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Jr. Atlanta Future150 Camp: Elite 24 All-Star Game
by Eric Hampford, Future150 (3:49 PM CT, Tue March 18, 2014)
Jr. Atlanta Future150 'Elite 24' All-Star Game Selections.
Jr. Atlanta Future150 'Elite 24' All-Star Game Selections.
Eric Hampford
Eric Hampford:

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

Atlanta, GA (Future150) -- The 2014 JrFuture150 Atlanta Camp came to a close on Sunday afternoon with the Elite 24 All-Star Game. Standouts in the classes of 2018 and 2019 battled until the last whistle, as several prospects impressing our JrFuture150.com staff with their skills.

D.J. Brittian, 2018 PG, Atlanta Celtics: The 6-foot combo guard is an explosive prospect in the open floor. He can get to the rim with ease and knows how to finish. He also can get hot from the perimeter and when his jump shot is falling, he is one of the best guards in the class.

Reikan Donaldson, 2018 G/F, Team United: The 6-foot-2 wing was the MVP of the All-Star Game, finishing with 13 points on aggressive slashes to the basket and perimeter shots. He has improved tremendously over the past year and is develping into a well rounded combo guard.

Drue Drinnon, 2018 PG, ELW Future Stars: The top overall performer of the weekend was the 5-foot-11 combo guard. Showing an ability as both a set-up man as well as a scorer, the future is bright for Drinnon. He is very good when finding teammates on the fast break and can get hot when shooting from the perimeter.

Alex Jones, 2018 PG, WACG All-Stars: The most pure point guard in the camp, the Georgia prospect made his mark with excellent court vision and crisp passing. Showing good speed in the open floor, Alex showed how valuable a commodity he can become at the next level as a set-up man.

DaKereon Joyner, 2018 SG, Charleston Playmakers: The most physical guard in the camp, the 6-foot-1 wing used explosive athleticism and speed to score in transition as well as in the paint all weekend. He is an excellent rebounder and knows how to create for himself off-the-dribble. Very fun kid to watch.

Isaiah Kelly, 2018 SF, Team Power: Another high upside prospect, the 6-foot-4 small forward has the tools to play both the wing and the post at the next level, provided further development. He has good athleticism, footwork, and low post moves, as well as a soft touch on the perimeter with an ability to put the ball on the floor. There is a bright future ahead for the Augusta Christian (GA) forward.

K.J. Lee, 2018 SG, Atlanta Celtics: Another talented guard from the Atlanta Celtics program, Lee is another excellent perimeter shooter, especially from mid-range. Right now, he is at his best when slashing to the hoop and finishing on the break, but once his body fills out, he can become a dangerous scorer at the next level.

Devin Ramsey, 2019 PF, South Carolina Stampede: The 6-foot-3 young forward was one of the most consistent finishers on the low block this past weekend, and was also a physical rebounder. What we liked most about him was his love for playing through contact and working for post position in the paint. 

Ra'Quan Simmons, 2018 PG, Charleston Playmakers: The most explosive prospect off-the-dribble this past weekend was the Charleston Playmakers guard. What sets him apart at this stage is not only his speed, but also his high basketball IQ and his fundamentally sound game. Excellent weekend from the 5-foot-4 floor general.

Jamari Smith, 2018 SF, Atlanta Celtics: In terms of upside, there wasn't a prospect in attendance that has more of it than Smith. An explosive athlete at 6-foot-4, he wreaked havoc on the glass when rebounding the ball as well as when blocking shots on the defensive end. He also shows good footwork in the paint and an evolving perimeter game.

Brandon Thomas, 2018 SG, Atlanta Celtics: The most polished mid-range shooter in the camp, the 6-foot-2 wing showed the ability to create for himself off-the-dribble as well as in catch-and-shoot situations. He also is a crafty finisher at the rim and finished with both hands at the basket.

Jordan Wright, 2018 SG, Charleston Playmakers: The most fierce competitor at the camp was the 6-foot wing. A developing shooter, Wright was never outworked, whether he was attacking the glass, playing tough defense, or hyping his team late in games, it was clear that he is a winner at heart, and it showed. Once he grows into his frame and his skills catch up, he will be a standout shooting guard.

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