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Future150 National Top 20 Camp: Guards (Part 1)
by Jason Pratt, Future150 (9:38 AM CT, Tue October 14, 2014)
2016 Josh Juddine, 2016 Carsen Edwards, 2018 Brandon Thomas
2016 Josh Juddine, 2016 Carsen Edwards, 2018 Brandon Thomas
Jason Pratt
Jason Pratt:

Future150 Senior Recruiting Analyst. Covering high school basketball nationally.

Nashville, TN (Future150) -- The Future150 Camp series came to a close this past weekend with players from 17 different states coming to compete at the National Top 20 Camp in Nashville, TN.  This was the 7th year of Future150 National Camp and it was definitley one of the best.  In all our years, we have never seen a group play this well from start to finish.  

The Top 20 All-Star game featured some new and old faces from the regional camps.  There were tons of young players in the game as well. Let's see who they were and how they faired over the weekend.

PART 1:

Brandon Thomas- 2018, SG (GA) After watching Thomas all weekend long for the 6th time this year all you can say about his game is WOW.  He shot well over 50% from the 3-point line over the course of the camp.  Not only did he score in bunches, but he also showed that he has improved his on ball defense.  Look for him to make a jump in the National Rankings next update.

Joshua Juddine- 2015, PG (AL) continued his high enery play this weekend and was on a rampage scoring on all three levels on day one.  He has a great first step and loves to score in transition.  His best attribute is definitey his 3-point range which stretches to 25 ft. He was definitley the MVP on day 1.  You have to love how hard he competes and never gives up on a play.

Antonio Wade- 2016, PG (GA) is a power guard who showed the abilty to score through contact when attacking the rim.  He plays at a good pace, doesn't try to do to much and loves making his teammates better with the pass.  Every coach wants a player like him on there team due to you know exactly what you get every time he steps on the court.

Isaac Chatman-2018, SG (AL) showed up on Sunday morning looking to make his mark.  This was the first time we have seen him play and he did not disappoint.  His athleticism was quickly on display as he went baseline and dunked a help side defender easily. Thoughout the day he continued to score both in transition and from the 3-point line. Chatman is a little raw but you can see the upside to his game.

Marquis Eaton- 2017, PG (AR) is a smooth operator at the point guard position.  He has great feel, good court vision and loves making his teammates better especially in the half court.  He is crafty with ball both when attacking the rim and off the dribble.  His basketball IQ might be his best attribute and is a coach on the floor, True Leader.

Trey Wade- 2016, SG (GA) is super long, athletic and a sharp shooter from the wing position.  He was knocking down the 3-ball all weekend long in tranistion.  His length allowed him to guard multiple positions on the floor which in return made him a mismatch on the offensive end.  His best attribute might be his competitive nature which showed him to never give up on a play.

Donovan Dondaldson- 2015, PG (TN) was one of the more consistent point guards in the camp.  His ability to attack and finish at the rim him an offensive threat when the ball was in his hands. The mid-range jumper is a lost art these days but Donaldson has perfected it.  He is a solid on ball defender and loves to compete.

Chad Hudson- 2015, PG (IN) is super quick off the dribble and can get anywhere on the floor he chooses.  He has great court vision and score in bunches.  He made several 3's in a row on multiple occasitons over the course of the weekend.  He might of been the best on ball defender in the camp.

Coulter Dotson- 2018, SF (TN) is one of those players that all coaches want on their team due to he can play multiple positions. He made shots all over the floor both in tranistion and the half court. He is definitely on of the best shooters from the 3-point line in the class from the wing position.  Tons of upside to his game.

Carsen Edwards- 2016, PG (TX) might of been the best PG in the entire camp.  He has all the attributes you want in a floor general. His change of pace, super strong, great first step, shot making, athleticism, and basketball IQ makes him a game changer. Edwards just makes it look easy and makes everyone around him better. Love his game!

Josh Freeman- 2016, SG (AL) was the "Future150 Summit Camp MVP this past May and did not disappoint again this weekend.  At 6-foot-4 inches, this long rangy sharp shooter might have the quickest release we have seen in a long time.  He's a decent athlete and can finish on the break.  As he get stronger and learns how to play with out the ball, look for his game to go to the next level.

Boaz Williams- 2016, SF (TX) the Texas product was coming off a strong regional camp in Houston and looking for the same result this weekend.  Guess what he did not disappoint.  Williams was all over the court scoring at will and rebounding the ball on both ends.  He is deadly from both long and the mid range.  He was also one of the best finishers at the rim as he displayed plenty of dunks over the course of the camp.  He holds a Virginia Tech offer.

Kenneth Barnes-2016, SG (AL) was a pleasant surprise this weekend.  He started out slow on Saturday but woke up in a hurry on Sunday knocking down shots from all over the court.  His mid range game might of been the best we saw all weekend long.  I would call him a silent assasin.

Isaiah Eguaebor-2016, PG (TN) is a true PG and powerhouse waiting to explode in transition. He was clearly the strongest and one of the more athletic point guards in the camp.  He can score on all 3-levels and has the abiltiy to break down the defense of the dribble.  He loves shooting the mid range jumper where he made shot after shot. If your looking for a leader who knows how to play the game, Eguaebor is your guy.

Marvin Bateman- 2017, SG (IL) is a long, lanky player who loves to score in transition.  He is very versitale on both defense and offense.  His length made him a nightmare to guard on offensive end.  Bateman was one of the better half court scorers and offensive rebounders in the camp.  As he gets stronger, his game will evolve and he's only going to get better.

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