#10- Kyri Wilson- The quick, extremely fast point guard was one of the most reliable performers from his camp team. Wilson is a quality ball-handler with unselfishness and the ability to control a game in transition. He made consistently smart decisions with the ball in his hands and was able to attack the basket almost whenever he desired.


#15- Ramani Bruton- There’s so much to like with the all-around wing/forward prospect, especially for a seventh-grader. He is so smart and truly does everything well while utilizing both hands, doing the little things, and leading by example on both ends of the floor. He has no real weaknesses and still has a ton of upside remaining.


#18- Josiah Peeples- The smooth, skilled guard prospect offers an excellent blend of playmaking and three-level scoring. He showcased flashes of being one of the most polished guards on display. Peeples can operate with or without the ball in his hand and find success, given his perimeter shooting, but typically works as the primary creator.


#35- Josh Leonard- For his age, Leonard was quite possibly the most impressive two-way performer on display. He does a little bit of everything and does so with poise, intelligence, and strong energy. Leonard has a very strong motor and team-first mentality, which should allow him to be a useful piece alongside any group of teammates.


#50- Kito Douglas- The big, strong-bodied forward was easily among the most entertaining prospects on display. He plays with infectious energy and utilizes his body nicely on both ends of the floor. Douglas is a quality all-around athlete that can nearly play above the rim, but has the necessary quickness and foot speed to defend along the interior or perimeter.


#52- Felder Gibson- The big-bodied forward was the main glue-guy in attendance at camp, given the abundance of plays he made during every single contest. Gibson plays hard, runs the floor with purpose, and utilizes his body to rebound and finish strong around the basket.


#55- Bryson Heath- Few guys have been as dominant and unselfish as Heath, who has led by example in basically everything he does. Heath has a tight handle, sharp passing instincts, and the ability to apply relentless pressure as a penetrator. He’s exceptional in the open floor and highlighted a formidable jumper from the perimeter.


#57- Zavier Washington- The big, strong-bodied post prospect was arguably the most physically-advanced performer in attendance, given the way he consistently battled inside the paint. Washington played within himself and didn’t force the action on either end but was willing and ready to do the dirty work.