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San Antonio, TX – Coach Pete’s San Antonio Camp was held on Saturday, October 13 at MacArthur High School. Prospects from all over Texas were in attendance. This camp has become a destination year-after-year.  Area Codes Basketball was there to evaluate these prospects and there were a few that stood out.  Their evaluations along with links to their highlight videos (click the name) can be found below in no particular order:

5’9″ Bryce Friday (Austin, TX – Dripping Springs HS 2022) – One of the youngest players in camp, Friday did some impressive things throughout the day. He showed an ability to hit the open shot and had a 2:1 assist-to-turnover ratio. In addition to his hustle on the court, Friday gets it done in the classroom with a 3.75 GPA. Again, he’s only a freshman so this Dripping Springs HS product is only going to get better from here.

6’2″ Stacey Adams (Converse, TX – Judson HS 2021) – Adams was another player with a strong showing. His court vision was on display as he picked up 8 assists with only 1 turnover on the day. Adams also shot a strong 18/34 from inside the arc. His outside shot could use a little work, but he does have an ability to finish at and attack the rim. Only a sophomore, Adams is another player that is only going to get better throughout his high school career.

6’2″ Will Harris (San Antonio, TX – Clark HS 2021) – Can crash the glass! Harris showed that he can pull down rebounds as he had one of the higher rebound totals with 26 during camp. A defensive inside presence, he also had 3 blocks. While he needs a little improvement on his outside game, Harris had a good day inside offensively and did not have any turnovers. He should be able to improve his offense beyond the arc as he is only a sophomore. He also has a 3.3 GPA.

6’4″ Caleb Willis (New Braunfels, TX – Canyon HS 2019) – One of the most exciting players at camp, Willis shot an incredible 40/65 inside the arc. A great athlete, he finishes strong at the rim. Willis also had a number of dunks that were impressive. He also gets the job done on defense as he had 3 blocks and 29 rebounds. This is another player programs should be taking a look at. His 3.25 GPA only makes his résumé even better.