Robert Caldwell

6 Sep

Height: 5’11
Weight: 150

Position: Point Guard

School: Stivers
Hometown: Dayton, OH

AAU: King James Shooting Stars
Class: 2012

Evaluation: Quick and ultra talented point guard who can make highlight reel passes or score the basketball at a high level “Ra-Ra” is one of Ohio’s top young playmakers. Great lefthanded shooter who can stroke from deep, even off of his signature right to left crossover. Tough competitor with great basketball instincts he is one to watch as he continues to grow and mature physically.

Bottom Line: One of Ohio’s premiere prospects in his class, size might be the only thing holding “Ra-Ra” back from being an elite prospect.

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  1. 2014 Prospect Database « Triple Double Prospects - September 6, 2011

    […] Caldwell, Robert          PG          Stivers          Dayton, OH […]

  2. 2014 Ohio Player Rankings « - September 12, 2011

    […] 1. Tyonte Robertson- Cincinnati Withrow 2. Antonio Woods- Cincinnati Summit 3. Robert Caldwell- Dayton Stivers 4. Airius Moore- Dayton Beavercreek 5. Manny Powell- Gahanna Lincoln 6. Aaron Oden- […]

  3. Buckeye Prep Report- Fall Showcase Recap: « - September 26, 2011

    […] Robert Caldwell- Dayton Stivers PG: Lefty shooter with a mean crossover had a great weekend. […]

  4. Dayton 2014 Player Rankings « - October 4, 2011

    […] Green- PG Dunbar 3. JeMichael Blanton- SF Thurgood Marshall 4. Juan Ford- SG Huber Heights Wayne 5. Robert Caldwell- PG Stivers 6. Kendrick Mallory- SG Trotwood Madison 7. Justin Bibbs- PF Chaminade Julienne 8. […]

  5. Nike All-Ohio City Series Finals Recap « - October 31, 2011

    […] Robert Caldwell- Dayton Stivers- The 6’0 PG gave opponents fits this weekend as his left handed drives to the rim were unstoppable, even when the opposition knew they were coming. Great lateral quickness when changing direction and range to the three point line means that you have to stay out on “Ra-Ra” until he attempts to drive, making it even more difficult to contain him off the dribble. […]

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