The NY2LA Sports Generation Next All-Star Camp came to a close on Saturday at M.S.O.E.'s Kern Center as games continued and Jordan Poole was a standout during the third session while 2018 wing Joe Wieskamp grabbed MVP honors with another excellent effort in the final session.

Matt Caropreso -- 2017 -- F
6'4" -- Madison, WI
Caropreso was impressive in a morning session win, rebounding the ball well on both ends of the floor while also displaying his skill game by stepping out and knocking in a jumper near the free throw line. Caropreso had the motor running and was especially impressive on the offensive glass, where he used his size and length to keep possessions alive and get put backs.

Jordan Poole -- 2017 -- PG
5'11" -- Milwaukee, WI
Poole was very sound in a morning win, scoring the ball in multiple ways while also getting his teammates involved. Poole knocked in outside jumpers, took the ball to the rim at will and also found his shooters and big men to make baskets easier for them. Poole was especially productive in the open floor and in transition.

Talen Horton-Tucker -- 2018 -- F
5'8" -- Chicago, IL
A big-bodied wing, Horton-Tucker has deceptive moves in the open floor and does all that he can to get to the rim and score. He uses good footwork and a good feel around the hoop to make some tough finishes in traffic and did so from a number of tough angles in a Sunday morning win.

Donald Richardson -- 2018 -- G
5'9" -- Mabelrak, AR
Richardson continued on his productive start to camp with another 11 point outing on 5-of-10 shooting to go along with six rebounds, two assists and two steals. Richardson was active on both ends and consistently made plays throughout.

A.J. Makinen -- 2019 -- G
5'6" -- Muskego, WI
Makinen shot the ball well from deep in a close morning win, scoring 17 points and knocking in three three-pointers from a variety of spots on the floor. Makinen operates well in catch-and-shoot scenarios and does a nice job of finding space on the offensive end when he's spacing the floor as a spot-up shooter.

Virshon Cotton -- 2017 -- G
5'5" -- Milwaukee, WI
The Milwaukee-native had a strong outing during session four, scoring eight points, pulling down five rebounds and also nabbing two steals. Although one of the smaller players on the floor, Cotton had a nose for the ball and seemed to be involved in a number of plays.

Armonee Felder -- 2017 -- G
5'7" -- Detroit, MI
The playmaking guard from Detroit continued to score the ball in different ways while sprinkling in some assists as well. Despite being undersized, Felder is fearless attacking the hoop and will also pull up and shoot jumpers as well.

Tyler Herro -- 2018 -- G
5'9" -- Greenfield, WI
Herro can score the ball when he gets rolling and he has a lot of confidence in his perimeter jumper while he can also do some damage off the bounce. Herro pumped in a deep three-pointer and also wasn't shy hunting his own offense throughout the game and Session 4.

Jack Cooney -- 2019 -- F
5'11" -- Brookfield, WI
Cooney was a perfect 3-for-3 from the field for six points, but just as in previous games during the camp, he played a solid team game and did a number of little things to stand out. Cooney just played good basketball and played hard for much of the event and set screens, moved the ball and ran the floor in transition while playing hard on defense as well.

Joe Wieskamp – 2018 – SF
6-0 – Muscatine, IA
The talented wing was solid throughout the weekend and in the final game he stepped up his play once again with a solid 14 point 5 rebound effort to close out a weekend of impressive performances.  He has nice length, range beyond the arc, solid instincts, etc. and looks the part of a solid up and coming wing talent to pay attention to in the coming years.