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Reebok Breakout Camp: Friday Recap
by Brian Flinn, Future150 (8:57 AM CT, Sat July 13, 2013)
Rashad Vaughn and Emmanuel Mudiay were solid at Reebok.
Rashad Vaughn and Emmanuel Mudiay were solid at Reebok.
Brian Flinn
Brian Flinn:

Future150 National Recruiting Analyst. Covering high school basketball nationally.

Philadelphia, PA (Future150) -- On the final day of the Reebok Breakout Camp, many top players were forced to sit due to the fact that they were voted into the All-Star game and could not break the “six games in two days” rule. When they were on the floor, they played well. Other players also turned their games up a notch while missing important members of their teams. Here’s who stood out:

Rashad Vaughn, 2014 SG, Wisconsin Playground Warriors: Vaughn went nuts from three point land last night, hitting 9 from deep en route to 33 points. When Vaughn is hot there might not be a better scorer in the nation, as he proved Friday.

Corey Sanders, 2015 PG, Showtime Ballers: Sanders turned in one of the more stellar camp performances throughout the three days, and it could be argued that no one was more consistent. He was explosive again on Friday night, wowing the crowd with a series of high-flying dunks. He also showed that he has good vision for a point guard and can create for others.

Emmanuel Mudiay, 2014 PG, Texas Pro: The co-MVP proved that he is one of the top point guards in the nation with his performance in the all-star game. Mudiay showed his ability to get to the rim whenever he wanted, as well as his elite passing ability.

Josh Martin, 2014 CF, Seattle Rotary:  Martin came to Philadelphia looking to prove that he deserved more love nationally for his play. Well, mission accomplished. The combo forward was great yet again, attacking the rim off of the dribble and being active on the glass. Martin plays with a high motor and has a versatile skill set. Look for him to make splash in the rankings after July is over.

Josh Perkins, 2014 PG, Colorado Miners:  Perkins’ vision was on display during the all-star game when he fed his good friend Rashad Vaughn for wide open threes. While he looks for the homerun pass a little too much, there is no denying how good of a passer he is. If he does in fact play with Vaughn in college, they will be a dangerous tandem.

Traci Carter, 2015 PG, We-R-1:  Carter was equal parts distributor and scorer on Friday as he stepped up in teammate Josh Perkins’ absence. The We-R-1 lead guard made good decisions with the ball and used his handle in order to get to the rim and score the rock.

Wade Baldwin, 2014 PG, Sports U: Possibly the best perimeter defender in the camp, Baldwin uses his length and physicality to disrupt his man. Wade is one of the most competitive kids on the east coast and plays with a major chip on his shoulder. Expect this combo guard to continue to rise due to his ability to score on all three levels and be a lock down defender.

Devin Robinson, 2014 SF, Richmond Squires:  Robinson is a super lengthy wing who can shoot the rock at a high level.  He can also make plays off of the dribble and create for both himself and his teammates around him. It seems as though Robinson is improving every week and this week was no different for him.

Michael Humphrey, 2014 C, Arizona Magic: Humphrey was the big winner of the camp. He picked up offers from high majors such as Iowa and Iowa State as well as heard from Indiana. The big man can score with his back to the basket or step out and stretch the defense. On the other end of the floor he is a great rebounder and can block shots. It will be interesting to see how the rest of July goes for him.

Derrick Jones, 2015 SF, We-R-1: Jones is one of the top athletes on the east coast. During the all-star game he had a couple of nasty slams. Jones has also been working on his jump shot, and while it is still a work in progress, there are very encouraging signs, including the wing hitting two threes today. Kentucky and Kansas have both offered him recently and would love to get the young man.


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