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Future150 National Elite 24 Camp 2021
by Jason Pratt, Future150 (3:10 PM CT, Thu October 7, 2021)
2021 Future150 Natl Elite 24 Camp All Stars
2021 Future150 Natl Elite 24 Camp All Stars
Jason Pratt
Jason Pratt:

Future150 Senior Recruiting Analyst. Covering high school basketball nationally.

Birmingham, AL (Future150) -- Future150 hosted its annual Elite24 Camp in Birmingham this past weekend at the We Are 1 complex in Irondale.  Players from 6 different states showed up to put their skills on display and compete aginast some of the best unknown talent in the Southeast.

Players from Alabama, Hawaii, New York, Mississippi, Tennnessee and Georgia were on hand to compete in the classes 2022-2024. There were a wide range of talent ranging from D1 prospects to outstanding high school players.  Let's take a look at who stood out and made the All-Star Game on Sunday Afternoon.

Izzy Miles - CG (2023) The Huntsville, AL native and Grissom High product is a 6-foot-2 inch scoring machine as of late that has been on our radar for the last 2 years.  His skill level has gotten better to go along with his increased athleticism.  He gets better everytime we see him play and has become a D1 prospect in the last year development.  Shot making, finishing at the rim and making the right play is what stood out all weekend long.  

Keenan Walker - SF (2023) The Madison, AL native and Mae Jemison High product is a 6-foot-3 inch wing who can do it all on both ends of the floor.  He excels in the open floor in transition and loves attacking the rim off the bounce.  He was one of the best finishers in the camp as he had several eye opening dunks in the 5 on 5 sessions.  Since the last time we saw him play, his shooting and ball handling have gotten better which will only lead to more interest from college coaches.  Once the shot starts to fall from the 3-point line on a more consistent basis, look out for this D1 prospect to burst on the scene.

Jaylen Lacey- SF (2022) The Birmingham, AL and Hueytown High product is a 6-foot-6 inch combo forward who can score on all three levels.  We saw him play over the summer and he gets better everytime we see him.  His ability to stretch the floor and exploit mismatches is what makes him an intriguing prospect.  He rebounds well on both ends, can guard multiple positions and is a good finisher at the rim with having multiple dunks on the weekend.  As his shot mechanics continue to improve so will has shot making abilities.

Reid Stodghill - SF (2024) The Trussville, AL native and Trussville High product is a 6-foot-4 inch wing who likes to shoot the ball off the catch.  He showed he can score on all three levels and loves knocking down the 3-ball in transition.  His ability to play and guard multiple positions on the floor makes him hard to take off the floor.  As his confidence grows, ball handling gets better and his sense of urgency increases look for this prospect to take the next step in his development.

Zion Fletcher- PG, (2023) The Auburn, AL and Auburn High product is a 6-foot lead guard who had a rock solid weekend on the offensive side of the ball.  He has good court vision, makes the right play and can score the ball in bunches if he needs to help his team win. The smooth lefty can do it all and is very efficient with the ball in his hands.  On Sunday his 3-ball started falling which put him over the top and landed him in the All-Star game.  Solid overall performance on the weekend.

Matthew Stennis- PG (2023) the Mississippi Native and New Hope High product is a 6-foot-1 inch lead guard who can score on all three levels.  Since we saw him last time his shot has become a weapon to go along with his play making abilities not only for himself but others.  He shot the ball extermely well all weekend long and was one of the better on ball defensers in the camp.  That performance landed him in Sunday's All Star game.

Michael Dale- PG (2022) The Birmingham native and Hueytown High product is a 6-foot-1 inch point guard who loves scoring the ball in transition as well creating for others.  He is a good athlete, sees the floor well and makes every one around him better when he has the ball in his hands.  His ability to know down the three ball and be crafty around the rim landed him in the All Star game on Sunday afternoon.

Marcel Bridges- SF (2023) The Brandon, MS and Brandon High product is a 6-foot-5 inch combo forward who can play on the wing and punish smaller defenders inside the paint.  Athleticism, playmaker and finisher at the rim are three things that stand out when you watch this D1 prospect play.  He started off slow on saturday morning but got better with every rep he got.  His intensity and attention to detail on both ends is what makes him coachable and one of the top prospects in the camp.  As his shot becomes more consistent from the 3-point line look for his game to take a big jump in the next 6 months heading into 17U AAU season.

Jacob Becker- SF (2024) The New York native and Masters School product is a 6-foot-3 inch wing prospect who plays like a swiss army knife.  When he has the ball in his hands he's a threat scoring, passing or making plays for his teammates.  His camp started slow on Saturday but when the games started the light came on and he put his full skill set on display.  Scoring on all three levels, rebounding and guarding multiple positions is what stands out when you watch him play.  His overall performance landed him in Sunday's All Star game.

Quez Thompson- PG (2023) The Alabama native and Benjamin Russell product is a 5-foot-11 inch lead guard who was one of the unexpected shinning prospects from this past weekend.  His ability to make shots from both long and the mid range was a direct result of his text book jump shot.  Feel for the game, making the right play and scoring on all three levels are what you notice most when we watched him play all weekend.  That overall perfromance landed him in the All Star game on Sunday afternoon.

Thomas Passman- PF (2022) the Mississippi native and Parklane Academy product is a big bodied 6-foot-6 inch stretch 4-man who can score both inside and out.  His ability to rim run, finish around the rim and shoot the mid range is what stood out all weekend long. He uses his body well rebounding, playing defense and punishing smaller defenders.  His overall effort and ability to do the small things landed this PF in the All Star game on Sunday.

Adam Gonia - PG (2024) the Alabama native and Auburn High product is a 5-foot-8 inch floor general that makes everyone around him better when he has the ball in his hands.  He showed strong fundamentals, shot making abilities from both mid range and behind the arch.  His basketball IQ and understanding of the game is what stood out when we watched him play this past weekend.  A slow start on Saturday was followed by a red hot Sunday shooting the ball and that ultimately landed him in the All-Star game Sunday afternoon.

Levi Basturo- SF (2022) the Hawaii native and Maui Prep Academy product is 6-foot-4 inch fundamentally sound wing who plays and guards multiple positions due his high basketball IQ.  The Hawaii native can score on all three levels and rebounds the ball at a high clip. As his shot becomes more consistent, look for his game to make a huge jump over the next 6 months. After getting off to a slow start, his overall production on both offense and defense landed him in the All-Star game on Sunday afternoon.  

Brendan Martin- SF (2024) The Huntsville, AL and Grissom High product is a 6-foot-5 inch wing who can flat out fill it up from all three levels.  Knocking down the 3-ball, rebounding on both ends and making the right play are things that stood out this past weekend. As he gets stronger, more athletic and becomes a little quicker look for his game to make a big jump over the next year.  He was one of the biggest surprises in the camp and his overall play landed him in the Sunday All-Star game.

Emanuel Johnson the Birmingham, AL and Shades Valley High product is a 5-foot-11 inch scoring lead guard who can score in bunches.  He has a great first step off the dribble and elite dribbling skills.  Three point shooting, making the right play and on ball defense are things that stand out when you watch him play. His quickness and change of pace allows him to create for others and score with ease.  The Birmingham product was one of the most consistent player in the camp and that performance landed him in the All-Star game on Sunday.

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