Upstate Guard Has Solid Division One Interest

Reporter Mike Sullivan profiles the individual game of Kam Ritter, who competes for Jim Hart's Albany City Rocks AAU program during the spring and summer tournaments ...

Kameron Ritter, a 6-foot-3 backcourt player from Christian Brothers Academy in Albany, N.Y., continues to stockpile solid division one interest in his skill level.

Many college programs will likely watch Ritter play on the AAU circuit next month during the evaluation period. Kam will play for Jim Hart's Albany City Rocks basketball program.

JIM HART'S THOUGHTS ON KAM RITTER'S GAME:

He's not a flashy player. But Kam is a player you want making decisions in the offense. He's steady, works hard, and gets his teammates involved in the offense.

PREVIOUS EVALUTION OF KAM RITTER'S INDIVIDUAL GAME:

Kam is a team player who won't force the issue or make silly mistakes. He can fit into any type of offense and be productive.

Ritter takes care of the basketball and has a good feel for the game. He understands the value of every individual possession.

Ritter is also tough on the defensive end. He plays his defender hard and has a big windspan, utilizing his long arms to deflect passes and make on the ball steals against his opponent.

COLLEGES/UNIVERSITIES OF INTEREST: Fairfield, Marist, Buffalo, Drake, Holy Cross, Davidson, American, Siena, Boston University, Harvard, Cornell, Columbia, Princeton, George Mason, James Madison, Delaware, William and Mary, Northeastern, TCU, Elon, Delaware St., and Penn.


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