Posted On: 08/5/19 5:39 PM
College elite camps serve three purposes simultaneously. Colleges are able to instruct youth hoopers, make money, and host potential or confirmed recruits. Deciphering which of the three categories you fit into prior to the event can be tricky. Occasionally a player will fall into multiple categories. Only a handful are being actively targeted, though it can be beneficial to play in front of a coaching staff in their gym.
August’s first weekend featured several regional elite camps. If you or someone you know attended one of these camps please DM @AndrewForce8 for potential inclusion below.
Jerry Stackhouse, and his staff, brought in some top-tier talent for his first camp. @PrepHoopsTN Rankings of each player are listed to the left. Class of 2022 rankings are not posted yet, therefore no 2022 players have rankings just yet.
Carrington Allen (Oakland) 2022
#23 Zion Swader (Siegel) 2021
Cade Pendleton (East Hamilton) 2022
#16 Jaylen Pegues (Hillsboro) 2021
Malik Dia (Blackman) 2022
Jhamal Ross (Center Hill-MS) 2022
#13 Johnathan DeJurnett (Lausanne) 2020 #18 Isaiah Jones (East Nashville) 2021
Phil Dotson (Arlington) 2022
#78 Tehlor Buford (Hillsboro) 2021
Kaeden Laws (Center Hill-MS) 2021
Filip Babic (Upperman) 2020
Chandler Jackson (Christian Brothers) 2022
Isiaiah Divens (Rockvale) 2023
#18 Bo Montgomery (Lausanne) 2020
#71 PJ Smith (Goodpasture) 2021
#66 Jaylan Wetzel (Siegel) 2021
Ryley McClaran (Eagleville) 2020
Jaye Nash 2024
Gian Valdez (Heritage–AL) 2020
#32 Reese McMullen (Christian Brothers) 2021
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