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Lamar Stevens

Haverford, PA - 2016

SchoolThe Haverford School PositionShooting Guard Height6’7” Weight180 lbs. AAU TeamTeam Final HometownHaverford, PA Class2016
95 National Rank#49Position Rank#16
Scouting Report

STRENGTHS

Athleticism
Ball-Handling
Making Correct Passes
Size For Position

NEEDS TO IMPROVE


  • Scout’s Notes:

    EYBL Peach Jam (July 16th-20th, 2014): Stevens is a big wing who has the raw talent to be one of the top players in his class. He can get to rim or post smaller guards with his 6-foot-7 frame. He is also able to shoot it from deep. His motor runs a little hot-and-cold right now and he must work to become more consistent. Once he does he will be due for a big boost in the rankings.

College Projection:

  • High-Major

Complete Rankings:

  • Player Grade: 95 (4-Star)
  • National Rank: 49
  • Position Rank: 16
  • State Rank: 1

Skills Review:

  • Shooting: Good
  • Dribbling: Good
  • Passing: Average
  • Rebounding: Good
  • Intangibles: Good
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College Recruiting - Lamar Stevens
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VillanovaVillanova Warmer
La Salle University Warmer
TempleTemple Warmer
East CarolinaEast Carolina Warmer
Rhode IslandRhode Island Warmer
Saint JosephsSaint Josephs Warmer
Latest News on Lamar Stevens
Giles has returned and looks great coming off an injuryPeach Jam Day 1: 2016 Standouts Shine

7/17/2014 by Brian Flinn – While there where a number of players who stood out on Wednesday, it was a pair of top 2016s in Harry Giles and Jayson Tatum that stole the show.

DeMatha forward Joe Hampton was a standout at Pangos Camp.2013 Pangos All-East Camp Showcases Young Stars

10/30/2013 by Brian Flinn – This past weekend was the Pangos All-East camp. Kids from all over the east coast made the trip up to New Jersey to prove that they deserve to be ranked.

JaQuan Newton looks poised to lead Neuman-Goretti to a titleRecap of the Big 64

9/27/2013 by Brian Flinn – This past weekend was the Big 64 at West Chester University and some big time players stepped up while underclassmen made themselves known.

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