Newton has game at new level

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Over the years, Philadelphia has become pretty well-known for producing tough guards. Rising senior Ja'Quan Newton certainly falls into that category.
A 6-foot-3 floor general from Neumann-Goretti, Newton has been considered a high-major prospect since his arrival in high school as a freshman.

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Lately, Newton has taken his game to a new level and he had it all on display at the recent NBPA Top 100 Camp.
As this scouting video shows, Newton is adept at getting to the rim and creating off of the dribble.
He hits defenders with floaters and runners, finishes with either hand around the rim and makes just enough jumpers to keep opponents honest defensively.
While Newton doesn't overwhelm with athleticism, he is very clever with his usage of speed changes and is one of the best guards in the country when it comes to creating in space.
Ranked No. 60 in the 2014 Rivals150, Newton is moving up the rankings and has a host of high-major programs chasing him.
Not surprisingly, Villanova, Temple and La Salle are pretty high on his list and he's also being chased by Miami, Cincinnati, Penn State, Georgetown, Seton Hall, USC, SMU, Wake Forest and many more.
This summer, coaches will be able to watch him with his grassroots squad Team Final and he'll be cutting down his list and setting visits sometime in August.
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