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Future150 Memphis Camp: All-Star Selection
by Jason Pratt, Future150 (5:25 PM CT, Thu September 29, 2016)
Future150 Camp Memphis All-Star Game Selections 2016
Future150 Camp Memphis All-Star Game Selections 2016
Jason Pratt
Jason Pratt:

Future150 Senior Recruiting Analyst. Covering high school basketball nationally.

Memphis, TN (Future150) -- The Future150 Camp Series was in Memphis, Tennessee this past weekend where the staff saw players from eight different states competing and trying to prove that they have the talent to take their game to the next level. 

Below are the All-Star selections from Memphis Camp: 

Kevin Fulton2019 PG, Nettleton (AR): Fulton is a super electric lead guard who showed a great first step off the dribble. He has excellent ball handling skills and can get anywhere on the floor he chooses.  This familiar face has improved his mid and long range shot which has opened up his ability to attack the rim. On ball efense and court vision are two things he does really well in the half court. He had a solid overall weekend which landed him in the All-Star Game.

Charles Winston, 2017 PG, Laurel (MS): Winston might be small in stature but he is extremely quick with the ball in his hands. He has excellent court vision and the ability to break down the defense off the dribble.  His shot making ability was on display all weekend long which made him stand out.  He definitely was one of the better shooter from the point guard position.

John Taylor, 2020 PG, Olive Branch (MS): Taylor is a scoring point guard who might be slight in size but can score at will.  He was one of the better three point shooter in the camp.  He was scoring on all three levels and made his living in the lane especially on the fast break.  As he continues to get stronger and becomes more well rounded, look for his game to take the next step.

Dontae Williamson, 2019 SF, Sacred Heart of Jesus (TN): Williamson is a super long, wiry prospect with a ton of upside to his game. He is a excellent rebounder on both ends of the floor and loves scoring in transition. He loves getting out on the fast break and was definitely on of the better finishers at the rim.  He had a couple of dunks that left the camp in awe.  His three point shot making ability is the one attribute that made him stand out on the weekend. His overall performance landed him in the All-Star Game.

Jalen Cincore, 2019 SG, Bartlett (TN): Cincore is a prospect that is a familiar face to the camp. Everytime we see him he has grown 2 inches and added things to his game.  His slashing abilities were on full display all weekend long.  He was scoring on all three levels and made it look easy when doing it.  His on ball defense has improved and his length allowed him to guard multiple positions.  Rebounding on both ends is something that he does well from the wing position.  As he gets stronger look for his game to take the next step.

Ethan Mitchell, 2017 PG, Temple (TX): Mitchell is an excellent athlete and has a nice frame.  He is a strong bodied scoring guard who loves attacking the rim in the half court.  He loves using his athleticism on both ends of the floor especially when he is guarding his man.  His shot was somewhat inconsistent but at times during the camp he got it going which propelled him into the All-Star Game.

Simmie Jones III, 2019 CG, Desoto Central (MS): Jones is an athletic scoring guard who loves scoring in transition and was one of the better finishers.  He plays with a high motor and is one of the more well rounded players in camp.  He is extremely crafty with the ball in his hands and makes everyone around him better when he has the ball.  He showed the ability to not only score of the bounce but also knocking down open jumpers which he did with regularity.  Solid overall performance on the weekend.

Nicholas Ramirez, 2018 PG, Temple (TX): Ramirez is a familiar face to the camp and he came back to show off what he had worked on since we last saw him.  His court vision and dribbling skills have improved dramatically to go along with his competitiveness.  He was knocking down open jumpers from all over the court especially from the three point line.  A feel for the game, creativeness, and overall willing to do whatever it takes to win are the three things that stood out the most on the weekend.

Cameron Matthews, 2020 PF, Olive Branch (MS): Matthews is 6-foot-5 inches and has a nice frame for a shooting guard.  He has long arms and is very active on both ends of the floor.  His length allows him to play multiple positions on both ends of the floor. Rebounding and on ball defense are two attributes that stood out on the weekend.  His ability to score on all three levels made him one of the top college prospects in the camp.

Anthony Jackson, 2017 SG, Shaw (MS): Jackson is do it all type player from the wing position.  He can score in bunches and was hot and cold at times.  On Sunday, he got it going from long range where he made several in a row from the three point line.  He is a solid athlete and showed a good burst when attacking the rim in transition.  As he gets stronger and continues to work on his court vision look for to maybe be able to play the PG position as well.  

Jaquarius Williams, 2018 PG, Stanhope Elmore (AL): Williams is a familiar face to the camp series and continues to get better everytime we see him play.  His shot from both the mid and long range has start to become more consistent and his shot selection has gotten better. He still makes a living attacking the rim off the bounce and can finish through contact with his body and frame.  On ball defense and court vision are two things he continues to work on which will only make his all around game even better.

Joseph Cooper, 2019 PG, Olive Branch (MS): Cooper is a dynamic point guard who can do it all.  He has elite court vision in both the half and full court.  He has a deceptive first step off the dribble which allows him to get anywhere on the court.  The lead guard has added 20 pounds to his frame which allows him to absorb contact when attacking the rim looking for the kick.  Since we last saw him on the AAU Circuit this past summer, Cooper showed the ability to knock down the mid and long range jumper with more consistency.

Zachary Bobo, 2017 SG, Jacksonville Lighthouse (AR): Bobo was one of the best surprises in the camp. At 6-foot-5 inches and 175 pounds, he was one of the more consistent shot makers in the gym.  He has the size and athleticism to guard multiple positions on the floor as well as play both wings position on offense.  Rebounding and on ball defense are two things that stood out when you watch him play.  He can score on all three levels and has the intangibles that all coaches want in a player.  Solid overall performance on the weekend. Coaches if your looking for a big wing look no further.

Jairen Butler, 2017 PF, Rutherford (FL): Butler is a 6-foot-5 inch bouncy tweener at the 3 and 4 position.  He is really athletic and likes to use it to his advantage on both ends of the floor.  He has long arms, active on defense, and rebounds at a high level.  As he continues to develop his game, ball handling and shot mechanics are two things that need the most help.  High energy and competitiveness are two things that would describe his demeanor when he plays. Coaches love winners and thats what he is in a nut shell.

Kobe Jeffries, 2019 PG, Lausanne Collegiate (TN): Jeffries is a 6-foot-3 inch scoring guard who can fill it up for the mid and long range if you leave him open.  He has a nice frame and doesn't mind initiating contact when attacking the rim off the bounce.  He has a good feel, under stands concepts and plays well without the ball in his hands. As he continues to get stronger look for his game to take the next step in his development.

Aspen Bush, 2017 PG, Giles County (TN): Bush is a combo guard who can play both guard position and does it well.  He has good first step off the dribble which allows him to break down his defender with ease.  He can make shots on all three levels and loves taking on the challenge of guarding the best player on the other team.  The one think he really well was he made open three point shots with consistency.  Solid overall performance on the weekend.

Matthew Murrell, 2020 SG, Whitehaven (TN): Murrell is a 6-foot-2 inch prospect who displayed some good athlteticism especially on the fastbreak. He a couple of highlight dunks in the half court set where he finished at the rim by blowing by his defender. He is a excellent rebounder from the wing position and does a lot of the small things that helps his team win. For a Freshman, you can see tons of upside to his game and as he gets more knowledgable of the game and fundamental, look for his game to take the next step.

Quinn Moffitt, 2018 SG, Triton Central (IN): Moffitt is a familiar face to the camp and had a strong showing last year.  He came to Memphis looking to improve and show off his skill set.  The one thing you can't take away from him is he is a knock down shooter.  If he can catch it set his feet you can put it on the board.  The one area he showed glimpse of improvement is the 1 and 2 dribble pull up jumper.  He has to add the off the dribble game to his arsenal in order to keep defenders honest.  He has added some good muscle to his frame and he continues to work on his overall speed.  College coaches are always looking for shooter and this prospect does it at an elite level.

Ashton Smith, 2019 PG, Lausanne Collegiate (TN): Smith is a playmaking point guard who excels by getting his teammates the ball in positions to score. He has a good first step and is explosive with the ball in his hands.  Court vision in both the half and full court is something he exels.  By having him on the court he makes all of his teammates better due he gets them the ball in their comfort zone.  If you leave him open he proved he can make open jumpers and doesn't mind scoring if thats what his team needs.

Jaylan Fulton, 2018 SG, Conway High West (AR): Fulton is a familiar face to the camp and has improved his skill set since we saw him a couple of years ago in Arkansas.  He has gotten stronger, handles the ball better and his jump shot has become more consistent.  He loves attacking the rim and punshing defenders with his body.  He is a solid on ball defender and is a solid rebounder from the wing position.  Solid overall weekend led him to the All-Star game.

Brandon Williams, 2017 SG, Lee County (MS): Williams is a big bodied wing player who plays extremely physical on both ends of the floor.  He is a great rebounder on both ends and loves playing defense.  His size and athleticism allows him to guard multiple positions on the floor.  He made his living but getting in the lane and finishing in a variety of ways, floater, mid range jumper and offensive rebounds.  He was pretty much unstoppable all weekend long.

Joshua Stevenson, 2019 SG, Olive Branch (MS): Stevenson is a big bodied shooting guard who makes his living by attacking the rim.  He was definitely one of the better finishers through contact we saw on the weekend.  On think that stood out was his willingness to share the ball and his over all play making abilities in both transition and the half court.  This physical guard made a ton of plays and it landed him in the All-Star Game.

Lorenzo Ferrell II, 2018 SG, Rutherford (FL): Ferrell was a nice surprise at the camp this past weekend.  He was one of the more overall talented players we saw on the weekend.  Scoring from all over the floor, mid range jumpers and long range bombs were his speciatly.  His wiry frame and long arms make him a very versitale prospect with a ton of upside to his game.  He can flat out do it all and make it look easy while do it.  A fundamental shot makes the flow in his game almost unstoppable.  He takes home Co-MVP honors for the weekend.

Troymain Crosby, 2017 SG, Laurel (MS): Crosby is a 6-foot-4 inch 185 pound scoring guard who can flat out play.  When you look at his game and body he passes the eye test.  He is really athletic and was one of the better finishers at the rim.  Scoring on all three levels, on ball defense and knocking down the mid range jumper were three things he did really well all weekend long.  He's a prospect that every coach wants on his team due to the fact that he is coachable and very respectful to the game.  Coaches if your looking for a well rounded player who can score the rock look no further.  He takes home Co-MVP honor with his performance.

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