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NOLA Super60: Weekend Standouts
by Eric Hampford, Future150 (12:29 PM CT, Tue May 28, 2013)
2018 Marvin Bagley, Gavin Schoenwald, Cameron Johnson
2018 Marvin Bagley, Gavin Schoenwald, Cameron Johnson
Eric Hampford
Eric Hampford:

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

New Orleans, LA (Future150) -- The NOLA Super60 was in full swing throughout Saturday and Sunday and the theme of the two days was "improvement". The Future150 staff tracked several prospects who have showed rapid improvement over the past year. Here are some standouts who have showed us rapid growth in their game...

Wendell Carter Jr., 2017 PF, Storm Elite:

The 6'8" power forward might just be the most improved prospect nationally in his class. He has grown 4+ inches since last May, and his game is evolving too. He finishes with both hands at the rim, possesses range out to the three-point line, and can even handle the ball for streches. Extremely impressive prospect.

Marvin Bagley III, 2018 SF, We All Can Go:

The 6'6" forward has all the tools to be the special prospect that scouts already believe he is. He can score, rebound, handle the basketball, and plays unselfish. He is also an explosive athlete who can play above the rim. The sky is the limit for Future150's #1 prospect in 2018.

Courtney Ramey, 2018 PG, Team Ramey:

The smooth point guard is one of the finest lead guards in his class. He plays with excellent pace and is a confident kid on the floor. He doesn't run from competition, and he plays unselfishly, always getting his teammates involved in the action. Great kid off the floor.

Noah Thomas, 2018 SG, Rytes Warriors:

This was the first time Future150 got a look at Noah this spring, after an injury saddled him for a little while, and he impressed us with his long range shooting as well as his ability to handle the basketball. He also plays well in transition and can get down and defend as well.

Nazerem Reid, 2018 PF, Team IZOD:

The biggest surprise of the day was the 6'6" power forward. Currently ranked #30 in the country in his class, he proved that we vastly underrated him. He is without a doubt a top 10 player at this point, and could rise even higher by summer's end. He has so much upside it's a bit scary. 

Terrell Coleman, 2017 SF, Atlanta Celtics:

The 6'5" small forward oozes upside, and his game is starting to come together. He is one of the most breathtaking athletes in his class who always seems to bring down the house with a big dunk. However, his ability to rebound, run the floor, and even take charges on the defensive end impressed us on Saturday. Great kid too.

Gavin Schoenwald, 2018 SF, We All Can Go:

We All Can Go might just have the top two prospects in the entire country for the 2018 class. The 6'4" Nashville prospect is an extremely versatile kid who affects the game in several ways. He legitimately can play the 1-5 on the floor and was more impressive than any other kid we saw during action on Saturday.

Atiba Taylor, 2018 PG, Team IZOD:

The 5'11" lefty has an excellent feel for the game. He has solid instincts as well as court vision. He can knock down the open jump shot from mid-range as well as long range. He's not afraid to take it to the basket and finish at the rim.

Jacobi Gordon, 2017 SF, Starting Five:

The 6'4" forward was rebounding the basketball at a high level on Saturday. He used his long arms and big frame to secure several rebounds in traffic, and was proving to be a high-motor player as well. He was also scoring easily around the rim.

Willie Hill, 2018 SF, Kentucky Gators:

The 6-foot-1 wing man still has a lot of development to do, but it is obvious he has a chance to be a solid player. He has great length that helps him get to the rim. He will need to get stronger to finish with contact, but that should come with time. 

Daniel Farris, 2017 SG, AI9:

Farris showed a nice little lefty stroke from downtown. He hit several shots throughout the day, along with pulling some big rebounds. He has a nice body and build for his position and age. It definitely helps him at his age. Keep an eye out for his name as he continues to expand his game.

Carson Seramey, 2017 SG, Atlanta Celtics:

Seramey is one of many beneficiaries from the Celtics' stellar guard play. While most opposing defenders helped off on defense, the 6-foot-2 shooter converted three-pointer after three-pointer. The ability to get his shot off quickly helps does wonders for him, too. 

Jared Vanderbilt, 2017 SF, Houston Elite:

The 6'6" wing had a solid showing all weekend for his Houston Elite squad. While he had to shoulder the load rebounding on the inside, he did an adequate job dealing neutralizing prospects on opposing teams. He showed a good ability to handle the basketball and showed a very good pull-up jumper when playing off-the-dribble.

Jatrious Smith, 2017 SG: SCBA Game Elite:

The 6-foot-4 shooting guard is a bouncy athlete who rebounded the ball very well this past weekend. He got to the rim aggressively and finished well at the cup. He also showed an abiltiy to handle the basketball when he needed to.

Davontaveon Martin, 2017 SG, Bayou Flames Elite:

The 6-foot-2 combo guard was dominating at times this past weekend for his Bayou Flames Elite team. He was capable of playing positions 1-4 on the floor for his team based on his ball skills, rebounding the basketball, and his scoring in the post. 

Keytaon Thompson, 2017 SF, Primetime Select:

The combo forward was one of our favorite prospects to watch all weekend. The 6-foot-3 high-motor athlete was rebounding the ball well, running the floor for easy scoring opportunities, played tough defense, and showed good ball skills on the break. He looks like he will be a big time player at Landry Walker High School (La).


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