Inglewood, CA.—>The EAT ALL AMERICAN CLINICAL CAMP was held on October 22-23, 2010 in Los Angeles CA. The camp featured 18 hand picked national elite prospects that Premierballs’ PoP and Bobby Bates recognized. The event concluded with the “E.A.T. ALL STAR PRODUCTION GAME VOLUME I” that featured national elite players from Rhode Island, Chicago, Arkansas, North Carolina, Memphis to mention a few. Basketball gurus wanted to see the match between 2012 Richardo Ledo(top 10 nationally) Vs. 2012 Shabazz Muhammad(top 5 nationally). The two prospects came to a heads at Inglewood High school and we had them pick the teams with Ledo picking first by knocking down a half court jump-shot that was shot from his natural shooting position. Ledo picking Archie Goodwin and Muhammad choosing Purvis the stage was set. Video updates of the production game will go live next year in our E.A.T Volume 1 DVD. Below are the camp break downs for each player.
1. Rodney Purvis-6’2 PG 2012
Raleigh, North Carolina, Upper Room Christian Academy
Just recently reclassified from 2013 to 2012. Purvis is an explosive athlete with strong fundamentals.
Played point and looked strong against his all american peers. High Major point guard that can penetrate, change directions and create for teammates. Very competitive as he went head to head against nationally ranked prospect Archie Goodwin and got the win. North Carolina, Kentucky, DUKE and many others are on his list.
2. Archie Goodwin-6’4 PG 2012
Little Rock, Arkansas, Sylvan Hills
Goods is what they call him and Archie definitely has the Goods. More of a scoring point guard with the ability to find open teammates. He is an excellent penetrator with a crafty handle with the ability to get into tight small gaps into the lane. Goodwin is excellent in transition and posses excellent height. Very athletic explosive point guard who attacks the rim.
3. Shabazz Muhammad-6’6 G/W 2012
Las Vegas CA. Bishop Gorman
Shabazz was one of the head liners on this deep nationally rank roster and he did not disappoint.
The aggressive lefty was on attack mode from the start and scored easily in transition, the wing and the mid range areas. Muhammad put a stamp on the game with mid range jump shots and repetitive thundering dunks and nice basket cuts to the basket with the help of Purvis on the delivery. Muhammad continues to increase his productivity from the dribble and looks like a lock in for McDonalds All American.
4. Richardo Ledo-6’5 G/W 2012
South Kent School, Providence, RI
Ledo was the best athlete at the EAT camp. Very explosive and wiry with flare. Smooth guard that can and will create for himself. At times he will over create but has the athleticism to bail him self out. Good shooter to balance out his slashing game.
Played a great first half with deceptive dribbling attacks with Muhammad all over him. Ledo has a very high ceiling if he continues to mature mentally and physically.
5. Demetris Morant-6’9 C 2012
Las Vegas CA. Bishop Gorman
In warm ups and drill work Morant looks like a PRO! The game is still fast for him but he has an incredible vertical with length and a solid frame that will expand with maturity. Morant upside is special with his natural shot blocking abilities. His offensive will catch up over time.
6. Stephen Domingo-6’7 W/F 2012
Las Vegas CA. Bishop Gorman
Dynamite body with a big time stroke. Domingo has posses a nice shooting touch and is effective from either shoulder on the mid range block or extended past three. Domingo is young for his class and is still growing and looks to be projected as a small forward. Very skilled and is a student of the game. Just came off of a solid USA 16 under tryout.
7. Rosco Allen-6’8 Wing 2012
Las Vegas CA. Bishop Gorman
Allen is an excellent athlete. 6’9 now and still stretching Allen has expanded his game with slashing abilities. Allen is a workout and gym rat junkie. Allen touch was not there for the all star game but his form and his IQ was. Very versatile player originally from Hungaria, that will have a dynamite spring and summer next year on the circuit. Potential McDonalds’ All American player with more aggressiveness.
8. Jonathan Wiilliams III.-6’8 W/F 2013
Memphis, Tennessee, Southwind
The most versatile player in at the EAT camp. Very skilled like Allen but can play in the post and score as well. Smooth player that tends to let the game come to him. Showed his package in the EAT Production game with touch around the basket, traffic rebounds and athletic plays to the basket. Very long and very athletic. Kentucky, Memphis and others are in hot pursuit.
9. Aaron Dawson-6’0 2013 PG
Word Of GOD Academy, NC.
Heady point guard that makes the right decisions. Solid ball handler and good shooter that managed his personnel well on the floor.
10. Tyrek Coger-6’8 2013 Raleigh, North Carolina Upper Room Christian Academy
The surprise of the camp. Coger was a workman in the paint and let his heart and play do all the talking. Finished with both hands around the basket and displayed a mid range face up game that impressed. Still needs more bounce and explosiveness but the 2013 combo forward has a shot to be an effective mid-high player.
11. Byron Zeigler-6’6 2013 Wing Detroit, Michigan Community
Another fall sleeper. Zeigler is active and explosive. Great feet and big time wing-defending skills. Has the heart and soul to be to be a winner on the next level. Tough as nails on the floor. Wiry and athletic Zeigler can create and finish with the right and left. High Major talent.
12. Rashad Muhammad-6’4 2013 Las Vegas CA. Bishop Gorman
Muhammad is a big point that plays very deceptive. Can create and play all three perimeter positions. Muhammad is an effective ball handler and passer. Muhammad is expected to be a late bloomer and will rise up on his peers within the next 12 months. Posses a soft touch past the three point line.
13. Jordan Mathews-6’3 2013 Santa Monica, CA. Santa Monica High
Combo guard that shot the ball very well from the perimeter. Good ball handler that made good decision in the half court set. Good size prospect that can knock down the pull up and the three.
14. Greg McClinton-6’5 2013 Wing, Winston-Salem, NC Winston-Salem Prep
Very athletic and explosive. Coming off an injury McClinton can still sky and elevate over the top. Big time defensive specialist that caused problems for the opposing guards and wings. McClinton is still developing his jump shot but has a good handle.
15. Jahlil Okafor-6’9 2014 C/F Chicago, Illinois Whitney Young
The three letter word for this 14 year old will be stated right now on record. PRO. Needs to continue to work hard and keep his body lean and light. Already possess better foot work than a few PROS right now as a frosh. At 6’9, 250 pounds Okafor can spin from both shoulders from the block, accept contact and rebound with authority. Not allot of production in the all star game due to aggressive guard play. The touches Okafor did receive were impressive and left no doubt that he belonged on the top of the 2014 class rankings(#1).
16. Shaqquan Aaron-6’6 PG. 2014 Mater Dei, Orange County
Aaron reminds me of a Jaylen Rose but a better shooter than Rose at his age. Very skilled ball handler with good court vision. Very light frame that may stretch out an additional two or three more inches. Loves to spin off the dribble and is crafty with his moves around the basket. Aaron shows flare and an appetite for the game that you can’t teach. High Major talent with a big time ceiling!
17. Laron Black-6’6 W. 2014 Memphis Tennessee, White Station
Black is one of the most athletic players in the 2014 class. High energy player with major upside. Needs to tighten up offensive perimeter skills but posses a motor that will not stop. Projecting Black to be an explosive two guard with PRO size with more development. Has all the tangibles to stay at the top of his 2014 class and is very explosive to the rim for his age. One of the most athletic players in the 2014 class.
18. Derryck Thornton Jr.-5’9 PG. 2016 Simi Valley CA.
Already dubbed as the best point guard in his class. Thornton Jr. is very competitive and aggressive. Makes the right plays in transition and does not back down from competition. Good shooter with an excellent handle and a mature understanding of the game at this age.
19. Christian Popoola Jr.-5’8 PG. 2016 New Roads, Santa Monica, CA.
A late addition to the camp. Athletic and competitive as he didn’t back down from the top 2016 point guard in the country. Athletic lefty, nice touch with good upside.