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Future150 Orlando Camp: Top 20 All-Star Selections
by Eric Hampford, Future150 (2:05 PM CT, Wed September 10, 2014)
Future150 Orlando Top 20 All-Star Selections.
Future150 Orlando Top 20 All-Star Selections.
Eric Hampford
Eric Hampford:

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

Orlando, FL (Future150) -- For the second year in a row, Future150 headed back to the sunny skies of central Florida for our Orlando Camp, where the camp had an impressive list of prospects, especially in the classes of 2016, 2017, 2018, and 2019. Here is a look at the standouts from the Top 20 All-Star Game.

Elijah Campbell, 2016 G, McKeel Academy (FL): Perhaps the best player in the camp in terms of skill right now combined with potential down the road, the McKeel Academy (FL) 6'4" combo guard has a smooth game and is a dynamic offensive player. Once he focuses on his defense, he can become a special prospect in the Southeast.

Jerald Buter, 2017 SF, Miami High (FL): The Miami High (FL) wing has talent, hunger and the personality to become a big time player in the Southeast. At 6'4", 215-pounds, the aggressive wing can score the basketball on all three levels and has good athleticism as well. Look for him to have a big high school season this winter.

Dajour Joseph, 2016 SF, Boyd Anderson (FL): The 6-foot-4 wing is a physical specimen who imposed his will on defenses all weekend long. He consistently finished around the rim and occasionally knocked down the mid-range jumper as well. He has a high motor and is an aggressive on-ball defender as well.

Damon Harge, 2018 PG, Orlando Christian Prep (FL): A player who came into camp with a lot of hype was the 5-foot-8 Orlando Christian Prep (FL) floor general. He shined in his debut, showing off a highly advanced skill set as well as excellent court vision. His feel for the game is well ahead of the curve and as long as he continues to grow, he should develop into a big time division one prospect.

Jesse Huff, 2015 SG, Faith Christian (FL): With fantastic size (6'5"), natural athleticism, and a high motor, it's hard not to like the talented wing. He is a very good slasher when attacking the rim and knows how to finish against bigger players. Once he develops a consistent jump shot, he can take his game to the next level.

Cameron Corcoran, 2016 PG, Liberty Prep (FL): Maybe the best shooter in the camp, the 6-foot lead guard shot lights-out from behind the arc all weekend. Not only can he score, but he is also an effective floor general who knows how to get his teammates involved in the game as well.

Kevin Buckley, 2017 SF, Winter Park (FL): With as much upside as anyone in the camp, the 6-foot-4 small forward is ridiculously long and athletic. He saved his best performance for last, making an impression in the Top 20 All-Star Game by consistently finishing around the rim and running the floor for scoring opportunities.

Noah Brown, 2017 SF, Flanagan (FL): An intriguing prospect, the 6-foot-6 Flanagan (FL) wing has a high upside. Right now, he is at his strongest when he is attacking the basket, using his length and athleticism to finish around the rim. Once he puts on weight and improves his jump shot, he should develop into one of the better prospects in south Florida.

Josh Humphries, 2016 SG, Brooks De Bartolo (FL): At 6'4" and possessing a consistent jump shot from the outside, the Brooks-De Bartolo (FL) wing was excellent with his offensive arsenal at camp. He also has solid ball skills and understands how to play the game.

Ronald Taylor, 2016 SG, Southeast (FL): An impressive shooter off the catch, the 6-foot-4 wing has good size for the next level. He also is an effective shooter when working off-the-dribble, which caught the eyes of our staff last weekend. He's also a physical slasher who plays well in transition.

Randy Motilolsingh, 2015 PG, Lyman (FL): Randy is a great passer who has improved the range on his jumper in the past few months. He is a good ball handler who posses a high basketball IQ as well. He has a bit of flare to his game and is one to keep an eye on.

Christopher Colon, 2016 CG, Dunnellon (FL): Colon is a shifty guard with good court vision and the confidence to shoot the ball from almost anywhere on the floor. He is a smooth combo-guard who needs to work on his overall play-making ability and ability run a team,but he has the tools to do so. 

Coleton Pickett2015 PG, Brandon (FL): Pickett is an exciting guard who can get to the rim and either kick out to his teammates or finish at the rim. He has a good basketball IQ but also has a tendency to get a little out of control at times but is a good player overall.

Treante Mason2016 SG, Potter's House (FL): Mason is a high level slasher who is capable of getting to the rim and finishing in traffic. He is a high energy wing with good defensive capability and it appears that he has plenty of room to improve as a player.

Tre Clark, 2016 SG, Palmetto (FL): Clark has a very long wingspan for a guard. He has good passing ability but is at his best when he is attacking the rim and finishing. Once he improves his jumper from beyond the arc, look out!

Quinton Forrest2015 SG, West Orange (FL):  Quinton is an athletic guard who is at his best when he is attacking the rim. He has a good handle and uses his size to bully smaller guards. In addition, he also has a decent mid-range game. The next step for him will be expanding his range out to the three point line.

Zach Kiadii, 2017 PG, Westside (FL):  An undersized, yet shifty, guard, Kiadii also showcased a decent jumper from the mid-range throughout the weekend. Once he grows a bit he has the chance to potentially play D1 ball. 

Sam Mingledoff, 2016 SG Oviedo (FL):  A good slasher who showed that he can finish through defenders, Mingledoff showed he can also shoot the ball a bit as well. When his shot is falling he is a very hard player to stop from scoring. With his size he has good length and is a solid defender as well.

Nassir Little, 2018 SF, Oakleaf (FL): Little is an athletic and versatile wing prospect that has a chance to blossom into a big time prospect in the coming years. He was at his best when he was attacking the rim and showed the ability to handle the ball pretty well. There is a tremendous amount of upside to his game.

Tanner Rubio2016 PG, ICS (FL): Rubio is a shifty guard who has great body control and knows how to finish through contact when going to the rim. He can get into the lane and has a high basketball IQ. He also had a number of circus-style finishes throughout the weekend.

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