National Champs Scrimmage Charts

LENOIR, N.C. – Scout.com was in the house for the "National Champions Scrimmage" Wednesday night. We got out the shot chart and kept score on some of the game's top prospects.

The following stats are unofficial and in the case of the Oak Hill and Patterson players, two separate halves were combined into one statistical game

SCOUTING REPORT: Davon Jefferson made quite an impression by using his athleticism. His explosive leaping ability has become his signature. A terrific tip dunker and offensive rebounder, Jefferson must find some perimeter consistency to make the leap right out of prep school (he would be the first under the new bargaining rules).


SCOUTING REPORT: Tywon Lawson is our choice for top PG in the senior class and first time observers would have marveled at his quickness and penetration skills, not to mention how good a finisher he is. Normally more of an impact guy on the perimeter, Lawson knew if his team was to win he'd have to share the ball.


SCOUTING REPORT: There isn't a coach in America who wouldn't want this guy on their team. Consummate teammate with a competitive drive. Morphing into a combo guard, he's got tremendous feel and pace to his game. Rarely forces opportunities and shares the basketball. Legitimate two position guard in college.


SCOUTING REPORT: Darrius Sellers is a strong young man with an athletic frame. More suited to be a power forward in college, he's still prone to taking more perimeter shots than needed. His comfort zone is in the paint where he uses quick leaps to make plays at/above the rim. Will be recruited at the mid-major level; teams will watch his development closely.

SCOUTING REPORT: He ran the point for Charis most of the time. Likely position in college is as a shooting guard though experience and savvy will allow him to play a combo role as needed. Strength is his perimeter shot that he can get off even on the move. Competes and is his own toughest critic. Class of 2007 and likely a very good mid-major player who we'll continue to monitor for progress.



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