Full Court Press All-Frosh/Soph Camp
Top 200 West Coast freshman and sophomores gather in Cali
by Chad Groth
October 4, 2011 3:22pm ET
Corona, Calif. —
Jose Bustamente is a 6-6 forward from Peoria (AZ).
The 2011 Full Court Press All Frosh/Soph Camp was held this past weekend at the state of art Players Edge facility in Corona, CA. The camp featured 200 of the top freshman and sophomore players from Arizona, Nevada and California.
Let's view last weekend's top impact players:
Marcus Lovett, 2015, Providence (Burbank, CA) – Already being compared to Brandon Jennings, Lovett can really take control of the game. The 5-10 point guard is explosive on offense and is a true floor general.
Tyler Dorsey, 2015, Ribet Academy (Los Angeles, CA) – The 6-4 guard does it all on the court. Dorsey is a mature player and has a good feel for the game. He showed a solid mid-range game and is a high-level athlete. Arizona and Kentucky have already taken notice.
Stanley Johnson, 2014, Mater Dei (Santa Ana, CA) – Johnson has good size and knows how to play. The 6-5 swingman was one of the most athletic players we saw this weekend. He is also fundamentally skilled and has a high basketball IQ.
Christopher Sandifer, 2014, Price (Los Angeles, CA) – The 6-4 shooting guard was the best shooter in the camp, nailing four consecutive three-pointers in one game while being guarded. Sandifer is able to get his lethal shot off the dribble with a nice step-back move.
Jose Bustamante, 2014, Peoria (Peoria, AZ) – The 6-6 small forward is athletic and plays with bounce above the rim. He also passes very well and has a nice mid-range pull-up. Bustamante is a tough competitor and will soon get more attention from college coaches.
Fetai Eke, 2014, East (Bakersfield, CA) – Eke performed well during the camp, while running the floor and blocking shots. The 6-7 forward has lots of upside and a chance to be special given his athleticism and length. He also showed a mix of offensive post skills.
Kendall Lauderdale, 2015, Orange Lutheran (Orange, CA) – Has good size for a big at 6-7, and displayed decent skill on the low block, while running the floor fluidly. Lauderdale has a lot of tools and likes to play physical. Watch for him to raise his stock very soon.
Elston Jones, 2014, Millennium (Goodyear, AZ) – Jones really showed lots of energy on offense and defense. The 6-9 center was the best big man in the camp pound for pound. Jones moves well and showed a soft touch jump hook. He likes to face up his defenders or put it on the floor and make a nice pass. He's also not afraid to bang bodies and is fearless inside the paint; great upside and will be an elite high-major prospect. San Francisco and Oregon State already have their eye on Jones.
Gerard Davis, 2014, Canyon Springs (Las Vegas, NV) – Davis really showed an explosive scoring mentality and rebounded the ball well for a 6-3 combo guard. He is athletic and proved he can play with anybody.
Idrissa Diallo, 2015, Ribet Academy (Los Angeles, CA) – Diallo played very well and also displayed his post skills at a high level. The 6-11 power forward is athletic and knows how to play and was unstoppable in the post. Arizona has shown early interest.
Noah Robotham, 2014, Bishop Gorman (Las Vegas, NV) – The 5-11 point guard is a floor leader and can score. Robotham has upside and will improve his stock shortly. He's one to watch in 2014.
Brian Beard Jr., 2014, La Verne Lutheran (La Verne, CA) – Beard is a strong point guard that has a sound basketball IQ and really knows how to get the ball up the floor. This uptempo guard can also attack the basket or pull-up for the three-point shot. Beard is underrated but will soon gain national attention.