A strong group of young rising 6th and 7th grade prospects hit the courts for the annual Generation Next All-Star Camp earlier this month in Wisconsin and after two days of action a number of them like talented lead guard Grant DeMeulenaere left the gym buzzing after delivering quality performances.  We continue our look at the annual hoop gala for middle school prodigies today with a quick look at each of the 2018 and 2019 prospects (Last names A-H) that were in attendance…

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(Note – Listed in Alphabetical Order – A-H today and I-Z coming tomorrow for 2018/2019)

JAMAL BIENIEMY – 2018 – G/F – KATY, TX
Was solid on day 1 and exploded on day 2 as he delivered perimeter shots, transition baskets, and activity on the defensive end of the court.  Delivered one of the top performances of the weekend and impressed in the process.

DREW BLAIR – 2018 – SG – WATERFORD, WI
One of the top pure marksmen in the camp, Blair ripped the nets from long range on occasion and showed solid instincts and the ability to spread the floor with excellent range each day.

REMONTAE BLAKELY – 2018 – SF – MILWAUKEE, WI
A slashing wing in the purest sense of the word, Blakely was solid throughout the weekend as he made an impact defensive and was active offensively in terms of his activity on the glass, scoring in transition, and making things happen.

SAGE BOOKER – 2018 – SF – MINNEAPOLIS, MN
Was solid from start to finish as he scored off the bounce, finished in transition, collected rebounds, and played hard while delivering a solid two day performance.  

JACK BRADY – 2018 – SG – BROOKFIELD, WI
A solid perimeter shooting talent, Brady showed flashes on day 1 of that trait and on day 2 he delivered his strongest performance as he ripped the nets from all over the court in one of the top perimeter shooting exhibitions of the weekend.

GRANT DEMEULENAERE – 2018 – PG – PELLA, IA
One of the top performances of the weekend was delivered by the pint-sized lead guard who led the way in assists and made exceptional decisions that were efficient and productive each day.  Handles it well, sees the floor well, has range, etc.  

JORDAN DINSMORE – 2018 – PG – MILWAUKEE, WI
Showed flashes of his potential as he delivered some solid passes on day 1 and then opened it up a bit more offensively as the camp moved along.  Has handles and solid playmaking potential and ability.

ZAK FERGUSON – 2018 – SG – ADEL, IA
Was up and down a bit but showed a solid perimeter stroke with range beyond the arc that he could knock down spotting up on the wing.  Has solid instincts and made some nice things happen when he was aggressive and active.

KYRAN GAINES – 2019 – F/C – MILWAUKEE, WI
The young big man showed flashes of solid instincts and rebounding potential on both ends throughout the camp and made some nice passes.  Still young and developing, Gaines more than held his own throughout the weekend.

MEKHI GAITER – 2018 – G – ST. LOUIS, MO
Has nice instincts and the ability to knock down the jumper and make solid decisions which he showed at times throughout the weekend.  Needs to be more active and assertive on both ends with consistency.

TYRESE HALIBURTON – 2018 – PG – OSHKOSH, WI
He was efficient with his decisions and showed the ability to score off the bounce, create, and knock down the perimeter shot as well.  One of the promising lead guards on the rise in Wisconsin, Haliburton was solid throughout the weekend.

TIONNE HARRIS – 2018 – G/F – ST. LOUIS, MO
He was active on the glass and delivered a nice floor game on day 2 where he contributed in a number of ways.  Was aggressive in attacking the rim but struggled to finish at times.  Neverthless, a nice two day effort that improved as the weekend moved along.

ETHAN HENDERSON – 2018 – F/C – LITTLE ROCK, AR
A long wiry interior big with size, length, and solid instincts.  Was active on the glass, blocked shots, finished at times, and showed nice footwork and a solid feel on both ends of the court.  One of the top prospects in attendance, Henderson has tremendous upside and potential with continued hard work, growth, and development.

TYLER HERRO – 2018 – G – GREENFIELD, WI
Has a nice stroke that he can knock down at the mid-range area and from beyond the arc and that was evident throughout the weekend.  His handles were sound as were his decisions as he took over the game at times with a nice two day performance.

WILLIE HILL III – 2018 – G/F – LOUISVILLE, KY
Captured Camp MVP honors for this class after delivering quality consistent performances each time out.  He was active on the glass, made things happen defensively, delivered solid floor performances, and finished in transition with consistency throughout the weekend.  A strong performance for the talented wing from Kentucky.

EDEN HOLT – 2018 – PG – KATY, TX
The ultra quick lead guard from Texas impressed in flashes throughout the weekend as he knocked down jumpers, created on the offensive end, attacked off the bounce, and showed solid leadership each day.  

LAWSON HOWARD – 2019 – G – LITTLE ROCK, AR
The young guard from Arkansas showed nice instincts and playmaking ability during the two days as he delivered some nice passes and made sound decisions at times with the basketball.  Has range that extends beyond the arc and with continued development and growth he could be one to watch.

ANDRE HUGHES – 2018 – PG – AURORA, IL
A young quick lead guard from Illinois who has solid handles, nice instincts, and the ability to score off the bounce.  Hughes was solid at times during the weekend and made some nice things happen.

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