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Future150 Pennsylvania Camp: All-Star Selections
by Eric Hampford, Future150 (12:12 PM CT, Thu September 22, 2016)
2016 Future150 Pennsylvania Camp.
2016 Future150 Pennsylvania Camp.
Eric Hampford
Eric Hampford:

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

Pottsville, PA (Future150) -- Future150 Camp made its debut in the Keystone State this past weekend, and several prospects from the states of Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey & Delaware really shined. You should expect the following prospects to make a signifcant impact on the hardwood this winter!

Symir Torrence, 2019 PG, Syracuse Academy of Science (NY): A rising star in the state of New York is the Syracuse Academy of Science guard. Last time we viewed him in 2014, he was a 5'9" jet with excellent ball skills. Fast forward to now, and the 6'2" strong lead guard gets to the basket at ease, using his size and excellent first step to blow by defenders. He has ample athleticism as well, routinely finishing plays with dunks on the break. 

Stan Scott, 2017 SG, Williamsport (PA): One of the most electrifying athletes in the state of Pennsylvania is the Williamsport High School shooting guard. A long 6'2" wing with solid ball skills, he always seems to make plays around the rim, whether he's throwing down big dunks or finishing around or over bigger defenders. He's also an underrated defender. 

Marc Dadika, 2018 PF, St. Mary (NJ): The breakout prospect of the entire camp was the 6'8" big man, who arrived as a virtual unknown. A highly skilled post who shows excellent footwork around the low block, he also showed that he can also knock down shots with consistency out to the three-point line, making him the type of big who will become a hot commodity in the Northeast going forward.

Lance Singh, 2017 SG, Pocono Mountain West (PA): After a huge junior season, the 6'5" wing followed it with a strong AAU season as well. An explosive athlete and superb slasher, the upside is seemingly unlimited to his game. Recently turning just 17 years old, he's just scratching the surface of what he can become in the future. 

Ethan Houston, 2017 PF, Carlisle (PA): A prospect who continues to be under-recruited is the 6'6" power forward. A highly skilled pick-and-pop player, he has excellent footwork and post moves on the low block, and is a consistent outside shooter as well. While he needs to work on his athleticism & strength, there's no denying his production and talent.

Noreon Williams, 2019 SF, Syracuse Academy of Science (NY): Just scratching the surface of his potential is the 6'5", 190-pound small forward. Only 14 years old with skills to play both inside-and-outside, the bullish wing is very skilled for such a young player. His stock is set to explode by next AAU season, so remember to jot his name down now! 

Isaiah Wiggins, 2017 PG, Pocono Mountain West (PA): The 5'11" lead guard has another gear. His speed in the open floor is dazzling, and he used it to get to the rim whenever he wanted to at camp. He's also an exceptional athlete who loves to finish above the rim when he's able. His second and third jumps are impressive as well, making him one of the most dangerous guards in the state.

Manasseh Small, 2018 PG, The Phelps School (PA): A highly skilled offensive talent, the New York City product has excellent shot mechanics and is a strong mid-range and three-point shooter. He's also a capable ball-handler who can direct the offense as well. If you're looking for a prospect who can comfortably play either backcourt spot, this is your guy.

Joel Santana, 2017 PG, Shenandoah Valley (PA): A flashy offensive player with superb ball skills and long distance on his jump shot, the 5'10" lead guard is a tough prospect to handle for any defender. He's crafty when attacking the rim, and shows excellent vision as well. While he isn't the biggest or most athletic prospect, there's no denying his talent.

Keeno Holmes, 2019 SG, Lincoln Park (PA): An impressive prospect for a player so young, the 6'3" combo guard has a nice skill set. Offensively, he can get baskets whether knocking down jump shots or using his muscular frame to finish around the rim. On the defensive end, he has no problem locking up and getting into passing lanes. Very bright future for the Pittsburgh product.

Da'mir Faison, 2019 SF, Hazleton Area (PA): The upside factor for the 6'4" wing is undeniable. Blessed with natural athleticism and tools, it's only a matter of time until it all comes together for the small forward prospect. Right now, he's at his best as a punishing slasher and rebounder on both ends, but has ability to become an impressive all-around talent.

Kam Jones, 2020 PG, West Genesee (NY): One of the fastest prospects in a transition setting at camp was the 5'10" freshman. He has advanced ball skills and loves to push the tempo, but he's very effective in a half-court setting as well, where he uses his high IQ to get his teammates involved in the flow of the game. 

Jaeden Dungee, 2017 PG/SG, Polytech (DE): A prospect who has really picked up a lot of steam over the past several weeks is the Delaware native. A highly skilled offensive player at 6'1", he displayed fantastic vision and instincts at camp. He also showed ability to knock down shots and get to the rim at will. He's also an aggressive defender.

KeShaun Hammonds, 2017 PG, Constitution (PA):  A silky-smooth floor general with long arms and excellent burst, the future is very bright for the 6-footer. He loves to get out in transition and has no problem deferring when necessary. As time goes on, his jump shot will continue to improve and his frame will fill out, which spells trouble for Philadelphia Public League foes.

Will Amica, 2020 PG, West Genesee (NY): Very few prospects in the freshman class possess the end-to-end speed that the 5'9" point guard has at his disposal. Simply put, he has an extra gear, and he uses it in both transition and the half-court in order to get to the rim at will. At camp, he also showed solid court vision and advanced passing skills.

Jordan Abdo, 2017 PG, Pottsville Area (PA): The 6'0" lead guard is continuing to build off a strong junior season which saw him earn Schuylkill League All-Area 1st team recognition. A skilled offensive prospect who can get hot in a hurry from the perimeter, he's beginning to expand on his game, becoming more of a distributing point man in the process. 

Casey Caruso, 2018 SG, Camp Hill (PA): Possibly the best long-range shooter at the camp was the 6'1" combo guard, who showed his ability as a high-volume shooter and scorer. He's also a capable facilitator who has solid passing skills and court vision. Expect him to repeat as the leading scorer at Camp Hill (PA) this season.

Ryan Michaels, 2019 SF, G. Ray Bodley (NY): Upside is the name of the game for the 6'6" wing prospect. Already possessing a solid frame and excellent shot mechanics with range on his jumper, it's just a matter of him filling out and adding strength. As he does that, his ball skills and rebounding should vastly improve, making him an extremely versatile player down the road.

Jakair Sanchez, 2018 SG, Nottingham (NY): One of the most prolific scorers at camp was the 6'2" shooting guard. Not only does he have a consistent outside shot, but he also had no trouble when attacking the basket and finishing against bigger defenders. 

Jordon Harrington, 2017 SG, Whitehall (PA): The 6'3" shooter is set to have a breakout season in the Lehigh Valley this winter. At camp, he showed the ability to get buckets from both mid-range and three-point range, while showing off excellent shot mechanics in the process. He's also a physical on-ball defender who takes pride in getting stops.

Justin Abdo, 2017 PG, Pottsville Area (PA): Over the past several years, his passing ability & dribbling skills have been the highlights of his overall game. Now, however, he is beginning to blossom as an offensive talent as well. Fundamentally sound with an evolving jumper, he should have a big senior season.

Jermaine McNeil, 2017 SG, Shenandoah Valley (PA): Having grown several inches in the past year, the 6'2" wing is growing into a deadly offensive prospect. He's at his best when he's dropping long range bombs in half-court and transition settings, but shows ability in the mid-range, as well as when slashing to the basket. 

Rondell Carson, 2017 SF, Williamsport (PA): A high-motor 6'2" small forward prospect, the athletic wing is the type of prospect who can fill the stat sheet reguarly. He's a relentless rebounder on both ends, finishes well around the rim, and plays terrific on-ball defense.

Argjend Imeri, 2018 PG/SG, Nottingham (NY): One of the most versatile perimeter prospects in the entire camp was the 6'1" combo guard. Not only was he a reliable shooter, but he showed ability as a slasher and creator as well. On the defensive end, he was active and created several turnovers throughout the weekend.

Tommy Dennis, 2020 SF/PF, Episcopal Academy (PA): Blessed with excellent size, already standing 6'5", there's considerable upside to the combo forward's game. A high-motor prospect who loves to attack the glass, he's able to finish well around the rim using either hand, and even showed off a solid mid-range jump shot at camp as well.

Ryan Salzberg, 2018 PG, Fayetteville-Manlius (NY): The highly skilled 6'3" guard stood out at camp with his advanced ball skills and high IQ on the floor. He also proved that he's a capable shooter and used his competitive edge to create turnovers on the defensive end.

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