Omaha Super 60 Top 2020/2021 Prospects

2020 KT Raimey 6’3 Olathe KS

Raimey was the most impressive prospect at the Omaha Super 70 while playing up with the older group , dominating on both ends from start to finish. Raimey toyed with defenders making it look easy on offense finishing in double figures each game while shooting a very high percentage. Raimey proved he is an elite prospect who should continue to see his name pop up in national top 150 conversation this summer .

2020 Ty Hahn 6’3 Johnson NE

Hahn also played up with the older group and looked very comfortable doing so. Hahn is a athletic guard who posseses a high basketball IQ and sweet jumper. He looked comfortable playing both guard spots and has the potetial be be a lockdown defender. Hahn consistantly competed and showed why he is considered one of the top 2020s in NE.

2020 Latrell Wrightsell 5’10 Omaha NE

Wrightsell put on a shooting exibition in his first two games knocking down multiple deep 3s from out to 30ft. Wrightsell also played up with the older group and looked great in the halfcourt breaking down defenders and getting to the rim with ease.

2020 Khayden Hooks 5’10 Lees Summit MO

Hooks played up with the older group and sowed why he is considered one of the top young guards in the KC area scoring from long range and consistantly making the correct basketball play. Hooks is a tuff competitor who plays a winning brand of basketball.

2020 Jay Suanders 5’10 Omaha NE

Suanders had a really good day playing up with the older guys and proving he is deffinatly one of the top 2020s in Omaha with his versitile offense skills and smooth demeaner . Suanders can knock down the deep ball and also get to the rim at will.

2020 Xavier Watts 6’0 Omaha NE

Watts was one of the best athletes at this years Omaha Super 70. A jack of all trades, Multi sport  player who can guard multiple possitions and rebounds very well for a perimiter player .

2020 Markell Hood 6’5 Overland Park KS

Hood started off the day slow adjusting to playing with the older group but came on strong towards the end of camp putting up big scoring numbers in his last 2 games. Hood showed he can knock down jumpers from 17-22ft and finish at the rim consitantly.

2020 Payton Johnson 6’6 Omaha NE

Johnson was one of the most consistant players at the event showcasing great fundamentals for a young forward and great touch out to 17ft. Johnson has the potential to develop into one of the top fowards in NE down the road .

2020 Jamison Helmers 5’10 Milford IA

Helmers had an outstanding day on the offensive end finishing as a top 10 scorer in the younger group. Helmers also looked good as a facilitator especially in transition where he did most of his damage during the event.

2020 Tre Knudsen 5’9 Gretna NE

Tre was one of the most entertaining players at the Super 70 and dont let his size fool you , this kid has bigtime offensive skills and tons of confidence . Knudsen also proved to be one of the better ball handelers in the younger group consitantly finding teamates in the right spot.

2020 Nate Sullivan 6’0 Bellevue NE

Sullivan is a smooth combo guard who can really shoot it from 17 to 22ft. He never played out of control and seemed to make his teamates better while on the floor .

2020 Tyrece Griggs 5’10 Omaha NE

Griggs proved to be one of the better athletes in the younger group  consistantly beating opponets down the floor for easy buckets. Griggs also rebounded extremely well for a guard and showed some defensive potential.

John Shanklin 6’6 Bellevue NE

Shanklin was one of the big surprizes at the Omaha Super 70. He has only played basketball for a couple years and if improving at a rapid rate. Shanklin has a bigtime frame and looks like he could still grow and inch or 2. Still a very raw prospect at this stage , Shanklin is ozzing with potential andshould develop into a nice prospect .

2020 Zach LaFave 6’3 Elkhorn NE

LaFave was one of the top competitors at the event constantly running on both ends , rebounding at a high rate and knocking down jumpers. His motor and offensive set are  impressive for a young SF prospect.

2020 Trey Hepburn 5’10 Bellevue NE

Hepburn is a tuff combo guard who can get buckets from all over the court . Hepburn was hot from deep connecting on multiple 3s from 22ft. Trey also showed the ability to create for teamates of the dribble and in transition.

2020 Davy Hosea 5’10 Apple Valley MN

Hosea proved to be one of the top floor generals in the younger group setting upo teamates in the half court for easy buckets and also knocking down deep 3s. Hosea played with a ton of savvy and showed great poise for a young PG.

2020 Trevor Lampkin 5’11 Omaha NE

2022 Tamin Lipsey 6’1 Ames IA

Lipsey (AKA mr Hustle) lived up to his knick name showcasing one of the best motors at camp. Lipsey was great in trasition both as a facilitator and finisher . Only an 8th grader , Lipsey plays a very mature brand of ball with his IQ and work ethic .

2021 Kaden Glynn 6’1 Johnson NE

2020 Carter Glynn 5’10 Johnson NE

2022 Jasen Green 6’3 Omaha NE

2021 Chucky Hepburn 5’10 Bellevue NE

Omaha Super 70 Top 2019 Prospects

Omaha Super 70 Top 2018 Prospects

 

Minnesota 2018 Watch List

By: Aaron Edwards
Minnesota continues to produce high caliber prep basketball prospects at all positions, this class is primed to set a new bar for the talent pool in Minnesota after the 2017 class had 18 division 1 offed players. Led by one of the top point guard prospects in the class nationally Apple Valley’s Tre Jones and a host of D1 prospects, Cretin Derham Hall Minnesota Gopher commit Daniel Oturu, high flyer Orono forward Jarvis Thomas Omersa and Lakeville South wing Shae Mitchell.
Tre Jones 6’2 PG Apple Valley, Howard Pulley
Apple Valley’s point guard Tre Jones is the top prospect in Minnesota 2018 class without question and one of the elite lead guard prospects in the class nationally. Over the last year Jones has been nothing short of five star caliber play with his debut in the EYBL leading Pulley to a 11-0 start, 14-2 record and a Peach Jam bid as the starting point using play making as well as elite defense. During the high school season Jones took his game to a new level as well as his scoring averaging  23ppg, even more impressive is the impact he had on his team over the course of the season. Apple Valley first loss was to Champlin Park early in the season, second loss was to Maple Grove late in the season, Jones would lead Apple Valley to victories over both during the state tournament to win it all while having the least amount of talent of any 4A team in the state tournament. Jones is a 99% lock going to Duke and his pedigree is undeniable, Tyus 2.0 bigger, a elite defender, faster, stronger than his older brother NBA Timber Wolves point guard Tyus Jones was going into is final spring campaign. If anyone questions if Tre Jones is the real deal look out for him this summer on Howard Pulley in the EYBL.
Jarvis Thomas Omersa 6’9 PF Orono, Howard Pulley 
The name of game is athleticism and few prospects in the class nationally can play above the rim like high flyer Jarvis Thomas Omersa AKA (JTO).  Thomas-Omersa is on his way to the national radar with the opportunity to breakout on the EYBL where athleticism reigns supreme with Howard Pulley. Already holding multiple high major conference offers Thomas-Omersa is primed for more offers this spring after a very productive high school season averaging a 16ppg and 10rpg. One of the youngest players in the class Thomas-Omersa will not turn 17 until well after the AAU season is over, showing he has plenty of upside and possibly unlimited potential.
Both Gach 6’6 G Austin, D1 Minnesota 
Few prospects have the size, skill set and athleticism at the guard position that Austin combo guard Both Gach possesses. One of the most impressive junior performers during this high school season Gach was elite level defender, averaged 18+ppg and led his team to the state championship title game. Over the last year Gach has put together an elite skill set of ball handling, finishing ability above the rim and play making, playing the point guard during the high school season. Already having good size at 6’4, great athleticism, perimeter shooting and ability to take defenders off the dribble last spring Gach has elevated to 6’6 with a much higher pedigree skill set putting it all together. Gach has a high major potential and will be a be one of the premier guards from Minnesota playing on the Adidas Up Rising circuit with D1 Minnesota.
Race Thomson 6’8 PF Armstrong, D1 Minnesota 
The most skilled scorer at the forward position in the class Race Thompson can get buckets with anyone in high school basketball. Thompson was one of the most productive prospects in the state this season averaging 20ppg and 9rpg  displaying a high level inside outside game. One of the most dynamic offense forward skill sets in the class nationally Thompson can score anywhere on the court with his combination of perimeter shooting and strength scoring in the post. Thompson will be counted on to provide front court firepower for D1 Minnesota this summer and already holding multiple high major offers he should continue to demand attention from high major programs.
Javonni Bickham 6’6 F Minnehaha Academy, Grassroots Team Sizzle
One of the most skilled, versatile and complete prospects in the class Javonni Bickham has all the tools. Coming after a state championship run during this high school season averaging 15ppg and 9rpg Bickham is primed for a breakout summer campaign. Bickham has ability to impact the game in all phase at a high level with his ball skills, play making, basketball IQ and defensive versatility. Already having multiple mid major offers coming into the spring season healthy is ready to display his full skill set, demanding more interest on the Under Amour Circuit with Team Sizzle.
Daniel Oturu 6’10 PF/C Cretin Derham Hall, Howard Pulley
Daniel Oturu is the top forward post prospect in the class ,a class that is loaded with front court talent because of his ability to impact the game on a high level inside on both sides of the ball. What makes Oturu so special is that he continues to develop at rapid pace and is the most improved player in the class over the course of the last two season. Oturu was a dominate force throughout this high schools season putting up 19ppg and 16rpg. Oturu does not just put up numbers his impact makes his team better, during this past high season Oturu led Cretin to unexpected section championship and state tournament bid. The Gopher commit is one of the premier post defenders in the class nationally as shown last summer at the Nike 100 Camp, Oturu will play a major role for Howard Pulley inside this spring.
Adam Trapp 7’2 C Esko, Playground Elite
Adam Trapp is the top pure post prospect in the class and one of the elite center prospects in the Midwest. Tapp has elite size, is an elite level post defender and rim protector. Trapp had one of the greatest impact on his team this season leading Esko to a 23-3 record, averaging 17ppg and run to the section finals. Trapp will be playing major minutes for Play Ground Elite this spring in the EYBL. Trapp holds multiple high major conference offers, look for him to add to this list over this summer.
Shae Mitchell 6’6 SF Lakeville South, D1 Minnesota
The most athletic wing in the class and one of the premiere athletes in the class nationally Shae Mitchell has great athletic potential. After a healthy and productive high school campaign averaging 16ppg, Mitchell should be able to open up the major recruiting doors this spring. A prospect who has yet to reach the production of some of the other high caliber prospects, makes up for it with high major potential. Mitchell possess all the physical attributes needed to become a contributor at a high major program. Already having great interest from many high major programs and a offer from Drexel, Mitchell should become a major target over the summer.
Gabe Kalscheur 6’4 SG De La Salle, Howard Pulley
Gabe Kalscheur is the premier shooting guard prospect in the class and is as skilled a shooter as any prospect in the class. Kalscheur played a major role for 6 time consecutive state champion Minneapolis De La Salle averaging 18ppg  Kalscheur has a almost complete scoring guard skill set with his combination of perimeter shooting range, ability to space the floor and move without the ball to get open, along with his high basketball IQ and pedigree. Coming into the spring with multiple division one offers, his third consecutive state championship and a returning season in the EYBL Kalscheur is primed to be high major target this summer.
Goodnews Kpegeol 6’5 SG North St. Paul, Howard Pulley 
One of the most complete prospects in the class Goodnews Kpegeol possess a high caliber skill set on both sides of the ball. One of the leading scores in the state averaging 21ppg this year Kpegeol can attack of the dribble and finish with the best of them. Thriving at turning defense to offense Goodnews is one of the premier perimeter defenders in the class. Goodnews rebounds and can make plays at high rate as well for a scoring guard. Goodnews finished last spring playing on the EYBL showing great potential, now with a full EYBL season ahead and live periods, Goodnews stock should rise to a all time with growing interest already from many division one programs.
Joseph Hedstrom 6’10 C/PF Hopkins, Comets 
Joseph Hedstrom one of the top post prospects in the class is a skilled post with great tools. Hedstrom ability to have a great impact inside on both sides of the ball with his shot blocking, finishing at a high rate and rebounding gives him value. Playing major minutes this season for Hopkins Hedstrom showed great potential and good production. Hedstrom has all the physical attributes needed to be a post contributor on a high level in a high major conference. Coming into this spring healthy with a full varsity season under his belt, already holding multiple regional division one offers, look for Hedstrom to demand some major recruiting attention playing for the Comets.
 Beijan Newbern 6’2 PG Cooper, Select 
One of the most skilled point guard prospects in the class Beijan Newbern has a high caliber combination of skill, size and athleticism at the point guard position. Newbern was one of the most productive point guard prospects in the state this season averaging 20ppg showing ability to score and facilitate at a high level.  Injured early in the spring last year Newbern is primed to make the most of this summer with Select. At this point Newbern might be the most under rated prospect in the class and should become a priority for regional division one programs across the Midwest. If Newbern plays his game in front of the right coaches no telling what level of program or conference he could end up in.
Micheal Schaefer 6’6 SF St.Cloud Power House Hoops
One of the top scorers and best shooters in the state Michael Schaefer is one the most offensively complete prospects in the class. One of the most productive prospects during this season Michael Schaefer put up big-time numbers averaging 21ppg, 11rpg, leading St.Cloud Cathedral to a 22-4 record and I run to a state tournament third place finish. Schaefer can score on all three levels, shoots a high percentage from the field and can drive and attack of the dribble. Schaefer has major game and should be able to land some division one offers this summer playing with Power House Hoops.
Christian Kelly 6’4 SG Columbia Heights 43 Hoops 
One of the most versatile and complete wing  guard prospects in the class Christian Kelly does many things at a high level and impacts the game in all phases.  Kelly played a major role this High School season for Columbia Heights helping them reach the state tournament semi-finals. Kelly possesses great versatility on both sides of the ball his ability to score on all three levels, make plays, rebound  and defend multiple positions. Kelly should gain some mid major  interest this spring while playing with 43 hoops.
Damani Hayes 6’4 SG Mankato East Grassroots Team Sizzle 
One of the most complete shooting guard prospects in the class Damani Hayes has a high level scoring guard skill set. Hayes has a great combination of size, ball skills, athleticism and perimeter shooting range. Hayes was one of the most productive prospects in the class during this high school season averaging 20ppg. One of the most improved prospects in the class over the last 2 years Hayes has the ball handling to be the primary ball handler, high level three point shooting touch, the strength and athleticism of a wing. Look for Hayes to make some major recruiting noise demanding more interest on the Under Amour Circuit with Team Sizzle.
Jarius Cook 6’3 SG Park Center, Power House Hoops

One of the top shooting guard prospects in the class Jarius Cook has one of the highest caliber shooting guard skill sets in the class. Cook has great movement without the ball, deep shooting range behind the ark and great athleticism. One of the more productive prospects in the class this season Cook averaged 15ppg and help lead Park Center to a 20-6 record. One of the most improved guards in the class over the last yaer look for Cook to have a major recruiting breakout this summer playing with Power House Hoops.

 Matt Todd 6’1 PG Monticello, Comets 

Matt Todd is one of top scoring point guards in the class and one of the leading scorers in the state. One of most skilled shooters in the class Matt Todd was one of the most productive prospects in the state averaging 26ppg this season. Todd has elite ball handling, shooting off of the dribble and perimeter shooting range. A prospect who is primed to have a breakout summer campaign Too will be playing a major role for the Comets this summer.

Calvin Wishart 6’1 PG Delano, D1 Minnesota 
Few point guard’s in the class can turn it on like Delano point guard Calvin Wishart with his ability to take over games at times with scoring.  Wishart was one of the leading scorers in the state during this past 2 season averaging 27ppg game this season. Wishart has a very high caliber scoring point guard skill set, able to attack off of the dribble to create opportunities for himself and others. Wishart coming into this spring already with interest from many division one programs look for his recruitment to reach to a new level this summer.
Sy Chatman 6’8 F Cretin Derham Hall, Howard Pulley
One of the most skilled and versatile front court prospects in the class Sy Chatman has a high caliber front court skill set. Not many prospects grow 3 inches in eighteen months but Chatman hit a growth spurt and is only 16 years old during this spring. Chatman played a major role for Cretin Derham Hall making contributions in all the phase of the game that don’t show up in the score sheet but gets win. Chatman is the best front court zone defender in the class able to make plays in the passing lanes, anticipate plays on defense with size and athleticism to make plays on the ball on the perimeter as well in the paint. Chatman has great offensive versatility with his perimeter mid-rage shooting, ability to finish above the rim and make plays for others. Chatman has great potential and has a opportunity to make some major recruiting headway this  spring play for Howard Pulley on the EYBL.
Deundre Roberson 5’11 PG Columbia Heights, 43 Hoops  
The most explosive athlete at the point guard position Deundre Roberson is one of the top scoring point guards in the class. One of the most productive point guard prospects in the class this season Roberson averaged 18ppg and help lead Columbia Heights to the state tournament semi-finals. Roberson has an elite first step, explosiveness around the rim and can finish in traffic. A prospect who makes wow plays Roberson is sure to gain some major recruiting interest this spring playing with 43 Hoops.

NEP Camp Series 2016 All Midwest Camp Teams

The 2016 NEP Midwest Camp Series hosted in Minneapolis, MN and Kansas City, MO featured over 240 prospects from 11 states. Top prospects from the 2020-2017 classes were selected by scouts and coaches to compete at our competition based events against some of the best players from the midwest region. Below we listed the top performers from the 2016 Camp Season.

 

 

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2020 (POY) Luke Kasubke 6’5 SG St. Louis MO

Kasubke is one of the top young wing prospects in the 2020 class. Kasubke can score effectively from all three levels and has a very advanced basketball IQ for a freshmen. Luke has great size for the wing at 6’5 and a sweet shooting touch that will translate as he developes over the next few years.

Honorable Mention:

Dylan Branson 6’2 G St. Louis MO , Ly’Cye Patterson 5’10 PG Brooklyn Center MN  , SteFan Black II 6’0 PG  MO  , Rashad McDaniels 5’10 PG St. Louis MO  , Drake Dobbs 6’0 G Eden Prarrie MN , Jaden Mitzel 5’11 WG Bismarck ND  , Shawn Warrior 6’3 G Wichita KS , Easton Darling 5’10 G Winterset IA , KT Raimey 6’3 G Olathe KS  , David Ijadimbola 6’2 WF Brooklyn Park MN , Jaylin Richardson 6’1 G Kansas City MO  , 2021 Jackie Johnson 5’8 PG  III Wichita KS 

 

 

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2019 (POY) Zach Harvey 6’5 G Topeka KS 

Harvey once again stood out as the top 2019 prospect in attendance on his way to earning MVP honors for the second straight year. Harvey flashed his polished offensive package scoring from all three levels and finishing above the rim with regularity. Harvey looked very comfortable playing both guard spots sliding over to the PG at times Sunday using his size to attack smaller guards, finishing with crafty moves around the hoop. Harvey has only begun to scratch the surface on how good he can be. Harvey already holds offers from Kansas, Creighton, K State and Iowa State.

Honorable Mention:

Courtney Brown Jr 6’6 SF East Ridge MN , Mario McKinney 6’1 G  St. Louis MO , Roman Wilson 6’9 F  Kansas City MO , David Roddy 6’5 F Breck MN , Lamel Robinson 6’0 PG  Kansas City MO , Japannah Kellogg 6’5 F  Aimes IA , Ty Freeman 6’5 SF  Springfield MO , Bennet Otto 6’4 G  Champlin Park MN , Isiaih Mosley 6’6 SF  Columbia MO , Trey Quartlebaum 6’0 PG Lawrence KS , Lawrence Brazil 6’1 G  III IL  , Joshua Earley 6’6 F Overland Park KS  , Peter Anderson 6’1 G  Apple Valley MN 

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2018 (POY) Jarvis Thomas 6’7 F Maple Plain MN

This years Minneapolis 2018 class Co-MVP as well as camp MVP, Jarvis Thomas Omersa put on a show. Thomas was the most outstanding prospect throughout this year’s Twin Cities Tune Up camp, leading team Arizona to a 3-0. Thomas produced at a high level averaging a camper 24.6 points per game and a Camp high of 35 points. Thomas displayed the kind of athleticism and versatility that division 1 coaches seek out in high-caliber frontcourt prospects with his ability to play above the on both side of the court, make plays for others, as well as defend multiple positions at a high level. Thomas is one of the top prospects in Minnesota and currently holds HM offers from Oregon state, Arizona State, Marquette and Iowa State.

Honorable Mention

Daniel Oturu  6’10 F Woodbury MN , Bol Bol 7’1 F Orange County CA  , Shun Williams 6’4 G St. Louis MO , Shae Mitchell 6’7 WG Lakeville MN , Kemnan Fitzmoris 7’0 PF Overland Park KS , Tyreese Davis 6’7 G Life Prep KS ,Uhana Ochan 6’6 F Mankato MN , Calvin Wishart 6’1 PG Delano MN , Both Gach 6’4 G  Austin MN , Remy Lemovou 6’8 F Wichita KS , RJ Lawrence 5’11 G Raytown  MO  , Saadique Perkins 6’3 G  Kansas City KS  , Damani Hayes 6’4 WG Mankato MN , Michael Schaefer 6’6 WG St. Cloud MN , Dillon Barrow 6’1 G Sioux Falls SD 

 

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2017 (POY) Jamichal Morgan 6’4 G Overland Park KS 

Jamichael Morgan was flat out exciting to watch. He showed open court athleticism and game play entertainment value. Morgan was one of the most dynamic an explosive wing prospects in the camp. Morgan was a high flyer who played with great energy and capitalized on finishing in transition at a high rateearning 2017 MVP honors at the Kansas City event.

Honorable Mention: 

Myles Hanson 6’6 G Chaska MN  , Jacob Gilyard 5’10 PG Kansas City MO, Angelo Allegri 6’6 WF St. Thomas Aquinas KS  , Curtis Lewis 5’11 PG Pembroke MO , Demarco Smith 6’2 PG Kansas City Sean Sutherlind 6’2 G Iriondale MN , Houston Johnson 6’6 SF Springfield MO, Lamarr Wood 6’7 F Chicago IL , Jaylen Perkins 5’10 PG Omaha NE, Isiaih Sears 6’7 (Post Grad) Life Prep KS , Mike Hood 6’1 G Shawnee Mission KS, Sam Timmons 6’6 F Lamar MO 

** 2016 Camp MVPs 2019 Zach Harvey Topeka KS (KC) &  2018 Jarvis Thomas Orono MN (MPLS)

** 2015 Camp MVPs  2017 Gary Trent Jr Burnsville MN(MPLS) & 2018 Bol Bol Overland Park KS (KC)

Top 2020 Midwest Prospect List

Top 2020 Midwest Prospect List

 

Jalen Suggs 6’3 PG  St. Paul MN Minnehaha Academy MN

Shon Robinson 6’8 PF Chicago IL Morgan Park

Grant Huffmann 6’3 SG St. Edwards OH

Nimari Burnett 6’1 PG Chicago IL

Carlos Johnson 6’6 SF Benton Harbor MI

Terry Lockett 6’1 PG Minnehaha Academy MN 

Xavier Foster 6’9 F Oskaloosa IA

Luke Kasubuke 6’5 SG St. Louis MO 

Davion Bradford 6’10 F St. Louis MO

Jalen Johnson 6’3 PG Sun Prairie WI

John Hugley 6’9 PF Clevland OH

Jamari Sibley 6’8 PF Milwaukee WI

Zach Lovedag 6’10 C Atkins OH

Hunter Jackson 6’0 PG Indianapolis IN

Rashad McDaniels 5’10 PG St. Louis MO

Katrell Raimey 6’3 SG Olathe KS

Dylan Branson 6’2 G St. Louis MO 

Tyler Beard 6’1 PG Chicago IL 

Mabor Mayen 6’11 C Indianapolis IN

Dain Dainja 6’8 F Brooklyn Center MN 

 

 

KC Fall Ball Top 2017 Prospects

Jacob Gilyard 5’11 PG Kansas City, MO

The richmond commit had his way with the opposing guards at this years Fall Ball event.Gilyard displayed great point guard skills creating for others as well as himself at a high level. Gilyard possesses elite playmaking ability, creativity with his ball-handling and great shooting range beyond the ark .

Demarco Smith 6’2 PG Kansas City, MO

The UMKC commit spent most of the day setting up teamates and hounding opposing guards on the deffensive end. Smith possesses a prototype scoring guard skill-set with his ability to attack the rim off the dribble to create for himself and others .

Darien Jackson 6’3 G Overland Park, KS

Jackson is one of the best slashers in the country and on Sunday he did just that using his quick first step to blow by defenders and get to the rim with ease. Jackson played with great aggressiveness on both sides of the ball making plays all over the floor. Jackson also looked good pushing tempo and setting up teamates for easy buckets on fast breaks . Jackon holds multiple D1 offers.

Steven Dulley 6’3 G Kansas City, MO

Dulley is wired to score and did just that at Fall Ball connecting on multiple jumpers both off the dribble and catch. Dulley does a great job of using his strong body to get to his spots on offense and bully openents on the deffensive side . Dulley is a D1 caliber guard who is physically ready for the next level.

Curtis Lewis 5’11 PG Pembroke Hill, MO

One of the most impressive lead guard prospects in this year’s Fall Ball Invitational was Curtis Lewis. Whether it was pulling up from deep or in traffic, or off the dribble drive to the open space Lewis was able to create space to get open looks from the perimeter. Lewis shows good athleticism and great upper body strength. Lewis is a solid overall point guard prospect and definitely worthy of some recruiting attention.

Isaiah Sears 6’7 F Lee’s Summit, MO

One of the prospects that brought their A-game to this year’s FBI was wing forward Isaiah Sears. Sears played a winning brand of basketball making contributions in all phases of the game and on both sides of court. Sears showed great production, and was a dominant force throughout the camp.

Jamichael Morgan 6’4 SG Overland Park, KS

Jamichael Morgan was exciting to watch. He showed open court athleticism and game play entertainment value. Morgan was one of the most dynamic an explosive wing prospects in the camp. Morgan was a high flyer who played with great energy and capitalized on finishing in transition at a high rate.

Sam Timmons 6’6 F Lamar , MO 

No flashy plays, just great consistency and production while playing at a high level. Timmons has great overall front-court skill set and finishes around the rim at a high rate by rebounding and getting up and down the court well.

Angelo Allegri 6’6 SF Kansas City, MO

One of the top wing forward prospects throughout the camp Angelo Allegri put in work. Allegri possesses a great combination of ball skills, perimeter shooting touch, explosiveness around the rim and athleticism. Allegri is a stud as many of the skills and attributes that coaches seek out in division one wing prospects.

Kaleb Haeffner 6’7 SF Danville, IA

Usually in a camp setting players do not stand out for their defensive efforts but that’s exactly what Kaleb Haeffner did at the Fall Ball Invitational. He showed great versatility on both sides of the ball and was able to guard multiple positions at a high level. He displayed solid touch from the perimeter and the ability to finish around the rim.

Mike Hood 6’1 G Shawnee Mission, KS

Hood had the most consistent mid-range game at the camp, knocking down shots from the perimeter with ease. Hood put up some good numbers and definitely was one of the top guard prospects at the camp.

Deontei Johnson 6’2 G Sprinfield, MO

Johnson was as one of the most productive 2 way players at camp. Johnson played with great aggressiveness on both sides of the ball while creating opportunities with his defense and finishing at a high rate and in traffic offensively.

Houston Johnson  6’6 SF Springfield , MO

One of the most consistent and productive front court prospects was Houston Johnson. Johnson showed solid perimeter touch, good dexterity and solid athleticism. Johnson has a solid overall front court skill set and should be a priority recruitment for high D2 and low D1 programs.

Evan White 6’2 G St. Louis , MO

White impressed with his ability to blend into the offensive flow producing from both guard spots. White looked good rebounding from the guard position and was able to get to the basket and finish at the rim effectively.

KC Fall Ball Top 2020 Prospects

 

Luke Kasubke 6’5 SF St. Louis, MO

Kasubke was one of the most fundamentally sound players we have seen in the 2020 Mid West class. He flashed his smooth inside out game connecting on jumpers and finishing above the rim. Luke possesses a high basketball IQ and great understanding of how to play multiple positions. Kasubke is a rising prospect in the Mid West 2020 class.

Rashad McDaniels 5’9 2020 St. Louis, MO

McDaniels is more of a scoring point guard than a true shooting guard but his ability to score while playing off the ball was excellent during the Fall Ball event. McDaniels was able to get to the bucket at will, all day no matter whom he faced . He also possesses a confidence and swagger that will help him succeed in the future.

KT Raimey 6’3 2020 Olathe, KS

Raimey was one of the top prospects in the 2020 group coming into the Fall Ball event and he didn’t disapoint! Raimey is a very smooth and polished for a freshmen and was able to use his nice frame and elite skill set to get whatever he wanted offensively. Raimey has a chance to be a special prospect if he continues to develop his game and over time should gain more national attention.

Jackie Johnson 2021 Kansas

Johnson was able to show that he more than belonged at the Fall Ball event. Johnson played up with the 2020/2019 group and was one of the most impressive performers earning Top 20 honors. Johnson can score at will in transition and most guards in attendance were not able to keep in front of him. One of the top 8th graders in KS, Johnson has a very bright future.

Dylan Branson 2020 St. Louis, MO

Branson has a very mature approach and an advanced IQ for a young PG prospect. Branson is a pass first floor general who can also create his own offense using his size and IQ to get to his spots on the offensive end. Dylan also looked very sound on defensive and was one of the top rebounding guards at the event. Branson is a triple-double type guy with his versatility from the lead guard position.

Maxwell Polk 2020 Omaha, NE

One of the top young prospects in Nebraska Polk showcased his impressive offensive package at the KC event along with ability to make his team mates better. Polk has able to display his scoring ability in transition and also looked nice creating for team mates in the half court. Polk has the chance to become a special player down the road and should be one of the more productive freshmen in Nebraska this HS season.

Shawn Warrior 6’3 SF Wichata  KS

Warrior lived up to his last name with his performance at Fall Ball earning Top 20 status in the process. Warrior plays with reckless abandon on both ends, displaying energy and non-stop effort thought the day. Warrior has upside and a chance to become a very solid prospect.

Jaylin Richardson 6’1 G Kansas City, MO

Richardson is one of the top players in the Kansas City metro 2020 class and he lived up to that billing at the Fall Ball event. Richardson is an explosive scoring guard who is unstoppable in his pursuit to the rim. Richardson uses his strong frame and bounce to overpower opposing guards at this stage. Richardson is as competitive as any prospect we’ve seen in the 2020 class and is primed to breakout on the regional and national level.

Tayven Glasgow 6’2 G Lee’s Summit, MO

Glasgow is a jack of all trades type guard who is willing to do whatever it takes to win. Glasgow is able to play all three guard spots effectively and has great vision and the ability to make teammates better. Glasgow can also step out and knock down 3s off the dribble or catch and shoot. Tayven has the chance to become a special defender with his versatility and competiveness .

Daniel Jackson 6’0 G Kansas City, MO

Jackson took advantage pf his opportunities on Sunday blending in nice with a guard heavy team and scoring in transition and playing high level defense.

King Waller 5’4 PG St. Louis, MO

Waller is a tuff PG who can score in a hurry in transition. Waller has a very nice handle and strong frame that allow him to get to his spots and also create for team mates.  Waller is one of the top freshman PG prospects from the St. Louis area.

JJ Schwepker 6’4 SF Saint Peters, MO

JJ is a catch and shoot small forward with nice size at 6’4 and range out to 25 plus feet. Schwepker also looked solid rebounding from the wing and displayed versatility playing both forward spots throughout the day.

Keshawn Mason 6’6 F (2021) Shawnee, KS

Mason has a very bright future in front of him and showed why he is considered one of the top 8th graders in Kansas. Mason is 6ft6 with a near 7ft wingspan and a nice frame to go along with a rapidly developing skill set. He showed the ability the run the floor and finish above the rim along with good rebounding instincts.

Stefan Black II 6’0 PG Kansas City, MO 

At times Black looked like the top guard in the 2020 group during the Fall Ball event. Black is a scoring machine from all 3 levels and looked equally impressive distributing to team mates. Black plays with confidence and savvy most elite PG prospects possess.

Cole Miller 6’5 F St. Louis ,MO

Miller was very impressive flashing his inside out versatility and solid defensive effort during the event. Miller has nice size at around 6ft6 and could still be growing.

Sean Pierre 6’6 F St. Louis, MO

Sean Pierre is a rugged utility forward who rebounds at an exceptional level for a young post. He has a great frame with strong shoulders and a long wingspan that allow him to excel on the defensive end as a rim protector.

Zach Lasek 6’8 F Ainsworth , IA

Lasek has the chance to become a special player down the road with continued hard work and improvement. He has great size, runs the court with ease and is able to step out and knock down jumpers. Lasek is a hard worker on both ends and when he becomes more comfortable with his body his game will take off.

Easton Darling 6’1 G Winterset, IA

Darling is a shooter and on Sunday the Iowa native connected on four 3s in one contest and proved he was a very capable facilitator setting up team mates for easy buckets.

Markell Hood 6’4 F Lee Summit MO

Hood used his strong frame to bully his way to buckets around the rim and cause problems on the defensive end. Hood consistently outworked the opposing players leading to success on both ends.

Latrell Wrightsell 6’0 PG Omaha NE

Wrightsell had a very nice showing on both ends of the court during the Fall Ball Event. Wrightsell did a nice job of blending in with other top 2020 guards and taking advantage of his opportunities on offense. Wrightsell was one of the top rebounding perimeter players in the young group and looked great scoring in transition.

 

KC Fall Ball Top 2019 Prospects

Zach Harvey 6’4 2019 Topeka, KS

Harvey once again stood out as the top 2019 prospect in attendance on his way to earning MVP honors for the second straight year. Harvey flashed his polished offensive package scoring from all three levels and finishing above the rim with regularity. Harvey looked very comfortable playing both guard spots sliding over to the PG at times Sunday using his size to attack smaller guards, finishing with crafty moves around the hoop. Harvey has only begun to scratch the surface on how good he can be. Harvey already holds offers from Kansas, Creighton, K State and Iowa State.

Mario McKinney 6’0 PG St. Louis, MO

McKinney was the most impressive true PG prospect in the loaded 2019 group at Fall Ball. He was able to get to the rim with ease and was excellent rebounding from the guard position. Defensively McKinney was the top performer at camp displaying his elite lateral quickness and athletic ability throughout the day. McKinney has a very bright future and it won’t be long until multiple High Major programs take notice.

Roman Wilson 6’10 F Kansas City, MO

The 6ft10 Wilson had his coming out party at the 2016 Fall Ball event. Wilson consistently showcased his rapidly improving skill set by knocking down multiple deep 3s and finishing well above the rim for highlight reel dunks. Wilson has excellent dexterity along with elite athleticism and a mean streak that is rare for a young prospect with his size. Wilson is a sure fire high major prospect at the next level and should receive more national attention heading into his sophomore season.

Lamel Robinson 2019 Kansas City, MO

Robinson is coming off a recent K- State offer and two impressive summer and fall seasons. Robinson showed why he is considered one of the top scoring PG’s in the 2019 class during a few occasions Sunday by scoring in bunches. When Robinson is 100 percent engaged there isn’t a player on the floor who can stop him. Robinson should receive more national attention heading into his sophomore year.

Lawrence Brazil 6’0 G Belville, IL 

Brazil was one of the most impressive young combo guards at this year’s event. Brazil was equally effective scoring the ball and setting up team mates on the break. He excels in transition with his speed and court vision. Brazil also showed the ability to step out and knock down multiple jumpers throughout camp. Brazil is a prospect on the rise in Illinois 2019 class.

Japannah Kellogg 6’5 F Ames, IA

Kellogg was very consistent during camp showcasing his improving perimeter skills and his rugged rebounding and patented blue collar work around the rim. Kellogg is very skilled out to 17 ft on the offensive side of the ball and an above average rebounder. Defensively he displayed good footwork while guarding multiple positions. Kellogg is one of the more versatile players in Iowa’s 2019 class.

Amorey Womack 6’2 St. Louis, MO

Womack is a power guard who can play both guard who can get to the rack at will. He uses his strong frame to his advantage and looked good knocking down open jumpers and pushing tempo on offense. Womack did an excellent job of blending in the backcourt with other elite guards and was able to take advantage of his opportunities on Sunday.

Jamonta Black 6’4 Columbia, MO

Black is a versatile wing who can score from all over the court and defend multiple positions. Black uses his strong frame and athleticism on defense to cause problems for opponents. Black had an excellent summer playing for the MO hustle 16s & 17s and should carry that momentum into the HS season.

Trey Quartlebuam 6’0 PG Lawrence, KS

Quartlebuam was one of the top performers during the morning sessions showcasing his knack for scoring in transition and a sweet pull up game from 17 to 22ft. Trey looked good distributing , especially in transition where he was able to get ahead of the defense and set up team mates for easy layups.

Josh Earley 6’6 F Kansas City, KS

Earley is coming off a nice spring /summer with the KC Run GMC 15s who were the #1 ranked team in the country . Earley has jumped into the national scene while playing with other high profile players and now seems primed to make a big leap going into his sophomore year. Earley is an excellent rebounder who runs the court and finishes above the rim. He had one of the top highlight dunks of the event while posterizing a defender in the process. Look for Earley to continue his rise in the 2019 class.

Fred Jenkins 6’2 G Wichata, KS

Jenkins flat out gets buckets. He was able to score all over the floor with a junk yard dog approach. Jenkins rebounded well for a guard and uses his football mentality and toughness to oppose his will on defense.

Isiaih Mosley 6’6 F Columbia, MO 

Mosely’s day was cut short due to injury but before he showed his ever improving skill set and crafty moves and intangibles the lefty is well known for. Mosley has great size and is adding muscle to his frame heading into his sophomore season. Mosley was one of the top 2 way players in attendance and the other players seem to really feed off his energy.  Mosley is a winner and showed great leadership on a loaded team during that dominated during the camp.

Dominique Hardimon 6’3 SF Poplar Bluff, MO

Hardimon was one of the biggest surprises of the camp. Playing up with the older group Hardimon was able to use his strong frame to get to the rim regularly on Sunday. Hardimon finished with averages of 14ppg and 5rbs for the camp and had the top field goal percentage of any player in attendance.

Tyem Freeman 6’5 F Springfield, MO

Freeman is oozing with untapped potential and could become one of the top rising wing prospects in the Mid West this season. Freeman used his athleticism to his advantage posting multiple blocks and a few highlight dunks during the event. Still a raw prospect, Freeman has great size and athletic ability you can’t teach and should become a priority for D1 coaches.

Dre Sorrells 5’11 PG Kansas City, MO

Sorrells was once again very consistent at this year’s event knocking down 3s and leading the offense from the PG position. Dre is coming off a very strong summer with the MOKAN 15s and should continue that momentum into the varsity season.

 

Desi Williams 2019 Kansas City, MO

Williams is every bit the part of a floor general and showcased his ability to run and create offense effectively during the Fall Ball event. Williams is a pass first PG with a nice handle and IQ.

 

 

KC Fall Ball Top 2018 Prospects

 

Bol Bol 6’11 F Overland Park, KS

Bol once again lived up to his top 5 national ranking, showcasing one of the most unique skill sets in all of High School basketball. Bol looked like a 2g more than a 7ft post running the break and pushing the ball in transition. Bol had multiple highlight reel dunks and also connected on multiple deep 3s. Bol should push for the #1 in the updated national 2018 rankings .

Saadique Perkins 6’3 2018 Kansas City, MO

Perkins was on fire during the morning game session connecting from 15 out to 23 on consecutive jumpers. Perkins also looked good pushing tempo and scoring in transition. Perkins has been flying under the radar on the region level but it wont be long before Perkins recieves his first offer followed by many more.

Shaun Williams 6’4 G St. Louis, MO

Williams was the most versitle guard prospect at this year’s Fall Ball event. Williams displayed great size, athleticism and vision while playing 4 different positions effectivly. Williams is great at the pitch ahead pass , routinely finding teamates on the break for easy buckets. With continued improvement Willliams has a chance to make a big leap on the national sceene.

RJ Lawrence 5’11 G Kansas City, MO

Lawrence showed the ability to play both guard spots equally effective during the Fall Ball event. Lawrence is a very good shooter who can score in bunches from all over the court. Look for Lawrence to become a recruiting priority for D1 and D2 programs.

 

Alex Smith 6’3 G Columbia, MO

Smith is a smooth guard who can score from all three levels effectively and also facilitate at a high level. Smith has nice size for a shooting guard and should see his recruiting interest take off with a strong jr year.

Van Dave Jacob 5’8 PG Lawrence, KS 

Jacob was one of the biggest surprises at this year’s Fall Ball event. Jacob was able to get to the bucket and finish with crafty moves and great ball handling. Jacob has solid shooting form and great touch on his floaters. Jacob was one of the most entertaining players at this year’s event.

Keenan Fitzmorris 7’0 F Lenexa, KS

Fitzmorrmis was one of the breakout performers at the Kansas City Event. Fitzmorris has always had great size at 7ft with a 7ft5 wingspan, now he seems to have taken the next step in his development. Fitzmorris connected on multiple jumpers ranging from 15 to 22ft and looked great running the floor and finishing in traffic. Fitzmorris has bigtime upside and could push for a spot in the class of 2018  national top 50.

Lemovov Remy 6’9 PF Wichata, KS 

Remy was somewhat of an unknown heading into the Fall Ball event. The 6ft9 power foward was one of the most impressive rebounders at the event and also showed the ability to finish around the rim. Remy is still very raw at this stage but has the chance to blossom into a D1 caliber recruit in time.

Tyreese Davis 6’7 G Wichita, KS 

Davis is a big body wing that comes from a great family pedigree of hoopers. Davis is a stat stuffer who can play all three guard spots effectivly . Davis showed an improved jumper and his elite vision and IQ on his way to earning MVP honors of the 2018 group.

Parker Braun 6’8 F Overland Park, KS 

Braun is a prospect who may become the biggest suprise of camp 5 years down the road. Braun was a guard last year and has now grown to 6ft8 and retained his skill set. Once Bruan gets accumated with his new body his game will really take off.

Jamison Jackson 6’5 F Ottawa KS 

Jackson was one of the top energy guys in attendence showcasing the ability to effectively run the court and rebound on both ends at a high level. With added strength Jackson could take his game to the next level.

Kenny Stewart 6’2 G Topeka, KS 

Stewart is a savvy lead guard who can also create his own offense. Stewart has good size at 6’2 and nice length that he uses effectively to get buckets against smaller guards.

Larry White 6’3 SF Topeka, KS 

White is a versatile player who can guard multiple positions and play the 2-4 effectivelly on offense. White could become an elite defender in time capitalizing on his strong frame and athleticism.