This is a counter throw that takes advantage of a poor De Ashi Hariai foot sweep. When the attacker lifts the sweeping foot off the mat, he creates an opportunity for a counter throw. It is important to remember the principles of a Judo guruma throw. All gurumas, or wheels, are executed by isolating a part of uke's body. Motion then forces the uke to rotate around the isolated point.
Cameron attempts a De Ashi Harai foot sweep, but picks up his foot. This creates an opening for Kyl e to counter throw.
Kyle takes advantage of the mistake by redirecting his foot to a spot on the outside of Cameron's leg, just above the knee. To execute the throw, Kyle rotates his body to face the the direction of the throw. He keeps aarms tied to his center mass so that the rotation creates an outside pull on the sleeve grip and a push through Cameron's neck and head on the collar grip. Cameron is forced to rotate around Kyle's outstretched leg - a sweeping action can be added, but is not required.