NEP Midwest Showcase Class of 2022 Prospect Review

Alpha Chibambe 6’6 G St. Louis MO

Chibambe has a chance to be a special prospect in the 2022 class with his combination of elite physical gifts and his rapidly improving basketball skill set. Chibambe earned MVP honors for the 2022 class and showed vast improvement from when we last evaluated him at the 2017 Midwest Showcase.With continued development Chibambe could see his stock explode over the next couple years.

Tiki Musaka 6’10 F St. Louis MO

Musaka was limited during the event because of a minor health issue but made the most of his time earning camp Defensive MVP honors and flashing his rapidly improving offensive skill set. Musaka combines quick leaping ability and timing to go along with a big time  wingspan on the defensive side of the ball to cause nightmares for opposing teams. Musaka is a top shot blocker in the 2022 national class and is now showing potential as a offensive weapon.

Zach Cleveland 6’5 F Bloomington IL 

Cleveland has good size at 6’6 and a solid skill set to go with it. Cleveland showed the ability to knock down open jumpers and rebounded well during the event.

DJ Star 5’9 G Bloomington IL

Starr was able to capitalize on his opportunities during the event by using his speed to get into the lane and score. Starr also showed promise as a lead guard operating in the half court.

Ben McMullen 6’0 G Poplar Bluff MO

McMullen is a blue collar type guard who can can shoot at a nice rate and also showed potential as a lead distributor.

McKinley Williams 5’10 St. Louis MO

Williams was a late addition to the event but definitely made his presence felt by scoring the ball and distributing to team mates for easy buckets. As he matures over the next few years, Williams will be a prospect to track in Missouiri’s 2022 class.  Note Williams older brother Shaun is a former NEP camp alumni and now a freshman PG at K State.

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