Scouting Report

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The mission of iBall Pro Combine is to provide world-class exposure to elite free agent basketball players seeking a state-of-the-art opportunity to connect with professional basketball personnel on a global scale.


The iBPC Scouting report is a breakdown of top performers at the iBall Pro Combine. Scouting reviews are offered for top performers. All game and skills videos, game stats, and athletic test results are shared in the report. Each player can be further scouted and contacted by way of their iBall Profile. The Profile is an online professional basketball resume is complete with video, resume, contact information and additional scouting information making it easy for GM’s, agencies, coaches, and other management to evaluate, scout, and sign players before, during and after the pro combine.


MAXOUT Professional Athletic Trainers conduct structured tests to evaluate player speed and acceleration, vertical jumping ability, and lateral movement. 

The team at The Original Profender conduct controlled skills sessions to teach and evaluate a number of shooting and decision-making situations, which include variations of the pick and roll.

The combine tournament showcases individual play within the confines of team structure. We conduct a competitive tournament, with 2 games guaranteed, so all players have a chance to showcase their ability to lead their team to win the combine championship.


* Click player names and pictures to open full scouting resume

* Top players are recognized by All-Combine Team Selections. Best overall players (1st, 2nd & 3rd Team) and Top athletes (All-athletic team)




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At first look,Kendall Hargrove ‘s superior speed and leaping ability (39″ vertical) are easy to catch the eye. But after a true evaluation, Hargrove proves to be an all-around player with a complete package of offensive and defensive skills. Hargrove battles on every possession–offensively and defensively. Whether scrapping for rebounds, hustling for loose balls, or using active hands to make deflections and steals, he stays extremely active at all times that he is on the court.

On offense, he is a very patient and efficient player. Hargrove’s slashing and ball handling ability allow him get to the rim at will. He is a high riser with great balance, footwork, and ball handling ability, allowing him to attack the rim relentlessly.

At iBPC, Hargrove showed that he is a strong-willed player with the ability to take over a game. With his team down 12 points in the first half of the championship game, Hargrove hit three three-pointers, launching a comeback that would propel Team Maillie to the iBall Pro Combine Championship. Hargrove would finish with 15 points, 2 steals, 3 dunks, and a value of 23.

Hargrove was recently named to the Daktronics All-Region South 2nd Team.  He also became the University of Mount Olive’s first-ever Conference Carolinas Men’s Basketball Defensive Player of the Year.  Hargrove ranked second in the conference with 8.4 rebounds per game and just under two steals and one blocked shot per contest.
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click here for complete resume of Kendall Hargrove




STEVEN WEINGARTEN  ( 6’8″ 225lb.  SF  NBDL )

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Steven Weingarten is a high IQ player with well polished interior and exterior basketball skills. He is good leading and trailing the fast break and always seems to be at the right place and at the right time when running the floor.

He is aggressive and effective in key moments of the game, posing his will on both ends of the floor. From grabbing key rebounds to hitting big shots, he asserts himself very well in the clutch. He has a pure shooting stroke with a quick release from both the three-point and mid-range. He is a nice face up shooter with good size. Across the board, scouts commented on his very smart and smooth play.

What makes Weingarten special is that he brings a strong mix of exterior and interior skills to the offensive end. He is a player through which a team can run their offense. Weingarten is very efficient with his back to the basket. When working in the short post, he catches, reads his defender and either turns, shoots, and knocks down the 12-footer or spins baseline to score or pass to the opposite corner for the open shot. Weingarten also runs the floor. He is comfortable and effective attacking off the dribble from top of the key. He is good on help Defensive and also looks to draw charges.

Statistically, Weingarten earned his ‘smart player’ label as he was the only player to log zero turnovers throughout the entire tournament. He was #1 in total Defensive Rebounds (12 rebounds) and 2nd overall in Valoration per game (17.0). Steven led team Social Solutions to the iBPC Final.

After graduating from Lasalle University in 2011, Weingarten played last 2 years with NBDL.  His rookie season culminated in a dominant stretch of 30+point- and 15+ rebound- games with the Goldfields Giants of the Australia State League, Weingarten played the last 2 seasons in NBA Developmental League with the Philadelphia 87ers and the Canton Charge, respectively.
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click here for complete resume of Steven Weingarten


DEVON PELTIER (5’11”, 175 PG, SG, International Pro, conotou)

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 Devon Peltier is a total package scoring point guard. He is a super-tough athlete, excellent shooter with very high proficiency from both 3-pt and mid-range. He attacks the basket with reckless abandon. His quick first step, superior leaping ability (36.5 in.) and upper body strength allow him to strong at the rim.

Devon excels in an up-tempo pace. He is very fast with and without the ball and can beat defenses down the down court off the dribble. He is also proficient in the half court game. He has good court awareness and directs the offense very well, putting his teammates in places where they will be successful.

Peltier is constantly applying pressure on opposing defenses. His quick first step allows him to get into the lane and pass. His pressure also carries over to the defensive end. He has great on-ball pressure with quick feet and hands.

Peltier displayed his superiority statistically for Team MAXOUT at iBPC 2015. He ranked #1 overall in 4 statistical categories which included, assists per game (4.0) and 3-point shots made per game (5.0), the latter being an iBPC record. He ranked #2 overall in both Valoration per game (17.0) and Points per game (17.5). He was also the #5 Best Overall Athlete according to stats by MAXOUT.

After graduating from Cal State Fullerton (NCAA D1), Peltier traveled to Oviedo Spain (LEB Silver) to finish the season.  He as since played with the US Virgin Island National Team, Premier Basketball League (PBL), and most recently in Aspeitia, Azkoitia Spain (LEB Silver) where he scored 20+ points in each of last 6 games to finish the season.
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click here for complete resume of Devon Peltier


NICK MOORE (6’6″  220lb  SF/PF  NCAA D2 )

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Nick Moore  proves to be a strong, well-rounded player and relentless competitor that would make an important contribution to teams at many levels. Physically he is dominant, with a strong base, superior upper body strength, a hardnosed, ‘fighter’ attitude to match. He is an excellent offensive and defensive rebounder, with good timing on jumps, explosive leaping ability, and a good knack for tracking the ball.

Moore has great court awareness and is an efficient player that can quietly fill up the stats sheet. When playing in the post offensive set, he reads his defender well and utilizes his body and the rim to attack the basket and finish plays, sometimes above the rim. His face up reads, swing-through move, footwork, and fearlessness in which he attacks both the basket and the offensive and defensive rebounds are some of the many qualities that make Nick Moore a special player.

A fearless competitor, he sacrifices his body to get things done. He is a good shot blocker and has very good defense on the ball. Moore showed an ability to guard on perimeter.

At iBPC 2015 and playing for Team MAXOUT, Moore Led all players in 13 Statistical Categories, some of which included; Points per Game (17.5), Valoration (20.5), Offensive Rebounds per Game (6.0), Defensive Rebounds per Game (5.0), Free throws, and Total Rebounds.

Nick Moore recently completed his Senior year at Nyack College, earning back-to-back All-CACC Honors.  He was also named this season’s Team MVP.  Nick tallied 761 points, 392 rebounds and 69 blocks in two years at Nyack.  In his senior season, Nick was nationally Ranked (62) in FG% at 53.3% , Nationally Ranked (47) in Offensive Rebounds Per Game at 2.96 ORPG.
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click here for complete resume of Nick Moore


JOE BELL    (6’6″  220lb   F   NCAAD2 )

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Joe Bell, is a player with a high basketball IQ, and many tools, both skills-wise and athletically, that he utilizes to be a dominant force on the floor. Physically, he is a strong, both at the base and in his upper body–and his superior lateral movement and sprinting ability (5.73 sec MDM #1 overall) allow him to slash to the basket at will where and be a strong finisher. His wide shoulders and long arms (103.5 ” reach) and explosive jumping ability make his a solid rebounder.

Offensively, Joe has good ball-handling, a very quick first step, and good shooting from three-point range. He is a super-versatile player that can score in a number of ways. He is a tough matchup for both wing and interior players, and often find himself and foul line with his ability to get defenders out of position and forcing fouls and mistakes.

His game is smooth and he always seems to be under control, but he is also very aggressive. Joe has the ability to attack the basket relentlessly and effectively from anywhere on the court. His multi-dimensional game translates well to a position where he can be the focal point to a team’s offense who is looking for a strong inside out threat. Even without the ball in hand, he moves very well, slashing to open areas in the defense, where he catches balls in traffic and finishes strong above the rim or with acrobatic shots.

At iBPC, Joe displayed an ability to take over the game and led Team Goodfellas to an overtime win to advance to the tournament semi-finals. A tough matchup for any defender, Joe led all players in Free Throws Attempted (19.0). He also was #1 in multi-directional movement (5.74 sec.) according to stats by MAXOUT. Joe ranked 5th overall in points per game (12.7) and 6th in overall player value and average rebounds per game.

Joe capped off an outstanding career at Mansfield University by becoming the school’s All-Time Leading Scorer (1904 total points). A Four-time All-PSAC honoree, Bell also earned National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) All-District and Daktronics All-Atlantic Region second team honors over his career. In 2014, Bell averaged 21.8 points per game, ranking 15th in the Nation among players in NCAAD2.

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click here for complete resume of Joe Bell

ISAAC MEDEIROS    (6’6″  230lb  SF/PF  NCAAD2 )

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Isaac Medeiros  is an excellent ball handler with good footwork and a high basketball IQ. He is always moving, with or without the basketball, and is always working to quietly get things done. Madeiros is also a very efficient player who makes the most out of his opportunities.

Madeiros is a versatile player that can play to facing up from the perimeter or with his back to the basket in the short or low post. He uses an array of head and ball fakes to get opponents off balance and then counters with a shot or attack dribbling to the basket.

He has good footwork in the low post and fights actively for 2nd chance opportunities. He is also a solid passer out of the post. His activity on the offensive rebounds leads to second chance opportunities. His defensive rebounds lead to fast break opportunities that he is able to lead off of the dribble. He has good court vision with the ball in his hands. He is also patient and uses back, side dribbles, and an in-and-out move to create space and attack. His 1-2-dribble pull ups are effective tools that he uses from the wing.

Defensively, Madeiros uses excellent body positioning, long arms (103 inch reach), and sacrifices his body to create havoc. He deflects passes, dives for loose balls, and blocks shots very well.

Madeiros led Team M&M Lube to the iBPC semi-finals. Statistically, he led all players in 4 statistical categories. His 5.5 2-pt FG made, 2.5 steals, and 1.5 blocks were all combine bests. His Player value of 13.0 per game was fourth best among all players and he also averaged 12.0 points and 3.5 rebounds respectively.

During his senior season at Roberts Weslyan University, Madeiros averaged 15.2 points and 6.5 Rebounds earning NCCAA All-America First Team and 2nd Team All-ECC.

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click here for complete resume of Isaac Medeiros


Bryce Clark  ( 6’7″  215 lb  F International Pro)  

Scouting Preview:   Inside, Outside player who’s versatility allows him to occupy many positions on the court.  With good ball handling ability, Clark attacks the basket and finishes very well. Clark plays with a scoring mentality, and his  rebounding ability allows him to start and finish fast break opportunities. With three-point shooting and the ability to quickly identify mismatches, Clark is a potent scorer.
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Terrell Williams     (6’4″   195 lb    PG / SG   US Semi Pro)

Scouting Preview:  Terrell Williams is an athletic combo guard that excels in the uptempo. With good quickness and great change of pace, Williams can get into the lane with ease where he has great vision to create opportunities for players in scoring position.  He also pulls up well off the dribble from 8-15 feet.  Williams makes good decisions and finishes off plays a high level of efficiency.  Game Stats:

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Jordan Merriweather   (6’4″  185 lb.  PG )   

Scouting Preview:  Jordan Merriweather attacks the basket strong, drawing fouls to get to the free throw line. A tough, scoring point guard, he has the ability to take over games. Merriweather’s combination of strength, superior athletic ability, and long arm reach (96.5″ ) allow him to be a great offensive rebounder.  At the point guard position, Merriweather keeps teammates involved, creating mismatches and dishing off crisp passes after drawing defenders in the lane.  He is a strong-nosed defender who hustles on both ends of the court. 

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Nick Schlitzer    (6’6″  210 lb SG,SF  NCAA D2)
Scouting Preview: A crafty scorer with superior 3-point shooting ability and a quick release. Schlitzer is also a good ball handler who can read situations and create his own shot. His ball handling ability and basketball IQ allow him to be patient with the ball in his hands, often setting up and running action out of pick and roll sets.  Schlitzer reads on-ball and off-ball screens very well.  He is also a good passer with nice court vision while in the pick-and-roll action, from set positions on the wing or driving to the basket.Game Stats:

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Aaron Williams  (6-7   205 lb   G F  NCAA D1

Scouting Preview:  A high energy, all around player. Williams’ versatility and motor make him a match-up problem on offense and a great talent on the defensive end.A streaky shooter, Williams has the ability to hit threes in bunches.  He can score in multiple ways, and moves well without the ball.   Williams also has a good short range game, and connects consistently from 15-20 feet when attacking off the dribble. Williams is a hard-nosed player that rebounds well on both the offensive and defensive glass.
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Deric Hill   (5’8″  162 lb  PG NCAA D2 )

Scouting Preview: : Deric Hill is pure point guard that distributes the ball well.  He is strong on the penetration and dish, putting teammates in good situations to score.  Hill runs the fast break well and also sets the tempo with good instincts for game control. He is a superior athlete, with good ball handling ability. His high basketball IQ, quickness, and court vision help to display a solid all around floor game.  Hill is also a good defender, using his quickness to anticipate passes and create opportunities for steals. Game Stats:

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Russell Johnson   ( 6’6″  185 lb  SG / SF  International Pro)

Scouting Preview: Johnson is a talented player who has a solid and versatile skill set. An outstanding shooter from 3 point range, a solid 1-2 dribble pull-up, Johnson is a a threat to score from anywhere on the perimeter.  Johnson is also a good passer in the half court as well as in the fast break

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Tyler Brooks    (6’6″ 195 lb  SG NCAA D2 )

Scouting Preview:  An efficient player with an even-keeled demeanor, Tyler Brooks is a works in a number of ways to be an effective team contributor.  Brooks has great length for a guard, and gets to the basket well.  Brooks has a nice shot from 3-point and mid-range. 

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Josiah Peay  (6’6″  235 lb   G / F US Semi Pro) 

Scouting Preview:  Josiah Peay is a versatile wing player who plays hard and with patience, allowing plays to develop and capitalizing on opportunities that develop. With good offensive awareness, Peay reads situations well and can also play with his back to the basket, backing down and scoring on smaller defenders.  Peay is an even-keeled player that maintains control at all times.   On defense, Peay is able and willing to defend multiple positions.
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James Wooten (6’9″  210 lb  PF / C  US Pro)   

Scouting Preview: James Wooten is an extremely active interior player who plays very well with his back to the basketball.  He a soft right jump hook which he elevates and extends well on his release.  Wooten is a superior rebounder and fights for ball, both offensively and defensively. 

Wooten runs the floor very well for a player his size and defends and protects the paint with reckless abandon.
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Greg Womack ( 6’5″  210 lb  SG, NCAA D1)  

Scouting Preview:   Greg Womack is a superior shooter who knocks shots down shots consistently and in big moments.  His height, quick release, and high shooting arc make him best off the catch and shoot, but Womack can also shoot  well receiving screens.  Womack is a deep threat, and a proven sharp shooter with consistency from beyond 25 feet.Game Stats:

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Khalil McDonald     (6’7″  200 lb  SF PF US Semi Pro) 

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The ultimate team contributor who is very unselfish and can score in a number of different ways.  McDonald is a superb passer both when playing with his back to the basket and when penetrating to the basket.   McDonald is a player through which a team can run their offense — with the ability to play inside / out.    McDonald uses ball fakes and good footwork to attack the basket from the perimeter and and shoots very well after 1 or 2 dribbles.  McDonald also shoots with consistency from 3-point range.  
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Deric Hill   (5’8″  162 lb  PG NCAA D2)


Vertical :  32.5″  –  #8
Shuttle: 3.41 secs – #5
Multi: 5.81 secs – #2

Joe Bell   (6’6″  220lb   F   NCAAD2)


Vertical :  30.5″  –  #12
Shuttle: 3.4 secs – #4 – tie
Multi: 5.73 secs – #1

Tyler Brooks  (6’6″ 195 lb  SG NCAA D2)


Vertical :  34″  –  #5
Shuttle: 3.4 secs – #4 – tie
Multi: 6.25 secs – #9 



Quasim Jones  (6’0″ 180 lb NCAAD2)


Vertical :  39.5″  –  #1
Shutle: 3.65 secs – #14
Multi: 6.2 secs – #6 



Tie at 5th place 
Lambros Papalambros   
(6’4″   PG/SG  NCAA D2)
Kendall Hargrove
(6’3″ 190 lb  SG/SF NCAAD2) 

Devon Peltier  
(5’11”  175 lb  PG/SG  International Pro)

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Led by MVP, Kendall Hargrove and All-iBall Pro Combine Selections Greg WomackJames WootenKhalil McDonald and Deric Hill, iBPC’s #1 athlete, Team Maillie fought their way to the 2015 iBall Pro Combine Championship.  

Coach Brad Zellner (Associate Head Men’s Basketball Coach, Indiana University Southeast) made iBPC history by becoming the first Coach to claim back-to-back championship titles.  Zellner won the title in 2014 in a similar fashion, dropping the team’s first game in the qualifying round and clawing its way back to go unbeaten the rest of the way.  

This time around Coach Zellner and the blue squad came back from a 13-point first half deficit to run away with the 2015 iBall Pro Combine Championship.  Huge contributions were also made by Jabari KamauJohn KnightDontrais Mathis and Anthony Mills

Team Social Solutions was iBPC runner-up and was coached by Greg Alessandroni (Assistant Women’s Basketball Coach, Gwynedd Mercy). Other coaching contributions were made by Eric Cantrell, Athletic Director & Head Men’s Basketball Coach, Pine Forge Academy,  Brian Salter (Head Coach Atlantic Coast Crusaders), Jeff Sparrow  (Founder of Point Blank Period and Head Basketball Coach, Red Land), and Patrick Crarey (Director of Athletics and Head Men’s Basketball Coach, Washington Adventist)



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