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Jr. Future150 Nashville 3-on-3 Recap
by Garrett Tucker, Future150 (8:14 AM CT, Fri August 10, 2012)
3 on 3 Championship Sunday
3 on 3 Championship Sunday
Garrett Tucker
Garrett Tucker:

Future150 Southeast Analyst. Covering high school basketball across the Southeast.

Nashville, TN (Future150) -- Future150 likes to be different when doing camps. While we put our campers through drills and 5-on-5 play, we also assess players by their games in a 3-on-3 atmosphere.

This gives prospects the chance to utilize more skills than they do in live-play, whether it is good or bad.

Here are a few players that stood out during the day.

Jordan Harris (2016 SG) Harris was deadly from the 3-point line in 3 on 3 competition.  It seemed like everytime his team needed a bucket he was knocking down shots.  He is creative ball handler and knows how to pass the rock.  His team won the 3 on 3 championship tournament.

Anfrenee King (2016 CG) King is a shifty guard who has a very strong body for a player his age.  He likes to attack off the dribble and can finish through contact.  In 3 on 3 play he was a bit streaky from downtown but came through in the Final 4 pushing his team to take home the championship.

Trenton Gibson (2018 PG) Gibson displayed the ability to see the floor and made great passes to his teammates.  He showed he can knock down the open shot if left alone from the 3-point line.  The son of a personal trainer, you can clearly see he knows how to play the game the right way.  He was part of the team that won the championship.

Tyrese Smith (2018 PG): Smith shot the ball very well from behind the three-point line. He found his spots on the floor and took advantage of his time to shoot. He also handles the ball nicely.

Larry Hatchett III (2017 PF): Hatchett did much of his damage on the offensive boards in all game-play, but it was very apparent in 3-on-3. He is very physical with his strong and sturdy frame, and he uses both to execute post-moves. He also showed a promising mid-range game.

Timontheus Hodges (2017 PG): Hodges was one of the more vocal kids at camp. With his aggressiveness and bulldog-like attitude, he play extremely hard. He also showed a decent ball-handling ability.

Dylan Gaines (2017 PG): Gaines is a hard-nose player on the court.  He is very aggressive on defense, doing whatever it takes to keep his opponent from scoring.  On offense, he is a pass-first player, keeping his teammates involved at all times.  When it comes to scoring, he knocks down open jumpers, drives hard though the lane, and finishes strong at the basket.

Simon Steele (2019 PG): Steele is small in stature but big in heart.  He may have been the smallest player at the camp, but he also gave more effort than other player. The 4-foot-6 guard worked hard on defense, trying to keep the bigger players from scoring.

Brandon Mason (2018 PG): Mason was on one of the better 3-on-3 teams.  He stood out his own though, hitting big jumpers and huge three-point shots in the clutch.  He is a good ball-handler, and he even added a few big rebounds when his team was in need of one.

Jeremiah Toney (2017 SF): Toney has a great body right now. He is extremely long for a wing player, and he can play on all three levels. He has a nice shot from the outside.


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