Coach Pete Camps: DFW Evaluations

CPC DFW – Duncanville High School – Duncanville, TX

They say things are bigger in the lone star state, and that was certainly the case in Duncanville, as some of the big time players and their performances are listed here below.


6’3” Landon Condiff (Gainesville, TX – Callisburg HS, 2021) – A strong player who drives and finishes very well at the rim, Condiff shot 69% from inside the arc and showed an ability to hit the outside shot as well. His good court vision was also on display as he had several nice assists, which were part of a 2:1 assist-to-turnover ratio. His day didn’t end their though as he was also a force on defense collecting 31 rebounds and 7 steals. He is someone college coaches should take a look at.



6’9” Donte Houston Jr. (Garland, TX – Lakeview Centenial HS, 2020) – Houston Jr. was the tallest and one of the most athletic players in camp. He is a strong presence inside as he picked up 26 rebounds. He can hit the outside shot, but he is much more dominant on the inside where his post moves and ability to finish were very difficult for other players to defend. He also had some very nice assists to compliment his great day. College coaches shouldn’t have a problem finding a spot for this young man! Donte has a 3.2 GPA.



6’0” Kaden Shelburne (Rockwall, TX – Rockwall HS, 2022) – Shelburne was among the best shooters at camp as he knocked down shots from everywhere including 52% from behind the arc (53% overall). This Rockwall HS product is only a Sophomore and he is going to improve. Once he gets a little stronger he is going to be even tougher to defend. He also showed good court vision with 5 assists on the day. He also takes care of his business in the classroom.



6’8” Hunter Strickland (Chatham, LA – Weston HS, 2020) – Let me start off by saying Strickland was the only player in camp without a turnover. This is a player that clearly values ball security. Not only does he finish well inside the paint (73% overall) with solid post moves, he has the ability to step out and knock down the 10-15 footer, making him a tough matchup. He also defends the paint well as he picked up 4 blocks and 18 rebounds. Hunter has a 3.5 GPA.



5’11” Alex Taylor (Dallas, TX – Highland Park HS, 2022) – Another one of the youngest players in camp, Taylor did several different things well. He showed good court vision with a 2:1 assist-to-turnover ratio, including making some very nice passes. This pass-first guard just had a knack for setting up other players for easier shots. Just a Sophomore, he is only going to get better as he continues his high school career. Taylor has an outstanding 3.9 GPA.



6’1” Jared Washington (Arlington, TX – Mansfield Timberview HS, 2022) – Even though he was one of the younger players in camp, Washington played like a veteran. He did a little bit of everything and did those things well. Not only did he show an ability to finish at the rim, but he was 46% from outside the arc. He also set up his teammates with several smooth passes. Washington has a good feel for the game. It’ll be exciting to watch this young man develop and improve over the next few years!

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