No. 1 5’8 ’18 Antwaan Cushingberry of Indianapolis/ Lawrence North HS

Cushingberry recently received an offer from the University of New Orleans. The quick and speedy PG is excellent in dribble penetration and has the ability to make proper reads that lead to easy assist points. Naturally with his athleticism and speed, he is able to generate his own shot off the dribble. Cushingberry was fairly efficient from the 3-point line throughout camp.


No. 16 6’0 ’16 Mason Degenkolb of Tipton/ Tipton HS

Degenkolb demonstrated a fantastic attitude throughout the day. He has great body language and the right approach to the game. Degenkolb is such a high IQ and cerebral player. He played well within the team structure and showcased excellent court vision. Degenkolb is the type of PG others enjoy playing with. He’s unselfish and gets everyone involved, which is exactly what you expect as the team facilitator.


No. 22 6’0 ’18 Garrett Silcott of Connersville/ Connersville HS

Silcott is a team first player and a sports a tremendous work ethic and attitude. He doesn’t take a lot of shots, but is highly efficient when he does. Silcott is a system/team player that plays the game the correct way. He doesn’t try to manufacture his own points, but rather score from within the framework of the offense. He simply allows the game come to him. That being said, we would like to see Silcott take a more aggressive approach moving forward to maximize his potential.


No. 28 6’2 ’16 Hunter Crist of Indianapolis/ Hamilton Heights HS

Crist left a lasting impression on our staff and the majority of coaches in attendance. One thing is for certain, you can count on Crist to give maximum effort and play with a sincere purpose. He won our Mr. Hustle award plus he was a phenomenal team player. Crist has an unbelievable basketball IQ and is a natural leader. We were impressed with his ability to play equally hard on the defensive end as the offensive end of the court.


No. 34 6’2 ’16 Myles Simmons of Indianapolis/Herron HS

Simmons is a very consistent player. He is a really good team player and passes extremely well out of the drive. Simmons is an attacking guard that plays outstanding team basketball. His shot selection was impressive and occasionally would knock down a pair of threes in each contest. Simmons showcased an all around game and his senior season should help determine the appropriate level of play. He can do a little bit of everything well and should see his recruitment pick up.


No. 45 6’8 ’18 Gavin Bizeau of Plainfield/ Plainfield HS

Bizeau has excellent length and size for his grade. He has an advanced skill set and great versatility. We were impressed with his midrange jumper and can also shoot the 3-ball with efficiency. With additional strength especially in his lower body, he could take his game to a whole new level. Currently, Bizeau is an intriguing prospect and should become a coveted recruit in Indiana 2018 class.


No. 48 6’4 ’17 Cameron Wilbon of Portage/ Merrillsville HS

Wilbon is blessed with great athleticism and a willing attitude. He averaged 19 PPG in the three games and actually took his game to another level at the Indiana Top 80. He is wired to score and can score from all levels on the court. Wilbon combines athleticism along with an advanced offensive skill set which make him an attractive D1 prospect. His play was consistent and impressive throughout the day.


No. 56 6’5 ’18 Aaron Henry of Indianapolis/ Ben Davis HS

Henry is an extremely hard worker on the court. He plays with a blue-collar attitude and we liked his passion and purpose throughout the day. Henry is constantly pushing himself to excellence and at times can be a little hard on him. That being said, the southpaw has a soft shooting touch and can play both guard positions. He has excellent court vision and makes passing easily off the dribble. We really love his upside and potential. The ingredients are all there for this talented young combo guard.

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