Monday, August 31, 2015

P2Bball and DMV Preps Chime In On Future Phenom Camp


The Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom was loaded with media. DVP Preps and P2Bball were two of the companies he building. Both have released a few articles in the Future Phenom Camp. Check out their stories below. 

P2BBall 

Jayden Brown Future Star Watch

Future Phenom Camp Class of 2020 Positional Rankings 

Devin Houston Arrives From The Show Me State

Future Phenom Camp Top Defenders 

DMV PREPS 

Darius Tilghman and Gionn Swann Shine At Spotlight 

Kenny Womack is Officially in The Building!

Sunday, August 30, 2015

Future Phenom Camp Class of 2020 Top Performers Part 2 (Stock Risers)

Jalen Cone (North Carolina)

The Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp Class of 2020 was crowded with some of the top players in the nation. As we continue our coverage of the Class of 2020 we will take a look at the players that used the Future Phenom Camp to raise their stock. 

Future Phenom Camp Class of 2020 Top Performers Part 2 (Stock Risers) 

Jalen Cone Guard (North Carolina)- Last year during this time Cone introduced himself to the country at the Future Phenom Camp. This time around the lead guard came to Maryland and took the event by storm. Jalen handled both guard positions but impressed me the most at the point guard spot. I love his quickness, court awareness, ball handling and creativity. He got up and down the floor in a blur and was able get passed defenders in the half court set. On the scoring end Cone also know how to fill it up. He can drop buckets from all three levels. His biggest compliment came from his coach who stated, “Cone if the most coachable kid in the camp. Even though he’s talented he remains very focused and started straight in my eyes during timeouts” he finished.

Andrew King Forward (Pennsylvania)- We didn’t get to see much of King during the AAU season but he made up for it at the Future Phenom Camp. King used a strong frame and soft touch to feast on the defenders in Maryland. He’s moved out of that project status and now can he looked at as a producer. I see a lot more confidence in his game and moves appear to be more polished. He’s making a strong run at the top prospect spot in Pennsylvania. 

 Richie Greaves Guard (New Jersey)- The Garden State floor general has grown a few inches and his game shows it. Now he plays stronger with the rock which allows him to get anywhere he wants on the floor. He demonstrated good court vision and over all feel for the game. He has more confidence in his outside shot even though he will have to raise his release point before he reaches high school.

Keyshawn Johnson Guard (Washington, DC)- I would be hard for Johnson to top his performance from last year’s camp but he showed some overall improvements that helped him make this list. When I watched Johnson rock he seemed to make a more conscious effort to be a pass first type of guard. He’s added the drive, draw and dish factor to his game. This is important because it gives him another weapon to add to his arsenal and makes him more attractive to high school coaches. 

Qaadir Maneri Guard (New York)- Maneri had his mind made up to score the rock before he arrived at the Future Phenom Camp. Because once the games started the power guard used strength and knack to score to pile up numbers. He has supreme body control and excels well in transition. His next step will be to develop more of an outside shot to keep the defense honest. 

Justin Lewis Forward (Maryland)- Lewis has gotten stronger and longer since we checked him out last year. He now can hold a position on the blocks and finish in traffic. He now comfortable with putting the rock on the deck especially along the baseline. When he’s in his groove he’s fun to watch and difficult to contain. 

Isaiah Kennedy Guard (Ohio)- Kennedy returned to the Future Phenom Camp and staked his claim as a guard to be reckoned with. He carries defenders to the cup and uses his feel for the game to make plays. His crafty handle and low dribble gets him into the lane at will and he will drain the outside jumper especially if he’s left open. 

Jeremy Roach Guard (Maryland)- Roach has been one of the hottest names in the summer and he capped it off with his play at the Future Phenom Camp. The scoring guard started the camp on cruise control but turned up the volume as the games intensified. He looks his best when pushing the rock in transition and converting over shot blockers. 

Travis Gray Guard (New York)- The Syracuse native first caught our eye at the MDC and continued to impress us at the Future Phenom Camp. He has a mean ratchet from the perimeter but I like his size and the potential he has. He’s a big time finisher and runs the floor like a deer. Don’t be surprised if he emerges as one of the top prospects when it’s said and done.

Saturday, August 29, 2015

Future Phenom Camp Class of 2020 Top Performers Part 1 (Usual Suspects)

Terrence Williams (Maryland)

The Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp Class of 2020 was crowded with some of the top players in the nation. Some of the participants were players that have been on the Spotlight scene for years. So our first look will be at the Usual Suspects that got busy in Maryland. 

Future Phenom Camp Class of 2020 Top Performers Part 1 (Usual Suspects) 

Terrence Williams Forward (Maryland)- This season we touted Williams as one of the most productive and dominant forces in the country. He proved this and more at the Future Phenom Camp. Big Smoove dominated on the baseline and in the paint. His touch is superb and his footwork helps separate him from his peers. I also was impressed with his improved leaping ability, he showed he could play above the rim and swatted shots all weekend. He was awarded MVP of this event after leading his team to the championship.

Isaiah Todd Forward (Virginia)- It’s hard to look at Todd and not drop your jaw because of his oozing talent. He runs the floor like a gazelle and finishes with the best of them. Now what’s really scary is Todd is now putting the rock on the floor and creating moves. His next step will be to extend his range on his outside shot. That shouldn’t take long because whoever is developing this kid is doing a great job. You might be looking at the future of basketball in DMV. 

 Jordan Toles Guard (Maryland)- The high flying guard is a joy to watch in transition as he has no problem attacking the rim. He’s one of the best slashers in the country and showed an improvement in his ball handling and decision making. Once Toles goes full speed it’s hard to slow him down. This kid get things done in this atmosphere.

Hunter Dickinson Forward (Virginia)- Hunter jumped into the Top 6 of the camp because he virtually dominated the game from the defensive end. He blocked and altered shots all weekend while also making driving guards think twice before they got to the rim. On offense he showed good touch on his face up jumper and was a viable finisher in close. 

Cameron Byers Forward (Maryland)- Big Cam threw his body around all weekend. He pinned defenders deep under the cup and converted in the paint. I like how he has been running the floor lately and putting the rock on the deck. It will be hard for him to turn into a natural three but he could dangerous and quick four. 

Che Evans Forward (Maryland)- One of the hottest names in the country made his appearance on Sunday and put in some work. He’s difficult to check on this level because he has the size and skill set to get a clean look on demand. He rocked defenders to sleep with his handle then used a slick step back move to nail jumpers. Evans can also take a smaller defender to the blocks and operate. It’s a great coincidence that he plays for Team Melo because his game is similar to the NY Knicks star.

Tyler Brelsford Guard (Maryland)- Brelsford didn’t start the camp out on fire but he gradually found his groove as the weekend went on. He seems to be growing so I think that his game is adjusting. He was still able to set up teammates and do some scoring on his own. If this growth spurt continues the rest of the guards in the country need to watch out. 

Montez Mathis Forward (Maryland)- Mathis had some tough matchups at this event but the young forward held his own. He has decent footwork and battles hard for position on the post. I like his motor and willingness to compete against bigger defenders. When you factor in his young age, developing skills and potential size. He could be something special down the road.

Friday, August 28, 2015

Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp Class of 2020 Top 30 Player Rankings


The Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp Class of 2020 Top 30 Player Rankings are listed below. These rankings are strictly based on their performance at the camp. 

Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp Class of 2020 Top 30 Player Rankings 

1. Terrence Williams (Maryland)
2. Jyare Davis (Delaware)
3. Jalen Cone (North Carolina)
4. Jordan Toles (Maryland)
5. Andrew King (Pennsylvania)
6. Hunter Dickinson (Washington, DC)
7. Che Evans (Maryland)
8. Cameron Byers (Maryland)
9. Luke Kasubke (Missouri)
10. Isaiah LeBlanc (Texas)
11. Isaiah Todd (Virginia)
12. Rashad McDaniels (Missouri)
13. Justin Lewis (Maryland)
14. Keyshawn Johnson (Maryland)
15. Jeremy Roach (Maryland)
16. Qaadir Maneri (New York)
17. Zach Martini (New Jersey)
18. Montez McNeil (Maryland)
19. Tyler Brelsford (Maryland)
20. Tiger Sims (Maryland)
21. Richie Greaves (New Jersey)
22. Rahim Ali (Maryland)
23. Chase Ellis (Georgia)
24. Isaiah Kennedy (Ohio)
25. Kenny Womack (Maryland)
26. Tommy Anderson (Nevada)
27. Omar Haidara (New Jersey)
28. Travis Gray (New York)
29. Rico Lang (Maryland)
30, Beau Everett (Virginia) 

Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp Class of 2021 Top 30 Player Rankings


The Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp Class of 2021 Top 30 Player Rankings are listed below. These rankings are strictly based on their performance at the camp. 

Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp Class of 2021 Top 30 Player Rankings 

1. Donnell Harris (Florida)
2. Ryan Conway (Maryland)
3. Zion Harmon (Washington, DC)
4. Meechie Johnson (Ohio)
5. Shane Dezonie (New Jersey)
6. Trevor Keels (Maryland)
7. Jayden Brown (New Jersey)
8. Caleb Furst (Indiana)
9. Brayon Freeman (Maryland)
10. Ahmad Harrison (Maryland)
11. Julius Ellerbe (Maryland)
12. Khalil Brantley (Georgia)
13. Jalen Hammond (New Jersey)
14. Christopher Ford (North Carolina)
15. Marcus Moore (Canada)
16. Kevin Miller (Illinois)
17. Tristan Jeffries (New Jersey)
18. Khalil Farmer (Pennsylvania)
19. Drake Booker (Nevada)
20. Justice Williams (Pennsylvania)
21. Isaiah Thompson (New York)
22. Elijah Hawkins (Washington, DC)
23. Trey Thomas (Maryland)
24. Jiaan Sehhat (Virginia)
25. Darius Tilghman (Maryland)
26. William Jeffrees (Pennsylvania)
27. Keon Henderson (Michigan)
28. Karell Booker (Maryland)
29. James Madill (New York)
30. Shane Lancaster (Maryland)


Thursday, August 27, 2015

Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp Class of 2022 Top 25 Player Rankings


The Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp Class of 2022 Top 25 Player Rankings are listed below. These rankings are strictly based on their performance at the camp. 

Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp Class of 2022 Top 25 Player Rankings 

1. Sonny Johnson Jr. (Ohio) 
2. Jarace Walker (Pennsylvania) 
3. Jaden Bradley (North Carolina) 
4. Tyler Hawkins (New York) 
5. Francisco Mattei (New York) 
6. Dylan Williamson (Maryland) 
7. Nikkoa Kavanas (Virginia) 
8. Robert Martin (Missouri) 
9. Tyrone Hardy (North Carolina) 
10. Sammy Scott (Maryland) 
11. Carlos Lopez (New Jersey) 
12. AJ Thomas (Maryland) 
13. Antonio Hamlin (Maryland) 
14. Gionn Swann (Virginia) 
15. Isa Khalid (New York) 
16. Asa White (North Carolina) 
17. Lorenzo Perez (New Jersey) 
18. Jonathan Lamothe (Maryland) 
19. Devin Dinkins (Maryland) 
20. George Cutler (Virginia) 
21. Evan Young (Utah) 
22. Raekwon Honeyblue (Maryland) 
23. Dean Newsome (Pennsylvania) 
24. Mykel Kelly (Pennsylvania) 
25. Ashton Henderson (Michigan)

Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp Class of 2023 Top 20 Player Rankings


The Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp Class of 2023 Top 20 Player Rankings are listed below. These rankings are strictly based on their performance at the camp. 

Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp Class of 2023 Top 20 Player Rankings

1. Sebastian Robinson (New Jersey) 
2. Samartine Bogues (Maryland) 
3. Khoi Thurmond (Illinois) 
4. Cameron Gillus (Virginia) 
5. Christian Bliss (New York) 
6. Jomani Wright (New York) 
7. Derrick Queen (Maryland) 
8. Jahkary Towns (Michigan) 
9. Miles Williams (Texas) 
10. Ty’renne Hynson (Delaware) 
11. Curtis Staie (New York) 
12. Andrew Dixon (Maryland) 
13. Karim Harris (Maryland) 
14. Kinard Wyche (Maryland) 
15. Devin Minor (Maryland) 
16. Tyler Flowers (Delaware) 
17. DJ Dormu (Washington, DC) 
18. Anthony Graziano (New Jersey) 
19. Bryce Flowers (Delaware) 
20. Justin Bumbray (Maryland)

Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp Class of 2024/2025 Top 20 Player Rankings


The Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp Class of 2024/2025 Top 20 Player Rankings are listed below. These rankings are strictly based on their performance at the camp. 

Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp Class of 2024/2025 Top 20 Player Rankings

1. Nykolas Lewis (Maryland) 
2. Tariq Robinson (New Jersey) 
3. Daveyon Lynder (Maryland) 
4. Davon Grant (New Jersey) 
5. Jerry Easter (Ohio) 
6. John Mobley Jr. (Ohio) 
7. Chance Mallory (Virginia) 
8. Anthony Saunders (New York) 
9. Tyrin Bizelle (Maryland) 
10. Jaden Colzie (Maryland) 
11. Travis UpChurch (Maryland) 
12. Nick Byrd (Virginia) 
13. Blake Harper (Washington DC) 
14. Elijah Flowers (New York) 
15. Marcus Blackwell (Michigan) 
16. Anthony Pope (Maryland) 
17. Aaron Hernandez (Maryland) 
18. Moses Blackwell (Michigan) 
19. Joseph Boddie (Ohio) 
20. Matt Ellis (Ohio)

Wednesday, August 26, 2015

Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp Class Of 2020 Awards Winners

Terrence Williams (Maryland)

The Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp Class of 2020 was loaded with top ball players. Here’s a breakdown of the awards from the big weekend in Maryland. 

Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp Class Of 2020 Awards Winners


MVP: Terrence Williams 

All Camp Top 6 (Including MVP) 

Jalen Cone (North Carolina) 

Jyare’ Davis (Delaware) 

Jordan Toles (Maryland) 

Hunter Dickinson (Virginia) 

Andrew King (Pennsylvania)

Mr. Hustle: Luke Kasubke (Missouri) 

Best Playmaker: Jalen Cone (North Carolina) 

Best Teammate: Isaiah LeBlanc (Texas) 

Best Prospect: Isaiah Todd (Virginia) 

Best Defender: Hunter Dickinson (Virginia) 

Camp Team Champs: Pittsburgh

Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp Class Of 2021 Awards Winners

Donnell Harris (Florida)

The Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp Class of 2021 was loaded with top ball players. Here’s a breakdown of the awards from the big weekend in Maryland. 

Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp Class Of 2021 Awards Winners


MVP: Donnell Harris (Florida) 

All Camp Top 6 (Including MVP) 

Ryan Conway (Maryland) 

Zion Harmon (Washington, D.C.) 

Meechie Johnson (Ohio) 

Shane Dezonie (Pennsylvania) 

Trevor Keels (Maryland)

Mr. Hustle: Drake Booker (Nevada) 

Best Playmaker: Meechie Johnson (Ohio) 

Best Teammate: Christopher Ford (North Carolina) 

Best Prospect: Donnell Harris (Florida) 

Best Defender: Tristan Jeffries (New Jersey) 

Camp Team Champs: Michigan State

Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp Class Of 2022 Awards Winners

Sonny Johnson Jr. (Ohio)

The Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp Class of 2022 was loaded with top ball players. Here’s a breakdown of the awards from the big weekend in Maryland. 

Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp Class Of 2022 Awards Winners


MVP: Sonny Johnson Jr. (Ohio) 

All Camp Top 6 (Including MVP) 

Francisco Mattei (New York) 

Jarace Walker (Pennsylvania) 

Jaden Bradley (North Carolina) 

Tyler Hawkins (New York) 

Dylan Williamson (Maryland)



Mr. Hustle: Dean Newsome (Pennsylvania) 

Best Playmaker: Tyler Hawkins (New York) 

Best Teammate: Devin Dinkins (Maryland) 

Best Prospect: Jarace Walker (Pennsylvania) 

Best Defender: Tyrone Hardy (North Carolina) 

Camp Team Champs: Florida

Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp Class Of 2023 Awards Winners

Sebastian Robinson (New Jersey)

The Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp Class of 2023 had some of the top players in the country. Here’s a breakdown of the awards from the big weekend in Maryland. 

Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp Class Of 2023 Awards Winners

MVP: Sebastian Robinson (New Jersey) 

All Camp Top 6 (Including MVP) 

Samartine Bogues (Maryland) 

Christian Bliss (New York) 

Khoi Thurmond (Illinois) 

Cameron Gillus (Virginia)

Jomani Wright (New York)



Mr. Hustle: Tyler Flowers (Delaware) 

Best Playmaker: Samartine Bogues (Maryland) 

Best Teammate: Khoi Thurmond (Illinois) 

Best Prospect: Sebastian Robinson (New Jersey) 

Best Defender: Devin Minor (Maryland) 

Camp Team Champs: Oregon

Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp Class Of 2024/2025 Awards Winners

Nykolas Lewis (Maryland)

The Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp Class of 2024/2025 had some of the top players in the country. Here’s a breakdown of the awards from the big weekend in Maryland. 

Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp Class Of 2024/2025 Awards Winners

MVP: Nykolas Lewis (Maryland) 

All Camp Top 6 (Including MVP) 

John Mobley Jr. (Ohio) 

Daveyon Lynder (Maryland) 

Davon Grant (New Jersey) 

Tariq Robinson (New Jersey) 

Jerry Easter (Ohio)

Mr. Hustle: Elijah Flowers (New York) 

Best Playmaker: Tariq Robinson (New Jersey) 

Best Teammate: Chance Mallory (Virginia) 

Best Prospect: Nykolas Lewis (Maryland) 

Best Defender: Vere Anthony (New York)

Camp Team Champs: Texas

Tuesday, August 25, 2015

Team IZOD/ Sports U Holding Grammar Tryouts


Team IZOD/Sports U will be hosting tryouts for their grammar school program. The details are on the flyer and listed below. 

Team IZOD Grammar School Tryout 
Date: August 29th and 30th 
Grades: 5th Thru 8th 
Time: 2:00 PM 
Place: East Coast Condition 
216 Tingley LN Edison, NJ 08820 

Contact Coaches: Reggie: regnron333@gmail.com 
Brian: Ballazbasketball@gmail.com 

Players Must Attend both days to be considered for any team.

Jyare' Davis Getting Busy During Drills At Future Phenom Camp

Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp Class Of 2020 All Star Game Participants


The Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp featured some of the top players in the country. The Class of 2020 was stacked. Here’s a look at the players that played in the Future Phenom Camp All Star Game. 

East Team 
1. Hunter Dickinson (Virginia) 
2. Iyare Davis (Delaware) 
3. Cameron Byers (Maryland) 
4. Jeremy Roach (Virginia) 
5. Keyshawn Johnson (Maryland) 
6. Andrew King (Pennsylvania) 
7. Qaadir Maneri (New Jersey) 
8. Che Evans (Maryland) 
9. Tiger Simms (Maryland) 
10. Isaiah LeBlanc (Texas) 
11. Richie Greaves (New Jersey) 
12. Montez McNeil (Maryland) 

West Team 
1. Terrence Williams (Maryland) 
2. Jalen Cone (North Carolina) 
3. Isaiah Todd (Virginia) 
4. Tyler Brelsford (Maryland) 
5. Jordan Toles (Maryland) 
6. Justin Lewis (Maryland) 
7. Luke Kasubke (Missouri) '
8. Zach Martini (New Jersey) 
9. Rico Lang (Maryland) 
10. Isaiah Kennedy (Ohio) 
11. Kenny Womack (Maryland) 
12. Tommy Anderson (Nevada)

Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp Class Of 2021 All Star Game Participants


The Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp featured some of the top players in the country. The Class of 2021 was one of the best at this event. Here’s a look at the players that played in the Future Phenom Camp All Star Game. 

East Team 
1. Ahmad Harrison (Maryland) 
2. Caleb Furst (Indiana) 
3. Meechie Johnson (Ohio) 
4. Brayon Freeman (Maryland) 
5. Ryan Conway (Maryland) 
6. Donnell Harris (Florida) 
7. Marcus Moore (Canada) 
8. Shane Dezonie (Pennsylvania) 
9. Jalen Hammond (New Jersey) 
10. Kevin Miller (Illinois)
11. Elijah Hawkins (Washington, D.C.) 
12. Isaiah Thompson (New York) 
13. Justice Williams (Pennsylvania)

West Team 
1. Khalil Brantley (Georgia) 
2. Zion Harmon (Washington, D.C.) 
3. Trevor Keels (Washington, D.C.) 
4. Drake Booker (Nevada) 
5. Tristan Jeffries (New Jersey) 
6. Christopher Ford (North Carolina) 
7. Keon Henderson (Michigan) 
8. Carlos Alexander (Maryland) 
9. Trey Thomas (Maryland) 
10. Jayden Brown (New Jersey) 
11. Julius Ellerbe (Maryland) 
12. Jiaan Sehhat (Virginia)

Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp Class Of 2022 All Star Game Participants


The Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp featured some of the top players in the country. The Class of 2022 had a load of talent. Here’s a look at the players that played in the Future Phenom Camp All Star Game. 

East Team 
1. Jarace Walker (Pennsylvania) 
2. Sammy Scott (Maryland) 
3. Francisco Mattei (New York) 
4. Tyler Hawkins (New York) 
5. AJ Thomas (Maryland) 
6. Devin Dinkins (Maryland) 
7. Carlos Lopez (New Jersey) 
8. Robert Martin (Missouri) 
9. Asa White (North Carolina) 
10. Raekwon Honeyblue (Maryland) 

West Team 
1. Jaden Bradley (North Carolina) 
2. George Cutler (Virginia) 
3. Sonny Johnson Jr. (Ohio) 
4. Dylan Williamson (Maryland) 
5. Tyrone Hardy (North Carolina) 
6. Evan Young (Utah) 
7. Isa Khalid (New York) 
8. Gionn Swann (Virginia) 
9. Jonathan Lamothe (Maryland) 
10. Ashton Henderson (Michigan)

Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp Class Of 2023 All Star Game Participants


The Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp featured some of the top players in the country. The Class of 2023 had a load of talent. Here’s a look at the players that played in the Future Phenom Camp All Star Game. 

East Team 
1. Samartine Bogues (Maryland) 
2. Ty'renne Hynson (Delaware) 
3. Kinard Wyche (Maryland) 
4. Karim Harris (Maryland) 
5. Derrick Queen (Maryland) 
6. Curtis Staie (New York) 
7. Jahkary Towns (Michigan) 
8. DJ Dormu (Washington D.C.) 
9. Miles Williams (Texas) 
10. Jomani Wright (New York) 

West Team 
1. Andrew Dixon (Maryland) 
2. Devin Minor (Maryland) 
3. Khoi Thurmond (Illinois) 
4. Bryce Flowers (Delaware) 
5. Sebastian Robinson (New Jersey) 
6. Cameron Gillus (Virginia) 
7. Tyler Flowers (Delaware) 
8. Christian Bliss (New York) 
9. Anthony Graziano (New Jersey) 
10. Justin Bumbray (Maryland)
11. Devin Sanford (Michigan)

Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp Class Of 2024/2025 All Star Game Participants


The Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp featured some of the top players in the country. The rising Class of 2024 and 2025 was a joy to watch. Here’s a look at the players that played in the Future Phenom Camp All Star Game. 

East Team 
1. Aaron Hernandez (Maryland) 
2. Tyrin Bizelle (Maryland) 
3. Jaden Colzie (Maryland) 
4. Davon Grant (New Jersey) 
5. Moses Blackwell (Michigan) 
6. Daveyon Lynder (Maryland) 
7. Jerry Easter (Ohio) 
8. John Mobley Jr. (Ohio) 
9. Anthony Saunders (New York) 
10. Nick Byrd (Virginia) 

West Team 
1. Travis UpChurch (Maryland) 
2. Blake Harper (Washington D.C.) 
3. Elijah Flowers (New York) 
4. Tariq Robinson (New Jersey) 
5. Chance Mallory (Virginia) 
6. Marcus Blackwell (Michigan) 
7. Nykolas Lewis (Maryland) 
8. Joseph Boddie (Ohio) 
9. Matt Ellis (Ohio) 
10. Anthony Pope (Maryland)