No. 3 5’9 ’18 Treyton Smith of Coatsville/ North Putnam HS

Smith is a passer friendly PG who has the skillfulness of finding open teammates. He has tight handles and a high basketball IQ. Smith plays within the team structure and definitely makes his teammates better. He knows his role as the team facilitator and embraces it well. We were impressed with his heady play throughout the day. Smith isn’t the flashiest PG, but is steady and reliable which will produce more wins over the long run.


No. 7 5’11 ’16 Keshawn Bess of Indianapolis/ Emmerich Manual HS

Bess plays with a high motor and a competitive mindset. He has a nice blend of athleticism and a high basketball IQ that is appealing. Bess has the ability to score from all three levels and was very efficient in his 3-point shooting. While he has the ability to score when needed, Bess was very good in setting up his teammates. We were more impressed with his defensive tenacity and superb on ball defense. Bess should be commended for his strong/hustle play on both ends of the court.


No. 15 6’0 ’19 Manual Brown of Indianapolis/ Scecina Memorial

Brown is simply an effective all around player. He does so many little things well and is the perfect glue guy that is coveted by so many coaches. Brown had a good shooting day and knocked down shots from all levels. He was consistent from the 3-point line and played with a high IQ. With Brown, it’s his intangibles that often don’t fill up the stat sheet that makes him so effective as a player.


No. 30 5’7 ’18 Jaden Terry of Indianapolis/ Lawrence Central

Terry is a quick and crafty PG. He’s excellent at getting into the lane and can finish effectively and also kick out to open teammates. He has outstanding lateral quickness and made his mark especially on the defensive side of the ball. He uses his size and attacking defensive pressure to his advantage. Terry may be somewhat undersized, but plays with a huge heart.


No. 45 6’3 ’19 Elijah Pancol of Pendleton Heights

Pancol has a high motor and plays with a full throttle approach to the game. He gives maximum effort and is all over the court. He rebounds and defends extremely well. Pancol is pretty reliable once he gets his feet set and doesn’t try to create his own shot. We really liked his unselfish play and ability to make his teammates better.


No. 49 6’4 ’18 Jarron Coleman of Indianapolis / Cathedral HS

Coleman has a knack for getting his teammates involved. He has a high basketball IQ and can shoot it really well. We were impressed with his great court awareness/vision especially for his size/position. Coleman has good range and hit several 3-pointer during the camp.


No. 55 6’5 ’18 Luke Gohmann of Floyds Knob/ Floyds Central

Gohmann has good size and rebounding skills. He has the ability to always be near or around the ball. His anticipation and hustle allows him to be an effective player even when he is not scoring a lot of points. Gohmann is a blue-collar type worker on the court and does all the little things on the court that enables his team to win.


No. 62 6’6 ’18 David Arens of Sweetser/ Oak Hill HS

Versatility and mobility may be two of Aren’s greatest attributes. He has the ability to stretch the defense and is an effective spot up 3-point shooter. He has a high basketball IQ and understands how to score within the team structure. We were impressed with his shot selection and advanced understanding of the game.


No. 76 6’10 ’17 Gage Pinkerton of Marion/ Marion HS

Pinkerton has a big strong body. He plays well over both shoulders and has multiple moves in the post. Pinkerton is a stronger rebounder at the “5 spot” and even more impressive was his passing skills. We were also impressed with his strong basketball IQ and overall understanding of the game. Pinkerton is a true back to the basket big that knows his role and doesn’t try to do things beyond his comfort zone.

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