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MS FAB 50 Camp 2019 Team Yellow

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Coach Gen-Nette Pulley




#0
James Warren
2025, Greensboro NC


Coach Gen Nette evaluation stated, "James was a solid defensive guard that doesn't have a problem with anticipating the moves of his opponents." She said that he also is a decent mid-range shooter with good form. James needs to work on his foot work for better quickness and speed. Being more vocal on both ends of the floor will add a lot more to his game. We loved the way that James fought throughout the camp. He stuck with his obstacles and overcame them. James attitude and effort was excellent. When he improves on his weakness and uses his strengths to his maximum ability look out! 




#2
Antoine Strickland
2025, Jacksonville NC


"Antoine is a quick guard with a great 3 point shot range." says, Coach Gen Nette. He has the ability to finish around the basket. We would like to see him develop and use some mid range game skills. Antoine also can find open players in transition. He showed great peripheral vision. He has great use of off hand when attacking the basket, which is a valuable tool for all players to have. Antoine does need to be more vocal. But that is natural progression for guys his age. On the offensive side. He used shallow cuts to make his teammates aware when he is open. Antoine is solid when it comes to his quickness and his footwork. We will be monitoring his growth.




#3
Lenny Halfter-Hunter
Jacksonville, NC 

Coach Gen Nette said, "Lenny is a nuisance on the defensive end because he causes his opponents to constantly turn the ball over." He is a great help on defense and he is good at communicating to the teammates about what's happening on the floor. Coach G express that Lenny needs improve on getting into a better shot range so that he can be a more effective scorer and offensive threat. He also need to work on ball handling to help with creating his own scoring opportunities. Lenny is solid on and off the ball. Lenny is for sure one to know.



#4 
Cameron Goins
5ft 8 in, 2024, Clayton NC

"Cameron is an aggressive and explosive guard (PG,SG,Wing) with the strength to play the 4 position if you need him to."expressed, Coach Gen Nette. He has a quick first step with the ability to get to the lane and score at will. Cameron is a great passer in transition and he knows when to score the basketball. Or when to give it up to a teammate. With the addition of defensive talk he will take his gaem to a new level. We noticed he has great leader qualities and would like to see him show those qualites more. This guys game is on the rise.




#5
Brandon Anderson
2024, Clayton NC

Brandon is a quick two way guard that puts pressure on defenders when he has the ball. He also puts pressure on the offenseive player when they have the ball. Coach Gen Nette states that he is an effective communicator on and off the ball. He has the ability to penetrate and can get to the basket at anytime. He's a skillfull scorer around the rim. Brandon could use some improvement on boxing out. Finding the body of an opponent and making contact before he jumps for the ball should help with that. It's early in his basketball career but you can tell, this guy gets it. Mr. Anderson or should we call him NEO (lol) has a very good future in this game.




#6
Ben Sherman
2024 Jacsonville NC


Coach Gen Nette shared in her evaluation that Ben was an aggressive offensive scorer. She also said that he knows how to get to the basket at free will. His 3 point range is good. But at this point in his career he shots better inside the arc. He hustles endlessly on defensive. He forced a lot of turnovers with his tenacity. Coach G says that Ben needs to improve on his court awareness and making the right decision in transition. If Ben keeps working he will be a strong high school player. Keep up the good work Ben.



#7
Joshua Holder
2024, Jacksonville NC

Joshua is a scrappy guard with a tenacious defensive presence per Coach G. He moves well without the ball and knows how to find open spots on the floor. Joshua does a great job running the floor and filing in the lanes. We think Joshua needs to communicate more on the defensive side of the ball. We saw him get to open spots all day but when he's open, he needs to call the for the ball by waving his hands to alert his teammates. By doing so he can increase his effectiveness on offense. Heart for the game is not an issue for this young man. He's a smart player who's basketball IQ will surley grow. 




#8
Joshua Brown
2024, Camp Lejeune NC

Coach Gen Nette says that Joshua is an athletic small forward. He has big bounce. This guy can get off the floor quick. Joshua works well with back to basket. He needs to work on his angle adjustments. While inside he used a high soft touch shot off the glass. His ball handling needs a little improvement. so does his court vision which will help him in finding the person ahead. Joshua is awesome at boxing out and crashing the boards. He has a nose for the ball and is certainly not afraid of contact. I would like him on my team at the next FAB 50 Camp. 

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