Damon Harge attended his first John Lucas Camp this weekend where he played with and against some of the top players in the country. Damon Harge put on a show and distributed the ball very well, finding open teammates throughout the weekend. The Class of 2018 point guard is known for his ball handling and scoring ability but after a weekend at John Lucas Camp he showed that he is a true floor general who can score when his team needs him to get buckets.
Here is the long awaited HoopMixTape of 14 year old Jalen Preston. These highlights come from his AAU season with TJ Ford Elite and several high level camps that Jalen Preston attended. There’s no question that Preston is one of the best dunkers in the Class of 2018, and easily one of the most athletic rising freshman in the country. Preston turns 15 October 29th which makes his highlights even more impressive considering that he is the right age for his grade. Check out Take My Talent for more from Jalen Preston.
Jaelen House burst onto the national scene at the 2014 7th Grade AAU Nationals when he scored 29 points and led I-10 to a big upset of middle school power We All Can Go. Despite being the son of NBA player Eddie House, Jaelen’s name wasn’t known nationally but now things have changed. At the John Lucas Camp Right Way in Arizona Jaelen backed up the hype around his name while the cameras were rolling from one of YouTube’s best new channels Arizona’s Finest.
Tier 1 Sports is having a middle school showcase this Saturday in Lima, Ohio. The age groups invited are 4th-8th. It is a high level camp with instruction that is second to none. Last year’s event had great drills and very competitive games. The competition level will be high and it will be a great measuring stick for any players wondering where they stack up amongst other players in their age group. Check out highlights from last year’s event below. CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP FOR THE CAMP
Michael Devoe is a 6’2 guard from Florida who will be one of the top guards in the sunshine state in the Class of 2018. Michael Devoe will be playing his high school ball at Oak Ridge alongside big time 2015 Antonio Blakeney. Devoe played his AAU ball with Each One Teach One where he is a combo guard who can score and distribute. The freshman has a nice jumper but may be at his best creating for others. For more on Michael Devoe stay tuned to MiddleSchoolHoops.com
Makani Whiteside is one of the top guards on the West Coast in the Class of 2019. Makani Whiteside worked out with Julius V at Englewood High where he showed off an amazingly fast handle and a smooth jumper. As Makani continues to improve don’t be surprised to see his name climb in the Class of 2019 Basketball Rankings. Stay tuned to MiddleSchoolHoops.com for much more on Makani Whiteside.
Will Dillard played above the rim once again this year at the 2014 CP3 Rising Stars Camp in North Carolina. Will Dillard is a 6’3 prospect from the Class of 2018 from Greensboro. Dillard is one of the best athletes in his class and showed his bounce throughout the camp. For more on Will Dillard and CP3 Camp stay tuned to www.MiddleSchoolHoops.com
Wes Slajchert dropped this dime in transition at the 2014 CP3 Rising Stars Camp in North Carolina. Wes Slajchert is a 6’3 shooting guard from California who has a lights out jumper but is more than just a shooter. Slajchert can put the ball on the floor and make plays on both ends of the floor. For more on Wes Slajchert and CP3 Camp make stay tuned to www.MiddleSchoolHoops.com
Isaiah Kelly is a Class of 2018 forward prospect who is being mentioned as one of the top players at his position. Isaiah Kelly already stands 6’6 and routinely finishes above the rim. The small forward has a nice mid range jumper and has enough skill to beat defenders off the dribble. Isaiah has all the tools to be a name that the national media will mention for years to come. Check out his new video from Atlanta Hoops TV.
Wendell Moore has been on the national radar for some time now, and he’s often mentioned as one of the top players in the Class of 2019. In a middle school basketball culture where reclassification is becoming the norm, Wendell Moore is a true throwback. Having just turned 13, the big man from North Carolina is one of the youngest players in his class. Wendell’s style of play is more workhorse than showboat and his CP3 Team were AAU National Champion’s this June. As his career continues it’s hard to believe that there won’t be a lot of big time dunks, but for now lets enjoy this young man’s first poster dunk.