No. 6 5’10 ’18 Matthew Martin of North Vernon/ Greenburg HS

Martin has solid fundamentals and a really good understanding of the game. He’s a team first player and plays within the structure of the game. Martin’s strongest attribute is his ability to shoot with range. He’s a good 3-point marksman and can score efficiency from beyond the arch. The next step in his development is to be more assertive with the ball due to his size. Currently, Martin feels more comfortable in a catch and shoot situation rather than creating shots off the dribble.


No. 8 5’11 ’19 Luke Bumbalough of New Castle/ New Castle HS

Only a freshman, Bumbalough has excellent court vision and passing skills. He was extremely good shooter off the dribble and can knock down 3-pointers with ease. He has good shooting mechanics and does an excellent job of getting his feet set for spot up 3’s. More importantly, Bumbalough knows how to run a team and make his teammates better which is exactly what you expect out of your PG. The pass first PG is excellent in picking his spots for scoring opportunities.


No. 13 6’0 ’16 Colin Flowers of Merrillville/ Andrean HS

Flowers has good size and strength for a PG. He has the ability to score from all levels on the court. He has a nice repertoire of offensive moves. He has extended range and can shoot the 3-pointer with efficiency. His shooting mechanics are spot on and has the unique ability to stop on a dime with his dribble drive pull up jumper. He’s strong attacking the rim and can use either hand in finishing. Flowers was one of the leading scorers in camp and did it all within the framework of the game.


No. 23 6’1 ’18 Niah Williamson of New Castle/ New Castle HS

Williamson was a passer friendly PG that knew how to put his teammates in position to score. He has an advanced understanding of the game. Williamson has tight handles and see the play in advance. He likes to dribble penetrate and kick out to open teammates. While he didn’t take many shots, he was lights out from the 3-point line. Williamson feels more comfortable as a spot up shooter and once he gets his feet set, he’s automatic.


No. 43 6’3 ’19 Caleb Redman of Indianapolis/ Pike HS

Redman is blessed with exceptional quickness especially with the ball in his hands. He can dribble penetrate and finish or create for his teammates. Redman impressed us with his ability to shoot off the dribble and the athletic wing is definitely one to monitor over the next three years in high school. Redman also has the ability to be a menace on the defensive side of the court. He has long arms and great lateral quickness.


6’5 ’16 Desmond Dane of Richmond/ Seton Catholic

Coming into the event, Dane had zero D1 offers and since then, his recruitment has gone to another level. He has excellent size accompanied with an outstanding attitude and work ethic on the court. He’s a great penetrator and finishes through contact. Simply put, he can get to the rim at any time. In addition, he can step out and knock down 3-pointers. He’s physically strong and would be a complete steal at the D1 level. Bane averaged over 20 PPG in the three camp games and scored from all levels on the court.


6’3 ’18 Austin Boucher of Markle/ Ft. Wayne South

Boucher was one of the more impressive players in the entire camp. He has a very good all around game. He’s a great shooter from beyond the arch and has unlimited range. Boucher has good athleticism and can get to the rim. In addition, we were impressed with his court vision and advanced passing skills. Boucher has the skill set to be in the national conversation as a future top 100 player. He’s a great team player and may be a tad too unselfish at times.


No. 64 6’6 ’16 Grant Gelon of Crown Point/ Crown Point HS

The IU commit did what he was known for and that was shoot. As a matter of fact, he’s a great shooter. He always knows where to be when running the floor to spot up for the 3. Gelon has an excellent shooting touch and mechanics and every shot looks like it is going in. In addition, Gelon knows how to work well with the big man off the ball screen. He has a great attitude and work ethic and advanced understanding of the game.


No. 68 6’8 ’17 Kris Wilkes of Fisher/ North Central HS

Wilkes was the top player in camp regardless of class and is also in the national conversation as a top ten player. He combines an excellent attitude, great work ethic along with remarkable athleticism and an ever-improving skill set. Simply put, Wilkes is a gifted player! He’s a great all around players. He handles the ball extremely well for his size and finishes strong around the rim with crowd-pleasing dunks. Wilkes can score from every level on the court and has NBA potential. More importantly, he is a humble young man that still plays within the team structure.

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