Isaiah Kelly is a 6’5 prospect from Georgia who put down this big time dunk in the 2014 Dunk Dog All American Game. The Class of 2018 wing showed his athleticism throughout the weekend at CP3 Rising Stars Camp and capped his performance off with this slam in the Dunk Dog Game featuring 20 of the top players in the country. Stay tuned for more from Isaiah Kelly and the 2014 Dunk Dog All American Game on MiddleSchoolHoops.com
Damon Harge and Elijah Hardy went head to head at the CP3 Rising Stars Camp and the Dunk Dog All American Game. These two highly touted guards from the Class of 2018 did battle on multiple occasions throughout the weekend in North Carolina and both showed that they deserve the attention they are getting. For more visit www.RepsonReps.com
Emmitt Williams is a 6’7 power forward from the Class of 2018 who put down this powerful dunk on his defender at the 2014 Dunk Dog All American Game in North Carolina. Emmitt Williams is from Fort Myers, Florida and is one of the most physically imposing players in the Class of 2018. His strength and athleticism make him an elite prospect in this class that is loaded with size and talent. Stay tuned more info on Emmitt Williams and the 2014 Dunk Dog All American Game on MiddleSchoolHoops.com
Makhi Mitchell is a 6’7 eighth grader from DC who put down this nice dunk at the 2014 CP3 Rising Stars National Camp in North Carolina. Makhi Mitchell is a big time prospect in the Class of 2019. The assist came from Sherif Kenney who is another top player in the Class of 2019 Basketball Rankings. Both players have a bright future. Stay tuned form more from CP3 Rising Stars Camp on MiddleSchoolHoops.com
Marquise Walker of Chicago and Jeremiah Francis of Columbus, Ohio went head to head at the 2014 BBall Spotlight Future Phenom Camp in DC this weekend. They played in a showcase game and the Top 20 All Star Game. The two guards were the top 2019 floor generals in attendance at the camp, and are both nationally ranked.
Marquise Walker is more of a natural scorer than Jeremiah is at this point. Francis is the definition of a floor general and shows better in an organized setting with familiar teammates. Having said that, both lead guards brought their A Games to the BBall Spotlight Future Phenom Camp. While many players shy away from the best competition, both Walker and Francis embraced the challenge of going head to head. The future is bright for these young point guards, this video is only a sample of what these point guards will do in coming years, enjoy!!!
EJ Jackson worked out with National Trainer Julius V this summer and MiddleSchoolHoops was lucky enough to be in the building. Julius has a long list of talented players that he’s trained including Jordan Hamilton, Shemar Morrow, and Antwan January. Over two days in LA over 15 players put in work under the expert instruction of Julius who led them through ball handling and shooting drills.
Amongst those in attendance were Makani Whiteside, Spencer Freedman, Keith Dinwiddie, Riley Battin, Dillon Depina, Wes Slajchert, Caleb and Josh Christopher, Joseph Bush, Jacob Ray, and of course EJ Jackson. The workouts were intense and competitive consisting of an hours worth of drilling followed by full court work. All the while under the watchful eye of Julius V who pushed the players to their limits.
EJ Jackson showed his incredible ball handling skills and footwork going through cone drills, but workouts are not the place to showcase your abilities, rather it’s to improve them. The 2019 point guard worked on his mid range game simulating coming off screens as well as shooting off the dribble. With a strong work ethic and the guidance of a trainer as experienced as Julius the future is bright for EJ Jackson. Check out his workout below.
Marquise Walker hit this crazy buzzer beater to send his playoff game at the BBall Spotlight Future Phenom Camp into overtime. The 2019 point guard from Chicago grew his rep by taking on all comers and having several head to head battles with Jeremiah Francis. Overall Walker had a great weekend at the big time camp. Stay tuned for more highlights from Marquise Walker and the BBall Spotlight Future Phenom Camp on MiddleSchoolHoops.com and our Instagram page @MSHTV
EJ Jackson is a 13 year old from California who has insane ball handling skills and is cementing himself as the most exciting player in the Class of 2019. EJ Jackson made a name for himself on the national stage after leading his City Stars team within one game of the AAU National Championships.
The West Coast lead guard has the ball on a string and is virtually unstoppable off the bounce. Jackson does most of his damage driving and dishing the ball to open teammates or shooting three pointers. His midrange game mainly consists of floaters in the lane. One of the young guard’s best attributes is his ability to lock up his opponents on defense with his athleticism and low center of gravity.
The City Stars floor general is still perfecting his craft and deciding when to take defenders one on one and when to run his team. That said, Jackson is virtually unstoppable off the dribble so it makes sense that he is still learning to pick his spots. At this point EJ Jackson is being mentioned as one of the top guards in the Class of 2019 Basketball Rankings along with Tyger Campbell, Javon Blackshear, Marquise Walker, Jeremiah Francis, and Johnathan McGriff.
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TJ Jordan is a 2019 prospect who made a nice impression on spectators and scouts at AAU Nationals in Memphis. TJ Jordan played with Team Florida alongside Balsa Koprivica and Bryan Sanders. Jordan showed his ability to dish the ball off especially in half court settings. Another big time component of TJ’s game is his defense which allows him to greatly influence the action. There is room for development on Jordan’s jumper but overall TJ is a solid prospect in the class of 2019.
Tyger Campbell is one of the top players in the Class of 2019, here is his OFFICIAL MIXTAPE from MiddleSchoolHoops. The 7th Grader has great handles, superb vision, and can absolutely fill it up. He’s being regarded as the top point guard in the class by some. Tyger’s reputation has gained steam after a big time Summer on the circuit playing with We All Can Go.
This coming season the lead guard will take his game to the next level as he plays high school basketball for CPA in Tennessee. Tyger will no doubt be challenged by older, more physical competition, but it should be a good decision. Campbell played his best basketball while playing up on the 2018 We All Can Go squad where he was more engaged and usually had his game firing on all cylinders.
While Tyger is one of the most highly touted players in the country there is still room for improvement. Campbell has a good stroke, but needs to improve his consistency from three point range. Any coach would be happy to have Tyger as his point guard because of the way he distributes and creates shots for himself. If you haven’t heard of Tyger Campbell, watch the video below and get familiar.