Gerald Snider Neshoba Central Camp Report 3-17-18

Gerald Snider Neshoba Central Camp Report

March 17, 2018

Neshoba Central HS

Philadelphia, MS

Post Grads

Lonnie Bass

6-5 210 lbs G/F 2017

Columbia HS (Columbia)

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He took the second semester off after one semester at USM. He could’ve easily been the most college promising player at the camp. He showed that he has an inside and outside game. He passed the ball very well from the low block and he connected on several mid range jumpers. He hit some three’s to show he can step out and shoot. The lefty can create off the dribble and get his own shot. He handles the ball well when he gets a defensive board. He gets the ball up the court and passes good on the break. The best asset for this long and strong bodied wing is not shown when he is on the court but when he is on the bench. He was cheering and coaching his team while he was sitting on the bench. That can be a contagious trait for any team to add.

Amaras “Mars” Fairley

5-11 160 lbs G 2017

Quitman HS (Quitman)

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He is currently enrolled at Jones CC. He is a shifty ball handler that is good at getting to the rack. He can score around contact. He showed that he can knock down the long shots when left open. His on-ball defense was aggravating.

2018

Rob Richey

6-3 190 lbs SG

Booneville HS (Baldwyn)

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A prototypical 2 guard for the next level. He has a big frame with a strong body that can get off a quick outside shot. He scores from outside or from mid range. He is one of the better team players that makes that extra pass for the better shots. A very solid passer that finds the open man.

Stone Fielder

6-1 185 lbs G

West Lauderdale HS (Collinsville)

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Strong bodied guard. He bullies other guards around the paint. He finishes strong around the basket. Good He showed that can can be a good passer too. He played solid on-ball defense.

Cameron Wingo

5-11 150 lbs G

Leake Central HS (Carthage)

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He has a killer pull-up mid range jumper. He showed that he has a really good passers eye finding open guys all day.

Ladarius “LP” Portis

6-2 155 lbs G

West Lauderdale HS (Meridian)

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He showed that he can get into the lane and either dish to the open man or get to the rim and finish around contact. He is long and lanky and plays the passing lanes very good on the defensive end.

Michael “Mike” Gibson

6-2 200 lbs G

West Point HS (West Point)

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Really strong and muscular built guard. Looks like a football player. He can score on all three levels. He finishes good after contact. He is a very good rebounding guard. He has a JUCO guard build right now. He can play both guard spots with his scoring ability or his passing ability.

Ladarius “LA” Jennigns

6-2 190 lbs F

Morton HS (Morton)

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He showed that he can shoot the ball as well as easily finish after contact. He’s a good passer in the half court set. He can handle the ball pretty good for a forward. He crashed the boards hard on both ends.

Brandon “Higgi” Higgason

6-0 205 lbs SG

South Pontotoc HS (Pontotoc)

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High end shooter from the elbow and wings. He dives on the floor for loose balls and is a hustle player. Text book block outs and rebounder.

Devon “Quez” McClendon

5-10 160 lbs G

Kemper County HS (Porterville)

MS Ballers

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Really good on-ball defender. He plays defense with his feet. He showed that he can get to the rim when he needs to.

Stephen Lewis

5-10 160 lbs PG

Union HS (Union)

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Great on-ball defender. He got to the rim whenever he needed to. He crashed the offensive boards hard.

Decoreyon “Corey” Small

5-11 150 lbs PG

Montgomery County HS (Kilmichael)

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He can score in bunches. He scores on all three levels. His biggest asset is his ability to get into the paint and either kick out to the open man or dish to the open man down low.

Trajan “Tray” Fielder

5-11 130 lbs SG

Neshoba Central HS (Philadelphia)

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Could have easily been the best shooter in the gym. He shot the three ball at around 75% on the day. Every time he shot you knew it was going in. he has extended range on his 3 ball too. He used that to set up his mid range game where he was knocking down jumpers with ease. He crashed the boards hard on both ends. He looks like a really nice and polite guy but he tried to end another players day when he drove baseline and tried to posterize him. He also tried to knock home several put back dunks. He played well above the rim. He was well above the rim on the defensive end when grabbing boards.

2019

Zabin “Zabo” Hunter

6-2 PF

Philadelphia HS (Philadelphia)

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Strong body. He has a good mid-range game and can score down low. On the defensive end, he was a shot blocker. He also played good man defense.

Delance “Lance” Gillespie

6-2 150 lbs PG

Kemper County HS (Scooba)

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The shifty ball handler is a great passer. He can get to the rim and finish around contact. He also has a nice mid-range jumper.

Daterrious “Toot” Williams

6-2 240 lbs SF

Montgomery County HS (Kilmichael, MS)

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His three ball is the same as a lay-up if he has his feet set. He shot the lights out early on from really deep. He is a big, strong shooter that has the look of a football guy.

2020

Coby “Rod” McMillan

6-1 155 lbs G

Neshoba Central HS (Philadelphia)

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Good shooter. He plays with a full amount of hustle. He even took a charge at a camp? A very fundamental player that will continue to develop and will be a good one to keep an eye on.

Jacob McMillan

6-1 155 lbs G

Neshoba Central HS (Philadelphia)

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He might’ve been one of the better players at the camp or at least the most talented for the future. He is a deadly outside shooter. He crashes the boards hard. He was a very good team player and seemed to always find the open man with some good passes. He could end up being a high level guy if he keeps working hard.

Iverson Eiland

5-9 140 lbs G

Philadelphia HS (Philadelphia)

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The lefty shooting guard kinda just played at a patient pace and he struck when he had opportunities. He crashed the offensive boards hard.

Jalen “Sniper” Daniels

5-11 142 lbs PG

Montgomery County HS (Kilmichael)

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He is a smooth ball handler that is a true point. He is a really good passer. He also has a good long range shot. He’s a good one to keep an eye on in the future for Coach Miller.

Hunter Barron

6-1 165 lbs SG

Neshoba Central HS (Philadelphia)

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Coach Byrd has a really good 2020 class he’s working on. He’s another Byrd type player. He plays with hustle and effort. He will continue to develop with the other sophomores at Neshoba Central so watch out for them.

2021

Jimmy “EJ” Campbell

5-11 158 lbs PG

Union HS (Union)

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He is a good combo passer or shooter.

Jamarcus “Mark” Jones

6-5 189 lbs F/C

Union HS (Union)

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He might’ve been the most beastly looking player on the court. He was the best rebounder at the camp. He played with fast hands on the defensive end. He was a good one-on-one defender. He is one that could be a high end player if he puts in the time and work.

Ira “IJ” Chambers

5-11 155 lbs SG

Philadelphia HS (Pjiladelphia)

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He impressed me with his annoying defense and defensive pressure. He hustled the entire day.

Boogie Bingham

5-10 150 lbs SG

Philadelphia HS (Philadelphia)

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The guard played everywhere on the court. He was always in the mix on plays.

Trayveonshae “Tray” Hunter

5-7 140 lbs PG

Philadelphia HS (Philadelphia)

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He is another true point. He is a very good passer and always made the smart passes.


Magnolia Hoops Head of the Class

2017: Lonnie Bass 6-5 G/F Columbia

2018: Trajan “Tray” Fielder 5-11 SG Neshoba Central

2019: Zabin “Zabo” Hunter 6-2 PF Philadelphia

2020: Jacob McMillan 6-1 G Neshoba Central

2021: Jamarcus “Mark” Jones 6-5 F/C Union

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Bass, Fielder, Hunter, McMillan and Jones

Magnolia Hoops Starting 5

Trajan “Tray” Fielder 5-11 ’18 SG Neshoba Central

Lonnie Bass 6-5 ’17 G/F Columbia

Jacob McMillan 6-1 ’20 G Neshoba Central

Michael “Mike” Gibson 6-2 ’18 G West Point

Rob Richey 6-3 ’18 SG Booneville

Fielder, Bass, McMillan, Gibson and Richey

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