Tracking UVa’s Commitments
Montrose Christian (Rockville, MD) wing forward Justin Anderson averaged 5.83 points per game for the Heat, which finished the camp with three wins and three losses.
Scoring-wise, Anderson’s first game was his best, as he totaled 14 points including four 3-pointers in a win. The knock on Anderson is the lack of consistency with his outside shooting, but he has a solid stroke and certainly could improve in this area. Physically, he looks every bit of 6’7″, 225 pounds. Quite frankly, physique-wise he looks the part of a college player already. He’s an outstanding athlete. When his offensive game isn’t on point, he continues to lead and motivate his team, reasons why he ended up with the camp’s Leadership Award.
Milton (Alpharetta, GA) wing forward Evan Nolte , listed at 6’8″, 200 pounds, averaged 5.14 points for the camp champion Grizzlies, which also featured camp MVP Adam Woodbury (C, Sioux City (IA)), camp Breakout Player Anthony Bennett (F, Henderson (NV)), UVa point guard target James Robinson , Florida-bound point guard Braxton Ogbueze and UNC-bound wing forward J.P. Tokoto.
Nolte scored 12 points in the Grizzlies’ opener and had nine points in the semifinal win. He had five points in the championship game against top point guard Yogi Ferrell and the Magic. UVa offered Ferrell early, but the star floor general went with Indiana.
Catching Up With Evan Nolte
Coming to an event like this, what are your main goals?
I haven’t been able to play really well this summer yet with getting hurt (sprained ankle), so I’d like to be able to show some people that I’ve improved my game and expanded it a little bit. I’d love to show people that. But also, just to get better. Whenever you play against top guys, it’s always beneficial to you. When I’m at home,
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