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Future150 Jr. All-Southeast Camp: All-Star Selections
by Eric Hampford, Future150 (3:50 PM CT, Wed February 28, 2018)
Future150 Jr. All Southeast Camp All-Stars.
Future150 Jr. All Southeast Camp All-Stars.
Eric Hampford
Eric Hampford:

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

Atlanta, GA (Future150) -- Future150 Junior All-Southeast Camp kicked off our 2018 camp season, and the talent in the gym did not disappoint. After the camp came to a close on Sunday afternoon, it was 2022 prospects DJ Nix & Chandler Jackson who were named MVP's after putting up consistent showings throughout the camp. Which prospects made our all-star game? Find out below. 

Derrick Nix, 2022 SF, North Carolina: Standing at 6'5" with a nearly 6'8" wingspan, it was a breakout weekend for the emerging wing prospect, who showed much improved perimeter skills since we saw him last in July. Playing at the Cannon School (NC), he'll continue to make waves in the state of North Carolina for years to come. He leaves the camp as a co-MVP winner. 

Chandler Jackson, 2022 G, Tennessee: Since starring at our Future150 Elite24 All-American Camp in August, the future continues to look very bright for the now 6'2" shooting guard, who is one of the most gifted scorers in the Southeast region. He showed why he's the current #1 8th grade prospect in Memphis by winning camp co-MVP honors. 

Ja'Kobe Strozier, 2022 SG, Georgia:  We first got eyes on the bouncy 6'2" wing prospect two weekends ago in Portland, Oregon while he was playing with a talented Atlanta Big Five team. He followed that nice weekend by showing that he has the tools to be 'the man' in the future, wherever he ends up going to high school. He's a talented slasher and defender with impressive bounce. 

Brooks Kahlert, 2021 PG, Georgia: Affectionately known as 'White Chocolate' by several of the campers, the 5'10" point guard plays with the flash and swagger of a young star. Not only does he have standout ball skills, but he's a prolific shooter who had no trouble pulling up from 28 feet when given the opportunity to do so. 

Mikey Blandin, 2021 SF, South Carolina: Without question, the 6'2" small forward prospect was Mr. Motor at camp over the weekend. A constant double-double threat every time he hits the floor, he loves to not only attack the rim for easy scores, but he thrives when attacking the glass on both ends as well. Moreso, he takes pride in his on-ball defense. 

Ryan Kelly, 2022 SF, New York: Standing at a legitimate 6'5", the small forward prospect was the best pure shooter in attendance at camp. If he was given any space to get the shot off, it was going in. We love the size and tools he has to work with. Now it's a matter of improving his ball skills and foot speed. 

Tysean Dawson, 2021 G, South Carolina: Maybe the best guard in the camp at getting to the rim for scoring opportunities was the Richland Northeast (SC) 6-footer. A strong upper body makes him an intimidating guard to stay in front of while also making him one of the better defenders who participated in the camp as well. 

Kyle Marcelin, 2021 PG, Florida: We first got our eyes on the 6'0" guard prospect at our Future150 Elite24 All-American Camp in August. Since then, he's added impressive bounce to his game, and continues to show us that he's able to score with ease when heading downhill. It's time to start keeping tabs on the Miami High School (FL) prospect. 

Romeo Bell, 2022 PG, New York: The Buffalo, New York product had the best spin move in the camp, routinely showcasing it while making his way to the bucket for easy scores. He also showed that he has nice court vision, setting up teammates for easy looks throughout the weekend. Nearly 6'1", he tracks as one of the better guards in Upstate New York right now. 

Cade Phillips, 2023 SF, Alabama: The most impressive 7th grader in attendance was the 6'2" future wing prospect. He has a nice feel for the game, and made all the right passes when playing. While he wasn't quite as assertive as he needed to be, we're quite certain that will come in time. By the looks of his size 14 shoes, and the fact that both his parents were big time athletes, his future looks bright. 

Jamai Jackson2021 PF, New York: The nearly 6'7" post is slowly but surely making strides in his game. Equipped with a large wingspan nearing 6'10", he's naturally a very fine shot-blocking presence in the paint. He's also showing signs of ability when finishing around the rim, and has begun to show nice strides when using his left hand for finishes as well. 

Joshua Mason, 2021 SG, Alabama: It's time to start taking a closer look at the nearly 6'2" Demopolis High School (AL) prospect, who plays a punishing style of basketball thanks to his strong frame. He loves to get to the basket, and punishes anyone who gets in his way within 10 feet of the basket. He also has potential as a lockdown defender.

Gary Williams Jr., 2021 G, North Carolina: The 6'2" guard prospect got better as the camp went on, and really shined in the camp all-star game on Sunday afternoon. A highly skilled wing at this point, he showed a solid mid-range game and nice court vision to go along with standout defense, thanks to his 6'5" wingspan that was measured over the weekend. 

Jayden Buckley, 2022 PG, Alabama: The Carver Magnet School (AL) product was one of the most consistent shooters throughout the two day camp, which made him an easy selection for the all-star game. At 5'11", he can play either guard position with relative ease, but the best asset to his game right now is his ability to put the ball in the basket. 

David Brooks, 2022 PG, Georgia: The 5'7" point guard prospect from Champion Middle School (GA) set himself apart from the rest of the field with his advanced mid-range game at camp. His game was really cooking when he was working off-the-dribble and getting baskets around 15 to 18 feet. He also showed solid ball skills during his evaluations. 

Gemari Marshall, 2021 PG, Mississippi: The sweet shooting 5'11" combo guard showed off an improved perimeter game at Future150 Junior All-Southeast Camp. Not only has he grown over the past six months, but he's improved in all facets of his offensive game as well. Playing with a quiet demeanor on the floor, he let his game do all the talking in Atlanta. 

Brayden Lambert, 2021 G, Florida: We’ve seen some impressive improvements from the 5’8” Pensacola Catholic (FL) prospect over the past year, and he was rewarded with a selection to the Future150 Junior All-Southeast Camp All-Star Game. Not only has he become a more consistent shooter from the perimeter, but his ball skills and overall foot speed revisions were also notable.

Grayson Wright, 2021 SF, Alabama: The Westbrook Christian (AL) 6'4" forward continues to improve upon his perimeter skills. He's not only showing more consistency on his perimeter shot, but he's added some nice one and two-dribble moves to his game. He's also continued to improve his ball skills over the past year, which we are excited about. 

Jaylan Thompson, 2021 G, Mississippi: The 5'10" combo guard from Terry High School (MS) turned out to be one of the most polished scorers at the camp. His five-on-five team went undefeated on the weekend, and he was a big reason why. He's most impressive working from the mid-range and when getting to the rim. He's also a strong defender who doesn't back down from a challenge. 

Marion Mitchell Jr., 2021 PG, South Carolina: The combination of speed and strength displayed by the 5'8" guard prospect from Riverpoint Christian Academy (SC) was impressive from the floor general. As the camp rolled on and he got more comfortable in the setting, he really started showing off his court vision and passing skills, making several very impressive plays on Sunday during five-on-five play. 

Jordan Wicker, 2021 SF, Georgia: The 6'3" forward from Holy Spirit Prep (GA) put together a nice weekend at camp. He was active on both ends of the floor, scoring well around the rim. He also used his 6'5" wingspan to disrupt the offense via blocked shots and disrupted passing lanes. Next up for him in the improvement department should be his perimeter shooting and ball skills. 

Christian Jones, 2022 SG, Ohio: The 6’2” wing prospect really caught the attention of our staff when he took over during four-on-four competition Sunday morning. He really had his jumper going, leading his team to a final four spot. He also impressed our staff by using his motor to crash the glass for extra scoring opportunities.

Parker All, 2021 SF, Georgia: A 6’3” forward with a 6’6” wingspan, he steadily impressed as the weekend wore on. Using his size and long frame, he was a nice scorer around the rim who also rebounded well on both ends. On the defensive end of the floor, he also blocked several shots while putting an imprint on the game.

Samar Abdullah, 2022 G, New Jersey: One of the more consistent shooters in the camp was the 5’9” guard prospect, who looked comfortable playing either position in the backcourt. In two separate five-on-five sessions over the weekend, he showed just how quickly he can get hot from the perimeter while keeping his turnovers down.

Andrew Farmer, 2021 SF, Florida: There wasn’t a player in the gym who hustled as much as the 5’11” Navarre High School product at Future150 Junior All-Southeast Camp. He was routinely spotted diving for loose balls and crashing the glass at all times, which was what really appealed to our staff. While doing so, he also showed an ability to finish well around the rim.

Brysen Nunn, 2021 F, Georgia: One of the better forward prospects in the gym over the weekend was the Calvary Day School (GA) prospect, who measured 6’5” in shoes during our combine testing. He’s an impressive rebounder thanks to his nearly 6’8” wingspan, and had nice moments as a finisher and defender during his time at camp.

Philip Dotson, 2022 PG, Tennessee: One of the most impressive perimeter shooters at the camp was the Lakeland Middle School (TN) product, who doesn’t need much room to get off his shot. He has adequate ball skills and knows how to shake himself free from defenses in order to find places to score. While he’s an impressive scorer, he’s also capable of running the offense for his team as well.

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