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Warrior Elite Sports Prospect Exposure Camp: Recap
by Jason Pratt, Future150 (6:05 PM CT, Tue June 11, 2013)
Houston Prospect Camp 2013 featured Holt, Nelson, Harris
Houston Prospect Camp 2013 featured Holt, Nelson, Harris
Jason Pratt
Jason Pratt:

Future150 Senior Recruiting Analyst. Covering high school basketball nationally.

Houston, TX (Future150) -- The Warrior Elite Sports Prospect Exposure Camp was filled with talented prospects this past weekend, and several sixth, seventh, and eighth graders made it a point to get themselves exposure with their play.

2017 Ricky "Doc" Nelson: The floor general is the engine that always seems to make his team go. He picks his spots extremely well on the floor, and knocks down shots with regularity from the outside as well as mid-range. 

2017 Jhamon Ausbon: The 6'0" small forward has an excellent body, and uses it to his advantage at all times. He is nimble on his feet, and has excellent post moves on the low block.

2019 Tyrese Maxey: The Garland, Texas native has good size and  impressed us with his ball-handling skills and his ability to finish at the rim with consistency.

2018 Jamal Bieniemy: The silky-smooth shooting guard was scoring the ball at will during camp play. He doesn't force the issue when playing, and is capable of playing the lead guard spot as well.

2017 Maxwell Evans: The 5-foot-11 scorer has a good feel for the game. He is a smooth lefty who also showed good ball-handling skills throughout the weekend of action.

2018 Jarred Cebrum: The 6'0" forward has a very good body and uses it to his advantage when rebounding on the offensive end of the floor. He also is a talented finisher off-the-dribble. 

2017 Jason Brooks: The 6-foot-5 post prospect hailing from Lake Charles, Louisiana had a solid weekend of action. He used his big frame to carve out space on the inside, and finished with regularity.

2019 Jaylen Davis: The strong-bodied guard has a very good feel for the game. He also showed an ability to handle the basketball in pressure situations. 

2017 Jarred Vanderbilt: The 6-foot-6 wing prospect proved his worth as a top five player in the country in Houston. He has excellent size and skills for a player his age, and the sky is the limit in terms of how good he can become.

2019 Kevin McCullar: The San Antonio prospect showed the ability to shoot the basketball from the outside, but what was most impressive was his feel for the game and overall court vision on the floor.

2018 Eden Holt: Don't let his size fool you. Eden is one of the best ball-handling guards his age and has the ball on a string at all times. He also has a consistent jump shot from the outside, but is more comfortable getting his teammates involved.

2019 Chris Harris: The long and athletic Coyle Middle School (TX) product was one of the most impressive prospect in the entire camp. His smoothness on the floor was evident, whether it was with or without the ball in his hands. Super prospect.

2018 C.J. Washington: The 6-foot-2 forward is a multi-faceted prospect. He can score on all three levels, rebounds the ball well, and can even facilitate for others when the opportunity presents itself.

2019 Devion Harmon: The long and athletic lefty was a great rebounder this weekend. He has good size and is also a very good shot-blocker. 

2018 Kadon Lewis: The Dallas native is a fun floor general to watch. The lefty is a smooth guard with an excellent feel for the game, and he excels when getting into the lane with a quick first-step. 

2019  D.J. Edgar: The most talented point guard in his age division, the Houston prospect showed elite court vision and finished with ease at the rim with both hands. Super prospect who has a bright future.



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