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October 15, 2012
LOUISVILLE -- Action at the John Lucas Midwest Invitational camp wrapped up early Sunday afternoon. After a morning of skills stations, the campers had two last chances to play in games. Junior point guards JaQuan Lyle and Quentin Snider showed their contrasting styles while freshman Justin Jackson from Canada looks to be the real deal. The camp also gave us a good look at many other young prospects.
Lyle and Snider offer a contrast in styles
The two best point guards in attendance at the John Lucas Midwest Invitational
play entirely different styles. On one hand you have a big strong, 6-foot-4 guy
in JaQuan Lyle who ranks No. 19 in the class of 2014. On the other hand
you have a slick, quick six-footer in Quentin Snider who currently
ranks No. 36 in the class of 2014.
Jackson makes a major impression
One of the camp's best players was also one of the youngest as freshman
Justin Jackson made a huge impression during his two days in camp.
More from Lucas camp
second day in a row, 6-foot-8 sophomore big man Carlton Bragg from Ohio
was impressive. The thin four man really gets up and down the court, has pretty
good hands and in terms of size and body type reminds some of a young Ed Davis.
So far he's heard from
West Virginia, Illinois, DePaul,
Temple and Louisville.