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2018 Southeast Camp Recap
by Jason Pratt, Future150 (1:24 PM CT, Mon October 1, 2018)
2018 Future150 Southeast Camp Standouts.
2018 Future150 Southeast Camp Standouts.
Jason Pratt
Jason Pratt:

Future150 Senior Recruiting Analyst. Covering high school basketball nationally.

Atlanta, GA (Future150) -- Future150 was back in Hiram for its 6th Annual High School Southeast Camp featuring classes of 2019-2022.  Players from 13 different states, 2 from Egypt and 1 from Serbia were on hand to compete and make a name for themselves on the national stage. 

There were multiple players that had already made an appearance in previous Future150 events and new ones who really stood out on the weekend. We will take you through the top 14 players in the camp who all did something differently to separate themselves from the rest. These 14 players also competed at the end of the camp on Sunday in the Future150 Southeast Camp All-Star game. Let’s take a look!

1. Shemarri Allen, 2019 CG, North Carolina: Allen is a 6-foot-4 inch combo guard. He had long arms, very athletic and was one of the better finishers at the rim. He shot the ball very consistent from the three point line and made it look easy. He had some of the better highlights in the camp dunking the ball multiple times on the fast break and in traffic. His performance lands him MVP Honors on the weekend.

2. Anthony Watkins, 2019 SG, Georgia: Watkins out of GA at McCallie High in Chattanooga is a familiar face to the Future150 staff. Over the past three years All he has done is improve his body, athleticism and overall skill level. Those improvements have lead to him becoming a knock down three point shooter, aggressive finisher and a coachable player who is only getting better. Don’t sleep on this Low D1 prospect. He’s going to make a coach really happy.

3. Mateja Strinic, 2019 PG, Serbia: Strinic attends Furtah Prep in GA, he is a 6-foot-3 inch combo guard with a tremendous feel for the game. When the ball is in his hands he makes everyone around him better. Playing the 1 or 2 guard positions is something that is very natural. If you leave him open he proved he can make shots consistently. Nice performance on the weekend. 

4. Louis Hutchinson, 2022 SG, Maryland: Hutchinson had a huge weekend! At 6-foot-3 inches, long arms and athletic he was on of more intriguing prospects in the gym. He can score on all three levels and is very efficient while doing it. As his shot becomes more consistent, the sky is the limit for him.

5. Jakario Funchess, 2019 SG, Georgia: Funchess is a 6’0” jumping jack who was the best finisher at the rim we saw all weekend long. His attacking downhill style of play to go along with his on ball defense made it hard for him to be stopped. If he ever got in the open floor he was going to create a highlight play. Funchess has the highlight of the camp bouncing the ball to himself on a dunk while his defender get posterized.

6. Yassin Mohamed, 2019 SF, Egypt: Mohamed is from Egypt and attends Furtah Prep in GA. At 6-foot-4 inches this wing is highly skilled and shoots the ball well on all three levels. His basketball IQ is high and he understand how to play the game. He will fit nicely in a system offense predicted on movement and defense manipulation. Solid overall performance on the weekend.

7. Mohamed El-Tobgy, 2019 SF, Egypt: El-Tobgy is from Egypt and attends Furtah Prep in GA. At 6-foot-4 inches he plays bigger in the paint on both ends. He is very skilled, plays smart and makes those around him better. He can score on all three levels and has a nice form shot as well. His overall performance on the weekend landed him in the All Star game.

8. Julian Perez, 2022 SF, New Jersey: Perez is a 6-foot-4 inch combo forward who camp play both inside and out. He did most of his damage attacking the rim and getting offensive rebounds. He can knock down the occasional three pointer but lacks consistency from distance. He is tweaking his shot at the present time and once that is fixed look out.

9. Justin Bell, 2021 SG, North Carolina: Bell had a nice weekend scoring the rock on all three levels. At 6-foot-2 inches tall and possessing a nice frame, he used his size and athleticism to not only score but guard multiple positions on the floor. That performance and consistency landed him in the Future150 Southeast Camp All Star game.

10. Trey Rouse, 2020 PG, Alabama: Rouse had a big weekend shooting he ball from long range. He had several game where he hit 4 or more in helping his team to wins. This familiar face to Future150 seems to be turning the corner in his game and is improving daily. Solid overall performance on the weekend.

11. Anthony McGuire, 2021 CG, Alabama: McGuire had a nice weekend knocking down the mid range jumper. He does everything well and is very consistent on both ends of the floor. Coaches love having him on their team due to they get the same every time he competes. Solid overall performance on the weekend.

12. Brandon Howard, 2021 SF, Alabama: Howard had a nice weekend scoring the rock. He had a huge Sunday shooting the ball on all three levels and did a nice job rebounding in the paint. At 6-foot-3 inches and a bruising body type, he knows how to finish when attacking.

13. William Freeman, 2021 PG, Georgia: Freeman is a 6’0” lead guard with a scores mentality. He understands how to move the ball, take open shots and create for his teammates. Aggression, shot maker and transition finisher are all things that standout when you watch him play. Solid overall performance on the weekend.

14. Zavier Short, 2022 SG, South Carolina: Short is a big time athlete who finishes at rim level. His speed, quickness and athleticism is what makes him an intriguing prospect. He has a nice looking shot but it lacks consistency at the present time but on Sunday he got it going in spurts which was what landed him in the All Star game.

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