Junior point guard Sedrick Barefield walked off the court Saturday at Pangos All-American Camp with a little bit of a limp. He said he was a little off.
"You know I just got to get back to my flow," said Barefield after the game. "Making shots, staying positive and just getting back to my game."
Barefield's game was not gone for long. He was chosen at the end of the Pangos All-American Camp to play in the Top 60 "Cream of the Crop" game. Barefield said he enjoyed the camp, especially the great competition and the chance to work on his game.
"Decision making," said Barefield in response to what part of his game he was focusing on. "Being more of a leader for my team and just playing to win."
Barefield says he picks up leadership tips by studying Kyrie Irving, the former Duke point guard and first-overall pick by the Cleveland Cavaliers in the 2011 NBA draft.
Barefield is continuing to work on his game throughout the recruiting process, where he has already picked up a handful of offers.
I've talked to USC and UCLA a little bit," said Barefield.
Barefield seemed particularly excited about the new coaching staff for the Trojans.
"I like it a lot over there," he said. "They're going to be good, they're doing some good things."
Still, Barefield says he's likes all the schools right now and is not focusing too much on it. In the meantime, the 6-foot-2, 180-pound Barefield says he wants to "just keep improving and getting better."