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Jr. Future150 Houston Camp - 2019 Top 24 All-Stars
by Eric Hampford, Future150 (5:24 PM CT, Wed August 13, 2014)
2019 Jr.Future150 Camp Houston Elite 24 All-Stars
2019 Jr.Future150 Camp Houston Elite 24 All-Stars
Eric Hampford
Eric Hampford:

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

Houston, TX (Future150) -- It was a record setting weekend at Jr. Future150's Houston Camp, where there were over 160 prospects in attendance. However, there were only 24 that were lucky enough to be hand-picked by staff and named to the Top 24 All-Star game. Here is a closer look at our standouts.

Sydney Shipp, 2019 PG: Despite only being 5-foot-2, the exciting point guard stood out all weekend thanks to his fearless play and playmaking ability. He loves to push the tempo on offense but he also understands when to slow things down and run the offense.

Aaron Davis, 2019 SF/PF: Aaron is a big and physical combination forward who is capable of scoring the basketball on all three levels, but is most effective when he's doing work on the low block. The 6-footer runs the floor well and also plays physical on-ball defense.

Sam Martin, 2019 PG: Martin is a prospect who uses his slashing ability to get to the basket, where he can finish at the rim against defenders who are much bigger than him. At camp, he was impressive with his smooth skill set and court vision. Plays with impressive confidence.

Brycen Perkins, 2020 SG/SF: There is plenty of upside in the 6-foot wing. He continues to grow and develop his skills. While his perimeter skills still need polishing, there is no doubt that he is at his best when he is using his length and athleticism to slash to the basket for impressive finishes around the rim.

Timmy Obe, 2019 SF: One of the hardest players to stop in terms of getting to the rim at camp was the 6-foot-1 wing. He uses his athleticism, length and quick first step to get to the basket and finish around and above defenders. Long and active defender as well.

Matthew Carter, 2019 SF: The versatile 5-foot-10 wing was impressive with his ability to score the basketball on all three levels as well as his rebounding on both ends of the floor. As he develops his perimeter skills and adds size, he could become a very dangerous prospect.

Antoine Hutchins, 2019 PF: A big bodied 6-foot-1 paint player, Hutchins had a big presence on the low block all weekend. He rebounds the ball well on both ends of the floor and uses his toughness to help his team win.

Payton Natkin, 2019 PF: The 6-foot-2 power forward plays with an endless motor at all times. He rebounds the ball well and is very springy on the low block. He finishes well at the basket and uses his long limbs to block a lot of shots

Pierce Hellums, 2019 PG/SG: A deadly perimeter shooter, the 5-foot-8 shooting guard is a high volume shooter and scorer. He has a high basketball IQ and knows when to make the right play. Look for him to continue to grow and develop over the next year.

Adam Kanafani, 2019 SG: Kanafani is a long and active wing that is at his best when he is going to the rim. He also showed that he has good court vision for someone who will play primarily off the ball. Once he develops his jumper, watch out.

Thomas Gordon2019 PF: Gordon was physical around the rim and was arguably the best interior scorer in the camp. He finished through contact on numerous occasions. He also showed that he is skilled when scoring on the block, using a number of post moves.As long as he continues to grow he projects favorably. 

Tayvion Peavy, 2019 PG:  Tayvion is a pure point guard who excels by using his court vision to find his teammates. He is also a lead guard who loves to attack and penetrate.He has a very high basketball IQ for a player his age. 

Jaron Presley, 2019 PG:  Presley is a high IQ guard who is shifty and is capable of creating his own shot. He can get to the rim and either finish with a floater or kick out to open teammates. His understanding of how to play the position at such a young age is impressive. 

Aidan Walsh, 2019 PG:  Aidan is a heady player who knows how to create his own shot despite not being the most athletic player of the floor. He uses a mid-range floater very well and showed that he can step out and knock down threes too. 

Teraven Rhodes, 2020 PF: Rhodes is just starting to scratch the surface of his potential, which is a scary thought. He is an exceptional athlete and good passer. He uses his athleticism well on the defensive end. 

Kendrick Gathe Jr., 2019 SG: Kendrick is a talented wing that can score by either getting to the rim or hitting shots in the mid-range. He is fairly athletic and is just starting to realize how good he can be. It will be interesting to see how he develops down the line. 

Quinn Slazinski, 2019 SF:Slazinski is a skilled combo forward who plays hard and is capable of playing on the wing or in the post depending on how develops. He shot the ball very well and grabbed a handful of rebounds throughout the weekend. 

Delor Johnson, 2019 PG: Johnson was one of the better players in the camp when it came to getting to the rim. He has a solid frame, which he uses to hold off defenders and finish through contact. Once he further develops his jump shot he will be very tough to account for. 

Sam Habel, 2019 SF: Habel is a good shooter who has a high basketball IQ and knows how to find space and get open shots. Once he expands his game off the dribble he should be able to slide over to shooting guard full time

Josh Williams, 2019 PG/SG: Williams is a shifty lead guard who uses his speed and change of pace to get into the lane and either finish around defenders or kick out to open shooters. He is deceptively strong and plays with a very high motor. 

Cameron Cohn, 2019 SF: Cameron has solid size for the wing position. He is a versatile prospect who is a knock down shooter. He needs to work on his shot selection but has a ton of upside and has shown he can be a great defender as well. 

Keionte Cornelius, 2019 PG: Maybe the most talented point guard in the camp, the 5-foot-8 Houston product was impossible to stop when attacking the basket. He has an excellent first-step and has the ball on a string at all times. Look for him to become one of the most talked about lead guards coming through the ranks in the city over the next several years.


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