Posted On: 10/16/19 8:30 PM


This past weekend was October's edition of the 2019 USA Basketball Team Minicamp in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Ninety-nine of the nation’s best players from the class of 2020 down to the class of 2023 made their way to the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Training Center for three days and six sessions of drills, practices, and games. Many prospects have been to previous minicamps while others were getting a taste of it for the first time. The camp saw several media outlets, NBA scouts, as well as former collegiate players from across the country take in some of the best high school players in the world and there was plenty to discuss by Sunday evening. These were some of the things that could not go unnoticed as the minicamp came and went over the weekend:


  1. IMG’s Frontcourt is in Good Hands Looking Ahead
    1. Watching mostly the underclassmen over the course of the weekend, I got a chance to see what IMG Academy (FL) has in store for the next 3 years. The best young player with extreme upside in my opinion was 2022 F Jarace Walker. At 6’7” he is very versatile in his offensive attack. He

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