Hoop Mountain: Super Week II Recap III

by Derek Marchione | Monday, July 7th, 2014

Hoop Mountain: Super Week II Recap III

Day three of SW2 was the most exciting of camp so far. It was filled with competitive games and was capped by the week’s all-star game and award ceremony.  Here are some players that impressed throughout the day.

Ben Marello - Worcester Academy - The post-grad from Florida got more comfortable as the week went on with his new teammates. He always seems to make the right play or be in the right spot to make the important play.

Charlie Clay - Worcester Academy - Although he’s one of the younger players on the team, Clay still has an important role. He defends, distributes the ball effectively, and can hit the outside shot. He’ll be fun to watch over the next year as he continues to grow and develop.

Justin Assad - Pingree School - Assad’s athleticism was on full display on Day 3 as he had a number impressive finishes in transition. He also showed a more well-rounded game this week.

Shyheim Ulrickson - Mt. Ararat HS – Ulrickson was one of the better prospects on his team this week.  The six-foot- 2016 guard has tremendous quickness and can really defend. Offensively, he uses that quickness to get into the lane where he makes the right decisions.

Carlos Gonzales - Lewiston HS - The 2014 big man had a solid week and will be a valuable late addition for whichever school scoops him up late. He did an excellent job playing his role as a big man who’s going to rebound and defend.

Dwuane Henry - OKW CSD - Coming from NY, Dwuane Henry was one of the breakout performers of the camp. Even though he is not quite on par physically with older players yet, he is high level defender because of his toughness and quickness. He also showed off a solid handle and pull-up jump shot.

Andreai Bailey - Kingston HS - Bailey is another interesting prospect from NY. At 6’3” he can defend three positions and rebound well. He also finishes around the hoop and has a solid jumper.

Seamus Keany - Marblehead HS - Keany was one of top performers all week in the West Division. He has an impressive understanding and work ethic for only being a freshman. He’s already an excellent shooter and it will fun to see his progress as his body grows.

Justin Guerette - Cape Elizabeth HS – His strong week was characterized by a good motor on both ends of the floor.  He understands what it means to compete and has a good frame for just a rising junior.  

Chad DiCenzo - Pingree School - The 2017 point guard had a great week. He shot the ball from behind the arc well and did a great job at the point as he was always pushing the ball and getting his teammates easy buckets.

Marcus Pena - Lawrence HS - Pena may not be the best most talented or physically gifted prospect at camp, but he was the hardest worker and best leader. He’s always talking on defense and working as hard as he can. Combine that with his basketball skills and you have a great point guard.

James Wells - Rice HS - Well’s continued his strong spring here at SW2. The 6’7” big man can step out and knock down shots with the best of them. What makes him most difficult to guard is when he is able to bring a slower player out and take them off the bounce.

Deng Andiang-Bell - Mount Mansfield Union HS - The 2018 prospects got better and really improved all week. He’s super quick and already has a impressive pull up jumper to his game.