BEVERLY, Mass. – Last weekend, Endicott men's basketball alums Max Motroni (West Warwick, R.I.) and Kamahl Walker (Worcester, Mass.) impressed agents and scouts with their play at the Coates Sports Management (CSM) Men's Basketball Euro Pro Exposure Camp at the University of Nevada Las Vegas (UNLV).
Scouts and coaches from the NBA, NBDL, ABA, Spain, Hungary, Italy, Germany, China, Portugal, Finland, Sweden, Norway, and South America were all in attendance to find free agent players from across all three NCAA Divisions. Over the last 12 years, CSM has helped over 200 players find contracts to play professionally in the United States and internationally.
Motroni and Walker both dazzled at the camp playing against several NCAA Division I players, which eventually landed the former Gulls' backcourt duo spots in the CSM All-Star Game.
"Kamahl and I both played at a high level, and both felt like we did our part to get noticed," said Motroni. "We're now looking forward to what lies ahead in our respective basketball careers."
Endicott's dynamic tandem will now wait for contract offers from agents who were in attendance at last weekend's Euro Pro Exposure Camp.
(Photo Credit - David Le '10)