Monday, September 1, 2014

Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp Class Of 2019 Top Performers (Fresh Faces) Part 2

Marquise Walker (Illinois)

The Inaugural Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp opened this weekend at the New 24 Facility in District Heights, MD. This event had loads of talent especially in the Class Of 2019. Next we will take a look at some of the top players from around the country that made their Spotlight debut. 

Class 2019 Top Performers (Fresh Faces) Part 2 

Marquise Walker Guard (Illinois)- Another top flight guard with national rep ripped up the Future Phenom Camp. Walker has been playing red hot all summer and this event wasn’t an exception. He shot the three ball with confidence and finished at the tin like a grown man. An added addition to Walker’s game is his post up play. Anytime a smaller guard attempts to check him he will take him on the blocks Gary Payton style. He had a few scoring flurries and hit a game winning shot during a heated contest. The Chi-town fire came out of this kid.

James Bishop Guard (Maryland)- The combo guard put up serious numbers at this camp including a game in the high 30’s. He gets it done off the bounce and scores it in a hurry. This type of event is not for the passive players so Bishop fits this mold well. The left reminds me of high scoring former NBA guard Cutino Mobley. His unique scoring ability guided his team to the camp championship. Mr. Bishop gets buckets and left as the camp’s MVP. 

 Anthony Byrd Guard (Pennsylvania)- Byrd is a great last name for this guard because he flies when he has the rock. He has supreme quickness when penetrating and going east and west. He blew past defenders with ease and finished off plays with authority. Back peddling defenders in transition at his mercy when pushing the rock. He made it his business to ignite the flow of the offense and was always in attack mode.

Isaiah Moseley Guard (Canada)- Moseley was one of the top scoring guards at this event. The Canadian product showed some serious explosiveness in the half court and in the transition. His physical frame made penetrating the lane very easy and he also showed the ability to get his teammates involved. At his point in his career this kid looks like he has the total package. James 


Lamareon Guard (Maryland)- This lefty gets end to end in a hurry. He has a point guard build but a scoring guard mentality. He’s capable of running off five buckets in a row in a heartbeat. He does need to be careful not to get out of control at times. He was one of the best finishers in the building. 

Cameron Savage Guard (Maryland)- Savage is a prototype old school point guard because he has a pass first mentality. His feel for the game turns him into a drive, draw and dish type of guard. He takes good care of the pill and doesn’t take many chances. The scorers on his squad had to enjoy playing with this unselfish floor general. On defense he was a ball hawk that was determined to turn over the opposing ball handler. 

Desire Dejean Guard (Maryland)- Dejean is a lanky floor general with good court vision and long arms similar to Rajon Rondo. The only different is this kid can hit the outside shot. I love his approach to the game because he doesn’t waste time trying to be fancy. He’s very fundamentally sound for his age. I want to see more of this kid.

Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp Class Of 2019 Top Performers (Fresh Faces) Part 1

Jeremiah Francis Made His Spotlight Debut

The Inaugural Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp opened this weekend at the New 24 Facility in District Heights, MD. This event had loads of talent especially in the Class Of 2019. Next we will take a look at some of the top players from around the country that made their Spotlight debut. 

Class 2019 Top Performers (Fresh Faces) Part 1 

Jeremiah Francis Guard (Ohio)- Francis has a national name so he decided to let the East Coast see his skills and delivered. When he is rocking with his All Ohio Red squad Francis’s job is to set up teammates and run the show but in this event he let his hair down a little. The imposing guard still drop dimes for time to time but he also looked to score the rock himself. He gave the crowd a taste of his slick ball handling including crossovers and spin moves which resulted in buckets. He used that massive frame to absorb the contact and still finish. He’s all around showing earned him the Playmaker of the Camp Award.


Dale Hewitt Forward (Canada)- Hewitt is a certified leaper that gets out on the break. He runs the lanes well and will go up top and bang home a dunk like he did in one of his contest. I like his speed on the perimeter and his willingness to go hard at the tin. This kids motor alone will take him a long way. Could be another high flyer from north of the border.

Tajay Martin Forward (Canada)- Martin is built like a linebacker but has enough versatility to attack the hole off the bounce. He loves driving hard right and using the floater or finishing through contact at the tin. He’s another good performer in a long list of ballers from north of the border. Martin’s play launched him into the Top 20 All Star Game. 


Christian Nguyen Guard (Virginia)- This Virginia guard is in full gear once he got the rock. He pushed the rock up the floor with a hurry with his head up looking for teammates. One thing to his credit is that he still has the presence of mind to survey the floor and slow things down if necessary. I don’t know how many other scouts noticed his play but he caught our attention at the Future Phenom Camp.


Eric Dixon Forward (Pennsylvania)- The big forward impressed us his play on the blocks. He played with a high motor while getting good post position and scoring. He will be a player that we are keeping our eye going into next season. 

Chris Ings Guard (Pennsylvania)- Ings played on a squad with some aggressive guards but still managed to make his presence felt. I like how he attacked the basket and also played off the ball. He’s young so his body is still developing but once he’s finished product he should be one of the next upcoming Philly guard.

Sunday, August 31, 2014

Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp Class of 2019 Top Performers (Usual Suspects) Part 2

Korpin Spencer (Kentucky)

The Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom cam was loaded with talent especially in the Class of 2019. The rising 8th Graders featured several top players and here’s Part 2 of the players that have been featured on our website in the past. 

Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp Class of 2019 Top Performers Part 2 

Korbin Spencer Guard (Kentucky)- Spencer returned to the East Coast for the Future Phenom Camp and showed some maturity to his game. He slowdown a little on the hot dogging and made the substance in his game speak. Spencer surveyed the floor like a true general before dropping some great passes. When he wasn’t looking for teammates he was draining his jumper or scoring in traffic. He seems to be very focused for a great 8th grade season. Good showing kid.

Rob Higgins Guard (New Jersey)- Higgins a true Spotlight veteran and the Jersey Force product surprised the field with his play. He has the little bot next door look but that’s the calm before the storm. Once Higgins starts attacking he gives you a flurry of creative moves, passes and buckets in a hurry. He play caught the eye of several scouts in the building and launched him into the Top 20 All Star Game. 

Mark Bradshaw Guard (Pennsylvania)- I have to start off by saying welcome back Mr. Bardshaw. He had his confidence flowing in the scoring column and used supreme body control. He jump shot was falling and he showed more creative control off the bounce. The stage was big and the competition was thick but Bradshaw came out swinging. The southpaw was on his game. He teamed with Marquise Walker to form one of the best back courts at the camp.

Che Evans Forward (Maryland)- Evans passes the look contest as an intriguing prospect. But on this weekend he let his game do the talking. The lanky forward can get it done creating in the mid-range and finishing at the tin. He also can step back past the 3 point line and knock it down. Don’t be surprised if he game and name explodes nationally next season. 

Kasim Tolliver Guard (Pennsylvania)- The game I watched Tolliver was a blood hound on defense. He forced the opposing point guard to turn over the pill and used it to capitalize for his team. He still attempts to control the tempo of the game which his difficult in this environment. 


Jaheim Tanksley Guard (New Jersey)- I was a little nervous to see Tanksley bang because I haven’t seen him play against this level of competition in a while. But I must say the Garden State floor general once known as the “Chosen One” was ready to rumble. Jaheim secret to his success was his quick first step when driving. He blew past several defenders and left them watching as he entered the land of giants. Once he got inside he used his basketball IQ to make the right play. He’s learned not to over penetrate or force the action too much.

Mahkel Mitchell Forward (Maryland)- Mahkel has settled down in a post a little more lately which fits his game. I like his maneuvering in the paint and shot making skills when facing the basket. On defense he locate shots well in terms of getting blocks and grabbing boards. I think his next step must be wanting to bang a little more with the opposition. 

 Jamil Riggins Forward (Pennsylvania)-The high flying lefty lives for the dynamic finish. Therefore he thrives in the open floor and in transition. He does need to pick his spots a little better and develop his ball handling skills on the perimeter. Right now he’s a good energy guy to have on your roster. 

Shermick Lofton Forward (Pennsylvania)- Every event needs a little heat and this kid Lofton loves to explode on the floor. He has Jamal Mashburn type build, still a little raw but has a good motor. He plays with fire that can be looked at as confrontational but he seems like he’s trying to raise the level of play of his teammates. He’s another player that might appear on the radar this coming season.

Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp Class of 2019 Top Performers (Usual Suspects) Part 1

Tariq Ingraham (Delaware)

The Inaugural Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp opened this weekend at the New 24 Facility in District Heights, MD. This event had loads of talent especially in the Class Of 2019. First we will take a look at the usual suspects that are been to Basketball Spotlight events in the past. 

Class 2019 Top Performers (Usual Suspects) 

Tariq Ingraham Forward (Delaware)- This past weekend Ingraham was a total beast on the blocks. He played against help defense, double teams and triple teams. Once he received the rock deep he exploded to the hole like he was expected. His moves are quicker and he’s making them with supreme confidence. He also will shoot the short jumper at the drop of a dime. He helped his team take home the camp championship.

Justin Moore Guard (Maryland)- Moore has developed a national name, therefore he had a target on his back at this event. The best opposing player guarded Moore and vice versa but the Maryland native answered the bell. The physical guard broke through the defense and finished with finesse. He has the enact ability of making the correct play even if it sacrifices his own scoring chances. Whatever play he decides to make doesn’t change that his presence alone impacts the game.

Mahki Mitchell Forward (Maryland)- The forward has taken his wing game to another level. He showed he could score it from all three levels and even create for his teammates. He made lunch meat of many defenders that tried to check him. But you can’t blame them because who can really contain a 6’6 forward with pure wing skills. He’s a match up nightmare. As a lad many onlookers frowned about him wandering on the perimeter instead of staying in the post but I guess Mitchell knew better because his curiosity is paying off.
Dontae Scott Forward (Pennsylvania)- This baby giraffe continues to grow and impress us with his play. He’s becoming more mindful of taking care of the rock with attacking but still isn’t afraid to catch and shoot immediately from 3 point land. He beginning to play above the rim on a regular basis and has shown more toughness playing post defense. Every high school coach in attendance had to write his name down in their notepad. If you look a prospect up in the Webster Dictionary you might find a picture of Scott.
Anthony Johnson Guard (Pennsylvania)- AJ Johnson came to the Future Phenom Camp on a mission and delivered. He’s a natural big guard but didn’t mind crashing the glass like a big forward. His strength and body control are his biggest attributes. Even when he missed chippies under the basket he reacted quickly and attempted put backs until it fell. He left the camp early with an ankle injury but still finished as one of the top players in the event.


Christian Depollar Forward (Maryland)- Depollar is now sporting a new look. He trimmed the baby fat and now stands a lean and mean 6’4. This new look has taken his game to another level. He gets it done from all three levels and finishes strong in traffic. We said two years ago that this time would come and now it has arrived for Depollar. He was one of the most consistent players at this event over the weekend.

Marvin Price Forward (Maryland)- Price is no stranger to Basketball Spotlight as he showed dominance on our circuit with Teaqm Melo. At the Future Phenom Camp his play was also stellar. He got busy on the post on both ends of the floor by rebounding and scoring the rock. He's a physical specimen that's showing strides of moving to the perimeter. He made a huge plunge by reclassifying into the Class of 2019. 


Saturday, August 30, 2014

5th Annual J.E.M. ALL STAR CLASSIC: Regional Game Highlights



The 5th Annual J.E.M. All Star was once again a banger as the Class of 2018 went out in style. This event featured the top rising 9th graders in the East Coast as the North Team prevailed in a high scoring affair. Basketball Spotlight would like to say goodbye to the Class of 2018 and we wish them luck in high school. They will be thoroughly missed.

5th Annual J.E.M. ALL STAR Classic: Garden State Showdown Highlights



This year the 5th Annual J.E.M. All Star Classic featured the Garden State Showdown. This addition featured some of the top players in New Jersey doing battle. The game came down to the buzzer as Tavon Jones scored the winning bucket giving the Orange Team the victory. Check out the highlights.

P2 Bball Shows More Love With Coverage From The Future Phenom Camp!

As the coverage keeps rolling in P2 Bball has stepped to the plate again and dropped three more article from the Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp. As promised we are bringing you the top coverage and recaps in the country. No other camp in America can top the exposure we bring from the Future Phenom Camp. Stay tuned because we have loads of coverage still to come. Click on the name to read the article.

Anthony Saunders 

Al-Fatir Y. Connor 

Cameron Gillus

Friday, August 29, 2014

Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp Class Of 2023-2024 Award Recipients!


The Baby Baller at the Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp were a pleasant surprise as I never seen such young ballers with so much skill. Here are the award winners from those grade levels. 

Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp Class of 2023-2024 Final Awards 

MVP Khoi Thurmond Age Group 2023/2024 (Rising 4th-Rising 3rd)

All Camp First Team
Jalen Newhouse 
Sarmartine Bogues 
John Mobley 
Jakhary Towns 
Tyrin Bizzelle 

Mr. Hustle-Timothy Anderson 
Best Playmaker/Passer-Khoi Thurmond 
Best Teammate/Leader-Anthony Saunders 
Best Prospect- John Mobley 
Best Defender- Jakhary Towns

Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp Class of 2022 Award Recipients!


The Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp Class of 2022 had some serious battles. The championship game went into overtime. Check out the award winners from this group. 

Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp Class of 2022 Final Awards 

MVP Kameron Rodriquez Age Group 2022 (Rising 5th) 

All Camp First Team 
Mikel Kelley 
Doug McDaniel 
Jacob Newman 
Antonio Sellers 
Grant Ott-Large 

Mr. Hustle- Jayden Reid 
Best Playmaker/Passer- Doug McDaniel 
Best Teammate/Leader- Mason So 
Best Prospect- Kameron Rodriquez 
Best Defender- Isaiah Freeman

Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp Class Of 2021 Award Recipients!


The Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp Class of 2021 gave a look into the future. These class had some of the top players in the country. Check out the award recipients below. 

Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp Class of 2021 Final Awards 

MVP Donnell Harris Age Group 2021 (Rising 6th) 

All Camp First Team 
Trey Thomas 
Zion Harmon 
Trey Patterson 
Khalil Brantley 
Khalil Farmer 

Mr. Hustle- Carlos Alexander 
Best Playmaker/Passer- Khalil Brantley 
Best Teammate/Leader- Zion Harmon 
Best Prospect- Trey Patterson 
Best Defender- Michael Anderson

Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp Class Of 2020 Award Recipients!


The Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp Class of 2020 gave the camp a serious spark. Here are our award winners from the weekend. 

Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp Class 2020 Final Awards 

MVP Jaden Springer Age Group 2020 (Rising 7th) 

All Camp First Team 
AJ Hoggard 
Tyler Brelsford 
Jordan Toles 
Keyshawn Johnson 
Cameron Byers 

Mr. Hustle-Justin Lewis 
Best Playmaker/Passer- Tyler Brelsford 
Best Teammate/Leader - Niels Lane 
Best Prospect- Jaden Springer 
Best Defender- Canin Reynolds

Thursday, August 28, 2014

Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp Class Of 2019 Award Recipients!


The Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp was loaded especially in the Class of 2019. These youngsters got busy and played every game like it was their last. Here are the award winners from the camp. 

Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp Final Awards 

MVP James Bishop Age Group 2019 (Rising 8th) 

All Camp First Team
Tariq Ingraham 
Jeremiah Francis 
Marquise Walker 
Justin Moore 
Makhi Mitchell 

Mr. Hustle-Jaheim Tanksley 
Best Playmaker/Passer- Jeremiah Francis 
Best Teammate/Leader- Korbin Spencer 
Best Prospect- Dontae Scott 
Best Defender- Che Evans

Marquise Walker and Jeremiah Francis Tangle At The Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp (By Middle School Hoops)

Marquise Walker and Jeremiah Francis

Marquise Walker of Chicago and Jeremiah Francis of Columbus, Ohio went head to head at the 2014 BBall Spotlight Future Phenom Camp in DC this weekend. They played in a showcase game and the Top 20 All Star Game. The two guards were the top 2019 floor generals in attendance at the camp, and are both nationally ranked. 

Marquise Walker is more of a natural scorer than Jeremiah is at this point. Francis is the definition of a floor general and shows better in an organized setting with familiar teammates. Having said that, both lead guards brought their A Games to the BBall Spotlight Future Phenom Camp. While many players shy away from the best competition, both Walker and Francis embraced the challenge of going head to head. The future is bright for these young point guards, this video is only a sample of what these point guards will do in coming years, enjoy!!!

Wednesday, August 27, 2014

DMV Elite Checks In With Future Phenom Camp Recaps!


As promised the Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp was loaded with media. DMV Elite was also in the building checking on the top players from the DC, Maryland and Virginia area. Check out their work below and stay tuned because we have more coverage coming from the top media outlets in the country. 

Reclassifying New Trend? 

DMV Players Reach All Star Status

Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp: Jalen Newhouse Featured On P2 BBall!

Jalen Newhouse (California)

Jalen Newhouse put on a show at the Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp and P2 Bball was in the building for the action. Check out the article they wrote about this young big point guard. Stay tuned as Basketball Spotlight brings you some of the top players in the country that attended the Future Phenom Camp.

Jalen Newhouse Article

P2 BBall Drops Coverage From Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp!


As promised the Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp was loaded with media. P2 Bball was in the building and has started sending out their reports. P2 Bball is one of the best upcoming coverage sites in the country. Check out their work below and stay tuned because we have more coverage coming from the top media outlets in the country. 

Future Phenom Camp Becoming Leader In Youth Exposure 

Donnell Harris AKA Showstopper 

King Khoi Thurmond Gets The Crown

Buckeye Prep Report Releases Future Phenom Camp Coverage!


As promised the Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp was loaded with media. One of the top media services in the building was Buckeye Prep Report by the legendary Rob Taylor. Taylor combed this event for two days and already has delivered some great reports. Check out his work below and stay tuned because we have more coverage coming from the top media outlets in the country. 

Future Phenom Camp Day 1 Recap 

Future Phenom Camp Day 2 Recap

Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp Highlights: "King" Khoi Thurmond Doing His Thing!

"King" Khoi Thurmnond (Illinois)

The rising 4th Grade division had some exciting players and one of them definitely was Khoi Thurmond of Chicago, Illinois. Thurmond has a serious handle and supreme court vision. He led his team to the camp championship while breaking down defenders in his path. Check out this highlights from the Future Phenom Camp.

Tuesday, August 26, 2014

Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp 2019 Top 20 All Stars


The Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom featured some of the top players in the country. The rising 8th Grade was so stacked with created two All Star team list. Here are the players that participated in the Top 20 game. 

Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp 2019 Top 20 All Stars 

East Team 
1. Che Evans (Maryland) 
2. Makhi Mitchell (Maryland) 
3. Jaheim Tanksley (New Jersey) 
4. Tariq Ingraham (Delaware) 
5. Marquise Walker (Illinois) 
6. Justin Moore (Maryland) 
7. Dontae Scott (Pennsylvania) 
8. Korbin Spencer (Kentucky) 
9. Christian Depollar (Maryland) 
10. Isaiah Moseley (Cananda) 
11. Anthony Johnson (Pennsylvania)- Injured 

West Team 
1. Jeremiah Francis (Ohio) 
2. Tajay Martin (Canada) 
3. Cameron Savage (Virginia) 
4. Sigfried Reid (Maryland) 
5. Rob Higgins (New Jersey) 
6. Mark Bradshaw (Pennsylvania) 
7. Mahkel Mitchell (Maryland) 
8. Marvin Price (Maryland) 
9. James Bishop (Maryland) 
10. Anthony Byrd (Pennsylvania)
11. Carsten Kogelnik (Maryland)- Injured

Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp 2019 Top 40 All Stars


The Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom featured some of the top players in the country. The rising 8th Grade was so stacked with created two All Star team list but due to the lack of time we only did the Top 40 game. Here are the list of players that were selected for the Top 40 Game. 

Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp 2019 Top 40 All Stars 

East Team 
1. Jordan Hairston (North Carolina) 
2. Dale Hewitt (Canada) 
3. Alvonte Lawton (Virgnia) 
4. Jemere Williams (Maryland) 
5. Jamil Riggins (Pennsylvania) 
6. Daijon Womack (Pennsylvania) 
7. Carl Gibson Jr. (New Jersey) 
8. Eric Dixon (Delaware) 
9. Alexander Rice (New Jersey) 
10. Jaylen Wiggins (Maryland) 

West Team 
1. Cole Perry (North Carolina) 
2. Misael Etuaful (Maryland) 
3. Allen Powell (Pennsylvania) 
4. Maurion Martin (Indiana) 
5. Shermick Lofton (Pennsylvania) 
6. Raejean Hudson (Canada) 
7. Christopher Allen (New Jersey) 
8. Kasim Tolliver (Pennsylvania) 
9. Chris Ings (Pennsylvania) 
10. Beau Everett (Virginia)

Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp 2020 Top 20 All Star Game Participants


The Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom featured some of the top players in the country. The rising 7th Grade ballers contained some serious prospects. Here are the players that played in the Top 20 All Star Game. 

Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp 2020 Top 20 All Stars 

East Team 
1. Jordan Toles (Maryland) 
2. Tristan Maxwell (North Carolina) 
3. Zahree Harrison (Pennsylvania) 
4. Justin Lewis (Maryland) 
5. Cameron Byers (Maryland) 
6. Jeremy Roach (Viriginia) 
7. Canin Reynolds (Maryland) 
8. Niels Lane (New Jersey) 
9. Lameron James (Maryland) 
10. Xavier Pina (New Jersey) 

West Team 
1. RJ Davis (New York) 
2. AJ Hoggard (Pennsylvania) 
3. Jacobi Wright (South Carolina) 
4. Jaden Springer (North Carolina) 
5. Tyler Brelsford (Maryland) 
6. Josiah Hardy (Virginia) 
7. Jermaine Goodwyn (Maryland) 
8. Tejon Ford (Maryland) 
9. Jordan McPhatter (North Carolina) 
10. Elijah Malloy (Delaware)

Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp 2021 Top 20 All Star Game Participants


The Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom featured some of the top players in the country. The rising 6th Grade players had some explosive moments. Here are the players that played in the Top 20 All Star Game. 

Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp 2021 Top 20 All Stars 

East Team 
1. Donnell Harris (Florida) 
2. Khalil Brantley (Georgia) 
3. Stalin Oaks (Maryland) 
4. George Cutler (Virginia) 
5. Jaden Pierre (New Jersey) 
6. Trevor Keels (Maryland) 
7. Carlos Alexander (Virginia) 
8. Travonne Jackson (Ohio) 
9. Keon Henderson (Michigan) 
10. Malik Jones (Tennessee) 

West Team 
1. Trey Thomas (Maryland) 
2. Zion Harmon (District Of Columbia) 
3. Griffin Barouk (Pennsylvania) 
4. Ahmad Harrison (Maryland) 
5. Michael Anderson (Pennsylvania) 
6. Justice Williams (Pennsylvania) 
7. Trey Patterson (New Jersey) 
8. Khalil Farmer (Pennsylvania) 
9. Ty Wilson (Virginia) 
10. Bryce McGowans (South Carolina)

Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp of 2022 Top 20 All Star Game Participants


The Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom featured some of the top players in the country. The rising 5th Grade group gave us a show. Here are the players that played in the Top 20 All Star Game. 

Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp 2022 Top 20 All Stars 

East Team 
1. Knasir McDaniel (District Of Columbia) 
2. Sammy Scott (Maryland) 
3. Isaiah Freeman (Pennsylvania) 
4. Donovan Leak (Maryland) 
5. Joseph Green (New Jersey) 
6. Kamaren Rodriquez (New York) 
7. Cameron Johnson (Ohio) 
8. Jason Moore (Maryland) 
9. Devon Williams (Maryland) 
10. Aiden Mahoney (California) 

West Team 
1. Grant Ott-Large (Indiana) 
2. Keyon Webb (North Carolina) 
3. Jacob Newman (North Carolina) 
4. Mykel Kelley (Pennsylvania) 
5. Kerry Glover (Pennsylvania) 
6. Mason So (Viriginia) 
7. Dean Newsome (Pennsylvania) 
8. Antonio Sellers (New York) 
9. Justin Monden (North Carolina) 
10. Jalen Lyn (New York)

Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp Class of 2023-2024 Top 20 All Star Game Participants


The Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom featured some of the top players in the country. The rising 3rd and 4th graders also impressed us in a big way. Here are the players that played in the Top 20 All Star Game. 

Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp 2023-2024 Top 20 All Stars 

East Team 
1. Jalen Newhouse (California) 
2. Tyrik Petway (Florida) 
3. Moses Blackwell (Michigan) 
4. Marcus Blackwell (Michigan) 
5. Timothy Anderson (Nevada) 
6. Samartine Bogues (Maryland) 
7. Kwadair Edwards-Alexander (Delaware) 
8. Ryan Williams (Pennsylvania) 
9. Khoi Thurmond (Illinois) 
10. Jaden Cozie (Pennsylvania) 

West Team 
1. John Mobley (Connecticut) 
2. Anthony Saunders (Virginia) 
3. Cameron Gillus (Virginia) 
4. Curtis Staie (New York) 
5. Michael Brelsford (Maryland) 
6. Jakhary Towns (Michigan) 
7. Noah Cutler (Virginia) 
8. Tyrin Bizelle (Maryland) 
9. Daniel Dormu (Maryland) 
10. Jeremiah Dorsey (New York)

Future Phenom Camp Videos: Jayden Pierre Representing New Jersey!



Jayden Pierre came to the Future Phenom Camp to rep against national competition and got his wish. Check out his highlights this weekend and if you have personal highlights from the camp please feel free to send them to basketballspotlight@hotmail.com. Make sure they are in youtube format.