No. 4 5’10 ’16 Andrew Garrett of New Castle / New Castle HS

Garrett has all the skills, intangibles, and most of all the ability to score from the 3-point line. He had a breakout performance where he had a game high 20 points and knocked down six 3-pointers. Garrett is so fundamentally sound. He understands the game and plays with tremendous poise and confidence. Garrett is a strong academic student athlete and should be a high priority with high academic D3 schools. Simply put, he has an advanced understanding of the game.


No. 12 5’11 ’17 Justin Williams of Indianapolis/ Pike HS

Williams is a tough as nails competitor. He has excellent toughness and grit and demonstrated an outstanding attitude accompanied by a relentless approach to the game. Williams has the quickness and athleticism to exceed at the next level. He has advanced ball handling and scoring abilities. We particularly liked his consistency throughout the day. Although Williams can score from multiple levels on the court, he does possess excellent court vision.


No. 25 6’1 ’18 Jabali Leonard of Dayton/ Dunbar HS

Leonard already sports good size and quickness for his position. He can play both guard positions currently and demonstrated the ability to knock down perimeter shots with consistency. He has solid shooting mechanics accompanied by excellent ball handling skills. In addition to being a marksman from deep, we also liked his ability to see the court and make accurate and timely passes. More importantly, Leonard gave maximum effort on the defensive side of the floor.


No. 26 6’1 ’19 Noah Smith of Hamilton/ Southeastern HS

Only a freshman, we were impressed with the poise and maturity of Smith. He plays with purpose and possesses a fluid approach to the game. Smith exhibited excellent court vision and is a passer friendly PG. He does an exceptional job of getting his teammates involved in the offense. Smith is very unselfish and played more like a veteran than a rookie freshman.


No. 32 6’8 ’18 Brennan Schofield of McCordsville/ Hamilton Southeastern

Schofield has the size and soft shooting touch that will project well at the next level. He has passer friendly hands and is a willing passer out of the post area. Schofield has nifty footwork and has the ability to step out and consistency knock down the 15-foot jump shot. While not overly athletic, Schofield makes up for it with fundamentals, intangibles and natural basketball instincts. His ability to step out as a face up forward will make him a very intriguing prospect, not to mention he has plenty of upside and potential.


No. 39 6’2 ’16 Mehki Biffle of Indianapolis/ Lawrence Central

The Lawrence Central senior has already committed to Marion. However, that didn’t prevent Biffle on putting on a scoring exhibition throughout the day. He was one of the camp’s top scorers and scored from all three levels. Biffle was knocking down 3-pointers along with attacking the rim. Biffle came into camp with an “edge” and we absolutely enjoyed the competitiveness he displayed. He played equally hard on both ends of the court.


No. 41 6’1 ’16 Djimon Henson of Indianapolis/ Lawrence Central

A day after the Indiana Top 80, Henson committed to Morehead State and his commitment came as no surprise. Henson like his high school teammate put on quite the performance. Henson also averaged over 20 PPG and did it with a nice offensive arsenal. He was scoring from all levels on the court and shot the ball efficiently with range. Henson has good quickness and played outstanding defense throughout the day.


No. 66 6’6 ’17 Aleks Novakovick of Hobarts/ Lakeshore Academy


Novakovick has the ability to step out and hit the 10-15 foot jumper along with an occasional 3-pointer. He has excellent fundamentals and a high basketball IQ. He understands his role perfectly and allows the game come to him. Novakovick demonstrated a team first approach and didn’t try to manufacture his own points. He scored within the flow of the offense and showcased good hands and footwork in the post area.





No. 77 6’11 ’18 Jared Hofer of Ft. Wayne/ Ft. Wayne Carroll

Hofer has great size and a tremendous upside. Already sporting solid fundamentals and a high basketball IQ, Hofer is still in the developing stage, which speaks volume concerning his potential. Hofer has soft hands and good footwork in the post, although he will need to enhance his lateral quickness which will happen in due time. Hofer has the ability to play with his back to the basket and understands his position and strengths.

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