Future All-American Camp: Day 2 Outstanding Performers

Franklin Howard

Future All-American Camp boasts a deep talent pool this summer, with many of the nation’s top rising 6th-10th graders in attendance. The players listed below are not necessarily the best prospects at camp, but the players who stood out with strong Day Two performances.

Isaiah Briscoe | St. Benedict’s (N.J.) | 6-2 G | 2015
Considered one of the top point guards nationally in the Class of 2015, Briscoe is extremely polished and very far along in his development at this point. He is elite with both hands, has exceptional strength for a point guard, and delivers strong, crisp passes. –@Edgar_Walker

Nick Alikakos | Episcopal Academy (Pa.) | 6-4 F |2017
The rising eighth grader played well on Day Two and if he continues to work on his game he could be a solid player. He was moved up an age group and has been playing well against rising freshman. His size has made him a key contributor in the post and he gets up and down the floor well. —@pfebbraro

Thomas Bryant | Bishop Kearney (N.Y.) | 6-9 F | 2015
Another top talent in the Class of 2015, Bryant is an electrifying athlete who can jump out of the gym. Bryant excelled most in transition, where he ran the floor extremely well and powered home a highlight reel of show-stopping dunks. Although he is a good rebounder who can finish around the rim when needed, Bryant mainly thrives in an up-tempo system where he can use his athleticism to make plays. –@Edgar_Walker

Jahbril Price-Noel | Africentral Alternative (Canada) | 5-11 G | 2017
A Toronto native, Price-Noel is a long, high-upside guard with good size for his age. A skilled ball handler, Price-Noel is a combo guard prospect who can defend every position if needed. He moves very well north-south, and doesn’t waste much time moving laterally, choosing instead to penetrate and attack the heart of the defense. Price-Noel is also very effective in the break, either dishing the ball or finishing cleanly. –@Edgar_Walker

Curtis Williams | Good Counsel (Md.) | 6-1 G | 2016
The key to his team’s win in the first game of the day Williams, who traditionally would play guard, played a little big and was able to control the game by grabbing rebounds and attacking the basket. His hustle and work ethic have separated him from other rising freshman —@pfebbraro

Griffin Kornaker | Webster Schroeder (N.Y.) | 5-3 G | 2017
Kornaker is a gifted passer with excellent court vision and a great feel for the game. While undersized, he does not force play and knows his limits, only taking open shots and making sure that a seam is open before releasing a pass. Kornaker also has a quick, tight crossover that allows him to separate from defenders and find a passing lane. –@Edgar_Walker

Cameron Winston | Rectory School (N.Y.) | 5-11 G | 2016
The ability to drive and cut to the basket helped Winston stand out. He was able to finish with strength and even had the touch on several finger rolls. His play off the ball and his passing skills were also on display during the second day of camp. —@pfebbraro

D’Marco Baucum | Washington Jesuit (D.C.) | 6-4 F | 2018
Baucey is a promising prospect with great upside potential. A big-time athlete who can play on the wing, he has a good motor and leads by example, hustling up and down the floor on each possession. With excellent length, Baucey also has a fairly mature frame for a player his age. –@Edgar_Walker

Azzur Taylor | St. Anthony’s (N.J.) | 5-6 G | 2016
Taylor handled the point well and played a huge role in his team’s two victories on Day Two. A good handle and his quick cuts to the basket when the open pass isn’t there made Taylor a threat when at the top of the key. —@pfebbraro

Anthony Iglesia | McQuaid (N.Y.) | 4-9 G | 2018
A rising 7th grader, Iglesia was the heart and soul of his team on Day Two, and showed off the best handle of any player his age at Future All-American. Iglesia runs the break well, has a great instincts for a player his age, and was looked to as a leader on the floor by his teammates. –@Edgar_Walker


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