Future All-American Camp: Day 1 Outstanding Performers

Future All American Top Performers
COMPILED BY EDGAR WALKER AND PETER FEBBRARO

Future All-American Camp boasts a deep talent pool, 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 One performances.

Franklin Howard | Paul VI (Va.) | 6-4 G | 2015
Howard is a smooth, long combo guard who gets to the basket with ease. He has showed the ability to run the point and likely projects to that position at the next level. Howard doesn’t have eye-popping speed but turns on the jets in transition, especially when defending the break. –@Edgar_Walker

Ahmad Harrison | Newark Eastside (N.J.) | 5-10 G | 2015
During early scrimmages, Harrison seemed to make an impact in every aspect of the game. He was able to knock down jumpers from both mid and long-range and his ability to distribute the ball was showcased with a few behind the back passes. –@pfebrarro

Ian Lee | Trinity Public (Canada) | 5-6 G | 2018
Lee is a young point guard who stays active on both sides of the ball. He has a tight handle and plays very good off-ball defense, preventing his man from receiving the ball in dangerous positions. Lee is also very vocal from the point, and is looked to as a leader on the floor. –@Edgar_Walker

Trevor Brown | Good Counsel (Md.) | 6-4 G/F | 2015
Moving well in and out of the post, grabbing rebounds and knocking down the mid-range shot is what helped separate Brown from others in scrimmages. If he continues to improve, Brown will develop into a solid wing player. –@pfebrarro

Walker Wilson | Newark Tech (N.J.) | 6-5 F | 2015
Wilson has a great frame, good strength, and bangs around in the post. He also is a skilled shot blocker, stuffing a handful of shots during tryout scrimmages. A powerful player in the post, Wilson can also get involved in transition, and finished strong on the break. –@Edgar_Walker

Joshua Reaves | Paul VI, (Va.) | 6-3 G | 2015
Reaves possesses the ability to hit from downtown and, despite his height, can get above the rim to make him a threat from anywhere on the floor. In the early scrimmages he was teamed with his future Paul VI teammate Marcus Derrickson. Reaves transferred into Paul VI from Middleburg Academy (Va.) for this coming school year. –@pfebrarro

Austin Alfonso | Rutgers Prep (N.J.) | 6-4 F | 2015
Alfonso is a long, high-energy wing player who can double as a face-up 4 in an undersized lineup. A top performer at Academic Elite I earlier this summer, Alfonso is playing more aggressively and with more confidence than in June. –@Edgar_Walker

Daveyon Barnes | Mount St. Joseph (Md.) | 6-5 G/F | 2016
Barnes’ play helped continue the strong showing from the Maryland/Virginia area as the rising freshman exhibited a good handle and excellent ball distribution skills on the first day of camp. A strong, well-built swingman,  –@pfebrarro

Keep an eye out tomorrow morning for the top performers from Day Two.

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