No. 2 5’9 ’17 Kobe Webster of Indianapolis/ Park Tudor

Talk about consistency, Webster scored 13, 15 and 15 in the three games at the Indiana Top 80 event. Simply put, Webster has a terrific feel for the game. He has an advanced basketball IQ and can run a team to perfection. Webster excelled in transition as well as the half court. He also sports a great looking jump shot as he shot with a high percentage. He was both consistent and efficient throughout the day and will become a high priority for mid majors.


No. 11 5’11 ’18 Jalan Mull of Ft. Wayne/ Northrop

Mull played well in the confines of the 3-dribble rule and played well within the team structure. He is very unselfish and may be too unselfish at times. He is constantly looking to make the extra pass for his teammate. Mull has the ability to knock down shots, but is a true system player. While he may not fill up the scoring stat sheet, Mull does a lot of the little things on the court. He’s a glue guy every team loves having on their team.


No. 27 6’1 ’18 Deon Steward of Indianapolis/ Lawrence North

Steward demonstrated a great attitude and played well within the team structure. He is more comfortable attacking the rim although he did knock down an occasional 3-pointer. Unlike many young players, Steward play on the defensive side of the ball was more noticeable than his offense. (Which is a positive) Steward has good lateral quickness, which allowed him to be a strong on ball defender. He has good vision and court sense and was a player friendly guard.



No. 38 6’3 ’18 Trejean Didier of Ft. Wayne / Southside

While Didier can make shots from all levels on the court, we were impressed with his overall aggressive play on both sides of the ball. He plays with a high motor and has active hands on defense. We liked his team first approach to the game and rarely took poor shots or tried to manufacture his own points. His scoring came from within the offense, but has the ability to attack the rim and finish strong! Didier has a solid basketball IQ and really good understanding of the game.



No. 42 6’3 Jonah Jackson of Merrillville/ Merrillville HS

Jackson is an efficient 3-point shooter. He didn’t attempt many shots, but when he did it were bottoms! Jackson has a wonderful attitude and team first approach to the game. He was so unselfish and will do all the little things that are necessary to help his team compete for the win. We really liked his basketball IQ and overall effort. It was clear that Jackson didn’t have to shot a lot to give maximum effort. He demonstrated excellent court vision and a passer friendly attitude, which doesn’t always exist in camp settings.


No. 50 6’10 Joey Brunk of Southport/ Southport HS

The Butler commit proves why he is a consensus top 75 nationally in his class. Brunk has excellent size, but simply knows how to play the game the right way. He is so crafty around the rim and has a multitude of offensive moves. Brunk has passer friendly hands and is a willing passer out of the post. His basketball IQ and court vision for his size is advanced. We were impressed with his soft shooting touch and ability to use either hand around the basket. There may not be a more complete “big” in the country when it comes to his overall skill set and fundamentals.


No. 52 6’5 ’17 Erick Shepherd of Indianapolis/ Mt. Vernon

Shepherd is wired to score. The lengthy wing can score from all levels on the court, but possesses one of the smoothest mid range jumpers. He is excellent off the dribble and utilizes the step back pull up quite effectively. Shepherd is the master of pump fakes and jab steps that make him difficult to contain. While Shepherd is highly effective off the dribble, he does constantly move extremely well off the ball. For his size, he can penetrate effectively and finish at a high percentage. He rebounds his position remarkably well.


No. 65 6’5 ’17 Mileek McMillian of Merrillville / Merrillville HS

Active, active and more active! McMillian has excellent length and great anticipation especially on the defensive side of the court. As a matter of fact, he may have been one of the camp’s top shot blockers. Offensively, he can score from multiple levels. He has a nice face up game and can score off the dribble/bounce as well as attacking the rim. We were impressed with is movement off the ball and this allowed him to get open for many easy buckets. In our opinion, McMillian could be one of the state’s sleeper players in the 2017 game.

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