Dallas, TX (Future150) -- The Future150 Dallas Camp Top 20 All-Star event last weekend was absolutely electric. It was loaded with top prospects and Brad Hensley from BallisLife was in the building and got some good footage of the highly contested game.
Here is a list of the players who took part in the most exciting Future150 camp all-star game of the year.
King McClure (2015 SG): King was the star of the camp. He showed off his beautiful jump shot all weekend long and punished defenders by taking them off-the-dribble, getting to the rim and finishing with contact. He is an elite player in the 2015 class.
Derrick Neal (2014 PG): One of the elite point guards in the Southwest for his class, Derrick has phenomenal end-to-end speed. He also possesses exceptional ball skills and sees the court extremely well. Very good jump shooter. Sleeper prospect nationally.
Erick Neal (2014 PG): Also an elite point guard in the Southwest. Much like his brother, he possesses blistering speed on the floor. He also has amazing control of the basketball and gets by defenders at will. He is also a very good jump shooter. He also has exceptional court vision like his brother. Also vastly underrated on a national level.
Jeremiah Jefferson (2014 SG): The Triple A Academy (TX) prospect may not get the national notoriety of his high school teammate King McClure, but he is extremely talented as well. He is a born scorer who can get baskets any way you want them. He is very talented when scoring off-the-dribble or slashing to the basket.
Jaz Gayanich (2014 SF): The 6'6" Oklahoma prospect shot the ball extremely well all weekend. He loves to run the floor and knows how to get open without the ball in his hands. Had a great attitude all weekend and was eager to learn.
Jeremy Combs (2014 SF/PF): The 6'6" Dallas Carter High School prospect may have the most upside of any prospect at camp. He is a long forward who is a very good rebounder, a solid slasher, and a very good athlete.Definitely knows how to finish around the rim when he gets there. Has the potential to develop into a very good college small forward.
JeRyan Glover (2015 SG): The solidly build shooting guard is a talented shooter. He loves to catch and shoot, and he is very skilled at shooting off-the-dribble as well. He also loves to get out in transition and score as baskets on the break.
Rick Curry (2014 PF): The 6'8", 240-pound big man is a sleeping giant of a prospect. He has a solid base of post moves, he just needs to refine some of his basic skills. The lefty can hit jump shots out to 15 feet, and he has a nice left-handed baby hook shot. Also a decent defender.
Ryan Bradley Jr.(2014 PF): The 2 time Future150 camp alum is 6'6", 220-pound big man plays physical in the post aganist player his size. He is very skilled at scoring with his right hand and showed the ability to make the mid range jumper from 15 feet. He is a excellent rebounder on both ends of the floor. Look for him to make a move to the wing this summer.
Dalyn Mumphrey (2015 PF): The young big man is just starting to show how good he can be. The 6'6" big man has a long wingspan which helps him block several shots per game. He looks for contact on both ends of the floor, and he has very good footwork. Loves to get out in transition for easy dunks.
LaRandall Scroggins (2014 SF): LaRandall is a very good rebounding prospect for a player his size. He has very good footwork and is talented at attacking the basket. He proved he can knock down the mid range jumper all weekend long. He is also a sneaky athlete when attacking the rim.
Tyler Singleton (2015 PG): Tyler is a young prospect with solid ball-handling skills. He likes to push the ball on the fast break, and he is a very good long-range shooter. He also has good court vision when attacking the rim which allows him to make his teammates better.
Trey Ayala (2013 SG): The 6'3" shooting guard is an excellent three-point shooter. He won't hesistate to drop long-range jump shots on the defense from as far as 25 feet, and is efficient from the mid-range as well. Very active on defense as well.
Stephen Spurlock (2013 SF): The active lefty is the prototypical slasher. Any space the defender gives him, he will take advantage of and use his muscular frame to drive to the basket. Also is an explosive prospect who is capable of rising up and dunking on any player in his way, which he showed Future150 staff by having the highlight dunk of the weekend.
Brenden Williams (2014 SG): Brenden is a long-range assassin who uses his long, 6'4" frame to make sure the defense can't block his shot. He also uses his long strides to get up-and-down the floor effortlessly for easy baskets in transition.
Logan Dorn (2013 SG): The surprise player of the camp! The 6'4" sharpshooter from Nebraska made a name for himself at Future150 Dallas. He is an aggressive guard who can shoot from anywhere on the floor. He also loves to attack the basket and look for contact. Great attitude, very coachable, and wants to be a great player! His range on his shot starts when he steps foot in the gym. Definitely the most consistent long range shooter all weekend long.
Zachary Dumas (2014 SG): A very athletic shooting guard, Zachary loves to attack the basket. He also has very good mechanics on his jump shot. Extremely active player who plays harder than anyone on the floor.
Harard Schneider (2016 PF): The big man is going to be a nationally recognized star by the time his high school career is over. The 6'10" big man just arrived in Dallas from Haiti and shows amazing promise as a prospect. He has excellent footwork, is already an excellent defensive rebounder, and can knock down jump shots out to the three-point line, although not very consistently right now.
Tyson Jolly (2015 SG): The Putnam City West (OK) prospect has a ton of potential to tap into. He is a highly athletic guard who has very good timing on the defensive end of the floor, where he uses his long arms to block shots. He also loves to attack the basket and finish at the rim.
D'Angelo Jones (2014 PG): D'Angelo plays the game with very good pace. He has excellent speed, and can start and stop and change direction on a dime. He also has an extremely quick first step and gets into the lane at will. Great kid as well!