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Selected DCP/Big Shots guys






Ron Bailey, Publisher

DC Premier and Cecil Kirk had many talented players perform.


April 12, 2016 - Last weekend at New 24 fitness center in District Heights, MD, DC Premier again partnered with Big Shots to host a pre-Division I evaluation period tune up tournament. Following are selected guys from DCP and Baltimore’s Cecil Kirk.

Drew Green – 6’1”, 150 pound Class of 2019 guard, Lake Clifton (MD), Cecil Kirk (15u) – Athletic and aggressive, Green likes to push to the cup in transition, where he can put it down. Also pressures defenses in half court settings.

Looks to have the makings of a very good defensive player, if he wants it. Must become a better outside shooter.

Folks will know who Fred Corwell after this summer.

Fred Corwell – 5’11”, 145 pound Class of 2019 guard, Crossland (MD), DC Premier (15u) – Corwell can simply get buckets; he drives (a righty who loves to go left), shoots and finishes. Fred is offensively talented.

Must become more of a point guard, as diming is not his primary focus. Also has to be a better leader, including controlling his body language.

Daniel Kiely is one of the best unsigned senior PG's available in the Mid-Atlantic region.

Daniel Kiely
– 6’2”, 185 pound Class of 2016 point guard, Oakland Mills (MD), Cecil Kirk (17u) – A pass first point guard, Kiely has a great feel for the game and an ability to deliver the rock all over the court.

Is a floor leader, though he could become more vocal. Kiely also needs to play with constant motor; at times can float.

Morgan State has offered him, while Sam Houston State and Boise State have shown interest.

Elijah Clarance is certainly Division I material.

Elijah Clarance
– 6’3”, 180 pound Class of 2017 guard, St. Maria Goretti (MD), DC Premier (17u) – A left handed athletic slasher, Clarance pounds the rim. Plays with speed and heart.

Clarance understands becoming more of a point guard would be beneficial – he doesn’t have to be a full time lead guard, but being able to play it in college boasts his recruitment and effectiveness. Part of that is learning to change speeds. To his credit he’s also displaying the fruits of increased outside shooting work.

A native of Malmo, Sweden, Clarance has been offered by the likes of Towson and LaSalle, while St. Joe’s is showing interest.

Rasheed Brown could become one of B'More's best.

Rasheed Brown
– 6’1”, 165 pound Class of 2018 guard, Lake Clifton (MD), Cecil Kirk (16u) – Brown is a smooth left handed guard who makes plays all over the floor. Is always calm and collected.

Must get stronger and further develop his right hand, as now he’s left-dominant.

Jon Preston has shown he belongs in big time travel team action.

Jon Preston – 6’2”, 170 pound Class of 2018 guard, Clinton Christian (MD), DC Premier (16u) – Tough and athletic, Preston competes, giving DCP a perimeter player who gets after it. Is a solid ball handler.

Needs to become a better jump shooter going forward.

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