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Event Recap: SEBA Fall Showcase

September 18, 2013 by Eric Wallace

The 8th Annual SEBA Under Armour Fall Showcase took place on Saturday at Tampa Prep. College coaches and various scouting services were in attendance to evaluate over 80 prospects from the Tampa area. Here are a few of the notable performances.

Barry Brown (Gibbs)
6’2 – SG – 2015
One of the better guards in the state’s 2015 class, Brown is a well rounded perimeter prospect. While he did not show much of it on Saturday, he is a very good shooter with deep range. The junior seems to be improving his ability to create off the dribble and score in the lane. A host of Division I programs are keeping their eyes on Brown.

Sajon Ford (Gibbs)
6’10 – 2015 – PF
He was a late arrival on Saturday, but it was worth the wait to see the top prospect in the event. As evidenced by the high major programs tracking his every move, Ford has steadily improved over the last 3 years and has turned himself into a high level player. He is very skilled and is comfortable stepping out to the perimeter. His strength and coordination are much improved and the junior will be a big part of Gibbs’ chance to win a competitive District 5A-10.

Marcus Hayne (Wesley Chapel)
6’6 – 2014 – PF
Hayne is a strong, solid front court prospect who looks to be a capable rebounder and scorer in the paint. He moves fairly well and has good hands which should lead to continued development.

Brandon Harcula (Oldsmar Christian)
6’2 – 2016 – SG
The Oldsmar Christian product has a good feel for the game with an impressive offensive skill set for a young prospect. On Saturday he showed the ability to create opportunities for his teammates and he seems to be a reliable shooter with range.

Gary Hector (Lennard)
6’1 – 2014 – SG
Hector is an attacking, high scoring wing who can score at all three levels. He has good strength and looks to be improving his perimeter shooting.

Keshawn Ingram (Steinbrenner)
6’1 – 2014 – PG
Ingram was likely the most impressive guard on Saturday. The high scoring senior changes speeds well and is very difficult to stay in front of. He has good length and size for his position and added strength will take him to the next level as a prospect.

Jack Taylor (Wharton)
6’1 – 2014 – PG
Taylor is a capable scorer or distributor with a high basketball IQ. He ha good size for the point guard position and should be the floor general for Coach Tommy Tonelli this season.

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