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Future150 Alumni Taking Center Stage This Spring
by Eric Hampford, Future150 (10:12 AM CT, Mon May 23, 2016)
2017 PF Sukmail Mathon has vastly improved his overall game.
2017 PF Sukmail Mathon has vastly improved his overall game.
Eric Hampford
Eric Hampford:

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

Pottsville, PA (Future150) -- Several Future150 alumni took their game to another level this spring, showing off their skills on the big stage. Here are several prospects who stood out in front of our staff during our two months on the road evaluating players.

Collin Sexton, 2017 PG, Southern Stampede: The 6'2" floor general may have been the hardest-working prospect that we saw this spring, and his results on the EYBL circuit have been outstanding. While averaging a league-leading 30.5 points per game, he's picked up scholarship offers from Arizona & Kansas along the way. Now, he's primed for a humongous summer, and we will be there to monitor the former camper. 

Sukhmail Mathon, 2017 PF, DC Blue Devils: It's incredible to think about how far the 6'9" post has come since attending Future150 New York Camp in the summer of 2014. His game has grown by leaps and bounds, and his transfer to The Holderness School (NH) has definitely helped his development tremendously. Boston University has offered this spring, and there should be many more offers coming this summer.

Herb Jones, 2017 SF, Alabama Challenge: One of the fastest rising prospects in the southeast is the 6'7" wing. Already holding offers from Auburn and UAB, the Hale County (AL) product picked up an offer from the Alabama Crimson Tide just days ago. Look for his increased profile this summer to help attract several more high-major schools down south. 

Donald Cannon-Flores, 2017 PG, Juice All-Stars: The 6'0" Lincoln (NY) lead guard plays a flashy style, which makes perfect sense due to his Coney Island roots. Division one schools are taking notice this spring. Indiana State, Kent State & St. Bonaventure have all recently offered, with interest coming from Alabama and Memphis. 

Doc Nelson, 2017 PG, Texas Elite: The slippery 6'1" floor general wasted no time this spring showing off an improved overall game. Just in the month of May, he has picked up scholarship offers from Houston Baptist, Texas-San Antonio & Weber State. As he continues to show off his improved strength, handle & scoring ability, expect more regional programs to offer as well. 

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