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PostSubject: West Coast Showcase   Thu Aug 22, 2013 2:21 pm

Aug. 31/Sept. 1 will mark the 5th annual West Coast Showcase featuring Gerry Freitas. The camp will be held at the Langley Events Centre and will be divided into Jr. (entering grade 9/10 class 2017/2016) and Sr. sessions (entering grade 11/12 class 2015/14). In 4 years, over 40 camp alumni are playing at colleges across North America, highlighted by 2012 Alumni Joe Deciman of the Canadian Jr. National team and Colorado State University. Gerry Freitas is the top scout on the West Coast and over 175 college coaches pay to receive his camp reports. His reports also play a key role in player ranking for various US websites. Prior to running his Hoop Review Scouting Service, Gerry was a college coach for 21 seasons at various levels from NAIA to NCAA Division 1. The camp will feature a skills session each day followed by game play, where the players will be evaluated. Once the camp is over, Gerry will write a report on the camp which players will have access to. If you are interested in attending, the camp cost will be $90 or $425 for registered club teams. This camp is a fantastic opportunity to display your talents and the hard work you or your son have put in over the summer. All the best,

Alumni list -

Player Institution Grad Year Organization
JJ Pankratz Simon Fraser 2013 NCAA (DII)
Devin Brar Algoma 2013 CIS
Paul Getz QUEST 2013 CCAA
Jesse Mushiana Langara 2013 CCAA
Elijah Hillis-Gold Simon Fraser 2013 NCAA (DII)
Obi Udevi Kwantlen College 2013 CCAA
Karun Samra Douglas College 2013 CCAA
Harbir Phool Douglas College 2013 CCAA
Matthew Blackaby Trininty Western 2012 CIS
Mitch Ligertwood Calgary 2012 CIS
Spencer Machin Kwantlen College 2012 CCAA
Lucas Mannes Briercrest 2012 CCAA
Ken Monture Thompson Rivers 2012 CIS
Luke Morris Fraser Valley 2012 CIS
Dustin Triano Gonzaga 2012 NCAA (DI)
Mike Blauw Douglas College 2012 CCAA
Gurpinder Kang Prep School 2012 CIS
Andrew Mavety Queens 2012 CIS
Connor Morgan UBC 2012 CIS
Max Newman UFV 2012 CIS
Jake Newman Lafayete College 2012 NCAA (DI)
Jordan Zeer Penn State – Greater Allegheny 2012 NCAA (DIII)
Alex Majovolich Kwantlen College 2012 CCAA
Ravi Sandhu Alberta 2012 CIS
Tom Ghag Douglas College 2012 CCAA
Joe Deciman Colorado State 2012 NCAA (DI)
Jesse Coy UBCO 2012 CIS
LJ Hegwood Community College of San Francisco 2012 NJCAA
Edgar Ndayishimiye SAIT 2012 CCAA
Manny Dulay UFV 2012 CIS
Deiter Posein Mount Royal 2012 CIS
Jotpal Atwal Kwantlen College 2011 CCAA
Navjot Bains UNBC 2011 CIS
Gagan Sandhu UNBC 2011 CIS
Luke Ehman Waterloo 2011 CIS
Josh Beasley QUEST 2011 CCAA
Taylor Hiendrichs Trinity Western 2011 CIS
Sunny Johal QUEST 2011 CCAA
Zach Nichols Trinity Western 2011 CIS
Devin McMurtry Langara College 2010 CCAA
Eli Mara Trinity Western 2010 CIS
Glen Ruby Langara College 2010 CCAA
Jordan Ghag Quest 2010 CCAA


"I’ve known Gerry Freitas for over 25 years and have always been impressed with his passion for his work and his skill in evaluating players. He knows players and he’s someone who is well respected by college coaches throughout the country for the job that he does. Coaches listen when he has something to say."

Ben Howland, Head Basketball Coach, UCLA

"Gerry Freitas has the premier scouting service in the Western United States. Nobody provides more accurate and detailed information/ analysis of players at all levels! He is our number one outside resource here at Cal!"

Gregg Gottlieb, University of California @ Berkeley

"Gerry Freitas is the hardest working guy in the game of basketball, at any level, in any position. He’s someone we trust in and rely on a great deal to assist our recruiting process."

Tony Benford, Head Basketball Coach, University of North Texas
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PostSubject: REPORT ON 2013 VANCOUVER WEST COAST PROSPECTS CAMP (FRI Sep 6/13)   Thu Sep 12, 2013 8:25 pm


The 5th Annual West Coast Prospects Camp was held Saturday and Sunday August 31 & September 1 at Langley Events Center in Langley, British Columbia. Approximately 105 players participated in the event that was divided into Frosh-Soph and Junior-Senior sessions each day. Here is a report on the event.

Frosh – Soph Division

Top Prospects: (*indicates highest consideration for this category)

*5’8”   PG                  Andrew Cheng of Vancouver College HS  2016

Cheng is a very competitive one man with a high motor. He handles it well, is a real good passer and sees the floor well. He can finish in transition, moves well without the ball in the half court and has a nice floater shot. He is a solid driver with an ok hesitation move and a deceptive first step and he shoots it fairly well with 3-point range. Most important, Cheng is a hustler who gets things done!

6’2”     PG/SF/SG      Sagar Dulay of Tamanawis HS                   2016

Dulay showed nice all-around skills in this event and the ability to play anywhere on the perimeter. He can handle the ball and is a real good passer. He does an ok job finishing in transition and he does see the floor. He can pull up in the half court, has a nice hesitation move on the drive, shoots it ok with 3-point range and has a decent floater. He’s also an ok rebounder

6’2”     SG/SF             Isaac Evans of Terry Fox HS                       2016

Evans is a wing man with solid skills. He handles it ok, is a good passer and he can make plays in transition. He shoots it fairly well, is an ok driver and has a decent floater.

6’5”     PF                   Matija Gabrilo of Vancouver College HS   2016

Gabrilo is a four man who is effective playing inside or outside. He can handle and pass it ok, has an ok one-bounce drive and does a nice job dribble operating on the block. He’s also a solid rebounder.

*6’3”   SG/PG            Jordan Gladstone of Dover Bay HS            2017

Gladstone is an aggressive combo guard who is very effective in transition. He handles it and is a real good passer. He sees the floor and gets the ball to the open man well. He does ok job of finishing for himself on the break.

6’5”     SF/PF             Josh Goulet of North Surrey HS                 2016

Goulet is a versatile combo forward who can contribute in different ways. He’s a decent ball handler, can shoot it some and gets to the basket on the drive. He can score on the block (has a jump hook) and is a capable defender and rebounder.

5’9”     PG                  Randy Johal of Tamanawis HS                   2016

Johal is a high-energy one man who makes a lot of things happen. He is a real nice ball handler and passer who sees the floor and finishes well in transition. He can pull up in the half court and is a solid driver with a nice hesitation move. He also is an ok shooter with 3-point range.

6’3”     SF/SG             Gabriel Laza of Terry Fox HS                    2016

Laza is a combo guard who can run the floor and is real effective in transition and finishes quite well. He can handle and pass it, shoots it fairly well with 3 range and has a decent floater.

6’3”     SG/SF             Triston Matthews of Sentinel HS                 2016

Matthews is a skilled wing with a nice all-around game. He is a good handler and real good passer who is solid in transition. He shoots it fairly well with 3-point range and is a consistent driver. He’s also a solid defender and rebounder.


Other Prospects to Consider: (*indicates highest consideration for this category)

5’9”     PG/SG            Jamie Carolino of Vancouver College HS  2016

Carolino is an aggressive combo guard who gets thing done. He handles and passes it ok, is a decent shooter with 3-range and he works hard on the defensive end.

5’5”     PG                  AJ Chahal of Tamanawis HS                      2017

Chahal is a one-man who is a solid ball handler and passer. He is a decent shooter (has 3-point range) and driver (nice hesitation move) and knows how to run a team. He is thin and needs to develop bulk and strength.

5’11”   SG                   Gurbant Dhaliwal of La Matheson HS       2016

Dhaliwal is a two guard who shows the ability to get to the basket, both in transition and the half court. He is a decent ball handler and very good passer and runs the floor well.

6’4”     PF/SF             Sahil Dhami of Tamanawis HS                    2016

Dhami is a combo forward who demonstrated the ability to score in the paint area at this event. He has a real nice one-bounce drive and seems to always find a way to get to the basket. He also can dribble operate on the block and is a good passer.

5’8”     PG/SG            Francis Federipe of New Westminster HS  2017

Federipe is a capable ball handler who plays both guard spots. He can make some play in transition and can get to the basket and finish. He’s also a hard worker on defense. He is thin and needs some bulk/strength.

5’11”   PG                  Sultan Sanghera of  Panorama Ridge HS  2016

Sanghera is a competent point guard who can score some and can also distribute the ball. He is a smooth ball handler and passer with a real nice hesitation move on the drive.

6’4”     SF/PF             Brad Schatroph of Argyle HS                     2016

Schatroph is a versatile combo forward. He’s a decent ball handler and passer who shoots it with 3-point range and can score around the basket some. He needs to do a better job of moving without the ball (has a tendency to stand).

5’8”     PG                  Alfonso Sison of Vancouver College HS     2016

Sison is an aggressive point guard with solid skills. He can handle the ball and is an excellent passer. He’s capable in transition and is a decent shooter. But his best asset is his ability to attack on the drive.

6’2”     SF                   Walter Yeung of Vancouver College HS    2016

Yeung is a three man who is effective finishing in the transition game. He’s an efficient ball handler and passer, a fairly good driver and he shoots it well with 3-range. He’s also a solid rebounder.

5’8”     PG                  Luke Younan of Vancouver College HS    2016

Younan is an efficient one man who can contribute in many ways. He handles the ball ok and can pass and pulls up well in transition. He’s a solid driver and ok shooter with 3-point range and a good rebounder from the guard position. He has a high motor that is always running.

Names to Note: (*indicates highest consideration for this category)
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