship) Fitzgerald has the look of a young player that could really see some somewhat rapid improvements in the coming years with the skill package that he possesses at this point in his young career.  He made the right plays without forcing anything, shot the ball well, and saw the open man.  All the aspects of his game accompanied with his physicality and athleticism could help him transition into a nice player down the road.

Andrew Freeman 6’4″ 2017 (Durham, NC – Riverside) Freeman was another kid with light feet on a bigger body for 6’4.” He used that to his advantage during camp as he was one of the top scorers and rebounders.  He excelled at taking the ball to the basket, in transition, and had a pretty reliable jump shot he showed when the defense was respecting his driving ability. Freeman will be a very solid option for programs looking for a physical wing later in the season.

 

Coach Pete’s Philly Camp was held Sunday, September 25 at West Chester University in West Chester, PA. Area Codes Basketball evaluated the prospects during the day, with a couple of our favorites listed below. To see each player’s Highlight Video- just click the name of the player. For more information on future Coach Pete Camps, go to www.d1certified.com or follow Coach Pete on Twitter @CoachPeteCamps.

Time to break down the prospects from Philly…

Lewis Evans 5’10” 2019 (Haddonfield, NJ – Haddonfield Memorial) Evans’ ability to make plays was what stood out perhaps the most about his game. He was able to get ahead of the defense and find the open man in both the half court and in transition. He didn’t force anything and played at a controlled pace as he went the whole camp without turning the ball over. The 2019 prospect is one to watch in the coming years.

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