Anfernee McLemore getting saucy with the dunk attempt
campers listened attentively to the coaches
Earnest Brown said this won't be his last exposure camp
ALBANY, GA (WALB) -
Over 100 South Georgia basketball players came to Darton College basketball gym to participate in an exposure camp.
In an area known for its football prowess, the 2015 Elite 20 basketball camp took place here in Albany.
There were about 70 boys and 30 girls in attendance. the athletes participated in drills, scrimmaged and showcased the talents they have to scouts.
The camp was put on by Earnest Brown in an effort to shine a light on some of the great talents he has worked with for the past 5 years.
He spoke highly of Anfernee McLemore, a power forward from Worth county high school.
"He's a kid I've been working with the past 3 or 4 years, said Brown. "He took some visits. He decided to sign with Auburn. It's a great situation for him its 2 hours from home. He's a terrific rebounder, shot blocker. One of the best kids in Georgia."
"This camp it means a lot, said McLemore. "I'm trying to develop more. See what my competition is for the region. It's a lot of region players out here. And I'm just trying to develop more as a ball handler so I can be prepared to play on the college level."
The exposure camp ran until 5. Brown said over a dozen scouts came out.