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Future150 Elite24 All-Stars: Meet the Class of 2020
by Eric Hampford, Future150 (2:19 PM CT, Tue August 9, 2016)
Future150 Elite24 All-Star selections from the 2020 class.
Future150 Elite24 All-Star selections from the 2020 class.
Eric Hampford
Eric Hampford:

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

Atlanta, GA (Future150) -- The Future150 Elite24 All-Star game is the culmination of an excellent weekend of basketball, featuring some of the premier 2020 prospects in the entire country. Without further ado, it's time to meet the national class of rising freshman.

Marvin Hughes, 2020 CG, Tennessee: The buzz continues to grow on the Co-MVP of the Future150 Elite24 Camp. A polished and muscular 6'1" combo guard, the McGavock High School (TN) prospect is a dynamic scorer who can get baskets in a variety of ways. He's a fierce competitor who never backs down from a challenge, and his work ethic is second-to-none. After proving his status as a regional recruit, he's now starting to make his name nationally after his huge weekend in Atlanta.

La'Vell Scott, 2020 PG, Louisiana: The breakout star of the camp, winning Co-MVP honors, the 6'0" point guard was electric. He proved to be the best shooter in the entire camp, and was also a standout faciliator after defenses started keying on him. As he starts to improve his lead guard skills and defense, he will really see his stock take off.

Cade Cunningham, 2020 SF, Texas: A prospect with an impressive physique already at 6'5", 180-pounds, the wing showed that he can score on all three levels. He also took on a leadership role for his team, and had no problem being vocal when encouraging his teammates. There's a bright future ahead for the Texas wing who's headed to Bowie High School (TX).

Colby Jones, 2020 SG, Alabama: One of the best rising freshman in Alabama, the 6'3" wing loves to attack the rim. He is a naturally gifted athlete and excellent rebounder. The best trait of the Pinson Valley (AL) product is that he's a hard worker. The dual-sport star is also a terror on the gridiron, and he should become a huge name in the state in both sports in the coming years.

Kylon Owens, 2020 PF, Texas: A tough post presence, the 6'7" big man showed nice touch around the rim, and rebounded well on both ends of the floor. He shined brightest as a rim protector, swatting a plethora of shots throughout the weekend. He even showed that he can make shots out to the three-point line as well. There's a bright future ahead for the South Oak Cliff (TX) prospect.

Jalen 'Bo' Montgomery, 2020 CG, Mississippi: The 6'2" combo guard headed to Lausanne Collegiate (TN) this school year is a talented guard. Not only does he have very good size already, but he has excellent scoring instincts as well. He immediately should be one of the premier freshman in the state of Tennessee thanks to his versatility on the offensive end of the floor.

Mike Miles, 2020 PG, Texas: One of the most polished point guards at the camp, the 5'10" Texas Titans floor general made all the right decisions during his time in Atlanta. He got hot from the perimeter on Sunday, and got better as camp went on. Right now, his biggest assets are his playmaking ability and his ball skills.

Paulie Stramaglia, 2020 PG, Alabama: One of the best playmakers at the camp was the 5'10" point man. He's used to playing against older competition, so his ability really shined through now that he finally played against prospects his own age at Elite24 Camp. He's headed to Alabama power Mountain Brook (AL) this season, so expect him to improve and develop.

Keondre Brown, 2020 CG, Louisiana: An extremely skilled scorer, the 6'0" combo guard has a phenomenal mid-range game. He can get hot in a hurry, and also has consistent range out to the three-point line. When he's not scoring, he's getting his teammates involved using his court vision and ball skills. He's also crafty around the rim on penetration. 

Chase Ellis, 2020 SF, Georgia: A standout on the powerful Atlanta Celtics 14U team this summer, the 6'3" wing headed to St. Francis (GA) is a very polished prospect. He can play multiple positions on the floor and can score on all three levels. He also plays tough on-ball defense and makes winning plays. 

Devin Wilson, 2020 SG, Texas: A fantastic slasher from the wing, the 5'11" lefty has a great penetration dribble that gives him the chance to operate on attacking opportunities. He's an excellent transition prospect and shows glimpses of becoming a point guard with further development. He's definitely one to monitor in Texas.

Armani Thomas, 2020 SF, Florida: A standout offensive player at camp, the Florida prospect is 6'3" with a nice frame. He made a living on aggressive drives to the basket, and showed a solid mid-range jump shot at points as well. As he matures and takes his defensive game more serious, he will become a serious player.

Tyler Finley, 2020 SG, Louisiana: One of the better shooters at the camp was the 6'4" Louisiana native. He has fantastic size and a great frame for such a young prospect, and he also has nice vision. Right now, he projects well going forward as a high-scoring wing built for the next level, as he's headed to St. Thomas Aquinas (LA) for his high school career.

Anthony Richardson, 2020 SF, Florida: A prospect who already possesses an excellent frame and very good athleticism, it's just a matter of molding his wing skills. He crashes the glass on both ends and finishes extremely well around the rim. He excels when getting out in transition and when using his frame to finish against defenders.

Javonte Platt, 2020 PG, Tennessee: One of the hardest competitors at camp was the 5'10" combo guard. He loves to make plays on penetration & gets to the foul-line regularly. Where he really shines, however, is on the defensive end. He takes pride in locking down the opposing teams best offensive player and his motor is always running.

Jordan Johnson, 2020 SG, Tennessee: An athlete with big upside, the 6'2" wing showed ability as a scorer at Elite24 Camp. He can knock down shots from mid-range and three-point land. He also likes to attack the rim in order to take advantage of his athleticism. Once he puts on some muscle, he will become a more dangerous weapon.

Larry Holmes Jr., 2020 PG, Mississippi: One of the toughest kids in attendance was the 5'10" point guard. Headed to Jackson Callaway (MS), he fits the mold of tough Mississippi kids. He thrives when attacking the basket and is relentless on the defensive end. When his jump shot is falling, he's extremely hard to stop. 

Moses Parker, 2020 PF, North Carolina: A rugged interior post presence, the 6'3" big man used his physical strength and high-motor to create opportunities for himself all weekend at camp. He finished at a high rate around the rim, and rebounded well on both ends of the floor. He also showed solid footwork around the rim.

Alex Daniels, 2020 PG, Georgia: One of the high IQ prospects at the camp, the 5'11" lead guard picked his spots wisely when looking to score, as well as when facilitating. He has adequate ball skills and understands the game, making it easier for himself when playing against high-level prospects. 

Antoine Parker, 2020 SF, South Carolina: An extremely athletic 6'1" forward, he may have had the highest motor of any prospect at the camp. Right now, he doesn't exactly have a position, but his future is on the wing. He has a nose for the basketball and always pounds the glass. On defense, he stood out as a shot-blocker with his long arms.

Winder Vasquez, 2020 SG, Texas: One of the best shooters in the camp, the 5'11" Texas prospect was lights-out from beyond the arc. He knows how to move without the ball in his hands and makes the most of his offensive opportunities. With improved ball-handling skills, he could become a very dangerous offensive prospect at the high school level.

Benjamin Raspberry, 2020 SG, Georgia: One prospect who consistently made plays throughout the weekend was the 6'0" guard who's headed to Douglas County High School (GA). His athleticism made him effective as a scorer on offense and as a defender as well. Le'ts not forget that he also had one of the highest motors in the camp as well.

Jaden Colleymore, 2020 SF, Texas: A power wing, the 6'2" southpaw was most effective when he was penetrating to the rim and finishing against defenders. He also rebounded the ball well and took pride on the defensive end. As he tightens up his ball skills, he will become a very solid small forward.

Kaleb Jenkins, 2020 PG, Georgia: The 5'11" lead guard is a standout scorer. Not only does he have excellent form on his jump shot, but he shoots it at a high percentage as well, from both mid-range and three-point land. He knows how to navigate in the lane and is more than capable of getting his teammates involved offensively as well.

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