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2017 Recap 1 Of Elite 24 Game
by Garrett Tucker, Future150 (10:11 PM CT, Thu November 7, 2013)
2017 CG Trae Young of Oklahoma was MVP of Elite 24
2017 CG Trae Young of Oklahoma was MVP of Elite 24
Garrett Tucker
Garrett Tucker:

Future150 Southeast Analyst. Covering high school basketball across the Southeast.

Atlanta, GA (Future150) -- The top dogs at the 1st annual Elite 24 Camp were the rising 9th grade class of 2017. Several of the top rated prospects in the nation assembled in Atlanta, and here were the most impressive athletes in the bunch...

Trae Young, 2017 SG: Mr. Young was the MVP of the Elite 24 Camp in Atlanta. One of the "breakout" stars of the camp was the lights-out shooter from Oklahoma. He is an absolutely elite shooter who, if given any space, will make the defense pay. The 6-foot-1 combo guard has a high basketball IQ and picks his spots wisely on the floor. He can break you down off the dribble and has good court vision to boot.  A Stephon Curry-type prospect, he will be a hot commodity throughout his high school career.

DJ Heath, 2017 PG: The 5-foot-10 inch PG was the most consistent player from start to finish.  He did everything on the floor well.  He proved that after a sub par AAU Nationals, he can flat out score the ball when he wants too.  He was one of the best on ball defenders we saw all year long and this was the case at the camp as well.  The big bodied guard has a ton of upside to his game and as long as his confidence grows he will continue to be one of the top PG in the class.

Victor Enoh, 2017 PF: The 6-foot-7 jumping jack was the most physically impressive prospect in attendance. He punctuated several plays with breathtaking dunks last weekend, and was rebounding and blocking shots constantly. He will be joining an absolutely loaded Greenforest Christian (GA) team this winter, and could make an immediate impact at the varsity level.

Terrell Coleman, 2017 SG: The 6-foot-5 wing already possesses a college-ready frame. He will be attending Miller Grove High School (GA) in the fall, a powerhouse in the state. They will be getting an explosive athlete who can score above the rim with ease. He is also a big time rebounder who is a top 30 talent in the county, and arguably the top 2017 prospect in the state of Georgia.

Luis Hurtado, 2017 PG: Another freshman headed to Greenforest Christian(GA) in the fall is the 6-foot-4 point guard from Venezuela. His uncanny court vision and passing skills are second to none in the class, and he was racking up assists all weekend. He is super smooth with the ball in his hands, and has excellent feel for the game. The future is bright for the young floor general.

Myles Parker, 2017 SF: The 6-foot-5 small forward is an athletic wing who can do a variety of things well on the floor. He handles the ball, uses his length and athleticism to score at the rim, rebounds the basketball on both ends, and creates mismatches for the defense. While he isn't exceptional in any area of his game, he will be a big time player at the high school level and beyond as he improves.  He has to develop the killer instinct and confidence to be elite and compete at the highest level.

Vincent Cole, 2017 SF: The 6-foot-4 forward is a high level athlete who uses his wingspan to finish at the rim as well as deflect passes on the defensive end. He also can handle the basketball and is a threat to go coast-to-coast on any given play. An unselfish prospect, once his jump shot becomes more dangerous, he will be a handful for teams to handle in South Carolina. He is headed to Garrett Academy (SC).

Khalil Cuffee, 2017 SG: Another prospect with an advanced physique is the 6-foot-3 wing. He is explosive and the best aspect of his game right now is his ability to take defenders off-the-dribble in order to finish at and above the rim. He is also a physical on-ball defender who causes fits for star offensive players.

C.J. Roberts, 2017 PG: The 6'0" lead guard from Dallas, Texas was very impressive this weekend, especially when it came to showing off his improved jump shot. He already has excellent feel for the game, as well as advanced passing skills. However, the improvement of his jump shot has made him a much more dangerous prospect.

Bradley Belt, 2017 SG: Belt has one of the more developed bodies in the class and knows how to use it to his advantage.  He is a smooth lefty off the dribble and can finish at the rim through contact.  He rebounds well from the guard position and is a good on ball defender. He needs to tweak his jump shot mechanics a little which will improve his accuracy from the mid and long range.

Lamont Berzat, 2017 PG: Berzat might be one of the best all around PG in the class due to he does everything well.  He is a high energy player who can score in bunches if he gets it going early in the game.  He has a high basketball IQ and knows how to make the defense pay if they are not careful.  He has gotten alot of national recognition this past summer for his ability to shut down other elite players on the defensive end.

Tre Swilling, 2017 CG: Swilling came into the Elite 24 camp with something to prove and chip on his shoulder.  He wanted to prove he can play on the big stage and produce.  He did that this weekend by making shots from the 3 point line and making all the right passes.  You can tell hes the son of a coach due to he just knows how to win and get the job done.  Solid performance this past weekend.



1. Trae Young
2. Wendell Carter Jr.
3. DJ Heath
4. Victor Enoh
5. Terrell Coleman
6. Luis Hurtado
7. Jamal Johnson
Abayomi Iyiola
9. Reginald Mhoon
10. Darius Perry
Lamont Berzat
12. Bradley Belt
Richard LeCounte III
14. Kendrick Summerour
15. Vincent Cole
Myles Parker
17. CJ Roberts
18. Khalil Cuffee
19. Tre Swilling
20. Tahj Small
21. Christopher Stowell
22. Devion Mitchell
23. Justin Busby
24. Brian Coffey


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when do the NEW 2017 rankings come out? The first 3 on this list should be high.

Posted: 10:10 PM UTC, Mon August 12, 2013

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