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October 22, 2009Atlanta, GA- The Future 150 National High School camp tipped off last Saturday morning and players from 12 different states were in attendance. Over 100 players were invited from six regional Future 150 camps across the country. More than 40 high major prospects were in attendance along with members of the Rivals150.
The festivities started with the combine testing where the players were tested on straight line speed, tri-cone slide shuttle, change of direction shuttle and no step vertical leap. The camp continued with 5-on-5 play and a top 40 and top 20 All-Star games on Sunday afternoon as the camp came to a close.
Jarnell Stokes- (Central H.S.- Memphis, TN) the 6-foot-8 inch, 235 pound power forward may have been the top prospect at the camp. As a player who can play with his back to the basket and can turn and face, Stokes is the complete package. He plays above the rim when attacking the basket and rebounding the ball. Perhaps the most impressive attribute he has is his ability to put the ball on the floor. He has the ability to finish with contact which usually results into the 3 pt play. Stokes holds offers from Ole Miss, Memphis, Miss St., Oregon St. and Tennessee.
Devonta Pollard-(Kemper County H.S.-Meridian, MS) the 6-foot-7 inch, 185 pound power forward is a long, rangy and athletic prospect that can score with either hand around the basket. His quick bounce and explosiveness allows him to play above the rim, block shots and rebound the ball. The high major prospect proved that he has the ability to knock down shots from 15 to 18 feet with consistency. Pollard is receiving interest from Miss St., Ole Miss, Alabama, and Georgia.
Cameron Golden-(Ridgeway H.S.-Memphis, TN) the 6-foot-1 inch, 160 pound point guard is athletic and has the ability to score at all three levels on the floor. His overall speed and quick feet allow him to defend both guard positions. He shoots the 3-point shot extremely well and with added strength should have the ability to improve his on ball defense. Golden has a great feel for the game and is smart when manipulating the defensive player. He can get in the lane and finish over much bigger players at the rim with the best of them. He is a high major prospect.
Brandon Bolden- (Sumter County H.S.- Sumter, SC) the 6-foot-9 inch, 180 pound power forward is a long player that has great athleticism and runs the floor well. The lefty is a turn and face player that shoots the ball well from 15 feet. His length allows him to guard bigger players on defense and block shots with ease. With added strength and weight, Bolden is definitely a high major prospect.
Charles Mitchell-(Wheeler H.S.-Marietta, GA) the 6-foot-7 inch, 230 pound power forward has the ability to score inside or with a mid-range jumper. The big bodied player doesn't mind mixing it up in the paint on either end of the floor. His ability to score with a variety of moves that consist of a right and left hand jump hook, turn and face jump shot and off the dribble drive drop step clearly made him one of the top overall prospects in the camp. Mitchell has received offers from Western Kentucky, Auburn, Clemson, Georgia and receiving interest from North Carolina St., UNC, Virginia, and Alabama.
Jordan Adams-(Central Gwinnett H.S., Lawrenceville, GA) the 6-foot-4 inch 200 pound shooting guard is a big bodied player that has the ability to make the mid range and 3 point shot with consistency. His ability to handle the ball allows him to get by his defender and score at the rim. Adams is receiving interest from GT, Florida St. Miami, Kentucky, Oklahoma St. and Vanderbilt.
Craig Bradshaw-(Greenbrier H.S. Greenbrier, TN) the 6-foot-2 inch 170 pound point guard has a great feel and pace to his game. His overall athleticism allows him to defend both guard positions and get to the rim and finish with contact. He sees the floor well and makes it easy for his teammates to score. Bradshaw is receiving interest from Tennessee Tech, Belmont, and Lipscomb.
D'Airrius Sorrell-(Central H.S.-Memphis, TN) the 6-foot-6 inch, 185 pound small forward is explosive player who is blessed with a long wing span. He handles the ball well and sees the entire floor in transition. His length allows him to guard multiple positions and score over his defender. Sorrell had the highlight of the camp as he showed his athleticism when he attacked the rim and dunked the ball on a player while drawing contact. He is receiving interest from Ole Miss, Virginia, UAB, Georgia, Missouri, Alabama, and Oklahoma.
Tony Parker (Miller Grove H.S.- Miller Grove, GA) the 6-foot-8 inch, 245 pound center has a big body and showed his ability to finish. He proved to be a good rebounder on both ends of the floor. Parker's ability to play with his back to the basket in the low post shows why he is considered by many to be one of the top big men in the 2012 class. He has offers from Tennessee, Georgia Tech, Oregon St. and Georgia. Duke and North Carolina are also showing interest.
Demarc Richardson-(Briarcrest H.S.-Memphis, TN) the 6-foot-2, 170 pound combo guard has the ability to breakdown defenders with his quickness. He is very explosive when attacking the rim. He runs the floor well and has a nice mid-range game. He is a solid DI prospect. Richardson is receiving interest from Memphis, and Ole Miss.
JaCorey Williams (Minor H.S.- Birmingham, AL) the 6-foot-7 inch 170 pound small forward is a wiry athlete that plays hard on both ends of the floor. His jumper is improving as he shot the ball well this weekend. Even though his build is slight, Williams has the ability to guard multiple positions on the floor. He uses his length to his advantage when attacking the basket. Williams can score at all three levels and sees the entire floor in transition. He is receiving interest from Alabama, Georgia, Tennessee, Ole Miss and Auburn.
Mario Stramaglia (Mountain Brook H.S.-Birmingham, AL) the 5-foot-11 inch 175 pound point guard was one of the best athletes in the camp. His 38-inch vertical leap was the best by 3-inches in the combine testing. His overall strength and athleticism allows him to guard both guard positions. He has a good feel for the game and has the ability to attack and finish at the rim. His best asset is his ability to make the long range 3 pt shot with consistency. Stramagila is receiving interest from UAB, Arkansas, Oregon St. and Samford.
Shaquille Goodwin (SW Dekalb H.S., Dekalb, GA)- the 6-foot-8 inch 210 pound power forward scored well around the block but also stepped out and knocked down a few jumpers from 15 and 20 feet. He has the ability to handle the ball in transition and sees the floor. For a player his size, Goodwin runs well and can finish at the rim with contact. A very good looking prospect Goodwin is a likely high major prospect.
David Howard-(Montgomery Bell Academy-Nashville, TN) the 6-foot-7 inch 230 pound power forward is a big bodied player that plays strong around the rim. He shoots the face up jumper and rebounds well. He plays hard on both ends of the floor. Howard is receiving early interest from Belmont, Lipscomb and Morehead State.
Chris Davenport-(SACA- Atlanta, GA) the 6-foot-7 inch 195 pound power forward was one of the younger players that attend the camp. His strength and athleticism allowed him to hold his own against a talented big men group. He is blessed with good hands and a soft touch around the rim. Davenport has the look as a high major prospect.
Dietrick Mostella-(Austin H.S.-Decatur, AL) the 6-foot-2 inch 165 pound point guard is a tall rangy athlete. His strength is getting to the basket off penetration. He has a good feel for the game and great body control when driving to the basket. With an improving long range jumper, the sky is the limit. Mostella is a future high major prospect.