Greenbrier Wolfpack (Evans, GA)
AAAAA Region 1
Head Coach: Dee Howard
Last Season Record: 16-12 (According to maxpreps.com)
Jackson Jennings (6’2/CG)
Jackson is a talented scorer that can score from anywhere on the court. He has deep range and gets it done off the bounce and in c&s opportunities. He is aggressive off the bounce and attacks the rim with force. He is a good rebounding guard who starts the break off the defensive board. Jackson is wired to score the ball and has the tools to make it happen.
Cam Parada (6’5/SG)
Cam has good positonal size and is a threat from deep as he has unlimited range. He is a long-bodied wing with playmaking abilities, and his length makes him a match-up nightmare. Cam has a nice skillet and is very creative off the bounce. He goes to the glass, and he runs the floor. His impact is felt on both ends in a variety of ways.
Cam Kirkland (6’1/CG)
Cam is one of the best on-ball defenders on the team. He is very disruptive and defends with tenacity. He plays on and off the ball and does a good job balancing, scoring, and facilitating. He is a good finisher out in transition, as he has impressive end-to-end speed.
When asked about two players who will be key pieces of the puzzle for his team this season that were not listed in the top three above, Coach Howard quickly mentioned the following two players:
Martez Ford will be looked upon to bring leadership to the Wolfpack this year. He has underrated vision and passing ability and does a good job creating for his teammates. He is very tough and plays with an exuberant confidence.
Nate Garstang is an interior presence who can control the paint on both ends of the floor. He will bring a dominant inside presence as he will clog up the middle with his size.
Coach Howard’s team is a good mixture of upper-class and underclassmen. All but two of his guys are returners, so there is good cohesion within the program. Look for the Wolfpack to play hard on both ends of the floor and play fast on offense.
When asked what it would take for his team to make a deep playoff run, make it to the Final Four, or even win the State Championship, Coach Howard stated his guys must get better every week and must play together on both ends of the floor.