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Nike Team Florida: Cheatham returns

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ST. PETERSBURG,Fla. -- On Saturday, Nike Team Florida's seventh annual edition of its fall exposure camp, The Workout, tipped off on the campus of Eckerd College. As is tradition with the camp, juniors and seniors took the floor on the opening date, with freshmen and sophomores to follow on Sunday. Haanif Cheatham, a 2015 four-star, made a return from injury, fellow junior Chance McSpadden cleared up his commitment status, and Rivals150 wing Justin Bibbs, a Virginia Tech commit, was among the day's standouts.
CHEATHAM MAKES RETURN FROM KNEE INJURY
In July, at the Peach Jam, four-star junior Cheatham tried to slice his way between defenders. Unfortunately, he hurt his knee and was knocked out of action. On Saturday, he made his return to the floor.
The 6-foot-5 guard at Pembroke Pines (Fla.) Charter, who ranks No. 53 in the 2015 Rivals150, was tentative at times, but signs of his slashing ability and penchant for getting to the rim were on display.
"I had a deep bone contusion," Cheatham told Rivals.com. "It was really bad with the pain. Every time I walked, I could feel it. I got cleared to play and got back into it slowly. I'm a little rusty, but I'm working on my game."
With very good size and good instincts, Cheatham is a tough guard who can play all around the perimeter. He isn't flashy, he doesn't waste dribbles and the southpaw can play good defense. He has earned offers from Alabama, Miami, Georgia, UCF, USF, Florida International and Murray State, while Kansas, Florida and Louisville have indicated that they will be coming in to see him soon.
"Coaches see me as a versatile guard who can play the one, two and three," Cheatham said. "They like how I can score and pass and my IQ is very high."
Cheatham said he would like to commit by January.
McSPADDEN TALKS UCF COMMIT/DE-COMMIT
For a little while on Friday, three-star combo guard McSpadden from Winter Haven (Fla.) High was done with his recruitment. He committed to Donnie Jones and UCF. By the end of the day, though, he had opened things up. He said there was miscommunication and he got caught up in the moment.
"I would just say that it was a miscommunication," McSpadden said. "I said some things through text at the time that I wasn't supposed to say."
Saturday, the 6-foot-2 junior felt good to be back on the court. Although the lefty's jumper wasn't falling consistently, he showed a strong ability to beat defenders off the dribble and some high-level passing. College coaches have taken notice of his game this fall.
In addition to a standing offer from Jones and UCF, McSpadden claims offers from Florida, USF, Clemson and Tennessee. He said South Carolina has gotten involved and that he is wide open.
"Everything is all cleared up now, and everybody knows I'm not committed," McSpadden said. "I'm open to all colleges and have a lot of great offers, and I want to take my visits."
BIBBS SHOWS BIG POTENTIAL
The only member of the 2014 Rivals150 in attendance on Saturday, three-star shooting guard Bibbs, looked and played the part at The Workout. An Ohio native who attends Montverde (Fla.) Academy, the No. 142 player in the country was arguably the day's top performer.
A lean and sleek 6-foot-5 athlete, Bibbs is adding muscle to his frame and played with added physicality. He controlled the glass from the wing, got to the rim quickly in halfcourt or transition and played an effective, balanced game.
Normally at exposure camps, defense is an afterthought. Bibbs earned high marks there with intense on-the-ball defending. Bottom line, he will help the Hokies when he arrives next fall and he looks like he will push for playing time early.
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He likes shooting jump hooks (with either hand), he can control space with his strength, and he is capable of making medium-range jumpers and dialing up explosion around the rim when necessary. Here to view this Link. from Sarasota (Fla.) Riverview should probably get more attention. A lean forward who can play the three or be a matchup problem as a floor-stretching four, the lefty made jumpers and was good attacking off the dribble. He takes his first official visit to High Point next weekend and is setting one up with Iona (where he has been unofficially), and he mentioned offers from North Florida, Vermont, Jacksonville and Elon. Havener said he'll likely wait until the spring to sign. Here to view this Link. from Daytona (Fla.) Mainland. A true high flyer with great burst off the dribble, the senior can shoot well from deep and he seems to have plenty of room to take his game to a new level. Surprisingly, he has yet to receive a scholarship offer. He mentioned Murray State, Marist and Jacksonville as programs starting to nose around. Here to view this Link. made his way to Elev8 Academy to work on his game. He looked very good on Saturday. A rangy and bouncy athlete who can finish at the rim, Clayton caught fire from deep during his final game of the day and made one deep jumper after another. He indicated that he will be waiting until the spring and mentioned offers from UTEPClick Hands down, the most explosive athlete in the gym was 6-foot-3 shooting guard Craig WilmoreClick Based on some of what he was doing on Saturday, 6-foot-7 combo forward Nick HavenerClick One commitment that UCF did hold onto during the week was that of 6-foot-7 power forward Chad BrownClick MORE SATURDAY STANDOUTS Here to view this Link.. The three-star junior has a great frame, and he knows how to operate around the rim. 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He mentioned Murray State, Marist and Jacksonville as programs starting to nose around. Here to view this Link., UC Davis, San Jose State, Utah State and San Francisco. Here to view this Link., was among the day's most explosive players. He's got a solid body, he can play physically and he seems to be comfortable playing a slashing, inside-out game. The three-star prospect is a high-major athlete all the way. Here to view this Link. is committed to Florida and has great physical tools. The 6-foot-9 product of Live Oak (Fla.) Suwanee has lots of length, he can run the floor and he is a good athlete. On the other hand, he is a bit on the skinny side and raw on offense. He runs rim to rim, rebounds well and will block a few shots. It will be interesting to see how the No. 105 player in the class of 2015 develops. Here to view this Link. is a strong kid who plays around the rim, controls the glass and uses his body to create position and score. Six-foot-7 Othniel SheltonClick Junior center Kevarrius HayesClick Another native of Cali at Elev8, small forward Keondre DewClick A native of Oakland (Calif.), three-star shooting guard Derrick ClaytonClick Hands down, the most explosive athlete in the gym was 6-foot-3 shooting guard Craig WilmoreClick Based on some of what he was doing on Saturday, 6-foot-7 combo forward Nick HavenerClick One commitment that UCF did hold onto during the week was that of 6-foot-7 power forward Chad BrownClick MORE SATURDAY STANDOUTS Here to view this Link.. The three-star junior has a great frame, and he knows how to operate around the rim. He likes shooting jump hooks (with either hand), he can control space with his strength, and he is capable of making medium-range jumpers and dialing up explosion around the rim when necessary. Here to view this Link. from Sarasota (Fla.) Riverview should probably get more attention. A lean forward who can play the three or be a matchup problem as a floor-stretching four, the lefty made jumpers and was good attacking off the dribble. He takes his first official visit to High Point next weekend and is setting one up with Iona (where he has been unofficially), and he mentioned offers from North Florida, Vermont, Jacksonville and Elon. Havener said he'll likely wait until the spring to sign. Here to view this Link. from Daytona (Fla.) Mainland. A true high flyer with great burst off the dribble, the senior can shoot well from deep and he seems to have plenty of room to take his game to a new level. Surprisingly, he has yet to receive a scholarship offer. He mentioned Murray State, Marist and Jacksonville as programs starting to nose around. Here to view this Link. made his way to Elev8 Academy to work on his game. He looked very good on Saturday. A rangy and bouncy athlete who can finish at the rim, Clayton caught fire from deep during his final game of the day and made one deep jumper after another. He indicated that he will be waiting until the spring and mentioned offers from UTEPClick Hands down, the most explosive athlete in the gym was 6-foot-3 shooting guard Craig WilmoreClick Based on some of what he was doing on Saturday, 6-foot-7 combo forward Nick HavenerClick One commitment that UCF did hold onto during the week was that of 6-foot-7 power forward Chad BrownClick MORE SATURDAY STANDOUTS Here to view this Link.. The three-star junior has a great frame, and he knows how to operate around the rim. He likes shooting jump hooks (with either hand), he can control space with his strength, and he is capable of making medium-range jumpers and dialing up explosion around the rim when necessary. Here to view this Link. from Sarasota (Fla.) Riverview should probably get more attention. A lean forward who can play the three or be a matchup problem as a floor-stretching four, the lefty made jumpers and was good attacking off the dribble. He takes his first official visit to High Point next weekend and is setting one up with Iona (where he has been unofficially), and he mentioned offers from North Florida, Vermont, Jacksonville and Elon. Havener said he'll likely wait until the spring to sign. Here to view this Link. from Daytona (Fla.) Mainland. A true high flyer with great burst off the dribble, the senior can shoot well from deep and he seems to have plenty of room to take his game to a new level. Surprisingly, he has yet to receive a scholarship offer. He mentioned Murray State, Marist and Jacksonville as programs starting to nose around. Here to view this Link., UC Davis, San Jose State, Utah State and San Francisco. Here to view this Link., was among the day's most explosive players. He's got a solid body, he can play physically and he seems to be comfortable playing a slashing, inside-out game. The three-star prospect is a high-major athlete all the way. Here to view this Link. is committed to Florida and has great physical tools. The 6-foot-9 product of Live Oak (Fla.) Suwanee has lots of length, he can run the floor and he is a good athlete. On the other hand, he is a bit on the skinny side and raw on offense. He runs rim to rim, rebounds well and will block a few shots. It will be interesting to see how the No. 105 player in the class of 2015 develops. Here to view this Link. is a four who can play with the ball in his hands. Shelton handles well, has a long frame with live legs and looks like a kid who is on the edge of taking his game to a new level. Neither is being recruited much, but with the lack of bigs out there somebody should be taking a look. Here to view this Link., PurdueClick Ocala (Fla.) Vanguard has a pair of Division I-capable senior big men with differing styles. Six-foot-8 center Shon'Dre DukesClick Junior center Kevarrius HayesClick Another native of Cali at Elev8, small forward Keondre DewClick A native of Oakland (Calif.), three-star shooting guard Derrick ClaytonClick Hands down, the most explosive athlete in the gym was 6-foot-3 shooting guard Craig WilmoreClick Based on some of what he was doing on Saturday, 6-foot-7 combo forward Nick HavenerClick One commitment that UCF did hold onto during the week was that of 6-foot-7 power forward Chad BrownClick MORE SATURDAY STANDOUTS Here to view this Link.. The three-star junior has a great frame, and he knows how to operate around the rim. He likes shooting jump hooks (with either hand), he can control space with his strength, and he is capable of making medium-range jumpers and dialing up explosion around the rim when necessary. Here to view this Link. from Sarasota (Fla.) Riverview should probably get more attention. A lean forward who can play the three or be a matchup problem as a floor-stretching four, the lefty made jumpers and was good attacking off the dribble. He takes his first official visit to High Point next weekend and is setting one up with Iona (where he has been unofficially), and he mentioned offers from North Florida, Vermont, Jacksonville and Elon. Havener said he'll likely wait until the spring to sign. Here to view this Link. from Daytona (Fla.) Mainland. A true high flyer with great burst off the dribble, the senior can shoot well from deep and he seems to have plenty of room to take his game to a new level. Surprisingly, he has yet to receive a scholarship offer. He mentioned Murray State, Marist and Jacksonville as programs starting to nose around. Here to view this Link. made his way to Elev8 Academy to work on his game. He looked very good on Saturday. A rangy and bouncy athlete who can finish at the rim, Clayton caught fire from deep during his final game of the day and made one deep jumper after another. He indicated that he will be waiting until the spring and mentioned offers from UTEPClick Hands down, the most explosive athlete in the gym was 6-foot-3 shooting guard Craig WilmoreClick Based on some of what he was doing on Saturday, 6-foot-7 combo forward Nick HavenerClick One commitment that UCF did hold onto during the week was that of 6-foot-7 power forward Chad BrownClick MORE SATURDAY STANDOUTS Here to view this Link.. The three-star junior has a great frame, and he knows how to operate around the rim. He likes shooting jump hooks (with either hand), he can control space with his strength, and he is capable of making medium-range jumpers and dialing up explosion around the rim when necessary. Here to view this Link. from Sarasota (Fla.) Riverview should probably get more attention. A lean forward who can play the three or be a matchup problem as a floor-stretching four, the lefty made jumpers and was good attacking off the dribble. He takes his first official visit to High Point next weekend and is setting one up with Iona (where he has been unofficially), and he mentioned offers from North Florida, Vermont, Jacksonville and Elon. Havener said he'll likely wait until the spring to sign. Here to view this Link. from Daytona (Fla.) Mainland. A true high flyer with great burst off the dribble, the senior can shoot well from deep and he seems to have plenty of room to take his game to a new level. Surprisingly, he has yet to receive a scholarship offer. He mentioned Murray State, Marist and Jacksonville as programs starting to nose around. Here to view this Link., UC Davis, San Jose State, Utah State and San Francisco. Here to view this Link., was among the day's most explosive players. He's got a solid body, he can play physically and he seems to be comfortable playing a slashing, inside-out game. The three-star prospect is a high-major athlete all the way. Here to view this Link. is committed to Florida and has great physical tools. The 6-foot-9 product of Live Oak (Fla.) Suwanee has lots of length, he can run the floor and he is a good athlete. On the other hand, he is a bit on the skinny side and raw on offense. He runs rim to rim, rebounds well and will block a few shots. It will be interesting to see how the No. 105 player in the class of 2015 develops. Here to view this Link. is a strong kid who plays around the rim, controls the glass and uses his body to create position and score. Six-foot-7 Othniel SheltonClick Junior center Kevarrius HayesClick Another native of Cali at Elev8, small forward Keondre DewClick A native of Oakland (Calif.), three-star shooting guard Derrick ClaytonClick Hands down, the most explosive athlete in the gym was 6-foot-3 shooting guard Craig WilmoreClick Based on some of what he was doing on Saturday, 6-foot-7 combo forward Nick HavenerClick One commitment that UCF did hold onto during the week was that of 6-foot-7 power forward Chad BrownClick MORE SATURDAY STANDOUTS Here to view this Link.. The three-star junior has a great frame, and he knows how to operate around the rim. He likes shooting jump hooks (with either hand), he can control space with his strength, and he is capable of making medium-range jumpers and dialing up explosion around the rim when necessary. Here to view this Link. from Sarasota (Fla.) Riverview should probably get more attention. A lean forward who can play the three or be a matchup problem as a floor-stretching four, the lefty made jumpers and was good attacking off the dribble. He takes his first official visit to High Point next weekend and is setting one up with Iona (where he has been unofficially), and he mentioned offers from North Florida, Vermont, Jacksonville and Elon. Havener said he'll likely wait until the spring to sign. Here to view this Link. from Daytona (Fla.) Mainland. A true high flyer with great burst off the dribble, the senior can shoot well from deep and he seems to have plenty of room to take his game to a new level. Surprisingly, he has yet to receive a scholarship offer. He mentioned Murray State, Marist and Jacksonville as programs starting to nose around. Here to view this Link. made his way to Elev8 Academy to work on his game. He looked very good on Saturday. A rangy and bouncy athlete who can finish at the rim, Clayton caught fire from deep during his final game of the day and made one deep jumper after another. He indicated that he will be waiting until the spring and mentioned offers from UTEPClick Hands down, the most explosive athlete in the gym was 6-foot-3 shooting guard Craig WilmoreClick Based on some of what he was doing on Saturday, 6-foot-7 combo forward Nick HavenerClick One commitment that UCF did hold onto during the week was that of 6-foot-7 power forward Chad BrownClick MORE SATURDAY STANDOUTS Here to view this Link.. The three-star junior has a great frame, and he knows how to operate around the rim. He likes shooting jump hooks (with either hand), he can control space with his strength, and he is capable of making medium-range jumpers and dialing up explosion around the rim when necessary. Here to view this Link. from Sarasota (Fla.) Riverview should probably get more attention. A lean forward who can play the three or be a matchup problem as a floor-stretching four, the lefty made jumpers and was good attacking off the dribble. He takes his first official visit to High Point next weekend and is setting one up with Iona (where he has been unofficially), and he mentioned offers from North Florida, Vermont, Jacksonville and Elon. Havener said he'll likely wait until the spring to sign. Here to view this Link. from Daytona (Fla.) Mainland. A true high flyer with great burst off the dribble, the senior can shoot well from deep and he seems to have plenty of room to take his game to a new level. Surprisingly, he has yet to receive a scholarship offer. He mentioned Murray State, Marist and Jacksonville as programs starting to nose around. Here to view this Link., UC Davis, San Jose State, Utah State and San Francisco. Here to view this Link., was among the day's most explosive players. He's got a solid body, he can play physically and he seems to be comfortable playing a slashing, inside-out game. The three-star prospect is a high-major athlete all the way. Here to view this Link. is committed to Florida and has great physical tools. The 6-foot-9 product of Live Oak (Fla.) Suwanee has lots of length, he can run the floor and he is a good athlete. On the other hand, he is a bit on the skinny side and raw on offense. He runs rim to rim, rebounds well and will block a few shots. It will be interesting to see how the No. 105 player in the class of 2015 develops. Here to view this Link. is a four who can play with the ball in his hands. Shelton handles well, has a long frame with live legs and looks like a kid who is on the edge of taking his game to a new level. Neither is being recruited much, but with the lack of bigs out there somebody should be taking a look. Here to view this Link., Virginia Tech and Wichita State stepping up to the plate. StanfordClick Ocala (Fla.) Vanguard has a pair of Division I-capable senior big men with differing styles. Six-foot-8 center Shon'Dre DukesClick Junior center Kevarrius HayesClick Another native of Cali at Elev8, small forward Keondre DewClick A native of Oakland (Calif.), three-star shooting guard Derrick ClaytonClick Hands down, the most explosive athlete in the gym was 6-foot-3 shooting guard Craig WilmoreClick Based on some of what he was doing on Saturday, 6-foot-7 combo forward Nick HavenerClick One commitment that UCF did hold onto during the week was that of 6-foot-7 power forward Chad BrownClick MORE SATURDAY STANDOUTS Here to view this Link.. The three-star junior has a great frame, and he knows how to operate around the rim. He likes shooting jump hooks (with either hand), he can control space with his strength, and he is capable of making medium-range jumpers and dialing up explosion around the rim when necessary. Here to view this Link. from Sarasota (Fla.) Riverview should probably get more attention. A lean forward who can play the three or be a matchup problem as a floor-stretching four, the lefty made jumpers and was good attacking off the dribble. He takes his first official visit to High Point next weekend and is setting one up with Iona (where he has been unofficially), and he mentioned offers from North Florida, Vermont, Jacksonville and Elon. Havener said he'll likely wait until the spring to sign. Here to view this Link. from Daytona (Fla.) Mainland. A true high flyer with great burst off the dribble, the senior can shoot well from deep and he seems to have plenty of room to take his game to a new level. Surprisingly, he has yet to receive a scholarship offer. He mentioned Murray State, Marist and Jacksonville as programs starting to nose around. Here to view this Link. made his way to Elev8 Academy to work on his game. He looked very good on Saturday. A rangy and bouncy athlete who can finish at the rim, Clayton caught fire from deep during his final game of the day and made one deep jumper after another. He indicated that he will be waiting until the spring and mentioned offers from UTEPClick Hands down, the most explosive athlete in the gym was 6-foot-3 shooting guard Craig WilmoreClick Based on some of what he was doing on Saturday, 6-foot-7 combo forward Nick HavenerClick One commitment that UCF did hold onto during the week was that of 6-foot-7 power forward Chad BrownClick MORE SATURDAY STANDOUTS Here to view this Link.. The three-star junior has a great frame, and he knows how to operate around the rim. He likes shooting jump hooks (with either hand), he can control space with his strength, and he is capable of making medium-range jumpers and dialing up explosion around the rim when necessary. Here to view this Link. from Sarasota (Fla.) Riverview should probably get more attention. A lean forward who can play the three or be a matchup problem as a floor-stretching four, the lefty made jumpers and was good attacking off the dribble. He takes his first official visit to High Point next weekend and is setting one up with Iona (where he has been unofficially), and he mentioned offers from North Florida, Vermont, Jacksonville and Elon. Havener said he'll likely wait until the spring to sign. Here to view this Link. from Daytona (Fla.) Mainland. A true high flyer with great burst off the dribble, the senior can shoot well from deep and he seems to have plenty of room to take his game to a new level. Surprisingly, he has yet to receive a scholarship offer. He mentioned Murray State, Marist and Jacksonville as programs starting to nose around. Here to view this Link., UC Davis, San Jose State, Utah State and San Francisco. Here to view this Link., was among the day's most explosive players. He's got a solid body, he can play physically and he seems to be comfortable playing a slashing, inside-out game. The three-star prospect is a high-major athlete all the way. Here to view this Link. is committed to Florida and has great physical tools. The 6-foot-9 product of Live Oak (Fla.) Suwanee has lots of length, he can run the floor and he is a good athlete. On the other hand, he is a bit on the skinny side and raw on offense. He runs rim to rim, rebounds well and will block a few shots. It will be interesting to see how the No. 105 player in the class of 2015 develops. Here to view this Link. is a strong kid who plays around the rim, controls the glass and uses his body to create position and score. Six-foot-7 Othniel SheltonClick Junior center Kevarrius HayesClick Another native of Cali at Elev8, small forward Keondre DewClick A native of Oakland (Calif.), three-star shooting guard Derrick ClaytonClick Hands down, the most explosive athlete in the gym was 6-foot-3 shooting guard Craig WilmoreClick Based on some of what he was doing on Saturday, 6-foot-7 combo forward Nick HavenerClick One commitment that UCF did hold onto during the week was that of 6-foot-7 power forward Chad BrownClick MORE SATURDAY STANDOUTS Here to view this Link.. The three-star junior has a great frame, and he knows how to operate around the rim. He likes shooting jump hooks (with either hand), he can control space with his strength, and he is capable of making medium-range jumpers and dialing up explosion around the rim when necessary. Here to view this Link. from Sarasota (Fla.) Riverview should probably get more attention. A lean forward who can play the three or be a matchup problem as a floor-stretching four, the lefty made jumpers and was good attacking off the dribble. He takes his first official visit to High Point next weekend and is setting one up with Iona (where he has been unofficially), and he mentioned offers from North Florida, Vermont, Jacksonville and Elon. Havener said he'll likely wait until the spring to sign. Here to view this Link. from Daytona (Fla.) Mainland. A true high flyer with great burst off the dribble, the senior can shoot well from deep and he seems to have plenty of room to take his game to a new level. Surprisingly, he has yet to receive a scholarship offer. He mentioned Murray State, Marist and Jacksonville as programs starting to nose around. Here to view this Link. made his way to Elev8 Academy to work on his game. He looked very good on Saturday. A rangy and bouncy athlete who can finish at the rim, Clayton caught fire from deep during his final game of the day and made one deep jumper after another. He indicated that he will be waiting until the spring and mentioned offers from UTEPClick Hands down, the most explosive athlete in the gym was 6-foot-3 shooting guard Craig WilmoreClick Based on some of what he was doing on Saturday, 6-foot-7 combo forward Nick HavenerClick One commitment that UCF did hold onto during the week was that of 6-foot-7 power forward Chad BrownClick MORE SATURDAY STANDOUTS Here to view this Link.. The three-star junior has a great frame, and he knows how to operate around the rim. He likes shooting jump hooks (with either hand), he can control space with his strength, and he is capable of making medium-range jumpers and dialing up explosion around the rim when necessary. Here to view this Link. from Sarasota (Fla.) Riverview should probably get more attention. A lean forward who can play the three or be a matchup problem as a floor-stretching four, the lefty made jumpers and was good attacking off the dribble. He takes his first official visit to High Point next weekend and is setting one up with Iona (where he has been unofficially), and he mentioned offers from North Florida, Vermont, Jacksonville and Elon. Havener said he'll likely wait until the spring to sign. Here to view this Link. from Daytona (Fla.) Mainland. A true high flyer with great burst off the dribble, the senior can shoot well from deep and he seems to have plenty of room to take his game to a new level. Surprisingly, he has yet to receive a scholarship offer. He mentioned Murray State, Marist and Jacksonville as programs starting to nose around. Here to view this Link., UC Davis, San Jose State, Utah State and San Francisco. Here to view this Link., was among the day's most explosive players. He's got a solid body, he can play physically and he seems to be comfortable playing a slashing, inside-out game. The three-star prospect is a high-major athlete all the way. Here to view this Link. is committed to Florida and has great physical tools. The 6-foot-9 product of Live Oak (Fla.) Suwanee has lots of length, he can run the floor and he is a good athlete. On the other hand, he is a bit on the skinny side and raw on offense. He runs rim to rim, rebounds well and will block a few shots. It will be interesting to see how the No. 105 player in the class of 2015 develops. Here to view this Link. is a four who can play with the ball in his hands. Shelton handles well, has a long frame with live legs and looks like a kid who is on the edge of taking his game to a new level. Neither is being recruited much, but with the lack of bigs out there somebody should be taking a look. Here to view this Link. has been in to see him twice, and ClemsonClick Ocala (Fla.) Vanguard has a pair of Division I-capable senior big men with differing styles. Six-foot-8 center Shon'Dre DukesClick Junior center Kevarrius HayesClick Another native of Cali at Elev8, small forward Keondre DewClick A native of Oakland (Calif.), three-star shooting guard Derrick ClaytonClick Hands down, the most explosive athlete in the gym was 6-foot-3 shooting guard Craig WilmoreClick Based on some of what he was doing on Saturday, 6-foot-7 combo forward Nick HavenerClick One commitment that UCF did hold onto during the week was that of 6-foot-7 power forward Chad BrownClick MORE SATURDAY STANDOUTS Here to view this Link.. The three-star junior has a great frame, and he knows how to operate around the rim. He likes shooting jump hooks (with either hand), he can control space with his strength, and he is capable of making medium-range jumpers and dialing up explosion around the rim when necessary. Here to view this Link. from Sarasota (Fla.) Riverview should probably get more attention. A lean forward who can play the three or be a matchup problem as a floor-stretching four, the lefty made jumpers and was good attacking off the dribble. He takes his first official visit to High Point next weekend and is setting one up with Iona (where he has been unofficially), and he mentioned offers from North Florida, Vermont, Jacksonville and Elon. Havener said he'll likely wait until the spring to sign. Here to view this Link. from Daytona (Fla.) Mainland. A true high flyer with great burst off the dribble, the senior can shoot well from deep and he seems to have plenty of room to take his game to a new level. Surprisingly, he has yet to receive a scholarship offer. He mentioned Murray State, Marist and Jacksonville as programs starting to nose around. Here to view this Link. made his way to Elev8 Academy to work on his game. He looked very good on Saturday. A rangy and bouncy athlete who can finish at the rim, Clayton caught fire from deep during his final game of the day and made one deep jumper after another. He indicated that he will be waiting until the spring and mentioned offers from UTEPClick Hands down, the most explosive athlete in the gym was 6-foot-3 shooting guard Craig WilmoreClick Based on some of what he was doing on Saturday, 6-foot-7 combo forward Nick HavenerClick One commitment that UCF did hold onto during the week was that of 6-foot-7 power forward Chad BrownClick MORE SATURDAY STANDOUTS Here to view this Link.. The three-star junior has a great frame, and he knows how to operate around the rim. He likes shooting jump hooks (with either hand), he can control space with his strength, and he is capable of making medium-range jumpers and dialing up explosion around the rim when necessary. Here to view this Link. from Sarasota (Fla.) Riverview should probably get more attention. A lean forward who can play the three or be a matchup problem as a floor-stretching four, the lefty made jumpers and was good attacking off the dribble. He takes his first official visit to High Point next weekend and is setting one up with Iona (where he has been unofficially), and he mentioned offers from North Florida, Vermont, Jacksonville and Elon. Havener said he'll likely wait until the spring to sign. Here to view this Link. from Daytona (Fla.) Mainland. A true high flyer with great burst off the dribble, the senior can shoot well from deep and he seems to have plenty of room to take his game to a new level. Surprisingly, he has yet to receive a scholarship offer. He mentioned Murray State, Marist and Jacksonville as programs starting to nose around. Here to view this Link., UC Davis, San Jose State, Utah State and San Francisco. Here to view this Link., was among the day's most explosive players. He's got a solid body, he can play physically and he seems to be comfortable playing a slashing, inside-out game. The three-star prospect is a high-major athlete all the way. Here to view this Link. is committed to Florida and has great physical tools. The 6-foot-9 product of Live Oak (Fla.) Suwanee has lots of length, he can run the floor and he is a good athlete. On the other hand, he is a bit on the skinny side and raw on offense. He runs rim to rim, rebounds well and will block a few shots. It will be interesting to see how the No. 105 player in the class of 2015 develops. Here to view this Link. is a strong kid who plays around the rim, controls the glass and uses his body to create position and score. Six-foot-7 Othniel SheltonClick Junior center Kevarrius HayesClick Another native of Cali at Elev8, small forward Keondre DewClick A native of Oakland (Calif.), three-star shooting guard Derrick ClaytonClick Hands down, the most explosive athlete in the gym was 6-foot-3 shooting guard Craig WilmoreClick Based on some of what he was doing on Saturday, 6-foot-7 combo forward Nick HavenerClick One commitment that UCF did hold onto during the week was that of 6-foot-7 power forward Chad BrownClick MORE SATURDAY STANDOUTS Here to view this Link.. The three-star junior has a great frame, and he knows how to operate around the rim. He likes shooting jump hooks (with either hand), he can control space with his strength, and he is capable of making medium-range jumpers and dialing up explosion around the rim when necessary. Here to view this Link. from Sarasota (Fla.) Riverview should probably get more attention. A lean forward who can play the three or be a matchup problem as a floor-stretching four, the lefty made jumpers and was good attacking off the dribble. He takes his first official visit to High Point next weekend and is setting one up with Iona (where he has been unofficially), and he mentioned offers from North Florida, Vermont, Jacksonville and Elon. Havener said he'll likely wait until the spring to sign. Here to view this Link. from Daytona (Fla.) Mainland. A true high flyer with great burst off the dribble, the senior can shoot well from deep and he seems to have plenty of room to take his game to a new level. Surprisingly, he has yet to receive a scholarship offer. He mentioned Murray State, Marist and Jacksonville as programs starting to nose around. Here to view this Link. made his way to Elev8 Academy to work on his game. He looked very good on Saturday. A rangy and bouncy athlete who can finish at the rim, Clayton caught fire from deep during his final game of the day and made one deep jumper after another. He indicated that he will be waiting until the spring and mentioned offers from UTEPClick Hands down, the most explosive athlete in the gym was 6-foot-3 shooting guard Craig WilmoreClick Based on some of what he was doing on Saturday, 6-foot-7 combo forward Nick HavenerClick One commitment that UCF did hold onto during the week was that of 6-foot-7 power forward Chad BrownClick MORE SATURDAY STANDOUTS Here to view this Link.. The three-star junior has a great frame, and he knows how to operate around the rim. He likes shooting jump hooks (with either hand), he can control space with his strength, and he is capable of making medium-range jumpers and dialing up explosion around the rim when necessary. Here to view this Link. from Sarasota (Fla.) Riverview should probably get more attention. A lean forward who can play the three or be a matchup problem as a floor-stretching four, the lefty made jumpers and was good attacking off the dribble. He takes his first official visit to High Point next weekend and is setting one up with Iona (where he has been unofficially), and he mentioned offers from North Florida, Vermont, Jacksonville and Elon. Havener said he'll likely wait until the spring to sign. Here to view this Link. from Daytona (Fla.) Mainland. A true high flyer with great burst off the dribble, the senior can shoot well from deep and he seems to have plenty of room to take his game to a new level. Surprisingly, he has yet to receive a scholarship offer. He mentioned Murray State, Marist and Jacksonville as programs starting to nose around. Here to view this Link., UC Davis, San Jose State, Utah State and San Francisco. Here to view this Link., was among the day's most explosive players. He's got a solid body, he can play physically and he seems to be comfortable playing a slashing, inside-out game. The three-star prospect is a high-major athlete all the way. Here to view this Link. is committed to Florida and has great physical tools. The 6-foot-9 product of Live Oak (Fla.) Suwanee has lots of length, he can run the floor and he is a good athlete. On the other hand, he is a bit on the skinny side and raw on offense. He runs rim to rim, rebounds well and will block a few shots. It will be interesting to see how the No. 105 player in the class of 2015 develops. Here to view this Link. is a four who can play with the ball in his hands. Shelton handles well, has a long frame with live legs and looks like a kid who is on the edge of taking his game to a new level. Neither is being recruited much, but with the lack of bigs out there somebody should be taking a look. Here to view this Link., USFClick Ocala (Fla.) Vanguard has a pair of Division I-capable senior big men with differing styles. Six-foot-8 center Shon'Dre DukesClick Junior center Kevarrius HayesClick Another native of Cali at Elev8, small forward Keondre DewClick A native of Oakland (Calif.), three-star shooting guard Derrick ClaytonClick Hands down, the most explosive athlete in the gym was 6-foot-3 shooting guard Craig WilmoreClick Based on some of what he was doing on Saturday, 6-foot-7 combo forward Nick HavenerClick One commitment that UCF did hold onto during the week was that of 6-foot-7 power forward Chad BrownClick MORE SATURDAY STANDOUTS Here to view this Link.. The three-star junior has a great frame, and he knows how to operate around the rim. He likes shooting jump hooks (with either hand), he can control space with his strength, and he is capable of making medium-range jumpers and dialing up explosion around the rim when necessary. Here to view this Link. from Sarasota (Fla.) Riverview should probably get more attention. A lean forward who can play the three or be a matchup problem as a floor-stretching four, the lefty made jumpers and was good attacking off the dribble. He takes his first official visit to High Point next weekend and is setting one up with Iona (where he has been unofficially), and he mentioned offers from North Florida, Vermont, Jacksonville and Elon. Havener said he'll likely wait until the spring to sign. Here to view this Link. from Daytona (Fla.) Mainland. A true high flyer with great burst off the dribble, the senior can shoot well from deep and he seems to have plenty of room to take his game to a new level. Surprisingly, he has yet to receive a scholarship offer. He mentioned Murray State, Marist and Jacksonville as programs starting to nose around. Here to view this Link. made his way to Elev8 Academy to work on his game. He looked very good on Saturday. A rangy and bouncy athlete who can finish at the rim, Clayton caught fire from deep during his final game of the day and made one deep jumper after another. He indicated that he will be waiting until the spring and mentioned offers from UTEPClick Hands down, the most explosive athlete in the gym was 6-foot-3 shooting guard Craig WilmoreClick Based on some of what he was doing on Saturday, 6-foot-7 combo forward Nick HavenerClick One commitment that UCF did hold onto during the week was that of 6-foot-7 power forward Chad BrownClick MORE SATURDAY STANDOUTS Here to view this Link.. The three-star junior has a great frame, and he knows how to operate around the rim. He likes shooting jump hooks (with either hand), he can control space with his strength, and he is capable of making medium-range jumpers and dialing up explosion around the rim when necessary. Here to view this Link. from Sarasota (Fla.) Riverview should probably get more attention. A lean forward who can play the three or be a matchup problem as a floor-stretching four, the lefty made jumpers and was good attacking off the dribble. He takes his first official visit to High Point next weekend and is setting one up with Iona (where he has been unofficially), and he mentioned offers from North Florida, Vermont, Jacksonville and Elon. Havener said he'll likely wait until the spring to sign. Here to view this Link. from Daytona (Fla.) Mainland. A true high flyer with great burst off the dribble, the senior can shoot well from deep and he seems to have plenty of room to take his game to a new level. Surprisingly, he has yet to receive a scholarship offer. He mentioned Murray State, Marist and Jacksonville as programs starting to nose around. Here to view this Link., UC Davis, San Jose State, Utah State and San Francisco. Here to view this Link., was among the day's most explosive players. He's got a solid body, he can play physically and he seems to be comfortable playing a slashing, inside-out game. The three-star prospect is a high-major athlete all the way. Here to view this Link. is committed to Florida and has great physical tools. The 6-foot-9 product of Live Oak (Fla.) Suwanee has lots of length, he can run the floor and he is a good athlete. On the other hand, he is a bit on the skinny side and raw on offense. He runs rim to rim, rebounds well and will block a few shots. It will be interesting to see how the No. 105 player in the class of 2015 develops. Here to view this Link. is a strong kid who plays around the rim, controls the glass and uses his body to create position and score. Six-foot-7 Othniel SheltonClick Junior center Kevarrius HayesClick Another native of Cali at Elev8, small forward Keondre DewClick A native of Oakland (Calif.), three-star shooting guard Derrick ClaytonClick Hands down, the most explosive athlete in the gym was 6-foot-3 shooting guard Craig WilmoreClick Based on some of what he was doing on Saturday, 6-foot-7 combo forward Nick HavenerClick One commitment that UCF did hold onto during the week was that of 6-foot-7 power forward Chad BrownClick MORE SATURDAY STANDOUTS Here to view this Link.. The three-star junior has a great frame, and he knows how to operate around the rim. He likes shooting jump hooks (with either hand), he can control space with his strength, and he is capable of making medium-range jumpers and dialing up explosion around the rim when necessary. Here to view this Link. from Sarasota (Fla.) Riverview should probably get more attention. A lean forward who can play the three or be a matchup problem as a floor-stretching four, the lefty made jumpers and was good attacking off the dribble. He takes his first official visit to High Point next weekend and is setting one up with Iona (where he has been unofficially), and he mentioned offers from North Florida, Vermont, Jacksonville and Elon. Havener said he'll likely wait until the spring to sign. Here to view this Link. from Daytona (Fla.) Mainland. A true high flyer with great burst off the dribble, the senior can shoot well from deep and he seems to have plenty of room to take his game to a new level. Surprisingly, he has yet to receive a scholarship offer. He mentioned Murray State, Marist and Jacksonville as programs starting to nose around. Here to view this Link. made his way to Elev8 Academy to work on his game. He looked very good on Saturday. A rangy and bouncy athlete who can finish at the rim, Clayton caught fire from deep during his final game of the day and made one deep jumper after another. He indicated that he will be waiting until the spring and mentioned offers from UTEPClick Hands down, the most explosive athlete in the gym was 6-foot-3 shooting guard Craig WilmoreClick Based on some of what he was doing on Saturday, 6-foot-7 combo forward Nick HavenerClick One commitment that UCF did hold onto during the week was that of 6-foot-7 power forward Chad BrownClick MORE SATURDAY STANDOUTS Here to view this Link.. The three-star junior has a great frame, and he knows how to operate around the rim. He likes shooting jump hooks (with either hand), he can control space with his strength, and he is capable of making medium-range jumpers and dialing up explosion around the rim when necessary. Here to view this Link. from Sarasota (Fla.) Riverview should probably get more attention. A lean forward who can play the three or be a matchup problem as a floor-stretching four, the lefty made jumpers and was good attacking off the dribble. He takes his first official visit to High Point next weekend and is setting one up with Iona (where he has been unofficially), and he mentioned offers from North Florida, Vermont, Jacksonville and Elon. Havener said he'll likely wait until the spring to sign. Here to view this Link. from Daytona (Fla.) Mainland. A true high flyer with great burst off the dribble, the senior can shoot well from deep and he seems to have plenty of room to take his game to a new level. Surprisingly, he has yet to receive a scholarship offer. He mentioned Murray State, Marist and Jacksonville as programs starting to nose around. Here to view this Link., UC Davis, San Jose State, Utah State and San Francisco. Here to view this Link., was among the day's most explosive players. He's got a solid body, he can play physically and he seems to be comfortable playing a slashing, inside-out game. The three-star prospect is a high-major athlete all the way. Here to view this Link. is committed to Florida and has great physical tools. The 6-foot-9 product of Live Oak (Fla.) Suwanee has lots of length, he can run the floor and he is a good athlete. On the other hand, he is a bit on the skinny side and raw on offense. He runs rim to rim, rebounds well and will block a few shots. It will be interesting to see how the No. 105 player in the class of 2015 develops. Here to view this Link. is a four who can play with the ball in his hands. Shelton handles well, has a long frame with live legs and looks like a kid who is on the edge of taking his game to a new level. Neither is being recruited much, but with the lack of bigs out there somebody should be taking a look. Here to view this Link. and Ole MissClick Ocala (Fla.) Vanguard has a pair of Division I-capable senior big men with differing styles. Six-foot-8 center Shon'Dre DukesClick Junior center Kevarrius HayesClick Another native of Cali at Elev8, small forward Keondre DewClick A native of Oakland (Calif.), three-star shooting guard Derrick ClaytonClick Hands down, the most explosive athlete in the gym was 6-foot-3 shooting guard Craig WilmoreClick Based on some of what he was doing on Saturday, 6-foot-7 combo forward Nick HavenerClick One commitment that UCF did hold onto during the week was that of 6-foot-7 power forward Chad BrownClick MORE SATURDAY STANDOUTS Here to view this Link.. The three-star junior has a great frame, and he knows how to operate around the rim. He likes shooting jump hooks (with either hand), he can control space with his strength, and he is capable of making medium-range jumpers and dialing up explosion around the rim when necessary. Here to view this Link. from Sarasota (Fla.) Riverview should probably get more attention. A lean forward who can play the three or be a matchup problem as a floor-stretching four, the lefty made jumpers and was good attacking off the dribble. He takes his first official visit to High Point next weekend and is setting one up with Iona (where he has been unofficially), and he mentioned offers from North Florida, Vermont, Jacksonville and Elon. Havener said he'll likely wait until the spring to sign. Here to view this Link. from Daytona (Fla.) Mainland. A true high flyer with great burst off the dribble, the senior can shoot well from deep and he seems to have plenty of room to take his game to a new level. Surprisingly, he has yet to receive a scholarship offer. He mentioned Murray State, Marist and Jacksonville as programs starting to nose around. Here to view this Link. made his way to Elev8 Academy to work on his game. He looked very good on Saturday. A rangy and bouncy athlete who can finish at the rim, Clayton caught fire from deep during his final game of the day and made one deep jumper after another. He indicated that he will be waiting until the spring and mentioned offers from UTEPClick Hands down, the most explosive athlete in the gym was 6-foot-3 shooting guard Craig WilmoreClick Based on some of what he was doing on Saturday, 6-foot-7 combo forward Nick HavenerClick One commitment that UCF did hold onto during the week was that of 6-foot-7 power forward Chad BrownClick MORE SATURDAY STANDOUTS Here to view this Link.. The three-star junior has a great frame, and he knows how to operate around the rim. He likes shooting jump hooks (with either hand), he can control space with his strength, and he is capable of making medium-range jumpers and dialing up explosion around the rim when necessary. Here to view this Link. from Sarasota (Fla.) Riverview should probably get more attention. A lean forward who can play the three or be a matchup problem as a floor-stretching four, the lefty made jumpers and was good attacking off the dribble. He takes his first official visit to High Point next weekend and is setting one up with Iona (where he has been unofficially), and he mentioned offers from North Florida, Vermont, Jacksonville and Elon. Havener said he'll likely wait until the spring to sign. Here to view this Link. from Daytona (Fla.) Mainland. A true high flyer with great burst off the dribble, the senior can shoot well from deep and he seems to have plenty of room to take his game to a new level. Surprisingly, he has yet to receive a scholarship offer. He mentioned Murray State, Marist and Jacksonville as programs starting to nose around. Here to view this Link., UC Davis, San Jose State, Utah State and San Francisco. Here to view this Link., was among the day's most explosive players. He's got a solid body, he can play physically and he seems to be comfortable playing a slashing, inside-out game. The three-star prospect is a high-major athlete all the way. Here to view this Link. is committed to Florida and has great physical tools. The 6-foot-9 product of Live Oak (Fla.) Suwanee has lots of length, he can run the floor and he is a good athlete. On the other hand, he is a bit on the skinny side and raw on offense. He runs rim to rim, rebounds well and will block a few shots. It will be interesting to see how the No. 105 player in the class of 2015 develops. Here to view this Link. is a strong kid who plays around the rim, controls the glass and uses his body to create position and score. Six-foot-7 Othniel SheltonClick Junior center Kevarrius HayesClick Another native of Cali at Elev8, small forward Keondre DewClick A native of Oakland (Calif.), three-star shooting guard Derrick ClaytonClick Hands down, the most explosive athlete in the gym was 6-foot-3 shooting guard Craig WilmoreClick Based on some of what he was doing on Saturday, 6-foot-7 combo forward Nick HavenerClick One commitment that UCF did hold onto during the week was that of 6-foot-7 power forward Chad BrownClick MORE SATURDAY STANDOUTS Here to view this Link.. The three-star junior has a great frame, and he knows how to operate around the rim. He likes shooting jump hooks (with either hand), he can control space with his strength, and he is capable of making medium-range jumpers and dialing up explosion around the rim when necessary. Here to view this Link. from Sarasota (Fla.) Riverview should probably get more attention. A lean forward who can play the three or be a matchup problem as a floor-stretching four, the lefty made jumpers and was good attacking off the dribble. He takes his first official visit to High Point next weekend and is setting one up with Iona (where he has been unofficially), and he mentioned offers from North Florida, Vermont, Jacksonville and Elon. Havener said he'll likely wait until the spring to sign. Here to view this Link. from Daytona (Fla.) Mainland. A true high flyer with great burst off the dribble, the senior can shoot well from deep and he seems to have plenty of room to take his game to a new level. Surprisingly, he has yet to receive a scholarship offer. He mentioned Murray State, Marist and Jacksonville as programs starting to nose around. Here to view this Link. made his way to Elev8 Academy to work on his game. He looked very good on Saturday. A rangy and bouncy athlete who can finish at the rim, Clayton caught fire from deep during his final game of the day and made one deep jumper after another. He indicated that he will be waiting until the spring and mentioned offers from UTEPClick Hands down, the most explosive athlete in the gym was 6-foot-3 shooting guard Craig WilmoreClick Based on some of what he was doing on Saturday, 6-foot-7 combo forward Nick HavenerClick One commitment that UCF did hold onto during the week was that of 6-foot-7 power forward Chad BrownClick MORE SATURDAY STANDOUTS Here to view this Link.. The three-star junior has a great frame, and he knows how to operate around the rim. He likes shooting jump hooks (with either hand), he can control space with his strength, and he is capable of making medium-range jumpers and dialing up explosion around the rim when necessary. Here to view this Link. from Sarasota (Fla.) Riverview should probably get more attention. A lean forward who can play the three or be a matchup problem as a floor-stretching four, the lefty made jumpers and was good attacking off the dribble. He takes his first official visit to High Point next weekend and is setting one up with Iona (where he has been unofficially), and he mentioned offers from North Florida, Vermont, Jacksonville and Elon. Havener said he'll likely wait until the spring to sign. Here to view this Link. from Daytona (Fla.) Mainland. A true high flyer with great burst off the dribble, the senior can shoot well from deep and he seems to have plenty of room to take his game to a new level. Surprisingly, he has yet to receive a scholarship offer. He mentioned Murray State, Marist and Jacksonville as programs starting to nose around. Here to view this Link., UC Davis, San Jose State, Utah State and San Francisco. Here to view this Link., was among the day's most explosive players. He's got a solid body, he can play physically and he seems to be comfortable playing a slashing, inside-out game. The three-star prospect is a high-major athlete all the way. Here to view this Link. is committed to Florida and has great physical tools. The 6-foot-9 product of Live Oak (Fla.) Suwanee has lots of length, he can run the floor and he is a good athlete. On the other hand, he is a bit on the skinny side and raw on offense. He runs rim to rim, rebounds well and will block a few shots. It will be interesting to see how the No. 105 player in the class of 2015 develops. Here to view this Link. is a four who can play with the ball in his hands. Shelton handles well, has a long frame with live legs and looks like a kid who is on the edge of taking his game to a new level. Neither is being recruited much, but with the lack of bigs out there somebody should be taking a look. Here to view this Link. have been by Oviedo (Fla.) High to check on him.
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