King James: Day Two

A few Wake Forest recruits where on hand in Akron, OH., putting in solid performances. Evan Daniels, of, saw Eric Wallace, Demetri McCamey, Josh Southern and Malcolm Delaney today and broke down there games.

Demetri McCamey – Illinois Wolves – Possessed with a great physical body, McCamey has the ability to use his body and get to the basket. He really pushed his team to a victory this morning. It was a close game before his defense and fast break points sealed the win for the Wolves.

Malcolm Delaney – Team Melo – The Maryland native showed good form on his jump shot and knocked in some J's from all over the floor. He played a lot of two guard today and did some slashing as well. He made a sweet floater over Eric Wallace and with Dante Green's help got Team Melo into the Elite Eight.

Delaney, who has already been on Wake Forest's campus, said that he hadn't heard much from the Demon Deacons lately. But they are a school that he definitely willing to listen to.

Eric Wallace – D-One Sports – Yesterday the jumper looked better, today…not so much. He did hit one pull up jumper. but failed to knock anything outside of two feet down the rest of the game. He did have one nasty dunk down the middle of the lane as well as a tip in off an offensive rebound.

Josh Southern – Michigan Mustangs – He's a little heavy on his feet, however, he's still learning. He's a lot less raw than he was last year though. Southern fights hard for rebounds in his area. One particular possession he turned and missed a short jumper but fought hard for the rebound and ended up with a tip in.

Look for interviews and recruitment updates on some of these guys later in the week!

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