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.

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