NEP Twin Cities Super 60 Camp 2023s

The NEP Camp Series returned to the Twin Cities to host the Minneapolis Super 60 Underclassmen camp featuring many of the top underclassmen prospects in Minnesota, Wisconsin. A host of talented young prospects from the Twin Cities Metro took the NEP stage, here’s a look at the prospects that participated from the class of 2023.
JJ Ware 2023 6’4 WG Park Center 
Ware showed great potential at Super 60 underclassmen camp and  looked the part of an emerging wing talent in the Midwest. Ware showed flashes of his high major potential playing up against some major competition. Ware display the ability to attack and finish off the dribble in traffic, making contested shots during the camp. Ware has great physical attributes, athleticism,  ball skills and plays with great energy.

 

Taison Chatman 6’2 G Brooklyn Park MN

Chatman may have had the most ofensivly productive day out of any 8th grader at the event. Chatman plays with a confidence and flare that seperate him from his peers at this stage. Over time Chatman has the tools to develop into a bigtime prospect.

Maximus Wilson 6’3 G Brooklyn Park MN

Wilson posseses all the physical tools you look for in an elite guard prospect. Wilson is able to use his strong frame to his advantage and get to his spots on the offensive end. Wilson still has tons of untapped potential but has a chance to be a special player down the road.

Romarrion Howard 5’8 PG Brown Deer WI

Howard is a future star in the making and should have an impact at Brown Deer early in his high school career. Howard can break down defences with his ablility to get to the lane and make things happen for his teammates.

Nasir Whitlock 5’8 PG Brooklyn Park MN

Whitlock had some really impressive moments at the Super 60 Camp especially on the offensive side of the floor. Dont let his size fool you, Whitlock is a very intelligent player who understands when to attck and when to facilitate for others.

Jalen Cain 6’0 G St Louis Park MN

Cain was at his best in attack mode pushing tempo and getting to the rim regularly during the gameplay sessions. Cain is an elite slasher who can put up big numbers in a hurry. One of the better prospects at the event regardless of class.

Tommy Humphries 6’2 WG Brooklyn Park MN

Humphries did a little bit of everything at the Super 60 Camp. First he showed deep range on his shot, then he took over as a facilitator and rebounder. Finally he showed the ability to finish through contact on a regular basis.

Terrel Thomas Jr 6’3 PF Milwaukee WI

Thomas put up big scoring and rebounding numbers during the game sessions using his strong frame and long arms to his advantage. Thomas held his own with the sophomore post players he matched up with and was one of the biggest stock boosters at the camp.

Jaiye Famakinwa 5’2 PG Milwaukee WI

Famakinwa had a tough time finding his shot early on but was able to connect on a couple of deep shots once he got comfortable. Famakinwa showed solid overall pg skills and an understanding of the position.

Ariyon Reuden 6’1 G Minneapolis MN 

Reuden was a late addition to the event but once he took the court he proved to be one of the better prospects at the Super 60.  Reuden displayed an advanced ofensive pakage, scoring from all three levels with ease and creating for teamates in the half court setting.

NEP Twin Cities Super 60 Camp 2022s

The NEP Camp Series returned to the Twin Cities to host the Minneapolis Super 60 Underclassmen camp featuring many of the top underclassmen prospects in Minnesota, Wisconsin. A host of talented young prospects from the Twin Cities Metro took the NEP stage, here’s a look at the prospects that participated from the class of 2022.
Willie Wilson 2022 6’2 CG Minneapolis MN
Wilson showed great potential and production at this year’s Super 60 Underclassmen camp on his way to capturing the 2022 class MVP honors. Wilson was in attack mode on both sides of the ball making plays in the open court. Wilson definitely made his presence known throughout the camp throwing down many highlight dunks, making shots from behind the arc and dropping dimes. Wilson has great upside and is definitely one of the elite talents in Minnesota’s deep, talented 2022 class.
Hassan Karma 2022 6’4 SF Fridley MN
One of the most athletic and versatile prospects at this year’s Super 60 Underclassmen camp, Hassan Karma showed a lot of potential. Karma displayed the ability to impact the game on both sides of the court turning defense to offense with great consistency earning the 2022 class Mr. Hustle Award. Karma has a great combination of athleticism, finishing ability  and defensive prowess. Karma has many of the physical attributes college coaches seek out in division one wing prospects and is one of the premier wing prospects in Minnesota’s gifted freshmen class.
RJ Spencer 2022 6’2 G Blaine MN
A very solid guard prospect who understands how to play and has great basketball instincts and IQ making plays for himself and others throughout the camp. Spencer is another very talented young guard prospect in Minnesota’s loaded 2022 class.
Blessed Barhayiga 6’7 PF Maple Grove MN
Barhayiga showed more upside than maybe any prospect at the NEP Super 60 event partially because he is so raw yet he possesses a very high ceiling. At this stage Barhayiga runs the court well and rebounds effectively on both ends . Skill development will be key but we will have to keep an eye out for him in 2 years or so we may be looking at a bigtime player.
Don Don Ferguson 5’10 PG Maple Grove MN
Ferguson has all the tools coaches like in an elite pg prospect. Ferguson combines excellent court vision and an advanced feel for the game allowing him to set up teammates and see plays develop before they happen. Don Don is one of the top pure PG prospects in Minnesota and one to keep an eye on at Osseo this season .
Nick Oijile 6’1  G Blaine MN
Oijile is a solid wing prospect who can shoot it from deep and create for himself and others in the half court setting .
Brady Tiran 5’9 PG Victoria MN
Tiran is a pass first PG prospect with a nice stroke from 3. Tiran knows how to run an offense and has a solid feel for the PG position.
Chase Carter 6’5  F Brooklyn Park MN
Carter is a developing interior prospect who rebounds and runs the floor well. Still raw offensively, Carter possesses a ton of upside once he becomes more comfortable with his skill set and the game slows down for him.
Ayden McDonald 6’2  G Hibbing MN
McDonald has excellent size at 6’2″ and solid range on his shot. McDonald was impressive in early drills and carried himself in a very workman like manner throughout the event.  Scrappy player who produces on both ends.
Mario Saunders 5’7  PG Minneapolis MN
Nobody could stay in front of Saunders all day as he repeadedly beat defenders down the court for layups. One of the better hesitation dribblers at the event , Saunders seems to always find his way to the bucket even though he stands 5’7″.
Demeko Anderson 5’7 G Minneapolis MN
Anderson was very solid in transition situations pushing the ball through traffic and finding teamates for open shots. Anderson also showed that he is a willing on ball defender.
Edward Michaels 5’8 G St Paul MN
Michaels took advantange of his limited opportunities by running the court and hustling on defense. Michaels had a couple of big finishes at the hoop during the gameplay portion.
Jackson Weir 5’7 G Blaine MN
Weir is a above average ball hadler that can get hot from deep. Great rotation and timing on his shot.
TimAvion Ryan 6’3 F Crystal MN
Ryan was the surprise of the 2022 group at this years Super 60 Camp. Ryan played with a non stop motor forcing his agenda around the lane. Ryan has a great feel for the offensive boards and was able to score on multple putbacks throughout the event.
Payton Thomsen 5’10 G Andover MN
Thomsen is a solid guard prospect who can effectively play both spots. Thomsen is a good ball handler with a solid basketball IQ.
Shawn West 5’10 G Woodbury MN
West was on a mission from the opening tip to prove that he belonged in the conversation of most productive players at this years camp. West was able to score all over the court utilizing his creative ofensive skill set.
Gabriel Jobe 5’7 PG Richfield MN
Jobe was very productive at the Super 60 showing that even though he stands 5’7 . Jobe will find a way to hurt defenses with his IQ and advanced feel for the game. Jobe made the most of his opportunities scoring in transition and around the basket .
Noah Halverson 5’10 G Farmington MN
Halverson showed nice range on his jumper and the ability to make plays from both guard spots throughout the event.

NEP Twin Cities Super 60 Camp 2021s

 

The NEP Camp Series returned to the Twin Cities to host the Minneapolis Super 60 Underclassmen camp featuring many of the top underclassmen prospects in Minnesota, Wisconsin. A host of talented young prospects from the Twin Cities Metro took the NEP stage, here’s a look at the prospects that participated from the class of 2021.
Treyton Thompson 2021 6’10 F Glenwood MN 
One of the top emerging frontcourt talents in the Midwest,  Treyton Thompson showed  why he is considered to be a top prospect in Minnesota’s 2021 class capturing this year’s Camp MVP Award. Thompson brought his “A” game, displaying a very complete frontcourt skill-set looking the part of a four-star caliber prospect. Able to score from anywhere on the court Thompson showed great shooting range behind the arc, ball handling skills in the open court and high caliber post skills. Thompson is definitely a prospect to keep an eye on in the next coming months as coaches begin to recognizing this budding high major talent.
Jaelen Treml 2021 6’5 SG Hopkins MN
Impacting the game at a high level on both sides of the court Jaelen Treml showed as much potential as any prospect in this year’s Super 60 Underclassmen Camp. A prospect who possess high major potential, Treml displayed many of the skills and physical attributes that coaches seek out in Division 1 shooting guard prospects. Treml combines a combination of elite explosiveness around the rim, shooting touch from the perimeter and defensive pedigree taking home Defensive MVP at this year’s camp. Division 1 talent with all the tools to become a bigtime prospect!
Andre Gray 2021 6’2 CG Minnetonka MN
Able to play either guard position at a high level Andre Gray displayed his high caliber guard skill set at this year’s Super 60 Underclassmen camp. The best mid-range pull up game at the camp, Gray offensively has very little limitations able to attack and finish above the rim with either hand. Gray looked great in isolation and  triple threat sitiuations scoring at will from all 3 levels.  Gray has definitely solidified himself as one of the top guard prospects in Minnesota 2021 class with his skill set and athleticism. Gray has Division 1 talent and is definitely a prospect college coaches will be seeking out in the near future.
Drew Adams 2021 6’7 F Woodbury MN
One of the emerging frontcourt prospects in Minnesota’s 2021 class Drew Adams was a major revelation at this year’s Super 60 Underclassmen camp. Showing a very complete and versatile frontcourt skill set Adams was very impressive putting up good production throughout the camp. Adams rebounded at high rate, finished at the rim  and showed he can handle the ball in the open court while being defended. Adams also showed nice touch out to the 3pt line. Adams is a rising player in Minnesota’s 2021 class, a prospect to keep tabs on with his combo forward skill set and defensive versatility.
CJ Brown 2021 6’2 SG Minneapolis MN
Few prospects at this year’s Super 60 Underclassmen camp put up the numbers that CJ Brown did playing with great aggressiveness and confidence throughout the camp. Brown has a great combination of explosiveness in the lane, upper body strength and body control finishing around the rim. Able to score in bunches, Brown is a crafty scoring guard with major potential and his  progress over this high school season is something to keep eye on at Minneapolis North.
Broderick Powell Jr 2021 6’0 PG Robinsdale MN 
Powell put together a very impressive series of games at this year’s Super 60 Underclassmen camp. Powell showed one of the most complete point guard skill sets in the camp making plays on both sides of the ball turning defense to offense. Powell also showed a nice shooting touch from the perimeter, and showcased that Powell has many of the the attributes that college coaches seek out in a PG prospect.

Francis Nwaokorie 6’7 F/C Champlin Park MN

Nwaokorie is a throwback bigman with advanced offensive skills including soft touch out to 17ft. Nwaokorie was one of the best rebounders at the event using his strong body to overpower opponets on both ends. Nwaokorie is definitely one of the better young post prospects in the metro and has a chance to make an impact this high school season.

Mayjay Murphy 6’1 G Coon Rapids MN

Murphy had a non stop motor all day long showing his ability to positively effect the game in many diferent ways. Murphy consistently showed the ability to finish through contact and rebound on both ends of the floor. Murphy has tons of upside and should be one to keep an eye on this high school season.

Davion Turner 5’8 G Milwaukee WI

Turner was one of the most exciting prospects at this years event showcasing his crazy jumping ability and speed in the open court. Turner brought  toughness and savvy to the table all camp.

Cole Tiran 5’11 G Victoria MN

Tiran was very solid in early drills showing nice range on his shot and heated up a few times during the game portion as well. Tiran defered to the other guards at times but made key plays to set up teamates for buckets throughout the camp.

Bradley Cimperman 6’3 Woodbury MN

Cimperman is a nice perimeter prospect with size and nice touch out to the 3pt line. Cimperman displayed a solid basketball IQ and work ethic that helped him impact the game without the ball in his hands.

Trent Finney 6’5 F Minnetonka MN

Finney didnt get many opportunities on the offensive end but did all the little things that help teams win like rebound, defend, box out and talk on both ends. Finney can defend both the 4 and 5 spots effectivly and showwed nice touch around the basket .

David Osayameh 6’4 SF Coon Rapids MN

Osayameh was playing very well until a ankle injury cut his day short. Still the jack of all trades wing put together a very strong performance showing that he can defend multiple positions and rebound at a high level.

Anthony Clay Traczyk 5’7 G Brooklyn Park MN

Clay Tracyk was a nice surprise in the 2021 group taking advantage of his opportunities and making defenders pay all day long. Clay Tracyk was excellent in transition situations pushing tempo and finding teamates for buckets.

Grant Karl 6’2 G Brooklyn Park MN

Karl has nice size for the 2 guard position combined with a sweet stroke from three and a solid basketball IQ. Karl also showed he isnt afraid to do the dirty work impressing coaches with his scrappy style of play.

Luvell Bowman 5’10 G Andover MN

Bowman is a nice combo guard prospect who can get out on the break and score or set up others for easy buckets. Bowman also showed he’s capable of knocking down open shots.

Xavier Garcia 6’3 F Inver Grove Heights MN

Garcia has a nice basketball frame and showed that he can play multiple positions effectively. Garcia finished well on the break and was a solid presence on the defensive end.

Mufasa Aden 5’7 G St Paul MN

Aden took a couple of games to get adjusted but once comfortable he showed nice range on his shot and a solid understanding of the game .

DJ Akpadi 6’2 F Brooklyn Park MN

Akpadi was solid during the game portion of the event and showed a strong knack for hitting the glass and cleaning up garbage buckets around the block.

Jasper Liu 5’11 G Excelsior MN

Heady guard prospect with solid basketball IQ and ball handling skills. Very effective in transition finding teamates for easy buckets.

 

NEP Twin Cities Super 60 Underclassmen Camp Top 10 Performers

By Aaron Edwards 
The NEP Camp Series returned to the Twin Cities to host the Minneapolis Super 60 Underclassmen camp featuring many of the top underclassmen prospects in Minnesota, Wisconsin. A host of talented young prospects from the Twin Cities Metro took the NEP stage, here’s a look at ten
prospects from the camp that had a major impact.
Treyton Thompson 2021 6’9 PF Alexandria 
One of the top emerging frontcourt talents in the Midwest,  Treyton Thompson showed  why he is considered to be a top prospect in Minnesota’s 2021 class capturing this year’s Camp MVP Award. Thompson brought his “A” game, displaying a very complete frontcourt skill-set looking the part of a four-star caliber prospect. Able to score from anywhere on the court Thompson showed great shooting range behind the arc, ball handling skills in the open court and high caliber post skills. Thompson is definitely a prospect to keep an eye on in the next coming months as coaches begin to recognizing this budding high major talent.
Jaelen Treml 2021 6’5 SG Hopkins 
Impacting the game at a high level on both sides of the court Jaelen Treml showed as much potential as any prospect in this year’s Super 60 Underclassmen Camp. A prospect who possess high major potential, Treml displayed many of the skills and physical attributes that coaches seek out in Division 1 shooting guard prospects. Treml combines a combination of elite explosiveness around the rim, shooting touch from the perimeter and defensive pedigree taking home Defensive MVP at this year’s camp. Division 1 talent with all the tools to become a bigtime prospect!
Willie Wilson 2022 6’2 CG Minneapolis North 
Wilson showed great potential and production at this year’s Super 60 Underclassmen camp on his way to capturing the 2022 class MVP honors. Wilson was in attack mode on both sides of the ball making plays in the open court. Wilson definitely made his presence known throughout the camp throwing down many highlight dunks, making shots from behind the arc and dropping dimes. Wilson has great upside and is definitely one of the elite talents in Minnesota’s deep, talented 2022 class.
Andre Gray 2021 6’2 CG Hopkins 
Able to play either guard position at a high level Andre Gray displayed his high caliber guard skill set at this year’s Super 60 Underclassmen camp. The best mid-range pull up game at the camp, Gray offensively has very little limitations able to attack and finish above the rim with either hand. Gray looked great in isolation and  triple threat sitiuations scoring at will from all 3 levels.  Gray has definitely solidified himself as one of the top guard prospects in Minnesota 2021 class with his skill set and athleticism. Gray has Division 1 talent and is definitely a prospect college coaches will be seeking out in the near future.
Hassan Karma 2022 6’4 SF Fridley 
One of the most athletic and versatile prospects at this year’s Super 60 Underclassmen camp, Hassan Karma showed a lot of potential. Karma displayed the ability to impact the game on both sides of the court turning defense to offense with great consistency earning the 2022 class Mr. Hustle Award. Karma has a great combination of athleticism, finishing ability  and defensive prowess. Karma has many of the physical attributes college coaches seek out in division one wing prospects and is one of the premier wing prospects in Minnesota’s gifted freshmen class.
Drew Adams 2021 6’7 F East Ridge 
One of the emerging frontcourt prospects in Minnesota’s 2021 class Drew Adams was a major revelation at this year’s Super 60 Underclassmen camp. Showing a very complete and versatile frontcourt skill set Adams was very impressive putting up good production throughout the camp. Adams rebounded at high rate, finished at the rim  and showed he can handle the ball in the open court while being defended. Adams also showed nice touch out to the 3pt line. Adams is a rising player in Minnesota’s 2021 class, a prospect to keep tabs on with his combo forward skill set and defensive versatility.
CJ Brown 2021 6’3 SG Minneapolis North 
Few prospects at this year’s Super 60 Underclassmen camp put up the numbers that CJ Brown did playing with great aggressiveness and confidence throughout the camp. Brown has a great combination of explosiveness in the lane, upper body strength and body control finishing around the rim. Able to score in bunches, Brown is a crafty scoring guard with major potential and his  progress over this high school season is something to keep eye on at Minneapolis North.
RJ Spencer 2022 6’2 G Blaine 
A very solid guard prospect who understands how to play and has great basketball instincts and IQ making plays for himself and others throughout the camp. Spencer is another very talented young guard prospect in Minnesota’s loaded 2022 class.
JJ Ware 2023 6’4 WG Park Center 
Ware showed great potential at Super 60 underclassmen camp and  looked the part of an emerging wing talent in the Midwest. Ware showed flashes of his high major potential playing up against some major competition. Ware display the ability to attack and finish off the dribble in traffic, making contested shots during the camp. Ware has great physical attributes, athleticism,  ball skills and plays with great energy.
Broderick Powell Jr 2021 6’0 PG Robinsdale Cooper 
Powell put together a very impressive series of games at this year’s Super 60 Underclassmen camp. Powell showed one of the most complete point guard skill sets in the camp making plays on both sides of the ball turning defense to offense. Powell also showed a nice shooting touch from the perimeter, and showcased that Powell has many of the the attributes that college coaches seek out in a PG prospect.

2017 All NEP Camp Series Teams

The 2017 NEP Fall Camp Series featured players from the 2018-2022 classes. Over 280 players from 19 states and 6 countries participated at the NEP Showcases held in  St Louis MO, Lawrence KS and Columbus OH. Below we listed the All NEP Fall Camp Series Teams for 2017.

First Team

Jaemyn Brakefield 6’9 SF Jackson MS
Ty Freeman 6’7 SF Springfield MO
Quinn Slazinski 6’8 SF Houston TX
Jonathan Kuminga 6’8 SF Huntington WV
Mario McKinney 6’3 G St Louis MO

2nd Team

 Jeremiah Francis 2019 6’2 PG, Pickerington OH
Cam Fletcher 2020 6’6 SF St.Louis MO
Jordan Nesbitt 2020 6’5 WG St.Louis MO
EJ Liddell 2019 6’7 F Belleville IL
Jonathan McGriff 2019 5’10 PG, Forestville MD

3rd Team

  Lamel Robinson 2019 6’1 PG, Park Hill MO
 Caleb Love 2020 6’3 SG St.Louis MO
Zach Loveday 2020 7’0 PF, Gallipolis OH
Terrance Hargrove 2019 6’6 SF East St.Louis IL

Mike Saunders Jr 2020 5’11, PG Indianpolis IN

 4th Team

 JT Thor 2021 6’7 SF, Anchorage AK
KT Raimey 2020 6’5 SG Olathe KS
Julian Newman 2020 5’6, PG Orlando FL
Michael Wardy 2018 6’6 SF Lincoln, NE
Dontarius James 6’7 SG Kershaw SC
5th Team
Johnathon Jackson 2020 6’5 SG Lawrence KS
Montorie Foster 2020 6’2, CG Cleveland OH
Jackie Johnson 2021 5’10 PG Wichita KS
Jonathan Dunn 2021 6’7 PF Maryland MO
Saadique Perkins 2018 6’3 G Kansas City MO
  Honorable Mention 
Markell Hood 2020 6’6 SF Overland Park KS
 Trey Quaterbaum 2019 6’2 CG Lawrence KS
 Jeremy Baker 2020 6’2 SG, Kokomo IN
 Zach Carr 2018 6’1 SG Dayton OH
 Courtland Soll 2019 6’2 G Florissant MO

Class of 2020 Midwest Top 60 Player Rankings

 

Class of 2020 Midwest Top 60 Player Rankings

 

1.Jalen Suggs 6’5 G St. Paul MN 

2. N’Faly Dante 6’11 Bel Aire KS

3. Isaiah Jackson 6’8 SF Old Redford Academy MI 

4.Jalen Johnson 6’7 G  Sun Prarrie WI 

5. Adam Miller 6’4 G Chicago IL 

6.Xavier Foster 6’9  OskaIoosa IA  

7. Jalen Terry 6’1 G Flint MI

8. Zach Loveday 7’0 Gallia OH 

9.DJ Steward 6’1 G Oak Park IL 

10. Cam’Ron Fletcher 6’6 SG St Louis MO

11.Ty Berry 6’1 G Newton KS 

12. Davion Bradford 6’9 F St Louis MO

13. Mabor Majak 7’1 C Indianapolis IN 

14. Carlos Johnson 6’6 F Benton Harbor MI

15. Lamonte Daughtery 6’6 SF DuQuoin IL

16. Jamari Sibley 6’9 PF Milwaukee WI

17. Caleb Love 6’4 SG St Louis MO

18. Dominiq Penn 5’11 G Dublin OH

19. Grant Huffman 6’3 G Cleveland OH 

20. Trey Galloway 6’3 SG Indianapolis IN 

21. John Hughley 6’8 PF Cleveland OH 

22. Dawson Garcia 6’10 F Prior Lake MN  

23. Nimari Burnett 5’11 G Chicago IL 

 24.Tyler Beard 6’2 G Chicago IL 

 25.Johnathan Jackson 6’5 G Lawrence KS

26. Mike Saunders Jr 6’1 PG Indianapolis IN 

27. Elliot Sieger 6’1 PG Chicago IL 

28. Devontae Blanton 6’6 F Cleveland OH 

29. Kobe Clark 6’4 G St Louis MO 

30. KT Raimey 6’5 PG Olathe KS 

31.  Garvin Clarke 6’0 PG Euclid OH

32. Alex Antetokounmpo 6’5 Milwaukee WI 

33. Isaiah Rivera 6’5 SG Geneseo IL

34. Ethan Kilgore 6’6 SF East Buchaanan MO

35. Ben Carlson 6’9 F St. Paul MN 

36. Reece Beekman 6’1 G Milwaakee WI

37. Andrew Welage 6’5 SG Greensburg IN

38. Matt Allocco 6’0 G Hilliard OH

39.Dain Dainja 6’8 F Park Center MN

40. Luke Kasubke 6’6 G (St. Louis MO

41. Hunter Jackson 5’11 G Indianapolis IN

42. Andy Barba 6’6 SG Brnedictine OH 

43. Gabe Madsen 6’4 G Rochester MN

44. Tyson Acuff 6’2 Detroit MI 

45. Terry Locket 6’1 PG St Paul MN 

46. Isaac Lindsey 6’2 G Mineral Point WI 

47. Jamani Jones 6’1 G Kentwood MI 

48. Montorie Foster 6’1 CG Cleveland OH 

49. Jordan Niesbitt 6’5 SG St Louis MO

50. Blaise Beauchamp 6’0 G Hopkins MN

51. Wendell Green Jr 5’11 G Detroit Co MI

52.  Zeb Jackson 5’10 G Maumee Valley OH

53. JoJo Fulcher 6’2 G Pickerington OH

54Jaylin Richardson 6’3 G Overland Park  KS 

55.  Lorne Bowman 6’2 PG Orchard Lake MI

56Dylan Branson 6’3 G St Louis MO 

57. John Shanklin 6’7 F Bellevue NE 

58. Zach Lasek 6’8 F Ainsworth IA 

59. Jackson Ames 6’10 Batavia OH 

60.Kerwin Walton 6’1 G Hopkins MN 

Midwest Showcase St Louis Top 24

NEP’s first annual St. Louis Midwest Showcase was loaded with prospects from 9 states. It had some of the most talented players from across the Midwest basketball landscape, and possibly the most talent to play in a St. Louis camp in 2017 outside of Nike Top 100. Here’s a look at this year’s MVP winners and Top 20 standout performers and prospects.

Ty Freeman 2019 6’7 SF Springfield, MO
Ty Freeman took home the 2019 class MVP. Freeman was in highlight mode attacking and finishing above the rim every chance he got taking it to defenders with no hesitation. Freeman played with a great amount of energy making big plays on both sides of the ball often blocking shots and running the court to finish the same play on offense. Freeman shows the ability to score at a high rate on all three levels. Freeman possesses a high-caliber combination of athleticism, ball skills and perimeter shooting.
Jordan Nesbitt 2020 6’5 WG St. Louis, MO
Few prospects in this year’s camp show the potential that wing guard Jordan Nesbitt showed while earning the 2020 class MVP honors. Nesbitt took over during multiple games scoring in bunches and taking defenders off of the dribble while finishing around the rim at a high rate. Nesbitt has all the physical tools and skills to become high major scoring guard recruit.
Johnathan Dunn 2021 6’7 PF Maryland, MO
 
Few young post prospects are able to produce on the level that Jonathan Dunn did during this year’s Midwest Showcase while taking home the 2021 class MVP award. Dunn showed great explosiveness around the rim finishing above the rim regularly. Dunn has many of the tools to make contributions rebounding and defending the paint at a high level. Dunn has great upside and is a prospect to keep a eye on in the future.
Rob Martin Jr. 2022 5’8 PG St. Louis, MO
Rob Martin Jr. played at high level throughout the camp taking home the 2022 class MVP honors. Martin has great playmaking ability, is able to create off of the dribble and is a skilled shooter from the perimeter. Martin’s basketball IQ is beyond his years Martin uses isolation dribble moves  to get by defenders with ease and finishes at a very high rate.
EJ Liddell 2019 6’7 F Belleville, IL
EJ Liddell had the best inside /outside scoring skill set of any player at the camp. Liddell made contributions all over the court showing a high basketball IQ and playing a winning brand of basketball. Liddell’s performance showed why he is considered one of the top frontcourt prospects in the country.
Cam Fletcher 2020 6’6 WG St. Louis, MO
 
By far the biggest surprise of the camp was the high-level play of Vashon wing Cam Fletcher who was a dominant force. Fletcher showed great potential and production creating off of the dribble to get his midrange shot off or get to the rim. Fletcher has the skill, frame and upside of a Top 75 National Player and should continue to gain more national attention as his game developes.Fletcher already holds HM offers and that list will continue to grow over the next year.
Mario McKinney 2019 6’2 G St. Louis, MO
 
Mario McKinney displayed his high caliber skill set scoring at will from all 3 levels and settong up teamates for highlight plays on the break.McKinney is a high-major recruit holding several offers and showed why he is considered one of the top combo guards in the country.
Caleb Love 2020 6’3 SG St. Louis,MO
Love possesses a prototype scoring guard skill-set with his ability to attack the rim off the dribble to create for himself and others. Love plays both sides of the ball at a high level and played with great aggressiveness putting up major numbers throughout the camp. Love does everything well including knocking down open jumpers and makes winning plays.
Tiki Samuna 2022 6’10 C St. Louis, MO
Few post prospects showed the potential that Tiki Samuna did during the Midwest showcase. Standing 6’10 ,Samuna led the camp in block shots showing great defensive instincts and agility for a young post prospect.Samuna alsoshowed that he takes pride in not letting others score against him. Samuna has great length, size, good motor and has all the physical tools to develop into a high major frontcourt recruit.
Courtland Soll 2019 6’2 G Florissan, MO
Soll was one of the most complete and skilled prospects at the combo guard position at the St. Louis Showcase. Soll was aggressive on both sides of the ball making plays. Soll does a good job of producing winning plays that make his team better.
Terrance Hargrove 2019 6’6 SF East St. Louis, IL
Terrance Hargrove was a high flyer playing above the rim often. Hargrove showed possibly more upside than any other prospect at the vent and has the chance to blow up on the national scene with his combination of  elite athletism. IQ and shooting ability.During the event, Hargrove was excellent at spaced the floor and running to the open spots in transition leading to hughlight dunks.
George Madison 2019 6’4 SG Evansville, IN
George Madison was very productive on both ends durring the event. Madison plays with great aggressiveness on both sides of the ball while, creating opportunities with his defense and finishing at a high rate offensively. Madison also showed major bounce finishing well above the rim.
Luke Kasubke 2020 6’5 SG St. Louis, MO

Kasubke was one the most consistent and skilled guard prospects during the camp.  Kasubke made the extra pass and played to win. Kasubke showed a high basketball IQ with his game play game at the camp, knocking down shots from the perimeter with ease.

Josh Wallace 2019 6’6 F Florissant, MO
Josh Wallace had a major impact on both sides of the ball scoring as well as defending with great efficiency showing great communication skills. Wallace has a high caliber frontcourt skill set and many of the tools coaches look for.
Luther Taylor 2019 6’4 WG Florissant, MO
One of the top 2019 wing prospects in this year’s Midwest Showcase was scoring guard Luther Taylor. Taylor played at a high level getting to the rim and finishing often. Taylor has good athletism, body control while attacking the rim and basketball IQ.
Will Shumpert 2019 6’5  SF St.Louis, MO
Will Shumpert showed solid perimeter touch, good dexterity and good athleticism. Shumpert showed he can put the ball on the floor and create his own offense from all 3 levels.
Sean Pierre Kennedy 2020 6’6 PF St. Louis, MO
Sean Pierre Kennedy showed solid post touch, good basketball IQ and solid athleticism. Kennedy was one of the top post deffenders in attendence and always makes the plays you need to win games. Kennedy has a good overall frontcourt skill set and should continue to develop into solid prospect.
Seth Beussink 2019 6’9 PF/C Jackson, MO
Seth Beussink  had a solid overall impact, he knew his role and played it well and put up good production. Beussink has the size and shooting touch that colleges coaches seek out in frontcourt recruits.
Dominique Hardimon 2019 6’3 WF Poplar Bluff, MO
 Hardimon was very active on both ends of the floor provinding defense and energy. Hardimon is built like a linebacker and was able to use his strong frame to get to his spots on offense.
Jessy Lunga 2022 6’8 F St. Louis, MO
 Lunga is a young prospect with major upside. Standing around 6’8 with a nice frame and nice touch out to 15ft. Lunga has all the tools to develop into a D1 caliber player over the next few years.
Chanze Caruso 2019 6’0 PG St. Louis MO
 Caruso was one of the top point guards at the event usuing his advanced basketball IQ and smooth style of play to create easy buckets for teamates throughout the day. Caruso is very good at balancing when to score and when to disribute from the lead gyard spot.
Donyae McCaskill 2019 6’2 G St. Louis,MO
McCaskill is tough scoring guard who produced multiple highlight reel dunks during the event. McCaskill was excellent in transition showcasing his speed and athleticism.
Mario Flemming 2021 6’1 G St Louis
Flemming looked the part of the top guard prospect in the 2021 group. Flemming was able to put up big scoring numbers, showing he can score with ease from all 3 levels.
Keyyaun Batchman 2019 6’2 Florissant MO
Batchman had an extremely productive camp using his strong frame to finish at the rim and also showed hes a very effective 3pt shooter and facilitator.

NEP Ohio Fall Showcase Top 20 Prospects

NEP Hoops first Ohio Fall Showcase was loaded with prospects from 14 states. The NEP Ohio Showcase had more talent in the building than any other Fall camp. Here’s a look at the top 20 standout prospects from  this year’s Ohio Fall Showcase

Jaemyn Brakefield 2020 6’9 SF, Jackson, MS
Brakefield showed more high level potential than any prospect at the Ohio Fall Showcase displaying his combination of  athleticism, elite skill set, and high basketball IQ. Few prospects in the 2020 class nationally have the combination of skills that Brakefield possesses with his size and agility. Brakefield has all the physical attributes that college/pro coaches seek out in high major combo forwards. What is most exciting about Brakefield is that he hasn’t even scratched the surface of his full potential. Brakefield has the chance to become the number one overall prospect in the 2020 class nationally.
Quinn Slazinski 2019 6’8 F, Houston, TX
One of the  most complete overall prospect at this year’s Ohio Fall Showcase was forward Quinn Slazinski. Slazinski possesses a high-caliber point forward skill set and elite basketball IQ. Slazinski showed a combination of playmaking, perimeter shooting and defensive versatility. Slazinski played at high level throughout the camp earning the 2019 MVP honors.
Jonathan Kuminga 2021 6’8 SF,  New York, NY
The most dominant scoring wing during the camp was forward Johnathan Kuminga. Kuminga scored from all three levels and dominated the boards from the wing position. One of the top rated prospects at the camp , Kuminga played at high level earning the 2021 class MVP award.  Kuminga made highlight dunks look effortless finishing around the above the rim at a high rate. Kuminga is one of the elite prospects in 2021 class nationally and should become a house hold name among scouts in the near future.
Jeremiah Francis 2019 6’3 PG, Pickerington, OH
Jeremiah Francis was one of the top guard prospects in this year’s Ohio Fall Showcase. Francis is the top 2019 guard prospect in Ohio and he looked the part. Francis played at a high level getting to the rim and finishing in transition and turning defense into offense. Francis has great upper body strength, body control and basketball IQ.
Johnathan McGriff 2019 5’10 PG, Forestville, MD
Johnathan McGriff played a higher level on both ends of the floor than any other guard at the Ohio Fall Showcase.  McGriff made countless plays for others in the open court as well as half court. McGriff was unstoppable most of the event proving why he is considered one of the top play makers and ball handlers in the class .
Julian Newman 2020 5’6 PG, Orlando, FL
One of the top scoring PG prospects during the camp was Orlando native YouTube sensation Julian Newman. Newman put defenders on skates often and was not afraid to attack the bigs around the rim in traffic. Newman scorred 32 pts in his second game of the day, proving to be the game high for any player at the event.   Newman posseses a rare combination of ball skills, scoring intangibles and confidence that allow him to get buckets at a high rate.
Zach Carr 2018 6’1 SG, Dayton, OH
No prospect was as hot from deep as 2018 MVP shooting guard, Zach Carr. Carr performed at a high level finishing as one of the leading scores of the camp. Carr made over a dozen shots from deep and could not miss on the catch and shoot, shooting a high percentage from behind the arc. A prospect who was not greatly anticipated had one of the best performances of the camp.
 Zach Loveday 2020 6’11 PF, Gallipolis, OH
The most skilled shooter from the perimeter at the four position at the camp was Zack Loveday. Loveday has a very high demand skill set with his ability to stretch the court with his great shooting touch from the perimeter. Loveday showed ability to compete at a high level against players his size, or caliber and was one of the top prospects in the camp.
 Mike Saunders Jr 2020 6’0 PG, Indianpolis, IN
Mike Saunders has the full package able to create off the dribble for himself and others get to the rim with effectiveness as well as finish around the rim in traffic amongst the bigs. Saunders has great combination of body control around the rim, ball skills, quickness and playmaking ability.
Montorie Foster 2020 6’2 CG, Cleveland, OH 
Montorie Foster was one of the biggest surprises of this year’s Ohio Fall Showcase. Foster was all over the court making plays on both sides of the ball often turning defense to offense, attacking in transition and making the most of every play. Foster possesses a high-caliber combination of athleticism, ball skills and finishing ability. A prospect who played with a certain degree of fearlessness was unstoppable during the game portion, regularly getting to the rim at will.
Marcus Watson Jr 2020 6’1 PG, Chicago, IL
Marcus Watson is one of the top young point guard prospects from Chicago and showcased his elite passing skill set at the Ohio Fall Showcase. Watson possesses a pure point guard skill-set his ability to make plays for others with great effectiveness and efficiency. Watson played under control making the smart plays while attacking the defense in transition.
Gabriel Wuor 6’11 PF 2020, Las Vegas, NV 
Wuor defended the rim and rebounded at a high-level often rejecting opponent shots guards and other post players. Wuor also showed the ability to play above the rim on the offensive end,finishing above the rim in transition. Wuor has many of the attributes coaches seek out in division one post prospects.
JT Thor 2021 6’8 F, Anchorage, AK
JT Thor was a prospect that showed unlimited potential at the Ohio Fall Showcase. Thor has a elite combination of agility, dexterity, ball skills and size. He is able to impact the game at a high level without the ball in his hands. Thor’s strength’s were running the court and rebounding  on both ends. One of the most versatile prospects in the building, Thor has all the physical attributes to develop into a high-caliber D1 foward  prospect.
Jackson Ames 2020 6’10 PF/C, Batavia, OH
Jackson Ames had a major impact on both sides of the ball scoring as well as defending with great efficiency. Ames is a skilled pure post blessed with size and a solid frame. Ames showed solid production with a double, double in two of his three games.
Dan Gross 2018 6’3 SG, Charlotte, NC
Dan Gross was the most explosive guard prospect at the Ohio Fall Showcase with his elite jumping ability. Gross dunked on unsuspecting defenders on multiple occations and had over 20 dunks during the event. Gross possesses a good combination of athleticism, energy and basketball IQ.
Jeremy Baker 2020 6’2 SG, Kokomo, IN
Jeremy Baker played with great aggressiveness. Baker stayed in attack mode attacking the defense whenever he got a chance often finishing in traffic amongst the bigs with contact. Baker has a strong upper body and knows how to use it to finish in traffic. Baker was one of the top performers in the camp and one of the best finishers in the building.
Josh Corbin 2019 6’3 SG, Blacklick, OH
Josh Corbin was one of the most skilled wing guard prospects in the camp. Corbin showed a very complete skill set with his ability to attack off of the dribble, finish around the rim in traffic and knock down jumpers from outside. Corbin was deadly off the catch and shoot and should recieve more HM attention in the near future.
Dontarius James 2018 6’7 SF, Kershaw, SC
Dontarius James was one of the most complete forward prospects during the camp . James made it all look easy scoring all over the court and dominating the boards from the wing position.
Jaidon Lipscomb  2019 6’1 CG, Pickerington, OH
Jaidon Lipscomb is a scorer with elite shooting range. Lipscomb was one of the best shooters at camp making many shots from 23ft or better. Lipscomb was able to get a shot off the dribble as well as spacing the floor in transition for open looks.
Connor Macaig 2020 6’2 SG, Pickerington, OH
Macaig is a jack of all trades guard who can shoot, facilitate and defend at a high rate. Macaig has a good combination of quick release shooting range from the perimeter and good ball skills. Macaig knows how to play and displayed leadership and an advanced  basketball IQ.

3rd Annual KC Fall Ball Top 20

Third annual Northern Exposure Prep Kansas City Fall Ball Invitational Top 20 Stand Out Performers.

By Aaron Edwards 

 This year’s group of talented prospects showed the great depth of high caliber players in the greater Kansas City area. This group put on a show playing at high level and playing real basketball rarely seen in camps settings competing on both sides of the ball playing hard til the end of the camp. Here is a look at the top 20 performers at this years Fall Ball Invitational.
Lamel Robinson 2019 6’1 PG Kansas City, MO  
This year’s co most valuable player was awarded to Park Hill junior point guard Lamel Robinson who’s game was in full effect with his excellent game play during this year’s camp. Robinson scored from deep and in the paint. Robinson has continued to develop into a high caliber point guard prospect, and has been to all three Kansas City Fall Balls.
KT Raimey 2020 6’5 SG Olathe, KS 
This year’s co most valuable players was awarded to KT Raimey who put on a show with his great athleticism and skills. Raimey’s ability to create off of the dribble breaking down defenders was on full display putting defenders in the mix and leaving them in the dust. Raimey showed his ability to score on all three levels making shots from behind the arc, pulling up from mid-range, attacking the rim and finishing around the rim at a high rate.
Jonathan Jackson 2020 6’4 SG  Lawrence, KS
One of the most complete guard prospects during this year’s camp Johnathan Jackson showed a high-level wing guard skill set. Jackson played a winning brand of basketball making plays for others, taking the open looks and showing high-level basketball IQ. He has a great deal of potential with an elite combination of skill, size and athleticism.
Markell Hood 2020 6’6 SF Overland Park, KS   
One of the most impressive prospects during this year’s camp Markell Hood was on a mission putting up big time numbers. Hood showed the full package scoring from all over the court and was unstoppable at some points during the camp taking over games from behind the arc. Hood played with great aggressiveness. This was an absolute breakout performance for him.
Chucky Hepburn 2021 6’1 PG Bellevue , NE
One of the most skilled point guard prospects in this year’s camp was Chucky Hepburn. Hepburn played with great assertiveness making the right basketball play while still consistently attacking at all times. His game included everything; scoring, pushing the ball up court, taking rebounds and going end to end.
Jackie Johnson 2021 5’10 PG Wichita, KS
Jackie Johnson was one of the most aggressive guard prospects in the camp, who attacked the basket with little to no hesitation. He had a great quickness and knows how to use it. Whether he was taking defenders off of the dribble, pushing the break or finishing around the rim in traffic consistently. Jackie Johnson is a stud and possesses great potential.
Lonell Lane 2021 6’1 G Kansas City, MO
Arguably the biggest surprise of this year’s camp was the play of athletic combo guard Lonell Lane. Lane is a stud who has a great combination of athleticism, ball skills, play making and finishing ability around the rim. Lane used defenders regularly getting to the rim and finishing in traffic often with contact. Lane is underrated at this point and could soon be one of the top guard prospects in his class.
John Shanklin 2020 6’8 PF/C Bellevue, NE
The most skilled post prospect during this year’s camp was John Shanklin. Shanklin was a force in the paint throughout the camp defending the rim at a high rate rejecting shots regularly and controlling the boards. Shanklin showed the potential and production expected from a young defensive post stud. Shanklin possesses all the physical attributes to develop into a division one post prospect.
Trey Quaterbaum 6’2 CG Lawrence, KS 
One of the most complete guard prospects at the year’s camp was Trey Quaterbaum. Quarterbaum played a team game often giving up a good shot for a teammate to get the great shot. Quaterbaun has great ball skills, good shooting touch from the perimeter and makes his team better with his high basketball IQ.
Jaxson Pillich 2020 6’2 SG Wichita, KS
One of the most athletic guard prospects at this year’s camp was scoring guard Jaxson Pillich. Pillich was a force on both sides of the court turning defense to offense often. Few prospects played with the amount of energy that Pillich played with. Pillich made some amazing plays snatching rebounds and taking it end to end as well as putting a few major jams down in the process.
Braojon Barnes 2019 6’4 WG Kansas City, KS
A prospect who showed flashes of elite game play during this years camp was wing Braojon Barnes. Barnes has a great combination of size, skill and athletic ability at the wing position. Barnes was able to attack in transition and finishing in traffic with consistency.
Zack LaFave 2020 6’3 SF Elkhorn, NE
One of the most impressive prospects during this year’s camp was Zack LaFave who was all over the court. No other prospect played with the energy and hustle that LaFave did getting back on defense, crashing the glass on both sides of the court and making others players earn every bucket they got on or around him.
Courtland Soll 2019 6’2 G Florissant, MO
One of the most productive prospects during the camp Courtland Soll put up great numbers. Soll was consistently finding ways to score,  and was one of the leading scorers on his team. Soll ran the court well and finished around the rim at a high rate making things look easy.
Cameron Binder 2021 5’10 PG Table Rock, NE 
Cameron Binder did a little bit of everything. Binder knew what he was doing out there. He played smart ball throughout the camp took advantage of his opportunities with a very assertive style of play taking and making the open shots.
Deon’ta Tinker 2019 6’0 CG Wichita, KS 
No other guard prospect played above the rim as often as combo guard Deon’ta Tinker who attacked the rim every chance he got. Tinker was a force on the drive, running the court often beating the defense down court for easy buckets. Tinker has many of the physical attributes coaches seek out in a athletic scoring guard.
Zarian Navy 2020 6’2 SG Kansas City, MO
Zarain Navy played with great energy and competed on both sides of the ball. Navy has good athleticism and finishing ability around the rim. A great competitor, he played to win and made others pay for their mistakes on both sides of the ball.
Kahayden Hooks 2020 5’11 PG Lee’s Summit ,MO
Kahatden Hooks was one of the most aggressive guard prospects in the camp. Hooks attacking the basket with little to no hesitation. Hooks has good quickness and knows how to use it taking defenders off of the dribble, pushing the break and finishing around the rim in traffic consistently.
Tai Johnson 2020 6’2 G Wichita, KS
Johnson showed flashes of greatness with his game play during this years Fall Ball invitational. Johnson has a good combination of athleticism, ball skills and basketball IQ. Johnson was as good as most players on this list.
Cougar Dowling 2020 5’10 PG Atchingson, KS
One of the most skilled scoring lead guard was Cougar Dowling. Cougar played both sides of the ball with aggressiveness often turning defense to offense. Dowling has good ball skills, can take defenders off of the dribble and finishing ability around the rim.
Levi Braun 2019 6’3 SG Topeka, KS  
One of the most powerful prospects during this year’s camp was Levi Braun making plays all over the place. Braun played with the energy and hustle getting back on defense, crashing the glass on both sides of the court and making plays for others players and made his team better. Braun showed he can knock down shots from all over the court and proved to be one of the best catch and shoot prospects at the event.

Class of 2020 All Midwest Spring/Summer Teams

1st Team

Jalen Suggs 6’4 G (St. Paul MN) Grassroots Sizzle

Ty Berry 6’1 G (Newton KS) KC Run GMC

Mabor Majak 7’1 C (Indianapolis IN) Indi Elite

Jalen Johnson 6’7 G ( Sun Prarrie WI) Playground Warriors

 Adam Miller 6’2 G (Peoria IL) Mac Irvin Fire

2nd Team

DJ Steward 6’1 G (Oak Park IL) Meansteets

Xavier Foster 6’9 ( OskaIoosa IA ) Pure Prep 

Carlos Johnson 6’6 F (Benton Harbor MI) The Family

N’Faly Dante 6’11 (Bel Aire KS) MOKAN

 Nimari Burnett 6’3 G (Chicago IL) Mac Irvin Fire 

3rd Team 

 Hunter Jackson 5’11 G (Indianapolis IN) G3 Grind

Grant Huffman 6’3 G (Cleveland OH ) OBC

Davion Bradford 6’10 F/C (St. Louis MO) Bradley Beal Elite

John Hughley 6’8 F (Cleveland OH) All Ohio Red

Johnathan Jackson 6’4 G (Lawrence KS) MOKAN

4th Team 

Luke Kasubke 6’6 G (St. Louis MO) Bradley Beal Elite

Jalen Terry 6’1 G (Flint MI) The Family

Devontae Blanton 6’6 F (Cleveland OH) All Ohio Red

 Tyler Beard 6’2 G (Chicago IL) Meanstreets 

Dominiq Penn 5’11 G (Dublin OH) All Ohio Red

Honorable Mention

Rashad McDaniels 5’11 G (St. Louis MO) MOKAN, Ethan Kilgore 6’6 SF (East Buchaanan MO) KC Run GMC, Matt Allocco 6’0 G (Hilliard OH) All Ohio Red, KT Raimey 6’3 G ( Olathe KS) KC Run GMC, Blaise Beauchamp 6’0 G (Hopkins MN) Howard Pulley, Ben Carlson 6’9 F (St. Paul MN) D1 MN, Isaac Lindsey 6’2 G (Mineral Point WI) WI Shooters, Dain Dainja 6’8 F (Park Center MN) D1 MN, Trey Galloway 6’2 G (Culver IN) George Hill Rising Stars, Caleb Love 6’3 G ( St. Louis MO) Bradley Beal Elite, JoJo Fulcher 6’1 G (Pickerington OH) All Ohio Red, Wendell Green Jr 5’11 G (Detroit Co MI) MI Playmakers, Jamari Sibley 6’9 F  (Milwakee WI) Playground Warriors , Brandon Weston 6’4 G (Delafield WI) PSA Cardinals, Michael Suanders Jr 5’11 G (Indianapolis IN) G3 Grind