Sunday, November 1st, we had a camp for the youngest kids we’ve ever evaluated, 5th & 6th grade… It was one of the best, because these kids competed. They really gave their all, & they are very talented! The parents were really appreciative/supportive, it just made for a great experience.
Here are some of the #SloanColdFacts about the event>
-These kids are so talented and even at the ages of 11 and 12, their understanding of certain concepts and how fast they pick things up are amazing.
-Each kid was so coachable and respectable.
-The energy of the gym was really good from the jump.
– The kids COMPETED.
Here are some of the notable performers.
2027 Daniel Clark– Long armed scorer. I loved his activity defensively, and he always seems to be under control. Can also play and defend multiple positions.
2028 Marcus Epps- Great size and skill! Tough, physical, & can score inside. He’s huge for his age, and has a really good motor. Loves to compete and win. He’s another kid who can guard every position on the floor.
2028 Josiah Jones– Has a great handle, and finish in traffic over bigger guys. Didn’t seem to get rattled by the physicality. Can shoot it with range and has the feel of a much older player. Great command and composure.
2027- Jayden Butler– Another high basketball IQ kid. Did a lot of everything. He pushed the ball in transition and scored, he was good defensively in transition, and he made plays from himself and others in the half court.
2027 Dylan Bynum– Crafty PG who can score. Tough, skilled and takes pride in playing defense. High motored kid that makes winning plays. Fierce competitor.
2027- Cameron Martin– Long lefty, athletic, and physical. Finished with both hands inside, love his versatility. Can put him anywhere on the floor and he can be successful.
2027 Bryce Jones– Didn’t get many shots in the flow of the game but took advantage of his opportunities when he got the ball. Good shooter, understands spacing and how to get open. Should look to be more aggressive offensively.