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Lamar Peters

New Orleans, LA - 2016

SchoolLandry Walker PositionPoint Guard Height6’1” Weight165 lbs. AAU TeamNew Orleans Elite HometownNew Orleans, LA Class2016
National Rank#88State Rank#3
Scouting Report


Changing Pace
Elite Ball-Handling Skills
High Motor
Mid-Range Shooting
Off-The-Dribble Shooting
Scoring On All Three Levels
Slashing Ability
Size For Position
Feel For The Game
Transition Vision


3pt Shooting
Fundamentally Sound
Help-Side Defense
Leadership Skills
On-Ball Defense
Upper Body Strength
High Basketball IQ
Playing Without The Ball

  • Scout’s Notes:

    The Summit Camp-(May 31-June 1, 2014) Peters is a shake and bake style point guard with a sound foundation. He has skills with the ball you just don't see everyday. He has elite speed and loves getting to the rim in transition.  His court vision in both the half and full courts is off the charts. He makes everyone around him better by just being on the court and having the ball in his hands. If left open he showed all weekend long he can knock down the open jumper. As he gets stronger, his on-ball defense will get better and he will be able to affect the game on both ends. We look forward to seeing him this summer during live period and at the Future150 Top 20 National Camp in October.

College Projection:

  • High-Major

Complete Rankings:

  • Player Grade: 91 (4-Star)
  • National Rank: 88
  • Position Rank: 21
  • State Rank: 3

Skills Review:

  • Shooting: Good
  • Dribbling: Excellent
  • Passing: Excellent
  • Rebounding: Average
  • Intangibles: Good
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