Francis Okoro won the 2015 MSHTV Camp Dunk Contest. The high flying 2019 prospect narrowly defeated AAU teammate Marcedus Leech in the finals. Chris Moore and Jordan Toles, who are both 2020 prospects, put forth big time efforts in the opening round as well.
Ty Freeman provided professional photography of the participants throughout the 2015 MSHTV Camp and will be returning to capture images at the 2016 Camp
The 2015 MSHTV Camp featured many of the top players in the country including
2022 - Bryce Griggs, Chris Livingston, Amari Bailey, Jaden Bradley, Jaylen Drane, Michael Price, Skyy Clark, Robert Martin, Paul McMillian, Dylan Glover, Ashton Henderson, Mason Manning, KJ Smith, Khoi Thurmon (2023), John Mobley (2024)
2021 - Zion Harmon, Carter Whitt, Khalil Brantley, Ryan Conway, Meechie Johnson, Keon Henderson, Kennedy Chandler, Paris Dawson, Noah Peeples, Kevin "Boopie" Miller, Keyon Menifield Jr, Makail Cottingham
2020 - Jordan Toles, Jaden Springer, AJ Hoggard, Joe Bamisile, Jaemyn Brakefield, Justin Lewis, Chris Moore, Brayton Bailey, Cameron Byers, Ray Tyler, Inaki Alvarez, Brevin Jefferson, Emmanuel Okpomo, Nimari Burnett, Michael Saunders Jr
2019 - Marcedus Leech, Keion Brooks, Francis Okoro, EJ Jackson, Marquise Walker, Dexter Shouse, Judah Jordan, Gerard Mungo, Justin Galea, Cameron Alford
The 2016 Camp will have many of top young players in the country in attendance once again. Measure yourself against the best and see where you stack up.
The 2015 MSHTV Camp was covered by many of the top videographers in the country. Videos from the camp have over 2 million views on social media. The 2016 Camp will have even more video coverage.
SLAM Magazine, Coast 2 Coast Preps, P2 BBall, Next Up Recruits, Buckeye Prep, and many other youth basketball outlets were on hand at the 2015 MSHTV Camp. The 2016 MSHTV Camp will have more media coverage than any youth basketball event in the country. Below are some articles from the 2015 camp.
Players came from 27 states and two regions of Canada for the last MSHTV Camp. Players came from as far away as California, Washington, Ontario, British Columbia, Texas, Utah, and Florida. The 2016 Camp will give young athletes a chance to compete with players from around the United States and measure themselves against the best players in the country.
A Game Sports created a quality reversible jersey for the 2015 MSHTV Camp and they will once again be supplying the camp with unique uniforms in 2016. All players get to take home their jersey and shorts. The 2016 uniforms will be the same color scheme with a new design.