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2014 Future150 New York Camp: Top 24 All-Stars
by Eric Hampford, Future150 (10:27 AM CT, Tue July 1, 2014)
Top 24 All-Star selections from the 2014 New York Camp.
Top 24 All-Star selections from the 2014 New York Camp.
Eric Hampford
Eric Hampford:

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

Albany, NY (Future150) -- 2014 marked the first time in camp history that we brought our brand to the Northeast region, holding our camp in Albany, New York. The camp itself brought in talent from all over the region, but only 24 prospects were lucky enough to be selected to the Top 24 All-Star Game at the end of camp. Here are the standouts...

Anthony Gaines, 2017 SF, New Hampton Prep (NH): The MVP of the camp, the 6-foot-4 wing is an explosive leaper who loves to play above the rim. He is an excellent slasher and uses his athleticism to finish around and above the defense. On the defensive end, he has the ability to become a lockdown defender and right now looks like a high major talent ready to breakout nationally.

Sean Good, 2018 PF, Trinity (PA): Now standing at 6-foot-8, Good is continuing to show growth and potential that could make him one of the best big men in central Pennsylvania over the next few years. He has good feet and hands, and runs the floor well. He still shows signs of growing and looks like he will become a versatile power forward who can stretch the floor down the road.

Mika Adams-Woods, 2018 PG, Jamesville-Dewitt (NY): The 5-foot-11 point guard set the camp on fire with his uncanny court vision and passing skills. Although he was one of the youngest prospects in attendance, there is no doubt that he is one of the most talented prospects in the Northeast. His jump shot looks improved since last year and he oozes confidence on the floor. True point guard prospect with a world of upside.

Ian Renninger, 2018 PF, Pottsville (PA): Ian will soon become a household name in the Coal Region of Pennsylvania due to his size and skills for a prospect barely 14 years old. He has nimble feet and excellent hands. He finishes extremely well around the rim and is beginning to hone his mid-range perimeter skills as well. At 6-foot-5 already, there is no telling just how good he can become with hard work.

Montrel Morgan, 2016 SG, New Hope Academy (PA): Montrel is an athletic shooting guard who has a polished game in the mid-range. He can create for himself and is also a capable slasher from the wing as well. With continued development, he will become a very attractive prospect.

Adrian Autry, 2015 SG, Jamesville-Dewitt (NY): Adrian is a strong and physical wing prospect who has a chance to become a lockdown defender at the next level. He is also very good when slashing to the basket, where he showed that he is able to score against contact. Passionate player.

Symir Torrence, 2019 PG/SG, Academy of Science (NY): Symir will soon become a household name in the Northeast thanks to his outstanding performance at camp last weekend. The 5-foot-9 shooter is an excellent combo guard with a solid understanding of the game. He plays with great pace and proved he belonged battling against competition much older than him.

Maceo Jack, 2016 SG, Williamsville North (NY): Maceo is a prospect with one of the highest ceilings from our New York Camp. Gifted with good size (6'3") and athleticism, he showed good ability as a slasher and finisher at camp. He also is a very talented transition prospect, and once he improves his perimeter shooting, he will be able to take his game to a whole new level.

Michael Coleman, 2015 SG, New Hope Academy (PA): Michael proved to be one of the better perimeter scorers at the camp. Whether it was from three-point range or mid-range, the southpaw could rack up points in a hurry. He was also able to show his ability to create for himself off-the-dribble as well.

Nick Clough, 2015 SF, Williamsville East (NY): Nick was one of the most consistent performers over the weekend, thanks to his high basketball IQ and perimeter shooting. He is a versatile prospect on both ends of the floor and will be a valuable asset to a college program due to his skill set.

Sukmail Mathon, 2016 PF, Dallas (PA): Sukmail showed flashes of the prospect he can become with added skill development. He has excellent size for the post at 6-foot-8 as well as long arms. He periodicallys shows good moves in the low block and was even hitting 10-12 foot jump shots on occasion.

Trent Watson, 2016 PG, Charles H. Flowers (MD): Blessed with an excellent feel for the game, Trent stood out with his court vision and passing skills at camp. The stocky guard has deceptive speed and is an excellent finisher around the rim. He knows how to run his team and is very good in transition as well.

Minfeke Sanoe, 2015 PF, Kiski Prep (PA): The 6-foot-8, 265-pound big man was an impact player from the minute he stepped on the floor due to his sheer size and physical play. He showed the ability to finish with both hands around the rim and was also a capable rebounder on both ends of the floor.

Ludwin Gonzalez, 2015 PG/SG, Liberty (PA): Ludwin is a combo guard who can score the basketball or get his teammates involved. He is an aggressive prospect who loves to attack the rim and has good upper body strength. Confident player and solid on-ball defender as well.

Nicholas Klein, 2017 PG, Red Creek (NY): Nick was one of the most fun prospects to watch at camp due to his ball skills and superb passing abilities. He has excellent court vision on the floor and really knows how to run a team. His knack for making the right plays had the staff very impressed as well.

Donovan Fields, 2015 PG, Concord Prep (NC): Fields is a quick point guard who has good ball handling ability and is an excellent defender. He excels at attacking the rim and forcing turnovers on the defensive side of the ball as well. In terms of campers, he was the best there with end-to-end speed with the ball in his hands.

Devyn Arel, 2015 CG, South Windsor (CT): Arel has the ability to play either position but what really makes him stick out is his vision and passing ability. In both transition and the half-court setting, Arel is able to pick defenses apart with his ability to create shots for himself and others, as well as his elite vision. He was one of the top passers in the camp, if not the best.

Eugene Everett, 2015 PG, Brooklyn Collegiate (NY): Everett is a good scorer who finds ways to get his shot off despite his size, he is a shifty guard who can score on all three levels and uses his ability to change speeds well. What is very impressive about Everett is his ability to create for himself off-the-dribble.

Tristan Sadler, 2017 PG, CIA Bounce (CA): Sadler is a crafty guard who is capable of creating his own shot as well as shots for others. He has good speed and vision and plays more under control than most guards his age. Plays with excellent pace as well.

Josh McElveen, 2015 SG/SF, Lawrence (NY): Josh is a great athlete that does a good job of getting up and down the floor quickly and plays hard on both ends. He uses his length very well defensively and is capable of finishing above the rim in transition.

Trenton Coleman-Bishop, 2015 SF, Liberty (PA): Coleman-Bishop is a high energy wing that is at his best when attacking the glass and creating havoc around the rim. He is also a solid defender who's motor seemingly never quits. The next step for him will be developing his offensive arsenal.

Donald Flores, 2017 PG, St. Raymond (NY): Flores is a talented scorer who has a quick release and has the confidence to be an elite scorer. He has a good handle and is capable of scoring on all three levels. Has a flashy, NYC style game and loves to attack the rim as well.

Tim Doyle, 2015 SG, Team 518: Doyle is a talented wing that can shoot it from deep or get to the rim. He is deceptively quick with his first move and finds a way to the basket where he is a crafty finisher. He must work on his defense.

Reese Middleton, 2017 SG, Perry (MI): Middleton is a smart player who knows how to move without the ball in order to get himself open and is able to knock down shots from beyond the arc. He has good size for his position and gets good lift on his shot.



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