Team 1

Coach: Greg Harmon

#125:'5'11 '23 Trevor Barrett (Trinity Academy)

Starting things off, we look at a player that easily stood out among the top floor generals on display, Trevor Barrett. He's a smart, unselfish point guard prospect with an excellent pace to his game. Barrett can reliably run a team while offering a quality balance between scoring and playmaking. He's a sharp, timely passer with the necessary vision to set up teammates at a pretty consistent rate. Next in his development process is working on his ability to move without the ball in his hands, as it would allow him to pose a threat from either guard position. Coach Harmon on Barrett: 'Trevor is a very coachable player. He penetrates and finishes well with both hands. He does a great job of letting the game come to him. Trevor can improve defensively, both on and off the ball. He can also improve on transition defense. Trevor has great shot mechanics. He shoots the ball well from midrange and beyond the arc. He can continue to improve his physical strength.' Barrett showed the ability to lead a team and make others better at camp, which should allow for a productive summer season heading into his senior year. 

#149: 5'11 '24 Cooper Stamm (Jefferson Forest)

Next, we look at a player that showcased an adaptable, unselfish approach on both ends of the floor, Cooper Stamm. He's a wiry, team-first guard prospect with the ability to make his presence felt within the framework of the team structure. Stamm doesn't force the action, understanding how to play hard and maximize his role. He provides nice energy defensively, runs the floor in transition, and can knock down perimeter jumpers off the catch. Next in his development process is working on the use of his off-hand, as it would make him a better finisher through contact. Coach Harmon on Stamm: 'Cooper is very coachable and possesses pretty good shot mechanics. He can improve on help-defense and transition defense. Cooper needs to be more aggressive offensively. He's a very unselfish player. He can continue to work on developing his physical strength. Cooper played hard from start to finish.' Stamm proved to be a useful teammate throughout his time at camp and will be one to watch across his continued high school career. 

#150: 5'11 '24 Ethan Rangolan (Central Academy of Technology and Arts)

Moving onto a player that seemed to make quite the lasting impression with his consistent willingness to do the dirty work, Ethan Rangolan. He's a long, wiry guard prospect with an excellent team-first approach and the ability to make plays without necessarily requiring the ball in his hands. Rangolan is a fairly well-rounded player with the ability to pass, score, or make plays offensively. That being said, he arguably shines even more as a rebounder and on-ball defender. Next in his development process is working to get stronger, as it would make him a better finisher through contact. Coach Harmon on Rangolan: 'Ethan plays hard from start to finish. He's a very coachable player. Ethan has a lot of heart and will not back down from opponents. He can continue to work on his shot mechanics. Ethan offers pretty good off-ball defense, but can improve at the point of attack. He must develop his strength. Ethan is a very unselfish player.' Rangolan found ways to stand out with his intangibles and willingness to play hard, which should ultimately make him a very useful high school player. 

#173: 6'1 '24 Cameron Milton (Cornerstone Charter)

Continuing onto a player that made an impressive impact with his nonstop motor and blue-collar approach, Cameron Milton. He's a long, wiry, team-first guard prospect with the ability to alter the course of a game with his energy, toughness, and willingness to make hustle plays. Despite his size, Milton consistently stood out as a strong rebounder for this group and regularly displayed a quality nose for the ball. He can knock down jumpers but is arguably at his best when attacking the basket, securing second-chance opportunities, or filling the wings in transition. Next in his development process is working to get stronger, as it would make him even more physically imposing around the basket. Coach Harmon on Milton: 'Cameron needs to work on his shot mechanics and continue to improve the use of his off-hand. He plays hard from start to finish on both ends of the floor. Cameron is a very coachable player and rebounds well for his position. He plays with great effort.' Milton found ways to be an asset for his team during camp and will be one to watch throughout his continued high school career. 

#174: 6'1 '23 Cortez Moore (Northwood Temple)

Next, we look at a player that stood out as one of the top all-around performers for this team during camp, Cortez Moore. He's a smart, heady, well-rounded guard prospect with an excellent balance between scoring and playmaking. Moore is a reliable perimeter shooter but also does an exceptional job of getting downhill, touching the paint, and finishing or setting up his teammates. He's unselfish and looks to make plays for others, but is more than capable of find scoring opportunities for himself from all levels. Next in his development process is working on his ability to move without the ball, as it would make him a more complete offensive player. Coach Harmon on Moore: 'Cortez can improve on decision-making and shot selection. He accepts criticism well. He needs to look to penetrate more regularly, as he's a good penetrator and finisher. Cortez shoots well off the dribble and handles the ball very well. He can develop his physical strength and improve his on-ball defense. Cortez is very coachable and plays with solid effort.' Moore made an obvious impact throughout his time at camp and should be able to emerge as a quality contributor sooner than later for Northwood Temple. 

#200: 6'2 '22 Eric Valle (Scotland Campus)

Moving onto a player that offered a fairly intriguing array of skills for his size and strength, Eric Valle. He's a strong, skilled, team-first wing prospect with a sturdy frame and the ability to apply scoring pressure from all three levels. Valle is a reliable spot-up threat from midrange and beyond the arc, but can also attack the basket as needed. He's a great passer and displays a high motor on both ends of the floor, which allows him to consistently make an impact with or without the ball in his hands. Next in his development process is working to improve his rebounding presence, as he has the necessary tools to make a stronger impact in that area. Coach Harmon on Valle: 'Eric needs to work on moving without the ball offensively. He has great shot mechanics and could be more aggressive offensively. Eric can also improve his on and off-ball defense. He's a very coachable player. Eric can handle the ball with both hands and proved to be a very unselfish player.' Valle enjoyed a quality showing during his time at camp and should be poised for a productive senior campaign at Scotland Campus. 

#201: 6'2 '23 Jacob Coltrane (East Hill Christian)

Continuing onto a player that really excelled at doing all the little things for this group, Jacob Coltrane. He's a wiry, unselfish, high-motor forward prospect with an excellent team-first approach. Coltrane places clear emphasis on operating within his role, securing rebounds, playing hard, and making plays on the ball whenever possible. He doesn't force the action and looks to defer to open teammates. Coltrane is a useful defender, strong rebounder, and capable off-ball cutter that doesn't necessarily require offensive touches to make a lasting impact. Next in his development process is working on his consistency as a three-point shooter, as it would make him a more lethal offensive threat. Coach Harmon on Coltrane: 'Jacob needs to work on his shot mechanics. He plays hard and with great effort. He's a great kid to coach, as he was very coachable. Jacob knocks down midrange jumpers when open. He can improve his post moves and court vision from the high post. Jacob boxes out and rebounds well for his size. He must continue to improve basketball IQ. He's a great team player and moves well without the ball offensively.' Coltrane did a lot of things well for his team and could be one to monitor over the coming years. 

#225: 6'4 '24 Aidan Cauthen (Mount Tabor)

Finishing up, we look at a player with a solid crossroads between production and long-term upside, Aidan Cauthen. He's a wiry, long-bodied forward/post prospect with a nice amount of skill for his age and size. Cauthen plays hard and offers an unselfish approach on both ends of the floor, working to anchor the paint while playing within the team structure. He defers well to others but can finish inside or knock down perimeter jumpers at a pretty reliable rate. Cauthen displays nice vision and made multiple sharp passes to cutting teammates. Next in his development process is working on his overall post arsenal, as it would allow him to become an even tougher matchup for opponents. Coach Harmon on Cauthen: 'Aidan is a very coachable player with the ability to knock down shots when open. He can continue to work on rebounding. He must get stronger physically. Aidan can improve on ball-handling and the use of his off-hand. He moves well without the ball offensively. Aidan can improve footwork and back-to-basket moves. He's a great team player and plays with great effort.' Cauthen showed a lot of enticing flashes during his time at camp and could be one to watch throughout his continued progression.