Hoyas in Pro City Kenner League Day 4, Pt. 2

July 16, 2014 - More guys from Nike DC Pro City Kenner League's fourth day are below. Be sure to see Day 4, Part 1, as well as visit Premium Court for more detail on Georgetown student athletes' performances.
D'Vauntes Smith-Rivera - 6'3" junior guard, A. Wash - Poured in 23 points, shooting and driving. The latter also allowed him to make nice drop offs at the basket. DSR's passing has taken an uptick this summer, necessary given the Hoyas need more than just scoring from him this year.

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L.J. Peak - 6'5" freshman guard/forward, Tombs - Peak slashed and attacked the rim, finishing with either hand. Also showed a developing distance shooting game, while also stripping ball handlers. Scored 20 points. Is a rugged player.
Trey Mourning - 6'8" freshman forward, A Wash - Showed a willingness to defend and board. Scored two points.
Isaac Copeland - 6'8" freshman Forward, Tombs - Demonstrated an improved spot up game, scoring most of his 11 points via it. Uses his length well offensively and defensively, as well as on the boards.
Jeff Green - 6'9" forward, Boston Celtics, Tombs - Scored 23 points inside and out. Did so while not playing very hard, showing he was the best athlete on the floor.
Patrick Ewing, Jr., 6'8" forward, Aries Trikala (Greece), Tombs - Making a rare Pro City Kenner appearance, Ewing scored nine points. Demonstrated good chemistry with Green and his multifaceted skill set. Is still the most effective when being an all around facilitator, one that passes, rebounds and outlets, screens and generally makes plays for others all over the floor.
Tre Campbell - 6'2" freshman guard, Tombs - This summer has been up and down shooting wise for Campbell, and Sunday was no exception; he hit some jumpers, and missed some. To his credit Campbell did other things, like defend, push the rock and find people. Scored 17 points.
Paul White - 6'8" freshman forward, Tombs - Continued to display a smooth shooting touch from mid-range, shooting from a variety of angles. Is a good passer as well, and has the capacity to face and drive, patting with both hands. Scored nine points.
Eric Vann - 6'2" guard, Albury Wodonga Bandits (Australian-state League) - Think dynamic scorer when pondering Vann, a strong, fast combo guard. Came to the game late, but immediately made an impact driving, scoring and dishing.
Is soon headed to a European pro combine in Las Vegas.
Chris Matthews - 6'5" guard, Halifax (NDL), A Wash - Matthews has 17 points, most scored from the perimeter where he used his smooth, mechanically sound shooting touch. Has serious range and can hit shots after movement. His fast break three pointer was a thing of beauty. Also leads.
Brian Bridgeforth - When last seen, Bridgeforth was a raw, 6'9" big man at Theodore Roosevelt (DC). After finishing JUCO at Seward CC, he's now much more offensively confident, as he will face and attack.
Still needs to become a better ball handler but Bridgeforth is much more than simply a rim protector, as in high school. Scored 6 points for AWash.