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Future150 Birmingham Camp: Top 20 All-Stars
by Eric Hampford, Future150 (2:31 PM CT, Thu October 2, 2014)
Future150 Birmingham Camp Top 20  All-Stars
Future150 Birmingham Camp Top 20 All-Stars
Eric Hampford
Eric Hampford:

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

Birmingham, AL (Future150) -- The Future150 Camp series came to an end this past weekend with our last regional camp taking place in Birmingham, Alabama, where several prospects stood out. Here is a look at the Top 20 All-Star selections:

Jamal Johnson, 2017 SG, Spain Park (AL): The 6-foot-4 shooting guard has proven time and time again that he is one of the best scorers nationally in his class, Currenly, he he holds offers from Kansas State, Murray State & Texas A&M. Expect that list to grow significantly over the next calendar year.

Tyron Brewer, 2018 SG, Meridian (MS): It looks like we may have discovered the next big wing prospect to come out of Mississippi in the 6-foot-3 Meridian (MS) shooting guard. An explosive athlete with a penchant for scoring, he has the whole package offensively, especially for a freshman.

Jarad Pruitt, 2015 SG, Hillcrest (AL): A talented scorer, the 6-foot-3 Hillcrest High School (AL) wing specializes in knocking down the mid-range jump shot. He is also a strong prospect who can score at the rim as well. His game has grown significantly since last year, which bodes well for the next level.

Jannson Williams, 2016 SF, Newnan (GA): The 6-foot-8 combination forward is an extemely intriguing prospect. He can play both inside and outside due to his shooting and finesse around the rim. A lot of upside to the Newnan High School (GA) product.

Tucker Campbell, 2015 SF, Adamsville (TN): Tucker continues to diversify his game. His transition to the wing spot continues, and he shows the ability to play both the power forward and small forward spots at 6-foot-5. Look for him to have a big senior season at Adamsville (TN).

Josh Juddine, 2015 SG, Gadsden City (AL): A shifty guard who specializes in attacking the rim, the 6-foot-3 Gadsden City (AL) combo knows how to score the basketball, whether he is slashing to the rim or knocking down jump shots.

Cortez Jones, 2015 SG, Oxford (MS): Arguably the best shooter at the camp, the 6-foot Oxford (MS) shooting guard was extremely fun to watch. He knows how to fill it up from the outside and loves taking shots when the game is on the line.

Collin Sexton, 2017 PG, Hillgrove (GA): Sexton has improved greatly in the past year, and now there is little doubting that he will play division one basketball down the road. At 6-foot-1 he has great speed and good vision. It seemed as though no one was able to stay in front of the guard all weekend. It will be interesting to see how he continues to develop.

Josh Freeman, 2016 SF, Cold Springs (AL): The MVP of the Summit Camp Top 20 All-Star game made yet another Top 20 game this weekend. He has good length and is a great shooter. He also has improved his ability to put the ball on the floor in the past few months and is one to keep an eye on.

Johnny Knox, 2015 SF, Meridan (MS): Knox is a long and lanky wing that does a little bit of everything. He has a good basketball IQ and is a good passer for his position. He also rebounds the ball well and can handle it in the open floor. He is equally capable of scoring on the block or on the perimeter.

Bobby Anderson, 2015 PF, Montevallo (AL): Anderson was arguably the best rebounder in the entire camp. He is a pogo-stick athlete that has good timing and is a good shot-blocker as well. He needs to put more weight on so he is able to bang down low with other bigs, but there is a good amount of upside.

Janai Raynor-Powell, 2015 PG, Floyd E. Kellem (VA): One of the best point guards in the camp, Raynor-Powell looked to get his teammates involved before hunting his own shot. He is a tad undersized but has good speed and a high basketball IQ. He looks like he will be a solid point guard at the next level.

Ladarrius Brewer, 2017 SF, Meridian (MS): Brewer may have the highest ceiling of all the campers this past weekend. The wing is blessed with great length and athleticism and it is clear that he is just starting to scratch the surface of his potential. He is a decent slasher and shooter. As he continues to develop he should see his recruitment pick up.

Isaiah Eguaebor, 2015 PG, Providence Christian Academy (TN): One of the quicker and shiftier guards in the camp, few defenders were able to stay in front of Eguaebor throughout the weekend. He also showcased a nice mid-range jumper and the ability to lock his man up defensively as well.

KeJerrick Taylor, 2016 SG, Terry (MS): A powerful guard who looked to get into the lane and finish through defenders, Taylor did just that throughout the weekend. He also rebounded the ball very well for someone who plays in the backcourt. He is one to keep an eye on.

Antonio Wade, 2015 CG, Hillgrove (GA): Wade is an intriguing combo-guard who is equal parts distributor and scorer. He is crafty once he gets into the lane, where he either finds teammates for open looks or finish around the rim with good body control.

Trey Wade, 2016 SG. Hillgrove (GA): The younger brother of Antonio, Trey is a lanky wing that was active on both ends of the floor throughout the weekend. Wade was solid in getting to the rim and grabbing rebounds. Once he improves his jumper, look out!

Malik McMillian 2015 SF, Escambia (AL): McMillian is a long and active wing who used his length to his advantage on both ends of the floor. He got to the rim and finished over defenders. He is also a decent athlete who explodes into his jump shot, making him very hard to block.

Kenneth Cotton, 2015 PG, Birmingham (AL): Cotton is a physical guard who was at his best at getting to the rim throughout the weekend. He used his ability to change speeds to get into the lane and either finish or kick out to open teammates. He should be able to play either position at the next level.
 

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