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UA: Eight breakout players

THE RIVALS150: 2016 | 2017
Eric AyalaClick CHARLOTTE -- The first-ever Under Armour All-America Camp Powered by begins Tuesday at Queens University. While many players in attendance have already cemented their reputations, the opportunity to play in front of college coaches and scouts against high-level competition could allow players to put themselves on the map. Rising senior forward Jeriah Horne is one of eight players that appear primed to raise his stock.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-4 SG, Wilmington (Del.) Sanford School
Nickeil Alexander-WalkerClick A combo guard from the class of 2017 who has a herky-jerky style off the dribble that features many changes of pace and lots of stopping and going, Ayala is a creative scorer off the dribble. If his jumper is consistent and he shows he can play some point against high level competition, his stock could soar.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-5 SF, St. Louis (Mo.) Christian
Greg FloydClick An import from Canada, Alexander-Walker was impressive on the 16U level of the Under Armour Association playing for Canada Elite. A good athlete and shooter, Alexander-Walker can turn high major interest into offers with a big showing at this camp.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-7 SF, Las Vegas (Nev.) Desert Pines
Jeriah HorneClick For the past few months, Floyd has racked up a large amount of scholarship offers. However, not many have seen him play. If he's as good as his offer sheet, he could vault into the national rankings for 2017.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-6 PF, Kansas City (Mo.) Barstow
Daniel MadingClick Unlike some who insist on playing on the perimeter, Horne is good with being a slightly undersized power forward with a high skill level. He can make mid-range jumpers, is a very good passer and rebounder. Kansas State was the first high major to offer and more could follow soon.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-8 PF, Wolfeboro (N.H.) Brewster
Khavon MooreClick When last saw Mading in September, he was a skinny 6-foot-7 combo forward with promise but not a lot of production. Latest whispers say he could have grown to as tall as 6-foot-10 and that things are coming together for the 2017 four man.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-7 SF, Macon (Ga.) Westside
Charles PaytonClick One of the youngest players in camp, class of 2018's Moore has a big rep in the Southeast. He's been dubbed as a do-it-all wing with size and athleticism and one to watch as a potentially elite prospect.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-6 SF, Bloomington (Ill.) Central
Rashond SalnaveClick Playing for the Illinois Wolves, the rising junior had an outstanding spring on the 16U circuit of the UA Association. Tough and hard working, he will be out to prove that his game translates against older players.Here to view this Link., 6-foot-2 SG, Brooklyn (N.Y.) Cardozo
A tough New York City guard, Salnave can score in bunches. Does he have the ability to slide over and play some point? At 205 pounds, his body is college-ready.