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Charlotte, NC (Future150) -- The Top 40 game specialized in young talent, specifically in the classes of 2015 and 2016. Here is who stood out on Sunday afternoon's showcase...
Chander Murray (2016 PG): He capped off a solid weekend with a good showing in the Top 40 game. As usual, he showcased his quickness and superb ball-handling skills to get into the lane at will. You'll be hard pressed to find a defender who can check him.
Varun Piplani (2016 SF): The 6'8" small forward has a skill set that is catching up to his great size. He has very good footwork on the low block, and runs the floor very well. He also surprised the Future150 staff with his ability to knock down outside shots on the regular.
Dalen Dotson (2015 PG): Dalen was the best player at the camp when it came to using his quickness to get into the creases of the defense. He is a very crafty ball-handler who can knock down the open jump shot if left open.
Davon Fludd (2015 SG): The lanky 6'2" guard has a good base set of skills. He showed the ability to finish at the rim with both hands after using a quick first step in order to get into the lane. Runs the floor very well.
Jonah Hood (2014 PG): The 5'9" floor general is a gifted floor general. He has a great feel for the game and it shows with his precision passing and very good court vision. He also excels taking the ball to the hoop and finishing acrobatic layups.
Diamonte Gilliard (2015 PG): Diamonte is a strong-bodied lead guard who uses his sturdy frame to impose his will on the defensive end of the floor. He also loves to get out in transition for easy baskets. All-business attitude on the floor.
Caleb Mauldin (2018 SG): Caleb was the youngest player at the entire camp, and he has one of the brighest futures. His skill set is catching up to his growing body. He already has great form on his jumper and can shoot consistently out to the three-point line.
Dante Hubbert (2014 SG): Dante was one of the most fundamentally sound prospects in Charlotte. He does many things well on the floor, and plays the game the right way. Has solid court vision.
Justus Harrington (2015 PG): The young point guard showed Future150 a solid set of ball-handling skills to match his dead-eye shooting from the outside. Very hard worker as well.
Preston Edwards (2016 PG): Preston was perhaps the best shooter in the entire camp, which he demonstrated by winning the 3-point contest on Sunday. Also a very heady point guard who doesn't turn the ball over often.
Darius Wright (2013 PG): An electric point guard who is extremely quick. Also has a very tight handle and keeps the ball very low to the ground. Plays the game with a ton of heart!
Jabrie Bullard (2014 SG): Jabrie is a lengthy prospect who snatched several rebounds away from taller defenders. He loves to slash to the basket and is an unselfish player.
Jarrod Neal (2014 PG): A talented point guard who played within himself this weekend, Jarrod also doesn't back down from any opponent. He showed Future150 a good set of ball skills and has a pretty looking jumper.
Mustafa Frasier ( 2014 SF): Mustafa is a long and lean forward prospect. He has a nose for the ball and grabbed several impressive rebounds over the weekend. He also showed good range on his jumper.
Therin Levine (2015 SG): Therin is another prospect from the Charleston area who played with a ton of heart. A gritty defender who loves to run the floor, he also isn't afraid to knock down the open long range jumper.
Joseph Cornett (2014 SG): Joe is a blue-collar worker on both ends of the floor. He showed the ability to finish around the rim with both hands consistently. He also is a solid jump shooter.
Damon Scott (2016 PG): Damon has an endless motor and he excels when moving without the ball in order to find open areas on the floor. He also has a solid set of ball-handling skills and is capable of getting his teammates involved.