Coach Pete Camps: Houston Evaluations

CPC Houston – University of St. Thomas – Houston, TX

There’s never a shortage of players in the greater Houston area, these standouts made waves in the camp.

 

6’1” Aurian Bidgoli (Arlington, TX – Grace Prep, 2021) – Bidgoli did some nice things during camp, but the two things that stood out most were his defense and passing. He collected 8 steals on the day and was able to turn them into several outstanding assists, including a few impressive behind-the-back passes. He is a tough defender with quick hands as he was able to swipe the ball away from the offense with ease on a couple occasions. Aurian has an outstanding 3.9 GPA.

 

 

6’3” Jacob Duran (Cypress, TX – Bridgeland HS, 2022) – One of the younger, but exciting players in camp, Duran put his offensive game on display. He can shoot the ball for sure as he was 45% from 3-point range on the day (50% overall). This player definitely has huge upside and is going to keep getting better. An absolute offensive threat, Duran may not be finished growing yet. College coaches, be on the look-out for this kid.

 

 

6’1” Antonio Harris (Houston, TX – North Shore HS, 2021) – Harris was another intriguing prospect during this camp, contributing on both the offensive and defensive ends. He shot 53% on the day and consistently finished at the rim and played through contact. Antonio also played outstanding defense coming up with 10 steals and 2 blocks. He was able to knock the ball away from the offense several times and convert on the other end. Antonio has a 3.2 GPA.

 

 

6’3” Trevor Passmore (Cypress, TX – Cypress Woods, 2021) – A definite scorer from long range, Passmore knocked down 15 3’s on the day, easily the highest number in camp. His offensive game was impressive as he shot 51%. Passmore also found other ways to impact the game and help his team, making some nice plays on defense (5 steals) and offense (5 assists). He has a 3.2 GPA.

 

 

6’0” Kevin Rankin-Perkins III (Victoria, TX – West HS, 2021) – Another player who had a great all around camp, Rankin-Perkins III made his presence felt on both ends of the floor, but it was his outstanding passing that drew the most attention. This unselfish young man had 26 assists on the day, the highest number in camp. Kevin shot 50% during camp and took care of business on defense with 10 steals. Another player college coaches are going to want to check out, he has a 3.5 GPA.

 

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