Posted On: 08/27/19 7:11 PM

Today Prep Hoops is proud to announce the Prep Hoops Circuit All Americans at the 15u level.  The best of the circuit from all three regions!

The Prep Hoops Circuit All Americans are similar to the All Region teams in that players had to be on qualified Prep Hoops Circuit teams participating on the circuit in multiple locations.  Here is the best from the Prep Hoops Circuit combining players from all three regions.



The Prep Hoops Circuit All American First Team

Luke Haertle of Wisconsin Playground Black. “Feel like every time I watch Luke Haertle, he’s contributing in a variety of ways. Can be a primary scorer, lockdown defender, rebounder, glue guy, etc” – Evan Flood of Prep Hoops.

Shawn Phillips of Team Flyght. “2022 big man Shawn Phillips is an old fashioned, space controlling and strong big man with hands and touch. Looks well on his way to a high major recruitment.” – Respected National Analyst Eric Bossi of

Kevin Overton of Team Griffin. Had 19 and 9 in the semis, made clutch foul shots scoring a dozen in the Grind finals, and then had a 30 spot in the final week of the season out west.  

Langston Reynolds of Billups Elite.  Had more game winning plays than anybody at the 15u level.  His combination of foul shots and then and block put the May event away and the Langston Reynolds throw downs are still being talked about. 

Ben Shtolzberg of The Truth.  The shooting touch of a champion, Ben earned the Hustle in the Sun MVP honors by making shots from every angle: feet set, off the bounce, balanced with lift, or contorted with touch, he finished them all. 




The Prep Hoops Circuit All American Second Team

Mekhi Collins of Minnesota Fury. “The 6’4” bouncy Mankato West forward scored the biggest bucket of the tournament that sealed the win.” – Will Whitmore of Prep Hoops. 

Adante Holiman of Team Griffin.  Followed up his state title season as a freshman but leading Team Griffin with an intense style of play on both ends of the court.  Dangerous handle with a touch to go with it. 

Tajavis Miller of Los Angeles Elite. Miller has a toughness to him, a physical edge that beats most opponents for production and commonly out-works top players to the edge for production.  One of the nation’s top up and coming guards. 

Jack Rose of Wisconsin Playground White. “Coming in, thought maybe I over ranked Jack. Then he came out and scored 14 points in six minutes. Crossed a defender and went into a step back triple. It’s the motor college coaches will love the most though. Battles for EVERYTHING and doesn’t take a play off.” – Evan Flood of Prep Hoops. 

Davion Wright of The Truth. A combo guard that handled both roles with a high level of success.  Wright scored in transition, at the arc, and attacking to hit from mid or at the cup.  



The Prep Hoops Circuit All American Third Team

Nick Katona of Minnesota Fury. “Watched him score in double figures in Atlanta and I have to say, he has a chance to do a lot of things better than his brother Charlie, which is very impressive.” – Local Basketball Eye (wants name to be John Doe)

Camden McCormick of California Select Red.  Camden’s ability to create relaxed shot attempts for others attacking off a ball screen was a big reason Select Red went 9-4 on the Circuit.  A two-sport leader simply makes lives easier for teammates. 

Arterio Morris of Dallas Showtyme.  Morris is a fluid athlete with a good offensive skillset and knows when to accelerate and explode to the cup. One of the most efficient scorers in the state for his class. Recently visited Houston. 

Mike Price of The Truth.  Price is a 2023 lead guard with some of the best creative instincts seen on the Circuit regardless of age or class.  Good size, smooth stroke, bright future. 

Cameron Williams of Dallas Showtyme.  Williams is already grabbing big name football offers (Oklahoma State, Utah, Baylor, SMU, etc) and you can see why on the basketball court.  Great hands and feet with size that can not be moved. 

Always Wright of SSA Hoops. Wight scored 24 a game for SSA Hoops in Prep Hoops Circuit games pushing the team to an impressive 11-3 season on the Prep Hoops Circuit.