Eighth-grader Cameron Piggee (NJ Bulldogs) was easily one of the top standouts in the first session of the Level Up Circuit, hosted at the 76ers Fieldhouse facility in Wilmington, Delaware over the weekend.
Cameron consistently made his presence felt as probably the smoothest player in the eighth-grade pool and a legit three-level scorer.
As a lead guard, Cameron has an appealing combination of size and instincts. He’s rarely seen forcing the issue and seems to know his kill spots on the floor. His offensive ability is pure and efficient. He has a gift for knowing when to pass and when to attack his scoring opportunities.
Cam showed the ability to knock down the outside shot and midrange looks off the dribble, in addition to floaters and aggressive drives to the basket that often resulted in and-ones.
He also had one of the plays of the weekend, making a defender fall with a between the legs move and knocking down the jump shot after.
Cameron passes every eye test with a natural feel for the game and situations. He will find himself on plenty of radars this summer and as he enters the New Jersey high school ranks next year.