Lexington’s Sports Center played host to the Next Up Recruits Prospect Camp on Saturday and some players really stood out over the course of the day. This list does not include any players who aren’t from Kentucky. These are in no particular order.
, Western – The lead guard from Louisville played unselfishly and fed teammates for open looks all afternoon.
, Jeffersontown – The long and athletic guard showed the ability to score the ball at all levels.
, Moore – The recent transfer to Louisville looks like he could be a difference maker for the Mustangs.
, Central Hardin – The recent recipient of his first D1 offer, Brett backed up his standing with a good day at camp.
, Trinity – Walls does a little bit of everything and scores the ball efficiently, even in a camp setting.
, Ashland – The Boyd County transfer looked really good in the open court, scoring and distributing.
, Bowling Green – In a camp full of point guards, Wardlow stood out thanks to his abilities with the ball in his hands.
, Western – Ondre was trying to dunk everything (and succeeding most of the time) in the game I saw.
, Butler – Williams was a top standout in the 2024 group in my opinion. Big fan.
, Western Hills – The athletic forward played his way into the Top 40 All Star game.
, Lloyd Memorial – The bouncy guard earned two offers over the course of camp.
, Oldham County – Flashy but fundamental, Max was good all day long.
, Ohio County – The bruising post player didn’t back down from anyone all day long.
, Lexington Catholic – Scored the ball all over and flashed advanced passing skills.
, Woodford County – Probably the best performer at camp in my opinion.
, Apollo – First time seeing him and he is very talented. Future D1 player.
, Elizabethtown – Always solid. Ayden flashes big time potential at times.
, Lexington Catholic – His skill level has gotten much higher in the last year. One of Kentucky’s best prospects.
, Simon Kenton – Showed he can step out and knock down multiple threes at 7’3.
, PRP – Always tough. Should be a scholarship level player in college.
, Ballard – One of the best point guards at camp. Lightning quick.
, Douglass – Consistently making shots all day long.
, Henderson – Maybe the toughest guy to guard at camp because he’s always attacking.
, Ballard – Scored the ball all over the court in every game.
, Manual – Another super steady PG who backed up his D1 offers.
, Ballard – Wired to score. He scorched nets all day.
, DeSales – Fundamental with a little flashiness. He’s tough to guard.
, Mason County – Versatile forward who makes the right play consistently.
, Great Crossing – Played above the rim on both ends all day long.
, McCracken County – One of the best all around players I saw Saturday.
, GRC – Long and athletic, Trent dunked everything he could.
, DeSales – Crew can play 1-5 on offense and guard most of them on defense.
, GRC – Mr. MVP made the top 20 All Star game
, Spencer County – Baird showed he can create his offense and is a willing passer.
, West Jessamine – Played super hard and impacted winning for his team.
, Greenwood – In a camp full of scorers, Luke may have led the event in assists.