(Pictured: Lamont Samuell)
Written BY: Nathan Blue (Realscout.net)
RealScout.net NYC Uncommitted Seniors List
(Part 4) Final Chapter
Lamont Samuell 6'1 Boys & Girls (Brooklyn)
22ppg, 11rpg, 5apg (Playoff Stats)
His transformation into a elite point guard says it all. Samuels can play at the Highest Level, similar to Kentucky's Ramel Bradley. He's the most creative guard in the city.
Jin Hong 6'7 Molloy (Queens)
Hong is a great role player. Natural 4 man but can play the 5 or 3 if needed. Hong is a DII level player.
Anthony Hammer 5'10 Loughlin PG (Brooklyn)
Hammer is one of the best defensive guards in the CHSAA. Always a reliable player, Hammer gives you 32 minutes of hard work. DIII/DII Level
Johnathan Williams 6'3 & Charles Fenner 6'2
Rice HS (Manhattan)
Durand Scott and Lamont Jones were two of the most talked about freshman in the city. Scott has since committed to Miami and Jones to Vtech. Williams and Fenner weren't suppose to be big time players, and they aren't ACC/Big East Level.
But, they are two solid guards who make the Rice Raiders go. You would never know there names, but you would feel the impact they have on any given game. Both have the talent to be top scores and all-around players if they were to play in the PSAL. I have no idea where these two guys are going, but like mostly everyone I named. You will hear about there destinations in the near future.
Eric Klingsberg 6'3 Holy Cross (Queens)
E.K. will probably end up playing DI Basketball. His ability to score is needed by many teams in some of our area, like the NEC and America East. If the EK ends up going DII which can always happen too EK will be a terror.
Marion Smith 5'10 Christ the King (Queens)
The quiet leader for the Royals. Smith will be a better college player than he was in high school. To appreciate Marion's worth to CK, you really needed to watch his progression over the last four years.
Johnathan Douglass 5'11 Newtown HS (Queens)
Will be a guard you hear about in the long run. Hard worker and didn't get alot of exposure playing for his "A" school. Douglass will most likely end up in junior college.
(Picture from Fiveborosports.com)