Posted On: 09/24/21 1:32 PM

August 30th-31st Justin Vargas and I put on the 5th annual Southwest Basketball Camp at the Phhacility in Phx, AZ. 

66 players from Arizona and Texas battled it out. 8 teams with 8-9 players each.

Each team played 5 games with a possible All-Star game. The All-Star games lived up to the hype with many coaches walking away impressed with what they saw. The younger talent was pretty obvious. 

 

Let’s take a deeper look at who stood out at 30 different categories:

Co-MVP’s:

Styles Phipps Styles Phipps 6'2" | PG St Mary's | 2024 State AZ St. Mary’s

Adam Njie Jr Adam Njie Jr 6'3" | CG Eduprize | 2024 State AZ Eduprize 

 

Top-40 MVP:

Cohen Ferguson Cohen Ferguson 6'0" | SG Campo Verde | 2024 State AZ Campo Verde

 

Best passer:

Kota Benson Kota Benson 6'0" | PG Mesa | 2023 State AZ Mesa

 

Fastest end to end:

Yarell Greer Yarell Greer 5'10" | PG Higley | 2023 AZ Higley 

 

Top on-ball senior defender:

Jamison Crispin Jamison Crispin 6'0" | PG LFPA Gilbert | 2022 State AZ LFPA

 

Top on-ball junior defender:

Yarell Greer Yarell Greer 5'10" | PG Higley | 2023 AZ Higley 

 

Most versatile seniors:

Cade Holzman Cade Holzman 6'7" | PF Bella Vista Prep | 2022 AZ Bella Vista Prep

Dwayne Porter Dwayne Porter 6'3" | SF Valley Vista | 2022 State AZ Valley Vista 

Anderson Wilson Anderson Wilson 6'4" | SG Mountain Pointe | 2022 State AZ Mountain Pointe 

 

Most versatile junior:

Corey Wood Corey Wood 6'7" | SF ALA-Ironwood | 2023 State AZ ALA-Ironwood 

 

Best upperclassman athletes:

Dwayne Porter Dwayne Porter 6'3" | SF Valley Vista | 2022 State AZ Valley Vista 

Charles Temple Charles Temple 6'1" | SG Bella Vista Prep | 2022 State AZ Bella Vista Prep

 

Best underclassman athletes:

Noah Suwunmi Noah Suwunmi 6'4" | SF Paradise Valley | 2024 State AZ

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