2013 Future All-American All-Stars

Super Soph Black All-Stars


NameHeightSchoolCity, StateGraduation Year
Donovan Love6-2New HamptonNew Hampton, N.H.2016
Curtis Jones6-3Paul VIFairfax, Va.2016
Kendrick Gray6-4North Country UnionNewport, Vt.2016
Justin Gorham6-5Calvert HallBaltimore, Md.2016
Sedee Keita6-8Vermont AcademySaxtons River, Vt.2016
Temple Gibbs6-1Seton Hall PrepWest Orange, N.J.2016
Christian Vital6-1Vermont AcademySaxtons River, Vt.2016
DeAndre Hunter6-4Friends CentralWynnewood, Pa.2016
Marsellis Purvis6-7LC ByrdChesterfield, Va.2016
Joe Hampton 6-6DeMathaHyattsville, Md.2016
Nazeer Bostick6-4Math, Civics & SciencePhiladelphia, Pa.2016

Super Soph White All-Stars


NameHeightSchoolCity, StateGraduation Year
Jabri McCall6-2Martin Luther KingPhiladelphia, Pa.2016
Vaughn Covington6-1Neumann-GorettiPhiladelphia, Pa.2016
Anthony Lamb6-5Greece AthenaRochester, N.Y.2016
Jalen Melvin6-8Paul VIFairfax, Va.2016
Alani Moore5-9DeMathaHyattsville, Md.2016
DeVonte Green6-1Our Savior New AmericanCentereach, N.Y.2016
Kaleb Bishop6-5St. Peter's PrepJersey City, N.J.2016
Austin Harriott6-5Germantown FriendsPhiladelphia, Pa.2016
Kassoum Yakwe6-7St. Mary'sManhassett, N.Y.2016
Omari Spellman6-7MiddletownMiddletown, N.Y.2016
Unique McLean6-1Hoosac SchoolHoosick, N.Y.2016
Super Soph Black 87, Super Soph White 63
The Black All-Stars took a commanding lead in the first quarter and never let down, leading to an 87-63 victory in the Super Sophomore All-Star game.

Vital and Black All-Stars jumped out to a 20-12 lead in the first quarter and never looked back. By halftime, they led 41-30 and expanded their lead to 23 points with four minutes left in the final quarter.

2016 guard Christian Vital (Vermont Academy) was named the All-Star game MVP following an impressive scoring performance that included multiple passes that led to easy looks at the basket for his teammates. –@AndrewKoob

Underclass Black All-Stars


NameHeightSchoolCity, StateGraduation Year
Aaron Thompson5-8Paul VIFairfax, Va.2017
Donald Flores5-8St. Raymond'sBronx, N.Y.2017
D.J. Mitchell6-3DeMathaHyattsville, Md.2017
Losini Kamara6-2Long Island LutheranLong Island, N.Y.2017
Marcus McCleary6-3 The Patrick SchoolElizabeth, N.J.2017
Quade Green5-11Neumann-GorettiPhiladelphia, Pa.2017
David Beatty6-3Archbishop CarrollWayne, Pa.2017
Jordan Tucker6-5White PlainsWhite Plains, N.Y.2017
Myles Douglas6-5FriendsBaltimore, Md.2017
Mohammed Bamba6-7Cardigan Mountain SchoolCanaan, N.H.2017

Underclass White All-Stars


NameHeightSchoolCity, StateGraduation Year
Khalief Crawford6-2Hudson CatholicJersey City, N.J.2017
Deondre Bourne6-1St. JeromeBrooklyn, N.Y.2017
Jamir Harris6-0The Patrick SchoolElizabeth, N.J.2017
Lonnie Walker6-3ReadingReading, Pa.2017
Quinton Drayton6-2DeMathaHyattsville, Md.2017
Tremont Waters5-9South KentSouth Kent, Conn.2017
Nate Pierre-Louis6-2St. Peter's PrepJersey City, N.J.2017
Patrick Strzala6-4Hudson CatholicJersey City, N.J.2017
Sidney Wilson6-5St. Raymond'sBronx, N.Y.2017
Christopher Coalmon6-6St. Mary'sManhassett, N.Y.2017
Underclass Black 82, Underclass White 76
The Underclass Black All-Stars came out on top after pulling away in the second half with an 82-76 victory over the Underclass White All-Stars.

The two teams were evenly matched in the first half. The first quarter ended in favor of the Black All-Stars by one point, but the White All-Stars were able to take a 36-33 lead heading into the second half.

The Black All-Stars were not only able to erase the smaller deficit, but was able to jump out to a ten-point lead by the end of the third quarter. The White All-Stars gave all they had, but failed to make the final push that would have given them the victory.

2017 guard Tremont Waters (South Kent, Conn.) was named the MVP of the game, using his speed to push the tempo and race past defenders on his way to the basket. –@AndrewKoob

Fab Frosh Black All-Stars


NameHeightSchoolCity, StateGraduation Year
Matthew Kachelries5-9EmmausEmmaus, Pa.2017
Tyheem Bruno5-10Hudson CatholicJersey City, N.J.2017
Devin Clyburn6-3Rectory SchoolNew York, N.Y.2017
Jake Livingston6-3Fox ChapelPittsburgh, Pa.2017
Isiah Carpenter6-7Notre DameLawrence, N.J.2017
Tre Wood5-10Sheridan SchoolWashington, D.C.2018
David Kachelries5-9EmmausEmmaus, Pa.2017
Ahmad Wimbush6-2ImhotepPhiladelphia, Pa.2017
Maleek McKnight6-1MaristBayonne, N.J.2017
Kevin Davis5-11Namesmond RiverSuffolk, Va.2017

Fab Frosh White All-Stars


NameHeightSchoolCity, StateGraduation Year
Cameron Norman5-10Severn SchoolSevern Park, Md.2017
LeAndre Washington6-0TeaneckTeaneck, N.J.2017
Zach Bruno6-2William AllenAllentown, Pa.2017
Taj Benning6-0Bergen CatholicOradel, N.J.2017
Mitchell Phillips6-4Timberlane MSPennington, N.J.2017
Daron Russell5-9ImhotepPhiladelphia, Pa.2017
Ryan Allen5-11DeMathaHyattsville, Md.2017
Jordan Thomas6-2M.S. 61Brooklyn, N.Y.2017
Myles Dread6-3Glenelg Country SchoolEllicott City, Md.2018
Nazreon Reid6-6Asbury Park MSAsbury Park, N.J.2018
Fab Frosh Black 83, Fab Frosh White 80
The Fab Frosh All-Star game was nice exhibition between some of the session’s top rising ninth graders, but a pretty talented up and coming eighth grader stole the show. Myles Dread (Glenelg Country School 2018) poured in 15 points to take home the game’s MVP honors and help Team Black defeat Team White 83-80.

“It was cool I really liked the competition. All these guys can really play. I made a few shots from three and couple other tough baskets. Overall I played as well as I could,” the humble Dread said of his outing.

While the game featured mostly freshman, there were a few exceptions made for eighth graders that had the capability and talent to play among the older competition. Throughout the week Dread’s play proved that he was more than worthy of receiving Fab Frosh All-Star consideration.

Class of 2017 guard Kevin Davis (Noreview HS, Va. 2017) posted the game-high in points as he finished with 20 points. Freshman Jordan Thomas (M.S. 61, N.Y) also gave solid contributions as he dropped in 15 points of his own for Team Black. –@CabWashington

Jr. Elite Black All-Stars


NameHeightSchoolCity, StateGraduation Year
Darius Kinnel5-10Charles Lewis MSBlackwood, N.J.2018
Montez Mathis6-1MagnoliaJappa, Md.2018
Lucas Warhaftig5-9EnglewoodEnglewood, N.J.2018
Aaron Clarke5-11St. Pius X MSMontville, N.J.2018
Luther Muhammed6-0St. Benedict'sNewark, N.J.2018
DeJourn Cook6-4Richfield ParkRichfield Park, N.J.2019
Armani Sexton6-3P.S. 10Paterson, N.J.2018
Jaquay James5-9EnglewoodEnglewood, N.J.2018
D'Marco Baucum6-4Washington JesuitWashington, D.C.2018
Rasir Bolton5-8Life Church AcademyRichmond, Va.2018
Hector Dixon5-5ReadingReading, Pa.2018

Jr. Elite White All-Stars


NameHeightSchoolCity, StateGraduation Year
Will Yarbrough5-11Summit MSSummit, N.J.2018
Peter Ilardo6-4CathedralBaltimore, Md.2018
Bernard Lightsey6-0Mastery CharterPhiladelphia, Pa.2018
Justin Anderson5-9Chestnut Hill AcademyPhiladelphia, Pa.2018
Kyree Seabury5-5ReadingReading, Pa.2019
Michael Watkins6-0St. Joseph'sRoselle, N.J.2018
Isaiah Mucius6-3Fessenden SchoolBoston, Mass.2018
Shiriff Kenny6-2Washington JesuitWashington, D.C.2019
Justin Winston6-4Liberty MSWest Orange, N.J.2018
Jahvon Quinerly5-10St. Benedict'sNewark, N.J.2018
Jared Bynum5-3Washington JesuitWashington, D.C.2018
Jr. Elite Black 78, Jr. Elite White 52
Luther Muhammad led his Jr. Elite Black All-Stars to a convincing 78-52 win over the Jr. Elite White All-Stars in the final game of the Hoop Group’s Future All-American Camp at Albright College in Reading, Pa.

Muhammad (St. Benedict’s (N.J.)/6-0/2018), who finished with 26 points and 12 rebounds on his way to garnering game MVP honors, and the Black All-Stars ran out of the gates quickly and had effectively ended the game with a 33-13 first quarter run.

“This week I worked really hard,” Muhammad said. “I listened to my coaches and just competed. It feels good (being named the game’s MVP) and it lets me know that hard work really does pay off.” –@pfebbraro

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