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Jayden Furney

Muncie, Indiana

School:
Position: Shooting Guard
Height: 6' 1"
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: LeBron James
Class: 2024
Uniform Number: #100

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Player Evaluation

Furney, a 6’1 prospect from Indiana and part of the class of 2024, is a player that was able to shine in certain situations but also has room to develop as a player in others. Where he was able to shine was his ability to play off the ball and look for his shot. Good release and use of his off hand, as well as making good reads and moving his feet well. Furney has good speed to his game and was such a competitor on the boards; very impressive in that area. Next in his development, he can continue to work on his range and shooting off the dribble, as well as his off-ball defense. Coach Hankins said “Jayden is a great player, just needs a little more patience with decision-making. Try and score more in the mid-range and work on your back pivot movement. Know your personnel. Great rebounder and team player.”

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Ralph Julien

Kaysville, Utah

School: Central Davis High
Position: Small Forward
Height: 6' 3"
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: Kobe Bryant
Class: 2025
Uniform Number: #101

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Player Evaluation

Julien, a 6’3 prospect from Utah and part of the class of 2025, is a forward that had some strong moments all throughout the camp and really came out to compete, while showing and developing more of his game. At his size, he had his moments of not only playing and bringing a great attitude and willingness to learn, but also was strong in using his size to attack the boards, play hard on defense in transition, and moving well without the ball. Next in his development, Julien will need to continue to work on his overall feel for the game, as well as creating for others. Coach Wilson said “Julien has a good frame for his age and one to build upon more. He has a great attitude for the game. The areas that he can continue to improve on is his ability to be more active on both sides of the ball and being aware of what is going on the court more. He also can help get others involved more, which would help his overall feel for the game.”

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Mason Carpenter

Richmond, Indiana

School:
Position: Point Guard
Height: 6' 1"
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: Stephen Curry
Class: 2025
Uniform Number: #102

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Player Evaluation

Carpenter, a 6’1 prospect from Indiana and part of the class of 2025, was tremendous throughout the camp and was one of the top prospects at the camp; get familiar with his name because you could be hearing it more. There weren’t too many faults in his game, especially with a player at his size and ability to do so much on the court.  Carpenter showed a mature game along with a great feel/IQ, as well as his smooth offensive game in scoring and using his size on the defensive end. There are still a few areas he can continue to improve such as his footwork and his transition defense, but Carpenter was quite strong throughout. Coach King said “Mason, you are a great player who can score and get others involved but my thing is when you are not shooting it well as you like, don’t second guess yourself, take the open shot. Be confident with them and trust your skill, your hard work in the gym, and any good coach will live with the results.”

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Caleb Wright

Sheridan, Indiana

School: Sheridan High School
Position: Point Guard
Height: 6' 1"
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: Shai Gilgeous-Alexander
Class: 2025
Uniform Number: #103

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Player Evaluation

Wright, a 6’1 prospect from Indiana and part of the class of 2025, showcased how effective he can be off the ball and get to his spots, excelling as a catch and shoot type of player. Whether it was inside the arc or from three, Wright got to his spots and showed his confidence in knocking down shots with a smooth release and good mechanics. He also had very good court awareness to go with his game. Next in his development, he can continue to improve his ability to put the ball more on the deck and create as well as his overall impact on the defensive end. Coach Kidd said “Your spot up jump shooting game is good; work on shooting off the dribble more and finishing with your off hand. Focus in more on the defensive side and learn how to work your man to your help. Develop your body to bang better in the paint with opponents as well.”

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Jonathan Henderson Jr

Amarillo, Texas

School: Amarillo High School
Position: Point Guard
Height: 5' 7
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: Kobe Bryant
Class: 2025
Uniform Number: #104

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Player Evaluation

Henderson, who is a 5’7 prospect from Texas and part of the class of 2025, was the definition of a player improving throughout the weekend and was ultimately one of the top players for his team at the end of the weekend.  He left it all out there on the floor, as he really showcased his hustle throughout on both ends of the floor as well as really be an excellent shooter from all levels.  He excelled with his shooting mechanics, his use of his off hand, his ability to penetrate and finish, and moving well without the ball.  Next in his development, Henderson could continue to work on his quickness and presence on the defensive end. Coach OJ Matthews said “Jonathan actually progressed each game. At one point, he was my best player. He has the ability to improve even more!  Henderson could continue to be more vocal and continue to get stronger, but college ball should be an option for him for what we saw.”

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Thierry Thernelan

Tucson, Arizona

School: Pusch Ridge Christian Academy
Position: Shooting Guard
Height: 6' 0"
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: Kyrie Irving
Class: 2023
Uniform Number: #105

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Player Evaluation

Thernelan, a 6’0 prospect from Arizona and part of the class of 2023, was a tough player throughout the camp. His strengths in his game included his toughness, his ability to knock down threes, finishing through contact, showing touch on his shot, his ability to be vocal with his team, and ability to play bigger than listed. Next in his development, Thernelan can continue to improve with his ability to rebound at his position and his back to the basket moves. Coach Anderson said “continue to work on your shooting and adding more levels to your game, your hesi into a pick up, and your lateral dribble. Loved your attitude and toughness throughout the camp and you were very coachable throughout.”

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Maxwell Bowen

San Diego, California

School: Point Loma High School
Position: Shooting Guard
Height: 
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: LeBron James
Class: 2022
Uniform Number: #106

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Player Evaluation

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Andrew Wilkas

Princeton, Indiana

School: Princeton Community Hugh School
Position: Shooting Guard
Height: 6' 2"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Kevin Durant
Class: 2026
Uniform Number: #107

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Player Evaluation

Wilkas, as 6’2 prospect from Indiana and part of the class of 2026, started out slow but really impressed towards the end of the season as everything started to come together for the young man. With his size at an early age, he was able to find ways to be effective, making strong passes and being a team-player, attacking the glass and creating second-chance opportunities, or moving without the ball and finding opportunities to score. Next in his development, he can continue to work on expanding his range on his shot as well as his overall impact on the defensive side of the ball. Coach Lofton said “You can be a really good high school player. You have good size and although most of your shots didn’t fall, you have a solid platform for shooting. You have to continue to work on your defense. I love your team energy as you are; very positive with your peers.”

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Theodore Gerges

Sacramento, California

School: Jesuit High School
Position: Point Guard
Height: 6' 1"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Michael Jordan
Class: 2026
Uniform Number: #108

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Player Evaluation

Gerges, a 6’1 prospect from California and part of the class of 2026, brought good size to his position and it will be interesting to see how he grows and develops, to see what position he could ultimately play.  He was strong in several areas, whether it was stepping out and showing his shot-making ability with range or mixing it up and getting downhill to finish at the basket. He really was able to operate from so many levels offensively and continued to have a strong impact on the defensive end as well. Next in his development, Gerges can continue to work on his off hand usage and continue to fine-tune his overall game. Coach Allen said “I believe you are one of the top 9th graders at the camp. You showed that you can score, rebound, and pass the basketball. It was a joy coaching you at the camp.”

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Joseph Ursich

San Diego, California

School: Point Loma High School
Position: Shooting Guard
Height: 6' 3"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Blake Griffin
Class: 2023
Uniform Number: #109

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Player Evaluation

Ursihch, a 6’3 prospect from California and part of the class of 2023, was another glue-type guy on the team; someone that could do the little things on the floor, mix it up and fill up the stat sheet, and do the dirty things that are needed for the team. He played with a great attitude and embraced his role, but showed to have a smooth release on his shot, was able to create and make his defenders respect getting inside, played hard on the defensive end, and attacked the boards. Next in his development, Ursich can continue to work on his shooting off the dribble and in catch and shoot situations, as well as moving more without the ball. Coach Betts said “Glue guy, two-way player who can guard multiple players and hit corner threes. Needs to become a more consistent catch and shoot player. Cut and screen more instead of being another body on offense.”

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Thomas Lu

McAllen, Texas

School: Deerfield Academy
Position: Small Forward
Height: 6' 7"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Cade Cunningham
Class: 2023
Uniform Number: #110

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Player Evaluation

Lu, a 6’7 prospect from Texas and part of the class of 2023, was a leader on and off the court and brought size to the table with his frame. He played with a great attitude and was coachable throughout the camp. He rebounded well for his position, was assertive on the glass, finish strong in the paint, and moved well without the ball also. Next in his development, he can continue to work on his off hand and his passing ability on the court. Coach Epps said “You had a great camp. Great leadership all camp long. Keep working on your shot and your off hand ball handling, as well as getting to the rim and finishing with your right. Great job facing up and attacking the rim from the high post.”

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Daniel Greathouse

San Diego, California

School: Santa Fe Christian
Position: Power Forward
Height: 6' 5"
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: Paul George
Class: 2023
Uniform Number: #111

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Player Evaluation

Greathouse, a 6’5 prospect from California and part of the class of 2023, is an interesting prospect but one that really came in with a great attitude and team mentality at the camp. Played with great effort and was able to make plays as a shooter from multiple levels and areas on the court. Greathouse was able to also excel in his ability to impact the game as an on-ball and off-ball defense. Spaced the floor well, and had a balanced feel overall in his game. Next in his development, continue to add more your game and improve in the little areas of your game, making you an even better player down the road.

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Ethan Shupe

Harrisville, Utah

School: Weber High School
Position: Shooting Guard
Height: 6' 1"
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: Luka Doncic
Class: 2023
Uniform Number: #112

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Player Evaluation

Shupe, a 6’1 prospect from Utah and part of the class of 2023, had a good solid showing at the camp and should be a nice contributor this year. Balanced attack, was able to impact the game in an array of ways, was solid in several areas with his shot-making ability, as well as his ability to create for himself and others. Can continue to fine-tune his game and spaced more on his overall ability but had a good showing. Coach Shelly said “You have a nice all-around game and hustled and have a great IQ for the game. Continue to develop your handles and drive more to the basket. Learn how to create space for an open shot more.”

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Ashton Uwamaliya

Vancouver, Canada

School: John Oliver Secondary
Position: Point Guard
Height: 6' 3"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Russell Westbrook
Class: 2025
Uniform Number: #113

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Player Evaluation

Uwamaliya, a 6’3 prospect from Canada and part of the class of 2025, was sharp and consistent throughout the camp, really opening some eyes about his game and what he could provide. He played with a great attitude and wanted to learn, but was also effective inside the arc and in the paint, having nice touch and release, but also finishing strong and really getting after it on the boards. Next in his development, Uwamaliya can continue to work on transition defense and continue to work on stepping out and being a threat from outside more. Coach Vasquez said “You stayed very consistent through all our games. The one big thing I saw is when you have a double coming to you, you try to spin through it instead of attacking the weaker defender. Do that and you will see how it becomes a screen for you and opens up the floor.”

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Jacob Spurlock

Ashland, Kentucky

School: Boyd County High School
Position: Shooting Guard
Height: 6' 2"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Jayson Tatum
Class: 2026
Uniform Number: #114

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Player Evaluation

Spurlock, a 6’2 prospect from Kentucky and part of the class of 2026, was off the charts as a shooter on the court; it is where he really excelled on the court. Fluid motion, spot up well, got to his spots, confident shooter, and with plenty of range, Spurlock made his impression in being a knock down shooter. He also was able to make plays off the dribble at times and showed a strong feel for the game at his age. Next in his development, he will need to continue to work on his defensive presence on the court. Coach Crenshaw said “fantastic player. Great shooter, off the dribble, and catch and shoot. Sometimes gets stuck on the 3-point line and should be moving without the ball more. Definitely a next level player.”

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Gavin Milligan

Edmond, Oklahoma

School: Santa Fe High School
Position: Small Forward
Height: 
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Paul George
Class: 2033
Uniform Number: #115

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Kain Anderson

Richland, Washington

School: Richland High School
Position: Point Guard
Height: 
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Tom Brady
Class: 2025
Uniform Number: #116

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Player Evaluation

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Cooper Fish

Tulare, California

School: Porterville High School
Position: Shooting Guard
Height: 6' 2"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Shai Gilgeous- Alexander
Class: 2023
Uniform Number: #117

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Player Evaluation

Fish, a 6’2 prospect from California and part of the class of 2024, was a strong guard that really was able to highlight and showcase his range and shot-making ability. Knocked down shots from multiple levels with confidence, good release, and was a ball hawk on defense. When he wasn’t finding his shot, he was able to finish strong and get into the pain, moving well without the ball. Next in his development, he can continue to work on his back to the basket moves and your handles. Coach Anderson said “Ball hawk, can knock down shots, and a very confident player. Unselfish and good on-ball defender. Continue to work on your shooting, your change of pace, and creating off the bounce more.”

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Jordan Mack

Los Gatos, California

School: Los Gatos High School
Position: Shooting Guard
Height: 
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Kobe Bryant
Class: 2022
Uniform Number: #118

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Player Evaluation

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Thomas O'Mara

Ransom Canyon, Texas

School: Lubbock Cooper High School
Position: Center
Height: 6' 4"
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: N/A
Class: 2025
Uniform Number: #119

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Player Evaluation

O’Mara, who is a 6’4 prospect from Texas and part of the class of 2025, was one of the clear leaders for his team throughout the entire weekend and camp.  He has several intangibles that you have to like as a player, including his shot-making, his quickness and footwork, and his court awareness on the floor.  He was also quite strong with his ability to knock down shots from multiple levels and be a best in off the ball defense and in transition.  Lastly, with his size at 6’4, he made his presence felt on the boards.  Next in his development, O’Mara should continue to work on his ability to finish around the basket and ball-handling.  Coach OJ Matthews said “Thomas was my team captain. He is one summer away from being an All-Star.  He has to go out and get it. He has all the tools, just needs to put it all together and if he continues to put in the work, he should be able to surpass many of the campers.

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Chance Howard

University, Washington

School: Curtis Jr High
Position: Small Forward
Height: 6' 1"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Ja Morant
Class: 2026
Uniform Number: #120

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Player Evaluation

Howard, who is a 6’1 prospect from the state of Washington and is part of the class of 2026, really displayed his ability to be a complete player and impact the game in a variety of ways. Whether it was using his size to his advantage to finish strong at the rim, knock down shots off the dribble, use his speed to his advantage, or his ability to attack the boards, Howard really was able to make an impact in a variety of ways on the court. Next in his development, he will need to expand more of his range and continue to move without the ball to create more opportunities. Coach Ravenscroft said “You have the ability to become a complete player to play at the next level and beyond. Continue to develop a mid-range game and improve your perimeter shot.  When those aspects of your game develop, your ability to finish at the rim and overall strength will become an even greater asset as you stretch the defense. Be sure to give maximum effort on both ends of the floor at all times. I look forward to seeing your career develop and thrive.”

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Makale Harley

Augusta, Georgia

School: Lucy C. Laney
Position: Point Guard
Height: 
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Kawhi Leonard
Class: Point Guard
Uniform Number: #121

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Player Evaluation

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Logan Ostrowski

San Diego, California

School: Maranatha High School
Position: Small Forward
Height: 6' 2"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Ja Morant
Class: 2026
Uniform Number: #122

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Player Evaluation

Ostrowski, a 6’2 prospect from California and part of the class of 2026, had a great showing and worked hard throughout the camp. He brought a ton of energy and had a great attitude for the game, as well as being able to be physical on the court, make plays and finish, and get downhill to create. He also was strong on the boards as well. Next in his development, he can continue to work on his mechanics and release on his shot, his handles more, and becoming quicker as a player. Coach Spencer said “You were the kickstarter for our team’s energy and you showed you can be physical and finish through contact. But you will need to continue to develop your left hand, build on your IQ for the game on both ends, and be a vocal leader on the court. Don’t rush too much on the court and watch film. You have to be able to both ways and finish without getting blocked and around defenders.”

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Jackson Ostrowski

San Diego, California

School: Maranatha High School
Position: Shooting Guard
Height: 6' 1"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Luka Doncic
Class: 2025
Uniform Number: #123

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Player Evaluation

Ostrowski, a 6’1 prospect from California and part of the class of 2025, has the chance to be a solid player as he continues to put in the work and develop his feel.  The areas of strengths were his range on his shot from multiple levels, his release time, his passing ability and team mentality, and his ability to move without the ball and attack the boards.  Next in his development, Ostrowski can continue to work on being effective in attacking the basket to score, his ball handling, and his impact on the defensive side. Coach Vasquez said “You knocked down some nice corner threes and hustled for loose rebounds. Where you can improve on is shot form. One hand form shooting by the basket slowly working your way out. Continue to put in the work and it was a joy to coach you this weekend.”

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Cassidy Golden

Keysville, Georgia

School: Burke County High School
Position: Small Forward
Height: 6' 9"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Kevin Durant
Class: 2023
Uniform Number: #124

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Player Evaluation

Golden, a 6’9 prospect from Georgia and part of the class of 2023, was a really solid player that has a chance to make it to the next level with what we saw on the court. A very versatile player that uses his length well and can operate from multiple areas of the court. He was strong in showing his range and mixing it up, his ability to put it on the deck and finish at the rim, and was strong on the boards. Quite skilled prospect for his size at 6’9. Next in his development, he can continue to work on bringing the same energy throughout the game and continue to add more to his feel and get stronger. Coach said “Golden is a really solid player who can definitely play on the next level. He has to bring his game, talent, and energy every time he steps on the court. Very special player. Play with a fire, so you can live out your dream of playing at the next level.”

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Camden Edwards

Burlington, North Carolina

School: Western Alamance HS
Position: Power Forward
Height: 5' 9"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Larry Bird
Class: 2026
Uniform Number: #125

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Player Evaluation

Edwards, a 5’9 prospect from North Carolina and part of the Class of 2026, is a player that as he continues to develop and work on his game, could be a very good player down the road. He did a lot of good things on the floor, displaying a good attitude with his teammates and coach.  He was solid with his on-ball and off-ball defense, while also showing consistency with his back to the basket moves, his ability to rebound, and his vision/court awareness. Next in development, he will need to continue to work on his frame and his shot, whether it is the mechanics, release time, and range. Coach Mills said “Continue to work on your frame as it will make your performance 100 percent better. He is a good rebounder for his size and position. He was strong and rugged on the court, getting the job done in the paint. He must continue to work on moving without the ball, as it will allow him to find more scoring opportunities.”

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Joaquin Rigdon

Costa Mesa, California

School: Servite High School
Position: Point Guard
Height: 6' 1"
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: Ja Morant
Class: 2026
Uniform Number: #126

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Player Evaluation

Rigdon, a 6’1 prospect from California and part of the Class of 2026, was strong all throughout the camp and one could see that he was one of the clear leaders for his team throughout. As a player, he had a tremendous attitude for the game, wanted to learn and get better, and had that point guard mentality in getting others involved. But he had a versatile skill set, knowing when to find his teammates or be a scoring threat on the court, especially with his shot-making ability from multiple levels or his ability to create on his own. He was strong offensively in several areas for the entire camp. Next in his development is being more effective on the defensive end, as well as working on his back to the basket moves and rebounding for his position. Coach Miller said “He was a great point guard and had tremendous skills for that position. He needs to continue to work on being more vocal and taking charge of his team overall.”

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Brandon Everage

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

School: Douglas High School
Position: Shooting Guard
Height: 6' 2"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Jayson Tatum
Class: 2025
Uniform Number: #127

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Player Evaluation

Everage, a 6’2 prospect from Oklahoma and part of the class of 2025, was able to flourish as an athlete on the court. Everage had a good understanding of the game, a great attitude, and a good IQ for the game, but was able to be effective for the most part in getting downhill and attacking the basket. There were times that he got in trouble but overall, he finished strong and around defenders and was able to show a nice burst to get by defenders. Next in his development, Everage can continue to work on his transition defense, his on and off ball defense, and his consistency from the perimeter as well. Coach Kidd said “You are an athlete and have a lot of talent. You tend to go middle a lot and it gets you in trouble at times. Learn to see the defense better and attack the holes instead of going into the crowd. Keep working on your off hand so you can go both ways and finish with both hands.”

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DaMari Rogers

Norwalk, Connecticut

School: Norwalk High School
Position: Shooting Guard
Height: 5' 11"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Kyrie Irving
Class: 2024
Uniform Number: #128

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Player Evaluation

Rogers, a 5’11 prospect from Connecticut and part of the class of 2024, had a good overall camp and had a balanced feel to his game that allowed him to impact the game in a variety of ways. He was consistent throughout his play, making plays offensively and defensively, but also making his impact in other ways with his hustle and effort. Where he was able to really stand out on the court was his ability to impact the game with his on ball and transition defense, really creating havoc for his opponents. Next in his development will be to work on his IQ and feel, as well as his release on his shot some more.

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Williams Akinyemi

Jax, Ontario Canada

School: J. Addison School
Position: Small Forward
Height: 6' 0"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete:
Class: 2025
Uniform Number: #129

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Player Evaluation

Akinyemi, a 6’0 prospect from Ontario and part of the class of 2026, is an exciting young player that looks to have a bright future with his game. He was very coachable and had a great attitude, shot the ball well off the dribble, and having smooth mechanics. He also was strong in finishing around the basket, was pesky on defense, and showed good footwork in his game. Next in his development, he can continue to improve his ability to put pressure on the defense and attacking, his handles, and improve his quickness as well. Coach Harrison said “You bring a ton of upside to the team. You react quickly on defense. Have a nice touch on the ball. I suggest you keep killing it with your mid-range game. Keep going after the rebound and expand your range.”

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Victor Akinyemi

Ajax, Ontario Canada

School: J. Addison School
Position: Shooting Guard
Height: 6' 2"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete:
Class: 2026
Uniform Number: #130

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Player Evaluation

Akinyemi, a 6’2 prospect from Canada and part of the 2026 class, was a dynamic playmaker on the court that made his impact felt both offensively and defensively. He was strong in his ability to make his defensive presence felt, blocking shots well as well as on-ball defense. But he was also able to be dynamic in the open floor, attacking and getting to the rim, finishing strong and really showing that he can beat his defender off the dribble. Next in his development, he can continue to improve his catch and shoot and shooting off the dribble more, showing more of his jumper and perimeter feel. Coach Spencer said “You showed the ability to handle in the open floor and finish at the rim at a fairly high rate.  Start working on your left hand more, expanding your range, and work on your mechanics on your shot, as well as be a leader on the floor.”

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Joshua Calvin

Conway, South Carolina

School: Conway High School
Position: Power Forward
Height: 6' 2"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Football
Class: 2024
Uniform Number: #132

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Player Evaluation

Calvin, a 6’2 prospect from South Carolina and part of the class of 2024, is a physical presence on the court and used that to his advantage but can only continue to develop his overall feel to become the best player he can be. He was able to score inside the arc well and show more of his back to the basket moves, as well as a good release and touch on his shot. He will need to continue to work on his overall feel for the game, add more to his offensive arsenal and continue to try to make an impact on both ends of the court. If he continues to do so and work hard, he will be able to find success with his game.

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Jacob Estrada

Goodview, Virginia

School: Roanoke Catholic High School
Position: Power Forward
Height: 
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: LeBron James
Class: 2023
Uniform Number: #133

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Player Evaluation

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Jace Maples

Palm Harbor, Florida

School: East Lake High School
Position: Power Forward
Height: 6' 7"
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: Klay Thompson
Class: 2023
Uniform Number: #134

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Player Evaluation

Maples, a 6’7 prospect from Florida and part of the class of 2023, had a very good camp and was able to show his impact in a variety of ways on the court. At his size, he did a great job in scoring from multiple levels, making his impact felt on the boards and defensively, moving well and good footwork, and really was a force all weekend long in the paint. Next in his development, he can continue to improve his shooting off the dribble and handles. Coach Betts said “Did a little bit of everything well all weekend long. Was a force on the boards and in the paint while also stretching the floor. Must become more consistent in finishing around the rim.”

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Marcus Hasley

San Diego, California

School:  Lincoln High School
Position: Shooting Guard
Height: 6' 3"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete:Kevin Durant
Class: 2024
Uniform Number: #135

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Player Evaluation

Hasley, a 6’3 prospect from California and part of the class of 2024, is a developing prospect that was able to learn and get better at the camp, and could be a nice piece down the road. The areas of where he was able to excel in as a forward was his ability to finish around the basket, his assertiveness on the boards, his on and help side defense, and his effort on the court. Next in his development, Hasley can continue to improve with his overall offensive game and expanding his game, as well as his awareness and IQ. Coach said “Marcus needs to improve on his energy and court awareness, and his overall basketball IQ.”

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Sabien Cain

Carmel, Indiana

School:
Position: Point Guard
Height: 6' 4"
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: Damien Lillard
Class: 2024
Uniform Number: #136

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Player Evaluation

Cain, a 6’4 prospect from Indiana and part of the class of 2024, was impressive throughout the entire camp with a great attitude. As far as his strengths, he was able to create scoring opportunities in so many ways and really brought a balanced attack. He finished strong, used his size well, did the little things on both sides of the court, and played with maximum effort. Next in his development, he can continue to work on his back to the basket moves and his on-ball defense. Coach Anderson said “Explosive first step, creates well for others, can finish and score in so many ways. Also was vocal and ready to shoot. Continue to work on your hard hedge and dribble-handoff situations. Also work on wing to post entry. Great overall weekend and a joy to coach.”

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Malachi Spencer

Pleasant View, Utah

School: Weber High School
Position: Small Forward
Height: 6' 6"
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: Kevin Durant
Class: 2024
Uniform Number: #137

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Player Evaluation

Spencer, a 6’6 prospect from Utah and part of the class of 2024, brought size to the table for his team. He has a lot of potential in his game as he continues to work and develop his overall feel for the game. But he was able to excel in using his size to his advantage, carve out space on the boards, and was strong in defending in the paint, on-ball and off-the-ball. Next in his development, he can continue to work on his court awareness, his ability to move without the ball, and finishing better. Coach Hankins said “Malachi has great upside and the potential to be an elite player. Focus on adding back to the basket moves to your package and become a great finisher around the basket. Great attitude and always a positive person.”

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Andrew Levin

White Bar Lake, Minnesota

School: Liberty Classical Academy
Position: Center
Height: 6' 6"
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: Giannis Antetokounmpo
Class: 2023
Uniform Number: #138

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Player Evaluation

Levin, a 6’6 prospect from Minnesota and part of the class of 2023, was the biggest player on the team and used that to his advantage.  Coach Watts was very impressed with his attitude and work ethic, as well as his ability to learn more about the game. He was a force down in the paint and used his size/strength to his advantage, finishing around the basket well, attacking the glass, and showing off good footwork in the post. Next in his development, can continue to add more depth in his offensive game and stepping out, as well as his impact on the defensive end. Coach Watts said “Continue to work on your foot speed and post moves, as well as being more demanding of the ball. Also continue to work on your positioning down in the post so he can have more opportunities. Keep your great attitude though for the game and work ethic.”

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Sterling Deal

Pflugerville, Texas

School:
Position: Small Forward
Height:
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: LeBron James
Class: 2022
Uniform Number: #139

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Player Evaluation

Coming July 28-31st of 2022
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Lukias Warner

Marion, Indiana

School: Marion High School
Position: Small Forward
Height: 6' 4"
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: Michael Jordan
Class: 2025
Uniform Number: #140

Phenom America

Player Evaluation

Warner, a 6’4 prospect from Indiana and part of the class of 2025, is an intriguing prospect with his size but will need to continue to put the work in his game to become the best he can be. Warner though found success with his attitude and team play, but also with his handles and passing. He was able to make things happen at times when he was able to penetrate and finish. Next in his development, Warner can continue to improve his shooting off the dribble, his range, his rebounding and quickness. Coach Harmon said “Played with great effort. Continue to work on your mechanics and work improve on establishing position and boxing out.  Post moves and footwork will help you down the road, but you did run the floor well. Work on your overall feel and impact defensively, as you have it in you to be a good player as you develop.”

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Malachi Villegas

Lorenzo, Texas

School: Lorenzo High School
Position: Power Forward
Height: 6' 3"
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: Kobe Bryant
Class: 2023
Uniform Number: #141

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Player Evaluation

Villegas, a 6’3 prospect from Texas and part of the class of 2023, was solid throughout and should be contributor on the court this upcoming season. He was solid in several aspects of his game and operated better inside the arc, getting to his spots and showing nice touch and ability to finish. Also was strong in rebounding with his size. Next in his development, Villegas can continue to work on expanding his range from outside the arch, as well as getting faster and quick, better footwork, and improving more with his handles on the court. It will help his overall feel for the game.

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Nathaniel Djanogly

London, England

School:
Position: Power Forward
Height:
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: Stephen Curry
Class: 2025
Uniform Number: #142

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Player Evaluation

Coming July 28-31st of 2022
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Dawson Heider

Amerillo, Texas

School:
Position: Power Forward
Height: 6' 8"
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: Lamelo Ball
Class: 2025
Uniform Number: #143

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Player Evaluation

Heider, a 6’8 prospect from Texas and part of the class of 2025, was the size on the team and he showed/used it to his advantage.  He continued to get better with each day at the camp and really started to become a big force down in the paint. He played with great effort and with a team mentality, while showing nice touch around the basket and the ability to finish. He also was all over the boards on either end. Next in his development, Heider can continue to work on his ball handling and his footwork at his size. Coach Vasquez said “Much better second day and was a completely different player. Just remember when you get the offensive rebound, squeeze it with two hands and then go up. You have a decent handle if you can get it tighter and more controlled, plus with your shooting ability. The sky is the limit.”

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Dilen Miller

Sheppard AFB, Texas

School: Christ Academy
Position: Point Guard
Height: 6' 3"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Michael Jordan
Class: 2024
Uniform Number: #144

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Player Evaluation

Miller, a 6’3 prospect that is part of the class of 2024, was able to show flashes in his game and how he can operate on the floor as well as where he can continue to develop as a player. He was strong with his range and facing up to knock down shots from multiple levels, but also mixed it up well with a balanced attack of penetrating the defense and gap and finishing strong. Good release, good footwork, and good handles to his game. Next in his development, he can continue to work on his back to the basket moves and use of his off hand. Coach Epps said “Great job at the camp this weekend. Attack the rim with one or two dribbles more. Take care of your body and you have a great future. Continue working on the shooting drills we learned and I look forward to watching you play more down the road.”

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Gideon Burnham

North Ogden, Utah

School: Weber High School
Position: Center
Height: 6' 8"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Giannis Antetokounmpo
Class: 2023
Uniform Number: #145

Phenom America

Player Evaluation

Burnham, a 6’8 prospect from Utah and part of the class of 2023, brought the size to the table and was able to show how effective he can be in situations on the court and in the post. He had nice touch and was strong on the boards. Good jump hook, plays within himself, and ran the floor extremely well. Strong back to the basket moves and strong. Next in his development, he can continue to improve his penetration ability, his handles, and stepping out a little more at times. Coach Anderson said “Do what you do best, great jump hook, lateral movement, understood his role and what was needed from him. Continue to work on hook shot over both shoulders, get stronger, and continue to work on you ball handling. Great weekend of camp.”

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Tijuan Lumpkin

Burbank, California

School: John Burroughs High School
Position: Small Forward/ Wing
Height: 6' 5"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: LeBron James
Class: 2023
Uniform Number: #146

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Player Evaluation

Lumpkin, a 6’5 prospect from California and part of the class of 2023, was a strong presence throughout the camp, using his frame well to be impactful both inside and on the boards. But he has the ability to stretch the court at times and was pretty quick for his size. Lumpkin really shined around the basket and showing his ability to finish strong and through contact, as well as having a tremendous attitude for the game.  Next in his development, Lumpkin can continue to add more range to his game and his shot-making ability, as well as being stronger on the defensive end. Coach Watts said “Must continue to work on his mid-range game and recognizing when to post and when to get to the win and spread the floor. Also talk more on defense, as it will help your teammates out more.”

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Brayden Della

Tulare, California

School: Porterville High School
Position: Small Forward
Height: 
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Jalen Green
Class: 2025
Uniform Number: #147

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Player Evaluation

Della, a 6’2 prospect from California and part of the class of 2025, is a stretch four type player that can be effective from multiple levels and can be a tough matchup on the court. As far as his strengths, they were his ability to score from all over the court with good range, his smooth release, his ability to put it on the deck and create, his on ball defense, and using his 6’2 frame to make his presence felt on the boards. Next in his development, Della can continue to work on his off hand usage, his court vision, and his quickness. Coach Taylor said “Can score from all three levels. Handles the ball well but could definitely work on it a little. Good rebounder on defensive end. Continue to work on your ball handling and adding more post moves.”

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Chase Chesser

Destrehan, Louisiana

School: Brother Martin High School
Position: Point Guard
Height: 6' 4"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: 
Class: 2025
Uniform Number: #148

Phenom America

Player Evaluation

Chesser, a 6’4 prospect from Louisiana and part of the class of 2025, was a hard worker on the court and did a lot of the little things well and still has room to improve. But as far as his strengths go, he excelled in showing his shot and confidence as well as his mechanics. He also was unselfish and made timely passes, hitting his teammates well and setting them up well while also competing on the defensive end and getting into defenders. Rebounded well and was quick on the court. Next in his development, he can continue to work on his ability to get inside more and create, moving without the ball, and shooting in different situations. Coach Harrison said “Keeping working hard at your game. I would like to see you elevate your offensive side of the game, being more of a leader and taking charge when you are on the court. I would like to see you find more spots to get your shot off and release it. Keep working on court vision.”

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Derrion Manson

San Diego, California

School: Lincoln High School
Position: Point Guard
Height:
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: Kevin Durant
Class: 2024
Uniform Number: #149

Phenom America

Player Evaluation

Manson, a 6’2 prospect from California and part of the class of 2024, was a strong guard throughout and really made a difference in his ability to be a two-way player and do a lot of the dirty things to help his team.  He was able to be a strong creator with his handles and ability to get downhill, making plays and finishing but also playing with an unselfish mindset to set up his teammates. He also did a great job on the boards and was such a competitor on the defensive end. Next in his development, Manson can continue to work on his range and the use of his off hand. Coach Velez said “Derrion was one of the best two-way players; played bigger than listed and played every team’s best player and contributed on the boards. Helped his team in all tempo of the game. He understood team made for great competition. His help defense is what really stood out but also hit big shots in big times for his team.”

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Santana Sifuentes

Richland, Washington

School: Chiawana High School
Position: Point Guard
Height: 5' 6"
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: Derrick Rose
Class: 2026
Uniform Number: #151

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Player Evaluation

Sifuentes, a 5’6 prospect from Washington and part of the class of 2026, was extremely impressive throughout the Phenom America camp and was one of the top players for his team. There were several areas in which he really excelled for his age, and he was quite impressive. Whether it was his ability to create and penetrate, make plays off the bounce, his ability to see the floor and make smart decision, find his teammates and set them up, or showcase his quickness and footwork, Sifuentes was electric. Next in his development, Sifuentes can continue to work on his back to the basket moves and continue to work on his ability to knock down shots and add levels to his offense. Coach Lofton said “You are a top-tier player. Keep getting stronger and adding more muscle so the contact doesn’t impact you as much. Work on your hop-step to give you better release time and on 3-pointers and mid-range shots.”

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Jake Lyons

Newton, Massachusetts

School: Newton North
Position: Point Guard
Height: 5' 6"
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: Ja Morant
Class: 2026
Uniform Number: #152

Phenom America

Player Evaluation

Lyons, a 5’6 prospect from Massachusetts and part of the class of 2026, has a nice all-around feel for the game at his age and if he continues to develop, could be a very solid piece in the coming years. Where he excelled at were his ability to create and attack off the dribble, getting into the defense and then finding his teammates. Really liked his court vision and sense, as well as being aggressive on the defensive end. Next in his development, he can continue to work on his range and shooting off the dribble, as well as his footwork. Coach Shelly said “Nice all-around control with the ball. Don’t fall in love with the three. Work more on your mid-range game and floaters. Improve your lateral movement as well and creating space.”

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David Herman

Los Gatos, California

School: Hillbrook School
Position: Shooting Guard
Height: 
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Russell Westbrook
Class: 2026
Uniform Number: #153

Phenom America

Player Evaluation

Coming July 28-31st of 2022
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Gianni Costa

Chula Vista, California

School: San Ysidro High School
Position: Small Forward
Height: 5' 10"
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: Giannis Antetokounmpo
Class: 2025
Uniform Number: #154

Phenom America

Player Evaluation

Costa, who is a 5’10 prospect from California and part of the class of 2025, was impressive with his ability to be a shot-maker on the court.  The shooting guard was able to really shine as a player that could score with his jumper from multiple levels and has some impressive range to his game.  Smooth, fluid shot mechanics and a nice release time, Costa was strong in catch and shoot situations or off the dribble.  But he also didn’t settle and gave us glimpses of his handling and ability to finish.  He was also a strong team player on the court for his team.  Next in his development, Costa could continue to work on his ability to penetrate as well as on the defensive end in transition.  Coach OJ Matthews said “Costa needs to get stronger and continue to build his confidence. He has great potential to be a good high school shooting guard with his shot-making. I love his shooting motion.

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Omari Thomas

Indianapolis, Indiana

School: Undecided
Position: Point Guard
Height: 5' 8"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Ja Morant
Class: 2026 
Uniform Number: #155

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Player Evaluation

Thomas, a 5’8 prospect from the state of Indiana and part of the Class of 2026, has the ability to be a good player in the coming years if he continues to put in the work. Thomas was strong in using his quickness to his advantage on the floor, really displaying strong handles and having an understanding of how to be a playmaker with the ball in his hands. On several occasions, he was able to penetrate the defense, create well with his dribble, and make smart decisions in either scoring around the basket or finding open teammates. Next in his development, Thomas can continue to work on his ability to knock down shots as well as making his impact on the defensive end. Coach Miller said “He has the ability to be a very good player. He has great quickness and great handles, which makes him hard to guard. He needs to continue to work on defense more than anything.”

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John Woodworth

San Diego, California

School: Point Loma High School
Position: Point Guard
Height: 6' 0"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Kyrie Irving
Class: 2022
Uniform Number: #156

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Player Evaluation

Woodworth, a 6’0 prospect from California, played hard and had a great attitude throughout the camp. He was that energy type guy that helped the team in a variety of ways and didn’t need the spotlight to be effective. But his areas of strength were his mechanics on his shot, his ability to play on and off the ball defensively, his ability to move without the ball and create opportunities, and his team mentality throughout the camp. Next in his development, Woodworth can continue to work on his off hand as well as ball handling and finishing better around the basket. Coach Wharton said “Great hustle, attitude, and energy this weekend. You need to become more consistent with your shooting. The mechanics and form are there but you have to consistently knock those shots down. Improve on your handles and your quickness on both ends of the court, as well as get stronger. Keep working hard and keep your attitude!”

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Lawrence Lam

San Diego, California

School: Marshall Middle School
Position: Small Forward
Height: 6' 0"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Stephen Curry
Class: 2026
Uniform Number: #157

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Player Evaluation

Lam, who is a 6’0 prospect from California and part of the Class of 2026, had a very good showing and was able to really carve out his role for his team. With his ability to be a three-point threat on the court, he was able to really open up the defense for his team but also capitalize on his own opportunities. Countless times he made the defense pay by showing his range. He was strong in catch and shoot situations, getting to his spot and moving well without the ball. Next in his development is adding more to his game, creating and scoring more off the dribble, and continuing to get better on the defensive end. Coach Miller said “Lam was a great 3-point shooter but he could add and get better with his pull-up jumper off the dribble. Also, he needs to continue to get better on defense but overall, he was an absolute joy to coach.”

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Berkley Coon

Holly Springs, North Carolina

School: Wake Christian Academy
Position: Shooting Guard
Height: 5' 9"
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: Ja Morant
Class: 2024
Uniform Number: #158

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Player Evaluation

Coon, a 5’9 prospect from North Carolina and part of the class of 2024, really opened the eyes of his coaches with his ability to be a knockdown shooter on the court. He made opponents pay when leaving him open, especially being a consistent threat from behind the arc and getting to his spots on the floor for his shot. He moved well without the ball and had good quickness/footwork to his game, while also being a strong ball-handler as well. Next in his development, Coon can continue to work on his defense on the ball and his rebounding at his position, as well as his back to the basket moves. Coach Wharton said “Great work and shooting this weekend. Continue to work on being more aggressive with your on ball defense, getting up into your defenders and moving your feet.”

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Darius Hueitt

Chula Vista, California

School: San Diego High School
Position: Point Guard
Height: 6' 0"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Luka Doncic
Class: 2025
Uniform Number: #159

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Player Evaluation

Hueitt, a 6’0 prospect from California and part of the class of 2025, had his moments to shine but was able to be a key piece for his team in certain situations. Hueitt excelled in areas such as his release on his shot, showing solid range to his game, his decision-making and passing, and his on-ball defense but continue to work and add more levels to your game. Next in your development, continue to work on your off-ball defense and improving in the little things of your game. Coach Kidd said “When you are playing with so much talent, continue to do the little things that is needed. Work on being more assertive and demanding of the ball. Continue to put the work in the gym and get as many shots as you can up; continue to improve your overall feel for the game.”

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Imari Dewberry

Murfreesboro, Tennessee

School: Rockvale High School
Position: Point Guard
Height: 5' 11"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Russell Westbrook
Class: 2025
Uniform Number: #160

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Player Evaluation

Dewberry, a 5’11 prospect from Tennessee and part of the class of 2025, was off the charts on the defensive end. He made his presence felt and created a ton of havoc for his opponents while on the court; was a game-changer for his team. His coach stated that he had to be one of the top defenders at the camp. But he had moments on offense in scoring more inside and finishing well with touch, as well as play with a scrappy feel to his game. Next in his development, Dewberry can continue to expand on his range and with his ability to knock down shots from multiple levels. Coach King said “Imari, you were one of the top defenders at the camp in my opinion. But there is a lot of your offensive game that needs to continue to improve like your jump shot, shot selection, and just being aggressive like you are on defense. I believe in your ability and work you put in to be a better basketball player.”

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Jye-Asean Rudolph

Indianapolis, Indiana

School: Franklin Central High School
Position: Point Guard
Height: 5' 10"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Stephen Curry
Class: 2024
Uniform Number: #161

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Player Evaluation

Rudolph, a 5’10 prospect from Indiana and part of the class of 2024, really put on a show and made play after play at the camp, being one of the stronger guards at the camp for his age. Rudolph really knew how to fill it up and score in a variety of ways, playing with confidence and scoring from multiple levels. But he was also a playmaker, finding ways to create and facilitate. Next in his development, he can continue to improve his transition defense, his rebounding, and moving without the ball more. Coach Betts said “Quick twitch guard, crafty, and tight handles. Excels in pick and roll situations. Has to learn to be effective when his shot isn’t falling or running the offense. He has the skillset to be very good.”

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Anthony Pomadchin

Sugar Land, Texas

School: George Ranch High School
Position: Power Forward
Height: 6' 1"
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: Stephen Curry
Class: 2025
Uniform Number: #162

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Player Evaluation

Pomadchin, a 6’1 prospect from Texas and part of the class of 2025, was that energy type player that constantly was making plays and making those hustle plays. Really played hard and was able to shine in certain situations, whether it was his ability to make plays, find his teammates, get to his spots for his shot, or just do the dirty work on the court. Very good glue-type guy on the court. Next in his development, Pomadchin can continue to improve his passing abilities, his defense, and his quickness as a prospect.  Coach Vasquez said “You play with a ton of energy on the court. I liked how you can get to the basket but to keep advancing in the game, you are going to need to learn when to finish inside and when to kick it out. There would be times you draw 2 or 3 defenders and still try to finish. Once you draw them, find your teammates, and make the game simple.”

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Muziq Deshun Gunnell

Kerens, Texas

School: Kerens High School
Position: Point Guard
Height: 5' 8"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Ja Morant
Class: 2025
Uniform Number: #163

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Player Evaluation

Gunnell, a 5’8 prospect from Texas and part of the class of 2025, is a player that really worked hard on both ends of the court and made his team better in several situations. Gunnell was able to shine more with his ability to get downhill and find ways to get the ball on the rim and score. His use of his off hand was strong for a guard and was crafty with the ball in his hands as well; quick burst to his game. Next in his development, he can continue to work on his overall defense and his shot mechanics as well.  Coach Harmon said “Plays extremely hard on both ends. Attacks the basket and is capable of finishing in traffic. Can improve court vision. Willing passer but misses cutters at times. Continue to work on shot mechanics and improve on stopping the ball in transition. Good on-ball defender but can improve on being in the right position as a defender.”

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Estevan Flores

Bonita, California

School: Bonita Vista High School
Position: Point Guard
Height: 5' 4"
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: Ja Morant
Class: 2025
Uniform Number: #164

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Player Evaluation

Flores, a 5’4 prospect from California and part of the class of 2025, is smaller guard with good potential to his game. Though one of the smaller guards, he was a competitor and didn’t shy away from attacking the defense, creating off the dribble, and being that playmaker on the court. Also excelled in catch and shoot situations also but he was incredibly explosive with his quickness. Next in his development, Flores can continue to get stronger and finish better around the rim, as well as make a stronger impact on the defensive end. Coach Kidd said “You are a good guard with potential, just keep working on your off hand and get in the weight room to get stronger. Shoot as many shots as you can and watch as much film as you can to improve your overall feel and IQ.”

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Rishi Dhulia

Corona, California

School: Norte Dame High School
Position: Shooting Guard
Height: 5' 7"
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: LeBron James
Class: 2025
Uniform Number: #166

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Player Evaluation

Dhulia, a 5’7 prospect from California and part of the class of 2025, is a young and developing player that had a great attitude throughout the camp. Overall, Dhulia can continue to improve in his overall feel for the game but he did make plays in catch and shoot situations, had a good release on his shot, and was a team player and made timely passes as well. Coach Harrison said “You need to move without the ball more and not look for your shot in catch and shoot situations. Need to work on talking as well. Improve your ball handles and your shooting mechanics, as these are the things that can help elevate your game down the road.

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Adrian Cervantes

La Jolla, California

School: The Bishop School
Position: Small Forward
Height: 5' 5"
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: Stephen Curry
Class: 2026
Uniform Number: #167

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Player Evaluation

Cervantes, who is a 5’5 prospect from the state of California and is part of the class of 2026, really shined with his attitude for the game. He was the ultimate team player, gave maximum effort on the court, and was willing to learn and develop his game more throughout the camp. On the court, he was solid throughout, displaying good vision and moving well without the ball, while also being able to knock down shots as well. Next in his development, Cervantes will need to continue to work on his ability to penetrate more and put the pressure on the defense, as well as shooting more off the dribble. Coach Ravenscroft said “Your attitude and enthusiasm was fantastic. Every coach would love to have a player like you be part of their program. Continue to work on your shot release and mechanics in order to become a perimeter threat. Work to develop your footwork and speed in order to become a more well-rounded player. Continue to work on your vision and court sense to create opportunities more for your teammates, as this is one of your best strengths as a player.”

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Timothy Tyler

Carlsbad, California

School: Sage Creek High School
Position: Point Guard
Height: 5' 8"
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: LeBron James
Class: 2026
Uniform Number: #168

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Player Evaluation

Tyler, a 5’8 prospect from California and part of the class of 2026, was a coach’s dream on the court; he had a great attitude for the game and was quite coachable. Though there is room for development, Tyler accepted and worked hard throughout the week to improve his game. But he did shine in areas such as his transition defense, his team mentality and willingness to make the right play and showing a confident release on his shot. Next in his development, Tyler will need to continue work on developing his overall understanding and feel for the game, adding more to his offensive arsenal and his impact on both sides of the ball. Coach Lofton said “I love your attitude. You are very coachable. I gave you a job and did it very well. I told you to concentrate on getting back on defense, so we could stop run outs and you hustled every time. Continue to work hard on your game and best of luck in high school.”

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Royce Ferrer

Chula Vista, California

School: Olympian High School
Position: Point Guard
Height: 5' 2"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Kevin Durant
Class: 2026
Uniform Number: #169

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Player Evaluation

Ferrer, a 5’2 prospect from California and part of the class of 2026, had a solid framework in his game and as he continues to develop and work, he should only become a better player. As far as his strengths, he excelled with his team attitude, his penetration, his on and off ball defense, his quickness, his vision, and his ability to rebound at his size. Next in his development, he can continue to work on his shot in different situations and continue to work on your ball handling. Coach Curley said “Stop shifting when you catch the ball. Don’t pump fake all the time and work on your ball handling. Need to work on your confidence and be more active on offense.”

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Kenneth Vo

Milpitas, California

School: Oak Grove High School
Position: Point Guard
Height: 5' 4"
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: Kyrie Irving
Class: 2024
Uniform Number: #170

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Player Evaluation

Vo, a 5’4 prospect from California and part of the class of 2024, was a smaller guard but played hard and competed throughout; had a great attitude for the game and was very coachable. When he was able to show his shot, he displayed good mechanics in his shot and used his quickness to his advantage. Also competed and was scrappy in other areas outside of scoring on the floor and on both ends. Next in his development, he can continue to work on his back to the basket moves, use of offhand, and ability to finish. Coach Shelly said “Don’t let size get in your way. Really tune into your ball handling and space creating. Keep shooting every day. Work on off the dribble shots and catch and shoot.”

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Tayesen Combs

Amarillo, Texas

School: Randall High School
Position: Shooting Guard
Height: 6' 0"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Ja Morant
Class: 2025
Uniform Number: #171

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Player Evaluation

Combs, who is a 6’0 guard from Texas and part of the class of 2025, brought consistency to the table for his team.  Was a great leader on an off the court, displayed a great attitude, played with maximum effort, and was the ultimate team player.  On the court, whether it was his ability to showcase his range inside or outside the arc, or his ability to finish, Combs really excelled in many areas.  But he also was terrific in finding teammates, showing his vision and court awareness.  Next in his development, Combs could continue to work on his impact on the defensive end and his footwork. Coach OJ Matthews said “He has the ability to play the point position and should.  Combs kept us in every game with his ability to be consistent.  He did what was asked of him and then some.”

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Emory Berry

Snellville, Georgia

School: Killian Hill Christian Church
Position: Point Guard
Height: 5' 10"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Jordan Poole
Class: 2024
Uniform Number: #172

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Player Evaluation

Berry, a 5’10 prospect from Georgia and part of the class of 2024, is a smaller quick guard that was comfortable in running the show and getting everyone involved. He had the IQ to see the floor, find his teammates well, create off the dribble, and pull-up at times to make plays. Quick guard with really good footwork to his game; a true playmaker on the floor. Next in his development is working on his range and adding more to his offensive arsenal, as well as rebounding better. Coach Epps said “Great job this weekend. Develop a 1-2 dribble pull-up mid-range shot and work on ball handling as well to become even better. Also continue to communicate more with your teammates in transition defense. Great attitude all throughout camp.”

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Khalyn Williams - Thomas

Fort Wayne, Indiana

School: Concordia Lutheran High School
Position: Point Guard
Height: 5' 11"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Ja Morant
Class: 2025
Uniform Number: #173

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Player Evaluation

Thomas, a 5’11 prospect from Indiana and part of the class of 2025, had a great weekend at the camp and was really able to open eyes about his game.  His strengths in his game was his ability to really get inside and penetrate the defense, making plays for others as well as finding ways to score around defenders with nice touch. But he also was able to step out and knock down shots off the dribble, showed a nice range to his game and a smooth release, and gave great effort throughout. Next in his development is to continue to work on your back to the basket moves and work on the defensive end, as well as on the boards more. Coach Vasquez said “You can create space and get to the basket well. One thing I did see that needs fix is after you get past your defender, you see another guy or two and take it as a challenge to score. As a team-first option, you need to learn to make the game easier on yourself to save more energy.”

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Aiden Hughes

Elk Grove, California

School: Pleasant Grove HS
Position: Point Guard
Height: 
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Chris Paul
Class: 2024
Uniform Number: #175

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Player Evaluation

Hughes, a 5’8 prospect from California and part of the class of 2024, was a really strong guard throughout and left an impression on his coaches the entire camp. He was elite as a shooter from the perimeter as well as an on-ball defender. He really stood out in those areas, but he was also incredibly strong in finishing over big defenders, finding and seeing his teammates, his motor and effort throughout, and his quickness as a guard. Next in his development, he can continue to work on his back to the basket moves and use of his off hand, as well as rebounding. Coach Boone said “He has to be a top lockdown defender at this camp. He is undersized by uses it to his advantage to get underneath his opponents and creates steals. Know how to play in the open floor and is always ready to drive and/or catch and shoot from deep. Definition of a team player.”

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Richard Raimondi

Universal City, Texas

School: Samuel Clemens High School
Position: Point Guard
Height: 
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Russell Westbrook
Class: 2025
Uniform Number: #176

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Player Evaluation

Coming July 28-31st of 2022
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Tykevian Hiers

Waynesboro, Georgia

School: Burke County High School
Position: Shooting Guard
Height: 6' 1"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: LeBron James
Class: 2023
Uniform Number: #177

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Player Evaluation

Hiers, a 6’1 prospect from Georgia and part of the class of 2023, had moments that he was electric with the ball in his hands and getting up and down the court. Quick guard that was able to make plays with the ball in his hands. Had a good release on his shot but was strong in his ability to get out in transition and penetrate the defense, finishing and hounding on defense. Next in his development, he can continue to work on his shot in catch and shoot situations, as well as shooting off the dribble. Continue to work on you handles as well. Coach Shelly said “Way to fast when handling the ball at times. Work on change of speed on the court. Work on getting shots up and expanding your range on your shot more, especially from behind the arc, so you can stretch the floor more.”

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Keegan Ladines

Elk Grove, California

School: Capital Christian
Position: Point Guard
Height: 5' 4"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Stephen Curry
Class: 2026
Uniform Number: #178

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Player Evaluation

Ladines, a 5’4 prospect from California and part of the class of 2026, really showed his poise and ability to make plays with the ball in his hands and in traffic. He was able to pick through the defense, make strong moves and passes to his teammates, and was able to get inside to finish. Quick guard that excelled out in the open court. Next in his development, he can continue to work on catch and shoot and shooting more off the dribble, improve his footwork, and his back to the basket moves. Coach Spencer said “You showed a terrific ability to handle in traffic, crafty finishes, and really facilitating the ball but you have to continue to be a vocal leader on the court. Easily have the tools to be a next level point guard, just continue to work hard in certain areas.”

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Jamari Smith

Gastonia, North Carolina

School: Ashbrook High School
Position: Point Guard
Height: 5' 9"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Donovan Mitchell
Class: 2025
Uniform Number: #180

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Player Evaluation

Smith, a 5’9 prospect from North Carolina and part of the class of 2025, was a player that just made his impact felt in a variety of ways as a player. As a smaller guard, he was able to create and handle the ball well, but also shine as a penetrator to score. Very unselfish player and has a quick burst to get by defenders and out in transition. Was able to mix it up quite well throughout. Next in his development will be to continue to work on your back to the basket moves and your transition defense.  Coach Vasquez said “You can really make a big impact to the game and get to the basket.  At the next level as a point guard, you are going to have to get to the rim and really be able to kick it out. But it was a very good weekend overall for you.”

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Evan Criado

Amarillo, Texas

School: Randall High School
Position: Shooting Guard
Height: 5' 7"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Russell Westbrook
Class: 2025
Uniform Number: #181

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Player Evaluation

Criado, a 5’7 prospect from Texas and part of the class of 2025, is a player with a lot of upside to his game and was able to make his mark in several areas of the court. As far as his strengths as a player, he excelled with his shooting mechanics and pull-up game, his ability to finish when available, his on and off ball defense, and his motor on the court. Next in his development, Criado can continue to work on his handles and being more aggressive, his vision and court awareness, moving without the ball, and his back to the basket moves. Coach Harrison said “It was great coaching you. You have a lot of upside. I would like to see you step up more as a leader and be more vocal. Look to create for yourself more and get everyone else on the floor involved. Grow your IQ for the game.”

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Aashon Holmes

San Antonio, Texas

School: Harlan High School
Position: Point Guard
Height: 
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Kevin Durant
Class: 2023
Uniform Number: #182

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Player Evaluation

Coming July 28-31st of 2022
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Anthony Scott

Loris, South Carolina

School:  Loris Middle School
Position: Shooting Guard
Height: 6' 0"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: LeBron James
Class: 2026
Uniform Number: #183

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Player Evaluation

Scott, a 6’0 prospect from South Carolina and part of the class of 2026, is a player that should only get better from a camp like this and the older he gets. As far as his strengths went, he was strong in putting the ball on the deck and finishing around the basket, as well as his court awareness and vision. Also strong in the rebounding department and on-ball defense. Next in his development, he can continue to work on his overall offensive game and quickness and handles. Coach Curley said “Needs to work on ball handling and lay-ups. Work on shooting as well. Quicker up and down the court is a must. Continue to put in the work on both ends to become a better overall player.”

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Caleb Holcomb

Glenbrook, Nevada

School: Whittell High School
Position: Shooting Guard
Height: 5' 6"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Tyler Hero
Class: 2026
Uniform Number: #184

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Player Evaluation

Holcomb, a 5’6 prospect from Nevada and part of the Class of 2026, was really able to assert himself and impact the game nicely despite being one of the smaller prospects on the team.  He was able to compete and battle, but also operated nicely as a spot-up threat, showing his release and catch-and-shoot ability as well as having a solid feel for the game. He was solid with his overall offensive capability, and was able to knock down shots with range. Next in his development, he will need to continue to work on his off hand and his impact on the defensive end. Coach Mills said “Caleb was strong in his ability to knock down shots, as he made a number of three-pointers and was able to handle the ball on occasion. Next in his development process is working to become stronger, work on his foot speed. This will directly improve all facets of his game. Caleb worked hard to correct mistakes.”

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Dylan Stewart

Baton Rouge, Louisiana

School: Kenilworth Science & Technology 
Position: Point Guard
Height: 5' 8"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: LeBron James
Class: 2026
Uniform Number: #185

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Player Evaluation

Stewart, a 5’8 prospect from Louisiana and part of the class of 2026, was able to flourish in different situations on the court. As far as his strengths as a player, he excelled with his range on his shot, shooting off the dribble, his on-ball defense, his quickness, and moving well without the ball. Next in his development, Stewart can continue to improve on his shooting mechanics, his off-ball and transition defense, his footwork, and his back to the basket moves. Coach Spencer said “It was good getting to coach you and you showed the ability to knock down shots from off the catch and off the dribble, moved well with out the ball, and pushed in transition. You should continue to improve and lock in on the defensive end, be a better pick and roll ball-handler, and developing your left hand.”

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Zane McFarlane

North York, Canada

School: Inspire Academy 
Position: Point Guard
Height: 
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Stephen Curry
Class: 2026
Uniform Number: #186

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Player Evaluation

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Jesiah Le

Maple, Ontario Canada

School: Hoden
Position: Point Guard
Height: 
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Allen Iverson
Class: 2026
Uniform Number: #187

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Player Evaluation

Coming July 28-31st of 2022
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Ace Simon

Carson, California

School: Wilders' Prep
Position: Shooting Guard
Height: 
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Kobe Bryant
Class: 2026
Uniform Number: #190

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Player Evaluation

Coming July 28-31st of 2022
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Beckett Coon

Holly Springs, North Carolina

School: Wake Christian Academy
Position: Point Guard
Height: 5' 6"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Stephen Curry
Class: 2026
Uniform Number: #191

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Player Evaluation

Coon, a 5’6 prospect from North Carolina and part of the class of 2026, is another guard that really understands the game at an early age. He has that natural feel as a point guard but also mixes it up very well with his offensive scoring power and getting everyone involved. He has the IQ, the ball handling skills, the vision, and understanding of how to be effective with or without the ball. Next in his development, he can continue to work on his rebounding and his back to the basket moves. Coach Allen said “You played really well at point guard. You got your teammates involved. You showed the ability to shoo the three ball and it was fun coaching you throughout the weekend.”

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Keegan Snel

Redding, California

School: 
Position: Point Guard
Height: 5' 5"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Stephen Curry
Class: 2026
Uniform Number: #192

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Player Evaluation

Snel, a 5’5 prospect from California and part of the class of 2026, was quite coachable and had a strong attitude for the game. Snel was able to knock down open shots on the floor from all levels, he controlled the tempo well, and played hard throughout. He was also able to showcase good vision and feel, good quickness to his game, and a good release/mechanics on his shot. Next in his development, he can continue to develop on the defensive end and work on his footwork, as well as his back to the basket moves. Coach Spencer said “You hit open shots from the perimeter in timely fashion and played with a great attitude. The biggest thing you need to get better is ball screen reads, on-ball defense, and just being more vocal on the court as a point guard to play at the next level. Keep working hard and building your skillset overall.”

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Nathan Tweit

Kendrick, Idaho

School: 
Position: Small Forward
Height: 
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Kevin Durant
Class: 2026
Uniform Number: #193

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Player Evaluation

Coming July 28-31st of 2022
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Jett Mueggenborg

Okarche, Oklahoma

School: Okarche Public Schools
Position: Shooting Guard
Height: 6' 0"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Michael Jordan
Class: 2026
Uniform Number: #194

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Player Evaluation

Mueggenborg, a 6’0 prospect from Oklahoma and part of the class of 2026, really was able to open eyes with his motor and work ethic on the court. Impressive was his feel and hustle on both ends of the floor, looking to make plays and create havoc. Good shot-maker, can mix it up offensively, makes smart plays and create off the dribble, active in all areas on defense, and sees the floor well as well as get on the boards. Next in his development, he can continue to work on the little things and fine-tuning his game. Coach Crenshaw said “Jet has a motor that is unmatched. His hustle on both sides of the floor was amazing. He has a great attitude and is very coachable. Needs to work on finishing at the rim on occasion but other than that, he has a high ceiling.”

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Damiel Wells

San Jose, California

School: 
Position: Shooting Guard
Height: 5' 4"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Isiah Thomas
Class: 2026
Uniform Number: #195

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Player Evaluation

Wells, a 5’4 prospect from California and part of the class of 2026, was one of the smaller guards on the court but was competitive throughout the entire camp and didn’t let his size stop him. He came in with a great attitude for the game and ended with one as well, but he was able to get better. Wells has a good looking shot when he was able to find it, especially in catch and shoot situations. But he was able to display his court sense and vision, finding the open man when he penetrated. Next though in his development is working on his release technique more, using his off hand more, and getting quicker on defense. Coach Lofton said “You have a great attitude and are coachable. Continue to work on the improvements that we talked about. You will have to get faster and quicker as a player to be an effective player in high school. Best of luck to you this upcoming year.”

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Andrew Taylor

Exeter, California

School: Exeter High School
Position: Shooting Guard
Height: 6' 2"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Kobe Bryant & Trae Young
Class: 2024
Uniform Number: #196

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Player Evaluation

Taylor, a 6’2 prospect from California and part of the class of 2024, had a solid showing and with work on his game, he could become a solid prospect. His strengths on the court though were his release and mechanics on his shot, his transition defense, and his vision and court sense. Next in his development, Taylor can continue to add more to his game, work on his range of his shot, and his on and off the ball defense. Coach Wharton said “Your overall skills, awareness, and IQ need to continue to improve. Your shot and mechanics were strong but also can continue to improve. Defensively, continue to work on being in a stance and keep the offense in front of you.”

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LJ Quattlebaum

Menlo Park, California

School: Sacred Heart Prep
Position: Shooting Guard
Height: 
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Ja Morant
Class: 2023
Uniform Number: #197

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Player Evaluation

Coming July 28-31st of 2022
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Brady McNabb

Muncie, Indiana

School:  
Position: Point Guard
Height: 5' 10"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Kyrie Irving
Class: 2025
Uniform Number: #198

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Player Evaluation

McNabb, a 5’10 prospect from Indiana and part of the class of 2025, had a solid showing throughout the camp and was able to excel in certain areas but overall was a solid player on the floor. He was able to have a stronger feel for the game when he was able to showcase his handles and ability to create, get out in transition and pull-up off the dribble, and present issues defensively. He can continue to improve on his range of his shot, his ability to penetrate, and his quickness as a player. Coach Harrison said “You have a ton of upside, keep working on building your tool box of ability. Work on extending your shooting range. Keep going hard on defense and work on being a bigger voice on the court.”

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Judah Flores

Atwater, California

School: 
Position: Center
Height: 6' 6"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Kevin Durant
Class: 2024
Uniform Number: #199

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Player Evaluation

Flores, a 6’6 prospect from California and part of the class of 2024, was the biggest player on the team and is a developing big man that should only get better with more work. He had a good presence down in the post and was able to show a little bit of his range, but was most impactful on the boards, his on-ball defense, and his sense of space down low. Next in his development, he can continue to work on his handles and footwork, as well as low post moves. Coach Shelly said “Need to improve handles and work on your footwork in the post. Try to master your presence down in the paint and then develop the ability to stretch the floor more. Also continue to work on your passing and hitting your teammates well.”