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#Elite24 Camp: Class of 2019 All-Star Selections
by Eric Hampford, Future150 (2:48 PM CT, Mon August 4, 2014)
#Elite24 Camp All-Star selections in the 2019 class.
#Elite24 Camp All-Star selections in the 2019 class.
Eric Hampford
Eric Hampford:

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

Atlanta, GA (Future150) -- The 2014 Jr.Future150 Elite 24 Camp brought in top talent from all over the country, culminating with our annual Elite 24 All-Star Game. After much deliberation between the staff, we were able to come up with our top 24 prospects throughout the camp in the class of 2019, and many will become household names in the coming years.

Tariq Aman, 2019 PG, Texas: A true point guard, the 5-foot-7 Aman is a smooth operator with the ball in his hands. He has excellent court vision and knows the perfect spots to get his teammates the ball. He has a picture-perfect floater and can knock down the deep jumper as well. Excellent weekend for the Texas native.

Justice Hill, 2019 PG, Arkansas: The most impressive 2019 prospect in attendance was the 5-foot-10 point guard. With skills beyond his years, he was equally effective creating for others as well as scoring the ball himself. It was impossible for defenders to keep him in front of them and he showed good athleticism as well on his drives to the basket.

Jarvis Johnson, 2019 SG, Texas: One of the most talented scorers at the camp was the 5-foot-11 shooting guard. He uses a quick first step off-the-dribble and his muscular frame to get into the lane and finish against defenders. He can also shoot the ball well from the perimeter as well.

Zarek Thomas, 2019 PG, Texas: The 6-footer was as impressive a prospect as any 2019 we encountered all weekend. Excellent with the ball in his hands and confident in his game, he is a threat to score every time he touches the ball and uses his high IQ to set himself and his teammates up for easy opportunities. Very good in pick-and-roll situations as well.

Johnathan Bennett, 2019 PF, South Carolina: A physical specimen, the 6-foot forward was a dominant post player all weekend long, using his strength and quickness to create rebounding and scoring opportunities for himself. He loves to run the floor and is a physical on-ball defender as well.

Cameron Maul, 2019 PG, Indiana: The 5-foot-7 Indy Hoosiers guard was very impressive at camp thanks to his phenomenal passing skills and court vision. Clearly the best part of his game is his ability to get others involved, and he did just that at Elite 24, making everyone he played with look better.

Chase Forte, 2019 PG, North Carolina: Although one of the smaller guards in the camp, the 5-foot-2 point guards skills made him a standout. He's a smart player with the ball in his hands and can either create for himself or for others. He plays physical on-ball defense and is a fearless player on both ends.

Jamin Graham, 2019 PF, Alabama: The 6-foot-4 Alabama post prospect is at his best when he is protecting the rim on the defensive end of the floor. He rebounds well on both ends and has a good motor as well. Once his offensive game begins to blossom, he will become a very talented player.

Devin Ramsey, 2019 PF, South Carolina: The 6-foot-3 power forward is a space-eater on the inside and has nimble feet for a prospect his size. He rebounds the ball well on both ends and has a high motor as well. Good finisher around the rim who routinely finishes against contact.

Larenz Williams, 2019 SF, Louisiana: The 6-foot-1 small forward is a talented prospect who is extremely athletic. He uses his long arms to rebound well on both ends of the floor, and he is also a talented finisher around the rim. Since last year, he has transitioned to more of a small forward, improving both his perimeter shooting as well as his ball-handling skills.

J.C. Tharrington, 2019 PG, North Carolina: Since Elite 24 Camp last year, the Team United star has seen both his frame and game grow significantly. Now 5-foot-10, the smooth lead guard is a fantastic player with a high IQ, excellent passing skills, and showed the ability to be a knockdown shooter as well. True leader on the floor as well.

Logan Padgett, 2019 PF, Alabama: The best rebounder in the rising 8th grade class all weekend was the 6-foot-4 big man. While raw on the offensive end to this point, he is a high motor power forward with good skills around the rim. There is a lot of potential in the Alabama product.

Jackson Andrews, 2019 SF, Missouri: The lanky small forward shot the ball extremely well this weekend. If he was given any room at all, it was a guaranteed three points for his team. He has a quick release and understands spacing on the floor. He's a high IQ player who is a good help-side defender as well.

Jalen Williams, 2019 PG, South Carolina: One of the better true point guards in the camp was the 5-foot-10 Pinewood Prep (SC) product. He has a very good feel for the game and knows when to get his teammates the ball. He possesses a quick first step off-the-dribble and can get to the hoop with ease. High IQ prospect.

Trey Johnson, 2019 SF, Alabama: The long and lanky 6-foot-2 forward is a prospect who always plays at 100% on both ends of the floor. He is crafty around the rim, where he can finish against contact. While his jump shot still needs improvement, he is developing well and continues to grow.

Johntay Martin, 2019 SF, Wisconsin: The 6-foot-1 small forward made his presence felt around the rim all weekend thanks to his rebounding ability and finishing ability with both hands. He is skilled for a forward his age and should continue to develop his perimeter skills.

Jaemyn Brakefield, 2020 C, Mississippi: The sky is the limit for the 6-foot-5 rising 7th grader. He has soft hands in the post and his footwork has improved as well over the past few months. He rebounded the ball well on defense and was a difference maker on defense due to his shot-blocking ability.

Jamal Edmunson, 2019 SF/PF, South Carolina: The 6-foot-4 power forward is slowly but surely beginning to show more perimeter skills, which made life miserable for defenses this weekend. A skilled post already, he was able to stretch the defense with mid-range jump shots and handled the ball well in the open floor.

B.J. Mack, 2019 PF, North Carolina: A prospect with a high ceiling is the 6-foot-6 power forward. He is a wide-bodied big man who also has the ability to step out and knock down the mid-range jumper and even showed that he can lead the break on occasion as well. A prospect still growing, his best basketball days are ahead of him.

Deontay Long, 2019 SF, Wisconsin: One of the most effective prospects at camp was the 6-foot-3 forward from Wisconsin. Because of just how skilled he is, it looks like he's not always playing at 100%. However, the game just comes that easy to him. He can score the basketball on all three levels and loves to get others involved as well. Fantastic prospect.

Juwan Gary, 2019 SF, South Carolina: The most athletic prospect in the class at camp was the 6-foot-4 South Carolina forward. Not only is a bouncy athlete, but he is a very good rebounder on both ends, runs the floor well, and has good touch around the rim. As he continues to grow, look for him to develop into one of the best prospects in the state.

Taybion Singleton, 2019 SF, Florida: Although raw offensively, it's clear to see that the 6-foot-3 wing has the tools to develop into a very talented player down the road. Active with a high motor, he uses his long arms to be a presence on defense and to finish around the rim over the top of defenders.

Pierre Dupre, 2019 SG, Louisiana: There were very few, if any, better shooters at camp than the Louisiana native. Although not very big, he knows how to create space for himself and has a smooth release. He filled up all from beyond the arc all weekend and even showcased a mid-range game as well.

Jaylon Williams, 2019 SF, Louisiana: When you watch the 5-foot-11 wing, the word "smooth" comes to mind. He plays the game effortlessly and can score the basketball on all three levels. He rebounds well and is a capable passer as well. While his speed needs improvement, there is no doubt he is one of the more skilled prospects we have seen at his age.

D'Marcus Purcell, 2019 SG/SF, Florida: The 6-footer is beginning to show more polished guard skills and handled the basketball well in Atlanta. Already a physical defender, he turned defense to offense as good as any 2019 prospect in attendance and is an excellent teammate as well. When he's on the floor, it's all business.

 

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