No. 7 5'9 '18 Curtis White (Lawrenceburg HS)

When you're an undersized point guard, you better bring grit and toughness and that's exactly what Curtis White brought to the Indy Top 80. He is a true PG that has a high basketball IQ. Coach Danaher stated, 'Curtis is a smart player with a good looking shot. He attacks the basket with purpose.' First of all, Curtis is a pass first PG that is an excellent decision maker who can make shots when available. In the three camp games, he averaged two 3-pointers.

No. 12 5'11 '18 Matthew Martin (Greensburg HS)

Matthew is a fundamentally sound, high IQ, and most of all a very unselfish player. (Maybe a little too unselfish at times) That being said, he is a team first PG who's first priority to get his teammates involved in the offense. Matthew plays well within the team structure. Coach Danaher stated, 'Matthew has a lot of potential, but could be more assertive at times.'

No. 20 6'5 '19 Dexter Shouse

Dexter was one of the big surprises at the camp. Coming in with an offer from IUPUI, Dexter showcased a nifty blend of athleticism with solid skills. Coach Danaher stated, 'Dexter is an athletic player with good ball handling ability. The next step is to move more without the ball.' During the camp, Dexter use averaged 14 PPG and scored from all three levels. He was efficient from the 3- point line but was tremendous in attacking the rim where he used his athleticism nicely. Dexter has tremendous length (6'11 wingspan) and reach (8'3), which allows him to play much bigger than his listed height. Definitely one to watch!

No. 28 6'1 '18 Tyler Brankin (Highland HS)

Tyler has a great understanding of the game. We were impressed with his poise/maturity and his high basketball IQ. Coach Danaher stated, 'Tyler is such a coachable player that pays attention. He has great knowledge of the game. He can shoot with efficiency and is a great team player.' We were impressed with his toughness and overall effort/energy that was displayed throughout the day.

No. 60 6'6 '17 Emmanuel Little (North Central)

Emmanuel is a strong and long athletic wing. He has tremendous length (7'1 wing) and reach (8'5), and not to mention a 28.1 standing vertical. He may be one of the top unsigned seniors in the Indiana that schools simply don't know enough about. Coach Danaher stated, 'Emmanuel is a big physical player with a nose for the rim.' He averaged 10 PPG for the three games and was productive throughout the day. He's productive and most of all a winner!

No. 62 6'4 '18 Rilee Epley (Evansville Harrison)

Rilee is an extremely long and sneaky athletic shooting guard. (He has a 6'10 wingspan, 8'3 reach and a 29.2 standing vertical. Coach Danaher stated, 'Rilee is a great kid with a great attitude. He does what he is asked and is an overall fantastic team player.' Rilee averaged 11.5 PPG and scored from all three levels. He can hit the 3-pointer as well as the dribble drive pull up jumper. The next step in his development is to get physically stronger which will allow his recruitment take another level.

No. 65 6'5 '18 Tony Hopkins (TC Howe HS)

What's not to like about a point guard with size, length, and strength. We're talking about a PG who has a 7'0 wingspan, 8'4 standing reach. He currently has offers from Ball State, New Orleans, and Tampa, but we expect this list will grow sooner rather than later. Coach Danaher stated, 'Tony is a good sized player with good ability. He has no problem getting to the rim.' Tony averaged 12.5 PPG and demonstrated an all around game that will makes college coaches covet. (Especially his ability to play tough hard nose defense)

No. 79 6'5 '19 Hayden Smithey (Bishop Dwenger)

Hayden is the epitome of a team player. He has a great attitude and plays the game the correct way. He has a nice face up game with a soft shooting touch. Coach Danaher stated, 'Hayden has a fantastic attitude and pays attention when being talked to. Not to mention how well he shoots the ball.' Hayden has a 8'7 standing reach which should make him an attractive prospect at the next level. He has the tools and intangibles to make him a high priority for schools at the mid major level.

No. 82 6'6 '18 David Arens (Oak Hill HS)

With David Arens, one thing is for certain; you never have to coach or teach effort. David is a hard working blue-collar player that will make one hustle play after another. He plays with a high motor and full throttle approach. Coach Danaher echoed our comments and stated, 'David has a great motor and gives maximum effort.' For the camp, David had a solid day and consistency was his calling card.

No. 94 6'1 '18 Jeremy Davison (Ft. Wayne HS)

Jeremy Davison is a high IQ player that is simply a coach on the floor. He has an advanced skill set that is so fundamentally sound. We were impressed with his leadership abilities, poise and maturity. He controlled the tempo and just had that certain quality you expect out of your point guard. Coach Danaher stated, 'Jeremy is such a smart player with a coachable mindset.' He has a ton of intangibles that often don't show up in the score sheet!

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