All-Academic Camp Tips 7/11-7/13

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All-Academic Camp Tips 7/11-7/13

Postby Tom Nolette » Wed Jul 12, 2017 6:22 am

All-Academic Camp Tips Tuesday

Serving as the only camp in New England during the Division 1 live periods, the All Academic Camp kicks off Tuesday afternoon and will run through Thursday afternoon at Brandeis University in Waltham, MA. Annually attracting north of 150 of the best academic institutions in the country, this year will be no different.

360 players from 23 states and 4 countries are already committed to participate. Top New England student-athletes who will be in attendance include a group that already claims Division 1 offers, along with several others that are sure to join that group before all is said and done.

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Re: All-Academic Camp Tips 7/11-7/13

Postby Tom Nolette » Wed Jul 12, 2017 8:03 am

All-Academic Camp - Day 1 Recap

...The following players stood out on the opening day of action here at the #AAC:

Toni Rocak (Phillips Exeter, 2018)- The post-graduate from Switzerland finished strong inside through contact all day long. His short-range touch really stood out, as he proved to be automatic within ten feet no matter who was guarding him. Rocak also runs the floor very well for a big, which lead to a lot of easy scoring opportunities.

Zack Mittelstadt (Gould Academy, 2018)- Mittelstadt turned in one of the best performances of the day with his ability to score in transition. He is a player who can grab a defensive rebound and quickly turn the possession into a fast break...

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Re: All-Academic Camp Tips 7/11-7/13

Postby Tom Nolette » Fri Jul 14, 2017 6:51 am

All-Academic Camp - Day 2 AM Recap

With over 100 college coaches swarming Brandeis University for the morning set of games at the All Academic Camp, the following players stood out:

T.J. Rountree (Cheshire Academy, 2018)- Roundtree, who will be taking in a post-graduate year at Cheshire Academy, was one of the more impressive prospects in the AAC field. His athleticism is a notch above the rest, and he gets to the hoop with ease, while his ability to drain jumpers makes him a well-known three-range scoring threat.

Jordan Caruso (Gould Academy, 2018)- Caruso is one of the field's high flyers this year. Appearing to hang in mid-air, Caruso also has a strong feel for the game, as shown by his passing ability in the open court and half court. He knows where every open teammate is on the court, and, combined with his athleticism, should be a great addition for Gould this winter.

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Re: All-Academic Camp Tips 7/11-7/13

Postby Tom Nolette » Mon Jul 17, 2017 5:49 am

All-Academic Camp - Day 3 Recap

All Academic Camp ended with a bang on Thursday afternoon at Brandeis University. While it is easy for players to look toward the next camp or the next tournament during this busy month, there were still plenty of players that finished the camp strong.

Kehinde Aruwajoye (Avon Old Farms, 2018)- The 6'8 big man played better as camp progressed. His activity level increased, and he made a few plays defensively (blocks from the weak side) that had coaches scurrying through their coaches packets to see who he is.

Sean Christy (St. Andrew's, 2018)- Christy continued his strong start to the summer here at All Academic Camp. He shot the ball consistently well and is a team player that does not force his own offense (which is often done in camp settings).

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Re: All-Academic Camp Tips 7/11-7/13

Postby Tom Nolette » Wed Jul 19, 2017 7:37 am

All-Academic Camp - Final Recap

One of the few events across the country that gets so many quality academic student-athletes playing in front of so many quality academic colleges and universities, the All Academic Camp concluded last week with more than 120 schools coming through the doors of Brandeis University to see more than 350 players.

Players who perform well at the AAC have a track record of shining in other events in July. Last year, several AAC alums earned Division 1 offers within a week of this event. This year is proving to be no different, as 2018's Justin Connolly, Toni Rocak & Thomas Shaughnessy have all earned scholarship offers in recent days. Shaughnessy is well-known within the northeast, and Ivy & Patriot league coaches have begun to take notice. Rocak, hailing from Switzerland, was introduced to New England last summer, but has made great strides over the past 12 months and will attend Phillips Exeter for a post-graduate year. As a mobile big man, Connolly does all the little things to...

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