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Future 150 recap

BOLIVAR, Tenn.- The Memphis areas is renowned for being one of the nation's hotbeds of basketball talent. At the latest Future 150 Camp, Memphis was well represented by the likes of Cedrick McAfee and others.
Cedrick McAfee (2011)- The 6-foot-2 point guard was one of the top players at the camp. His athleticism allowed him to get in the lane and finish anytime he wanted. He also knocked down the 3 pointer with regularity as his game continues to blossom.
Cameron Golden (2012)- The 6-foot-1 point guard shinned at the Atlanta Future 150 Camp and came out once again to show his ability to finish at the rim with either hand. His overall quickness and athleticism makes him a handful to defend. Golden is receiving interest from Memphis, Ole Miss, and Tennessee.
K.C. Ross-Miller (2010)- Miller's quickness was on display as he dominated his defender and finished at the rim. He also knocked down the long and midrange jumper.
D'Airrius Sorrell (2012)- The 6-foot-6 small forward is a long rangy player that has the ability to play multiple positions. His overall length enables him to block shots and finish easily at the rim. If Sorrell adds more consistency to his long range jumper to go with his mid range game, the sky is the limit.
Bobby Parks Jr. (2011)- The 6-foot-4 shooting guard was knocking down the three-pointer with regularity. Physically developed, Parks can guard multiple positions and finish at the rim as well. Parks also has a great feel for the game and has a nose for the ball as a rebounder.
Ryan Pierson (2010)- The 6-foot-10 center dominated the paint on the offensive and defensive ends of the court. Pierson's advanced footwork in the low post and touch from the midrange make him a legitimate scoring threat. He also has a knack for starting the fastbreak off his defensive rebounds.He has an offer from Wisconsin-Milwaukee and interest from Detroit and Murray State. High majors might want to take a long look.
John Ross Glover (2012)- The 6-foot-3 shooting guard used his athleticism to finish inside and out. He has a very fundamental game and plays extremely smart as he made his teammates better.
Jonathan Jefferson (2011)- The 6-foot-5 small forward was a dominant rebounder as he consistently played above the rim. Jefferson shot the ball well from midrange and finished everything around the basket.
Jordan Wilson (2011)- The 6-foot-1 combo guard was very impressive as he scored from all three levels. His overall quickness and athleticism allows him to guard multiple positions. Wilson has interest from Southern Illinois, Missouri, Wichita State and Eastern Kentucky.
Chris Jones (2012)- The 6-foot-2 guard was definitely one of the quickest guards at the camp. His overall athleticism allows him to finish at the rim with both hands. He already has a quality midrange scoring game and is in the process of developing his range as a shooter.
Kendall Anthony (2011)- The 5-foot-10 point guard was very electric with the ball in his hands as he dished it out to teammates and knocked down midrange shots. He also used his superb quickness to make plays on the defensive end. He is receiving interest from Murray State, Lipscomb, Wright State, Old Dominion and Cleveland State.
Darrian Gray (2010)- The 6-foot-4 shooting guard impressed with his ability to knockdown three-pointers. A good athlete, Gray also made plays around the rim. He is receiving interest from Ole Miss, Arkansas, Missouri, Missouri State and Northern Iowa.
Greg Womack (2010)- The 6-foot-5 shooting guard was the top shooter at the camp. He also rebounded the ball well. A high IQ player, Womack is receiving interest from Stephen F. Austin.