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(Helping Our Youth Achieve Success) organization will be hosting an Elite 50 Basketball Showcase for boys and girls from sixth grade to ninth grade on Monday, Jan. 15, at the Queenstown Sports Center. Open registration is $45. The Queenstown Sports Center is located at 620 4H Park Road in Queenstown. President and Co Founder John Queen. “This showcase will focus on individual skill improvement with skill development.
“This is a perfect way to showcase your skills, and you may even be selected as one of our Elite50 prospects,” he said. are selecting 25 boys and 25 girls from sixth grade to ninth grade to showcase and promote as its Elite 50 basketball players on the Eastern Shore. Each class features five boys and five girls.
The first Elite 50 class to be completed is the boys 2020 class, currently sophomores in high school. They feature Kent County guard JayShaun Freeman, Colonel Richardson guard Diante Dickerson, Wicomico guard Jaden Baker, North Caroline forward Keydron Wayman and Stephen Decatur forward Churchill Bounds.
The other classes are in development but have some players selected. Cambridge South Dorchester freshman Kenya Jones joins Queen Anne’s teammates Jurnee Wilson and Taylor Wall in the 2021 girls class.
Kent Island sophomore Blair Goodrich has been selected to the girls 2020 class. The 2022 class includes Kendall Moxey and Asia Reed, both from Centreville Middle School.
On the boys side, Zion Shockley of Stephen Decatur has been selected for the 2021 class, and Jacob Todd of Matapeake Middle has been selected for the 2023 class.
“Within this showcase, players will learn advanced basketball training techniques and teachings that they can utilize in their own trainings,” Queen said. “The event is a great experience for players to compete against regional competition and test their basketball ability,” he said. “The players compete in exposure games, various drills, contests and interviews.”
Camper, now a freshman at Siena College, earned a basketball scholarship and is studying to be a civil engineer. He had a 3.929 grade point average as Kent County 2017 graduate. He was a National Honor Society member and ranked in the top 10 of Kent County’s graduating class.
He was a four year varsity starter on the Trojans’ basketball team, averaging more than 26 points a game as a junior. Camper became the first student at the high school to achieve the 1,000 point milestone in their junior year.