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Jr.Houston Future150 Camp: Saturday Recap
by Jason Pratt, Future150 (8:49 PM CT, Sat August 10, 2013)
2018 Noah Thomas, Mason Hix and Chris Walker
2018 Noah Thomas, Mason Hix and Chris Walker
Jason Pratt
Jason Pratt:

Future150 Senior Recruiting Analyst. Covering high school basketball nationally.

Houston, TX (Future150) -- Future150's last Jr. camp of the year kicked off Saturday at "The Gym" in Humble, Texas, where several Lone Star State prospects made their mark. Here are the standouts:

Noah Thomas, 2018 CG: Noah had a nice showing on day one of Jr. Houston Camp. The 6-foot-1 combo guard was effective scoring the basketball as well as distributing for his teammates. He was also a force on the defensive end, using his long arms to block and/or contest several shots.

Kendrick Davis, 2018 PG: The 5-foot-7 lead guard wowed the crowd with his uncanny court vision as well as his excellent ball skills on Saturday. He was a terror in transition and was also knocking down open jump shots from mid-range as well as long range.

Mason Hix, 2018 CF: The 6-foot-2 combo forward has an impressive skill set. While he did most of his damage inside the paint today, finishing around the rim with both hands, he also knocked down several outside jump shots, showing his versatility on offense. Good rebounder as well.

Cameron Noel, 2019 PG: The tiny point guard had a very impressive first day at camp. The 5-foot-2 guard was creating for teammates and also getting involved in the action, several times scoring around the rim using a pretty floater and showing off a mid-range jumper as well.

Chris Walker, 2018 SF: The most physically impressive camper is the Texas forward. He's a 5-foot-11 prospect capable of playing three positions on the floor. His body control and ability to get to the basket have been unmatched so far at camp. Very physical Texas prospect.

Keiman Capers, 2019 PF: The 6-foot big man is another versatile forward with the ability to play more than one position on the floor. Right now, his biggest assets are his rebounding ability and his shot-blocking instincts. He is also a surprisingly good passer for a post player.

Jalen Preston, 2018 SG: The 6-foot-2, 180-pound wing is our hidden gem of the weekend. He has excellent athleticism and explosiveness, and he gets to the rim with ease. His physique is also very advanced, and it's only a matter of time until the secret gets out about him in the Houston area. Big time talent.

Derek Geddis, 2018 PF: The long and athletic forward made his mark on Saturday by running the floor and finishing everything around the rim. He was roaming the floor blocking shots and also rebounding well on both ends of the floor.

Oscar Garcia, 2018 SF: The 6-foot-1 southpaw was the most consistent finisher around the rim on the first day of camp. He tallied several impressive blocks also, by both patrolling the paint as well as chasing down offensive players on fast breaks. High motor prospect.

Shawn Thomas, 2018 PG: A terror in transition, the 5-foot-8 Thomas was using advanced court vision and savvy passing skills to rack up assists on offense. He also was using his open floor speed to score easy baskets on the break in transition. Very fun to watch.


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