NERR-TV Frosh/Soph Virtual Showcase - Cameron & Charnez Perkins

Sunday, March 21st, 2021

NERR-TV Frosh/Soph Virtual Showcase - Cameron & Charnez Perkins

Danbury High School just wrapped up an abbreviated 2021 season with a 6-6 record and first-round loss in the FCIAC tournament, but as GameTimeCT documented on Friday, hopes are high moving forward after head coach Casey Bock got significant contributions from several underclassmen. 

Tops among that group was Cameron Perkins and Charnez Perkins, a pair of cousins who both made their presence felt this season and are poised to form a dynamic tandem for the next three years. 

“This is kind of rare that we have two freshmen getting significant minutes,” Bock told GameTimeCT. “Them getting that experience was huge.”

Prospect Profiles

 Cameron Perkins Charnez Perkins
 6'3" 6'0"
 Forward Guard
 Danbury HS (CT) Danbury HS (CT)
 2024 2024


By the Numbers

Cameron 2021 Stats: 8.1 ppg 3.2 rpg 48.2% FG
Charnez 2021 Stats: 9.4 ppg 3.8rpg 2.1 spg 51.7% FG


"Charnez is a two way player that is lighting quick.  The combo guard is a great on ball defender with quick hands.  A dangerous player in transition that can finish with both hands.  He has a great first step and can get in the lane at will.  An extremely hard worker that is a sponge and will continue to grow into a dominant player on both ends."
- Danbury head coach Casey Bock on Charnez Perkins

"Cameron is a skilled forward that can score in a variety of ways.  He will knock down the 3 ball, hit the midrange and is effective in the post.  He has a great passion for the game, is always talking and has a high IQ.  Cameron is very coachable and is a leader.  As he continues to grow and gets in better shape, he will be a tough matchup for anyone."
- Danbury head coach Casey Bock on Cameron Perkins

Scout's Take

"Charnez has an extra gear in his game and it impacts both ends of the floor. He plays with a lot of pace. He has speed with the ball in the open floor, a quick first-step, great body control at the rim as a finisher, and all the tools to be a lockdown defender. As he continues to build-up his floater game and evolve as a perimeter shooter his game will go to the next level."
- NERR & ESPN's Adam Finkelstein on Charnez Perkins

"Cameron is very skilled for his size and already capable of putting the ball in the basket from all three-levels. He has good loft and touch on his ball from behind the arc, a knack for putting the ball on the floor to attack close-outs, and even a willingness to take smaller defenders into the post. As he continues to evolve athletically and develop his footspeed, his game will go to the next level."
- NERR & ESPN's Adam Finkelstein on Cameron Perkins

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