2019 EJ Jackson came to MSHTV Camp with a reputation as a crafty guard who was nearly impossible to guard. Teammates and opponents alike posed for pictures with EJ throughout the weekend. The California point guard played his games in front of big crowds and impressed onlookers with his unique style.
Marcedus was the leading scorer at the 2015 MSHTV Camp. His performance at the camp caused such a buzz that he received 2 division one scholarship offers as a result. Leech is currently ranked 11th on the ESPN Class of 2019 basketball rankings with offers from Kansas, Florida, Missouri and others.
Zion Harmon dominated at the 2015 MSHTV Camp with his ball handling skills, court vision and deep three point range. After the camp Zion went on to play varsity high school basketball as a 7th grader and then made himself into an even bigger name on the AAU circuit by crushing the 17U EYBL circuit in the Spring and Summer.
Bryce Griggs is considered by many to be the top player in the Class of 2022. At the 2015 MSHTV Camp, Griggs was absolutely unstoppable against many of the top 6th graders from around the nation. Bryce has a combination of size, skill, and determination that make him a special player.
Carter Whitt had a breakout performance at the 2015 MSHTV Camp which earned him national recognition. Whitt showed slick ball handling and amazing court vision while playing against some of the 2021's top players. Whitt has continued to ascend since the MSHTV Camp and is now considered one of the top players in the Class of 2021.
Keion Brooks put on a show at the 2015 MSHTV Camp. The Class of 2019 prospect is ranked by many as a Top 15 player in the country. Brooks stepped out and hit three pointers, finished above the rim, and put in work on the defensive end.
Meechie Johnson brought a big time rep to the 2015 MSHTV Camp and he backed it up repeatedly with his play throughout the weekend in Indianapolis. Meechie hit NBA threes, dropped no look dimes, and showed off an incredible handle. It was a pleasure to have one of the top guards in the Class of 2021 at our first camp.
Jordan Toles has long been known as an explosive athlete, but at the 2015 MSHTV Camp he showed that he has crazy bounce AND a lot of skill. Toles broke defenders down off the dribble, hit outside jumpers, and, of course, finished with power above the rim.
Skyy Clark came to the MSHTV Camp from California and made himself a national name. While he had been doing work on the West Coast, his trip to Indiana showed the national media that he belonged amongst the top players in the Class of 2022.
Jaden Springer is one of the nation's top players in the Class of 2020 and he was dominant at MSHTV Camp. The rising 9th grader has always played with an intensity that is unmatched. At our 2015 camp he showed that he belonged amongst the top players in the country and has potential to be the best player in the nation.
Joe Bamisile burst onto the national scene at the 2015 MSHTV Camp. The Class of 2020 prospect had been doing well regionally, but he caught fire at our camp and became a prospect who is now considered Top 20 in the country.
Chicago brought many of it's top players to the 2015 MSHTV Camp. The contingent from the Windy City brought a toughness and grit to the camp that made everything more competitive. Some of the top performers included Amari Bailey, Khoi Thurmon, Jaylen Drane, Michael Price, Adam Miller, Nimari Burnett, Marquise Walker, Jalen Butler, Keon Richardson, Malik Tidwell, Ramone Woods, and many other talented players