Marquis Gatewood PF – 6’8 – PC West - 2018
Gatewood continues to improve; the big guy shows soft hands and a wiliness to run the floor very well for his size. Gatewood showed the ability to finish around the basket through contact and showed the ability to be a good rebounder. Gatewood would will be a great addition to protect the rim and make coach Lenny Bert already tough style on defense.
Tyre Pinder PG – 5’8 – Broken Arrow - 2018
Pinder had a good camp; he continues to demonstrate his ability to be a pure point guard, running the show, directing team mates in the right direction. He also just made the open shots when given the opportunities, in addition to keeping the ball moving. Pinder leadership ability is immeasurable to a team, who is a great locker room and glue guy. Pinder will be a part of a loaded BA Tigers team that will make a strong run for the Gold ball in 6A.
Greg Thomas PG – 5’9 – PC West - 2018
Thomas simply outworks most as his game continues to improve, most notably his three ball. Thomas is constantly in attack mode and looked much more comfortable taking critical shots. He plays with a lot of energy and showed sound leadership skills.
Julian Smith PG – 6’0 – Sapulpa - 2019
Smith has the ability to play on of the ball. Smith is emerging as a point that has the ability to score at a high level. Smith strong frame allows him to play downhill and absorb contact as he wheels and deals his way to the basket. His long range ball is consistent and can make tough shots from distance. Smith has good basketball IQ and does a good job communicating to his team mates. Look for Smith to have a tremendous year now that much of the scoring load will be on him. The offers should start pouring in for Smith.
Camryn Dennis SG – 6’2 – Broken Arrow - 2019
Dennis is a smoother operator on the basketball court; he is elite at attacking the basket with his nice length and explosive athleticism. Dennis also has a nice mid-range game in can knock down the three ball with consistency. He showed the ability to be a willing passer and demonstrate a nice feel for the game. Dennis also showed the ability to be a good defender and rebounder. Dennis will be a part of the BA Tigers who will compete for a Gold ball in 6A this school year.
Terry Green SG – 6’2 – Tulsa Edison - 2019
Green is a good looking athlete, has a good package of athleticism, size, and a high motor. Green also demonstrated a good set of skills to be a slasher and get to the basket with his quick first step. Green also showed the ability to be a willing defender. Green should be a vital part of the Eagles run in 5A this upcoming season.
Monroe Darrgh-Harris SG – 6’1 – OKC Storm - 2019
Harris is a crafty guard who looks to be in attack mode downhill. He has a great change of pace dribble and a good feel for the game. He is fearless and loves to compete. Defensively he looked to challenged the top guy, just from a pure competitive stand point. Harris showed a strong dribble and the ability to facilitate
Tre Carolina PG – 6’0 – Mid West City - 2019
Carolina has a nice strong built who loves the physical play. He plays downhill and has a good feel for the game. His change of direction dribble is as effective as any in the class as well as his confidence on both ends of the floor. Did not see Carolina shoot it as much, but his form shows that he is comfortable shooting the ball from the perimeter. With Keyshawn departure, Carolina should get valuable playing time for the Bombers in 6A.
Jalen Rainey SF – 6’3 – PC West - 2019
Rainey has a great physical stature, at first glance he look likes he should be on the grid iron. Rainey was one of the most explosive individuals at the camp. Throwing down wind mills and other spectacular dunks or dunk attempts. Rainey finishes well around the basket and enjoys the contact while mixing it up. Rainey will add to the depth of PC West as they make another run for the Gold Ball in 6A.
Traejon Davis SF – 6’5 – HFC Warriors - 2020
Davis game is clearly maturing offensively; you can see his offensive game maturing. His perimeter ball is falling at a more consistent rate, his ball handling is tightening up and his explosion vertically has improved. Davis scored at will and had some monster dunks in traffic for everyone to take notice. Davis can play 1 – 4 comfortably and has a good feel for finishing around the cup as well as anyone in any class in the state of Oklahoma. Defensively he is a strong rim protector and hooks it up on defense. Davis will be the leader of HFC as they battle for a national title in Home school.
Rondale Walker PG – 6’2 – PC West - 2020
Walker is your pure point guard who thinks past first and making the players around him better. His feel for the game is great along with his vision and basketball IQ will keep him among the elite. Rondale already has good length for the PG position, but he can also take the game over offensively and score in bunches. Walker can play on and of the ball. This is evident from his 52 game outbursts over the summer in a highly competitive environment. Walker will only get better as he gets stronger and will be a pivotal part of PC West run in 6A this year.
Eric Robertson SG 6’2 – Broken Arrow - 2020
Robertson showed the ability to score the ball primarily from the mid-range area. He has the unique ability to find his sweet spot and make shots that may seem tough, but very comfortable to him. Robertson is showed that he is more of a north to south type player and does not waste much energy with the dribble. Robertson will be on the radar for the 2020 class, with his continued improvement.
Marques Warrior Jr CG – 6’2 – PC West – 2020
Warrior was one of the toughest players at the camp on both ends of the floor. He is just seems to have so much fun playing the game and creating havoc on the defensive side of the ball for opponents . Warrior showed the ability to score on all three levels and was knocking down the 3 ball consistently. His on the ball defense is tough as nails, and has the ability to facilitate the team and make players around him better. Warrior will be a part of the tough defensive minded PC West as they make their Gold Ball run in class 6A
Hunter Hoggatt SF – 6’5 – Sapulpa – 2020
Hoggatt was one of the purest shooters at the camp, at one point he knocked down eight three points in one half of basketball. Hoggatt was dropping shots from all over the court “He was in the Zone”. Through the camp everything he put up look like was going into the basket. Hunter also showed some toughness and the ability to be a rebounder and play defense. Hunter also showed the ability to put the ball on the floor to get space for his shot. Hunter will be a vital part of the Sapulpa team who will be starting a new ear under coach Rickey Bruner.
Tyler Pinder PG – 5’10 – Broken Arrow – 2021
Pinder is a good looking athlete, he has a strong frame and very explosive with a strong base. Pinder is a pass first PG, who enjoys making the players around him better and plays with a smile on his face. Pinder ability to score from all three levels while having a great basketball IQ and vision makes him fun to watch. Pinder showed his ability to shoot the long ball with accuracy, play downhill and finish around the cup, and create space for his mid-range. Pinder is a willing defender on the ball and loves to dig in to the opposing player. Pinder will be a part of a loaded Broken Arrow Tigers, who will compete for the Gold Ball in 6A this year.
Anthony Pritchard SG – 5’9 – Tulsa Webster - 2021
Pritchard is what you consider a natural scorer, his ability to shoot the ball is among the top in his class. He has a nice feel for the game and lights up when he has the ball in his hands. Pritchard also has a nice handle and is a willing passer. Pritchard will get heavy minutes this year at Webster because of a small roster, but more importantly he can put the ball in the whole at a high rate.
Kendall Daniels SG – 6’2 – Beggs – 2021
Daniels is a nice looking wing with a sweet stroke. Daniels has nice size and feel for the game offensively. He showed some flair for the mid-range game and played downhill some, but he always remained tough while on the floor. He played some tough on the ball defense and used his length well against opposing guards. Daniels should have a productive year for Beggs basketball.
James Locke – SG – 6’2 – Carl Albert - 2021
Locke is very graceful in his movement, but the kid can score from three levels comfortably. He can slash with the best of them and has a good nose for the ball. Locke can shoot the long ball at a good percentage and can facilitate. His vision is sound along with a good IQ. Lock also has a good frame and will be a tough handle as his game matures. Locke is a part of a strong class of 2021 for Carl Albert.
Amos Gaines PG – 5’9 – 2021
Gaines is a sound PG with a good feel for the position; he demonstrated good leadership throughout the camp. Gaines was able to get to various spots on the court to create shots for himself. He showed the ability to knock down open threes with space. Gaines will be an important part of Beggs as they make a run in state this season.
Ray McGrit PG – 5’9 – Beggs – 2021
Mcgrit showed great speed in pushing the ball while under control. He attack the basket well drawing the defense and dropping it off to the open man. McGrit was also tough on defense, picking up 94 feet making things difficult for the opposing player. He also showed an effective mid-range shot.
Sean Dye PF – 6’4 – Shawnee - 2021
Dye is has a strong wide built and that clears space in the paint. Dye is just a workman in the paint. He showed the ability to face up and attack the basket and finish through contact. He is a fearless rebounder that has a good nose for the ball. Dye is a part of a strong 2021 class in Shawnee, who should make a good run at 5A for state in the next three years.
Drae Wood SF – 6’2 – 2021 – Shawnee
Wood is a very good athlete, who show good athleticism and plays well in transition. Wood plays well in the open court and finishes through contact. Defensively he hooks it up and mixes it up in the paint. A strong rebounder and has a good nose for the ball. Wood is also a part of the strong 2021 class at Shawnee who will make a strong run for state in a few years in 5A.
Dylan Slay SF 6’2 – Shawnee – 2021
Slay is an appropriate name because on the court he looks like he is slaying the opponents as he slashes to the basket. Slay has good body control and moves gracefully on the court. He has nice length and could be disruptive on defense. Slay will be a part of the strong 2021 class for Shawnee that will be strong contenders in years to come.
Hudson Chaplin 6’4 – Shawnee - 2021
Chaplin is pretty athletic with a strong built and gets up and down the court well. He showed the ability to face up and attack the basket and finish through contact. He is a fearless rebounder that has a good nose for the ball. Chaplin is a part of a strong 2021 class in Shawnee, who should make a good run at 5A for state in the next three years.
Christopher Zane 5’9 – Shawnee – 2021
Zane is a sound point guard who is comfortable making sure his team mates are getting good looks on offense. Zane showed the ability to be a good floor general and a willingness to be a good player on defense. Zane will be a part of the strong class of Shawnee in years to come.
Elijah Lena PG 5’9 – Shawnee – 2021
Lena had a good camp he showed a lot of poise and good feel for the game. Lena showed the ability to knock down shots with space and played tough on the defensive side of the ball. Lena is also a part of the strong class of 2021 in Shawnee.
Samuel Hill 5’10 – Enid – 2022
Hill was one of the younger campers present, but did not look uncomfortable. Hill has a good handle on the ball and just enjoys playing the game. He showed good poise and the ability to make the right play. He showed good basketball IQ and the ability to knock down the long ball. Hill as a nice frame also and plays tough. Hill has a strong upside and Enid has a nice upcoming prospect.
Zander Darius Baker Bluitt 5’6 – 2022
Bluitt showed his elite ball handling skills which was electrifying for his youthful age. He clearly has a strong handle on the ball and understands how to create space for his shot. Bluitt has a nice feel and a great IQ. He is on track to be an elite PG based on his sound ball skills. Bluitt is also tough as nails and was mixing it up with the elder classmen. Bluitt is a good one to watch!
Austin Bacy – 5’9 – 2022 – OKC
Bacy showed of his ability to really stroke the ball from long distance and a really good slasher. Bacy has a mature offensive game and shows a lot of confidence. With good size for the perimeter he will just have to keep developing his game and as he grows, so will his game. Bacy has the chance to be a really good combo guard.
Tadrian Davis SF 6’0 – 2023 – HFC Warriors
Davis has superb size and athleticism for his age. He has soft touch and finishes well around the basket with either hand. Davis plays with a beast mentality; he cleans up on the boards and can initiate the fast break because of his good handle on the ball. Davis can step away from the basket and make shots as well as beat defenders of the dribble for the mid-range. Davis future is bright.
Jaylen Lee – 5’7 – 2023 – Ft Smith Arkansas
Lee has a good feel for the game and displayed his ability to score comfortably from all three levels at time. Young in his game, Lee showed the ability to be a nice wing. Lee showed a lot of confidence at the camp, which gives him a competitive edge regardless who is on the floor with him.
Deuce Walden – 5’7 – 2023 – Ft Smith Arkansas
Walden is a tough nose competitor with a nice feel from long range. He showed a sound basketball IQ with a willingness to make the right play. Walden has good vision also and has a chance to be a solid perimeter player.
Michael Kates - 5’5 – 2024 – Wichita Kansas
Kates has a really nice stroke which was evident at the camp, he could stroke it from anywhere on the court with space. Kate showed a nice handle, but his change of pace was impressive. He showed good maturity for the PG position and dropped some nice dimes at the camp. Kates have the ability to be a good floor general as his game matures.
Austin Green – 5’7 – OKC
Green showed a nice feel for the game, he has good basketball IQ and very tough on the floor. He demonstrated the ability to knock down shots with space, but more importantly he consistently made the right play. Look forward to Green maturation on the court.