San Antonio, TX – Coach Pete’s San Antonio Camp was held September 16, 2017 at Alamo City All Stars Sportsplex. Prospects from all over the south came to attend the camp that has been a destination year-after-year. Area Codes Basketball was there to evaluate these prospects and there were 9 that stood out. Their evaluations along with links to their highlight videos (click the name) can be found below in no particular order:
6’0” Cy Young (Austin, TX – Bowie HS 2020) – It was hard not to notice Young as he did not shy away from attacking and showed multiple ways he could score. Statistically, he was one of the most efficient doing so going 16 for 26 from inside the arc and 6 for 12 from outside the arc. He seemed to be in control of the game despite his young age and will definitely be a player to keep an eye on going forward.
6’1” Parker De Leon (San Antonio, TX – San Antonio Christian 2019) – Hard to say that this guy isn’t solid when De Leon possessed the second best assist to turnover ratio in camp with 11 assists and 0 turnovers. He let the game come to him and made the right plays consistently. High academic schools should be on alert here as he possesses a 3.82 GPA.
6’1” Alemã Louis (Round Rock, TX – Round Rock HS 2019) – Louis is another high academic school target that the camp had to offer as he possesses a 4.0 GPA and showed the ability to do a little bit of everything during camp. The long guard has some length to him and could be a guy that sees his game improve quite a bit over the next couple years due to some untapped potential.
5’10” Quinton Uribe (San Antonio, TX – St. Anthony HS 2019) – Uribe had a great feel for changing directions, speed, and attacking holes in the defense. Due to this, he was able to draw 2 defenders often times and make the necessary plays to make his teammates look better. The crafty point guard may have been the most fun to watch with the way he could see something before it happened… 3.6 GPA
6’4” Preston House (Quinlan, TX – Ford HS 2018) – House mixed it up at the rim constantly. He welcomed contact and didn’t think twice when seeing an open lane that he could exploit with his quick first step to take the ball to the basket. One of the best rebounders during camp is definitely one programs should look into.
6’4” Jacob Bollinger (San Antonio, TX – William J Brennan 2018) – Bollinger really showed some glimpses of what he could do at the next level as he continues to develop. He made some eye opening shots and plays that had me thinking of what could be to come. Bollinger’s best years of basketball seem to be ahead of him.
6’7” Mark Eastin (Quinlan, TX – Ford HS 2018) – As continues to develop his outside game, Eastin could really be a mismatch nightmare at the next level. While he didn’t take many outside shots/show an ability to shoot, he showed guard like abilities to put the ball on the floor and finish at the rim. He’s a deceptive athlete and a guy you may be able to switch onto a guard on defense.
6’2” Journee Phillips (San Antonio, TX – Karen Wagner HS 2020) – Phillips ranks up there with some of most talented guys I’ve seen at Coach Pete Camps. He was relentlessly attacking all weekend showed a full arsenal of ways that he could hurt you offensively. His physicality, ability to score going to the basket with athleticism, shot making ability, defense, motor, and counter moves when the defense cuts him off at such a young age will make Phillips a name that a lot will know out of San Antonio.