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.