Next weekend officially kicks off the beginning of our June Team Camps. Between the two separate sessions, there are a lot of noteworthy teams and players set to attend. These events are always a priority for college coaches, and this might truly be our best one in recent memory. Each day leading up to the competition, we will feature previews on various teams and highlight some of the key players from each roster. Let’s continue the series with a closer look at Wilson High School…

6’5 ’25 Tristan Thompson

In many ways, Thompson is still the main veteran leader for the Tigers. He led the team in three statistical categories (and second in the other two) last year, and should only be more productive during the upcoming season. Thompson’s smart, versatile, all-around identity make him a matchup problem for opposing teams. He’s an adaptable player with the ability to set the tone or produce in a slew of different roles. Thompson is a quality scorer from all levels, displaying impressive efficiency with creation skills and the assertiveness to take over when needed. He defends multiple positions and rebounds with terrific consistency. It’s easy to see why Division I schools are getting involved.

6’6 ’27 Josh Leonard

Given his status as a nationally regarded prospect, it’s not surprising to see the success Leonard had as a freshman for the Tigers. He’s already established himself as an all-around player who impacts all facets of the game. Even as a freshman, Leonard led the team in two statistical categories (and second in the other three) and appeared more than comfortable in his second year as a varsity piece. He’s already a high-level player who continues to trend upward, so folks should expect Leonard to have a big year.

5’10 ’26 Khristian Bruce

In addition to the previous duo, Bruce will definitely be a key piece for this group. He’s a tough, rugged, high-motor guard with the ability to create for others or apply scoring pressure in a variety of different ways. Bruce is simply a competitor who outworks opponents and makes his presence felt on both ends of the floor. He’s a strong penetrator and quality defender at the point of attack. Bruce is another college-level prospect within this talented roster.

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