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Teyjaun Carter

Sacramento, California

School: Smedburg Middle School
Position: Point Guard
Height: 5' 3"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: De'Aaron Fox
Class: 2026
Uniform Number: #1

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Player Evaluation

Carter, a 5’3 prospect from the state of California and part of the Class of 2026, was a point guard for the team that was able to make plays and knock down shots when available. When talking about Carter’s game, he was able to showcase his ability to make his presence felt with his range on his shot, knocking down threes at times but also being able to create off the dribble and finish around the basket. At 5’3 and as a point guard, he used his quickness to his advantage on the court. Next in his development, Carter will need to continue to work on his overall offensive game, continuing to improve his shot and release, and making his presence felt on both sides of the court.

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Tajon (TJ) Spann

Frisco, Texas

School: Staley Middle School
Position: Point Guard
Height: 5' 6"
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: Sharife Cooper
Class:2026
Uniform Number: #2

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Player Evaluation

Spann, a 5’6 prospect from Texas and part of the class of 2026, brought a great attitude to the cam and was very coachable. He was a guard that was able to shine in finding his spots and spreading the defense out but also able to mix it up and attack to get paint touches to finish. Multi-level scorer at times but with a great IQ and feel with the ball in his hands. Played with his head up and saw the floor really well.  Next in his development, Spann can continue to work on his off ball defense and his back to the basket moves. Coach Brigham said “Maintain your positive attitude, you are on the right track. Court awareness, knowing when to take control of the offense, be more vocal and be a floor general with confidence in making the tough decisions.  You have great dribbling skills but you must finish at the rim through contact more.”

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Aidan Taber

Los Gatos, California

School: Hillbrook School
Position: Shooting Guard
Height: 5' 10"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Stephen Curry
Class: 2026
Uniform Number: #3

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Player Evaluation

Tader, a 5’10 prospect from California and part of the class of 2026, has a chance to be a very good player as he continues to develop and showed why at the camp throughout each day. He was strong in several areas of his game, which included his perimeter and 3-point shooting, his ability to find open spots on the floor, his confident and fluid shot, his ability to make the right reads and find his teammates, and his transition defense. Next in his development though, Tader can continue to improve his back to the basket moves and his ability to finish and get to the basket. Coach Ravenscroft said “you have the opportunity to be a very good player. Continue to develop your overall game. Work on developing your shot off the dribble and don’t settle for catch and shoot only.  Play with more aggression and confidence, and continue to put in the work defensively.”

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Carl Holmes

Oakland, California

School:
Position: Point Guard
Height:
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: Ja Morant
Class: 2026
Uniform Number: #4

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Player Evaluation

Coming July 28-31st of 2022
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Jevon Richards

Oshawa, Ontario Canada

School: Notre Catholic School
Position: Shooting Guard
Height: 5' 9"
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: Stephen Curry
Class: 2026
Uniform Number: #6

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Player Evaluation

Richards, a 5’9 prospect from Canada and part of the class of 2026, was able to open eyes with his game and was a solid guard throughout the camp. Richards had a nice feel and was able to make plays, knock down shots, and be an impact on the floor as a guard, whether finding others or creating for himself. There are still areas that he can continue to get better in to become an even better player and really elevate his play. Coach Shelly said “At your size and skill level, continue to work to become elite. Work on creating space. Work on pick and roll situations. Study the development of the game and become an elite ball handler on the court.”

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Dillen Webbe

St. Thomas, Virgin Islands

School: Antilles School
Position: Point Guard
Height: 5' 8"
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: Kobe Bryant
Class: 2026
Uniform Number: #7

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Player Evaluation

Webbe, a 5’8 prospect from St. Thomas and part of the class of 2026, came in with a great attitude and feel for the game, but also was extremely coachable and eager to learn. He was able to excel in areas that consisted of his ability to score inside the arc, shoot off the dribble, create and use his off hand, and was an absolute pest on the defensive end in all aspects; very good defensive mentality. Next in his development, he can continue to work on his handles and his release, as well as expanding his shot. Coach Crenshaw said “Dillen was a pleasure to coach. He hustles every play, he plays tremendous defense and rebounds well. He has a great attitude as well. He needs to continue to work on his form and release on his shot. Also work on driving more to the basket with his athleticism.”

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Arthur Yi

San Diego, California

School: Bernardo Heights Middle School
Position: Point Guard
Height: 5' 0"
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: Michael Jordan
Class: 2026
Uniform Number: #8

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Player Evaluation

Yi, who is a 4’10 prospect form the state of California and is part of the class of 2026, was an absolute pleasure to watch and coach on the floor according to his coach. He really showcased an attitude and willingness that was refreshing for a coach and could continue to be key for him down the road. On the court, Yi was strong in areas that involved showing off his vision and court sense, as well as his ability to handle the ball, get his teammates involved, and really use his quickness and footwork to his advantage as a guard.  Next in his development, he will need to continue to get stronger and continue to develop his shot from multiple levels as well as his ability to finish.  Coach Ravenscroft said “It was a pleasure coaching you at the camp.  You have a great attitude and understanding of the game. Continue to develop your strength. Develop a mid-range game where you can shoot off the dribble more. Try and use your quickness and passing skills to penetrate and maintain your dribble to create chaos offensively and create for others.”

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Gavin Ortegon

Syracuse, Utah

School: Syracuse Junior high
Position: Point Guard
Height: 5' 3"
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: Kyrie Irving
Class: 2026
Uniform Number: #10

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Player Evaluation

Ortegon, a 5’3 prospect from Utah and part of the class of 2026, was a smaller guard on the team but really was able to make his presence felt in an array of ways. Ortegon was able to really capitalize on his ability to get to his spots and knock down shots, opening up the defense with his perimeter shooting.  Very good release time and mechanics to his shot.  But he was also comfortable in handling the basketball and making plays, seeing the floor, and getting everyone involved as well as be a solid presence defensively. Next in his development, Ortegon can continue to work on his off hand and his back to the basket, as well as getting better with his on-ball defense. Coach Brigham said “You need to have the biggest voice on the floor at your position. Be more vocal on offense, enhance your court awareness as well. Create a floater and finishing through contact as well. Also continue to work on your quickness and speed as a guard.”

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Zaire King

Antioch, California

School: Cristo Rey De La Salle
Position: Shooting Guard
Height: 6' 1"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Kevin Durant
Class: 2025
Uniform Number: #11

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Player Evaluation

King, a 6’1 prospect from California and part of the class of 2025, was a very coachable player that gave it his all on the court every time he played. King did a great job in showing his work ethic and his motor and was able to shine more with his jumper and shot-making from outside, as well as being a willing passer or moving without the ball. He has a great attitude for the game and should only be able to build off his skill set. Next in his development, King can continue to work on his transition defense, his willingness to rebound, and his back to the basket moves. Coach Harmon said “Very coachable. Continue to improve on shot mechanics. Need to attack and penetrate more often. Have a tendency to settle for your jumper. A willing passer but could improve court vision.  Plays with great effort on both ends. Has to improve boxing out his position and transition defense.”

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Obieze O'Suoji

Lubbock, Texas

School: Laura Bush Middle School 
Position: Shooting Guard
Height: 5' 6"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Kawhi Leonard
Class: 2026
Uniform Number: #12

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Player Evaluation

O’Suoji, a 5’6 prospect from the state of Texas and part of the Class of 2026, was a young prospect that made his impact felt in a variety of ways and doing some of the dirty work for his team. At 5’6, O’Suoji was incredibly strong in attacking the boards on both sides at his position; really boxing out and being assertive to go get the ball or atleast giving his team extra possessions. He was above average as well defense, whether it was on or off the ball and in transition; he played with a great motor and competed. Next in his development, O’Suoji can continue to work on his offensive arsenal, scoring and finishing stronger, and expanding his ability to score in a variety of ways. Coach Miller said “O’Souji was a great rebounder for his size. He needs to continue to work on his footwork but he has the ability to be a lockdown defender. Continue to work on his ball-handling because at his size, he is a point guard. His hustle and toughness though was off the charts.”

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Valentino Burnias

Fresno, California

School: Justin Garza High School
Position: Point Guard
Height: 5' 9"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Devin Booker
Class: 2024
Uniform Number: #13

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Player Evaluation

Burnias, a 5’9 prospect from California and part of the class of 2024, is a player that improved as eacy day went by and was a solid contributor to his team in a variety of ways. Burnias was able to make his impact felt with his quickness, his ability to create with his back to the basket, showing good handles, and work hard on the defensive end. Next in his development, Burnias can continue to work on his shot and range, as well as working on his speed and finishing ability. Coach Velez said “Tino improving each and every game as a contributor. Needs to play at a faster pace. Move without the ball and be ready to play and get stronger. Needs to adapt to playing without the ball and moving without it, as well as study film.  Keep working hard and getting better. It was a pleasure to be your coach this weekend.”

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Orion Patten

Farr West, Utah

School: Wahlquist Junior High 
Position: Point Guard
Height: 5' 6"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Kyrie Irving
Class: 2025
Uniform Number: #14

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Player Evaluation

Patten, a 5’6 prospect from Utah and part of the class of 2025, is a player that coaches love to have on their team. He listened well, was extremely coachable, did what was needed for his team, and was strong in areas with his ability to knock down open shots. Patten was strong in showing his range and thrived in catch and shoot situations, getting to the open spot and making the defense. But he was also an above average two-way player on the court, always moving without the ball, showing his court sense, and making the right reads. Next in his development, Patten can continue to work on his shot-making from multiple levels as well as his ability to finish stronger. Coach Wilson said “Wilson was a great listener, had a high IQ for the game, and was very coachable all throughout the weekend. The areas I would like to see him improve in are his point guard instincts, being more vocal, and more commanding on the court. Also, continue to work on his defense and taking charges.”

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Micah Smith

Murrieta, California

School: Murrieta Valley High School
Position: Point Guard
Height: 5' 3"
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: Lebron James
Class: 2026
Uniform Number: #15

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Player Evaluation

Smith, who is a 5’3 prospect from California and part of the class of 2026, was able to show his ability to handle pressure really well as a point guard and has the ability to create scoring opportunities for himself. He was strong in showing his craftiness and ability to score off the dribble, finishing well over or around defenders, but also had range to his game to step out and be a threat. Smith was strong when the ball was in his hands and just has those natural scoring instincts on the court. Next in his development is continuing to work on his passing skills as well as getting more on the boards. Coach Allen said “You handled pressure really well with the dribble and you can score the basketball well. You are a great teammate but one thing I will say is to look to pass the ball ahead early and in transition. It was great coaching you.”

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Timothy Hemingway

Loris, South Carolina

School: Loris High School
Position: Shooting Guard
Height: 5' 9"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Kobe Bryant
Class: 2025
Uniform Number: #16

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Player Evaluation

Hemingway, a 5’9 prospect from South Carolina and part of the class of 2025, was that energy-type player that every team needs.  He was all over the floor and did what was needed for his team to find success.  As far as his strengths, he excelled with his mechanics of his shot, his use of his off hand and creating well, his ability to get inside the defense and create, his transition defense, and his quickness on the court. Next in his development, he can continue to improve on his back to the basket moves, his shooting off the dribble, and his footwork. Coach Tyler said “Great energy player. Works extremely hard on both ends of the floor. Can shoot it a bit and can also get to the rim. Very coachable. Needs to work on rebounding and his off ball defense, playing in the gaps.”

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Taylor Pendleton

Cordova, Tenneessee

School: Lausanne Collegiate School
Position: Small Forward
Height: 5' 10"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Marc Walker
Class: 2025
Uniform Number: #17

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Player Evaluation

Pendleton, a 5’10 prospect from Tennessee and part of the class of 2025, had a great attitude the entire camp and the desire to learn; very coachable. As far as strengths in his game, he excelled in areas that included his defensive impact on the ball, being solid with his quickness and footwork, as well as doing the extra little things as well. When he was able to score, it was mostly inside the arc and had a solid release to his game. Next in his development, Pendleton can continue to work on his use of his of hand, being able to penetrate and get inside the defense, his handles, and his vision. Coach Harmon said “ball handling with off hand could use improvement. Plays extremely hard defensively. Must learn to play through mistakes. Continue to improve your shot mechanics. Very coachable with a great attitude for the game.”

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Leonel Tapia

Reedley, California

School: Rio Vista Middle School
Position: Point Guard
Height: 5' 11"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Damian Lillard
Class: 2026
Uniform Number: #18

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Player Evaluation

Tapia, a 5’11 prospect from California and part of the class of 2026, was all over the place and really made his presence felt in so many ways. He was extremely active on the court and was able to shine in a variety of ways, which included his shot-making ability with tremendous range. But he was impressive with how balanced he played offensively and his impact on the defensive end as well. Next in his development, Tapia can continue to work on rebounding more for his size, his ability to move without the ball, and his back to the basket moves. Coach Lofton said “Great hustle all weekend long! Continue to work on your improvements that we spoke about, and you are going to be a start player in high school if you continue to work on those things. Best of luck next year and great weekend with you.”

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Andrew Wilson

Cincinnati, Ohio

School: McNicholas High School
Position: Shooting Guard
Height: 6' 1"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Michael Jordan
Class: 2025
Uniform Number: #19

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Player Evaluation

Wilson, a 6’1 prospect from Ohio and part of the class of 2025, is a player that made his presence felt in several areas of the game, both on and off the court. On the court, he really was able to display his confidence in stepping out and be a threat from the perimeter, especially in catch and shoot situations. He also has a very good looking shot with good mechanics. There are still levels he could add with his shot but Wilson was strong in knocking down shots for his team, while also playing off the ball defense. Next in his development, he can continue to work on his ball-handling, his quickness, and his ability to make others better around him. Coach Wilson said “Wilson really displayed a good release on his shot. He also listened very well and did what was needed, playing with a great attitude. Really liked how he competed throughout. The areas that he needs to continue to work on is having his head up when he is dribbling, getting others involved, and getting strong in off-the-ball defense.”

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Niklaus Pina

Hobbs, New Mexico

School: Hobbs Highschool
Position: Small Forward
Height: 6' 0"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: James Harden
Class: 2025
Uniform Number: #20

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Player Evaluation

Pina, a 6’0 prospect from New Mexico and part of the class of 2025, played well throughout the camp and was really able to shine with what he could provide on the court. He was able to be a strong ball-handler, read the floor and defense, make plays in the open floor and get downhill, but also pull up. Strong use of his off hand and worked hard on the defensive end. Next in his development, Pina can work on his vison and rebounding, as well as moving more without the ball. Coach Harmon said “Handles the ball well with either hand. Attacks the basket and penetrates well. Can improve on finishing though in traffic as well stopping the ball in transition defensively. Applied what we learned in drills to the game; very coachable. Improve on moving more without the ball on offense as well.

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Connor Malina

Cuero, Texas

School: Cuero Junior High School
Position: Shooting Guard
Height: 5' 11"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Russell Westbrook
Class: 2026
Uniform Number: #21

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Player Evaluation

Malina, a 5’11 prospect from Texas and part of the class of 2026, is a very coachable and respectful young man and really made some strong progress with his game throughout the camp. As far as his strengths goes, he excelled with his back to the basket moves, creating well and finding ways to make plays, as well as finishing around the basket, making good passes, and creating opportunities off the boards. Next in his development, he can continue to work on his footwork, his vision, and his handles. Coach Crenshaw said “Connor is very coachable. I know he is new to basketball but his progress was amazing. Continue to work on your footwork, down low and away from the basket. Also work on shooting and getting up shots to improve your shooting ability. He has a high ceiling if he keeps working.”

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Joaquin Torrez

Tulare, California

School: Mission Oak High School
Position: Point Guard
Height: 5' 0"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Steph Curry & Kyrie Irving
Class: 2026
Uniform Number: #22

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Player Evaluation

Torrez, a 5’0 prospect form California and part of the class of 2026, was a player that was able to showcase his toughness. The coaches loved his attitude, his willingness to learn, his effort, and team mentality on the court. As far as his game, the point guard was really able to shine with his mechanics on his shot, showing a natural feel but also make plays with his ball handling, display solid footwork on both ends, and really move his feet and shine on defense. Next in his development, Torrez can continue to work on his ability to penetrate and make plays off the dribble, his back to the basket moves, and his ability to make his impact felt on the boards. Coach Allen said “Believe in yourself and play with confidence in your game. You are a great kid. When something goes wrong, play through it. It was a pleasure to coach you.”

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Bryan Acosta

Hobbs, New Mexico

School: 
Position: Small Forward
Height: 
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: LeBron James
Class: 2024
Uniform Number: #23

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Player Evaluation

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Tariq Lofton

El Dorado Hills, California

School: Folsom High School
Position: Point Guard
Height: 5' 2"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Michael Jordan
Class: 2026
Uniform Number: #24

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Player Evaluation

Lofton, a 5’2" prospect from California and part of the Class of 2026, is one that really contributed to his team in a variety of ways. He was stronger in areas than others and used that to his advantage. As a guard, he was strong with the ball in his hands, displaying good handles and ability to make plays off the dribble and find teammates. He also was strong with his shot-making, mixing it up, showing his jumper off the dribble, and having a good release on his shot. Next in his development, he will need to continue to work on his off hand, as well as being able to penetrate and rebound for his position. Coach Mills said “Tariq is a player that contributed quite well; he shot the ball at a high clip from the perimeter. He already understands how to create for himself or others and also operates very well without the ball. He knows how to play without the ball in his hands. He understands how to capitalize on scoring opportunities within the flow of the game.”

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Zachary Czerlinsky

Pflugerville, Texas

School: Brentwood Christian School
Position: Shooting Guard
Height: 5' 9"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Luka Doncic
Class: 2026
Uniform Number: #25

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Player Evaluation

Czerlinksy, a 5’9 prospect form the state of Texas and part of the class of 2026, is a forward that really excelled in a variety of areas, and it will be interesting to see what areas he continues to improve in. But his overall feel for the game was impressive, showing his understanding on how to be an effective player all throughout the game. His biggest strengths as a player were his ability to penetrate and make plays, finish through contact, his confident shot and release on the court, and moving without the ball. Next in his development is to continue to work on the small areas of his game to further his development and feel for the game. Coach Allen said “You are a great teammate and kid. Believe in your ability to shoot the basketball and don’t turn down open shots. I had a great time coaching you.”

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Nazari Takahasi

Yokohama, Japan

School: Tachibana Gakuen High School
Position: Point Guard
Height: 5' 9"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Ja Morant
Class: 2024
Uniform Number: #27

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Player Evaluation

Takahashi, a 5’9 prospect from Japan and part of the class of 2024, was able to really showcase his skillset and understanding of the game, as well as his IQ and feel. There were areas of his game that stood out more including his shot-making ability inside the arc, as well as his quickness, his court awareness and vision, and his ball-handling.  Next in his development, Takahashi can continue to improve his range on his three point shot and his back to the basket, as well as moving without the ball more. Coach Wharton said “Great work this weekend. You are a very skillful guard with lots of potential. But you can elevate yourself to the next level with improvements in your shot and defense. At your size, you have to be more aggressive on the defensive end. Develop your strength and play up defensively, challenge yourself.”

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Marques Romeo

Richmond Hill, Canada

School: Inspire Academy
Position: Small Forward
Height: 6' 3"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Kevin Durant
Class: 2025
Uniform Number: #28

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Player Evaluation

Romeo, a 6’3 prospect from Richmond Hill and part of the class of 2025, was really able to flash with his inside-out game at his size. He was able to showcase he could be strong inside and make his presence felt on the boards, but also able to finish through contact and be effective inside the arc. There is still room to grow but he has a great attitude for the game and was also impressive with his ball-handling for his size and his court awareness. Next in his development, Romeo can continue to work on his defensive impact, his footwork, and focusing on playing with his back to the basket more. Coach Kidd said “You are a solid player with a good inside-out game. You need to really focus on your post move and your back to the basket game and not hang out along the perimeter as much. You also can continue to work on your defensive presence.”

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Maxim Brin

Los Gatos, California

School: Los Gatos High School
Position: Point Guard
Height: 5' 5"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Stephen Curry
Class: 2024
Uniform Number: #29

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Player Evaluation

Brin, a 5’5 prospect from California and part of the class of 2024, is a tough guard with a tremendous IQ and feel for the game. He was a willing learner of the game and was at his best when he was in catch and shoot situations inside the arc. Brin has a good release that is quick and can also do things off the dribble. His ability to penetrate and get inside or out in transition was his strong suite, finishing well around defenders. Next in his development, he can continue to work on his off-ball defense and moving more without the ball, as well as his range on his shot. Coach Hankins said “He is a great player with a great IQ. I wish that I would have had to opportunity to facilitate more and set up his teammates up for success. Overall, solid showing but just remember to maintain composure on the court.”

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Jose Galvan

Escondido, California

School: Quantum Academy
Position: Point Guard
Height: 5' 4"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: LeBron James
Class: Point Guard
Uniform Number: #30

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Player Evaluation

Galvan, a 5’4 prospect from California and part of the class of 2026, was one tough guard, both mentally and physically. Though one of the smaller guards on the team, he never backed down and was an absolute competitor on the court. As far as strengths in his game, he performed well in knocking down shots and with his mechanics on his shot, showing a smooth confident shot. But was also absolutely terrific on the defensive end in every aspect of the game. Quick feet, moved his feet well, and also made strong passes to his teammates. Next in his development, he can continue to work on his back to the basket moves and his ability to penetrate and finish. Coach Crenshaw said “Size does not define Jose. The kid has a ton of heart and his will to win on the court is unmatched. He is a great defender with relentless pressure. Has to improve on his spacing off the dribble and getting to the basket. Continue to be a lockdown defender.”

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Jake Mangio

North Massapequa, New York

School: Framingdale High School
Position: Point Guard
Height: 5' 8"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Michael Jordan
Class: 2025
Uniform Number: #31

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Player Evaluation

Mangio, who is a 5’8 prospect from New York and part of the class of 2025, was the ultimate team player, really being unselfish on the court, making the right decisions, and making plays for his teammates.  He has a great attitude for the game and for his team, while giving maximum effort on the court.  Outside his effort on the floor, Mangio shot the ball well inside the arc, displayed good mechanics, and finished well.  He also provided that effort on the ball defensively and on the boards. Next in his development, Mangio should continue to work on his ball-handling and continue to work on his off the ball/ transition defense. Coach OJ Matthews said “Jake was too unselfish at times and needs to embrace/trust his basketball skills. Overall, he performed very well in every game and was a pleasure to coach throughout the camp.”

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Paris Clay

Sacramento, California

School: Rosemont High School
Position: Shooting Guard
Height: 6' 1"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Jordan Clarkson
Class: 2025
Uniform Number: #32

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Player Evaluation

Clay, a 6’1 prospect from California and part of the class of 2025, is a combo guard that was really able to show and open eyes about his game and how he can be productive on the court. He was strong on the offensive end, being able to score and mix it up, showing good range on his shot and from multiple levels. He did so with a good release but could improve in his ability to score with his back to the basket and the use of his off hand. Solid overall with his handles, finding teammates, and defense overall. Rebounded well at his position but continue to move without the ball and create opportunities.

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Abdirahman Ali

Edmonton, Alberta (Canada)

School: Strathcona
Position: Point Guard
Height: 5' 10"
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: Muhammad Ali
Class: 2023
Uniform Number: #33

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Player Evaluation

Ali, a 5’10 prospect from Edmonton and part of the class of 2023, had a good overall showing and was able to step up for his team with big plays in big moments. He was the best defensive player on the team, really getting into his opponents and creating havoc; it was his strongest factor in his game. But he also had great range, played well and spaced the floor, and had a confident release from behind the arc. Solid ball-handler and was able to show flashes of his playmaking ability and putting it on the deck. Next in his development, Ali can continue to work on his shot inside the arc and shooting more off the dribble. Coach Hankins said “The best player defensively for me. Hit clutch shots from behind the arc for his team consistently. Great attitude and a great teammate. Great ambition as a player as well.”

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Jamari Alexander

Nolanville, Texas

School: Harker Heights High School
Position: Shooting Guard
Height: 5' 11"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Trae Young
Class: 2024
Uniform Number: #34

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Player Evaluation

Alexander, a 5’11 prospect from Texas and part of the class of 2024, had a good showing at the camp and opened some eyes with his impact on the court. As far as where his strengths lie, he was able to display a confident ability to knock down shots from an array of levels with good mechanics. Alexander was strong at handling the ball and finding his teammates to set them up well, as well as just see the court as a leader on the floor. Next in his development is to continue to work on his defensive presence and rebounding more at his position. Coach Shelly said “Talk more on defense and be more of a leader. Also, don’t get frustrated when things get a crazy on the court, just focus and make the next play. Continue to work on the small parts of your game but overall, you had a very good weekend at the camp.”

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Jordan Dean

Greenwood, Missouri

School: Summit Lakes Middle School
Position: Point Guard
Height: 5' 8"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Russell Westbrook
Class: 2026
Uniform Number: #35

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Player Evaluation

Dean, who is a 5’7 prospect from the state of Missouri and is part of the class of 2026, captured the eyes of many during his time at the camp and if he continues to work hard, he could be one to watch down the road.  Dean was strong in many areas, really showing a nice understanding of the game at his age. He was able to create well, penetrate the defense and make plays, finish well around the basket, get in the paint consistently, but also knock down shots with range and in catch and shoot situations. He was also strong with his ability to accept criticism and really showed his basketball IQ on the court.  Next in his development, he will need to continue to improve with his mid-range game and making his presence felt even more on the defensive end. Coach Ravenscroft said “You have the ability and skills to be a college basketball player. You excel at ball-handling, finishing at the rim, and passing/court vision while knocking down shots from three.  You need to work on your mid-range game, off-ball defense, and shooting off the dribble more. Teammates look to you to control the tempo and direction of the game.”

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D'Amare Hood

Muncie, Indiana

School: Delta High School
Position: Shooting Guard
Height: 6' 3"
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: Michael Jordan
Class: 2024
Uniform Number: #36

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Player Evaluation

Hood, a 6’3 prospect from Indiana and part of the class of 2024, was a very good athletic prospect on the court all weekend long. Really was able to showcase his ability to make plays and putting the pressure on the defense. He was at his best when he was penetrating and finishing around the basket, but also has upside to his game if he continues to work on his overall offensive game. Hood also excelled in areas such as quickness, his use of his off hand, and his effort on the court.  Next in his development, Hood can continue to work on his off-ball defense, his ability to move without the ball, and his back to the basket moves. Coach Watts said “Hood was a very good athlete. He needs to understand how to use what he has in his game. Stay mentally engaged and continue to work on being a bigger impact on the court. Very good upside to his game if he can put it all together.”

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Jaemon Palacios-Stephens

Amarillo, Texas

School: Tascosa High School
Position: Point Guard
Height: 5' 5"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: LeBron James
Class: 2025
Uniform Number: #38

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Player Evaluation

Stephens, a 5’5 prospect from Texas and part of the class of 2025, just has that natural point guard feel for his game; he is one you just want to have the ball in his hands and understands how to be effective in creating, making plays, and showing his IQ/feel for the game. One of his strong suits was his ability to use his off hand, as well as being an ultimate facilitator in finding his teammates on the court. Stephens had a fluid shot and release, but also was effective on the defensive end. Next in his development, Stephens can continue to improve on his rebounding for his position but also his back to the basket moves. Coach King said “I love that you are a point guard but sometimes you have to take the shots that the defense gives you and not think twice about it because that will make the defense honor your scoring capability. College coaches love when guards do both; it gives you an edge on the court.”

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Savaran "Savi" Garcia

Lorenzo, Texas

School: Lorenzo High School
Position: Point Guard
Height: 5' 7"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Stephen Curry
Class: 2026
Uniform Number: #39

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Player Evaluation

Garcia, who is a 5’7 prospect from the state of Texas and is part of the class of 2026, has a really good overall camp and was one of the more consistent players for his team throughout. He was really able to shine in several areas of the floor, showing how he can be a playmaker on the floor, find ways to score from multiple levels or get his teammates involved as well. Garcia was really able to display a balanced attack throughout, being strong in areas with his range, his shot and release, his ability to penetrate, his quickness on the floor, and his ability to make the right pass. Next in his development, he will need to contieu to work on his on-ball defense and attacking more on the glass.  Coach Ravenscroft said “You have ae great overall game. Use your playmaking ability more to become a more aggressive player and create more opportunities for yourself and for your teammates. Use your quickness to improve your on-ball defense and become a more aggressive defender. Work on your mid-range game to improve your finishing ability from 10-15 feet. I look forward to seeing your career continue to develop."

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Clayton Mosburg

San Antonio, Texas

School: Sayre High School
Position: Small Forward
Height: 
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Jalen Green
Class: 2023
Uniform Number: #40

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Weston Maddox

El Paso, Texas

School: Home School
Position: Shooting Guard
Height: 5' 11'
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: James Harden
Class: 2024
Uniform Number: #41

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Player Evaluation

Maddox, a 5’11 prospect from Texas and part of the class of 2024, had a good overall showing at the camp and was able to not only learn but showcase what he could provide as a guard. Maddox was able to excel as a spot-up shooter, getting to his spots and displaying his confidence when in rhythm. He had good mechanics to his game, good footwork, and was able to be a contributor all over the court outside his shot-making. Next in his development, Maddox can continue to work on his ability to get downhill and creating off the dribble more. Coach Velez said “Continue to be more than a spot-up shooter. Get to the weight room consistently and get stronger so you can be more physical. Moving more without the ball and be more aggressive to the basket to finish at the rim. Each and every game, he contributed to help his team.”

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Carter Erickson

Newcastle, California

School: Del Oro High School
Position: Shooting Guard
Height: 6' 1"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Stephen Curry
Class: 2024
Uniform Number: #42

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Player Evaluation

Erickson, a 6’1 prospect from California and part of the class of 2024, has good natural instincts on the court as a guard and really was able to shine in certain situations but could be even better the more he develops his game.  He was strong in his ability to find his open teammates and make the right decision/pass but also could find his shot and score from multiple levels. Played with a team-mentality and was quick with the ball in his hands. Next in his development, Erickson can continue to make strides in making an impact without the ball in his hands and always moving, as well as using his off hand more. Coach Watts said “He has a chance to be a good player but must continue to be assertive. Needs to become vocal on both sides of the floor and continue to improve his ability to get where he wants to go on the floor with his ball-handling.”

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Jayden Lang

Coral Springs, Florida

School: Pine Crest
Position: Point Guard
Height: 5' 9"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Allen Iverson
Class: 2024
Uniform Number: #43

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Player Evaluation

Lang, a 5’9 prospect from Florida and part of the class of 2024, played tough and competed throughout the camp, showing that he can impact the game in a variety of ways. As far as his strengths, he was strong in getting downhill and being physical, finishing well, moving without the ball in his hands, solid range on his shot, and was able to make plays defensively. He can continue to improve in his handles, his passing, and transition defense. Coach Boone said “Can make plays in transition and get his teammates involved well. Showed flashes of his ability to be a quality passer. Can slash in the paint and score with his floater. With more offensive and defensive film sessions, he should be able to improve even more overall with his game. Understands the game well though.”

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Jamie Archelle

Richmond, Texas

School: Foster High School
Position: Shooting Guard
Height: 6' 0"
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: Russell Westbrook
Class: 2023
Uniform Number: #44

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Player Evaluation

Archelle, a 6’0 prospect from Texas and part of the class of 2023, brings the feel of an experienced player at his age and was able to play unselfish basketball and be that team player, but also capitalize on opportunities to be a threat offensively.As far as his strength, he showed a good mid-range game with good mechanics but could continue to expand his range. He showed his strength when he was able to penetrate and finish, displaying strong handles, footwork, and vision on the court Next in his development, Archelle can continue to work on his aggressiveness and continue to strengthen the little areas of his game; fine tune them. Coach Velez said “Jamie gave me all that I asked but he could have been even better with more consistent energy. He was a pleasure to coach and happy to have. Stay aggressive, active, and continue to listen and apply what you learned this weekend. Sky is the limit for you.”

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Sirod Winters

Oakland, California

School: Cristo Rey De La Salle
Position: Point Guard
Height: 5' 11"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Russell Westbrook
Class: 2023
Uniform Number: #45

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Player Evaluation

Winters, a 5’11 prospect from California and part of the class of 2023, had a solid showing at the camp and can use this platform to improve and prepare him for this upcoming season. As far as his strengths, he excelled in scoring more inside the arc and creating, finishing well with touch and around defenders. A playmaking guard with the ball in his hands that had a quick step and created well with the ball in his hands. Next in his development, he can continue to work on his back to the basket moves and moving more without the ball, as well as his passing. Coach Boone said “He was nearly unstoppable in getting to the rim and had a smooth game and jumper. Super explosive with a ton of bounce. He can break defenses without hesitation. He puts on a show when he competes. Continue to improve your decision making.”

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Isaiah Short

Houston, Texas

School: Cyfall High School
Position: Point Guard
Height: 5' 9"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Basketball
Class: 2025
Uniform Number: #46

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Player Evaluation

Short, a 5’9 prospect from Texas and part of the class of 2025, is a very strong and athletic guard that really excelled in getting out in the open floor and making strong play after strong play. He was really able to showcase his ability to get downhill and finish through contact and around the basket, but also was capable of knocking down shots more inside the arc with a confident release and motion. But he was strong as a two-way player and one that did all the little things on the court as well such as rebounding, defending, and his versatility. Next in his development, Short can continue to work on his back to the basket moves and his three-point shot. Coach King said “Isaiah is a very strong, athletic prospect.  But he will need to continue work on his catch and shoot, as well as your shot selection. Just play at your pace and don’t let anyone speed you up; if they do, then they got you and you don’t want that.”

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Carmelo Martinez

San Antonio, Texas

School: Data at Roosevelt
Position: Point Guard
Height: 6' 0"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Stephen Curry
Class: 2025
Uniform Number: #47

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Player Evaluation

Martinez, a 6’0 prospect from Texas and part of the class of 2025, had a solid showing and was quite coachable all throughout the weekend. Martinez is one that can continue to work on his game but was able to shine in situations that involved his ability to knock down shots off the dribble and inside the arc, his ability to create and find his teammates well, his decision-making, and his court awareness/vision.  Next in his development, Martinez can continue to work on moving more without the ball and his back to the basket moves. Coach Vasquez said “You have a very good IQ and feel in the paint to set up your teammates for baskets. One thing I’d like to see from you to help you at the next level is being more vocal offensively and defensively. At the next level, you must be the most talkative guy on the court. Also, continue to learn how to get your defender to turn his angle by turning your body different.”

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Gabriel Campbell

Rather Glen, Virginia

School: Caroline High School
Position: Shooting Guard
Height: 6' 4"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Giannis Antetokounmpo
Class: 2023
Uniform Number: #48

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Player Evaluation

Campbell, a 6’4 prospect from Virginia and part of the class of 2023, was strong in what he was able to provide on the court. He competed extremely well, playing hard on both ends and showing a strong motor. He was also able to make his presence felt on both ends, doing a little bit of everything, showing a good offensive arsenal, and did what was needed on the defensive end. Next in his development, he can continue to improve moving without the ball and his passing skills. Coach Betts said “Can do a little bit of everything on the court; also a great athlete and can guard multiple positions on the floor. A willing passer. Could become a more consistent shooter.”

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Clayton Hemingway

Loris, South Carolina

School: Loris High School
Position: Power Forward
Height: 6' 5"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Michael Jordan
Class: 2025
Uniform Number: #49

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Player Evaluation

Hemingway, who is a 6’5 prospect from South Carolina and is part of the class of 2025, is one that you may want to take notice of more as he really showcased his game and potential.  Hemingway impressed with his presence on the defensive end, really making a strong impact both on and off the ball, in transition defense, and using his size on the boards.  Offensively, he is a player that should only continue to blossom with more work and development, but he did showcase a solid shot inside the arc as well as in catch and shoot situations; he also excelled in finishing around the basket.  Next in his development, Hemingway will need to continue to work on expanding his feel overall offensively and consistency. Coach OJ Matthews said “Loads of potential. Hemingway should continue to work on his game every day and if he does, he can surpass many of the campers that were here.  He has a chance to be an All-Star if he decides to come back next year to the camp.”

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Luke Mills

Saratoga, California

School: The King's Academy
Position: Point Guard
Height: 5' 9"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Stephen Curry
Class: 2023
Uniform Number: #50

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Player Evaluation

Mills, a 5’9 prospect from California and part of the class of 2023, is a developing guard that was able to showcase flashes in his game and also learn where he can continue to develop. He was a tough player and played with tremendous energy. Not afraid to mix it up, penetrated well, finished strong, and was a tough defender as well as moving well without the ball and looking to create opportunities. Next in his development, he can continue to work on his shooting, his range, and scoring in a variety of ways. Coach Anderson said “Great energy on both ends, understands spacing, very vocal, and plays a lot bigger than his size. Continue to work on your shot release and mechanics, your lateral dribble, and work on guarding as well. Great weekend overall and was a joy to coach.”

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Gavin Milligan

Edmond, Oklahoma

School: Santa Fe High School
Position: Small Forward
Height: 6' 0"
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: Paul George
Class: 2026
Uniform Number: #51

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Player Evaluation

Milligan, a 6’0 prospect from Oklahoma and part of the class of 2026, did a great job in several areas of the court and really showed his work ethic and motor on the court, as well as his ability to impact the game in a variety ways. He really worked hard in rebounding his position, and boxing out, but was also able to score from multiple levels, finish around the basket well as a guard, and bring a scrappy feel to the court. Next in his development, he can continue to improve his footwork and quickness, as well as his handles on the court. Coach Spencer said “You did a great job in rebounding on the court, getting to your spots and also hitting mid-range shots. Continue to develop a consistent 3-point shot, post footwork, and just being more vocal on the court. Could be a long 3-and-D type of player if you can continue to improve.”

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Bora Ibis

Sanata Ana, California

School: Fairmonth High School
Position: Point Guard
Height: 5' 9"
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: Kyrie Irving
Class: 2025
Uniform Number: #52

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Player Evaluation

Ibis, a 5’9 prospect from California and part of the class of 2025, could be labeled a shooter after what he was able to show at the camp. He was confident in his release, excelled in catch and shoot situations, has good mechanics on his shot, and also good range. Really worked well off the ball and showed good court sense in finding the open spots. Next in his development, Ibis can continue to work on adding more to his offensive arsenal and putting the ball on the deck to create. Coach Kidd said “You are a good shooter but continue to add more so that you can bring more the table. Continue to work on moving your feet better defensively as well as working on your ball-handling and attacking the basket more. If you develop that, you will be a really good player.”

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Kenneth Greene

Gastonia, North Carolina

School: Ashbrook High School
Position: Shooting Guard
Height: 6' 2"
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: Lebron James
Class: 2024
Uniform Number: #53

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Player Evaluation

Greene, a 6’2 prospect from North Carolina and part of the class of 2024, has the upside that you like to see in a player and it will be interesting to see what he can do and how he develops in the coming years.  Greene was able to find ways to get his shot, moving well without the ball and creating off the dribble, as well as step out and knock down shots. He can be a versatile defender, especially on the ball and was able to make plays with his footwork, size, and court awareness. Next in his development, he can continue to improve his off-ball defense, moving more without the ball, and use of his off hand. Coach Hankins said “Kenneth is a great player with a very good upside to his game. Continue to work on his ability to finish at the rim and keep working on your back to the basket. Great overall weekend and was a joy to coach.”

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Robert Edgerton

Coram, Montana

School: Stillwater Christian
Position: Shooting Guard
Height: 6' 1"
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: Nicola Jokic
Class: 2023
Uniform Number: #54

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Player Evaluation

Edgerton, a 6’1 prospect from Montana and part of the class of 2023, had a good showing overall as a player but there are still areas where he can continue to improve and make his mark. As far as his strengths, Edgerton was able to excel with his three-point shooting, really showing a strong and fluid release, but he also didn’t settle and was able to penetrate when defenders came out on him. He had a soldi feel offensively overall and made those hustle plays as well. Next in his development, Edgerton can continue to improve moving without the ball more, his vision and his defensive impact on and off the ball, and his back to the basket moves. Coach Betts said “You have to be more aggressive on the offensive end. Moving without the ball to get open or screening to get others open. Was strong with your outside game but continue to add more inside the arc.”

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Diego Lewis

Amarillo, Texas

School: Caprock High School
Position: Point Guard
Height: 6' 0"
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: Trae Young
Class: 2025
Uniform Number: #55

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Player Evaluation

Lewis, a 6’0 prospect from Texas and part of the class of 2025, was a really good playmaker on the court and excelled in having the ball in his hands. Lewis understand what was needed and how to create as a guard. He was able to mix it up offensively with his shot-making ability, his ability to weave through a defense and finish, but also locate and set up his teammates well. True point guard mentality but had a nice balance to his game. Next in his development, he can continue to work on his impact on the defensive end as well as moving without the ball more. Coach Taylor said “really good playmaker. Does a good job of creating for his team. Drives and finishes well. Decent pull-up off the dribble from mid-range and great court vision and passes as well. Needs to work on conditioning and transition defense. Also work on both sides of the ball. You can guard when you want but needs to be every play.”

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Nick Sanford

Phoenix, Arizona

School: Brophy College Prep
Position: Point Guard/ Shooting Guard
Height:
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: Steve Nash
Class: 2024
Uniform Number: #56

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Rahim Glee

Aubrey, Texas

School: Bishop Lynch High School
Position: Shooting Guard
Height: 6' 2"
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: Damien Lillard
Class: 2024
Uniform Number: #57

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Player Evaluation

Glee, a 6’2 prospect from Texas and part of the class of 2024, had a great attitude for the game and really played hard no matter where he was or what he was doing on the court. He had good range on his shot and showed he can be effective from multiple levels. Solid release and mechanics but could get better with his handles and creating more. Strong defense in all areas and moved without the ball well to create opportunities. Next in his development, he can continue to work on his handles and his footwork, along with his shooting off the dribble. Coach Shelly said "Need to work on ball control when entering the lane. Continue to get stronger and work on creating space with the dribble. Also work on post drill moves to improve your footwork.”

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James Watson Jr

Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

School: Myrtle Beach Hghschool
Position: Shooting Guard
Height: 5' 9"
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: LeBron James
Class: 2025
Uniform Number: #58

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Player Evaluation

Watson, a 5’9 prospect from South Carolina and part of the class of 2025, was a strong guard at the camp and really was able to be a leader on the court. He played with tremendous awareness and with a great attitude throughout. Watson was strong in seeing and reading the floor, always looking up and finding his teammates, showing off his strong passing skills to go along with his footwork and vision. He did have moments where he used those handles to get inside the defense and score, showing his confidence more inside the arc. Next in his development, continue to work on his transition defense, getting quicker on the court, and moving without the ball, as well as his outside shot. Coach Wilson said “Watson always played with his head up, looking for his teammates on outlets and making tremendous passes.  He also finished well around the basket; had a low turnover ratio throughout the camp. Areas I would like to see him improve in is his shot-selection and boxing out better.”

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Jordan Williams

Sacramento, California

School: Leroy Greens Academy
Position: Point Guard
Height: 6' 1"
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: LeBron James
Class: 2023
Uniform Number: #59

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Player Evaluation

Williams, a 6’1 prospect from California and part of the class of 2023, had that point guard mentality on the court. He was able to read the floor well, get the ball out in transition, make plays for himself and for others, knock down open shots from multiple levels, and show tremendous quickness in the open floor, getting by defenders and making plays off the bounce. Overall, he had a strong feel for the game and played with tremendous effort throughout the camp. Next in his development, he can continue to add more, finish better around the basket, and improve more with he ball in his hands to become an even better point guard.

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Josiah Brillant

East Northport, New York

School: John Glenn High School
Position: Shooting Guard
Height: 6' 2"
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: Odell Beckham & Ja Morant
Class: 2022
Uniform Number: #60

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Player Evaluation

Brillant, a 6’2 prospect from New York and part of the class of 2024, is a confident player and one that was able to make plays, run the floor well, and be a physical presence on the court. He was able to showcase his strengths as a player with his ability to defend, finish off two feet, get downhill, and be an unselfish player on the court. Next in his development, he can continue to work on his catch and shoot, shooting off the dribble, and his handles. Coach Anderson said “Plays bigger than his size, loves to compete, and brings a physical presence as well as being very vocal. Continue to work on you handles, move more in pick and roll situations, and passing off the dribble. Also work on shot mechanics as well.”

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Malcolm Guthrie

Scarborough, Ontario Canada

School: J Addision High School
Position: Shooting Guard
Height: 6' 3"
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: Kevin Durant
Class: 2026
Uniform Number: #61

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Player Evaluation

Guthrie, a 6’3 prospect from Canada and part of the class of 2026, really put on a show and showcased his ability to be a well-round player. He was extremely impressive throughout the entire event, excelling in several areas of his game as a young prospect. He was strong in knocking down shots from an array of levels and ranges, He finished extremely well and was a creator on the court. He also had tremendous vision and court sense, as well as his passing ability and being a playmaker with the ball in his hands. Next in his development, Guthrie can continue to improve his release and work on his shooting mechanics more, as well as his transition defense. Coach Lofton said “You are a well-rounded player. Sink your hips and move your feet on defense.  You will have to defend on the perimeter. You are going to do ell in high school if you work on these next level items. Great work being patient with your teammates and good luck next year.”

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Aidan Chronister

Rogers, Arkansas

School: Rogers High School
Position: Small Forward
Height: 6' 4"
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: Tyler Herro
Class: 2026
Uniform Number: #62

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Player Evaluation

Chronister, a 6’4 prospect from Arizona and part of the class of 2026, had a strong showing and has a chance to be a name you may hear down the road as he continues to perfect his craft. He was a strong scorer and shooter, showing his range and fluid motion but was also solid with his ability to put it on the deck and make plays, create and get to the rim, and his presence on the defensive end. Next in his development, he can continue to work on his back to the basket moves, his footwork, and his quickness as a player. Coach Curley said “if you want to become a D1 player, continue to work on your ball handling, shooting, and footwork to become elite. Remember that you are a guard and start working in pick and roll situations. See the floor and be a leader.”

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Jaden Ahn

Los Gatos, California

School: Bellarmine College Prep
Position: Shooting Guard
Height: 5' 10"
Weight:
Favorite Athlete:
Class: 2025
Uniform Number: #63

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Player Evaluation

Ahn, a 5’10 prospect from California and part of the class of 2025, showed some good promise in his game and was that vocal leader on the court throughout. As far as more strengths to his game, he excelled in creating with his handles, his on-ball defense, and was able to show a nice release on his shot when possible. He also did a great job not standing in one place and always moving. Next in his development, Ahn can continue to improve his court sense and vision, as well as shooting off the dribble more. Coach Harmon said “plays hard on both ends. Very vocal on the court. Coachable player with a great attitude. Can make shots when wide open but could continue to improve his shot mechanics. Continue to work on your off hand as well and finishing well. Also work on becoming quicker as a player and stopping the ball in transition. Great job and willing passer throughout the camp.”

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Tye Tibbett

Sanger, California

School:
Position: Small Forward
Height: 5' 10"
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: Trae Young
Class: 2026
Uniform Number: #64

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Player Evaluation

Tibbett, who is a 5’10 prospect from the state of California and is part of the class of 2026, had a solid weekend overall at the camp.  He was able to demonstrate and make his impact on both sides of the court throughout and played with maximum effort all throughout.  Tibbett’s strong feel and understanding on the defensive end really stood out, playing strong defense off the ball, rebounding well for his position, and defending well in transition.  He also was strong in his ability to move without the ball, showcase his court awareness, and making the necessary passes to his teammates; he was terrific with his effort and attitude for the game.  Next in his development, he will need to continue to improve his shooting and continue to work on his footwork on both ends of the floor.  Coach Ravenscroft said “You have the ability to and skillset to be a very good high school player.  Continue tow work on your overall game to become more of an offensive threat.  When you play hard and aggressive with confidence, your game elevates.  You have a good understanding of the game and your current strength is on the defensive end.”

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Luis Mora

Albany, California

School: Christo Rey De La Salle
Position: Shooting Guard
Height: 6' 3"
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: Giannis Antetokounmpo
Class: 2023
Uniform Number: #65

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Player Evaluation

Mora, a 6’3 prospect from California and part of the class of 2023, was a true energy guy and played with an excellent motor on the court. It is what stood out immediately about his game, but Mora was also able to stand out with his effort and team mentality, his ability to attack the boards and get physical, finish strong, and his ability to make his presence felt as a two-way player. Next in his development, Mora can continue to improve with his shooting off the dribble and his defense on the ball. Coach Wharton said “Your energy and effort is outstanding. You have a motor that is unteachable, but you have to learn more on how to improve defensively along the perimeter. Move your fee more and don’t reach. Continue to work on your decision-making and improve your overall basketball IQ.”

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Braiden Hogg

Richmond, Indiana

School: Seton Catholic
Position: Point Guard
Height: 6' 1"
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: Kevin Durant
Class: 2024
Uniform Number: #66

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Player Evaluation

Hogg, a 6’1 prospect from Indiana and part of the class of 2024, was solid throughout and was able to make his presence felt in a variety of ways on the court. Whether it was his ability to shoot off the dribble, create with the ball in his hands, penetrate the defense, make good decisions and create with his handles, or his court sense and footwork, Hogg really flashed as a player. Next in his development, he can continue to work on moving without the ball more, his quickness, and off-ball/transition defense. Coach Epps said “Great weekend of camp.  Keep your head up with you are attacking. Mid-range jumper looked good this weekend. 2-3 dribbles and attack more. Continue developing both hands and work on shooting drills that was taught at the camp. Great overall weekend and player.”

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Eric Valle II

Chambersburg, Pennsylvania

School: Scotland Campus Prep
Position: Shooting Guard
Height: 6' 2"
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: Kyrie Irving
Class: 2023
Uniform Number: #67

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Player Evaluation

Valle, a 6’2 prospect from Pennsylvania and part of the class of 2023, was able to demonstrate his IQ on both ends of the court. He was exceptional in showing his range and knocking down open shots from distance, displaying tremendous confidence in his shot and opening up the defense. He sees the floor well, can impact the game with his on-ball defnse, and has a great attitude for the game. Next in his development, he can work on his back to the basket moves and inside the arc shots, as well as being vocal. Coach Boone said “Demonstrated great IQ and impact on both sides; really shot the ball well. It seemed like he had his hands in everything. Showed a great motor, was gritty, and was a leader. Tremendous production on the court all weekend long.”

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Jaiden Redmond

Coralville, Iowa

School: West High School
Position: Point Guard
Height: 5' 11"
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: Kobe Bryant
Class: 2026
Uniform Number: #68

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Player Evaluation

Redmond, a 5’11 prospect from Iowa and part of the class of 2026 is a developing prospect that played with a great attitude for the game, and gave maximum effort throughout; continued to get better as the weekend went on. Redmond was player that was consistent throughout with his game, showing he can be effective in many situations both offensively and defensively. Whether it was his range, ability to create, make the right decision, his handles, or his defensive impact, it could be felt in a variety of ways. Next in his development, Redmond can continue to improve his release time on his shot, his use of his off hand, and his quickness/footwork on the court. Coach Brigham said “You are on the right track for your age. Stay motivated. Footwork and quickness have to improve, know how to use the court to your advantage. Also work on your consistency on your jumper and creating your shot off the dribble. Be more vocal and be confident as a leader on the floor.”

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Malaki Long

Gastonia, North Carolina

School: Ashbrook High School
Position: Point Guard
Height: 6'0"
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: Stephen Curry
Class: 2024
Uniform Number: #69

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Player Evaluation

Long, a 6’0 prospect from North Carolina and part of the class of 2024, really showed to have a natural talent for the game and excelled in many areas on the court. Where he was at his best was when he was showing his ability to score from multiple levels with a confident, smooth shot and release. But he also was a useful player in making plays off the dribble, attacking and finishing around the defense, sitting down and creating havoc defensively, and his court awareness. Next in his development, he can continue to work on his passing skills, his catch and shoot ability, and moving more without the ball. Coach said “Malaki is a great talent and has all the tools to be very special player. He can play at the next level but has to get his teammates involved more.”

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Anthony Ochoa

Porterville, California

School:
Position: Shooting Guard
Height: 5' 10"
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: Ja Morant
Class: 2024
Uniform Number: #70

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Player Evaluation

Ochoa, a 5’10 prospect from California and part of the class of 2024, had a nice overall showing at the camp but there are still areas that he can continue to work on to make him an even better player. As far as his strengths, he has a great attitude and wants to learn more about the game. He also was strong in his shot-making when available, showing really good range on his shot, spreading out the defense and making them pay with his jumper and smooth release. Next in his development, he can continue to improve his quickness, his footwork, his rebounding, and moving more without the ball. Coach said “Anthony has to play with more energy. He is a great teammate and a very coachable player, as he was able to showcase his shot-making on the court. It was a joy to coach him at the camp.”

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Jace Lee

Cottonwood, Arizona

School:
Position: Small Forward
Height: 5' 10"
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: Ja Morant
Class: 2025
Uniform Number: #71

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Player Evaluation

Lee, a 5’10 prospect from Arizona and part of the class of 2025, has a lot of upside to his game and it will be interesting to see how he continues to develop as a player down the road. As far as his strengths, he was able to excel in areas such as his team play and effort, his ability to finish around the basket, his impact on the boards on both sides, his mid-range game and release on his shot, and his attitude/being coachable. Next in his development, he can continue to improve his back to the basket moves and moving more without the ball. Coach Harrison said “Jace it was great coaching you. You have a ton of upside so don’t be afraid to take over on the court when you are out there. Be a solid leader. Make your teammates better. Find your time to shine and not be passive.”

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Abraham Pena

Hobbs, New Mexico

School:
Position: Point Guard
Height: 5' 9"
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: Devin Booker
Class: 2025
Uniform Number: #72

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Player Evaluation

Pena, a 5’9 prospect from New Mexico and part of the class of 2025, had a good showing throughout the event and was able to put his strengths as a shooting guard on display. He was really good with his pull-up game from an array of areas on the court, knocking down multiple shots off the dribble and being efficient on the court. He used his quick burst to get to his spots and score, as well as show good work to create. He also had a nice feel in both passing and on defense, really guarding on and off the ball well. Next in his development, he can continue to improve his ability to rebound the ball as well as his back to the basket moves. Coach Taylor said “He has a really good one-dribble pull-up. Ball handling skills could use a little work. Needs to work on letting the game come to him and not force shots; don’t settle.”

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Justin Skelton

Columbia, South Carolina

School: Spring Valley High School
Position: Shooting Guard
Height: 6' 2"
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: Stephen Curry
Class: 2024
Uniform Number: #73

 

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Player Evaluation

Skelton, a 6’2 prospect from South Carolina and part of the class of 2024, was another strong prospect for his team and was able to make plays and hit big shots, but also is one that can continue to develop into an even stronger player. As far as his strengths, Skelton was aggressive and played with an exceptional attitude and IQ for the game. He was able to hit big shots from an array of levels, had a solid foundation on his shot, and was able to really open eyes on how versatile he can be and his impact on both sides of the court. Next in his development, he can continue to improve his footwork and quickness, as well as getting stronger and improve his range. Coach Velez said “Justin gave the team more and more each and every game. He demonstrated his skills and played aggressively o help his team. Conditioning is a must for him to continue to shine. Weight room will also help to do what he wants on the court.  He demonstrated that when aggressive, he could take over when needed.”

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Craig West

Rahway, New Jersey

School: Rahway High School
Position: Point Guard
Height: 5' 7"
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: Derrick Rose
Class: 2024
Uniform Number: #74

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Player Evaluation

West, a 5’7 prosect from New Jersey and part of the class of 2024, had a very good showing and really captured the eyes of his coaches of how he can impact the game in a variety of ways. The first thing that stood out was his impressive presence on the defensive end; whether it was on the ball, off the ball, or in transition, he was a pest all weekend long.  Offensively he was able to be stronger in using his quickness against defenders and making plays off the dribble. Next in his development, West can continue to work on his shot-making ability, as well as his back to the basket moves and finishing stronger. Coach Watts said “GREAT defender. Great energy as well. Most continue to work on controlling the game as a point guard and understanding game situations. Continue to work on your shot from mid-range and from three as well.”

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Javien Robbs

Stanley, North Carolina

School:
Position: Small Forward
Height: 6' 2"
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: Kobe Bryant
Class: 2024
Uniform Number: #75

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Player Evaluation

Robbs, a 6’2 prospect from North Carolina and part of the class of 2025, was a great teammate and player on the court and certainly one to keep an eye on at his age. Robbs’ ability to find success in areas was impressive, which included his two-way ability, his ability to finish around the basket, stepping out and knocking down shots, his strong and confident release, and his ability to make plays off the dribble and with his handles. Next in his development, he can continue to improve his use of his off hand, his passing ability, and rebounding at his position. Coach said “Great, respectful young man, very coachable. He needs to continue to work on his awareness on the court and improve his ability to penetrate going left and improve his shot selection. Great young player though.”

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Mikalister Anderson

Vale, North Carolina

School: West Lincoln High School
Position: Shooting Guard
Height:
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: Stephen Curry
Class: 2025
Uniform Number: #76

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Player Evaluation

Anderson, a 6’1 prospect from North Carolina and part of the class of 2025, was able to flourish as a shooter on the court for much of the camp. Anderson did a great job in showing his quick release, his confident shooting mechanics, and ability to knock down shots from outside. He played well off the ball to find the open spots on the court, as well as being active on the boards. Next in his development is to continue to add more to offensive arsenal and being able to get inside and finish, as well as his defense. Coach Taylor said “Good catch and shoot player. Rebounds well for his position. Great attitude and very coachable. A player that is very intrigued in asking questions and improving. As a guard, you need to work on a little on and off ball defense as well as your ball handling and IQ. Great weekend though and a pleasure to coach.”

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Kieran Tewari

Muncie, Indiana

School:
Position: Shooting Guard
Height:
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: Zach Lavine
Class: 2024
Uniform Number: #77

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Player Evaluation

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Lincoln Fathauer

Muncie, Indiana

School:
Position: Shooting Guard
Height: 5' 9"
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: Kyrie Irving
Class: 2025
Uniform Number: #78

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Player Evaluation

Fathauer, a 5’9 prospect from Indiana and part of the class of 2025, made his mark in his ability to knock down shots. At times, he really displayed his confidence in his ability to knock down shots from multiple levels, including a strong range on his shot. The guard was able to make plays though off the dribble as well at times, showing a solid vision and court sense while also penetrating and scoring around the basket. When the ball wasn’t in his hands, he moved well without the ball and never stayed in one spot, keeping the defense guessing. Next in his development, he can continue to improve his ball-handling, his back to the basket moves, and being more confident with open shots. Coach King said “Lincoln, remember what I said… shooters have no memory and if you are open, shoot it, otherwise it is a bad possession within the offense of course.  Also, you need to continue to work on your physical attributes like speed, strength, and stamina, as it will help you in the long run.”

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Matthew Wendling

Woodside, California

School:
Position: Shooting Guard
Height: 6' 0"
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: Kevin Durant
Class: 2025
Uniform Number: #79

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Player Evaluation

Wendling, a 6’0 prospect from California and part of the class of 2025, was strong forward and was a good presence for his team at his size.  He is one that should only continue to develop and it will be interesting to see how he grows as a player. Wendling finished well inside the arc and in the paint and had a good looking shot. He was able to finish strong around opponents, be active in the paint, attack the boards and brings a strong presence, and was very unselfish with his team. Next in his development, Wendling can continue to build confidence in his shot and range, as well as make strides in his quickness and defense. Coach King said “You are a very good basketball player and very unselfish but to a fault because you have open looks that you should take and shouldn’t think twice about it. If you are open, trust your game, your training, and most importantly, trust yourself. Keep working hard to get better and I promise you, you will see the results.”

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Isiah Allah

Perris, California

School: Heritage High School
Position: Shooting Guard
Height: 5' 9"
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: Kobe Bryant
Class: 2025
Uniform Number: #80

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Player Evaluation

Allah, a 5’9 prospect from California and part of the class of 2025, is a developing prospect that came into the camp to not only showcase his talent but also to learn and get better. That he did, as he had a great attitude and was a team-player throughout. There are still areas that he could continue to work on but he was at his best when he was using his off hand, penetrating and getting inside the defense, and making the right reads to his teammates. Next in his development, Allah can continue to be more consistent with his shot and finishing stronger. Coach Kidd said “Keep watching as much basketball as you can to improve your basketball IQ. Get in the weight room so you can get better at finishing stronger in the middle and help on the boards. Also continue to work on your defensive presence.”

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Nathan Jaureguizar

Hanford, California

School: Hanford High School
Position: Small Forward
Height: 6' 5"
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: Michael Jordan
Class: 2022
Uniform Number: #81

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Player Evaluation

Jaureguizar, a 6’5 prospect from California and part of the class of 2022, brings a good understanding of the game and was able to be a positive impact throughout the camp in a variety of ways. Good offensive showing and operated in a variety of ways and levels. He also played with a strong motor and made his impact felt in an array of areas, using his size well and taking advantage of matchups. Next in his development, he can continue to work on his use of his off hand and back to the basket moves. Coach Epps said “Great job this weekend. Continue to work on your conditioning and work on your footwork as well as on-ball defense. Basketball IQ in close game, knowing when to take the shot and what shot to take. Loved your effort all weekend long and it was a joy to coach you.”

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Gradin Swoveland

Portland, Indiana

School: Jay County School
Position: Small Forward
Height: 6' 3"
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: Kevin Durant
Class: 2026
Uniform Number: #82

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Player Evaluation

Swoveland, a 6’3 prospect from the state of Indiana and part of the Class of 2026, was a defensive anchor all throughout the camp; he was an absolute standout in making his presence felt in the paint. As a player, he had a terrific attitude and was an ultimate team player, but he is one that used his size well in finishing when available, attacking the boards, and being a tremendous shot-blocker in the paint. He also had strong moments in catch and shoot situations. Next in his development, Swoveland can continue to work on his footwork as a big, his back to the basket moves, and using more of his off hand. Coach Miller said “Swoveland was a great shot-blocker for this camp. He needs to continue to work on his dribbling, as well as getting a lower and quicker release on his shot. Overall though, he had a tremendous attitude and competed; he was a joy to coach.”

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Kiwane Garris Jr

Alpharetta, Georgia

School: Webb Bridge Middle School
Position: Shooting Guard
Height: 6' 2"
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: Michael Jordan
Class: 2025
Uniform Number: #83

 

 

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Player Evaluation

Garris, a 6’2 prospect from Georgia and part of the class of 2025, was a solid combo guard that was able to really be strong in getting in the paint, finishing through defenders and contact, and making his impact more inside the paint and arch. He has good footwork to his game and was able to make plays with his back to the basket or with his off hand.  You had to love his attitude and his effort on the court. What will be interesting to see is as he continues to grow into his body, how much more he can develop and add.  Next in his development, Garris could continue to work on his release and shooting mechanics, as well as expanding his range. Coach King said “You are a good combo guard that can finish. You have good handles and can also shoot when you decide to, but you could continue to work on your jump shot. Manly I need you to work on your physical attributes like speed, strength, and agility while you are still growing into your body.”

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Eric Montano

El Paso, Texas

School: Eastwood High School
Position: Power Forward
Height: 5' 10"
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: Zion Williamson
Class: 2025
Uniform Number: #84

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Player Evaluation

Montano, a 5’10 prospect from Texas and part of the class of 2025, was a pleasure for his coach to work with and be a part of. He really impressed with his ability to be coachable and his willingness to come to the camp to not only show his talent but to get better as a player. The 5’10 prospect was solid with his footwork on the court, moving his feet well, showing his court sense and vision, and making an impact on the boards as well score inside the arc. Next in his development, Montano can continue to work on his shot off the dribble more and his guard skills as well as his passing ability. Coach Matthews said “It was a pleasure to be your coach, as you wanted to get better and has the ability to do so. Continue to work on your guard skills so you can be a better overall player and find your teammates well. Continue to work on your strength as well.”

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Hayden Umoren

Marietta, Georgia

School: Clear Creek Amana High School
Position: Shooting Guard
Height: 6' 3"
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: Kevin Durant
Class: 2025
Uniform Number: #85

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Player Evaluation

Umoren, a 6’3 prospect from Iowa and part of the class of 2025, was a very good two-way player that was able to be effective and make his presence felt in a variety of ways. His presence on the defensive end, whether it was on the ball, off the ball, or in transition, really captured the eyes of his coaches and wasn’t afraid to defend and show his footwork. But he also found ways to get his shot off, make plays off the dribble, and battled on the boards. Next in his development, Umoren can continue to work on his catch and shoot shot, as well as continue to work and improve the little things in his game. Coach Taylor said “great helpside defender. Very good slasher with a decent jumper. Does a great job of boxing out and rebounding the ball. Player is very coachable as well. Needs to continue to work on ball handling and pushing the ball under control.”

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Malachi Johnson

San Diego, California

School: Mira Mesa High School
Position: Point Guard
Height: 5' 8"
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: Kyrie Irving
Class: 2025
Uniform Number: #86

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Player Evaluation

Johnson, a 5’8 prospect from California and part of the class of 2025, was a competitor throughout the entire weekend, working on and being very coachable throughout; he was strong in learning more and listening to what was needed form his coaches. Where Johnson was able to shine more was on the defensive end, really playing hard and making his presence known as an on-ball defender and making smart passes to find his teammates. Next in his development, Johnson will need to continue to develop his ability to knock down shots from multiple levels and his scoring impact. Coach Wilson said “Johnson really competed hard in every game. He has a great attitude for the game and really was a strong player with his on-ball defense. Areas that I would like to see him improve in are his court awareness, working on his jumper, and off the ball defense more.”

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Jordan Collins

Hanford, California

School: Hanford High School
Position: Shooting Guard
Height: 6' 1"
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: Damian Lillard
Class: 2023
Uniform Number: #87

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Player Evaluation

Collins, a 6’1 prospect from California and part of the class of 2023, was an effective guard on the floor and was able to stretch the defense with his ability to score from the perimeter. He did so several times with a fluid motion and good release, playing well off the ball and having confidence in his shot. There were times that he was able to finish well around bigger players, as well as play strong off-ball defense. Next in his development is to continue working on moving more without the ball, his use of his off hand, and transition defense. Coach Epps said “Three point shot looked good, keep up the great work there. On-ball defense was strong as well. Keep working on your mid-range game and pull-up game, as well as reading the defense and helping teammates in certain situations. Fearless throughout the weekend.”

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Malin Allard

Mount Pleasant, South Carolina

School: Lucy Beckham High School
Position: Point Guard
Height: 6' 2"
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: Stephen Curry
Class:2023
Uniform Number: #88

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Player Evaluation

Allard, a 6’2 prospect from North Carolina and part of the class of 2023, had a good overall showing and made his impact felt in a variety of ways. He has that team mentality that allows him to his presence felt in a variety of ways and he played with a team mentality. He was strong in his shot selection and range, especially in catch and shoot situations, but was also able to penetrate and make plays. He has good handles, passing skills, and good court awareness. Also brought a two-way presence. Next in his development, he can continue to work on moving without the ball, his back to the basket moves, and improve more on the defensive end. Coach Betts said “Played hard on the defensive end and was unselfish offensively. Ran the floor in transition, and crashed the boards. Has to be more assertive on the court.”

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Trey Lofton

El Dorado Hills, California

School:
Position: Small Forward
Height: 5' 11"
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: Michael Jordan
Class: 2024
Uniform Number: #89

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Player Evaluation

Lofton, a 5’11 prospect from California and part of the class of 2024, is still a developing prospect overall and with continued work, he can really be a solid contributor on the floor. He was a quick guard on the floor and played hard on the defensive end, as well as played scrappy to make plays outside of scoring like rebounding well and seeing the floor. But he will need to continue to improve his overall offensive game, get more shots, work on his dribbling, and continue to get back to the basics and fine tune his game. Just continue to work and you will only get better as a player.

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Tad Tibbett

Sanger, California

School:
Position: Small Forward
Height: 6' 3"
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: Kevin Durant
Class:2024
Uniform Number: #90

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Player Evaluation

Tibbett, a 6’3 prospect from California and part of the class of 2024, has the upside and potential in his game but is also a developing player that can find ways to improve his overall feel for the game. He was consistent offensively with his ability to find his shot, good range to his game, and ability to make plays off the bounce. But he was at his best in doing the little things, rebounding well, playing solid defense, and bringing positive energy. Next in his development, he can continue to add more to his arsenal, work on his vision, and moving more without the ball. Coach Hankins said “Absolutely love Tad, he is an amazing person. He has a great upside and will definitely become an elite player as he puts in the work. Effort is always 100 percent.”

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Braylon Vega

Lovington, New Mexico

School: Lovington High School
Position: Shooting Guard
Height:
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: Stephen Curry
Class: 2026
Uniform Number: #91

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Player Evaluation

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Zion Taylor

Vallejo, California

School: Kipp Collegiate
Position: Point Guard
Height:
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: Lebron James
Class: 2024
Uniform Number: #92

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Player Evaluation

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Anwar Saney

Melbourne, Australia

School:
Position: Small Forward
Height: 6' 8"
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: Kevin Durant
Class: 2022
Uniform Number: #93

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Player Evaluation

Saney, a 6’8 prospect from Melbourne and part of the class of 2022, was one that mad ethe most progress throughout the camp. With limited playing and development, he was able to show flashes of his game and could be a developmental player. Good fundamentals to his game and a nice feel for the game in operating and making his presence felt on both ends. Next in his development, he can continue to work on his handles more, his back to the basket moves, and continue to work on his IQ for the game. Coach Boone said “Hasn’t been playing the game long but is willing to be tough. With more work and film, he can definitely be a force to watch. Has a long frame and defense but needs to understand his natural capabilities and how to use them. Has a “can do” attitude that coaches will certainly like.”

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O'Neill Connolly

Atlanta, Georgia

School: Holy Innocents
Position: Shooting Guard
Height: 6' 4"
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: Michael Jordan
Class: 2024
Uniform Number: #94

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Player Evaluation

Connolly, a 6’4 prospect from Georgia and part of the class of 2024, was a very good shooting guard throughout the camp and was deadly from the perimeter. That is where he really excelled at as a player, showing his range, his pull-up game, his feel and shot selection, and his confident release and mechanics. Him being coachable and with a great attitude was also impressive for his coach. Next in his development, he can continue to add more levels to his scoring ability and attacking the basket more. Coach said “O’Neil is a great shooter and a great teammate. I really enjoyed coaching this young man I believe he can play college ball. Very coachable and respectful; has a great attitude for the game. Good basketball player across the board.”

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Jackson Stanton

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

School: Bishop McGuinness Catholic HS
Position: Small Forward
Height:
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: Giannis Antetokounmpo
Class: 2026
Uniform Number: #95

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Player Evaluation

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Zachary Close

Medina, Minnesota

School:
Position: Small Forward
Height: 6' 7"
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: Kevin Durant
Class:2023
Uniform Number: #96

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Player Evaluation

Close, a 6’7 prospect from Minnesota and part of the class of 2023, was a nice mixture of a wing and a presence down low in the paint. He has the natural size to be effective in a variety of ways, whether it was touch and release, his ability to shoot off the dribble, his ability to penetrate the defense, his handles and passing abilities, or his presence on and off the ball. Very strong on the boards and had a great sense of court awareness and where to be at the camp. Next in his development, he can continue to work on his quickness and his mechanics/release on his shot.

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Jessie Heyaime

Weston, Florida

School:
Position: Shooting Guard
Height: 6' 1"
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: Kobe Bryant
Class: 2022
Uniform Number: #97

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Player Evaluation

Heyaime, a 6’1 prospect from Florida and part of the class of 2022, is a 6’1 guard that showed flashes of his game but should only continue to get better and develop his game. He was solid in so many areas of his game, scoring well, putting the ball on the deck and attacking, pushing in transition, and either being a playmaker for himself or for his teammates. Next in his development, he can continue to work on his defensive impact, especially off the ball, shooting more off the dribble, and moving without the ball in his hands. Coach Watts said “Heyaime has to continue to relax when he plays and not always wanting to try and press the issue. ON defense, he has to stay locked in on the ball and his man. Good effort and passion for the game. But as a point guard, he must learn how to manage certain situations and how to control the game.”

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Will Briggs

Denton, Texas

School:
Position: Small Forward
Height:
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: Larry Bird
Class: 2024
Uniform Number: #98

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Player Evaluation

Briggs, a 6’2 prospect form Texas and part of the class of 2024, was able to show consistency in his game but there is still areas that he can continue to work on to become an even better player. He was consistent in his offensive abilities but was stronger on the defensive side of the ball with his off-ball defense and transition defense, as well as his willingness to attack the glass. Next in his development, Briggs can continue to work on being more aggressive and working on his catch and shoot situations as well as shooting more off the dribble. Coach Wharton said “Be more aggressive and confidence. You have the body, mindset, and skills for the next level. The next few years you must develop a consistent mid-range and three-point shot. Continue to work on your strength, speed, and endurance. You have the size to play inside; learn back to the basket moves and improve your shot. You can be an unstoppable force.”

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Jesse Nimmo

Davenport, Florida

School: Hainescity High School
Position: Shooting Guard
Height: 6' 6"
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: LeBron James
Class: 2025
Uniform Number: #99

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Player Evaluation

Nimmo, a 6’6 prospect from Florida and part of the class of 2024, was one of the top players at the camp that impressed and put together several highlights throughout. Nimmo has great size and versatility on the court, showing that he can operate from the perimeter but also put a player on a poster with intriguing athleticism. Was really able to make his mark in transition and penetrating, getting to the basket and scoring in a variety of ways. Next in his development, he can continue to work on his transition defense and mechanics. Coach Epps said “You played great this camp. Continue to work on the shooting drills at the camp and also improve your communication, transition and off-ball defense.  Great job attacking the rim and finishing strong all weekend long.”