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. Team 5 was loaded with collegiate prospects and we break down their showings below.
Zak Dwight, Class of 2025, Crisp County
At 6-foot-6, Dwight was arguably the most athletic player in the gym. The south-paw high riser consistently finished above the rim, but showed flashes on the perimeter as well. He created off the bounce and was good in catch and shoot situations. Rebounding and helpside defense were also strong suits in his game. Low to mid programs are starting to sniff around, so stay tuned because a breakout could be on the horizon.
Cam Perkins, Class of 2024, Warner Robins
Perkins has been a staple at Hypesouth Events and his hoop prowess always shines bright. There isn’t much left to say as he enters his final high school campaign. He’s the epitome of a floor general and holds offers from a few HBCU Division-II programs. Miles College, Edward Waters College, and Fort Valley State University are all soliciting his services.
Jay Johnson, Class of 2024, Warner Robins
Johnson looked like a well-oiled machine and understood how to maneuver in a camp setting. Solid available senior with offers from Voorhees University, Pfeiffer University, and Chattahoochee Valley Community College on the table.
Tomaris Haynes, Class of 2028, Oak Hill
Haynes was one of two 8th graders in attendance and he did not disappoint. A smooth ball handler and shot creator that looked like he belonged. Definitely a name to note moving forward.
Aiden Sweenor, Class of 2025, Veterans
Sweenor hustled and played tough all day. He was in the minority when it came to getting on the floor after loose balls.
Joshua Hutchinson, Class of 2025, Veterans
Hutchinson knocked down midrange pull-ups with ease in drill stations and carried his hot hand over to live scrimmages. Very impressive around the horn hitting 15-footers.
Malik Gillespie, Class of 2026, Houston County
Gillespie is a statewide lock as one the top sophomores in Georgia. He was in constant attack mode and it’s easy to see why his name continues to trend in Division-I coaching circles. Georgia State has already extended an offer and a few others are closely monitoring.