Macon, Georgia — Another Unsigned Hype Camp is in the the books and we’re back with our team-by-team breakdowns. We take pride in evaluating each kid that attends our camps for a multitude of reasons. Every year there are a few prospects that make names for themselves and this year was no different. Here is our Team 4 analysis.
Rinaldo Callaway, Class of 2026, Southwest-Macon
Callaway had his way on the interior. He’s a rebounding machine that cleaned the boards on both ends and made a living on second chance opportunities.
Caron Howard, Class of 2026, Southwest-Macon
Howard scored and facilitated at high levels. His ability to do whatever’s needed from the lead spot is invaluable and attractive to college coaches looking for a do-it-all floor general. He has a standing offer from Mercer and was undoubtedly one of the top performers from the day.
Donovan Carter, Class of 2024, Howard
Carter did damage slashing the lane, was active on the glass, and showed above average efficiency from distance. A hard playing available senior that possesses a few LM offers.
Elijah Brooks, Class of 2025, Rutland
Brooks didn’t force the action and strategically picked his spots. He was low volume (usage) on the offensive side, but efficient when opportunities presented themselves.
Justin Johnson, Class of 2025, Washington County
This kid did not shy away from competition. He matched up with the who’s who prospects in attendance and that’s worth an applause. Grinding and getting better is what camp’s about.
Chazten Stokes, Class of 2027, Mary Persons
The incoming Bulldog freshman was productive from both guard positions. Stokes found open areas off the ball and got to the rack with the ball in his hands. High-IQ player.
Christian Mosley, Class of 2025
Mosley came into camp relatively unknown, but finished the day with a few evaluators taking notice. Solid showing for the developing class of 2025 guard.