You are not logged in:     Login
future150 facebook future150 twitter
Get Exposure  /  F150 Report  GET SOCIAL:
2013 Future150 Dallas Camp: Top 40 All-Star Recap
by Eric Hampford, Future150 (11:13 AM CT, Wed September 25, 2013)
2013 Future150 Dallas Camp Top 40 All-Star Selections.
2013 Future150 Dallas Camp Top 40 All-Star Selections.
Eric Hampford
Eric Hampford:

Future150 GM / Senior National Analyst. Covering high and middle school basketball.

Dallas, TX (Future150) -- Future150 was on the road again last weekend, this time stopping in Dallas, Texas in order to see the abundance of talent in the Lone Star State. 

The Top 40 All-Star Game gave us a glimpse of some of the best young talent in the area, and here is who stood out...

Lavaris Duncan, 2016 PF: The 6-foot-6 Judson High School (TX) product is a prospect with solid skills for a player his age. He can play either forward position, and he can do it well. He has excellent hands in the low block, and can finish with either hand around the rim with contact. He also has the shooting ability to stretch defenses out to the three-point line. We love the potential he possesses. 

Delwin Young, 2015 SG: The long and wiry 6-foot-4 wing is a prospect who is wired to score the basketball. He loves to take his defender off-the-dribble, using his length to finish around the rim. He also showed the abilty to knock down jump shots from mid-range as well as three-point range. His length also allowed him to get into passing lanes on the defensive end of the floor.

Jordan Evans, 2015 PG: One of the most lethal scorers we saw this weekend was the 5-foot-9 floor general. While he has a tight handle and good vision on the floor, his calling card is his ability to score the basketball, especially from deep. He has a quick release on his jump shot, and he uses it to get his shot off over much bigger defenders. He's a creative guard who can get hot in a hurry.

Deondre Burns, 2015 CG: The 6-foot combo guard came out of the gates firing in the Top 40 All-Star Game, where he was scoring the basketball with ease. His intensity on the defensive end also made him stand out among the competition, where he was battling for every loose ball. His slashing ability was on full display throughout the game, and he ended up impressing us most with that aspect of his game.

Max Huff, 2018 C: The youngest prospect in the game was the 6-foot-8, 245-pound mammoth center. At this stage in his development, he is at his best when finishing around the rim, where he can use both hands. He is also a capable rebounder on both ends of the floor. While he has a long way to go, there's no denying his enormous potential.

Jordan Ford, 2016 PG: Another young prospect with a bright future is the 6-foot-2 point guard. Right now, he is more of a scorer than a facilitator, and that's just fine. He can score the ball by knocking down jump shots, or by slashing to the basket and finishing around the rim. He also has good end-to-end speed, which he uses to become effective in the transition game.

Melvin Daniels, 2016 CF: A prospect with excellent footwork and low post moves, Melvin shined through with his low post skills. While he is still rough around the edges in terms of scoring the basketball, his arsenal of postmoves created opportunities for him around the rim. He also played with an extremely high motor and rebound the ball well on both ends of the floor. 

Chase Winchester, 2016 PG: The smooth 6-foot southpaw has a silky jump shot, which he had working in his favor throughout the weekend. He also has great burst when attacking the rim, where he created opportunities for himself using his strong upper body to finish around the rim. He also has excellent open floor speed, making him very dangerous in a transition setting.

Jarehn White, 2016 SG: The 5-foot-11 shooting guard was knocking down shot-after-shot in the Top 40 All-Star game, showing off his smooth stroke from behind the three-point line. He also used his high basketball IQ to show an ability to play the point guard position as well, which will be beneficial to him down the road. Great showing by the Judson High School (TX) prospect.

Tevin Townsend, 2016 CF: Very few prospects at the camp possess the upside that Tevin possesses. The 6-foot-5 combo forward can finish around the rim, rebounds with intensity, and runs the floor like a deer. While his scoring ability is limited right now, there's no denying that he can develop into a lethal prospect down the road.

Future150 Dallas Camp Top 40 Prospect Rankings:

21. Lavaris Duncan
22. Deondre Burns
23. Jordan Evans
24. Delwin Young
25. Jordan Ford
26. Jarehn White
27. Tevin Townsend
28. Chase Winchester
29. Ryan Schuessler
30. Michael Mayhew
31. Alec Spence
32. Christian Brooks
33. Max Huff
34. Vaughn Raney
35. Chris Parker
36. Austin Wehling
37. Devante Robinson
38. Melvin Daniels
39. Michael McReynolds
40. Bradley Schmid



Be the first to post. Just use the form below.

Add a comment...

There are currently no Future150 Camps available.