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Future150 Arkansas Camp: Top 40 All-Star Standouts
by Eric Hampford, Future150 (4:10 PM CT, Fri September 19, 2014)
Future150 Arkansas Camp Top 40 All-Star Selections.
Future150 Arkansas Camp Top 40 All-Star Selections.
Eric Hampford
Eric Hampford:

Future150 GM / Senior National Analyst. Covering high and middle school basketball.

Little Rock, AR (Future150) -- 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. Here is a look at some of the most talented prospects who shined during the camp...

Cordy Winston, 2016 PG, Sylvan Hills (AR): The Sylvan Hills (AR) product is really a fun kid to watch. He plays with intensity on both ends of the floor and is a lockdown defender. He also does a good job of balancing his scoring and distributing of the ball.

Kendrick Thorn, 2018 PG, Robey (AR): The 6-foot lead guard is an explosive guard who is very hard to stop when he's going to the basket. The Robey (AR) product loves to penetrate to the basket, where he can finish around the rim with both hands. Very encouraging signs for a 2018 player.

Carson Petrucelli, 2018 SG, Conway East (AR): Petrucelli is a decent scorer who has great range on his jumper for a player his age. He is capable of creating his own shot and is deceptively quick. Once he continues to develop his handle he will be a force.

Tyler Moore, 2017 SF, Little Rock Central (AR): There's a lot to like about the Little Rock Central (AR) wing. With excellent size at 6-foot-5 and a soft touch around the rim, it's only a matter of time until his shooting begins to improve, as well as his ball skills.

Raymond Harris III, 2016 G, McClellan (AR): The 5-foot-9 McClellan (AR) combo guard is a gritty scorer who has a nose for the basketball. He can knock down shots from the perimeter with ease and knows how to create as well.

Jacarius Stewart, 2015 G, Morrilton (AR): The 6-foot-1 Morrilton (AR) guard was at his best when he was attacking the rim over the weekend. He knows how to finish around the rim and loves to get out and play in transition.

Dequarius McCord, 2018 F, Kirby (TN): The future is very bright for the freshman forward from Memphis Kirby High School (TN). Already 6-foot-7 with a high motor, McCord was as active as any player around the rim all weekend. Once he develops his right hand and perimeter scoring, he will become a dangerous prospect.

Trenton Gibson, 2018 SG, Blackman (TN): The 6-foot shooting guard keeps on improving. He is a smart prospect who always makes the right play. He has a good looking jump shot from mid-range and is also a creative passer. As he grows, look for him to grow into a very skilled wing at the high school level.

Deion Dobbins, 2017 SG, North Little Rock (AR): One of the next big names to emerge from North Little Rock (AR) looks to be the sophomore wing. The 6-foot-4 scorer knows how to get baskets on all three levels and has good length and athleticism as well.

Jordan Walker, 2016 PG, Macadory (AL): A high motor, strong big man at 6-foot-6, the McAdory (AL) prospect made a living on the glass at camp. He finished regularly around the rim and he also played physical on-ball defense. He has good size and ability to play at the next level.

Jaylan Fulton, 2018 SG, Conway (AR): Fulton is a talented scorer who can heat up in a hurry. On the final day of camp he got hot from beyond the arc, knocking down a  handful of threes. He is one to keep an eye on moving forward.

Owen Atkinson, 2017 SF, Bishop McGuinness (OK): The Bishop McGuinness (OK) 6-foot-6 wing has a lot of room for growth in his game. He knows how to score the basketball on all three levels, showing off a versatile game at camp. As he continues to improve his strength and ball skills, look for a big AAU season next year.

Donny Cooper, 2017 SG, Blackman (TN): An athletic 6-foot-2 wing, the Blackman (TN) product has a knack for making mid-range jump shots, especially when they are contested. He also makes the right play and is a low turnover prospect.

Cadarius Baggett, 2018 SG, Jack Roby High (AR):  Baggett showed off another facet of his game, knocking down threes consistently throughout the weekend. Combine that will his ability to drive, and Baggett has the looks of a big time scorer.

Brandon Vanover, 2016 C, Arkansas Baptist (AR): Brandon has excellent size and good hands when catching the ball in the post. He has a number of post moves , with his best being a hook shot. Vanover is also a very good passer out of the post and is fundamentally sound. His movement is still a little robotic, but once he grows into his frame he will be one heck of a player.

Spencer Brown, 2016 SG, Fayetteville (AR):  Brown is a decent guard that finds a way to get to the rim and finish around defenders or kick out to open teammates. He has good size and good feel for the game. The next step for him will be becoming more aggressive in hunting his own shot.

Colin McNulty, 2016 PG, Greenbrier (AR):  McNulty is the type of point guard that can be trusted to run a team. He rarely turns the ball over and finds his teammates for easy baskets. He is also a good scorer in the mid-range. The next step for him will be becoming more consistent from beyond the arc.

Josh Nichols, 2017 SF, Hall High (AR): Nichols is a bit of a tweener at this point, but makes up for it with his motor. He is a good rebounder who can score around the rim and in the mi-range. He must improve his ball-handling ability and range on his jumper if he wants to play on the wing at all times.

Ian James, 2015 SF, Kickapoo (MO): James is a hard-nosed forward who rebounds the ball well and can shoot it from the mid-range. He is a bit of a tweener at this point and must work to expand his perimeter game or get stronger.

Hunter Daley, 2016 SG, Jessieville (AR): Daley is a good shooter who is capable of getting hot in a hurry. Despite being just 5-foot-9 he finds a way to get his shot off. As he continues to develop his point guard skills, he will see his stock rise.

Edmond Robinson, 2017 PG Maumelle (AR):  Robinson is a big point guard who looks to get his teammates involved before he looks to score. He has a good frame and uses it to get into the lane where he either finds his big man or kicks out to shooters. He is also capable of hitting shots when left open, but is at his best when distributing.

Trevor Atwell, 2017 SF, Harrison (AR): Atwell is another tweener that makes up for his height by playing hard. He is a good rebounder with the frame to bully smaller defenders on the block. He is also an above average shooter. The next step for him will be working on his ball-handling as well as his conditioning.

Tyler Perry, 2019 PG, Darby (AR): Perry has a high basketball IQ for a player his age. He is a good passer who keeps his head up and sees the floor well. It will be interesting to see how he continues to develop in the coming years.

Gavin Hawkins, 2017 PF, Little Rock Christian (AR): Hawkins is a high-energy forward who is a good rebounder and has good touch around the rim. He projects as a talented player and could play division one ball if he grows a bit more and continues to develop.



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