Friday, September 2, 2016

New Jersey’s Sebastian Robinson Sets the Standard



Sebastian Robinson is a young and talented guard who is really just beginning to scratch the surface of national prominence. The key for him is returning and dominating his age group; playing up frequently in 2015-16 word from his camp is that he will be focusing exclusively on the 2023 class.  The class is strong but Robinson has quickly emerged as a contender for top billing. 

Playing in both the Middle School All-American game and the Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp Robinson was noticed by many pro’s, high school coaches, and former high major players and coaches all of which shared the same sentiment – as a independent skill there may be bigger, stronger, quicker, or more athletic but without question Robinson is one of the most complete, skilled, and next level ready players they have seen at the same juncture.

Sebastian has good versatility in the backcourt, able to play either guard position because of his length and skills with the ball in his hands. He shoots the ball well off the catch or the dribble, gets to the paint equally well in the open floor or the quarter court has a diverse finishing package that include mid-range work, and he will also create for his teammates.  All weekend long he showed a good mix of getting buckets and distributing the ball, he knew when to turn it on and when to take over during important stretches of the game showing great maturity. 

He has all the physical capabilities to blossom into a good defender as well; length, quickness, positioning knowledge, and is vocal to his teammates a trait of PG and leader.  He is dedicated on both ends holds himself to a high standard and is a focused winner.  He take the game serious and understand the investment it takes to be special.  

When evaluating players Sebastian Robinson is one of the most compete players we have seen; there is no doubt that Robinson will continue to progress in a manner that will have him undoubtedly have him included in the conversation as a top national prospect; the kid is special and he’s still so young – he will only get better and that means trouble for anyone trying to contain him in the future.

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