From the new Purdue site The Black Hammer. Good read. Here are some additional comments from the author:
x I really like Braxton Miller. Talked to him and his dad after and they said they would be visiting sometime this fall. Kid shot the heck out of the ball today. I would project him as a 2 guard with the ability to develop into a 3. About 6’2″ right now.
x Another guy that might be worth a watch is Nick Rogers. Was 2014 and then reclassified to 2015. Plays the point at Traders Point and is solid across the board. Has good size. Purdue will not have problems finding a good PG in 2015. I think Ash is their #1 priority even over Hyron Edwards at this point.
x Going to go into some talk about 2015 PG’s for a min.
-I think Ash is #1, then Edwards. The relationship between Ash and the Purdue coaching staff and players is great. He is so coach-able and just gets it. He never takes a play off and has the demeanor of a true leader.
-Bryce Moore is a guy that everybody will want to have on their team a year from now. Super-skilled handling the ball. Has really good speed, not Yogi quick but close. Can hit a step back jumper and get to the hole. He’s about 6’1″ right now and will grow some more. Could see him as a 6’3″ 185 PG by the time he graduates.
-Glynn Watson was okay today. He wasn’t great but I know he has played better before. I would rather see Nixon at this point but Watson with some work this off-season could be a lot better.
-Sean McGee was pretty good today. Has a little bit of an attitude that needs work but it is also what makes him play hard so it is kind of a catch 22. Broke a tooth within the 1st hour of the camp. Didn’t phase him at all.
x It was unfortunate that Bates-Diop wasn’t there but wasn’t that surprising. More disappointing that Devin Cannady wasn’t able to attend. Really loved his game this summer. Purdue is showing him the most love right now.
Gary Bonds would have been nice as well but his AAU coach said he will be out 4-6 weeks and will not be able to play in the fall league. Needs to get healthy for the high school season. He will be fighting for playing time with the frontline that Warren Central has now put together.