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2018 Elite24 All-American Camp Recap
by Jason Pratt, Future150 (1:17 PM CT, Sun August 12, 2018)
2022 SF Marquise Rice takes home the Elite24 Camp MVP.
2022 SF Marquise Rice takes home the Elite24 Camp MVP.
Jason Pratt
Jason Pratt:

Future150 Senior Recruiting Analyst. Covering high school basketball nationally.

Atlanta, GA (Future150) -- Future150 held is 6th Annual Elite24 All-American Camp in Atlanta, GA this past weekend.  The camp featured some of the most talented players from 23 different states and Canada.  The camps rich history of alums has NBA players such as Atlanta Hawks PG Trae Young and the Chicago Bulls Wendell Carter Jr. who have jump started their careers here.

Lets check out the Elite24 Game All-Stars and how they performed and ranked on the weekend.  Saturday release is 1-12.

1. Marquise Rice- SF 2022 (NC) Rice had a huge weekend putting his athleticism and skill level on full display. At 6-foot-5 inches and 207 pounds, he has a great body and knows how to use on both ends of the floor.  Since we saw him last, he has transitioned to the wing and his jump shot is becoming more consistent.  Finishing on the fast break and slashing to the rim is where he dominated all weekend long.  He won the dunk contest with a between the legs windmill one hand hammer.  His overall performance on the weekend lands him "Elite24 Camp MVP".

2. Jordan Walsh- SF 2022 (TX) Walsh is a familiar face to the Elite24 Camp.  He has stretched out to 6-foot-6 inches and has a 6-foot-9 inch wing span. This long wiry prospect has worked on his skill level and it was on full display.  He proved he can make the outside jumper which has stretched to the 3 point line.  Most of his damage was done with him slashing to the basket and using his length to rebound the ball.  Solid overall perfomance on the the weekend once again for this nationally ranked player.

3. Dilon Hunter- PG 2022 (GA) Hunter came into the camp with a ton of momentum off the 8th Grade Finale in Augusta.  He is 6-foot-2 inch lead guard with scoring guard capabilites.  Court vision, slashing to the rim and finishing through contact are all things he does well.  His overall shiftines, change of pace and first step burst make him almost impossible to stany in front of when he is attacking.  As his mental approach grows and the 3-ball becomes more consistent, look for this top 25 player nationally to only get better.

4. Isreal Longolamai- PG 2022 (GA) Longolamai is 6-foo-7 inch intriguing prospect who has great size and a developing skill set. He runs the floor weel and was one of the better finishers at rim level.  Blocking shots, offensive rebounding and knocking down the 12 foot jumper are things that stand out when you watch him play.  As his basketball IQ continues to grow and his skill set continues to develop, look for his game to take the next step.

5. Sam Akinrelere- SG 2022 (GA) Akinrelere is a Elite24 alum who only gets better every time we see him play.  His skill level has increased to go along with his high motor style of play.  At 6-foot-2 inches, athleticism is the on glaring trait that stands out when you watch him play.  He had a 37.5 vertical leap in the combine testing and put it on full display during the dunk contest were he went toe to toe with MJ Rice.  His over the Future150 Banner 1-hand hammer brought his fellow campers to their feet in awe.  

6. Makhi Dorsey- PG 2022 (TX) Dorsey is a 5-foot-10 inch lead guard who has elite ball handling skills and a great first step.  He uses the dribble to set up his defenders well when scoring and creates easy baskets for this teammates.  On ball defense, lateral quickness and scoring in transition are all things that make this prospect one to watch over the next year or so. This performance puts in him in the conversation for national rankings at the next update.

7. Jasen Green- CF 2022 (NE) Green is a Nebraska prospect who we saw this Spring in Houston at our regional camp.  At 6-foot-5 inches and a wing span of 6-feet-7.5 inches, he has the measurable to play multiple positions on the floor.  Since we saw him last, he has started to move his game to the perimeter a little more but his bread in butter is 12 feet and in.  As long as he plays with a high motor that we love to see, Green has a ton of upside to his game as the skill set increases.

8. John Green- PG 2023 (AL) Green is 5-foo-10 inch lead guard who we first saw the the Birmingham Main Event.  He is extremely quick, has a good burst and can score the rock on all three levels.  When the ball is in his hands he makes everyone around him better. The things he did well was score on the fast break and knock down the 3-point shot with regularity.  As he gets stronger and his court awareness increases look for this prospect to become elite.

9. Kolby Garland- PG 2022 (GA) Garland came in the camp as faily unknown talent but put his wide aray of skill on full display all weekend long.  He can score on all three levels and does it at a high level.  A high motor, being crafty around the rim and getting his hand on a ton of steal made him stand out.  Coaches love having this type of player on their team due to his consistency which what landed him in the All Star game.

10. Jesse Ilunga- PF 2022 (GA) Ilunga is a 6-foot-9 inch prospect we saw last month during the July Live period.  He has a 7-foot-2 inch wing span and he knows how to use when in the paint.  Low post moves, finishing at rim level and rebounding above the rim is what landed him in the All Star game. ball handling, low post footwork and playing with a high motor will only make his game take the next step.

11. Kami Young- SG 2022 (GA) Young is a 5-foot-11 inch lead guard who had a big weekend scoring the ball.  He led his team to the camp tournament championship on Saturday.  His three point shooting was the difference as he had several games with 4 or more in a game.  This shooting performance was what landed him in the All Star game.  As his ball handling skills continue to grow look for him to be able to play both guard positions on the floor.  Solid overall perfromance on the weekend.

12. Liam Craven- CG 2022 (Canada) Craven is a 6-foot-2 inch combo guard out of Ontarion, Canada who is a big time shooter. He plays the game with a high basketball IQ, moves well without the ball and makes plays on both ends of the floor.  Shot selection was tough for him at times on Saturday but on Sunday he got it going and made a strong push knocking down the three ball with regularity.  His performance shooting the ball landed him in the All Star game.

Prospects 13-24 will be released on Sunday Afternoon.


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