Dozier Destroys Camp Circuit

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Perry Dozier Jr. finished his basketball season by dominating two national camps. His first stop was the Jr. All American Camp in Florida where he finished as the #1 player in his class while also cashing in on a 50 point performance. He then flew across the country for the Adidas Jr. Phenom Camp where he once again took home top player honors and earned big time pub from Clark Francis of Hoop Scoop.

Francis stated “Dozier simply reinforced the fact that he is the best player nationally in his class with his incredible skills, athleticism, silky smooth demeanor, and ability to play any position on the basketball court. He also has a great bloodline, as is father (Perry Dozier) and uncle (Terry Dozier) both played for the University of South Carolina in the 1980’s.

However, right now Dozier’s game is a lot more like that of Kobe Bryant due to his great ball handling and passing skills, ability to light up a scoreboard, incredible feel for the game and innate understanding of when to get his own points and when to make his teammates better” he finished. Wow that’s a big statement!

PJ Dozier: Young basketball star loves golf!

By Paul M. Swann – (www.OurTeeBox.com)

Clark Francis of hoopscoop.com ranks 12 yr old Perry “PJ” Dozier, Jr. the #1 sixth grade basketball player in the country. I called him for this piece and his comments were, “At his age, he plays his tail off. He can play inside or outside. He’s probably going to grow. And, he has great parents.”

So, why is Dozier, on a golf website?

Here’s why…I met Dozier, Jr. and his father Perry Dozier, Sr. playing golf at Northwoods Golf Course (a P.B. Dye layout that is a sponsor of this site) in Columbia, SC. I was playing by myself and they were playing a couple holes in front of me. They were keeping a good pace until some guy with a tank top (How did he get on the course in the first place?) and a playing partner asked them to play through, then proceeded to hit both of their balls in the woods and spend nearly ten minutes trying to find them.