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2013 Future150 National Camp: Top-20 All-Stars
by Brian Flinn, Future150 (12:53 PM CT, Thu November 7, 2013)
Future150 National Camp Top 20 Game All-Star Selections.
Future150 National Camp Top 20 Game All-Star Selections.
Brian Flinn
Brian Flinn:

Future150 National Recruiting Analyst. Covering high school basketball nationally.

Nashville, TN (Future150) -- At the Future150 National Top 20 camp there was an abundance of talent. Many players shined throughout the weekend and proved that they were deserving of praise. 

The final game of the weekend was the Top 20 All-Star game, where the top players in camp faced off against each other in an effort to prove who was truly the best in camp; here's who stood out:

O'Showen Williams, 2016 PG- Williams is a talented lead guard who used his quickness and handle to free himself up for easy baskets this weekend. He is shifty and has good vision as well. Count him as one of the bigger surprises of camp. At one point in a Saturday game, he knocked down several consecutive long range bombs, which had the crowd in a frenzy.

Juwan Green, 2014 CG- The 6-foot lead guard is a model of consistency. He plays with excellent speed from one end of the court to the other. He also has excellent vision on the floor and can rack up assists in a hurry. One area of his game that sets him apart from other prospects is his ability to knock down shots from outside the three-point line. 

Jerron Love, 2015 PG- Jerron proved that he has elite court vision on the court, finding his teammates in transition and in the half court. He also knocked down three pointer after three pointer, making him even more dangerous. His ball-handling ability is at a high level and it was hard for defenders to stay in front of him.

Jaylen Fisher, 2016 CG- Arguably the most explosive player in the camp, Fisher's weekend consisted of plenty of highlight reel dunks and finishes. He was a blur in the open court and relentless attacking the rim. Fisher also showed a nice shot from deep as well as good vision. He was at his best when scoring the ball and attacking in transition.

Leroy Buchanan, 2015 SG- The 6-foot-1 wing is an extremely explosive athlete, which he showcased with several highlight-reel slams over the course of the weekend. He is a muscular wing who loves to attack the basket, where he knows how to finish around the rim. He is developing his perimeter game, which will make him a coveted division one recruit.

Kareem Wright, 2014 PG- Wright was one of the most explosive point guards in camp. He balanced scoring and finding his teammates for easy baskets. He has good vision and a lightning-quick first step. He is a leader and plays with a good understanding of the game. At times he was an extension of his coaches on the floor. Look for a big senior season from the St. Louis Christian (MO) lead guard.

Jeremy Treaudo, 2015 CF- Treaudo was one of the more physically imposing players in the camp. The 6-foot-6 small forward attacked the rim with authority and finished above the rim. He is an impressive athlete that plays hard on both ends of the floor. He uses his endless motor and physicality to simply outwork the opposition.

Jeremiah Martin, 2015 SF- The Memphis wing is a long and athletic prospect who handles the ball well. He showed the ability to score from the perimeter as well as slashing to the basket. His length makes him a serious problem on the defensive end as well. Very fun prospect to watch.

Andrew Fleming, 2015 SG- One of the more talented scorers in camp, Fleming lived up to his reputation as a shooter before ultimately rolling his ankle. He has good size for a shooting guard and plays under control. Right now he looks every bit the part of a high major prospect. What impressed us most this weekend was his playmaking ability, making each and every one of his teammates better.

LaGerald Vick, 2015 SG- The most electrifying athlete at the camp was the 6-foot-4 wing. After graduating the likes of Chris Chiozza, Leron Black, Riley Norris, and Marcanvis Hymon, Team Thad seems like it has found its newest star. The Douglass High School (TN) stud looks to be in store for a huge high school and AAU season. 

Jahmeel Watts, 2014 SF: The 6-foot-2 small forward is an intriguing prospect. He is new to the game, only picking up a ball a little less than two years ago. He is an explosive athlete in transition, a solid rebounder on the defensive glass, and an active defender when playing both on the ball as well as off the ball. Very high ceiling.

Micah Thomas, 2016 SF: Speaking of high ceiling prospects, not a single prospect at Future150 National Camp has more upside than the 6-foot-5 forward from Briarcrest (TN). An explosive athlete with long arms, Micah uses his length to finish around the rim, dunk on defenders, and get into passing lanes. On offense, he can knock down jumpers consistently out to 15 feet. High major schools will come calling soon.

Garrett Thibodeaux, 2015 CF: The 6-foot-7 combo forward was Mr. Versatile this weekend. He grinds out points and rebounds in the paint, can stretch the defense with his mid-range shooting, and he also has good passing skills for a post prospect. With improved quickness, he could definitely develop into a division one prospect.

Travon Bunch, 2014 C- The 6-foot-11 post prospect was one of the more interesting ones to come through camp. He is a good shot-blocker and rebounder. Offensively, he tries to dunk everything he can get his hands on and runs the floor well. It's no wonder that high major programs are showing serious interest. 

O.G. Anunoby, 2015 SF- The biggest surprise of the camp has to be Anunoby. The wing was dominant at times throughout the weekend and did a little bit of everything. He was equally comfortable scoring on the block as he was on the perimeter and is a big time athlete. To top it all off, he was incredibly coachable.  

Donovan Franklin, 2015 SG- It terms of scorers, very few at camp were as effective as the 6-foot-5 wing from Illinois. He can score the basketball on all three levels, rebounds well on the defensive end, and can take his defender off-the-dribble in order to knock down mid-range pull up jumpers. He is also sneaky athletic. 

Quintez Cephus, 2016 CG: Consistent perimeter shooters are in demand these days, and that's exactly what you will get with Cephus. The 6-foot-1 combo guard can create for others, but he is at his best when he is knocking down shots from 15 feet and out. He is also skilled in terms of his ability to create opportunities for himself off-the-dribble. Clemson has already offered, and many more high major schools are showing serious interest in the Georgia native.

Terry Holt, 2014 SG- One of the truly big sleepers in the entire Southeast is the 6-foot-3 shooting guard from East Nashville Magnet (TN). He can scorch defenses with his long range shooting, but has no trouble taking his defender to the basket where he can finish around the rim. He also possesses excellent athleticism and has a penchant for dunking on unsuspecting defenses.

David Reynolds, 2015 SG- Reynolds was another player that scored the ball from all over the floor. He was already known as a three ball shooter but showed the ability to put it on the floor and score it. He isn't overly athletic, but has a nice turn around jumper and floater when he's in the lane. He plays hard and has a knack for getting rebounds. 

Devon Benson, 2016 CF- Benson is an athletic post prospect who finishes everything around the rim. He plays with a motor that never stops and does whatever his coaches ask of him. He has a developing perimeter game that will further boost his stock as he continues to develop his 6-foot-6 body.

Jaquez Johnson, 2015 SF: The rims at A-Game Sportsplex took a beating all weekend long because of the athletic 6-foot-4 combo forward. While he has the physique of a football player, he uses it to his advantage on the hardwood with his punishing drives to the rim. He also attacks the glass just as hard on both ends and can knock down jump shots from 18 feet and in on occasion. Explosive athlete.

Ryan Gomes, 2016 C- Gomes has had a decent fall and continued his strong post play in Nashville. Defensively, he is a stalwart and knows when to try and block shots and when not to jump out at shots. His offensive game is still a work in progress but will only improve as he gets stronger. Look for Gomes to breakout sooner rather than later. 

Future150 National Camp Top 20 All-Star Prospect Rankings:

1. Jaylen Fisher
2. O.G. Anunoby
3. Andrew Fleming
4. LaGerald Vick
5. Kareem Wright
6. Terry Holt
7. Travon Bunch
8. Leroy Buchannan
9. Jeremy Treaudo
10. Quintez Cephus
11. Ryan Gomes
12. Jerron Love
13. Jaquez Johnson
14. Juwan Green
15. Donovan Franklin
16. Micah Thomas
17. Jahmeel Watts
18. Garrett Thibodeaux
19. Devon Benson
20. Jeremiah Martin
21. O'Showen Williams
22. David Reynolds


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Jeremy Jones / Guest

These are all good players. Not sold on the Holt┬ákid┬ábecause his profile isn’t complete. You huys are good.

Posted: 9:33 PM UTC, Wed October 16, 2013
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mike davis / Guest

why do you have guys that you project as mid majors ranked higher than guys you project as high majors in your national rankings> do you show favortism to guys that come to your camp ie.. kortlin davis 147 d2 player. no one misses that bad. many mor examples. no credibility

Posted: 4:15 PM UTC, Mon January 6, 2014

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