Anton Beard (PG, 6′, ’14) is having a good showing at the 2012 CP3 elite guard camp. One the first night, he was called out by CP3 for a little one-on-one action, and then he capped his night by committing to Missouri. Here he talks about why he chose Missouri and what it was like to go head to head with one of the top guards on the planet.
Reggie Dillard (SG, 6’2″, 2013) attended the CP3 elite skills camp over the summer and we caught up with him to get his thoughts on the event as well as his current recruiting situation.
Anthony Stitt (PG, 6’1″, 2011) is a fundamentally strong guard, with solid ball handling and shot release. He’s confident with the ball in his hands and has a solid understanding of the PG position, dribbles looking ahead and understands how to work the play and attack the defense. Definitely can run a half court offense.
He knows how to push the break or when to slow down the pace or push to the basket. Appears to be solid, poised player but not a burner. A DI prospect with a good maturity and is capable of running an offense. Has good form on his shots and layups, has a hard working attitude and is coachable. Probably a starter at PG by his sophomore or junior year if he finds the right fit at the collegiate level. Would excel at a mid major with today’s skill set, and continues to show improvement in his mid-range jump shot. He can use the mid range shot to keep faster defenders from playing him too closely and improving his effectiveness.
Stitt has offers from Cinncinati, Clemson, VCU, Richmond and ECU and will take all five visits before making a decision. The feedback he’s gotten from college coaches is that they want him to be able to consistently hit the mid range knock down jumper, and it appears he’s been working on this.
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