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Climbing "The Summit": A Look At the Top Summit Performers
by Brian Flinn, Future150 (5:11 PM CT, Thu May 19, 2016)
The Summit is one of the best class in the country
The Summit is one of the best class in the country
Brian Flinn
Brian Flinn:

Future150 National Recruiting Analyst. Covering high school basketball nationally.

Birmingham, AL (Future150) -- The Summit is annually one of the best camps for freshmen and sophomores in the country, and this year's version should be no different. While it will be just the third year the camp is held, it has quickly become a proving ground for some of the nation's top prospects.

In year one, it was Syracuse commit Matt Moyer (#41 in the 2016 rankings)  who used the stage to make himself into an elite and national level recruit. Year two saw Louisiana native Greg Williams do the same (#24 in the 2018 rankings)

Those two are far from the only prospects to emerge in prior camps though. With that in mind Future150 would like to unveil our All-Summit All-Time teams. These teams are comprised of the best players to come through the camp since it's inception and will feature four forwards and four guards each.

All-Summit First Team 

F- Matthew Moyer, 2016 PF (OH

F- Seth Towns, 2016 SF (OH) 

F- Josh LeBlanc, 2018 SF (LA) 

F- Melo Eggleston, 2017 SF (MD) 

G-  Greg Williams, 2018 CG (LA)

G-  Keyshawn Embery, 2018 CG (OK)

G- Eli Wright, 2018 CG (KY) 

G- Lamar Peters, 2018 CG (LA) 

All-Summit Second Team

F- Kobe Julien, 2018 SF (LA) 

F- Kaleb Mack, 2018 SF (GA) 

F- Coulter Dotson, 2018 PF (TN) 

F- Kaiden Rice, 2017 SF (SC) 

G- Braxton Beverly, 2016 PG (KY) 

G- Jordan Bone, 2016 PG (TN) 

G- Trey'von Hopkins, 2018 SG (OK) 

G- Adrian Moore, 2018 SG (AR) 

All-Summit Third Team

F- Justin Minaya, 2017 SF (NJ) 

F- Deion Dobbins, 2017 SF (AR) 

F- Dantez Walton, 2017 CF (OH) 

F- Andre Jones, 2016 SF (AR) 

G- Lamont Berzat, 2017 PG (LA) 

G- John Matthews, 2018 PG (OK) 

G- Kobe Gantz, 2016 SG (PA) 

G- Wolfgang Novogratz, 2016 PG (CA) 

This year's version of The Summit will likely provide a number of players who will crack these lists. Houston is one of the most talented areas in the entire country, meaning that a lot of local and regional talent will be on display. 

Think you have what it takes to be a breakout star at this year's Summit camp? Tweet your nomination at Future150 or contact any of staff members Here

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