The Fullcourt All West Camp kicked off this Saturday in St George, Utah. Hosted by recruiting legend Dinos Trigonis, the camp featured 240 of the top players on the West Coast. Several local prospects showed up and showed out at the event. Here is a look at the top local prospects from the event.
AJ StorrAJStorr6'6" | SFBishop Gorman | 2022StateNV
6’6 SG Bishop Gorman 2022 - Adding Storr to Zaon CollinsZaonCollins6'0" | PGBishop Gorman | 2021State#45NationNV
and Will McClendonWillMcClendon6'4" | SGBishop Gorman | 2021State#79NationNV
seems almost unfair. Storr is the type of versatile scorer that can end the game with a quiet 20. He’s got 3 point range, off the bounce ability and is a big time R&J athlete. Finished with 14 which was tied with two other players to lead all scorers in the Top 25 Game.
Ethan SpeakerEthanSpeaker6'6" | SFBoulder City | 2021StateNV
6’6 SF Boulder City 2021 (#7PHN 2021) - We throw the word sleeper around all the time, but Ethan SpeakerEthanSpeaker6'6" | SFBoulder City | 2021StateNV
is easily one of the biggest sleepers on the west coast. He currently holds one offer from Arkansas Little Rock, however I have a feeling that they’re several schools that can use a Multi Level scorer who was one of the more dominant R&J athletes at the camp.
Milos UzanMilosUzan6'4" | PGDesert Pines | 2022State#90NationNV
6’3 PG Desert Pines 2022 (#1PHN 2022) - It was the usual brilliant mind performance from Uzan. Even in a camp setting his IQ stands out. If that wasn’t enough, he finished smooth drives in the lane, hit teammates with fullcourt dimes and knocked down open 3’s.
Tavionte JacksonTavionteJackson6'1" | PGLas Vegas | 2022State#189NationNV
6’1 PF Las Vegas 2022 (#5PHN 2022) - I’ve yet to see anyone stay in front of Jackson. He’s been like an old school Wild West Gunslinger, vanquishing all comers. Got to the bucket at ease, dopest handle at the camp, big time wiggle, elite paint touch getting PG
Joshua JeffersonJoshuaJefferson6'7" | PFLiberty | 2022State#122NationNV
6’6 PF Liberty 2022 (#3PHN 2022) - What Jackson is to paint touches, Jefferson is to back to the basket play. He rarely sees single coverage anymore and when he does, it’s buffet style eating for him. Jefferson showed off his R&J athleticism finishing the break on this play.
Anthony SwiftAnthonySwift6'6" | PFDesert Pines | 2021State#182NationNV
6’7 PF Desert Pines 2021 (#5PHN 2021) - Swift showed that he can score the ball in other ways than simply catch and finishing in transition. He stretched his game out behind the arc, and displayed several nice low post moves. As always his energy, effort and rim protection was there.
Daniel RouzanDanielRouzan6'8" | PFBishop Gorman | 2021StateNV
6’8 PF Bishop Gorman 2021 (#14PHN 2021) - Rouzan plays so slow he’s fast. Has good patients in the low post and a good understanding of where the ball should go out of the double team. Defensively he did a good job of controlling the backboard all weekend.
Christian BentoChristianBento6'11" | CBishop Gorman | 2021State#205NationNV
6’11 C Bishop Gorman 2021 (#38PHN 2021) - I’ll be honest, from what I saw this weekend, 38 is probably to low for Bento. The gentle giant played with a high motor and a ton of passion. That alone allowed him to be effective protecting the rim and grabbing boards.
Aaron PriceAaronPrice6'7" | PFLiberty | 2022StateNV
6’7 PF Liberty 2022 (#14PHN 2022) - Aaron PriceAaronPrice6'7" | PFLiberty | 2022StateNV
may be the best teammate in the state. Loved his defensive communication, IQ and help ability. Offensively he showed an improved floor game, as well as elite R&J ability.
Khaman MakerKhamanMaker7'1" | CDesert Valley Prep | 2024NV
7’1 C Desert Valley Prep 2024 - The young African transfer showed a lot of promise. He played with a good motor and competed on both ends of the floor. He’s still raw, but it was impossible not to see his flashes of potential.
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