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Future150 All-Southeast Qualifier Camp All-Stars
by Zachary Lyon, Future150 (2:37 PM CT, Tue February 21, 2017)
All Southeast Camp Elite 24 All-Stars.
All Southeast Camp Elite 24 All-Stars.
Zachary Lyon
Zachary Lyon:

Future150 Regional Analyst. Covering high and middle school basketball: NC, SC & VA

Birmingham, AL (Future150) -- Future150 held it's All-Southeast Qualifier Camp in Birmingham, Alabama and saw plenty of talent in the gym representing multiple states. The selection of the all-stars in this camp was a very tough decision to make. Learn about the all-star selections and how they performed this past weekend below: 

Antoine Parker, 2020, 6’3” Small Forward, Fort Dorchester (SC): Parker was as absolute beast throughout the weekend. The freshman has a stronger frame than most upperclassmen wings and knows how to use it to his advantage. He was extremely hard to keep off the glass, very active on defense, and showed he is a threat to score from all three levels. 

Tyler Rice, 2021, 5'11" Point Guard, Kelly Mill Middle (SC): The #40 player in the nation in the class of 2021, showed how he can impact the game in multiple ways. He struggled with his shot for most of the time during 5-on-5 play until later into the day. Even with his shot not falling he was still having a positive impact while on the floor with his defense, leadership, and fantastic court vision. 

Reese McMullen, 2021, 5'11" Point Guard, Grace Saint Lukes (TN): McMullen was highly impressive throughout the weekend. His high IQ matched with his mature skill set allows him to see the game in a different way than many other of his fellow 8th grade prospects. McMullen rebounded the ball extremely well and was very coachable. Already nearing six feet tall, he has the potential to be a matchup nightmare in high school with his versatile style of play. 

Tyrrie Ragland, 2020, 6'2" Power Forward, McAdory (AL): Even though Ragland remains quite undersized for the four position at 6'2", he still used his strong frame to carve out position and muscle some big baskets around the rim. He has great footwork in the post, especially considering how young he is. Ragland has a great attitude on and off the court and it will be interesting to see how his game continues to develop, especially if he can continue to grow. 

Justin Knights, 2020, 5'9" Combo Guard, Williams (AL): One of the best shooters over the course of the weekend, Knights was a tough cover during 5-on-5 play. He was running the floor very well and getting himself in good positions to knock down open jumpshots from everywhere on the floor and he did just that. His three point shot has vastly improved, and on defense he continued to impress with his high motor and great on-ball defense. 

Adonis Davis, 2021, 6'0" Combo Guard, Blackville-Hilda (SC): Davis had some big expectations on his shoulders heading into the camp as he has been starting on his varsity high school team this season as an 8th grader. Despite battling through a knee injury, Davis still made his presence known. He is built like a high school running back and is fantastic when slashing to the rim and drawing contact. His point guard skills have improved drastically as he was directing teammates where to go and racking up plenty of assists on Sunday. 

Devin Wilson, 2020, 6'1" Combo Guard, Hoover (AL): The former Texas native was productive all throughout the weekend. Wilson has decent size at 6'1" and used this size to his advantage when crashing the glass and finishing over the top of smaller defenders when slashing and taking the ball to the rim. Once he can become a consistent shooter, he will be a big headache for opposing defense's. 

Jamar "Mikey" Blandin, 2021, 6'2" Power Forward, Northwoods Middle (SC): During 5-on-5 play on Sunday, Blandin could not be kept off of the boards. The only time the opposing team did not struggle to control the glass was when he was on the bench. Blandin has big time potential with his phyisical tools and intangibles as just an 8th grader. If he grows another three or four inches, his potential could be scary. 

Nicholas Sawyer, 2021, 5'9" Point Guard, Monrovia Middle (AL): Arguably one of the biggest breakout performers of the weekend was Sawyer. He was an extremely tough cover on offense with his abilities to score from all three levels and played with great energy and hustle on defense. Sawyer is definitely one to keep an eye on in Alabama when talking about some of the best 2021 prospects. 

Sam Youngblood, 2020, 6'3" Shooting Guard, McAdory (AL): Possibly the best pure shooter at camp was Youngblood. Even though he was hesistant at times, when he let the ball fly from deep it usually went in, especially if the defense gave him any space at all. He is a good slasher but needs to work on finishing through contact around the rim. Once his slashing game becomes as consistent as his deep shooting he will be a complete offensive player. Keep in mind that he's only a freshman. 

Eric Butler, 2020, 6'2" Combo Guard, Smith Station (AL): Butler comes in at #90 in our 2020 national rankings depth chart. This past weekend he proved he was worthy of this spot as he showed the abilities to score in bunches and take over a game in the blink of an eye. Don't be surprised to see him playing at a mid or high major program down the road. 

Grayson Long, 2020, 5'9" Combo Guard, Haleyville (AL): Long is no stranger to the Future150 camp series, and what the staff saw this weekend from him was very impressive. His game has definitely improved since the last time we saw him. He was confidence on offense and showed patience and poise when running the offense or playing off the ball. If defenses didn't lock in on him he would kill them with his outside shooting. Highly productive weekend for Long. 

Michael McGraw, 2022, 5'8" Point Guard, Faith Christian School (AL): Even though McGraw was one of the youngest players in the gym this past weekend, you wouldn't know it while watching him play. He played with confidence and made some smart plays while running the point during 5-on-5 play. He also showed the ability to knock down the mid and long range jump shots. McGraw's development and growth as a player is definitely something to keep an eye on heading forward. 

Griffin Wray, 2020, 5'7" Combo Guard, Hazel Green (AL): Another big time breakout performer over the course of the weekend was Wray. On offense he could get hot in a hurry and made it look effortless when knocking down three or four three pointers in a row on multiple occasions. He was efficient of the catch and off the bounce, and was a good vocal leader which went unnoticed due to his big time weekend scoring the ball. 

Noah Bussman, 2020, 5'8" Shooting Guard, Cullman (AL): Bussman didn't wow anyone at camp but the one thing that stood out was his consistency on both ends of the floor. He was unselfish on the offensive end and played with great energy on defense and on the glass. Very solid weekend for the Alabama product. 

Myles Davis, 2020, 6'1" Point Guard, Flowery Branch (GA): Davis has that swagger to his game that you love to see in a point guard. He loves to lead a team and control the tempo of the game. He was never scared to take the big shot and always seemed calm and collected when running the show. 

Cameron Edwards, 2020, 6'1" Combo Guard, Fort Dorchester (SC): One of the main things that stood out about Edwards was how he let the game come to him. He rarely forced shots and always took what the defense gave to him. His high motor on defense allowed him to grab plenty of boards and cause turnovers. Also one of the best athletes at camp, he threw down his fair share of break away jams during the weekend. 

Andre Eason, 2020, 6'2" Power Forward, Germantown (TN): Like Ragland, Eason is quite undersized to be playing the four spot but his strong frame and lengthy wingspan allowed him to play great interior defense and crash the glass hard on both ends of the floor. Eason is a good player now, but has a chance to be a lot better if he grows and becomes more consistent scoring the ball down low. 

Kaleb Jenkins, 2020, 5'11" Point Guard, Shiloh (GA): Jenkins impressed at Future150's Elite24 Camp this past summer with his great scoring abilities and impressive ball-handling skills. This weekend was no different. He sliced up the defense with his handles and scored the ball from all three levels during 5-on-5 play. 

Christian Williams, 2020, 6'1" Combo Guard, Peachtree Ridge (GA): Williams loves to score off the jump shot, and possesses the ability to knock it down from virtually anywhere on the floor. He uses his length on defense to bother the primary ball handlers by disrutping the passing lanes. Very impressive performance for Williams this past weekend. 

DaVeon Thomas, 2021, 6'0" Combo Guard, Lee Central Middle (SC): Thomas was one of the best on-ball defenders in the gym during the weekend. He was very impressive during 1-on-1 drills Saturday as he hardly ever let his man drive by him or break him down. He has improved as a shooter and is one of the best in his class in the state of South Carolina. 

Josh Hall, 2021, 6'1" Combo Forward, Dent Middle (SC): Hall doesn't get as much recognition as the other Central Carolina Force prospects (Rice, Adonis Davis, DaVeon Thomas), but he definitely had a productive weekend. Hall is a smooth playmaker that can put the ball on the floor and slash into the lane from the perimeter. He can play on the post as well, and is very versatile on the defensive end. 


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