Friday, July 13, 2012


      Algevon Eichelberger is a player that every team needs and he showed why at the fab frosh camp. Algevon was a rebound magnet. His great foot work was on full display while he showed off an arsenal of post moves and mid range jumpers that kept defenses guessing. He led the fast break a few times and hit his open team mates. His stellar play got him selected to the top 20 all star game which he just so happened to dominate. He has sneaky athleticism that he showed off with a power dunk through traffic for the first play of the all star game. Mr. Eichelberger is going to have to start stepping out of the post more. He has to continue working on his jump shot and ball handling. If he does, he has a chance to be a special player. Algevon Eichelberger is a Nations Elite Prospect!!

Wednesday, July 11, 2012


     Edrice Adebayo is basically a young man in a grown mans body. He is super athletic and can jump out of the gym. During camp Edrice ran the floor well and was a blocking machine during game play. When he was in transition he finished well at the rim. He was teamed up with VJ King and Christian Turner during game play. It was a treat to see him in action with high caliber players getting him the ball. He was a top 20 allstar game selection and he deserved it. For the next phase of his career (high school) he needs to get his foot work together and get some good post moves to go along with the nice mid range shot he has. This kids future is very bright. I know I'm going to see him on somebodies D1 squad in a few years. He is a Nations Elite Prospect!

Monday, July 9, 2012


    Mr. Winston is very crafty and elusive with the ball in his hands. He was one of the best guards in the camp. He isn't the fastest guard but he has deceptive speed. A plus for Cassius is that he knows when to play fast and when to play slow. He has a nice mid range game. He also has good range from the three point line but he has to become more consistent with his shot. His play got him selected to the top 20 allstar game. Keep your ears open because I'm sure we'll hear allot about Mr. Winston ballin out in the state of Mi. He is a Nations Elite Prospect!

Saturday, July 7, 2012


    VJ King played well at the 2012 Fab Frosh camp. The year he spent playing high school ball in NC. has really paid off. His game is very smooth and refined. You can tell he has patented it after a certain NBA player (Kobe). That game was put on full display during team play. He showed he possessed a nice mid range game. His height and frame made it easy for him to attack the basket. VJ played his way into the top 20 all star game. His play in that game was no where near a measurement of how he performed overall at the camp. He was guarded by Jayson Tatum in the top 20 game and he  made it a point to play top notch defense on Mr. King. So his output in the top 20 all star game wasn't his best. VJ will be a player to watch for years to come. He should be number one on every body's ranking after AAU nationals if he isn't already. He is definitely a Nations Elite Prospect!

Friday, July 6, 2012


     We really enjoyed watching this kid play. His game has improved even from when we just saw him at the John Lucas IMSC. He is a team player and exhibited that at the Fab Frosh Camp. He is a good slasher and handles the ball well. He was selected to play in the top 20 all star game. In that game he was given the assignment to defend VJ King and did a great job. He basically shut him down. His shooting range needs to improve and he needs to get stronger but overall Mr. Tatum has a very bright future. Keep an eye out for this Nations Elite Prospect.


    Willie Jackson is a walking high light reel. Mr. Jackson was dunking anything that came off the rim. He came to the fab frosh to try and make a name for himself and did just that. He was a top 20 allstar game selection.  His offensive game is mainly alleys and dunks at this point. He is going to have to work on his mid range game and also his ball handling to prepare for high school.  I expect to continue to hear nothing but good things from this Ohio native who will be attending Garfield high school in Cleavland.

Ben Coupet @ The 2012 Fab Frosh Camp

     We got the chance to see Mr. Coupet play several times at the Fab Frosh camp. His performance at the camp led to him being selected to play in the top 20 allstar game. He played on a very talented team at the camp that had two additional top 20 players (Eron Gordon and Algevon Eichelberger). The main part of his game that stands out right now is his slashing ability. He got to the basket at will. He made several above the rim plays so theres no questioning his athleticism. He is going to have to improve his mid range game and 3pt. shot. That should come in time as he continues to work on his game. This kid has a ton of potential. He will be attending Simeon high school in Chicago this fall. His father also attended Simeon and was a very good player there. So from all indications, like father like son.