Dallas, TX – Coach Pete’s Dallas camp was held October 15th at Grand Prairie Fine Arts Center in Grand Prairie, TX.
Area Codes Basketball evaluated the prospects during the day, with some of our favorites listed below.
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Time to break down the prospects from the DFW….
Leland Winston 6’0″ 2018 (Dallas, TX – All Saints Episcopal) – Winston is still young with plenty of room for improvement with some of his attributes. His length may have been the most impressive, but he was also active in terms of being around the ball and making effort plays throughout the camp. If he can continue to improve his jump shot he will be one to watch over the next two years. He’s also got a high GPA at 3.8
Elijah Barth 6’0″ 2019 (Lewisville, TX – Home School) – Barth is young, but seemed to play above his age throughout camp as he made smart plays, seemed confident, and was effective. He has a vibe about him that he will be one that will improve into a senior that will light you up on a Friday or Saturday night with his solid decision making and ability to hit shots. Barth went 7 for 12 from inside the arc and 9 for 16 from behind the three point line. He’s also got a high GPA at 3.75
Braeden Vance 6’2″ 2018 (Ardmore, OK – Ardmore) – A hard-nosed and bigger body guard that was active throughout camp in terms of always being around the ball. Vance was also efficient as he went 20 for 27 from inside the arc and grabbed 25 rebounds, which was one of the better rebounding totals in camp. Programs looking for a guy that will bring hard work ethic to their culture should look this way as Vance is a solid option.
Tyrique Marks 5’10” 2017 (Cedar Hill, TX – Triple A Academy) – Marks could really get into the teeth of the defense and excelled during camp with his combination of speed and quickness. He was looking to attack with that throughout camp. While he didn’t have a great day shooting from behind the arc, he looked very fluid and confident in his pull up game.
Tre’ Jones 6’2″ 2019 (Arlington, TX – Kennedale) – Jones is an impressive young prospect that has potential as a ball player. At his young age, he’s still raw offensively, but effective at the same time. Jones pulled down a camp high 29 rebounds & had a camp high in blocks with 9. Additionally, he was efficient from the field going 13 for 19 from inside the arc and 1 of 3 from behind the three-point stripe. Jones is one to watch going forward with his length, athleticism, and productivity.