Class of 2022 Cameron Corhen has seen to find his comfort zone on the court.  The 6’9 F out of Allen, TX has put in a lot of time in the gym refining his skills to be one of if the most polished recruit in all of Texas.  He sees the game in a way that is advanced for players his age and he is just scratching the surface in terms of his long-term potential.  The John Paull II standout is one of the focal points on a loaded roster that still feel like they do not get the national attention that they deserve, but that could all very well change real soon.  

At time on the offensive end of the court, Corhen just seems like a man playing against boys on the floor.  Physically he is almost impossible to guard one and one and commands constant double teams. He can score from various points on the floor and even developed the ability to knock down the three balls on a more consistent basis. He also brings with his game an insane leaping ability which constantly makes opponents victims of his high-flying dunks. He has a natural feel around the basket and uses his upper body strength to finish at the rim with either hand. The focus last summer where he spent countless hours in the gym was developing his mid-range jumper which has set him from other players this season.

Defensively he can guard almost any position on the floor at the high school level. He is quick enough to stay in front of guards on the perimeter and his size and athleticism allows him to go in the paint and guard bigger players in the post. His quick leaping ability allows him to block shots and set up teammates for easy transition plays and causes easy turnovers with deflections and steals by playing passing lanes. His ability to rebound the basketball is probably one his most prized attributes. He has a natural feel for the ball and is fundamentally sound in terms of boxing out and using his upper body strength to secure the ball. He is not turnover prone, and constantly is making plays on the court to make his team better each night.  The census nationally is that this spring and summer there is an expectation that he was jump onto the national scene and become a household name outside of the state of Texas.

His superb play so far has landed him offers from a nice list of schools such as Arizona State, Oral Roberts, TCU, and Virginia Tech.  This list is fully expected to grow very soon as many of the top schools in the region have made it point to watch him very closely and get in close to offer and scholarship and land him for their 2022 recruitment class.