Chicago, IL- The Future 150 Camp made its debut in Naperville, Ill. just outside of the Windy City and players from five states were in attendance to show off their set of skills. Tracy Abrams, Ryan Boatright and Joshua Richardson were three players who shined while showcasing their ability against some of the best players the Midwest has to offer.
Edward Seay -(2012 Merriville H.S. IN) the 6-foot-8, 200-pound power forward was clearly the best overall prospect at the camp. His ability to play with his back to the basket and knock down the mid-range jumper made him stand out. Seay rebounds the ball extremely well, blocks shots with ease and has great touch. He should have plenty of high major offers when all is said and done.
Joshua Richardson -(2011-Sante Fe H.S. OK) the 6-foot-5, 180-pound small forward was perhaps the top athlete in attendance. The long rangy player runs the floor, blocks shots and can finish around the basket with either hand. Richardson uses his athleticism and mid range jumper consistently which makes him hard to defend.
Jeremiah Jones -(2011-Merriville H.S. IN) the 6-foot-3, 180-pound shooting guard loves to use his physical style of play and competitiveness to pressure opposing guard. Blessed with good athleticism and a high basketball IQ he has all the skills to exceed on the next level. He also has a great first step which allows him to penetrate the lane where he finishes with either hand.
Malcolm Hill-Bey (2012-Mount Carmel H.S., IL) the 5-foot-9, 160-pound point guard was the most electrifying player on the court when he had the ball in his hands. Using his quickness he could penetrate the lane at will where he would score or find an open teammate. Hill-Bey has impressive court awareness, vision and his mid-range jumper makes him even more dangerous.
Chris Harrison-Docks -(2012-Okemos H.S., MI) the 5-foot-11, 160-pound point guard is a crafty player with the ball in his hands and has a great feel for the game. He consistently made his jump shots and with his handle and ability to play either guard position he is a solid mid-major prospect.
Michael Messer -(2010-Lafeyette H.S. IN) the 6-foot-5, 195 pound combo forward is a strong player that can guard multiple positions on the floor. He was able to score from mid range as well as shoot the 3pt shot with consistency. Messer is a solid DI prospect.
Jacob Tolbert- (Notre Dame H.S. MO) the 6-foot-7, 185 pound small forward was one of the most aggressive and athletic players in the camp. He rebound's the ball well and uses his length and strong body to his advantage when scoring around the basket. Tolbert also has the ability to score at all three levels. He is a solid Mid Major player.
William Nickson-(2012-Plainfield South H.S. , IL) the 6-foot-7, 195 pound power forward was extremely impressive around the basket. He rebound's the ball well and can score with either hand. His athleticism allows him to block shots and he run the floor extremely well.
Raequin Lewis-(2011-Putnam City H.S., OK) the 6-foot-6, 165 pound small forward came ready to play as he scored from all three levels on the floor. He is very athletic and has good length which allows him to guard multiple position. Lewis is a solid DI prospect
Tracy Abrams -(2011-Mount Carmel H.S., IL) 6-foot-1, 180 pound shooting guard is a member of the Rivals 150, checking in at No. 73 in the country. His is an extremely physical guard that can score with contact. His athleticism allows him to score at all three levels. Abrams was the most consistent shooter at the camp from behind the 3pt arch. He has already committed to Illinois.
Ryan Boatright -(2011-East Aurora H.S., IL) 5-foot-10, 175 pound point guard is a member of the Rivals Top 150 where he is ranked the No. 69 overall prospect He has elite ball handling skills, a good feel for the game and is extremely quick with the ball in his hands. He can score in bunches and shoots the 3pt shot well. Boatright is a good defender and sees the floor well. He has offers from Wake Forest and Miami and is also receiving interest from Kentucky and Tennessee.
Devon Hodges -(2011-Romeoville H.S., IL) the 6-foot-7, 205 pound small forward Wisconsin commit can play with his back to the basket as well as turn and face. He shoots the ball well from mid-range. Hodges is extremely long which allows him to guard bigger players around the basket.
Jeremy Newton-(2010-Crain Tech H.S., Chicago, IL) the 6-foot-4, 190 pound small forward is very athletic and can score from all three levels on the floor. He has a quick first step that allows him to get to the basket and finish. Newton can defend multiple positions and projects as a solid Mid Major prospect.
John Colao-(2010-Libertyville H.S.) is a 6-foot-3, 165 pound shooting guard that has a great feel for the game. He plays extremely fundamental and has good athleticism when running the floor. His ability to shoot the 3pt shot with consistency makes him a solid DI prospect.