Grant Gelon (Indiana)
6’6” Senior Crown Point HS

Many people had not seen much of Gelon, but he certainly walked into the gym with people talking. It took him a game to get going, however once he did it was easy to see what he did. Gelon is a shooter, a shot maker. In his second game he scored 24 points and in the third on he scored 16. Gelon was confident from deep, he had a soft touch, and good length. It will be interesting to see how the local recruit does at Indiana, but the kid can shoot.

Eugene German (Northern Illinois)
6’Senior 21st Century Charter

German made his living with his quickness and aggression. On defense he picked up for 94 feet, consistently. On offense, he was a consistent paint getter. Henson, played with a confidence and a flair to his game and was consistently productive. German’s a type of point guard that does well in the Mid-Atlantic.

Kyle Guy (Virginia)
6’2” Senior Lawrence Central HS

Playing at his home gym, Guy won Mr Playmaker for the event. He came in with a reputation as a scorer, one who can get to the rim and score from deep range. However, during this event he showed the ability to create for others. He has great vision, and kept his head up as he attacked the basket. A deceptive athlete, Guy still has the ability to score. He will have the ability as a true combo guard at Virginia.

Joey Brunk (Butler)
6’9” Senior Southport HS

Brunk made his mark early, and kept it running through out. For his first game he went for 30 points and 18 boards. Brunk is just so physically dominate with his natural strength, but it was his skill set and work ethic that really shined. He made 4 3s in the first game, and maintained his hot motor throughout the day. Brunk is a yes sir/no sir kid and will be a welcomed addition to the Butler faithful. While he may not be immediate, look for a big collegiate career from him.

Mehki Biffle (Marian University)
6’3” Senior Lawrence Central HS

How in the world did this kid fall to an NAIA college. Local schools are not getting out and watching. The The camp’s Mr Defense Award winner, Biffle is a high flying athlete who took on every challenge with gusto. He defended the perimeter with vigor and finished high above the rim in transition. Look for him to have an all-league caliber senior season. He will make an immediate impact and perhaps be a multiple year NAIA All-American at the NAIA level.

Djimon Henson (Morehead State)
6’4” Senior Lawrence North HS

Henson is a strong and confident guy. Throughout the event he was smiling and talking with everyone, even commenting on how well others were playing. He was instantly a guy the other players gravitated toward. The power wing, was very comfortable with the ball in his hands in the half court. He defended the wing well, and made shots with range. The explosive Henson will have a good career in the Missouri Valley Conference.

**Henson committed on Sunday

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