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2014 Future150 Atlanta Camp: Top 40 All-Stars
by Eric Hampford, Future150 (6:14 PM CT, Thu August 28, 2014)
Future150 Camp Atlanta Top 40 All-Star selections.
Future150 Camp Atlanta Top 40 All-Star selections.
Eric Hampford
Eric Hampford:

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

Atlanta, GA (Future150) -- The 2014 Future150 Atlanta Camp brought together some top talent from all over the Southeast, with several kids making names for themselves in the Top 40 Game, where Kyle Baker took home MVP honors. The skilled 5-foot-6 lefty went absolutely bonkers from behind the 3-point line, knocking down a flurry of deep balls, including a contested 28 footer that had the crowd in a frenzy. Here's a look at some of the other standouts from the game.

P.J. Fuller, 2018 SG, Washington: The sky is the limit for the Bishop Blanchet (WA) rising freshman. Smooth and athletic at 6-foot-3, he is a crafty slasher who knows how to score the basketball. Look for him to continue to build his resume on the West Coast. Kid has a very bright future.

Marcell Gleaton, 2017 SF, Georgia: Due to his size, strength & athleticism, the 6-foot-2 forward was effective on all three levels when scoring the basketball at camp. He did most of his damage on the interior, where he cleaned the glass and was crafty when finishing around the rim.

Jake Strieter, 2016 PF, West Virginia: There is a lot of upside to the 6-foot-7 PF's game. The product of Huntington St. Joseph (WV), he is a good rebounder on both ends of the floor and works hard in the low block. Look for him to make strides offensively this coming season.

Aurelius Freeman, 2016 SG, Georgia: A player who is wired to score, the 6-foot-2 Sandy Creek (GA) product has excellent size and can score the ball on all three levels. He doesn't force the issue on offense and lets the game come to him. With added strength, he should also blossom as a defender at the next level.

Jordan Jedneski, 2015 SG, Georgia: The 6-foot-2 shooting guard continues to hone his outside shooting ability, which is his biggest strength to this point. He can get hot in a hurry and if he is given any space, he will make the defense pay. Smart player who is also an underrated passer.

Ryan Springer, 2016 SF, Georgia: The 6-foot-3 wing is a skilled slasher who knows when he should attack the rim, where he can finish against bigger players. He also showed the ability to knock down the mid-range jump shot as well throughout the weekend.

Ethan Weathers, 2015 PG, Georgia: The long and skilled lead guard had an excellent camp in terms of running his team and playmaking. He loves to get out on the break and find his teammates for easy scoring opportunities.

Jacob Hoffman, 2016 SF, Georgia: Hoffman is a good shooter who releases his shot at it's highest point. He is also able to put the ball on the floor and get to the rim when he needs to. The next step for him will be learning to create his own shot, as well as get stronger.

Reece Anderson, 2016 SG, Georgia: One of the better defenders in the camp, Anderson found a way to get to the rim all weekend as well. He is a high-energy player who plays bigger than he is. D2 programs would be wise to offer him now.

Tim Tijhuis, 2015 SF, South Carolina: There wasn't a shooter at the camp with better mechanics than the 22 Feet Academy (SC) prospect. At 6-foot-6, he has the size to shoot over the defense as well as the ability to take his defender off-the-dribble.

Niejel Young, 2015 SG, Ohio: Young is an athletic combo-guard who excels when he is attacking the rim. He is a long and active defender who has a knack for making the correct pass.

William Tate, 2017 SF, Georgia: Tate is just beginning to scratch the surface of his potential and appears to have a bright future ahead of him. He is a good slasher who rebounds the ball very well for his position. Tate also finds a way to get himself or his teammates good looks more often than not and has a knack for creating plays.

Wyatt Long, 2016 SG, Tennessee: Long is a hard-nosed wing that plays much bigger than he actually is. He isn't afraid of banging down low with much bigger players for rebounds and he is a good defender. The next step for Long will be developing his offensive game.

Jeremy Wright, 2015 SG, Georgia: Wright is a long and lanky wing that can put the ball on the deck and possesses a good shooting stroke. He is a wiry defender who must add strength before he hits the college level.

Justin Shaw, 2016 PG, Tennessee: Shaw has a great feel for the game and a good basketball IQ. He knows when to probe the defense and when to give the ball up to his teammates. The pass-first guard is also quick and can get to the rim, but it is overall ability to run a team that helped him stand out throughout the weekend.

Trey Brown, 2016 PG/SG, Georgia: The 6-foot guard continues to expand his game. This past weekend, his on-ball defense and ability to make the right decision with the ball in his hands made him stand out. He understands when to attack and when to slow it down and run the offense, and can hit the mid-range jumper as well.

Tyree Nolen, 2016 PG/SG, Arkansas: The 5-foot-8 combo guard excelled with his shooting ability over the weekend, whether he was knocking down the deep jumper or stopping on the dime and hitting the mid-range jump shot. He also has good court vision and understands when to facilitate.

Tanner Mitchell, 2016 SG, South Carolina: The 6-foot-1 shooting guard was impressive with his mid-range shooting this past weekend. His one-dribble and two-dribble pull-up jump shot was the best of any prospect at the camp and he plays with a high IQ on the floor.

Makale Carter, 2016 SG, Georgia: Carter is a bit of a tweener, in that he can put up points in a hurry from the lead guard position. He is capable of getting into the lane and creating shots for others, as well as himself. Once he grows a bit more he is best suited playing off the ball

Chris Jones, 2016 PG, Georgia: Chris is a very good creator who has excellent speed in the open floor. He is a tenacious defender who loves to play physical basketball. He is also a decent shooter who can get hot in a hurry, as he showed on Sunday. With a good basketball IQ and an improving offensive arsenal, Jones is one to keep an eye on.

Tariq Jenkins, 2016 PG, Georgia: The 5-foot-10 combo guard really shined in the Top 40 All-Star Game, thanks to his shifty play and slashing ability. He got to the rim repeatedly, where he was able to finish around the rim against bigger players and against contact.

Dexter York, 2015 SG, North Carolina: The Porter Ridge (NC) 6-foot shooting guard was absolutely feeling it from 3-point range at camp last weekend. In one game, he knocked down five 3's in a single half. When he is on, he is one of the most high-volume scorers in the gym.

Oronte Anderson, 2017 PG, Georgia: Anderson is a small, but shifty, lead guard who can shoot the ball from beyond the arc. He uses his quickness in order to get into the lane and kick out to open teammates. It will be interesting to see how much more he will grow in the coming years, as his size is his biggest obstacle at the moment.

Kiyuon Reese, 2017 PG/SG, South Carolina: The Fort Dorchester (SC) lead guard is a smooth operator who has excellent speed in the open floor. At 5-foot-8, he can create for himself and uses a quick first-step to get into the lane at will.


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