Coach: AJ Caldwell
#8: 5’11 ’25 Jeremiah Brooks (Greenwood)
Starting things off, we look at a player who made a steady impact on both ends of the floor, Jeremiah Brooks. He’s a scrappy, high-motor guard prospect with a reliable jumper and fairly crafty handle. Brooks is capable of initiating the offense or operating without the ball, and understands how to find opportunities as a cutter. Brooks defends his position well, fights for rebounds, and is willing to make hustle plays whenever possible. He displayed the ability to do a little bit of everything. Next in his development process is working to become quicker, as it would make him a better penetrating threat. Coach Caldwell on Brooks: “Jeremiah shoots the three-pointer well and possesses great shot mechanics. He’s a capable on-ball defender who plays the game with a high motor on either side of the ball. Showed a positive attitude throughout the day.” Brooks enjoyed a quality showing during his time at camp, and should be a useful piece for Greenwood over the coming years.
#9: 5’11 ’25 Cedric Cisse (Lakewood)
Next, we look at a player who offered a steady, balanced identity on both ends of the floor, Cedric Cisse. He’s a tough, heady, well-rounded guard prospect with a tight handle, useful playmaking instincts, and scoring ability from all three levels. Cisse is a reliable creator with a quick first step, which allows him to penetrate and finish or set up others to score. He’s a great defender who utilizes his high motor and physicality to contain his assignment and force turnovers at a nice rate. Cisse can also operate without the ball and find opportunities as a cutter or spot-up threat. Next in his development process is working to get stronger, as it would make him a better finisher through contact. Coach Caldwell on Cisse: “Cedric is a great on-ball defender with the ability to knock down open shots. Great defender in transition. Displays solid playmaking instincts and shooting mechanics.” Cisse made a strong impact during his time at camp, and should be a prospect to monitor over the coming years.
#24: 6’1 ’24 Jordan Barr (Dreher)
Moving onto a player who made a lasting impression through his ability to reliably run a team, Jordan Barr. He’s a long, wiry, crafty point guard prospect with a solid feel and motor on both ends of the floor. Barr is a great ball-handler and overall creator with vision and the ability to consistently make plays off the bounce. He’s a capable all-around scorer but is arguably at his best when looking to set up others. Barr is willing and able to make the right play with the ball in his hands. He’s a useful defender and rebounder, especially for his size/position. Next in his development process is working to become a more consistent three-point shooter, as it would make him a more complete player. Coach Caldwell on Barr: “Jordan possesses great playmaking ability. Solid in catch-and-shoot situations. Knows how to get to his spots within the flow of the action. Displayed a solid basketball IQ.” Barr enjoyed a quality showing at camp, and should be a main contributor for Dreher over the coming years.
#25: 6’1 ’24 Zamari Copley (Legion Collegiate)
Continuing onto a player who highlighted a variety of intriguing flashes throughout camp, Zamari Copley. He’s a tough, scrappy, high-motor guard prospect with a useful defensive presence and the ability to make hustle plays on either end of the floor. Copley battles for rebounds, runs hard in transition, and is capable of filling in the gaps offensively. He’s a solid shooting threat with quickness and the ability to attack closeouts at a solid rate. Copley does a nice job of containing his assignment at the point of attack. Next in his development process is working to become a better ball-handler, as it would make him a more complete player. Coach Caldwell on Copley: “Zamari plays with a lot of energy on both ends of the floor. He’s solid on defense and rebounds well for his size/position. He displayed a positive attitude and unselfish approach.” Copley made a solid impact during his time at camp, and will be a prospect to monitor over these next two seasons.
#40: 6’3 ’24 Jahlil Hope (Ashley Ridge)
Next, we look at a player who offered a fairly well-rounded identity and collection of skills, Jahlil Hope. He’s a smart, unselfish wing prospect with nice size and a high motor on both ends of the floor. Hope handles the ball well, creates effectively for himself and others off the bounce, and can apply efficient scoring pressure as needed. He’s a useful defender and rebounder with no glaring weaknesses on either end of the floor. Next in his development process is working on the use of his off-hand, as it would make him a better finisher around the basket. Coach Caldwell on Hope: “Jahlil is a solid ball-handler that plays with good energy on either end of the floor. He can knock down the three-pointer and get into midrange pull-ups with consistency. He also displayed a positive attitude.” Hope made a solid impact during his time at camp, and should be poised for a productive upcoming season with Ashley Ridge.
#41: 6’3 ’24 Evan Carter (Cardinal Newman)
Moving onto a player who simply knows how to fill in the gaps on both ends of the floor, Evan Carter. He’s a tough, scrappy, high-motor wing/forward prospect who plays bigger than his size would imply on either side of the ball. Carter possesses a fairly well-rounded skillset and can do a little bit of everything on the floor. He frequently outworks opponents for extra opportunities and shows a willingness to make hustle plays whenever possible. Carter can reliably pass, handle, and score from all levels—though he’s at his best when getting downhill and finishing. He’s a useful defender who shows adaptability on both ends of the floor. Next in his development process is working to become a craftier ball-handler, as it would make him a more complete player. Coach Caldwell on Carter: “Evan is a solid on-ball defender with a solid basketball IQ. He can score the ball in many different ways. Displayed a positive attitude.” Carter did a lot of things well during camp, and should be a major difference-maker at Cardinal Newman going forward.
#56: 6’5 ’24 Cameron Scott (Lexington)
Continuing onto a player who continues to solidify his reputation as a top prospect in the country, Cameron Scott. He’s an incredibly smart, skilled, polished wing prospect with an elite offensive arsenal and the ability to score the ball in a variety of impressive ways. Scott can attack the basket and finish above the rim, through contact, or with craftiness. He’s able to consistently shred defenses with his knockdown perimeter shooting, both off the catch and bounce, and his ability to create for himself and others with relative ease. Scott is an extremely unselfish decision-maker who prioritizes getting others involved and making the right play. He’s great in transition, plays well with or without the ball, and understands how to excel within the flow of an offense. Scott also rebounds the ball at a steady rate and displays instincts defensively. Next in his development process is working to get stronger, as it’ll help prepare him for the increased physicality in the upcoming stage of his journey. Coach Caldwell on Scott: “Cam has a great basketball IQ. He has great lift on his jumper and can shoot the three-pointer from deep consistently. Made great decisions in transition.” Scott continues to turn heads with his play, securing the co-MVP award at camp, and should be poised for another dominant high school season for Lexington.
#57: 6’4 ’25 Shawn Garrett (Legion Collegiate)
Next, we look at a player who possesses an enticing crossroads between productivity and long-term upside, Shawn Garrett. He’s a long, wiry, high-motor forward prospect with an unselfish mentality and willingness to do whatever possible to provide his team with an edge on either end of the floor. Garrett battles on the glass and secures rebounds at a healthy rate, which allows him to run in transition and finish on the break. He displays solid touch around the basket and can knock down the occasional perimeter jumper. Garrett also moves well without the ball and knows how to find seams within the opposing defense. Next in his development process is working to get quicker, as it would make him a more reliable defender along the perimeter. Coach Caldwell on Garrett: “Shawn has a great attitude. He rebounds the ball well and plays with great energy on either end of the floor.” Garrett enjoyed a solid showing at camp, and will be one to watch progress going forward.
#72: 6’6 ’25 Evan Enos (Byrnes)
Moving onto a player who showcased a lot of translatable skills and the ability to produce alongside any collection of teammates, Evan Enos. He’s a long, wiry, skilled forward prospect with a high IQ, excellent motor, and the ability to make an impact with or without the ball in his hands. Enos is a knockdown three-point shooter who knows how to thrive in spot-up situations. He moves extremely well without the ball, picks his spots, and converts with consistency from the perimeter. Enos also handles and passes the ball well for his size/position, and is capable of penetrating against opposing forwards and finishing around the basket. He possesses nice touch around the basket and passes the ball well. Next in his development process is working to get stronger, as it would make him a more physical defender. Coach Caldwell on Enos: “Evan is a great catch-and-shoot player who will knock down open shots. Displays great touch around the rim and possesses a great midrange game. Evan offered a positive attitude.” Enos enjoyed a nice showing at camp, and will be a prospect to monitor over the coming years.
#73: 6’6 ’25 Robert Moore (Porter Gaud)
Finishing up, we look at a player who easily stood out among the top campers on display, Robert Moore. He’s a smart, skilled, all-around wing prospect with size, athleticism, and a polished scoring arsenal from all three levels. Moore possesses the necessary blend of craftiness, vision, and instincts to reliably create for himself and others. He can also effectively work without the ball and find opportunities as a cutter or spot-up threat. Moore is a quality defender and rebounder who can effortlessly push transition play and make correct decisions with the ball in his hands. His blend of IQ, adaptability, and lack of weaknesses allows him to naturally affect all facets of the game. Next in his development process is working on getting stronger, as it’ll continue to boost his recruitment from Division I programs. Coach Caldwell on Moore: “Robert is a really outspoken young man with great character. Great mechanics on his jumper. Plays hard and displays a great basketball IQ.” Moore was notably impressive at camp, securing the Mr. Offense award, and looks poised to dominate for Porter Gaud over the coming years.