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Who Stood out on Day 4 of the Las Vegas Fab 48? - Etienne, Carey & more shine

By Pat Lawless, 07/29/18, 4:45PM EDT

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Standouts from Day 4 of the Las Vegas Fab 48

Vernon Carey | E1T1 United

Each 1 Teach 1 Big Man Vernon Carey ended his AAU career on the right note. With plenty of highly touted prospects sitting out at this point in the week Carey still played hard. He’s always been skilled, but to see him developed his motor like this was a sight to see. Carey had the likes of Duke, Miami, Michigan State and North Carolina all in to see him.

Nimari Burnett | Team Why Not

Team Why Not guard Nimari Burnett emerged this AAU season and hasn’t slowed down. Burnett is very hard to stop off the bounce and it’s not off his quickness. He’s very methodical with his movement to the rim as he takes great angles to the basket. The class of 2020 guard has proved himself as a high major recruit this season with offers rolling in.

Tyson Etienne | PSA Cardinals

PSA Cardinals guard Tyson Etienne had quite the performance yesterday. After having a very quiet first half, Etienne sparked the Cardinals offense with 19 points. Once July started Etienne really hit his stride and has started to shoot the basketball at a high level. With plenty of high major schools in attendance, Etienne could see some offers come his way shortly.

Prince Gilliam | The Truth

In the final days of the July live period The Truth’s class of 2019 big man Prince Gilliam came to play. Gilliam’s knows his role and does it very well. With his big frame and high motor, Gilliam is very hard to stop on the boards. VCU and Northwestern were the most recent schools to offer.

Drew Timme | Drive Nation

Class of 2019 big man Drew Timme from Drive Nation came into this AAU season as a well-known prospect, but with his play boosted his stock even further. Timme showed a great feel for the game and is one of the most skilled big men in 2019. Against a tough Peach Jam qualified team, Timme finished with 16 points.

Nimari Burnett | Team Why Not

Team Why Not guard Nimari Burnett emerged this AAU season and hasn’t slowed down. Burnett is very hard to stop off the bounce and it’s not off his quickness. He’s very methodical with his movement to the rim as he takes great angles to the basket. The class of 2020 guard has proved himself as a high major recruit this season with offers rolling in.

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