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Author Topic: Camerons Corner: Southwest All-American Camp Top 40 Standouts
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Post Camerons Corner: Southwest All-American Camp Top 40 Standouts
on: July 4, 2018, 10:34

<strong>Cody Cameron</strong> of <strong>Arizona</strong> attended last weekend's <strong>Southwest All-American Camp</strong>, and here are his standout players from a fantastic Top 40 All-Star game . . .

<b>Name: Terrence “TJ” Green</b>

<b>School: Carl Hayden</b>

<b>Height: 6’5</b>

<b>Class: 2020</b>

One of the best players I saw all day. Green possess nice offensive handles that compliments his explosive first step to the basket. Add those traits to his smooth mid-range jump-shot and you have yourself a talented offensive scorer. Green lacks no athletic ability, the soon-to-be Junior was all over the court making plays. One of his biggest strengths is getting to the basket in Iso situations. Lookout for TJ Green next season, this guy’s a player.

<b>Name: Jordan Wollangk</b>

<b>School: Mesquite</b>

<b>Height: 5’10</b>

<b>Class: 2020</b>

Scrappy, aggressive, and an all-around playmaker; a short description of Wollangk’s performance in the Underclassmen All-Star game. Wollangk took control of his offense with pure confidence, hardly ever making a mistake with the ball in his hands. He lasered in a no look pass to a back-cutting teammate for a beautiful assist, found wide-open teammates when double-teamed, and was absolute money with his mid-range jump shots. Wollangk got after it on defense as well. Wollangk has a 4.4 G.P.A., getting it done on the court and the classroom.

<b>Name: Jeffrey Thomas III</b>

<b>School: Palo Verde</b>

<b>Height: 5’9</b>

<b>Class: 2019</b>

A fast and aggressive player. Thomas had quick hands resulting in steals and multiple fast-break points for his team in the Top 40 All-Star game. Thomas played great help defense and hustled every second he was on the court. Thomas topped off his outstanding performance knocking down a step-back jumper right in the face of a much taller defender.

<b>Name: Carter Van Hammond</b>

<b>School: Perry</b>

<b>Height: 6’9</b>

<b>Class: 2021</b>

Tall, long, and athletic, Van Hammond grabbed every single board that went near him in the Top 40 All-Star game. He dominated the paint offensively and ran a couple perfect pick-n-rolls finishing strong at the rim. Carter Van Hammond showed us why his name has been buzzing around the state this off-season.

<b>Name: Lucas Elliott</b>

<b>School: Pusch Ridge</b>

<b>Height: 6’10</b>

<b>Class: 2019</b>

One of the biggest players at the camp sure made his presence felt right at the Top 40 All-Star game. Sprinting down the court on a fast-break, Elliott received a pass just inside the free throw line, took two steps and slammed a powerful one-hand jam that rocked the gym. Elliott knocked down a couple mid-range jumpers and was also a big rim protector on defense, swatting down anything that was shot near him. Elliott looked fantastic at the camp.

<b>Name: Trey Donaldson</b>

<b>School: Gilbert Christian</b>

<b>Height: 6’1</b>

<b>Class: 2020</b>

Just an overall fantastic hustle player. Donaldson played some of the best defense at the camp, coming up with multiple steals and leading the fast-break charge down the court. Donaldson has tremendous vision, finding open teammates for assists consistently. Ran the pick-n-roll very well.

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