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Southwest Camp Recap 2018
by Jason Pratt, Future150 (12:56 PM CT, Mon October 1, 2018)
Future150 Southwest Camp Standouts 2018
Future150 Southwest Camp Standouts 2018
Jason Pratt
Jason Pratt:

Future150 Senior Recruiting Analyst. Covering high school basketball nationally.

Houston, TX (Future150) -- Future150 was able to make its annual appearance earlier in the month down in Houston, Texas for the Future150 Southwest Camp. While down, we found several sleeper prospects, from the Class of 2019 to the Class of 2022, all ready to burst onto the scene. Kids were in from 7 different states from all across the country, ranging from California all the way to the Carolina’s. 

Let's check out the top performers from the camp.  Their were tons of talent on hand.

Abdullah Roberts, 2020 SG, Texas: Roberts is a 6’3” scoring machine who was scoring on all three levels at will all weekend long. He was the most consistent 3-point shooter in the camp and probably shot 60% or better. Play makers, rebounding and efficient scorer are the three things that landed him in the All Star game and he takes home MVP honors for the Southwest camp. Abdullah also boasts a 4.0 GP and a 33 on ACT. Ivy League schools should be lined up at his door begging for his services.

Isaiah Barganier, 2022 SG, Texas: Barganier is a 6’5” high level athlete who is a multi-versatile player. During the first day of the Southwest Camp, he scored off drives, in the open court, and shot the 3. The lefty has a fluid release and can get hot quick. He sprints the wing or rebounds with the ability to go coast to coast and get to the rim with ease for a powerful or acrobatic layup. Barganier is young and has so much potential. It’s going to be exciting watching this kid develop and grow in the future as he enters his freshman year.

Shaun Walker, 2021 PF, Texas: Walker is a 6’6” big body who utilizes his size to rebound at a very high rate. He relies more on his positioning than jumping ability to snag boards. He appears to be very focused and has a great feel for the game, especially when watching the way he fronts his defender in the post and the silk smooth post moves he uses in the paint. He has great size for his age and position. As he continues to grow stronger and get older, he will develop into a terror on the interior on both ends of the court.

Ryan Moore, 2022 SG, Texas: Moore is a 6-foot-1 inch scoring guard who plays the game hard and fundamentally sound on both ends of the floor.  This smooth lefty moves well with and without the ball in his hands and is hell on wheels when he is in attack mode on the fast break.  Scoring on all three levels, finding the open man on the fast break and playing solid on ball defense are things that stood out all weekend.  If you leave him open he can score in bunches especially from beyond the three point line.  This performance landed him in the All Star Game. 

Cole Satterwhite, 2022 PG, Texas: Satterwhite is a 6’0” lead guard who loves making plays both scoring and dishing the rock. He did most of his damage on the fast break where he has really good speed and showed good athleticism when finishing at the rim. Change of pace, shot maker and team leader are things that stand out when you watch him play.

Charles Satterwhite, 2020 CF, Texas: Satterwhite is a wiry, long and athletic prospect who loves scoring the rock. He did most of his damage in the paint and on the offensive glass. His length and athleticism allows him to play and guard multiple positions on the floor. Blocking shots, shooting the mid range jumper and starting the break off the dribble are things he did well all weekend long that landed him in the All Star game on Sunday.

Conor McManus, 2022 SG, Texas: At 6’3”, McManus is one of the more impressive two-guards we’ve witnessed so far this weekend. He has a good frame and long arms and overall good length for his age. His game is very smooth whether he is driving to the rim, hitting a step back 3 or pulling up from 15 feet. On the break he can finish with either hand with or without any contact. The main thing standing out from McManus is his nice, quick release on his jumper and expands very little wasted energy on getting the shot off.

Jaleen Goodman, 2022 PG, Texas: Goodman is a 5’9” lead guard with good ball handling skills, great first step and crafty around the rim when attacking. Since we had him last, he has improved his shot making abilities from both the mid and from beyond the arc. Making plays for his teammates on both ends, on ball defense and being a team leader are all things that stood out all weekend long. That performance landed him into the All Star game on Sunday.

Peter McKey, 2021 CG, Texas: McKey is a 5’11” do it all guard who coaches love when he has the ball. His decision making, ball control and play making abilities are what stands out when you watch him play. He proved he can make open shots if you leave him open from both mid and long range. That performance landed him in the All Star game.

Rodney Felton, 2019 PF, Louisiana: Felton played hard on the defensive side and rebounded very well. He can play above the rim and competes with high intensity throughout the whole game no matter the score. Rebounding on both ends, scoring around the rim and making open shots are things that he did well all weekend long. That performance landed him in the All Star game.

Marvin Ndem, 2019 PF, Texas: Ndem is a 6-foot-8 inch power forward who long, wiry and a good athlete.  He did most of his damage in the paint both on the fast break and in the half court.  He rebounds the ball above the rim and has the ball handling skills to start the fast break if need be. Long arms and athleticism gave him a defensive presence in the lane that was hard to score upon.  Shot blocking, offensive rebounding and finishing at rim level are all things he does well when you watch him play.  His upside and performance on the weekend landed him in the All Star game.

Hunter Darling, 2021 SF, Texas: Darling is a 6'2" small forward that can finish the break and has a terific 3 point game that includes a nice shot fake, side step pull up 3 in addition to having the ability to get to the rim where he can score over smaller defenders and through contact. He brings good effort to the court and is not afraid to go at defenders when challenged.

Nathaniel Martin, 2019 PG, Texas: Martin is a 6-foot athletic guard who has great size, ball control, lateral quickness and can play on both sides of the ball. He proved that he can lead his team and make everyone around him better. He has a great understanding of the game and pays attention to detail very well. He is very gifted at finishing up against contact. His performance over the weekend allowed him to be selected into the All-Star game.

Justin Norris, 2022 SG, Texas: Norris is a 5-foot-9 inch wing who is a knock down shooter from beyond the 3-point line.  He moves well with out the ball, knows how to find his spots and being a deep threat opens of the mid range jumper in his game. Playing smart, understanding help side principals on defense and filling lanes on the fast break are all things that stand out when you watch him play.  He had one of the better shooting performance on the weekend which landed him in the All Star game.

Brian McKnight, 2021 PG, Texas: McKnight is a 5-foot-8 inch lead guard who can do alot of different things when he has the ball in his hands.  He is a fundamental player who makes all the right plays and can get anywhere on the floor he chooses off the dribble.  When scoring the 1 and 2 dribble pull up to go along with his ability to knock down the open 3-pointer is where he excels.  His overall performance on the weekend landed him in the All Star game.

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