Future All-American Junior Elite Recap

A phenomenal week of top-notch basketball has just wrapped up at Albright College, as the Future All-American Junior Elite camp–which featured hundreds of sixth, seventh, and eighth graders from around the country–came to a close Wednesday afternoon.

Campers have taken part in more than half a dozen games throughout the week, but that’s not all they’ve been able to take part in. Clinics, sweatshops, stations, and lectures from the likes of Pat Kennedy and Tobin Anderson have filled up the schedules this week with a variety of activities.

Arguably the highlight of each camp at Hoop Group, the awards ceremonies and all-star games, took place Wednesday afternoon, with many different players being recognized for their abilities.

Winning most outstanding player for the junior elite division was ‘21 Rahsool Diggins, while ‘22 Mark Armstrong took home top honors in the NCAA division. ‘21 Trevon Patterson was also awarded Most Outstanding Prospect.

Other players were also able to take home awards for different aspects of their game, like the Most Improved winners–’21 Nick Thompson and ‘23 JJ Rembert–who were recognized for working hard to improve their game throughout camp.

It’s been a great four days, and we’re looking forward to four more as our Future All-American “Fab Frosh and Super Soph” camp kicks off tomorrow!

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