Team 11

Coach: Kelvin Mills

#42: 5'7 '26 Branden Warren (Reagan)

Starting things off, we look at a player who seems to consistently improve with each updated viewing, Branden Warren. He's a young, smart guard prospect with an unselfish approach and reliable spot-up presence. Warren does a little bit of everything on the court, but utilizes his perimeter shooting to pose a constant threat offensively. He's a scrappy defender who isn't afraid to involve himself in the rebounding battle. Next in his development process is working on getting stronger, as it would allow him to become a more physical defender and rebounder. Coach Mills on Warren: 'Branden is a well-rounded player. He provided the team with energy all day throughout our championship run. He was an excellent team player. Branden has a high motor and hustles on both ends of the floor. Displays a high basketball IQ and knows how to play without the ball in his hands. Branden has all the tools to become a good high school player.' Warren enjoyed another quality showing at camp and will be a player to watch emerge for Reagan sooner than later.

#46: 5'8 '26 Marcus Goodman Jr. (Berry)

Next, we look at a player who stood out through his energy and overall adaptability, Marcus Goodman Jr. He's a young, fairly well-rounded guard prospect with a high motor and quality feel on both ends of the floor. Goodman is a useful shooting threat, willing passer, and active defender. Next in his development process is working on his ability to move without the ball, as it would allow him to find more scoring opportunities within the flow of the offense. Coach Mills on Goodman: 'Marcus is a smart, tough, hard-playing guard. He plays much bigger than his listed height would imply. He's a catch-and-shoot guard with solid range on his jumper. Marcus rebounds and pushes the ball on the fast-break. He's a good transition player, which fit in seamlessly with our fast-paced team. Displays good court vision and gave solid effort all day long. Needs to work on his off-hand.' Goodman did a variety of things well at camp and should be able to emerge for Berry over the coming months.

#71: 5'11 '26 Cameron Anderson (Piedmont Classical)

Moving onto a player who was able to find success in various different roles, Cameron Anderson. He's a young, skilled guard prospect with a sturdy frame and excellent feel on both ends of the floor. Anderson utilizes his high motor and scrappy nature to make his presence felt defensively, but also scores the ball at an efficient rate from all levels. Next in his development process is working on his ability to move without the ball, as it would allow him to find more scoring chances within the flow of the action. Coach Mills on Anderson: 'Cameron was a playmaker and camp standout all day. He displayed great defensive instincts and possesses a ton of tools, like IQ, great hands, quick feet, and good court vision. He's a quality penetrator who knows how to finish and make the proper pass. His passing ability was key in the team's championship run. Cameron had a solid camp and was a defensive nightmare for the other team.' Anderson made a nice impact during his time at camp and should be a useful piece for Piedmont Classical going forward.

#78: 6'0 '26 Phillip Lesane (Freedom Christian)

Continuing onto a player who consistently found ways to assert his presence on both ends of the floor, Phillip Lesane. He's a young, smart, well-rounded guard prospect with an unselfish approach and the ability to make plays with or without the ball in his hands. Lesane is a useful all-around offensive player, but arguably stood out even more through his rugged defensive presence. Next in his development process is working on the use of his off-hand, as it would make him a more complete player. Coach Mills on Lesane: 'Phillip is a smooth combo guard with a well-rounded game. He knows his spots and knows how to get to them. He made a lot of hustle plays and shot the ball well from beyond the arc. He's a threat and will score every time he touches the ball. He plays with high energy on both ends of the floor. Phillip's team play was key in the team's championship run.' Lesane proved to be an asset at camp and should be able to carve out a meaningful role for Freedom Christian during the upcoming season.

#97: 6'1 '24 Joshua Bayne (Westchester Country Day)

Next, we look at a player who simply understands how to fill in the gaps and produce in various types of roles, Joshua Bayne. He's a smart, tough, high-motor wing prospect with the ability to pass, score, and defend bigger opponents. Bayne is adaptable to the team needs but can create his own shot or set up others as needed. He battles for rebounds and willingly makes hustle plays. Next in his development process is working on the use of his off-hand, as it would make him a more complete player. Coach Mills on Bayne: 'Joshua is a scrappy defender. He's long, wiry, and has good foot speed. He's smart, quick, and has good court vision. A tremendous athlete with the ability to set up teammates and make the right play. Finishes well around the rim. Joshua did a lot of things well. Most of all, he made an impact without needing the ball in his hands. Excellent team player.' Bayne stood out as a difference-maker during camp and should appeal to various college coaches throughout his upcoming senior season.

#101: 6'2 '24 David Mirikwe (Chapel Hill)

Moving onto a player who easily stood out as one of the most impressive performers on display, David Mirikwe. He's a smart, tough guard prospect with elite defensive prowess and natural leadership qualities on both ends of the floor. Mirikwe possesses the blend of quickness, physicality, and instincts to cause a ton of problems for opponents'both as an on and off-ball defender. He forces turnovers at a consistent rate and pushes the break in transition. Offensively, Mirikwe highlighted a polished scoring arsenal and playmaking sense. He scored from all levels, created for others, and made excellent decisions with the ball in his hands. Next in his development process is working on the use of his off-hand, as it would make him a more complete player. Coach Mills on Mirikwe: 'David has the ability to defend any position on the court. He has a long frame, long arms, and is quick off his feet. David is an excellent defender on the ball, off the ball, and in transition. He can also knock down shots from anywhere on the floor. His skillset is one of the best we saw at camp because he simply did it all. He was one of the most coachable kids at camp.' Mirikwe enjoyed a phenomenal showing at camp, securing the Defense Award, and should be a target for various college coaches over the coming months.

#116: 6'3 '26 RJ Morning (Ragsdale)

Next, we look at a player who has shown a lot of growth over the recent months, RJ Morning. He's a long, wiry, athletic wing prospect with nice IQ, a high motor, and unselfish approach on both ends of the floor. Morning displayed strides as a creator and overall scorer, but still looked to set up others and produce within the flow of the action. He hit jumpers, played above the rim, and contained his assignment well defensively. Next in his development process is working to get stronger, as it would allow him to become a better finisher through contact. Coach Mills on Morning: 'RJ is a physically talented wing with a high motor. He's a good athlete who can make and finish plays above the rim on both ends of the floor. He plays hard, attacks, and is a consistent threat with his pull-up game. RJ moves his feet well to use his quickness to maneuver against smaller guards. He's also an excellent passer with good court vision. In my opinion, he was one of the better all-around players in camp.' Morning showcased a lot of growth at camp and will be a prospect to watch emerge for Ragsdale over the coming years.

#120: 6'3 '25 Sugar Easton (New Hope)

Continuing onto a player who made a lasting impression as one of the most polished, dynamic campers on display, Sugar Easton. He's a smart, skilled, well-rounded guard prospect with a crafty handle and reliable three-level scoring arsenal. Easton effortlessly created clean looks for himself and others, made smart decisions, and outworked his assignment defensively. He controlled the pace and consistently stood out as a leader for this group. Next in his development process is working on his ability to move without the ball, as it would make him a more complete player. Coach Mills on Easton: 'Sugar was arguably one of the most prolific offensive players in the camp and his numbers demonstrated this skillset! He was top-five in scoring and his advanced skill level and competitive drive set him apart from his peers. He seems to thrive when most others wilt when the game is on the line. He's a cold-blooded assassin that has the full package of offensive weapons at his disposal. He can also score from all three levels.' Easton stood out as a top performer at camp, securing the Playmaker Award, and should be poised for a productive junior season at New Hope.

#136: 6'6 '25 Evan Dean (Trinity Academy)

Next, we look at a player who always seems to produce, regardless of context or setting, Evan Dean. He's a smart, skilled, high-motor wing/forward prospect with the ability to fill it up offensively. Dean is a quality rebounder and defender who utilizes his length to disrupt opponents. He scores from all levels, makes smart passes, and provides terrific effort at all times. Next in his development process is working to get stronger, as it would allow him to become a more physically imposing player. Coach Mills on Dean: 'Evan stood out as one of the most explosive bigs in the gym. He ran the floor, outworked opponents on both ends, and blocked shots effortlessly. He was good in the post and was able to generate clean shots for himself off the bounce. Evan has good footwork, court vision, and hands. He finishes above the rim and cleaned up every missed shot around the basket. He is capable of being a 20/10 player and someone that all coaches need to have on their team.' Dean did a lot of things well at camp and should be poised for a strong upcoming season at Trinity Academy.

#139: 6'9 '24 Alex Smollen (Chapel Hill)

Moving onto a player who possesses clear upside and an intriguing array of tools, Alex Smollen. He's a long, wiry, skilled big man with soft touch, perimeter shooting, and nice athleticism for his size/position. Smollen prefers to apply pressure around the perimeter, but has the tools to post up and score around the basket. He's a capable rebounder and defender with the necessary instincts to make a solid impact. Next in his development process is working to get stronger, as it would make him a better finisher through contact. Coach Mills on Smollen: 'Alex was arguably the best big man in camp. He has a skillset that allows him to score from all three levels. Possesses good hands, footwork, and a high basketball IQ. He causes matchup problems at his size. His only improvement is that he must get stronger. This will prepare him for the physicality of the college game. Alex has college-level size and basketball IQ.' Smollen highlighted a lot of ability during his time at camp and will be a target for various college coaches over the coming months.

#154: 6'5 '24 Damori Lytch (Quality Education)

Finishing up, we look at a player who easily stood out as one of the top performers on display, Damori Lytch. He's a long, athletic, high-motor forward prospect with a useful amount of skill and two-way versatility. Lytch wreaked havoc defensively, rebounded at a consistent rate, and did a little bit of everything offensively. His combination of size and skill caused matchup problems for the opposition. Next in his development process is working on the use of his off-hand, as it would make him a more complete player. Coach Mills on Lytch: 'Damori is a big, strong man-child who already has a college body and plays the game with an old-school flavor. He was unstoppable in the high post and played downhill when he had the ball in his hands. He possesses an excellent three-point shot, has good hands, and was able to post up everyone in the camp. He's also an excellent passer with good court vision. In my opinion, he was one of the best all-around players in the camp.' Lytch showed flashes of dominance at camp, securing the Hustle Award, and should be a key piece for Quality Education during his upcoming senior season.