Evaluation Notes: Kamaka Hepa continues to impress with his versatility and was one of this weekend's top performers at the Elite 100. He's got good size and length for a four man with outstanding vision. He's going to be able to defend many fours and fives at the next level. Hepa is still improving as a shooter and scorer - he's better hitting midrange jumpers than three - but his size, length, motor and terrific vision will make him a valuable player in college.
Recruiting picking up for Top 30 2018 PF Kamaka Hepa
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