Stars of Tomorrow - Day 1 Standouts

New England Recruiting Report | Saturday, June 28th, 2014

Stars of Tomorrow - Day 1 Standouts

Session #1 of Elite 75 Stars of Tomorrow Camp got going yesterday at Brandeis University in Waltham and it was an exciting first-day in the gym as a nice blend of rising freshman & sophomore talent got after it with hunger from the get-go. One thing that was striking from the beginning was the amount of under-the-radar talent in the house. Here's a look at a few rising sophs who impressed during the first round of games and stay tuned throughout the weekend as we continue to uncover prospects.

Class of 2017

Matthew Marx- Talented lead guard was explosive creating offense for himself and his teammates off the bounce and simply could not be contained by the defense. Attacks going both ways off the dribble and finishes with either hand at the dish.

Nate Laszewski - Standing 6'6" with nice length, Liszewski unveiled an enticing combination of size and skill as he went to work from the perimeter and on the interior in his first game out of the gate, knocking down threes and scoring the ball in multiple ways at the basket.

Ethan Gabert-Doyon - Deceptively explosive guard was the breakout performer of opening-night as he got to the rim at will off the bounce to plaster the scorebook with tallies. Handles the ball very well and has some flavor going to work with the dribble. Licks his chops in the open floor and looks to get to the dish, on one occasion rising up on an unsuspecting defender for a dunk-shot. We'll see what he has in store for us today.

Sondjy Estime - Point guard with quick-twitch speed likes to keep it on a string before attacking a crease with the dribble to create offense for himself or a teammate. A real pest defenseively guarding the opposing ball-handler.

Reginald Tolliver - Strong-athletic guard made plays all over the floor both with and without the ball in his hands as he scored, rebounded, distributed, defended, and hustled. Curious to continue watching him over the next few days.

Thomas Greaney - Versatile-composed forward with good size is skilled on the interior and comfortable on the perimeter as he scored and facilitated from both inside and out while also rebounding at both ends.

Andrew Fonts - Another guard who had a big night was Fonts, who scored the ball efficiently from multiple levels and was effective distributing off the dribble. Tough competitor who looks to take it to the opposition aggressively on both sides of the ball.

Sean Coyne - Scoring guard came up clutch down the stretch for his squad as he drove to the basket for several vital baskets in the final minute of what ended up being a 1-point win. Makes plays in transition on both sides of the ball.

Malik Jackson - Strong-athletic southpaw lead-guard is tough off the dribble-drive as he was impressive on multiple occasions attacking with physicality off the bounce to get into the lane and score the ball.

Nate Freeman - High-IQ point guard is solid handling the rock and makes good decisions with the basketball in his hands. Has a nice shooting stroke and will connect from long-range.

Joey Luchetti - Hard-working big-framed forward went to work scoring the ball and rebounding on the interior while also showing the ability to step out and shoot from beyond-the-arc.

Check out the coverage from HoopRootz to see the 2018 standouts at day one of the Stars of Tomorrow Camp