"It's All About The Game"
Big Shots D.C. Certified Selected Players, Pt. 2
Ron Bailey, Publisher
More Bigshots DC Certified ballers are presented.
May 7, 2012 - More Bigshots DC Certified standouts follow:
Rodney Moore – 6’0”, 170 pound, Class
of 2014 guard, D-One Sports, Clayton (NC) – Mid-majors like Canisius
are starting to heat up for Moore, and Memphis has inquired. Currently
he’s a combo guard.
Rock Lee-Vaughn, lining up a free throw.
Rockell Lee-Vaughn – 5’10”, 175 pound, Class of 2012 guard, Metroball, Spingarn (DC) – An emotional kid, Lee-Vaughn now channels that properly on the court. His skill set consists of being a long distance shooter who also will finish on the break. Is capable of strapping up also.
Seward CC, Monroe CC, UMES, Frederick, Hagerstown, and Bowie State have all contacted Lee-Vaughn, who will take the SAT again, soon. The kid has expressed an interest to simply get in college, saying “I’m taking anything available. I’m grateful for whatever opportunity”.
Going forward, though he’s a natural shooting guard, Rock must become more of a combo guard for college.
Ronald Whitaker – 6’5”, 200 pound, Class of 2013 swingman, Threat 220, Riverdale Baptist (MD) – A powerful finisher, Whitaker attacks the tin with abandon. He does so on the break and in open court situations.
Going forward must work on his jumper; right now will turn down shots to drive. Must also do a better job of diming.
FAMU, Depaul, Providence, South Florida, George Mason and UMBC are hot on his trail.
Ron Whittaker is an up and comer.
Jordan Baker – 6’3.5”, 190 pound,
Class of 2013 guard, Boo Williams (Woods), Hampton (VA) – If there
was an entry in the dictionary for do-everything guard, Baker’s
picture would be there; this guy can defend, pass, score and lead. Add
dribble to his skill set also.
Baker plans to use the medicine ball and hand weights to drill his ball handling, a point of necessary improvement – it’s not that he can’t pat the rock, he just needs to get quicker/shiftier with it. He also plans to improve his overall skill package.
Davon Hayes, letting a jumper fly.
Davon Hayes - 6'7", 190 pound, Class of 2012 swingman, Monte Clare (PA) - LSU and Mississippi State are pretty much leading for Hayes, while Marquette is in the picture. What they are chasing is a long, dead eye shooter with better than average athletic ability. A decision is coming soon.
Hayes must continue to get stronger, thereby allowing him to take bumps on his drives better. Expect him to further his dribbling skill also.
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