No. 10 6’3 ’17 Eric Easter of Indianapolis/ Lawrence Central

Eric was a late entry and a surprise player at the camp. He averaged 10 PPG and did many things well. First of all, Easter has good ball handling skills and really reads the court well. He’s outstanding at finding open spaces and capitalizes on these scoring opportunities. In addition, he rebounds extremely well for his size/position. As his camp coach stated, “Easter is a superb player, quiet but deadly.”


6’0 ’16 6’0 ’16 Eugene German of Gary/ 21st Century Charter

The Northern Illinois commit showcased why he was a coveted D1 prospect. He has a nice blend of athleticism and advanced skill set that makes him attractive, but his effort and hustle was tremendous. His camp coach stated, “German commands attention with and without the ball.” He’s an excellent team leader and has the ability to score from all levels. He was proficient form the 3-point line along with the pull up jumper.


No. 21 6’1 ’17 Mateo Rivera of Indianapolis/ North Central

Rivera came into camp with not a lot of hype, but we were impressed with his poise and maturity at the PG position. He is very polished and a passer friendly team facilitator. While he has the ability to score, it is his playmaking ability that will make him an attractive D1 prospect. His camp coach stated, “Rivera is not afraid to mix it up. He plays hard and rebounds well.” Overall Rivera is flying under the recruiting radar. He can run team efficiency especially in the half court setting.


6’3 ’16 Kyle Guy of Indianapolis / Lawrence Central

Kyle Guy is simply the “complete package.” The University of Virginia commit is highly regarded as one of the top 30 players in the country. He is in consideration for the prestigious McDonald All American game. Guy can do many things on the court exceptionally well. He can handle, pass and score at will. However, as talented as he is, Guy is a very unselfish player and carries a team first approach and attitude to the game. He will quickly become a fan favorite at UVA. He understands the game at an advanced level! More importantly, he is a team leader and winner.


No. 33 6’2 ’17 Tyler Kernstein of West Haute/ West Vigo

The best way to describe Tyler Kernstein is intense! He is a hard worker and isn’t afraid to scrap for loose balls. Even during stations, Kernstein had a full throttle approach. Everything he does on the court is done with passion and intensity. His camp coach stated, “Kernstein is a dependable player and will do what is asked of him.” He’s one of the few players that didn’t have to score points in order to make a tremendous impression.


No. 47 6’4 ’18 Tony Hopkins of Indianapolis/ Howe HS

Hopkins plays with a high motor and his intangibles on the court are endless. He hustles for rebounds and loose balls and has the ability to play multiple positions. He can post up on the interior, but also has the capacity to step out on the perimeter and knock down 3-pointers. He averaged in double figures and showcased an all around game. Hopkins understands how to move well without the ball and get open.


No. 57 6’5 John Kiser of Noblesville/ Noblesville HS

Kiser is a highly intelligent post player that knows his position and role extremely well. He moves well without the ball and can play either with his back to the basket or face up and hit the midrange jumper. Kiser has passer friendly hands and is a willing passer out of the post area. He is a two handed rebounder and more importantly is a low risk, high return player. He rarely makes mistakes on the court.


No. 61 6’8 Trenton Richardson of Carmel/ Carmel HS

The Hillsdale commit is a solid post player. He likes to use his body and bang on the interior, which is exactly what you want your big man to do! He has a high basketball IQ and understands team defensive principles. Richardson was terrific in help side defense and recognized strong side drives. While not the most athletic player, his knowledge of the game will enable him to be a highly productive collegiate player.

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