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Future150 Jr. All-Southwest Camp: All-Star Selections
by Eric Hampford, Future150 (4:11 PM CT, Wed May 30, 2018)
Future150 Jr. All Southwest Camp All-Stars 2018
Future150 Jr. All Southwest Camp All-Stars 2018
Eric Hampford
Eric Hampford:

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

Houston, TX (Future150) -- Our Junior Future150 All-Southwest Camp took us to Houston, Texas last weekend, where there was no shortage of talent in the gym in the classes of 2021-2023. In my estimation, there were roughly 10-15 future division one prospects in the gym, along with a number of potential division two prospects. Which players earned all-star recognition? Find out below.

Jasen Green, 2022 Post, Nebraska: It was a breakout weekend for the highly skilled 6'5" post prospect, who came all the way to camp from Omaha, Nebraska. Sporting a 6'8" wingspan, he was a deadly shot-blocker, rebounder and interior scorer throughout the weekend, while playing with a non-stop motor. His stock is going to go through the roof this coming AAU season.

Cameron Taylor, 2021 SF, Texas: The sky is the limit for the 6'4" wing prospect, who has a variety of tools at his disposal. If he continues to improve his offensive skills, he has the talent to become a deadly three-level scorer. He measured with a 6'6" wingspan, and should continue to grow and evolve this spring and summer, so be on the lookout for the Mansfield Timberview (TX) prospect. 

Jack Witmer, 2021 Post, Texas: There's been an impressive level of improvement from the nearly 6'7" post prospect from Cy-Fair High School (TX). He's already a state championship winner on the gridiron as a talented TE prospect, but don't count out his chance as a stud basketball prospect as well. He's an explosive big man with an arsenal of post moves, and if he continues to improve at this rate, his name will be very hot in Texas after 2018. 

Juan Reyna III, 2021 G, Texas: The most skilled guard in the camp, the 6'1" combo guard can do anything he pleases on the floor based on his current skill set. If you need him to run the point, he uses his fantastic passing skills and overall feel to get others involved in the flow of the game. If you want him to get baskets, he has one of the most efficient jumpers in the entire state, and can get hot very quickly. Keep an eye on the San Antonio guard, who should have a huge AAU season. 

Donte Coady, 2021 SF, Texas: We absolutely loved the motor and effectiveness of the 6'4" wing prospect. The Bowie High School (TX) product was an impressive slasher and rebounder, taking advantage of his fantastic second-leap ability and explosive athleticism. As he rounds out his ball skills and jumper, he should really blossom into a stud in the Dallas area. 

Chancellor White, 2022 SG, Texas: Arguably the best prospect in the gym over the weekend, the 6'3" wing has an awesome combination of skills, upside and bloodlines at his disposal. A smooth prospect who has a nice set of skills already, it's only a matter of time until he turns the corner and starts really asserting himself. The sky is the limit for the talented three-level scorer, and people in the Dallas area are going to know his name very soon. 

Cedric Cook, 2021 Post, Texas: When looking at a mixture of production and potential, the 6'5" Cy-Fair High School (TX) forward is definitely a prospect of intrigue going forward. He has emerging skills, especially around the rim. He's long and productive, with size 16 feet, projecting further growth. Check back in a year, and we're betting he's going to be a completely different player, which has us excited. 

Calvione Calicutt, 2022 Post, Texas: Making the trip to camp from Odessa, the 6'5" post put his name on the regional radar with a strong showing. Recording a 6'9" wingspan, the lefty big man was a beast on the low block, finishing plays regularly throughout the camp, and got stronger as the camp went on. He also proved to be a beastly rebounder in the paint as well. 

Kenny Davis III, 2022 G, Texas: Don't be surprised when the 5'11" guard prospect turns into one of the best prospects on this entire list. Young for his class with size 13 feet, there's a lot of growth left for the Crowley Middle School (TX) product. Unselfish to a fault, he makes a lot of the right reads on offense already, and he knows how to finish with both hands around the rim. Once he becomes more assertive, his stock will take off. 

Jordan Roberts, 2021 SG, Texas: The 6'2" wing prospect had some very nice moments as a scorer from the wing. Not only does he have a nice blend of size, burst & finishing ability around the rim, but he's a vocal prospect who plays to win every game. He likes to lock in on the defensive end, which makes him an even more appealing wing prospect. 

Michael Ungu, 2021 Post, Texas: Keep an eye out for the South Grand Prairie (TX) 6'7" big man, who has a lot of untapped potential. Measuring the longest wingspan in the camp at 6'10", he uses it to his advantage to block shots and explode for easy dunks at the rim. Once he develops a few go-to post moves and learns to play with a motor, he's going to be a very good big man prospect. 

Jaylon Frazier-Collins, 2021 PG, Texas: What I really liked about the 6-foot guard was how smooth and efficient he was throughout the weekend. He didn't have standout speed or athleticism, but he knew how to play the game, and picked his spots well. Combine that with the fact he possesses a 6'4" wingspan, and there's a lot to like about his game as he moves forward in his development. 

Dylan Glover, 2022 G, Texas: Already a sturdily built 6'2" guard prospect with impressive ball skills and feel for the game, the Allen Academy (TX) prospect has a very bright future in the game. He already plays elite level travel circuit basketball, and it shows. He's got a confidence about him that impressed us, and his game should continue to blossom at the guard spot. 

Donerio Davenport, 2021 PG, Texas: The 5'11" point guard was a blur in transition over the weekend. When he got out on the break, it usually meant either a layup for him, or a pretty assist to a teammate. His speed was highlighted by his camp best 2.68 seconds in the three-quarter court sprint. As his jump shot improves, he will become an even more dangerous prospect. 

Wilfredo Amaro, 2021 SG, Texas: Possessing excellent size for the wing position, measuring at 6'3", we like what the future holds for the Poth High School (TX) product. A natural scorer who loves to get to the rim, he had several very nice stretches throughout the camp. He also showed significant bursts of athleticism, finishing plays with dunks on aggressive drives or in the transition setting. 

Jared Viesca, 2021 Post, Texas: First popping up onto our radar as a raw 6'4" 7th grader, we really like the development of the Bridgeland High School (TX) big man so far. Standing at nearly 6'7" now, he's clearly been working on his post moves and his ability to finish around the rim, which were both on full display during his time at the camp. 

Jalen Guinn, 2021 SG, Texas: At nearly 6-foot, the Martin High School (TX) guard prospect showed smooth shooting skills at camp. If he was left open for any period of time, you could count the basket, as he was one of the most effective long distance scorers throughout the weekend. As he develops his ball skills, he could develop into a very good prospect based on his current skills. 

Kody Finley, 2022 SG, Louisiana: A talented 6'2" wing prospect from Ponchatoula Junior High (LA), there's a lot to like about the talented slasher. The younger brother of 6'5" 2020 QB prospect TJ Finley, who is piling up high-major football offers, we believe that Kody will really blossom over the next year or so and become one of the most touted prospects in the state. 

Jared McElroy, 2021 SG, Texas: A dynamic scorer with a strong frame at 5'11", the wing prospect was able to score from all three levels, making him one of the tougher prospects to cover at the camp. He played with an endless motor, and was one of the strongest defenders at the camp as well, making him an easy choice for an all-star selection. 

Javen Hutton, 2021 PG, Texas: The 6-footer created quite a stir on the opening day of camp, as he was the most prolific scorer in the gym during five-on-five play. Not only was he knocking down shots from beyond the three-point line regularly, but he was also effective attacking the rim and finishing with either hand. He continued his strong play into Sunday as well, earning his all-star bid. 

Dorian Manigo, 2021 PG, Texas: One of the fastest prospects in the gym over the weekend was the nearly 5'10" point guard, who was equal parts passer and scorer at the camp. Specifically, he loved to get out on the break for easy buckets and assist opportunities. On the defensive end, he did a great job of locking up offensive weapons. 

Jaleen Goodman, 2022 PG, Texas: You can tell that the 5'6" point guard has been playing high level basketball in Houston for several years now. The shifty guard prospect can get to the rim against anyone, and is impressive when finishing around the tin with either hand. He never gets shaken by the moment, and he's a talented youngster with a bright future.

Kaden Borne, 2021 G, Texas: The 5'8" combination guard was one of the more skilled guard prospect in the gym. Not only did he prove that he could score the ball with relative ease in different spots over the weekend, but he proved to be one of the tougher defenders in the camp setting as well. He backed down from no one, and is setting himself up for a nice AAU season. 

Jalen Collins, 2022 G, Texas: After coming to our Future150 Elite24 All-American Camp in August last year, the 5'4" prospect left knowing he had work to do. Well, he came back to camp this past weekend with a chip on his shoulder, and it showed. Not only was he hungry to perform, but he showed how much he's been working on his game, routinely outplaying the much bigger talent in the gym. He's a fearless competitor with excellent shooting skills. It was an impressive weekend by him.

Jaylon Johnson, 2022 G, Texas: One of the best long range shooters in the entire camp, the 5'5" guard took the camp by storm on opending day. He was knocking down shot after shot from beyond the 3-point line. Not short on confidence, the perimeter sniper continued his strong play throughout Sunday as well, earning him all-star recognition. 

Spencer Campbell, 2021 G, Tennessee: The 5'11" shooting guard prospect stood out as one of the most skilled campers in attendance. His skillset shined through during our skill stations, and his basketball IQ was noted during camp five-on-five games. It's also worth noting how well he shot the ball from mid-range during game play. 

Earnesto Flores, 2022 PG, Texas: Flores is a lead guard who made his presence felt on the defensive end of the floor.  He used his quickness, speed and quick hand to get steal after steal.  To be 5-feet-1 inches tall and play with all heart, this young prospect made a difference on every play. He average over 8 rebounds per game and 3 steals over the weekend.  There's one thing skill can't over come and that is effort.  Flores takes home the "Mr. Hustle" award on the weekend.  Coaches hate playing against this type of player.

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