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Jason McClain

Cottonwod, Arizona

School: Mingus Union High School
Position: Center
Height: 6' 0"
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: Giannis Antetokounmpo
Class: 2025
Uniform Number: #200

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Player Evaluation

McClain, a 6’0 prospect from Arizona and part of the class of 2025, is a player that was able to play strong and be effective at times but was a little undersized for his position so it will be interesting to see how he continues to grow and develop. McClain’s strengths in his game was ahis footwork on both sides of the court, his presence defensively, and moving well without the ball to create opportunities. He was also strong with his team play and effort throughout the camp. Next in his development, McClain can continue to work on his range on his shot, his use of his off hand, and being more of a penetrator on the court. Coach Taylor said “Undersized big man. You do a good job in boxing out, just need to work on grabbing the rebound. Does a really good job using stuff learned in drills and using that in the game. Needs to work on ball handling and being able to handle the rock more as well as his shot.”

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Tyler Jordan

Windham, New Hampshire

School: Windham Middle School
Position: Small Forward
Height: 6' 0"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Kevin Durant
Class: 2026
Uniform Number: #201

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Player Evaluation

Jordan, a 6’0 prospect from New Hampshire and part of the class of 2026, was an absolute joy to coach and was the ultimate teammate on the court and on the bench. His attitude for the game, his team-mentality, and his effort really shined. But there were other areas where Jordan excelled in, which included his defense on the ball, his ability to catch and knock down shots, get to his spots, and use his off hand. He was also strong overall defensively and with his ball-handling. Next in his development, Jordan can continue to work on his ability to finish around the basket stronger and through contact, as well as work on his release time and expanding his range. Coach Lofton said “Even though you were injured, you still gave it all you had and with a ton of energy.  You were a great teammate on the floor and off. Continue to work on the improvements that we mentioned and best of luck in high school.”

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Caden Deffebaugh

Little Elm, Texas

School: Trent Middle
Position: Shooting Guard
Height: 6' 2"
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: Michael Jordan
Class: 2026
Uniform Number: #202

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Player Evaluation

Deffebaugh, a 6’2 prospect from Texas and part of the class of 2026, had a really good showing and is a young prospect to really watch out for.  Used his size well and understood how to be effective on the court. At his size, he was able to score well over defenders, step out and be effective but also put on the deck and get to the basket to finish strong.  Good quickness and feel for the game at his size and was all over the boards also. Very versatile feel to his game. Next in his development, Deffebaugh can continue to work on his defensive impact and his use of his off hand more. Coach Brigham said “You adapted well to your environment, and you made others better around you. Continue to work on your off hand, I want to be able to not identify if you are right or left-handed. Lane defense is solid btu continue to work on your perimeter defense. You are a good player, so teammates will follow your leadership on the court.”

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Isaiah Diaz

Chula Vista, California

School: Bonita Vista
Position: Point Guard
Height: 5' 6"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Kobe Bryant
Class: 2025
Uniform Number: #203

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Player Evaluation

Diaz, a 5’6 prospect from California and part of the class of 2025, was a guard that impressed his coaches with his mentality, his effort on the court and ability to make plays. He was stronger with his ability to put the ball on the floor and create, finishing well for his size but also creating with his shifty handles and his use of his off hand. Next in his development, Diaz can continue to improve in his transition defense, as well as his court sense and moving without the ball more. Coach Harmon said “Plays with a great effort on both ends. Improve on stopping the ball in transition more. Need to look to attack the basket and penetrate more. You are a team play and very coachable. Continue to improve on moving without the ball as well. You handle the ball well with both hands but continuing to work on fighting through screens. Loved that you were a willing passer on the court as well.”

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Cole Murdock

Evington, Virgina

School: Timberlake Christian School
Position: Shooting Guard
Height: 6' 0"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Devin Booker
Class: 2026
Uniform Number: #204

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Player Evaluation

Murdock, a 6’0 prospect from Virginia and part of the class of 2026, had a solid camp throughout and with more time and development, he could be a very good and effective player. His areas of strengths were his ability to get inside and finish around the basket, his shot and release as well as his touch, his passing ability for his position, and his help side defense. Murdock also used his size to carve out and box out on the boards, getting on the glass on both sides of the floor. Next in his development, Murdock can continue to improve his range and shooting in certain situations, as well as his footwork. Coach Brigham said “Focus on being more diverse going into high school. Finish around the basket with contact, I want you to create a mid-range shot and it will allow you to be more unguardable. Work on shooting off the dribble, your quickness, and your footwork as well. Create the hunger for defense, as if you can’t live without it. Great weekend overall though.”

Vashon Carter

Pflugerville, Texas

School:  
Position: Point Guard
Height: 
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Russell Westbrook
Class: 2024
Uniform Number: #205

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Player Evaluation

Coming July 28-31st of 2022
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Jahill Brewster

Lubbock, Texas

School: Lorenzo High School
Position: Point Guard
Height: 6' 0"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Kyrie Irving & Kevin Durant
Class: 2024
Uniform Number: #206

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Player Evaluation

Brewster, a 6’0 prospect from Texas and part of the class of 2024, is a pass-first guard that really had a strong handle to his game and was able to create for himself and for others. Very high basketball IQ, finishes off two feet, finishes over bigger defenders, and can play physical. Good presence on the defensive end as well. Next in his development, he can continue to work on his footwork, moving more without the ball, and his back to the basket moves. Coach Anderson said “Pass-first player, handles double teams well, and really has good vision and court awareness. Can continue working on his range, making wing and post entry passes with both hands, hesitation moves, and passing off the dribble. Great weekend of basketball.”

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Gregory Jefferson

Amarillo, Texas

School: Amarillo High School
Position: Shooting Guard
Height: 5' 5"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Giannis Antetokounmpo
Class: 2025
Uniform Number: #207

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Player Evaluation

Jefferson, a 5’5 prospect form Texas and part of the class of 2025, had a really good overall camp and was quite useful in many situations on the court. He was able to be a consistent threat from the perimeter as well as show a fluid shot with his release. That is where he excelled the most, but also was strong on defense, bringing a nice presence and staying active throughout and using his quickness to his advantage. Next in his development, Jefferson can continue to work on his ability to penetrate and make plays, as well as rebounding and his back to the basket moves. Coach Taylor said “Good catch and shoot player. Can handle the ball when he want to. Great on-ball defense and pretty good off-ball defense as well. Needs to work on his handles and work on having confidence in bring the ball up the court. You have a good package with your handles, just have to use it in the game”

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Davaughn Hueitt

Chula Vista, California

School: San Diego High School
Position: Small Forward
Height: 6' 7"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Kawhi Leonard
Class: 2025
Uniform Number: #208

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Player Evaluation

Hueitt, a 6’7 prospect from California and part of the class of 2025, certainly caught eyes with his 6’7 frame and size, using that to his advantage throughout the camp and bringing a strong presence inside the arc. That is where he was able to shine, finishing well around the basket, showing good touch, and was above average with his back to the basket. He also used that size on both ends, especially on the glass. Next in his development is continuing to work on his shot and stepping out more, but also working more on the defensive end as well. Coach Wilson said “Hueitt used his 6’7 frame to his advantage. He stayed vertical, made his presence felt inside well. The areas I would like to see him work on is not floating or resting at the three-point line, running the floor every time, and being more aware of the game and what he can bring.”

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Travarein Samuels

Slaton, Texas

School:  
Position: Shooting Guard
Height: 
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Ja Morant
Class: 2024
Uniform Number: #209

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Player Evaluation

Coming July 28-31st of 2022
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Daniel Macgregor

Clearwater, Florida

School: 
Position: Point Guard
Height: 6' 0"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Kevin Durant
Class: 2024
Uniform Number: #210

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Player Evaluation

Macgregor, a 6’0 prospect from Florida and part of the class of 2024, was exceptional throughout the camp and really captured the eyes of many scouts at the event. Macgregor was a play-making guard on the court throughout, showing how he can be score the ball, get downhill and finish, and be tough to defend with his handles and court sense. He was filling it up throughout the camp and showed why he was one of the top players there. Next in his development, continue work on finishing at the rim and moving with the ball more. Coach Wharton said “Hands down was the best player at the camp in my opinion. Continue to stay positive and lead. Continue to take and learn more about being a leader. Finish more consistently at the rim and don’t leave your feet to pass, getting caught in the air and turning the ball over. Great job though this week, the sky is the limit.”

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Jaxon Toniolli

Amarillo, Texas

School: Randall High School
Position: Point Guard
Height: 6' 0"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Michael Jordan
Class: 2025
Uniform Number: #211

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Player Evaluation

Toniolli, a 6’0 prospect from Texas and part of the class of 2025, had a good overall camp and was really able to show how effective he could be on the floor. Coming in, one could see that he had a tremendous IQ and feel for the game, and really gave maximum effort on the court and was that team player. As far as his impact on the court, Toniolli was another terrific shooter with range, as he knocked down shots from behind the three on multiple occasions with ease and was strong in catch and shoot situations. But he also gave glimpses of his ability to penetrate the defense, have good handles to his game, and his ability to cause havoc with his on-ball defense. Next in his development, Toniolli can continue to improve with his use of his off hand, as well as his passing and overall defensive impact. Coach Wilson said “Toniolli was competitive throughout and had a high IQ for the game. He also showed good handles with the ball in his hands, getting low and driving. Areas that I would like to see him improve in is his communication with his teammates and his defensive awareness on the court.”

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Anatta Chankhunthod

Saratoga, California

School: 
Position: Point Guard
Height: 5' 10"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Stephen Curry
Class: 2025
Uniform Number: #212

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Player Evaluation

Chankhuthood, a 5’10 prospect from California and part of the class of 2026, is an interesting power forward on the court and really plays with an unselfish attitude; had no issues in making the right decisions, finding his teammates, and being a team-first player. He also did a lot of the little things for his team which included his defensive presence, moving without the ball and creating opportunities, attacking the glass and doing the dirty work, and playing with maximum effort. Next in his development is to continue to make progress in his offensive game and making strides to being an effective scorer in ways. Coach Allen said “It was a joy coaching you. I enjoyed your selflessness on the court and your ability to rebound the basketball. Made so many tough and hustle plays for our team.”

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Skyler Scull

St Pete, Florida

School: 
Position: Point Guard
Height: 5' 11"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Kyrie Irving
Class: 2023
Uniform Number: #213

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Player Evaluation

Scull, a 5’11 prospect from Florida and part of the class of 2023, was a solid player throughout the camp and was able to excel in certain areas and situations on the floor. When it comes to his strengths, he did a great job in being able to penetrate and either get to the basket or find open teammates on the court, really using his quick feet and handles to his advantage. Scull used that same quickness in getting into his opponents defensively as well. Was able to make plays with the ball in his hands. Next in his development, he can continue to work on his shot creating and range. Coach Hankins said “Skylar is a solid player with great potential. Always looks to set up his man for success. He is so fun to watch with his teammates. Has a great finishing package and just can’t be held downhill. Work on your floaters and pull-ups.”

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Bo Foreman

Lewiston, Idaho

School: Jennifer Jr High
Position: Shooting Guard
Height: 
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Ja Morant
Class: 2026
Uniform Number: #214

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