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HARRINGTON: Lawson/Oladipo, Day One
One problem many camps encounter, and this is true whether you're talking about huge, shoe-sponsored event or something more local, is too many players. Evaluations can become difficult or nearly impossible due to insufficient looks at players. But the Lawson/Oladipo has solved that problem. With only six teams and approximately 60 total players, only one game takes place at a time and on only one court. That means every prospect gets watched by every college coach (and scout) in attendance, and the proceedings thus prove all the more beneficial to those on the court and those in the stands. With that said, here's a look at day one's standouts: 2015 Chris Clarke, WF — This utility forward, pictured above, looked far more like a wing on opening night than is frequently the case. He's always a defensive wing, mind you, thanks to quick feet and long arms that enable him to hound ballhandlers and create steals on the perimeter. But his offense frequently looks more suited to the post...
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