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The Vault: Remember the 2014 Future150 Arkansas Camp
by Brian Flinn, Future150 (12:53 AM CT, Thu September 17, 2015)
2014 Arkansas Camp Top 20 All-Star selections.
2014 Arkansas Camp Top 20 All-Star selections.
Brian Flinn
Brian Flinn:

Future150 National Recruiting Analyst. Covering high school basketball nationally.

Little Rock, AR (Future150) -- At least six D1 players competed during the Future150 Arkansas Camp last fall.  Mere hours remain before another sparkling showdown in The Natural State.  Sign up now to stake your claim!

Future150 Arkansas Camp 2015

 

The 2014 Future150 Arkansas Camp proved to be our most loaded regional camp this fall, giving us a look at high-upside prospects from the classes of 2015-2018. With a mix of nationally and regionally acclaimed prospects as well as some new names, it was an awesome weekend to cover the number of talented kids in attendance. Here are the standouts...

KeVaughn Allen, 2015 CG, North Little Rock (AR): Few guards in the country can match the strength and athleticism of Allen. He got to the rim at will throughout the camp and showed off an improved shooting stroke from beyond the arc. He has also continued his development as a primary ball-handler and looks like he may be able to play either position in college.

Payton Willis, 2016 SG, Fayetteville (AR): The next kid to blow up in the state of Arkansas could be the 6-foot-4 Fayetteville High School shooting guard. An extremely smooth combo guard who is a high volume shooter, he shined at camp and continues to improve his overall set of skills. Also a high academic prospect.

Shawn Williams, 2016 SG, Maumelle (AR): Shawn is a very good scorer and a fantastic shooter. He can also put the ball on the floor a bit, but it is his range that really makes him a dangerous scorer.  He can shoot it from 24 feet with consistency and must be picked up once he hits half court. 

Adrian Moore, 2016 SG, North Little Rock (AR): We continue to watch the evolution of the North Little Rock (AR) wing. His ability to score the basketball on all three levels consistently has us very impressed with his continued work and development. Look for him to have a big year this winter as he plays a national schedule.

Andre Jones, 2016 SG, McClellan (AR): Jones has improved his three point shot greatly since attending "The Summit" back in May. He is now consistent and must be accounted for once he gets to the line. He is still an athletic freak that is capable of getting to the rim at will and finishing through defenders. If he keeps this level of play up, it will be hard to keep him out of the rankings.

J.P. Perry, 2015 PG, Southwest Christian Academy (AR): A strong and physical guard at 6'1", the southpaw is a fiery floor general who makes a living by scoring at the basket. He is a straight line driver who embraces contact and also shows excellent court vision as well. What is most impressive about his game is the improvement he has shown on his jump shot since last year.

Sam Dunkum, 2015 C, North Little Rock (AR): Dunkum is a talented big man that runs the floor very well and is a decent rebounder. He has gotten more explosive in the past few months and has really grown into his frame. Lafayette has a player on their hands and he could ultimately develop into an all-patriot league level talent.

Quawn Smith, 2016 G, Jacksonville (AR): The high volume scorer was at it again this past weekend. He's a smooth lefty who can score the basketball on all three levels who also has surprising athleticism. A creative playmaker, he showed that he can play both guard positions as well.

Matt Stanley, 2017 SF, Vilonia (AR): Stanley has a ton of talent and is beginning to put it all together. At 6-foot-7, he can play on the perimeter and is capable of knocking down the three ball when open. In addition, he is a good ball-handler for a player his size and is equally capable of getting to the rim and finishing over defenders. 

Salisu Yahaya, 2017 PF, Jonesboro (AR): A high upside prospect, the 6-foot-7 power forward has excellent length and athleticism. He routinely made impressive plays around the rim and also runs the floor well. As he continues his development, look for his ball skills and mid-range shooting to be next in line.

Will Hrubes, 2016 SF, Briarcrest Christian (AR): Hrubes is a versatile wing that can score in a variety of ways. When a smaller defender was on him, he was comfortable with scoring on the block. When faced with a bigger defender, he was comfortable taking his man off the dribble. Once he gets stronger and his handle gets better, watch out!

Kobe Wilson, 2018 G, Jonesboro (AR): The smooth 6-foot-1 combo guard is a Houston transplant who landed at Jonesboro High School (AR) after his dad took an assistant job at Arkansas State. It's evident that he understands the game and has the physical tools to become a lethal prospect in the 2018 class. He can score the basketball on all three levels and also run the offense.

Ezell Ramsey, 2017 CF, Hall (AR): Ramsey is just starting to scratch the surface of his considerable potential, and it shows. He is an athletic forward who is transitioning his way out onto the wing. He used his large frame well this weekend and showcased his fantastic rebounding ability.He is definetly one to keep an eye on.

J.J. Rainey, 2016 G, Fayetteville (AR): A highly skilled combo guard, the 6-foot-2 Fayetteville (AR) standout was an excellent scorer from mid-range as well as three-point range. He can handle the basketball and rarely turns the ball over. Good looking prospect who continues to improve.

Brayln James, 2016 CG, Jacksonville (AR):  James is a big guard with good speed and vision. He is also a decent shooter, although he needs to become a little more consistent from beyond the arc.

Ibrahim Ali, 2017 C, Southwest Christian Academy: While very raw on the offensive end, there wasn't a better interior defender at the camp than the physically imposing 6-foot-8, 220-pound big man. He was blocking shots all weekend long and showed an ability to finish plays with dunks around the rim. High motor big man with upside.

Kevion Stewart, 2016 SG, Cordova (TN): Stewart is a talented scoring guard who go it done in a variety of ways throughout the weekend. He shot it well from deep, as well as attacked the rim. He has the ideal size and skill to be a primary scoring option at the next level.

Jarvis Ricks, 2017 PG, North Little Rock (AR): The most impressive passer at the camp, the 5-foot-7 point has an uncanny ability to see the floor. He gets to the rim at will and always puts his teammates in positive situations. As he continues to work on his jumper, look for him to develop into one of the better floor generals in the state.

Parker Jennings, 2016 PG, Bixby (OK): The 5-foot-10 Bixby (OK) lead guard was one of the best pure point guards in the camp. He was excellent when it came to blowing by defenders and finding teammates for easy baskets. He knows how to work through small seams in the defense and can also score around the rim.

Ishun Bryant, 2016 PG, North Little Rock (AR): The 5-foot-10 combo guard was a big scorer at camp over the weekend, and he impressed us with his ability to be a big shot maker. He also showed that he can score the basketball on all three levels.

Sunday the next Top 20 out of Arkansas will be revealed, as Future150 comes back to Conway, Arkansas. Sign up now to compete and get that exposure. Future150 Arkansas Camp.

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