Hoop Mountain: Super Week II Recap II
The intensity picked up on day two of Hoop Mountain’s Super Week II Camp. Here are some prospects that stood out to both staff and evaluators during both workouts and games:
Chad Dichenzo - Pingree School - The sophomore guard excels in transition because of his vision with the ball in his hands but he can also lead a team in the half-court. Defensively, he showed great ability to keep defenders out of the paint.
Zach McKinnon - Kennebuk High School – A 2016 guard from the state of Maine, McKinnon shot the ball well from behind the three-point line while also playing solid defense.
Seamus Keany - Marblehead High School - Although he is small in stature, Keany has been impressive so far in the West Division. He’s a true point guard and always has his head up looking to find his open teammates. He also has a nice floater in his game.
Nick Lukasevicz - St. John’s – The rising junior has good size for a guard and is excellent at using his strength to get into the paint and finish. His shooting range extends out past the arc as well.
Damion Prgomet - Boxhill (Australia) - The Australian big man seems to have gotten his feet under him after arriving midway through SW1. Today, he showed solid post moves and the ability to finish those consistently.
William Hardie - University of Science and Engineering - The 2015 guard showed that he could do a number of different things on the court today. He can score by either attacking the rim or stopping off the dribble for his pull-up.
Dominick Nuzzo - Berlin High School - Nuzzo was very active today. He has a high motor and is always looking to get rebounds on both ends of the floor. The 6’7” forward also showed flashes of his shot blocking ability.
Chris Cooke - Berkshire School - Cooke has a huge frame for guard. He’s 6’4” and is excellent at using his strength to get into the paint. He is also capable of hitting a spot-up three.
Kyle Adams - Mount Mansfield Union HS - The Vermont native was deadly this morning from three. Against Worcester, he hit shot after shot from behind the arc.
Tinga Adiang - Mount Mansfield Union HS- The 2015 guard is very tough on the defensive end because of his length and quickness. Offensively, he’s a solid shooter.
Dwayne Henry - Woodstock CSD - This freshmen point guard from New York is also one of the better defenders in camp. The lefty point guard understands how to use his quickness and disrupts the opposing team’s offense.
Andrew Varoli - Iona Prep - The 2017 point guard from Iona Prep (NY) was one of the hardest working kids at camp. He was always starting the drills and getting extra reps when possible.
Alonzo Jackson - Pingree School - Jackson has been growing at a rapid rate and seems to get longer every day. He has a solid motor and it showed today as he got after in on both ends.
Marcus Pena - Lawrence High School - After a solid showing on Day 1, Pimentel’s intangibles showed again. He works as hard possible every time he steps on the court and he’s one of the most vocal players at camp.
Quentin Bullen - Worcester Academy - The 6’3” guard from Worcester Academy can really defend. He has good length and athleticism that he uses to disrupt the other teams’ offense.
Greg Kuakumensah - Worcester Academy - At 6’6” with athleticism and motor, the future is bright for this wing. He’s very active on the boards and has a nice touch around the rim.