2019 HOOP REVIEW EVENT REPORT

Report on 2019 West Coast Showcase Canada

The 11th Annual West Coast Showcase Camp was held Saturday October 5th at St. Thomas More Collegiate in Burnaby, British Columbia under the direction of Matt McKay from 94 Feet Basketball/Sands High School. Over 70 players participated.  Here is a report on the event.  Players are listed alphabetically within with group.

Top Prospects:

6’2   SG Joshua Dames of BC Christian 2020

Dames made a name for himself as the best shooter at the event. He has very good-looking form, has 3 range and he takes good shots. His catch and shoot off of a screen is difficult to defend. He also shows some ability to handle the ball and finish on one-bounce drives. Dames is also a capable rebounder.

 

5’11   CG Wasley Dass of Killarney HS 2020 (Team West)

Dass is a fairly athletic combo guard who runs the floor well. He handles and passes it well and is a solid playmaker in transition with the ability to finish consistently in the half court, he’s a good driver with a nice first step. Dass plays in attack mode from the beginning to the end.

 

6’10   C   Kong San (Jeff) Ma of BC Christian 2020

Ma is a hard-working five man with long arms and fairly good hands. He finds the open man as a passer on a consistent basis. He can use his left hand inside at times, but he needs to finish better. He is fundamentally sound at the defensive end. Ma understands the importance of blocking out and is a consistent rebounder in his box.

 

6’1 PG Refuge (Harry) Oghomienor of BC Christian 2021

Oghomienor was arguably the top player in the event. He’s a very confident ball handler who runs a team and make a lot of things happen. He pushes the breaks consistently and find the open man as well as showing the ability to go coast to coast himself. He has a nice first step and beats defenders on the drive regularly. The one thing Oghomienor must do is prove himself as a perimeter shooter.

 

6’2 CG Kaeden Skelton of Mount Boucherie HS 2020 (Bears)

Skelton is a pretty complete combo guard who was impressive with his all-around performance in this event. He has a variety of skills and shows the ability to score at all three level (perimeter, mid range, at the rim). He’s effective making plays in transition and finishes well. Skelton is also a solid rebounder from the guard position and can defend on the ball.

 

5’11 PG Jackson Thrackwray of Mac Neill Secondary 2020 (Machoops)

Thrackwray is an impressive one-man with good ball-handling/passing skills. He has good court vision and makes good decisions with the ball in his hands, showing a high IQ. He shoots it ok with 3 range and has a nice floater. He can pull up in the mid-range as well as get to the basket on the drive and finish against contact. Thrackwray has a motor and competes on every play.

 

 

 

Other Prospects to Consider

 

6’5 SF Nik Babaeff of Claremont HS 2020 (Team West)

Active, fairly long arms, finishes well, can hit the mid-range shot, communicates well.

 

6’6 PF D’Ante Dean of BC Christian 2021

Active and fairly athletic, has a solid postup game-nice drop step and a jump hook, pursues rebound well.

 

5’6 CG Tanner Devlin of MacNeil Secondary 2021 (Machoops)

Knows how to play, confident shooter with long range, pushes the break well, penetrates ok, can rebound, competes.

 

5’6 PG Marco Esteban of MacNeil Secondary 2022 (Machoops)

Athletic one-man, handles it well/good passer, capable playmaker in transition, sees the floor, penetrates effectively, works hard on defense, understands help defense, has a motor.

 

6’2 SF Owen Labadie of Mount Boucherie 2020 (Bears)

Active wing, has a nice dribble drive-gets to the rim well, also has a pull up middle game.

 

6’1 SG Caleb Faust of Langley HS 2021 (Team West)

Fairly good spot-up 3-point shooter, can beat defender on the drive, makes the on-the money pass.

 

5’9 CG Tiernan McDougall of Lord Byng HS 2020 (Team Coast)

Solid ball handler, pushes the break, nice-looking shooter with some range, can penetrate into the lane, plays with confidence.

 

6’1 G/W Graeme Pratt of South Delta HS 2021 (Team Coast)

Confident shooter with range, good shot selection, moves well without the ball, hustle/intensity is there.

 

6’1 SG Gyan Sandhu of Sands HS 2021 (94 Feet)

Effective catch and shoot, capable ball handler, can create and finish in transition.

 

6’0 SG Jimmy Zaborniak of Burnaby South HS 2022 (Team West)

Can handle and pass it, runs the floor, capable playmaker in transition, shoots it ok with 3 range, solid defender.

 

 

 

 

Names to Note:

 

6’2       SF   Omar Abumalouh of MacNeil Secondary 2020 (Machoops)

6’         SF   Joben Bhullar of Sands HS 2022 (94 Feet)

6’6      SF   Micah Boone of BC Christian 2021

6’0      PG  Jude Conlin-Williams of  Elphinstone HS 2022 (Team West)

6’1      SG  Jordan Gidda of Fraser Heights HS 2021 (Team Coast)

6’3      F     Selwyn Munian of Sands HS 2021 (94 Feet)

6’4      F     Ajmair Parmar of Centennial HS 2021 (Team West)

6’0      SG  Hudson Swam of MacNeil Secondary 2020 (Machoops)

6’1      SF   Ethan Williams of Mount Boucherie HS 2022 (Bears)

2018 Event Report

Report on 2018 West Coast Showcase Canada

The tenth annual West Coast Showcase camp was held Saturday October 6th at Trinity Western University in Langley, British Columbia under the direction of Matt McKay from Sands High School.

Top Prospects: (*indicates highest consideration)

6’6 CF Leroy Adderly of BC Christian Prep 2019

Adderly is a long and athletic combo forward with fairly good strength. He finishes well, has an ok pull-up game and is a fair shooter.

 

*6’6 S F Jaxon Cohee of St. George’s School 2020 (Team Blanco)

Cohen is a wing with a solid all-around game. He’s a solid ball handler who takes care of the ball and he has good vision as a passer. He can make plays in transition and has a nice pull up game in the half court. His best asset is his ability to drive to the basket and finish. Cohee does need to show more consistency as a perimeter shooter.

 

6’5 CF Delwin Hothi of Seaquam HS 2019 (Team Blanco)

Hothi is a versatile combo forward. He’s an ok ball handler who can dribble operate on the block and has a solid floater shot. He is also a decent defender and a good rebounder.

 

5’10 PG Kyle Houston of Kelowna Christian HS 2022 (Team Muhic)

Houston is a promising young point guard with a solid offensive game. He is a confident ball handler and passer who has a pull up game in the half court. He penetrates into the lane ok and has a decent floater shot.

 

6’6 P Geevon Janday of GW Graham HS 2019 (Team Muhic)

Janday is a post man who can play inside or outside. He can bounce it some and can score on the face up drive. He’s also a solid rebounder.

 

6’3 W Varris Janda of Tamawanis HS 2020 (Cats 2)

Janda is a wing man with a versatile skills set. He handles and passes it fairly well and is a solid playmaker in transition. He can score from the perimeter, with a pull up mid-range and on the drive.

 

5’8 PG Masahi Kai of BC Christian Prep 2019

Kai is a true point-guard who can run a team. He makes good decisions and makes the right pass consistently. He can shoot it some and also anticipates well defensively.

 

6’2 CG Tegbir Kainth of Tamawanis HS 2020 (Cats 1)

Kainth is a combo guard with some promise. He can run a team and also has some ability to score in a half-court setting.

 

6’10 C Jeff Ma of BC Christian Prep 2019

Ma is a five man with long arms and good footwork on the block. He is a little mechanical but is a difficult matchup. He is an ok rebounder in his box.

 

 

*6.0 G/W Harry Oghomienor of BC Christian Prep 2021

Oghomienor is a very athletic guard with quickness and leaping ability. He can handle the ball and has a nice first step on the drive. He has the strength to finish against contact. He shoots it ok with long range and he is a lockdown defender. Oghomienor is doing a nice job turning into complete player.

 

6’5 G/W Jeevan Sidhu of Tamowanis HS 2019 (Cats 1)

Sidhu is a versatlie guard/wing who has the ability to play on or off the ball. He makes play on the break with solid passing skills. He goes hard on the drive and can finish with either hand.

 

6’1 SG Armaan Shoker of GW Graham HS 2019 (Team Blanco)

Shoker is a competitive and intense two guard. He’s a competent ball handler with a pull up game in the half court and can shoot it some with 3-range. He is a good communicator who knows how to play.

 

6’1 SG Anmol Shoker of GW Graham 2019 (Team Sodhan)

Shoker is a team guy with natural leadership. He’s a two guard with a variety of skills who maximizes what he has.

 

6’2 SG Spencer Simeao of Claremont HS 2020 (Team Muhic)

Simeao is a hard-working two guard who can run the floor. He finishes in transition, moves without the ball in the half court and is a capable defender.

 

5’10 CG Jackson Thackwray of AR MacNeil HS 2021 (Machoops)

Thackwray is a combo guard who knows how to play and impacts the game in various ways. He makes plays in transition and in the half court for himself and others.

 

*6’6 SF Luke Tobias of Sir Charles Tupper HS 2021 (Team Sodhan)

Tobias is a bright prospect who fared well at this event. He’s a small forward with long arms who has a nice skill set. He’s a capable ball handler and passer who has a middle game in the half court. He is an ok (set) shooter with 3-point range. He is also a fairly good rebounder. Tobias could use some physical strength to prepare for the next level.

 

6’4 SF Cole Wicker of GW Graham HS 2019 (Team Muhic)

Wicker is a wing with a nice all-around skills set. He can score at all three levels (perimeter, mid-range, at the rim) and has capable ball handling skills.

 

6’0 SG Drew Williams of Kelowna Christian HS 2022 (Team Sodhan)

Williams is a young two guard who can score with a pull up, a floater or a perimeter shot (with 3 range). He shows promise at the offensive end.

 

6’0 PG Ethan Williams on Mount Boucherie HS 2020 (Team Sodhan)

Williams is a one-man with an all-around game. He works hard defensively, has a nice first step on the drive and shoots it ok with 3-point range.

 

Other Names to Note :

 

6’1 CG   Omar Abumalouh of AR MacNeil HS 2019 (Machoops)

6’1 CG   Drake Dempsey of Tamawanis HS 2019 (Cats 1)

6’2 SG  Nuno De Sousa of BC Christian Prep 2019

6’1 SG   Arminas Illciukas of Richmond HS 2021 (Team Muhic)

5’9 PG   Sky Tan of AR MacNeil HS 2019 (Machoops)

6’2 SG   Usman Tung of AR MacNeil HS 2019 (Machoops)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Top 12 All Star Game (Selected by camp staff)

 

6’6   SF Jaxon Cohee of St George’s School 2020 (Team Blanco)

6’5   CF Delwin Hothi of Seaquam HS 2019 (Team Blanco)

6’6   P Geevon Janday of GW Graham HS 2019 (Team Muhic)

6’3   W Varris Janda of Tamawanis HS 2020 (Cats 2)

6’2   CG Tegbir Kainth of Tamawanis HS 2020 (Cats 1)

6’1   SG Armaan Shoker of GW Graham HS 2019 (Team Blanco)

6’1   Anmol Shoker of GW Graham HS 2019 (Team Sodhan)

6’5   G/W Jeevan Sidhu of Tamawanis HS 2019 (Cats 1)

5’10 CG Jackson Thackwray of AR MacNeil HS 2021 (Machoops)

6’6   SF Luke Tobias of Sir Charles Tupper HS 2021 (Team Sodan)

6’4   Cole Wicker of GW Graham HS 2019 (Team Machoops)

6’0   PG Ethan Williams of Mount Boucherie HS 2020 (Team Sodhan)

 

Note: BC Christian Prep Players were not available for top 12 game.

 

SCHEDULE AND INDIVIDUAL ROSTERS

Event Schedule

9:30 AM – 9:55AM 

Check-in

10:00 AM – 10:05 AM        

Opening Remarks

10:05 AM – 10:10 AM 

Group Warmup

10:10AM – 10:50 AM    

Drills / Teaching Stations

10:50 AM – 11:00 AM

Break

11:00 AM – 3:00 PM

Games

 

Game Schedule

 

11:00AM – 11:24 AM   

Court A             BC CHRISTIAN V TEAM BLANCO

Court B             CATS 1 V TEAM SODHAN

 

11:30AM – 11:54 PM     

Court A             MACHOOPS V TEAM MUHIC

Court B             CATS 2 V TEAM BLANCO

 

12 PM – 12:24 PM 

Court A             BC CHRISTIAN V TEAM MUHIC

Court B             CATS 1 V MACHOOPS

 

12:30 PM – 12:54 PM  

Court A             CATS 2 V TEAM SODHAN

Court B             BC CHRISTIAN V TEAM MUHIC

 

1 PM – 1:24 PM     

Court A             BC CHRISTIAN V CATS 1

Court B             CATS 2 V TEAM MUHIC

 

1:30PM – 1:54 PM     

Court A             TEAM SODHAN V MACHOOPS

Court B             TEAM BLANCO V CATS 1

 

2PM – 2:24 PM     

Court A             CATS 2 V MACHOOPS

Court B             TEAM BLANCOV TEAM SODHAN

 

2:30PM – 2:50PM   

Court A             Top 12 game

 

2:50 PM – 3:00 PM   

Final Remarks

TEAM BLANCO
NUMBER NAME Grad Year
95 DELWIN HOTHI 2019 SEAQUAM G2/DELTA FORCE
24 ARMAAN SHOKER 2019 GW GRAHAM TRANSCANADA
JAXON COHEE 2020 ST. GEORGE’S SCHOOL DRIVE
9 BRIAND LEDA 2021 NOTRE DAME N/A
CLEMENT YEN 2021 RIVERSIDE TCYBA
35 MARCUS HUI 2022 MEADOWRIDGE N/A
6 COLE KOOP 2022 KELOWNA CHRISTIAN FYBA
TEAM MUHIC
12 GEEVON JANDAY 2019 GW GRAHAM TRANSCANADA
9 COLE WICKER 2019 GW GRAHAM TRANSCANADA
42 SPENCER SIMEAO 2020 CLAREMONT JR. VIKES
ARMINAS ILLCIUKAS 2021 RICHMOND DRIVE
4 NIC WRIXON 2022 COLLINGWOOD VANCITY
41 MYLES DOUGLAS 2022 GP VANIER N/A
48 KYLE HOUSTON 2022 KELOWNA CHRISTIAN FYBA
TEAM SODHAN
11 ANMOL SHOKER 2019 GW GRAHAM TRANSCANADA
13 ETHAN GILES 2020 FRANCIS KELSEY JR. VIKES
7 ETHAN WILLIAMS 2020 MOUNT BOUCHERIE FYBA
10 LUKE TOBIAS 2021 SIR CHARLES TUPPER INTERNATIONAL SQUAD
4 AKASH NARAYAN 2022 ENVER CREEK DRIVE
6 ROMAN NIKOLAEV 2022 NEW WESTMINSTER BURNABY EAGLES
21 DREW WILLIAMS 2022 KELOWNA CHRISTIAN FYBA

Game Rules

  • Games are twenty minutes with running clock. Stop clock the last minute of the game according to regular high school rules.

 

  • Bonus situation on common fouls the last five minutes of the game (one shot for two points).

 

  • In shooting foul situation: one shot for two or three points (depending on the attempt).

 

  • When fouled in the act of shooting and the shot goes in: three points are awarded (two for the basket, one for the foul shot) and no foul shot is taken.

 

  • When fouled on a three-point attempt and shot goes in: four points are awarded (no foul shot)

 

  • Three-minute warm-up between games.

 

  • One technical foul is automatic ejection for player.

 

  • Points for technical foul are automatic (no shots taken).

 

  • One 30-second time out per game.

 

  • Overtime is sudden death. First team to score one point is the winner. No time outs.

 

BC’s Premier Talent Identification Opportunity is Back!

Be part of BC’s top development and exposure opportunity – the 2018 West Coast Showcase Camp!  Brought to you by 94 Feet Basketball Camps and featuring coverage from The Hoop Review, the west coast’s top college scouting service.  Instruction is led by the Hoop Review’s Gerry Freitas, who brings over 20 years of collegiate and professional level coaching experience.

Registration for individuals is now open here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/10th-annual-west-coast-showcase-camp-tickets-49416440905

Interested in bringing your entire team?  Email matthew.mckay@94feetbasketballcamps.com for more information.

 

 

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