#38- 5'0 '28 Canyon Keilman

Although small, Keilman was easily among the most impressive floor generals on display. He's a knockdown shooter with sharp vision and a tight, crafty handle. Keilman utilizes his quickness to get wherever he wants off the bounce, but understands how to get others involved and make correct decisions with the ball in his hands. He also displays nice defensive instincts at the point of attack.

#21- 5'5 '30 London Valcin

There were numerous sixth-graders on display, but Valcin was arguably as productive as anyone. He's already so smart and smooth with the necessary skillset to cause a ton of problems for opponents. Valcin is an excellent shooter with a nice change of pace and the ability to consistently create for himself and others off the bounce. Without knowing his age, his youth would be extremely difficult to determine. He plays with such an advanced level of poise.

#57- 5'10 '28 Noah Dulin

Arguably the most dominant performer at camp, Dulin was incredibly impactful from start to finish. He's long, skilled, and athletic with the ability to score from all levels, create for himself and others, and wreak havoc defensively. Dulin already has a high IQ, well-rounded skillset, and strong array of physical tools. He was basically able to get whatever he wanted offensively, but still managed to stand out as an unselfish leader and overall tone-setter.

#162- 6'2 '28 Kingston Hardie

In terms of overall appeal, Hardie was certainly among the top prospects in attendance. He's already big, strong, and skilled'which caused a ton of matchup problems for opponents throughout the day. Hardie is able to physically overwhelm opponents around the basket, but utilizes his blend of vision, ball skills, perimeter shooting to actively apply pressure from outside the paint. When he's playing hard, Hardie is able to dominate his assignment on both ends of the floor.

#53- 6'1 '28 Dorian Moore

There have been a lot of quality athletes, but Moore was quietly in a league of his own. No one was better in transition or got downhill at a more consistent rate, but he also displayed a reliable handle and jumper. Moore set up others whenever possible but primarily found success through his incredible open-floor speed and finishing ability. He wreaked havoc defensively and forced a ton of turnovers.

#51- 6'0 '28 Jack Baker

Given his general production throughout the camp, it would be difficult to ignore everything Baker showcased. He's a long, skilled wing/forward with touch, ball skills, and flashes of versatility on both ends of the floor. Baker had no issue containing or outrebounding opponents who were bigger, stronger, or more athletic. He knocks down jumpers at a solid clip and operates well within the flow of the offense.

#157- 6'1 '29 Geremiah Mobley

Of all the seventh-graders on display, Mobley was physically a notch above the rest. He's a quality athlete with a strong frame and useful offensive skillset. Mobley made a consistent impact on the glass, securing numerous second-chance opportunities and actively pushing the break in transition. He excels at racing down the floor and powering through contact to finish. Mobley also knocked down jumpers, set up others, and made his presence felt defensively.