2013 Summer Player Evaluations: Hoop Mountain Super Week 1 All-Star Game
Matt Borrello for Mass Prep Stars
BRISTOL, RI -- One of the highlights at Hoop Mountain Basketball Camp is always the weekly All-Star Game. While fireworks were going off outside the gym at Roger Williams on 4th of July, there was plenty of entertainment on the basketball court.
The All-Star game tipped off around 9:30 p.m. last night, and allowed the campers to see some of the top performers showcase their skills and just have fun in this up-tempo setting.
Here is a list of some of the top performers last night All-Star game…
John Dewey ’14, 6- foot-0, Point Guard from Mount St. Joseph (VT), is an exciting player and did not surprise me that he exceled in this type of setting. John is terrific in the open court, and can utilize his athleticism to blow by defenders and get to the basket.
Ryo Tawatari ’14, 5-foot-11, Combo Guard from Phillips Exeter (NH), is another guard that stuck out at the All Star game. He displayed a variety of different moves to get to the basket, not overly quick, but used his craftiness to get by a defenders and finish around the basket.
Saul Phiri ’16, 6-foot-3, Shooting Guard, Haverill High (MA), has a tremendous future. He shot the ball very well on Thursday during camp, and it continued into the All-Star game. Saul is developing into a great talent, and as he continues to get stronger, and work on his overall game.
Malcolm Brent ’14, 6-foot-4, Small Forward, Kimball Union (NH), was able to use his size and toughness to get to the basket and finish. Malcolm displayed a great range to score offensively, and is always a triple threat when he has the ball.
Typically, All Star games are dominated by guards, but big men were able to showcase their skills…
Anthony Green, ’14 6-foot-7, PF from North Quincy High (MA) Green (pictured above left) had a good showing as he was able to use his long arms to block some shots, and had a couple of monster dunks.
Mike Hogervorst ’14, 6-foot-10, C from the Holderness School (NH), was tough down in the post and had couple of nice low post moves.
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