Posted On: 08/28/21 1:57 PM

The annual elite camp hosted by Northwestern State brought together some of the best preps from Louisiana, Texas, and Arkansas to Natchitoches to showcase their talent. The early contest were competitive from the initial tip and there were preps who definitely came to play. In this early report, let me review who stood out early in Prather Coliseum.

Tyler Ringgold Tyler Ringgold 6'7" | SF Southern Lab | 2023 State #182 Nation LA  (6’7" / Southern Lab / 2023) 

Ringgold got off to a hot start nailing and early three and never looked back.  His skill set is a versatile one and he had it all going during the early sessions.  Tyler was able to rebound and push during several occasions handling the ball like a smaller guard but in a 6’7" frame.  He attacked all post players off the dribble and finished with either hand.  Ringgold flashed good passing skills and sees the floor really well when he attacks the rim.  He finished his early session play with an emphatic dunk from a downhill attack.  Tyler went into his bag and showed us everything he has in his arsenal.  

Jalen Bolden Jalen Bolden 6'5" | SG Zachary | 2022 State LA  (6’5" / Zachary / 2022)

Bolden just puts so much pressure on defense when he is

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