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William Phillips

Rocklin, California

School: Cottonwood-Home School
Position: Point Guard
Height: 5' 10"
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: Kevin Durant 
Class: 2028
Uniform Number: #101

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Player Evaluation

Phillips, a 5’10 prospect from California and part of the class of 2028, was an absolute joy to watch operate on the court and ended up taking home MVP honors for his grade. He has a chance to be something special down the road and it will be interesting to see how much he grows as a player. But Phillips really showed his ability to run the floor, use his length well, finish around the basket and be active on both sides of the court. Next in his development, Phillips can continue to add more range to his game and continue to get stronger as a ball-handler. Coach Holmes said “What a joy. Phillips has a bright future. Absolutely incredible basketball IQ. Continue to remain humble, grind, and I look forward to seeing you in the future.”

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Jaxon Loper

Bethlehem, Pennsylvania

School: Northeast
Position: Shooting Guard
Height: 5' 4"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Kevin Durant 
Class: 2028
Uniform Number: #102

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Player Evaluation

Loper, a 5’4 prospect from Pennsylvania and part of the class of 2028, was yet another solid prospect at the camp that was able to open up eyes and be quite coachable, wanting to learn more and played hard. As far as strengths, they were his ability to score in catch and shoot situations and using his off hand to create, something you don’t always see with players at his age. One can see he was strong in being able to penetrate, playing with a toughness to his game. Next in your development, continue to work on your back to the basket moves, your vision, and moving without the ball. Coach Cooper said “You are a tough and physical player with a nice finishing package around the basket with the ability to knock down shots as well. Improve your lateral movement on the defensive end, develop a mid-range game, and learn to get your teammates involved consistently.”

Kaden Ma

San Jose, California

School: Union Middle School
Position: Small Forward
Height: 5' 9"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Draymond Green
Class: 2027
Uniform Number: #103

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Player Evaluation

Ma, a 5’9 prospect from California and part of the class of 2027, is a good young player that should only benefit and learn from this camp.  As far as his strengths though on the court, he was able to really showcase his motor and always doing the dirty work (getting the boards especially). He was very physical around the basket, has positive body language, very vocal, didn’t need the ball to make his impact felt, and runs the floor well. Next in his development, he can continue to work on his overall ballhandling, work on shooting from multiple levels, and continue to find your feet and work on your quickness.

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Justin Seals

El Segundo, California

School: Richmond Street School
Position: Power Forward
Height: 5' 9"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Kevin Durant
Class: 2030
Uniform Number: #104

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Player Evaluation

Seals, a 5’9 prospect from California and part of the class of 2030, brings good early size to the table and it will be interesting to see how much more he grows and what he can do with that. Early on though, he understands how to be effective in the post and use his size well on the boards and how to finish strong in the paint/post. He did a nice job being active and helping on defense down low, as well as moving without the ball. Coach Betts said “Has soft touch and is a strong rebounder when he wants to be. Also, defends other bigs well. Can improve on his footwork, his conditioning, and being more assertive on the offensive side of the ball.”

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Jacob Garcia

Visalia, California

School: Cottonwood Creek
Position: Power Forward
Height: 5' 0"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Stephen Curry
Class: 2030
Uniform Number: #105

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Player Evaluation

Garcia, a 5’0 prospect from California, was a very coachable player and only get better every day at the camp; really put in the work. Going along with his great attitude and willingness to learn the game, as well as his team mentality, Garcia also performed well in showing his back to the basket moves, his vision in leading the floor, his solid footwork on both ends, and finding ways to get to his spots and show his range. Coach Baumgartner said “Become a leader. Leaders must do what the coaches expect. Player hard and together. Always be a good teammate. Love how coachable you are and really enjoyed it throughout the camp.”

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Tamarien Moore

Wichita, Kansas

School: Brooks High School
Position: Point Guard
Height: 5' 10"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Kevin Durant
Class: 2028
Uniform Number: #106

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Player Evaluation

Moore, a 5’10 prospect from Kansas and part of the class of 2028, is an intriguing prosect at his size and his potential position he will be playing down the road. He was one of the bigger players on our team but was able to make plays with his handles, putting it on the deck and creating and finishing well, as well as showing his versatility and ability to play multiple positions. He had a good shot, worked well with his back to the basket, and made an impact on the defensive end. Next in his development, he will need to continue to work on ball-handling and using his off hand, as well as his passing ability. Coach Holmes said “Always remember that you possess the keys to your future. Keep grinding to be as productive as you can possibly be. Train daily to ensure a spectacular future.”

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Kevin Franz

Overland Park, Kansas

School: Aubrey Bend Middle School
Position: Small Forward
Height: 5' 4"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Stephen Curry
Class: 2028
Uniform Number: #107

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Player Evaluation

Franz, a 5’4 prospect from Kansas and part of the class of 2028, is a young prospect that was able to find where he could best fit in with his team and was able to capitalize on opportunities that were provided.  He excelled in areas such as his shot-making from multiple levels, had a fluid release, but also was a guard that played team-basketball and used his quickness to his advantage; good footwork and competitive nature. Next in his development, Franz can continue to improve his back to the basket moves, his ability to penetrate and put the ball on the deck, and more on his defensive presence. Coach Harrison said “Kevin, it has been great coaching you. I wish you nothing but the best. You need to work on the growth of your game. You make good passes but need to be able to see the game before it supposed to happen by knowing and helping your team by taking charge on the floor.”

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Jedidiah Aikulola

Katy, Texas

School: Woodcreek Junior High School
Position: Point Guard
Height: 6' 1"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Kevin Durant
Class: 2027
Uniform Number: #108

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Player Evaluation

Aikulola, a 6’1 prospect from Texas and part of the class of 2027, was a key part for his team and used his size to his advantage in certain situations. He was more of a point-forward, which will make him very intriguing to watch develop and use his versatility to his advantage. Whether it was his ability to create for himself, make plays and finish, his shot-making ability, or his impact down in the paint on the boards, Aikulola really showed flashes of his potential. Next in his development, Aikulola can continue to work on his range and his shooting off the dribble. Coach Chapman said “Continue to work on your fundamentals in your game, including getting stronger handles, shooting, and his decision making. Also continue to work on your quickness and court sense.”

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Robert Rush III

CHula Vista, California

School: Eastlake Middle School
Position: Small forward
Height: 5' 6"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete:  LeBron James
Class: 2028
Uniform Number: #109

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Player Evaluation

Rush, a 5’6 prospect from California and part of the class of 2028, is a player that showed flashes of what he could be down the road but still has to continue to work on his overall feel and improve in areas. As far as his strengths though, he was able to finish strong around the basket and effectively, while also getting on the glass on both ends. He moved well without the ball, never stayed in one spot, and had a good feel with his back to the basket. Coach Crenshaw said “Robert is a high energy player. He has a decent jumper and can finish at the rim. Sometimes, he gets a little selfish and needs to make the right reads. He needs to continue to work on his transition defense and on the ball defense. He has a great athletic ability and is still growing; great attitude as well.”

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Isaiah Chandler

Dallas, Georgia

School: North Cobb Christian
Position: Shooting Guard
Height: 6' 1"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Kobe Bryant
Class: 2027
Uniform Number: #110

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Player Evaluation

Chandler, a 6’1 prospect from Georgia and part of the class of 2027, was a big presence on the court and it will be interesting to see how he continues to develop and grow as an overall player. With his size though, he was strong in being versatile and making plays off the dribble, creating for himself, and finishing through defenders. Also active on the boards and has a nice shot for a player at his size at his young age. Next in his development, he can continue work on his shot off the dribble, as well as just add more to your game. Coach Bush said “Slow your pace down on the catch and read the defense. Great driver but ability to drive, stop, and shoot will open more for you. Defense has the ability to be great. Sharpen the little tools in your game and good things will come.”

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Collin Stanton

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

School: Christ The King Catholic
Position: Power Forward
Height: 5'4
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: Ja Morant
Class: 2029
Uniform Number: #112

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Player Evaluation

Stanton, a 5’4 prospect from Oklahoma, has a chance to be a name that you will be seeing more down the road with what he showed at the camp. He was consistent throughout and really made his presence felt as one of the better players at the camp. At his size at a young age, Stanton did a nice job in mixing his ability to score from a variety of levels and ways, but was especially strong with his back to the basket.  But he was also able to finish with tough, finish strong, actively attack the boards, make his presence felt defensively, and did all the little things needed. Next in his development, he will need to continue to work on his shooting off the dribble. Coach Jackson said “Collin has the potential to be an elite prospect. He does everything very well. He could be more demanding for the ball in his hands, but he was excellent on the boards, wasn’t afraid to do the dirty work, and was consistent throughout. There isn’t much missing in his overall game and excited to see him as he continues to grow and develop.”

Jose Galvan

Escondido, California

School: Quantum Elementary
Position: Point Guard
Height: 
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Stephen Curry
Class: 2027
Uniform Number: #130

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Player Evaluation

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Camdon Marshall

Wolfforth, Texas

School:
Position: Power Forward
Height:
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: Giannis Antetokounmpo
Class: 2028
Uniform Number: #131

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Player Evaluation

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Zayden Amezola

Hanford, California

School: Pioneer Middle School
Position: Power Forward
Height: 5' 8"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Kobe Bryant
Class: 2027
Uniform Number: #132

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Player Evaluation

Amezola, a 5’8 prospect from California and part of the class of 2027, was very coachable and is a young player that should only continue to get better with time. His strengths on the court were his effort and team-mentality, his back to the basket moves, his ability to finish strong around the basket, and his assertiveness and willingness to battle on the boards. Next in his development, Amezola can continue to work on his shot-making ability from multiple levels, as well as his impact on both sides of the court. Coach Chapman said “It was a pleasure to coach Zayden at the camp. Continue to work on the fundamentals of the game overall, including your defensive presence especially on the ball, your post moves on offense, and working on your mid-range game as well.”

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Anthony Gerges

Sacramento, California,

School: St. Ignatius
Position: Center
Height: 5' 6"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Stephen Curry
Class: 2029
Uniform Number: #133

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Player Evaluation

Gerges, a 5’6 prospect from California, is an intriguing and versatile prospect on the court; it will be interesting to see how he continues to develop and his overall skill set improves as a player. But when you talk about where he was strong in, you have to look at his passing skills, his shooting mechanics, his back to the basket moves, and his ability to impact the boards and use his off hand to finish. Next in his development, Gerges can continue work on his footwork and quickness as a bigger player, as well as his range on his shot. Coach Reynoso said “You have a good post game. Would love to see you demand the ball a little more. Work on getting great position to grab more rebounds. Your speed has to improve but once it does, you will be a problem for defenses. Shooting more consistent will help your shot and work on improving you have a quicker release.”

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Jordan Tyler

Escondido, California

School:  Quatom Academy
Position: Power Forward
Height: 5' 7"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Alex Caruso
Class: 2028
Uniform Number: #134

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Player Evaluation

Tyler, a 5’7 prospect from California and part of the class of 2028, was one of the biggest players on his team and made his presence felt inside and around the paint. He had a solid knowledge of the game at his age, as well as playing with maximum effort and attitude. For a player his size, he was strong on the boards all weekend long and impressed his coaches with his ability to make the right reads and his impact on the defensive end. Next in his development, Tyler can continue to work on his offensive game, his ability to finish better, and footwork. Coach Watts said “Must work on your lateral movement and getting lower when handling the ball. Also work on your shot to stretch out the defense more and learn the game of angles. Great weekend though overall and continue to work and get stronger.”

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Kyeler Burns

Escondido, Califronia

School:  Bear Valley
Position: Shooting Guard
Height: 
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Kyrie Irving
Class: 2027
Uniform Number: #135

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Player Evaluation

Coming July 28-31st of 2022
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Heath French

Oakland, California

School:  Saint John the Baptist Elementary
Position: Point Guard
Height: 6' 0"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Michael Jordan
Class: 2027
Uniform Number: #136

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Player Evaluation

French, a 6’0 prospect from California and part of the class of 2027, had a solid foundation to his game at a young age and is one to watch down the road. As far as his strengths, he was able to excel with his ability to player with energy, finish through contact, having a great attitude and IQ, being vocal, making the right reads, playing well off ball screens, finishing and penetrating well, and making passes with either hand. Next in his development, he can continue to work on moving more efficiently on the court, work on his change of pace, and work on his lateral movement and dribble.

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Jayren Sunico

San Diego, California

School: Bell Middle School
Position: Small Forward
Height: 5' 8"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Stephen Curry
Class: 2027
Uniform Number: #137

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Player Evaluation

Sunico, a 5’8 prospect from California and part of the class of 2027, had a good overall showing and really opened up eyes about how effective he can be on the court. As far as his strengths, he excelled with his ability to penetrate, make plays putting it on the deck, moving his feet well on defense, attacking the glass on both sides, and displayed good mechanics on his shot. Coach Epps said “you did a great job at the camp. You played great defense with a great attitude all weekend long. Continue to work on your weak hand ball handling. And work on your shooting and adding to your range and shot overall. Great job overall this weekend and can’t wait to see the future for you.”

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Lincoln Thai

Cypress, Texas

School: Anthony Middle School
Position: Power Forward
Height: 5' 11"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Stephen Curry
Class: 2028
Uniform Number: #138

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Player Evaluation

Thai, a 5’11 prospect from Texas and part of the class of 2028, was able to really use his size and make his presence felt around the basket and on the boards. Thai, the biggest player on the team, attacked the glass and rebounded well for his age, while also showing his ability to finish, his early feel in the post, and was strong with his defensive presence on and off the ball. Next in his development, he can continue to work on expanding his game and handles. Coach Mack said “Lincoln is a strong player who just needs time to progress. Work on catching the ball and keeping it up high, not bringing it down. Finish layups underhand, overhand, and hook shots. Keep working hard.”

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Rowan Tandog

Moreno Valley, California

School:
Position: Point Guard
Height: 4' 4"
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: Devin Booker 
Class: 2031
Uniform Number: #151

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Player Evaluation

Tandog, a 4’4 prospect from California and part of the class of 2031, led the way and was strong in several areas, especially with the ball in his hands. His areas of strength were his ability to handle the basketball, make plays off the dribble, get inside and create, his quickness as a guard, and his impact on the defensive end. Coach Jenny said “It was awesome getting to coach you. I thought you showed great ability to handle the rock, defend on ball, and shoot form the perimeter. There are areas you can continue to work on including being stronger at finishing around the basket, continue to get stronger on the defensive end, and as a point guard, continue to work on being vocal. If you continue to work on these, you will be a much better player when college comes around.”

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Kylan Soto

San Jose, California

School: St. Christophers
Position: Point Guard
Height: 4' 6"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: LeBron James 
Class: 2032
Uniform Number: #152

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Player Evaluation

Soto, a 4’6 prospect from California and part of the class of 2032, has a good understanding and base for the game that he can only build off the more he grows and develops. He was strong in showing his range on his shot as well as making plays on both sides of the ball. Coach Smith said “He is a very hard worker. He is also very coachable and tries hard on all plays. Enjoyed watching him all weekend long. Continue to work on the fundamentals of the game including ball handling, shooting, court vision, and footwork. He has a heart of gold and gives it his all at all times. Continue to be a team player and take no days off in working and developing as a player.”

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Mason Abinsay

Folsom, California

School: Folsom Middle School
Position: Point Guard
Height: 4' 8"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Stephen Curry
Class: 2029
Uniform Number: #153

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Player Evaluation

Abinsay, a 4’8 prospect from California, has to potential to be a very good player as he continues to work and develop but the future looks bright. Had a great attitude, was coachable, and really played hard, but would love to see him become more vocal. Had a solid pull-up jumper but was crafty and quick with the ball in his hands. He did what the coaches needed him to do on both ends and worked hard on the defensive side of things. Coach Baumgartner said “Work to become a leader on the court. You are aright there, just be more assertive towards your teammates. Play hard and together. Learn to run a team, make sure they get to their spots then go to attack. Really enjoyed coaching you this weekend.”

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Joe Castro

Lithia, Florida

School: Stowers Elementary
Position: Point Guard
Height: 4' 7"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Ja Morant 
Class: 2031
Uniform Number: #154

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Player Evaluation

Castro, a 4’7 prospect from Florida and part of the class of class of 2031, is a young rising talent that is one to keep an eye on, as he was like a secret weapon the court for his team. His areas of strengths were his range on his shot, especially inside the arc, his ability to stretch the floor, make plays off the dribble, finish well, his ball handling, his quickness, and his ability to rebound at his position. Coach Brewster said “Quiet but the secret weapon. Very coachable and understands the game. Needs to build confidence to dribble and shoot. Love his aggression on both sides so the ball. Needs to work on his handles more and shooting off the dribble more. Also continue to work on moving without the ball. It was a pleasure though coaching this young man.”

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Dominik Gric

Sydney, Australia

School: Sylvania Public School
Position: Point Guard
Height: 4' 5"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Stephen Curry
Class: 2030
Uniform Number: #155

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Player Evaluation

Gric, a 4’5 prospect from California and part of the class of 2030, ha several bright spots in his game and shined on several occasions throughout the camp. His areas of strength were his range on his shot inside the arc, hi defense on the ball, his rebounding ability, and his ability to penetrate and make plays. Coach Jenny said “I thought you showed the ability to defend on the ball at a high level and navigate in traffic on offense. But the areas that you can continue to work on down the road is to continue work on your decision making and over dribbling, finishing well around the basket more, and moving without the ball. You have good instincts defensively but continue to work on these areas to become an overall good player.”

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Spencer Cecil

Brisbane, Australia

School: Livingstone
Position: Point Guard
Height: 4' 7"
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: Stephen Curry
Class: 2032
Uniform Number: #156

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Player Evaluation

Cecil, a 4’7 prospect from Australia and part of the class of 2032, is a young prospect that showed glimpses in his ability to be a strong prospect down the road as he continues to improve. His areas of strength were his range and shot-making ability, his court awareness, his effort and team play, his transition defense, and his passing skills. Coach Jenny said “I thought you did a great job rebounding, moving without the ball so we can get open shots, and overall feel for the game at your age. That being said, continue to improve your handle in terms of speed, quickness, and keeping it tight. Another would be to improve your overall shooting mechanics and creating open shots for yourself.You improve those things, I can promise you will be a much more complete player.”

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Gavin Avila

Fresno, California

School: Colvis East
Position: Point Guard
Height: 5' 4"
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: Stephen Curry 
Class: 2029
Uniform Number: #157

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Player Evaluation

Avila, a 5’4 prospect from California and part of the class of 2028, was a key piece for his team at the camp and was able to use his showcase his strong suites on the court when the opportunity was available.  Where Avila excelled in was his ability to knock down shots when available, his ability to create and find his teammates, his quickness on the court, his court awareness, and his ability to impact on the boards at 5’4. Add on top of that, he had a tremendous attitude towards his coaches and teammates, and came to get better with his game. Next in his development, Avila can continue to develop his game in moving without the ball more as well as adding more to his offensive game. Coach Watts said “Continue to talk more on both offense and defense.  Work on your pull-up game and adding more levels to your offensive game and continue to attack and be aggressive on the court. Great attitude all weekend long.”

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Legend Samuel

Pflugerville, Texas

School: Hendrickson
Position: Point Guard
Height: 5' 2"
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: Stephen Curry
Class: 2028
Uniform Number: #158

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Player Evaluation

Samuel, a 5’2 prospect that is part of the class of 2028, was strong throughout the camp and we think his best years are yet to come as a player. He was able to showcase his confidence from the perimeter on multiple occasions, as well and find ways to get open, show his quickness in the open floor, create with his strong handles, and he worked hard on the defensive end. Coach Crenshaw said “Legend is a great kid with a great attitude for the game. He struggles at times on shot selection, when he needs to swing the ball more. He is extremely quick, great ball handler, and can get to the rim. Very coachable.

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Kurt Adrie Labunog

Stockton, California

School: August Knodt Elementary
Position: Point Guard
Height: 4' 10"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Stephen Curry
Class: 2030
Uniform Number: #159

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Player Evaluation

Labunog, a 4’10 prospect from California, had a good showing at the Phenom America camp and has the potential to be a good player as he continues to put in the work. As far as his strengths that we saw, Labunog was strong with his ability to be aggressive and penetrate, showing his craftiness and handles on the court as a guard, and also be effective in moving without the ball. He was also quick and created well at times.  Next in his development is continuing to get others involved, adding more to your offensive game, and working hard on the defensive side. Coach Stewart said “Continue to work on getting others involved and be adaptable to change and developing yourself as a player. Continue to work on your off hand and footwork, using your quickness to your advantage. Keep fighting and I can’t wait to see your growth in the coming year and what you can bring to the table even more down the road.”

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Micah Peoples

Trabuco Canyon, California

School: Tijeras Creek Elementary
Position: Point Guard 
Height: 4' 2"
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: Kobe Bryant
Class: 2032
Uniform Number: #161

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Player Evaluation

Peoples, a 4’2 prospect from California and part of the class of 2032, has a solid foundation for the game overall and several factors that he can build off to become a very good player down the road. He has good range and shot creation, and was a dependable playmaker and defender on the court. Coach Smith said “He was very respectful and smart athlete on the court. He loves the game and wants to be on the court. I enjoyed him wanting to be apart  and working hard. Continue to work on your fundamentals in your game, ball handling, passing, footwork, and court vision to become the best player you can be. Continue to learn and understand the game; no days off.”

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Dawson Day

Turlock, California

School:
Position: Point Guard
Height: 
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: Devin Booker 
Class: 2030
Uniform Number: #162

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Player Evaluation

Day, a 4’7 prospect from California, is another young prospect that has a good start to his game and it will be interesting to see with more development and time how much further his game could go in the coming years. Day was solid in nearly all aspects of his game but was really able to flourish more in his ability to penetrate and make plays as well as making his presence felt as a two-way player. Consistent shot with good range as well. Next though in his development is continuing to work on his shooting mechanics and his back to the basket moves, as well as shooting more off the dribble. Coach Harris said “Keep working on your off hand and getting stronger as a player. The biggest thing you need is time to get stronger.”

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Brandon Stadler Jr

Rahway, New Jersey

School:
Position: Point Guard
Height: 4' 11"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Stephen Curry 
Class: 2028
Uniform Number: #163

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Player Evaluation

Stradler, a 4’11 prospec from New Jersey and part of the class of 2028, was able to flash and find success in certain areas of his game, making his presence felt and could only get better the more he grows. As far as his strengths, they were his ability to knock down shots from deep, have a quick release in catch and shoot situations, use his off hand well, penetrate to put pressure on opponents, create well off the dribble, and use his quickness to his advantage. Coach Mack said “Excellent young player. Has that clutch gene as he hit big shots in key situations. Played tough defense as well. He can continue to work on getting back on defense, as well as be more vocal on the court. Score and expand from all three levels and work on your speed.”

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Jason Wiggins Jr

Dallas, Texas

School: Howard Middle School
Position: Shooting Guard
Height: 4' 10"
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: Stephen Curry 
Class: 2030
Uniform Number: #164

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Player Evaluation

Wiggins, a 4’10 prospect from Texas, had a solid overall showing but will need to continue to work on his game to improve down the road. His bright spots on the floor with his game was getting to his spots and knocking down mid-range shots. He also had good early mechanics and a good release, just don’t rush it. He will need to continue to add more pieces to his game to be a dynamic player and continue to work on your handles and defense. Coach Baumgartner said “Become a leader. Must do your job and do what coach wants in order to lead. Always play hard and together. Be more assertive on the court. Enjoyed coaching you this week.”

Kaden Ware

Pensacola, Florida

School:  
Position: Point Guard
Height: 4' 11"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Kyrie Irving
Class: 2029
Uniform Number: #165

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Player Evaluation

Ware, a 4’11 prospect that is part of the class of 2028, is a guard that made plays off the dribble well but also had a strong showing with his range from the perimeter. That was when he was at his best, as the young guard was able to mix it up nicely and be a strong presence on both sides of the court, offensively and defensively. Next in his development, Ware can continue to work on his back to the basket moves and moving without the ball more. Coach Mack said “Kayden is an excellent young player. He gives a lot of energy and effort on the court. Continue on your form shooting and working on your hesitation/ burst of speed. Work on the pull-up jumper as well.”

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Cadynce Tolbert

Pensacola, Florida

School: Beulah Academy
Position: Shooting Guard
Height: 5' 0"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Stephen Curry
Class: 2028
Uniform Number: #166

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Player Evaluation

Tolbert, a 5’0 prospect from Florida and part of the class of 2028, was a very talented prospect that stood out well with his coaches and what he was able to show at the camp. He was coachable, had a great attitude, and worked on the court. He was able to make plays in finding his shot, be a dynamic playmaker with the ball in his hands, had terrific handles and passing abilities for his age, and was one of the quickest players on the court. Coach Crenshaw said “Cadynce is a tremendous talent. He is a great defender and ball handler. I would like him to be more vocal on the court. He has a decent release point on his shot but like him to continue to work on that. He is very unselfish, a true point guard on the court. He has a bright future with him.”

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Michael Barnett Jr

Glen Carbon, Illinois

School: Woodland Elementary
Position: Shooting Guard
Height: 4' 10"
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: Luka Doncic 
Class: 2031
Uniform Number: #167

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Player Evaluation

Barnett, a 4’10 prospect from Illinois and part of the class of 2031, was another strong forward, young forward for his team that was able to make his presence felt. His areas of strength were his ability to impact the boards, finish around the basket, and he was strong with his vision and finding his teammates well as a forward. He also possessed good shooting mechanics to go along with a great attitude for the game. Coach Jenny said “Over the weekend, I saw you play great team basketball, accept hard coaching, and do the little things to help the team win games. There is room for growth which includes your jump shot, expanding your offensive game, and guard more on the defensive side.You are a great player with a lot of potential but need to just continue in certain areas to become the best player possible.”

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Colton Anderson

San Diego, California

School: Jones Elementary
Position: Point Guard
Height: 4' 9"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Michael Jordan
Class: 2029
Uniform Number: #168

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Player Evaluation

Anderson, a 4’9 prospect from California, was another young shooting guard for his team that should only continue to get better the bigger and stronger he gets. But he did have his strengths in his game, especially with his ability to step out and be a threat with his jumper, alongside with his quickness in the open floor and his attitude for the game.  Next in his development, Anderson can continue to work on his ability to be a playmaker and get downhill, finding his teammates more and continue to develop his offensive feel and skills. Coach Reynoso said “Work on being more physical with the ball. Learn ow to read a defense when you attack. Always be in triple threat, it will help you make quicker decisions. On defense, being even with the ball and staying in front of your man needs improvement, as well as denying and being in help side defense.”

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Nicholas Kinsella

Pensacola, Florida

School: Beulah Middle
Position: Shooting Guard
Height: 5' 2"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Kyrie Irving 
Class: 2028
Uniform Number: #169

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Player Evaluation

Kinsella, a 5’2 prospect from Florida and part of the class of 2028, had a great concept and attitude for the game and was able to learn more about the game. He was very coachable and had a great attitude for the game but was also able to shine in certain situations on the court. That included his ability to penetrate the defense and use his off hand better than most, his ball-handling and passing, and be strong with his on-ball and off-ball presence. Next in his development, Kinsella can continue to work on his impact on the glass and moving with the ball. Coach Watts said “Work on getting stronger as well as changing speeds with the ball in your hands. Continue to work on your communication with your teammates and control the tempo of the game and in certain situations.”

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Johannes Elson

San Diego, California

School: School of the Madeleine
Position: Point Guard
Height: 5' 2"
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: Kawhi Leonard
Class: 2029
Uniform Number: #170

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Player Evaluation

Elson, a 5’2 prospect from California, had a good showing and improved throughout the camp. When talking about his game, his strengths were his range on his shot inside the arc, showing confidence in scoring with jumper, his ability to penetrate and make plays, and his attitude, his team play, and motor on the court. Next in his development, Elson can continue to work on areas such as catch and shoot and shooting off the dribble, as well as his handles and quickness. Coach Stewart said “You have the heart of a champion. You are a player that I have loved coaching not by being the best player but by being the best You can be on the court. Every time I knew you were out there giving it your all. Continue to work on the little things like ball handling with both hands, conditioning for defense, and beating your opponent to the spot. Get up shots consistently to gain confidence in your shot from the perimeter.”

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Alexavier Jackson

Copperas Cove, Texas

School: S C Lee Junior High School
Position: Point Guard
Height:
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: Kyrie Irving & Kobe Bryant 
Class: 2027
Uniform Number: #171

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Player Evaluation

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Alec Terzian

La Canada, California

School:
Position: Shooting Guard
Height: 5' 3"
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: Kobe Bryant 
Class: 2027
Uniform Number: #172

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Player Evaluation

Terzian, a 5’3 prospect from California and part of the class of 2027, was solid throughout the camp and has good fundamentals for the game at his age. When it comes to his strengths, he was able to find success with his perimeter shooting and in catch and shoot situations, having a good quick release. He spaced the floor well and moved without the ball, looking to create opportunities. Coach Epps said “You did a great job throughout the camp. You did a great job in knocking down open shots. Continue to stay positive on the floor and communicate with your teammates. Continue to work on your ball handling and creating space and finishing around the basket. Great job this weekend and look forward to the future with your game.”

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Kaiyin Johnson

Indianapolis, Indiana

School: Northgrave Elementary
Position: Point Guard
Height:
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: Ja Morant
Class: 2031
Uniform Number: #173

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Player Evaluation

Coming July 28-31st of 2022
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Aiden Macdonald

Trumbull, Connecticut

School: Madison Middle School
Position: Point Guard
Height: 4' 11"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Jayson Tatum 
Class: 2028
Uniform Number: #174

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Player Evaluation

MacDonald, a 4’11 prospect from Connecticut and part of the class of 2028, was a guard that constantly moves on the court and is looking to make plays, and knows how to get to the open spots for his shot. He was also able to make good decisions and passes, and had good vision and court sense. Good guard that can knock down shots all weekend long. Next in his development, MacDonald can continue to work on his use of his off hand, his quickness, and scoring more off the dribble. Coach Cooper said “I had a blast coaching you. You are a guard that consistently moves without the ball and finds the open spots. Improve being more aggressive and more assertive. Improve your range on your shot as well and your ball handling.”

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Keagan Schrader

Elk Grove, California

School: Florence Markofer Elementary
Position: Shooting Guard
Height: 5' 0"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Russell Westbrook
Class: 2028
Uniform Number: #175

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Player Evaluation

Schrader, a 5’0 prospect from California and part of the class of 2028, had a strong showing overall and really was able to showcase his ability to be dynamic on the court offensively and can continue to work on his impact on the defensive end. He was strong with his shot-making, finding open spots and shooting off the dribble, as well as being able to penetrate and make plays. Skilled ball-handler and passer on the court. Coach Crenshaw said “He has a great shot. He is able to penetrate to the rim whenever he wants. He needs to work on his body language and getting back on defense. He has a bright future if he can work on those areas.”

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Gatlin Gafford

Lubbock, Texas

School: Trinity Christian
Position: Shooting Guard
Height:
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: Michael Jordan
Class: 2029
Uniform Number: #176

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Player Evaluation

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Miller Haltom

Jackson, Tennessee

School: 
Position: Point Guard
Height: 5' 2"
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: AJ Brown
Class: 2028
Uniform Number: #177

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Player Evaluation

Haltom, a 5’2 prospect from Tennessee and part of the class of 2028, is a guard that was able to show flashes in his game but the best years are to come as he continues to develop his overall feel for the game. But he was really able to make his mark on the game with his ability to show his range from multiple levels, as well as moving without the ball, constantly playing hard on both ends, and his on-ball defense as well. Next in his development, Haltom can continue to work on his transition defense, getting strong in penetrating and making plays, as well as working on his use of his off hand. Coach Holmes said “Courage and confidence is the two most important words I desire to share with you. Never forget the strengths that you possess. Believe that you can even when others doubt. Keep grinding and working hard; remain focused.”

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Charlie Bradbury

Dallas, Texas

School:
Position: Shooting Guard
Height:
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: Luka Doncic
Class: 2029
Uniform Number: #178

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Player Evaluation

Coming July 28-31st of 2022
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Max Montgomery

Jackson, Tennessee

School: University School of Jackson
Position: Shooting Guard
Height: 5' 1"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Stephen Curry & Ja Morant
Class: 2028
Uniform Number: #179

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Player Evaluation

Montgomery, a 5’1 prospect from Tennessee and part of the class of 2028, really excelled as a guard on the court. The 5’1 guard did a strong job in being a playmaker on the court, especially with the ball in his hands but he was also able to make his presence felt in other areas of the floor.  Montgomery did a great job in getting paint touches and finishing well around the basket, but also making the right reads and finding his teammates. He had a nice blend of his game in being a team-player but also scoring when the opportunity was there. He was also strong on the boards for his position. Next in his development, Montgomery can continue to work on his on and off the ball defense as well as shooting off the dribble. Coach Harrison said “Max, it has been a great coaching you the last few days. Keep on working, this information is to help you grow. Continue to work on moving without the ball, cutting to the basket can help you score. Don’t be scared to be aggressive on the court and keep growing on your skillset.”

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Malik McClain-Brown

San Diego, California

School: Dale Elementary
Position: Shooting Guard
Height: 5' 1"
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: Michael Jordan
Class: 2029
Uniform Number: #180

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Player Evaluation

Brown, a 5’1 prospect from California, really excelled in certain areas of the court which was impressive for his age but there are still areas where he can continue to work on. As far as his strengths, he was strong with his basketball IQ and effort, his range on his shot, his ability to make plays and get downhill, his ability to finish and ball-handling, and his vision/court sense. Next in his development, continue to work on shooting off the dribble more and your back to the basket moves.  Coach Stewart said “You understand the game well already for your age but don’t that stop you from continuing to soak up more knowledge and improve your game. Continue to work on being a vocal leader and helping your teammates out. Really continue to work on your off hand.”

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Keaton Thomas

Kermit, Texas

School:
Position: Point Guard
Height: 5' 1"
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: Russell Westbrook 
Class: 2029
Uniform Number: #181

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Player Evaluation

Thomas, a 5’1 prospect from Texas, is a young player that is still developing his offensive feel but made his presence felt in other areas of the court especially on the defensive side of the ball. Whether it was his on-ball, off-ball, or transition defense, Thomas was strong, showing good quickness to stay in front and footwork. Was able to make plays when he penetrated and created but also knocked down shots off the ball. Coach Baumgartner said “Work to become a leader. Leaders need to do what is expected from their coaches. Play hard and together. Work to play off ball to get easy buckets and when to move. Love your effort on the court.”

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Amarion D. Stone

Sacramento, California

School: Larry Meeks Academy
Position: Point Guard
Height: 5' 1"
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: Stephen Curry 
Class: 2031
Uniform Number: #182

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Player Evaluation

Stone, a 5’1 prospect from California and part of the class of 2031, is going to be a name to jot down and keep for future, as he showed a lot of promise for a player of his age. His areas of strength were his ability to effective from multiple levels, finishing and creating at his size, his mechanics, his ball-handling for his size, and much more; he was very strong as a young prospect. Next in his development, Stone can continue to improve being a bigger presence with his back to the basket and his footwork. Coach Jenny said “I loved getting the opportunity to coach you. You showed the ability to knock down open shots, attack the rim, and push and kick in transition. Continue to work on moving without the ball and trusting your teammates, and your overall IQ. I expect big things from you in the future but just continue to improve your game and lead by example.”

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Isaiah Peoples

Trabuco Canyon, California

School: Tijeras Creek Elementary
Position: Point Guard
Height: 5' 0"
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: Kobe Bryant
Class: 2029
Uniform Number: #183

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Player Evaluation

Peoples, a 5’0 prospect from California and part of the class of 2029, really showed that he has a smooth early feel to his game and has the ultimate confidence in his shot-making ability. He really was able to excel in showing his range and being a scorer from multiple levels, shooting off the dribble or in catch and shoot situations, and with a nice, confident release. When in transition, he was able to use his speed and get by defenders, read the floor well, and get to the rim, finding ways to finish.Crafty and scrappy guard. Coach Betts said “Has a smooth shooting stroke with deep range. Crafty handle and can finish well in transition. Has to be more mentally tough on the court and has to be engaged when shots aren’t falling.”

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Brayden Volpa

Fresno, California

School:
Position: Shooting Guard
Height: 5' 3"
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: Stephen Curry
Class: 2028
Uniform Number: #184

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Player Evaluation

Volpa, a 5’3 prospect from California and part of the class of 2028, was a quiet player but one that continued to make plays all throughout the court and make his presence felt. As far as his strengths, Volpa was strong with his shot-making ability from the perimeter, as well as showing a confidence release and great timing. He was also very good in transition defense and has good structure with his handles and passing abilities. Next in your development, continue to work on your ability to penetrate and get inside as well as back to the basket moves and shooting off the dribble. Coach Cooper said “You quietly made plays on defense and was really good in transition offense. Improve on penetrating to the basket and knocking down your mid-range jumper. Also improve on your on-ball defense by moving your feet more.”

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Jordan Hsu

Pleasanton, California

School: Harvest Park Middle School
Position: Point Guard
Height: 5' 1"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Steve Nash
Class: 2028
Uniform Number: #185

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Player Evaluation

Hsu, a 5’1 prospect from California and part of the class of 2028, was really able to open some eyes about his game and showcase not only his ability to be an offensive threat but impact the game in a variety of other ways. Hsu excelled with his shot-making ability, showing range and confidence from multiple levels, as well as a fluid motion and release.  But he was strong in being a pest on defense, using his quickness to his advantage on both ends, and just making plays in several areas.  Next in his development, Hsu can continue to work on finishing stronger as well as adding more to his offensive arsenal.  Coach Watts said “Hsu was a joy all weekend long. Continue to put in the work on both offense and defense, adding more to your game. Also continue to work on your shot and getting stronger, as well as being more active.”

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Cian James Tejadillo

Stockton, California

School: George Komure Elementary School
Position: Shooting Guard
Height: 4' 9"
Weight:
Hometown: Stephen Curry
Class: 2030
Uniform Number: #186

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Player Evaluation

Tejadillo, a 4’9 prospect from California and part of the class of 2030, was a strong performer at the camp and it will be interesting to see how he continues to develop as a player overall with more work and development. As far as his strengths go, Tejadillo excelled with his shooting motion and mechanics, having a good release and form. He also was able to use his handles well, create off the dribble, and penetrate the defense. He has above average footwork at his age and loved how he competed on the boards at his position. Coach Betts said “Didn’t realize how good he was until we did drills. Has to be more aggressive and confident in his game. Great teammate, extremely coachable, competes hard on both sides and only got better with each game.”

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Liam Reyes

Lathrop, California

School: Joseph Wildmer Elementary
Position: Small Forward
Height: 4' 10"
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: Klay Thompson & Shaquille O'Neal 
Class: 2030
Uniform Number: #187

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Player Evaluation

Reyes, a 4’10 prospect from California, had a solid outing throughout the camp and was strong in several areas but can continue to develop his overall feel for the game. The areas that he was strong in was his attitude and team play, his passing ability with the ball in his hands and finding the open teammates, his defensive presence both on and off the ball as well as in transition, and his footwork and vision on the floor.  Next in his development, Reyes can continue to work on his shot-making ability from multiple levels and ability to get inside the paint more with his ability to penetrate. Coach Jackson said “Liam did a solid job. He was consistent over the weekend with his team play. I would consider him a glue guy; good solid attitude, passes and cuts well.  Goes to the open spots on the floor. He will need to continue to work on all faults of his game but overall, he had a good showing.”

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Zavian Willis

Lubbock, Texas

School: Heritage Middle School 
Position: Point Guard
Height: 
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: LeBron James
Class: 2027
Uniform Number: #188

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Player Evaluation

Coming July 28-31st of 2022
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Carter King

Muncie, Indiana

School: Cowan
Position: Point Guard 
Height: 4' 11"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: LaMelo Ball
Class: 2028
Uniform Number: #189

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Player Evaluation

King, a 4’11 prospect from Indiana and part of the class of 2028, had a good overall weekend at the camp and played extremely hard.  He had a great attitude and mentality throughout and was able to make plays with his shot-making ability as well as in a variety of other ways. King was strong in showing his range on his shot, as well as his mechanics. And even though listed at 4’11, he played scrappy and battled to make those impact players coaches love. Next in his development, King can continue to work on his ball-handling and his ability to make plays with either hand, as well as being stronger and getting downhill more. Coach Holmes said “When I think of the word tenacity, you immediately come to mind. I ask that you continue to work hard toward your goal. You are just at the beginning of stage of your career and will be a vital tool for your team down the road. Keep grinding and remember to focus on the goal at hand.”

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Brody Pierson

Rocklin, California

School: Cottonwood Home School
Position: Point Guard
Height: 5' 1"
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: Stephen Curry
Class: 2028
Uniform Number: #190

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Player Evaluation

Pierson, a 5’1 prospect from California and part of the class of 2028, was a strong young talent that has potential in his game as he continues to work on his skillset and grow as a player. He was strong in several areas of the floor but was at his best when he was showing his ability to get to the basket to finish, show off his craftiness in his handles, his ability to be a willing passer, and work hard in transition defense. Next in his development, Pierson can continue to work on his back to the basket moves and his shot-making from three. Coach Cooper said “You are a skilled guard that gets his teammates involved and to their spots. There were times where you passed up shots and I thought you should take them. Great hands on defense but also need to work on moving your feet.  Make sure you are more vocal as a leader on the court and work on adding a floater to your game.”

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Michael Joseph

Nanuet, New York

School: A. MacArthur Barr Middle School
Position: Point Guard
Height: 4' 10"
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: Stephen Curry
Class: 2028
Uniform Number: #191

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Player Evaluation

Joseph, a 4’10 prospect from New York and part of the class of 2028, was one of the smaller players on the team but played with tremendous heart and attitude for the game. It will be interesting to see how he continues to develop as a player and where the game will lead him. He was the ultimate team player, played hard on both sides of the floor, and showed strong vision and court awareness. Joseph really tried to make his presence felt in other areas of the game and played hard. Next in his development, Joseph can continue to work on being more aggressive and making plays off the dribble. Coach Harrison said “Michael, it was great coaching you over the camp. I hope this helps you grow as a player and a person. As I have said all camp, you are a young and growing player. Keep building on all aspects of your game. You get after it at all times. Not scared to set screens and go after the ose balls. That is all done from heart.”

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Brayden Gallant

Syracuse, Utah

School: Cook Elementary
Position: Small Forward
Height: 5' 2"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Ja Morant & Kawhi Leonard
Class: 2029
Uniform Number: #192

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Player Evaluation

Gallant, a 5’2 prospect from Utah, has a good base to his game at a young age and has a chance to really be a solid player further down the road as he continues to develop. When talking about his strengths, Gallant did a great job in working hard and showing his athleticism on the court. He had a good base overall in his offensive game but could continue to add more levels to his game and get better overall. He also was able to make an impact outside of scoring the ball. Next in his development, just continue to work on your rebounding and adding more overall to your game; the little things. Coach Robbs said “great athlete that work hard and wants to help his team win. He just needs to work on blocking out. He can get to the rim with proper positioning; he will rule the rim.”

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Braylon Twitchell

Roy, Utah

School: Sandridge Junior High
Position: Shooting Guard
Height: 
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Donovan Mitchell
Class: 2027
Uniform Number: #193

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Player Evaluation

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Quentin Swanner

Gas City, Indiana

School: Mississinewa- RJ Basket
Position: Shooting Guard
Height: 5' 3"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: LeBron James
Class: 2027
Uniform Number: #194

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Player Evaluation

Swanner, a 5’3 prospect from Indiana and part of the class of 2027, was able to be effective in areas but is also a developing young prospect that should only get better. He had a great attitude for the game and wanted to learn, as well as being very coachable.  His areas of strengths in his game was his shooting mechanics, his ball handling, his passing ability and seeing the floor, and making plays off the dribble.  Next in his development, Swanner can continue to improve his range and shot-making ability on the court, as well as his defense and moving without the ball. Coach Chapman said “It was a pleasure coaching Quentin at the camp. Continue to work on the fundamentals of the game, including your shooting ability and your knowledge of the game, understanding the game and being effective. Also continue to work on your defensive impact.”

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Jace Castillo

Layton, Utah

School: Creekside Elementary
Position: Point Guard
Height: 4' 6"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Jayson Tatum
Class: 2031
Uniform Number: #195

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Player Evaluation

Castillo, a 4’6 prospect from Utah and part of the class of 2031, was quite useful on the court and can’t wait to see how he continues to develop as a player. His areas of strength were his attitude for the game, his range inside the arc, his release and shooting mechanics, his passing ability, his transition defense, his rebounding, and vision, as well as his ability to finish. Coach Jenny said “Loved getting to coach you. You showed great ability to make catch and shoot shots, you moved the ball well and within the offense, and gave great effort on the court. Continue to make improvements in your handles and creating open shots for yourself, as well as developing your left hand more. Work on dribbling drills and watch tons of game to get a better understanding. You had a great camp and have tremendous promise in your game.”

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Braylon Smith

Gastonia, North Carolina

School: Grier Middle School
Position: Point Guard
Height:
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: Jayson Tatum
Class: 2028
Uniform Number: #196

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Player Evaluation

Smith, a 5’6 prospect from North Carolina and part of the class of 2028, was able to leave his impression at the camp and opened some eyes about this rising prospect from NC. Where Smith excelled at was his ability to penetrate and make plays in the open floor and get inside the defense, as well as his abili yto knockdown shots in certain situations.  He was also one of the strongest defenders on his team, whether it was on or off the ball, as well as transition defense. Next in his development, he can continue to add more range to his shot from multiple levels and work on his footwork. Coach Watts said “Must work on getting more balanced on his shot and has to work on his pull-up game. Start understanding and changing speeds on the court, as well as understanding certain situations on the court/ clock management. Loved your effort on the defensive end.”

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Cooper Nakaoka

Honolulu, Hawaii

School: Punahou School
Position: Point Guard
Height: 
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Lamelo Ball
Class: 2030
Uniform Number: #197

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Player Evaluation

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Aiden Abelardo

San Marcos, California

School: Double Peak Middle School
Position: Point Guard
Height: 5' 2"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Kobe Bryant
Class: 2028
Uniform Number: #198

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Player Evaluation

Abelardo, a 5’2 prospect from California and part of the class of 2028, is one that should only build off his experience and continue to develop into a solid player. The areas he was strong in was his ability to knock down shots from outside and inside the arc, get to his spots and have a quick release, handle the ball in transition and make plays off the bounce, find his teammates, and be strong defensively. Coach Harrison said “Keep building on your defense. Stop over dribbling the ball. When you see the play starting to happen, you have to make the first pass and not force it. You have a lot of time for growth, so keep working hard and be a leader.”

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Elijah Lim

Morgan Hill, California

School: Charter School of Morgan Hill
Position: Small Forward
Height: 
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Stephen Curry
Class: 2030
Uniform Number: #199

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Player Evaluation

Coming July 28-31st of 2022