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.

NEP Midwest Showcase Class of 2021 Prospect Review

Jonathan Dunn 6’6 F St. Louis MO

Dunn took home Co MVP Honors for the second straight year and had the motor going at full speed from the opening tip. Dunn is an athletic, high level utility forward who finishes above the rim and through contact. Dunn also rates as an very good rebounder and can knock down shots out to the 3pt stripe. Look for Dunn to have a breakout year this HS season and gain attention from high major college coaches.

Jordan Nesbitt 6’7 G St. Louis MO

Nesbitt made a strong case for mvp and like Dunn, also won the award last year before reclassifying to the 2021 class this past summer. Nesbitt is showing a rapidly improving skill set along with more bounce, finishing plays well above the rim and knocking down deep 3s throughout the day. Nesbitt looks the part of a Top 50 national prospect in the 2021 class.

Jonathan Izemef 6’9 F St Louis MO

Izemef has all the physical tools coaches look for in a high major forward prospect. Izemef is long with a nice touch around the basket and also finished above the rim and through contact at a high rate. Izemef could see his stock explode over the next year with continued improvement.

Cole Ferrell 6’3 G Florissant MO

Ferrell is a solid guard prospect who can score from all three levels with ease and finish above the rim on the break. Ferrell has nice size for the position and grades well as a multi positional defender.

Hasani Spann 6’0 G St. Louis MO

Spann can really shoot the ball and showed that consistently during camp in drills and the game sessions earning Top 20 honors . Spann also has a knack for making the correct pass and how to move effectively without the ball and doing the little things that help teams win.

Phillip March 5’10 G St. Louis MO 

March had a strong showing at camp especially on the offensive end where he scores effectively from all three levels. March also looked good as a facilitator on the break setting up team mates for easy buckets.

Isaiah Williams 6’2 G St. Louis MO

Williams was really impressive especially in the first two rounds of gameplay shooting the ball at an alarming rate and finishing above the rim on the break. Williams looks like a very solid long term prospect.

Lance Hackney 6’6 F St. Louis MO

Hackney is a hard working, blue collar type post that is still growing and boasts a size 18 shoe. Hackney has a strong frame for a young prospect and soft hand that allow him to corral rebounds at a very high rate. Hackney has the potential to develop into a very good player over the next few years.

 

Ronell Williams 5’9 G St. Louis MO

Williams had some really nice moments during the event and showed a knack for scoring in the lane and knocking down 15ft pull up jumpers.

Tommie Williams 6’3 SG Belleville IL

Williams was one of the stock boosters in a loaded 2021 group at this years event. Williams has nice size at 6’3 and skills to go with it showing he can knock down jumpers and excel in transition scoring at the rim with ease.

Keelen Allen 6’4 PF O’Fallon MO 

Allen used his soft hand and big frame to carve out space and finish around the hoop frequently during the game sessions. Allen also showed ability to run the floor well for a young big man.

Jeremiah Walker 6’2 G Florissant MO 

Walker had a nice day on the offensive side of the ball scoring in bunches and connecting from long range at a high rate. Walker is a confident player who played his best ball vs some of the top guys at the event.

Braden Bryant 6’1 G Mascoutah IL

Bryant is a really good shooter who can knock them down equally effective off the dribble or catch and shoot. Bryant moves well without the ball and has a good understanding of spacing on offense.

Ilyass Harris 5’9 G St. Louis MO

Harris is a young guard with an advanced feel for the game and an understanding of when to facilitate and when to score. Harris showed the ability to score from all levels and also displayed great leadership intangibles from the lead guard spot.

Max Meyers 5’8 G Washington MO

Meyers is a savvy PG who looked pass first during the camp and also graded as a solid defender.

Andre Carnes 5’8 PG Kansas City MO

Carnes had a nice showing at camp showing the ability to score in bunches and also looked solid as a lead distributer.

Jalen Watson 6’5 F St Louis MO

Watson was very active on the boards and ran the court exceptionally well for his size. Watson has a strong base and soft hands that should lead to future success on the hardwood.

Eddie Simon 6’3 WG O’Fallon MO

Simon is a scoring machine with a nice frame and solid athletic ability. Simon looked great scoring in transition during camp and also flashed his smooth pull up jumper on occasion.

Grant McDaniel 6’0 G Wentzville MO

McDaniel took awhile to insert himself but when he did he showed he can really shoot the ball and also looked good as a perimeter defender.

 

 

NEP Midwest Showcase Class of 2020 Prospect Review

Ramone Woods 5’9 PG Chicago IL 

Woods entered the event with plenty of hype coming off strong summer and fall camp apperences at NEO, In The Gym Hoops and Ty Kish’s Middle School Alumni Event in Indy. Woods backed up the hype by flashing his dog like mentality on the floor en route to easy buckets for himself and also looked great facilitating to teamates on the break and in the half court. Woods makes up for his lack of size with heart, toughness and determination.

Harrison Vickers 6’6 SF St. Louis MO

Vickers is a prospect who could be primed for a breakout junoir campaign at chaminade this season. Vickers has a nice frame and at 6’5-6’6 nice size for the SF position. Vickers is a solid athlete who rebounds well and finishes above the rim with authority.

Breven McMullen 6’6 WG Desloge MO

McMullen is a prospect on the rise in Missouri’s 2020 class and as a regional prospect within college coaching circles. McMullen is a skilled talent who can really shoot the ball from midrange out to 22ft with ease. McMullen has showed rapid improvement over the past year and look for him to be a breakout star this HS season.

Jalen Boyd 6’1 G St. Louis MO

Boyd was very effective running on the break and finishing in transition. Boyd also showed the ability to hit pull ups from the elbow and midrange area at a nice rate.

Amir Spann 6’4 SF Mt. Vernon MO 

Spann was very active all camp using his strong frame to get buckets around the rim and showed nice potential as a multipositional defender.

Rashad McDaniels 6’0 PG St. Louis MO

McDaniels is a D1 target that had a good summer running with MO Team Carroll and has continued his strong play heading into the season. McDaniels didn’t have the best shooting day but looked great as a facilitator seting up teamates for easy buckets on the break with smart pitch ahead passes and lobs. McDaniels should be primed for a statement year.

Cole Miller 6’5 F St. Louis MO

Miller is a fundamentally sound player who knows spacing and how to play his position. Miller ran the floor well and capitalized on putbacks and dropoff passes around the basket.

Carsen Parker 6’6 SG Nashville IL 

Parker has a great frame at around 6’6” and nice shooting touch to go along with it. Parker was able to take advantage of limited opportunities when called upon and displyed an nice feel for the game.

Justin Bachar 6’0 G Virginia IL

Bachar is a solid combo guard prospect who can score in bunches in transition and also knock down open 3s. Bachar also showed promise on the defensive side of the ball.

Ryan Kalkbrenner  7’0 F St. Louis MO

Possibly the biggest stock booster of the entire event coming in as a relatively unknown prospect, Kalkbrenner turned heads all day with his impressive play showing skill and shooting touch to go with a great frame that is still developing. Kalkbrenner runs the floor well and looked great in pick and roll action. D1 coaches will love this kid once they get a chance to see what he can do this year.

2018 NEP Camp Series All NEP Camp Teams

1st Team

2019 Terrence Hargrove Jr 6’6 SG East St Louis IL (Co POY)

2022 Mark Mitchell 6’6 SF Lansing KS (Co POY)

2021 Treyton Thompson 6’11 F Glennwood MN

2021 Jordan Nesbitt 6’7 PG St Louis MO

2021 Jonathan Dunn 6’6 F St Louis MO

2nd Team 

2020 Romone Woods 5’10 PG Chicago IL

2020 Markell Hood 6’6 SG Overland Park KS

2019 Jackson Makoi 6’5 G St Louis MO

2020 Ethan Kilgore 6’6 G Gower MO

2021 Jonathan Izemef 6’9 F St Louis MO

3rd Team 

2021 Keeshawn Mason 6’7 F Shawnee KS

2021 Tamar Bates 6’4 G Kansas City KS

2019 Courtland Soll 6’2 G St Louis MO

2022 Alpha Chibambe 6’6 SG St Louis MO

2019 Jaxon Pillich 6’4 G Wichita KS

4th Team 

2022 Taj Manning 6’6 F Grandview MO

2021 Isaiah Mayo 6’3 PG Lawrence KS

2022 Willie Wilson 6’2 CG Minneapolis MN

2021 Branden Eckles 6’7 F Olathe KS

2021 Alston Mason 6’1 PG Overland Park KS

All Defensive Team

2019 Paul Otieno 6’6 F Bel Aire KS (POY)

2022 Tiki Musaka 6’10 F St Louis MO

2022 Hassan Kamara 6’4 G Fridley MN

2021 Jaelen Treml 6’5 G Hopkins MN

Honorable Mention 

2021 Drew Adams 6’7 F Woodbury MN , 2020 Curran Ingram 6’2 G Des Monies IA, 2022 Max Whisner 6’5 F Lees Summit MO, 2021 Andre Gray 6’2 G Hopkins MN , 2023 Omaha Biliew 6’8 SF Des Monies IA

 

 

 

NEP Midwest Showcase St Louis Class of 2019 Prospect Review

Terrence Hargrove 6’6 SG East St. Louis IL

The St. Louis Bilikins commit entered the event as one of the top rated prospects and finished the day at the top earning camp MVP honors and showcased his unlimited potiential as a bigtime offensive weapon and versatile defender. Hargrove is improving rapidly and has one of the higher ceilings  in the 2019 class nationally.

Jackson Makoi 6’5 CG St. Louis MO

Makoi is a versatile prospect with a very bright future. Makoi has somewhat flown under the radar due to the fact he’s from Australia and the majority of scouts havent had the opportunity to evaluate him properly but there is no question Makoi is a high major talent with advanced basketball IQ and natural instincts. Makoi was a vocal leader on both sides of the ball and may have the best footwork and post game of any guard we coverd in the 2019 class nationally.

Courtland Soll 6’2 CG St. Louis MO 

Soll was very effective when in attack mode and getting out in transition and finishing around the rim. Soll is a tough matchup for defenders especially in isolation situations where he can score at will. Excellent combo prospect who can score in bunches.

Richard Greene 6’3 WG St. Louis MO

Greene is a strong bodied wing prospect who excells at hitting the glass and finishing in transition. Greene also showed the ability to guard multiple positions and solid athletic ability.

Quinton Brown 6’6 F Columbia MO

Brown was one of the breakout performers at this years event. Brown is an excellent athlete who excels  at running the floor and finishing well above the rim. Brown also showed nice shooting touch out to the 3pt line and a solid basketball IQ. Coaches should dial in on this late bloomer with major upside.

Aaron Daniels 5’10 PG Florissant MO 

Daniels is a fiery, competive lead guard who can get buckets in a hury. Daniels had a good showing earning top 20 honors with his agressive style of play that rubbed off on his teamates creating a very competitive environment.

William Shumpert 6’6 WG Belleville IL

Shumpert is multisport athlete who is improving in all phases on the hardwood. Shumpert had one of the best finishes we witnessed at the event throwing down a monster one handed slam on a defender. Shumpert also excels as a rebounder from the wing and has good size for the position.

Khalifah Muhammed 6’3 WG Belleville IL

Muhammed had a big day at the Midwest Showcase earning top 20 honors and surprising local coaches and players in attendance with his rapidly improving skil set. Muhammed is a very good slasher with the ability to finish well above the rim and also showed the ability to knock down 3s with ease.

Anthony Hople 6’2 CG St Charles MO

Hople was a walking bucket, scoring from all three levels and staying in attack mode the entire camp. Hople is a good athlete who can play both guard spots effectively.

Mehmet Ulus 5’10 G St Louis MO

Ulus is a solid shooter who lookled good in catch and shoot situations and also showed the ability to set his teamates up for easy buckets.

Orkun Ozcan 6’2 G St Louis MO

Ozcan has a strong frame and is a jack of all trades type guard who can rebound, facilitate and shoot at a solid rate.

Vangelis Dermisis 6’0 G St Louis MO

Lefty Shooter can get hot from 3 but also looked solid off the catch and shoot from the midrange area.

JaRon Thames 6’5 F Florissant MO

Thames day was cut short due to scheduling conflicts but he was very productive while in attendance. Thames is a good finisher who also rebounds at a nice rate.

2018 NEP KC Fall Ball Camp Class of 2022 Prospects

Mark Mitchell 6’7 SF Lansing KS

Mitchell was coming fresh off his big week at the USA basketball combine in Colorado Springs and didn’t show any signs of being rusty on his way to earning camp MOP honors. Mitchell is one of the next in line for big time prospects coming out of the Kansas area. Blessed with a great frame and evolving skill set, Mitchell reminds us of a Michael Kid Gilcrest type of player with his impact on both ends. Mitchell is a Top 10 national level player that is just starting to scratch the surface, and that is scary.

Taj Manning 6’6 F Grandview MO

Manning is one of the top freshman in Missouri and a top 75 national type player with skill and size. Manning is one of the top shot blockers in the country for his class and has excellent timing , long wingspan and a great feel on the defensive side. Offensively Manning can finish well above the rim and looked great as an offensive rebounder. Manning definitely has a chance to be a very special prospect as he develops over time.

Omaha Biliew 6’8 SF Des Moines IA

Biliew was the only 8th grader in attendance and immediately showed he belonged earning Top 20 honors and displaying his advanced skill set. Biliew is rated as a top 10 national prospect but he is just beginning to scratch the surface of his unlimited potential. Biliew connected on turnaround pro type jumpers and step back 3’s with ease. Biliew also uses his 7ft wingspan to snatch boards and finish well above the rim. Biliew has a chance to become one of the best players to come out of Iowa in some time.

Adrian Dimond 6’5 G Shawnee KS

Dimond is a smooth combo guard prospect who can heat up from well beyond the 3pt line. Dimond was excellent pushing the tempo and finding team mates for easy buckets in transition. Dimond has the size and skill set to become one of the top guard prospects in the Midwest 2022 class.

Cooper Jackson 5’10 PG Overland Park KS

Jackson was on attack mode from the opening tip of the event and never let up. Lightning quick with the ball , Jackson was too much for opposing defenders especially in transition. Jackson was one of the better dribble drive and pitch players at the event and showed a high level basketball IQ for a young PG prospect.

Ruot Bijiek 6’7 F Des Moines IA

Bijiek is a long term prospect who is still growing and could become a star down the road with his combination of size and skill. Bijek has great hands and a nice shooting touch out to 3. Bijiek’s brother Jal is a former NEP Camp Alumni and the younger brother looks to be following in his footsteps as an emerging prospect out if the Des Moines area.

Jordan Brown 6’3 Lansing KS

Brown was one of the better shooters at the Fall Ball event and also showed potential as a facilitator consistently making the right pass. Brown has great size and with added strength overtime should develop into a nice 2 guard prospect.

Max Whisner 6’5 SF Lees Summit MO

Whisner was one of the most productive players at the camp regardless of class. Whisner has a knack for scoring the ball and hitting the glass. Blessed with a strong frame, Whisner was able to carve out space and finish in the lane with ease. Whisner is one of the better Missouri 2022 prospects and has the potential to be a big time player early in his HS career.

Christian Bowen Webb 6’2 G Atchison KS

Bowen Webb was very efficient on both ends of the floor and showed that he can operate both guard spots effectively. Bowen Webb is a good shooter who can hit off the dribble or catch and shoot at a very high level.

Damar’e Smith 5’11 PG Shawnee KS 

Smith was one of the most efficient players at the camp shooting over 50 percent from 3 and handing out assists with very few turn overs. Smith helped lead his team to the championship game where he was sensational all the way to the games final seconds connecting on a deep last second 3 falling 1 point short in overtime.

Zaid Dajani 5’10 PG Lenexa KS

Dajani is a nice PG prospect who excelled on the defensive end harassing opposing teams lead guards all camp. Dajani has excellent court vision and a nice feel for how to play the PG position.

Parker Elder 6’4 SF Des Moines IA

Elder is a solid long term prospect with a above average skill set. Once his body matures Elder should develop into a college level player down the road with his size and versatility.

Will Gavin 6’0 CG Overland Park KS

Gavin was one of the surprise players at this years Fall Ball event. Gavin showed a knack for scoring the ball and also looked good facilitating from the PG position.

Mozae Downing Rivers 6’2 G Lawrence KS

Downing Rivers is a jack of all trades type guard who helps his team win in multiple ways. Downing Rivers spent most of the day setting up team mates and rebounding the ball but also looked good in transition finishing on the break.

2018 NEP KC Fall Ball Class of 2021 Prospects

Keeshawn Mason 6’7 F Shawnee KS

Mason was sensational on both ends of the floor earning the camps MVP honors for the 2021 group. Mason has always been a great rebounder and high level back to the basket player but now he has expanded his perimeter skills and looks the part of a breakout star. Mason still has tons of room to grow as far as his total skill set but he is definitely trending up going into his sophomore year.

Tamar Bates 6’4 G Kansas City KS

Bates had one of the best days of any prospect at camp and showed that his name belongs in the discussion of top 2021’s from Kansas. Bates is a good athlete with great shooting touch from mid range out to the 3pt line. Bates wingspan allows him to play bigger than his size creating a major problem for opposing  guards. Bates has the frame and skill set D1 coaches covet at the 2 guard position.

Miles Branch 6’6 F Oskaloosa KS

Branch made the most of his opportunities helping lead his squad the the camp championship by doing all the dirty work including rebounding, setting screens, and boxing out. Branch also showed a nice shooting touch out to 17ft and tons of upside as a long term prospect.

Blake Danitschek 6’5 F Wichita KS

Danitschek is a very smart player who will have a bright future as a combo forward. Danitschek made the most of his limited opportunities connecting on jumpers and finishing around the rim. Danitschek is a skilled player does all the little things correct.

Alston Mason 5’11 G Overland Park KS

Mason was a walking bucket from the time he stepped on the floor at the Fall Ball event. Maybe the most impressive scorer at the event, Mason was cooking from 3 all day and nobody could stop him from getting to the rim.

Isaiah Mayo 6’2 PG Lawrence KS

Mayo was one of the top prospects entering the event and backed it up with his smooth all around play on both ends of the floor. Mayo is an excellent ball handler with elite IQ and vision. Mayo also showed the ability to score at will from all 3 levels. D1 programs should definitely start to dial in on Mayo over the next couple years.

Branden Eckles 6’7 F Olathe KS

Eckles was one of the top performers from the event and showed that he is a force to be reckoned with in the Kansas 2021 class. Eckles has great hands and footwork to go with a smooth offensive game. His post moves are advanced and as he matures and adds strength his game will continue to blossom.

Spencer Hixson 6’5 SF Des Moines IA

Hixson is a good shooter with a excellent understanding of the game. Hixson took advantage of his opportunities by connecting on jumpers and put backs around the rim. Hixson also has nice size at 6’5 and should develop into a nice prospect down the line.

Malik Allen 6’0 PG Des Moines IA

Allen played a key role leading his team to the camp championship by doing all the little things and taking advantage of his scoring opportunities when called upon. Allen has a nice stroke from 3 and can really push and facilitate at a high level.

Brennan Watkins 5’9 PG Kearney MO

Watkins started to heat up from 3 towards the end of the event. Watkins is excellent off the catch and shoot and can also take his defender off the dribble and finish in the lane. Watkins is a confident player who can score with anyone.

Vance Avila 6’5 F Lees Summit MO

Avila is a blue collar type player who like to clean up the offensive boards and finishes at a high rate around the basket. Avila rebounds great for a 6’5″ player and has the chance to blossom with added strength over the next couple years.

Quinton Mason 6’0 G Overland Park KS

Mason is a good shooter who can also distribute as a lead guard prospect. Mason looked great in catch and shoot situations and also showed the ability to finish in the lane with floaters.

Max Masters 6’2 G Leawood KS

Masters was very active on both ends carving out a niche as a energy guy for his team. Masters looked great in transition converting turnovers into easy buckets.

Jacob Hanna 6’1 Wichita KS

Hanna looked good as a lead guard during the event deferring to his team mates and setting them up for easy buckets. Hanna has a nice frame and showed he can play well above the rim too.

2018 NEP KC Fall Ball Class of 2020 Prospects

 

 

 

Markell Hood 6’6 SG Overland Park KS

Hood was named MVP of the 2020 group and played like a man on a mission for most of the event. Hood started off quite in his teams first win but found his niche as a facilitator and helped lead his team to the camp championship with a 3-0 record. Hood has an advanced offensive game and displayed the best mid-range skill set we saw at the event. Hood is a D1 level prospect who is just scratching his potential at this stage. Look for Markell to have a breakout junior season.

Ethan Kilgore 6’6 SG Gower MO

Kilgore was one of the top prospects attending the Fall Ball event and showed why he is considered one of the top players in Missouri’s 2020 class. Kilgore used his strong frame to attack in transition and showed a smooth offensive package from all 3 levels knocking down threes and constantly attacking in transition. Kilgore has a college ready ready and the skill set D1 coaches covet.

Jaxson Pillich 6’2 G Wichita KS

Pillich was the human highlight reel at this years event and also helped lead his squad to the camp championship running alongside Markell Hood. Pillich is a really good athlete who finishes above the rim at an amazing rate for a player his size. Pillich also showed nice touch from three along with an advanced hoops IQ. College coaches need to keep an eye on this one as he looks the part of a late blooming future star.

Paul Otieno 6’7 F Bel Aire KS

Otieno was named camp Defensive MVP and was one of the big surprises at this years camp. Otieno has a knack for the utility/glue guy things that coaches love and teams need in order to be successful. Otieno is an above average rebounder and an excellent shot blocker. Otieno’s athleticism allows his to guard multiple positions and his wingspan helps him play bigger than 6’7.  Otieno looks the part of a hidden gem for some future college program.

AJ Redman 6’2 CG St Josephs MO

Redman had a really good day at camp showcasing his smooth floor game and explosive scoring ability. Redman had one of the most impressive plays we witness as he exploded for a coast 2 coast dunk that nearly shut down the gym. Redman has a nice frame and the kind of athleticism that will definitely translate to the next level.

Curran Ingram 6’1 G Des Monies IA

Ingram is a scoring machine who plays with high level flare and savvy. Ingram was hot from three most of the event and there wasn’t anyone who could stop him hen he attacked in transition. Ingram finished as one of the top scores at the event.

Devonte Jennings 6’1 G Bel Aire KS

Jennings is a smooth combo who looked equally impressive scoring and facilitating the ball during the event. Jennings displayed smooth shooting from mid-range out too the 3pt line. Jennings was very business like with his approach to the game, a trait that will find his success down the road.

Elisha Turner 6’5 F Bel Aire KS

Turner did a lot of the little thing correct like boxing out, hedging screens and making the easy pass. Turner has good hands and a nice frame that allows him to mix it up down low yet he is athletic enough to guard 3s in a pinch. Turner is a nice long term prospect who is still very raw at this point.

Andre Parks 6’4 Kansas City MO

Parks is a jack of all trades type guard who can play multiple positions on the perimeter. Parks showed a knack for rebounding along with the ability to finish in the lane throughout the event.

Mayson Quartlebaum 6’4 G Lawrence KS

Quartlebaum was the unanimous pick between coaches for camps most improved alumni from previous events. Over the course of the last year Quartlebaum has grown and his game is starting to take off. Quartlebaum still has a sweet stroke from 3 and a great IQ, but he has recently added a slashing element to his arsenal that opened some eyes at camp. Mayson is definitely one to watch over the next two years as he continues to improve.

Tai Johnson 6’0 PG Wichita KS

Johnson was impressive for the second straight year at Fall Ball. Johnson is excellent in attack mode using his quickness and athleticism to get to his spots in the lane. Johnson also looked improved as a facilitator and can also knock down the 3 ball.

Trey Reid 6’1 G Wichita KS

Reid was a nice surprise at this years camp providing some serious offensive power for his squad along with leadership and a good basketball IQ. Reid can score from all 3 levels and proved to be one of the better guards in the 2020 group.

Jontell Washington 6’1 Kansas City MO

Washington was really good on both ends earning a Top 20 selection at this years event. Washing can flat out score the ball and looked great in transition setting up his teammates for easy buckets. Washing is definitely a gamer who separated himself as one of the alpha dogs at camp.

Thomas Meister 6’0 PG Bel Aire KS

Meister is a very solid PG prospect with a ton of skill and IQ for the position. Meister can really shoot it from 3 and showed the ability to finish vs bigger players. Meister is a winner with a great feel for the game.

Tanner Thouvenot 6’8 F Republic MO

Thouvenot is a big bodied stretch 4 man who literally didn’t miss from 3 all day. Thouvenot proved to be the camps most impressive player off catch and shoot situations and also showed good rebounding instincts.

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.