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Philly Reebok: Unknowns no longer

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So, when Reebok revamped the camp - which Wall is a major part of - last summer, it decided to base it on the model that brought the Washington Wizard point guard to prominence. The idea was to give somewhat lesser-known prospects an opportunity to play their way into the limelight. On Thursday,
On Thursday, nobody played better than point guards
It was actually at last summer's inaugural Breakout Challenge that Peters first put himself on the map. The 6-foot-4 point guard displayed his crafty game reliant on changes of speed and out-thinking opponents. Because of his performance, he made his way into the bottom end of the Rivals150 for the class of 2013. Ever since, the Suitland (Md.) High product has been on the rise.
Now a four-star prospect and ranked No. 100 in his class, Peters is going to be climbing again when the rankings get updated after the summer. One could make the argument that outside of the heavily touted and highly proven
So far Peters, who would like to narrow his focus after the summer, reports offers from
"I just came into camp like I did last year," said Peters. "I know that if I do what I'm supposed to do that the rest will take care of itself."
As good as Peters was during the first two days of camp, Iroegbu was right up there with him. A strong, athletic and quick 6-foot-1 point guard from California who now attends mighty Mouth of Wilson (Va.) Oak Hill, Iroegbu also used last year's Breakout Challenge to move into the national rankings.
However, during his junior year, Iroegbu spent much of his time sitting behind McDonald's All-American
Rather than complain that he was getting overlooked, Iroegbu went out and did something about his reputation. Starting at the Pangos All-American camp in June, Iroegbu showed better command of his speed, showed a more developed mid-range game and improved court awareness.
It all came together in Philadelphia with a string of standout performances that had college coaches, camp counselors and scouts alike buzzing about his play.
"It feels great to come out here and show people that I've improved," Iroegbu told Rivals.com. "I'm just out here trying to win games."
According to Iroegbu, he could have gotten sour about not playing as much as he would have liked as a junior. Instead, he looked at the fact that he was on a team with six Division I-bound seniors and took the opportunity to learn as much as he could from the skilled Lewis on a daily basis.
The results have been tangible as he now claims offers from
Coming from a non-traditional hoops hotbed such as Omaha, Neb.,
In Philadelphia, Agau found himself proving that he could impact games even when his guards weren't exactly making it a habit of finding him underneath the rim.
Instead of sulking, the long-limbed four-man went to work on the glass on both ends of the floor. Sure enough, his hard work was rewarded by teammates as he found himself the recipient of more passes as camp went on. Even with touches, Agau played within himself. If a shot was there, he converted around the rim. If there wasn't anything there, he used his passing ability to find teammates for easy buckets. The end result was outstanding all-around play from the No. 90 player in the class of 2013.
"It's hard sometimes," admitted Agau about being ignored by teammates early. "I just decided that I would have to go get the ball off the glass myself and make them take notice that I was out there."
When the summer ends, Agau says that he's looking to cut his list down to somewhere between five and 10 schools. He doesn't have any favorites, but mentioned
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We wrote about him on the first day of camp, but after taking a couple more looks at 6-foot-6 rising junior wing
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Finally, no big man in camp has done more to enhance his recruitment than Houston's Johnathan MotleyClick Teammates in high school in the state of Georgia, neither Daniel GiddensClick There wasn't a player in camp with a better first step than 6-foot-2 combo guard Detrick MostellaClick One of the bigger finds at the Breakout Challenge was Sacramento (Calif.) Sheldon's Darin JohnsonClick One of the better known players in camp is 6-foot-8 combo forward Tyler RobersonClick target="_blank"target="_blank"target="_blank"target="_blank"target="_blank">Here to view this Link. from New Jersey. A four-star prospect who currently ranks No. 53 nationally in the class of 2013, Roberson easily backed up that lofty status. He grabbed rebounds and raced fullcourt for buckets, he drained 17 footers and he never stopped being active during a very busy day.Here to view this Link.. The rising senior is a 6-foot-4 combo guard who looks the part once he steps on the floor. Even better, he plays the part of a three-point draining, off-the-dribble creating perimeter player with high level athleticism. He's certain to have high majors poking around in the near future.Here to view this Link.. The Alabama native is quite thin, but he's a relentless and instinctive driver of the basketball with a natural feel for scoring. It wouldn't be proper to label him a knockdown shooter just yet, but he is at the very least dangerous from the perimeter and has a lot of confidence in his jumper. The four-star prospect listed a top three of GeorgetownClick One of the bigger finds at the Breakout Challenge was Sacramento (Calif.) Sheldon's Darin JohnsonClick One of the better known players in camp is 6-foot-8 combo forward Tyler RobersonClick target="_blank"target="_blank"target="_blank"target="_blank"target="_blank">Here to view this Link. from New Jersey. A four-star prospect who currently ranks No. 53 nationally in the class of 2013, Roberson easily backed up that lofty status. He grabbed rebounds and raced fullcourt for buckets, he drained 17 footers and he never stopped being active during a very busy day.Here to view this Link.. The rising senior is a 6-foot-4 combo guard who looks the part once he steps on the floor. Even better, he plays the part of a three-point draining, off-the-dribble creating perimeter player with high level athleticism. He's certain to have high majors poking around in the near future.Here to view this Link., Texas A&MClick One of the bigger finds at the Breakout Challenge was Sacramento (Calif.) Sheldon's Darin JohnsonClick One of the better known players in camp is 6-foot-8 combo forward Tyler RobersonClick target="_blank"target="_blank"target="_blank"target="_blank"target="_blank">Here to view this Link. from New Jersey. A four-star prospect who currently ranks No. 53 nationally in the class of 2013, Roberson easily backed up that lofty status. He grabbed rebounds and raced fullcourt for buckets, he drained 17 footers and he never stopped being active during a very busy day.Here to view this Link.. The rising senior is a 6-foot-4 combo guard who looks the part once he steps on the floor. Even better, he plays the part of a three-point draining, off-the-dribble creating perimeter player with high level athleticism. He's certain to have high majors poking around in the near future.Here to view this Link. and KansasClick One of the bigger finds at the Breakout Challenge was Sacramento (Calif.) Sheldon's Darin JohnsonClick One of the better known players in camp is 6-foot-8 combo forward Tyler RobersonClick target="_blank"target="_blank"target="_blank"target="_blank"target="_blank">Here to view this Link. from New Jersey. A four-star prospect who currently ranks No. 53 nationally in the class of 2013, Roberson easily backed up that lofty status. He grabbed rebounds and raced fullcourt for buckets, he drained 17 footers and he never stopped being active during a very busy day.Here to view this Link.. The rising senior is a 6-foot-4 combo guard who looks the part once he steps on the floor. Even better, he plays the part of a three-point draining, off-the-dribble creating perimeter player with high level athleticism. He's certain to have high majors poking around in the near future.Here to view this Link. and will soon be seeing many more schools jump into his recruitment.Here to view this Link. nor Jaylen BrownClick There wasn't a player in camp with a better first step than 6-foot-2 combo guard Detrick MostellaClick One of the bigger finds at the Breakout Challenge was Sacramento (Calif.) Sheldon's Darin JohnsonClick One of the better known players in camp is 6-foot-8 combo forward Tyler RobersonClick target="_blank"target="_blank"target="_blank"target="_blank"target="_blank">Here to view this Link. from New Jersey. A four-star prospect who currently ranks No. 53 nationally in the class of 2013, Roberson easily backed up that lofty status. He grabbed rebounds and raced fullcourt for buckets, he drained 17 footers and he never stopped being active during a very busy day.Here to view this Link.. The rising senior is a 6-foot-4 combo guard who looks the part once he steps on the floor. Even better, he plays the part of a three-point draining, off-the-dribble creating perimeter player with high level athleticism. He's certain to have high majors poking around in the near future.Here to view this Link.. The Alabama native is quite thin, but he's a relentless and instinctive driver of the basketball with a natural feel for scoring. It wouldn't be proper to label him a knockdown shooter just yet, but he is at the very least dangerous from the perimeter and has a lot of confidence in his jumper. The four-star prospect listed a top three of GeorgetownClick One of the bigger finds at the Breakout Challenge was Sacramento (Calif.) Sheldon's Darin JohnsonClick One of the better known players in camp is 6-foot-8 combo forward Tyler RobersonClick target="_blank"target="_blank"target="_blank"target="_blank"target="_blank">Here to view this Link. from New Jersey. A four-star prospect who currently ranks No. 53 nationally in the class of 2013, Roberson easily backed up that lofty status. He grabbed rebounds and raced fullcourt for buckets, he drained 17 footers and he never stopped being active during a very busy day.Here to view this Link.. The rising senior is a 6-foot-4 combo guard who looks the part once he steps on the floor. Even better, he plays the part of a three-point draining, off-the-dribble creating perimeter player with high level athleticism. He's certain to have high majors poking around in the near future.Here to view this Link., Texas A&MClick One of the bigger finds at the Breakout Challenge was Sacramento (Calif.) Sheldon's Darin JohnsonClick One of the better known players in camp is 6-foot-8 combo forward Tyler RobersonClick target="_blank"target="_blank"target="_blank"target="_blank"target="_blank">Here to view this Link. from New Jersey. A four-star prospect who currently ranks No. 53 nationally in the class of 2013, Roberson easily backed up that lofty status. He grabbed rebounds and raced fullcourt for buckets, he drained 17 footers and he never stopped being active during a very busy day.Here to view this Link.. The rising senior is a 6-foot-4 combo guard who looks the part once he steps on the floor. Even better, he plays the part of a three-point draining, off-the-dribble creating perimeter player with high level athleticism. He's certain to have high majors poking around in the near future.Here to view this Link. and KansasClick One of the bigger finds at the Breakout Challenge was Sacramento (Calif.) Sheldon's Darin JohnsonClick One of the better known players in camp is 6-foot-8 combo forward Tyler RobersonClick target="_blank"target="_blank"target="_blank"target="_blank"target="_blank">Here to view this Link. from New Jersey. A four-star prospect who currently ranks No. 53 nationally in the class of 2013, Roberson easily backed up that lofty status. He grabbed rebounds and raced fullcourt for buckets, he drained 17 footers and he never stopped being active during a very busy day.Here to view this Link.. The rising senior is a 6-foot-4 combo guard who looks the part once he steps on the floor. Even better, he plays the part of a three-point draining, off-the-dribble creating perimeter player with high level athleticism. He's certain to have high majors poking around in the near future.Here to view this Link. and will soon be seeing many more schools jump into his recruitment.Here to view this Link. put up huge numbers on Thursday. However, that doesn't mean that the 6-foot-9 post player and 6-foot-5 wing didn't show flashes of tremendous potential. Mark them down as long-limbed transition athletes from the Peach State who will garner lots of high-major offers before it's all said and done.Here to view this Link.. Playing alongside the Harrison twins, the slender 6-foot-8 forward was extremely productive on Thursday. Some kids have a knack for putting themselves in position to score easy buckets and Motley falls into that category. He runs the floor, goes to work on the offensive glass and has good touch on a jumper all the way out to the three-point line when he catches with set feet and a good look at the basket.
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