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Monday, 27 July 2015
Louisville Girls Fall Showcase
Topic: Basketball

INTRODUCTION

Exposure is the key for any player in this day and age to receive a college basketball scholarship. With cutbacks in staff and budget by colleges nationwide, and fewer days to evaluate players, college coaches overlook more and more deserving players every year.

With this being the case, I hope one will consider attending the 2nd Annual High Potential Girls Basketball Fall Exposure Showcase on September 26, 2015, at Bullitt Central High School in easy-to-reach Shepherdsville, KY, off Interstate 65 at exit 117 and just 17 miles south of Louisville, KY.

The showcase could well be the avenue for you to obtain a scholarship. Each participate will play in a total of 3 games during the day. There will be team practices, stations, contests and a guest speaker. With the exception of lunch, there is no dead time during the showcase, as players are occupied with basketball related activities at all times.

Over 400 college coaches nationwide representing all levels of play will be invited to attend the showcase. A Camp Internet Report will be made available on our webpage along with internet coverage on our blog at http://basketball-camp.net/about-us/blog and Ron Harrison’s blog at www.kyprephoops.com which has almost 5,000,000 hits along with Facebook and Twitter.

Why pay $200 or more which most similar events charge when you can just pay $95 to attend the High Potential Girls Basketball Fall Exposure Showcase and get more bang for your buck.

There is a spot for you at the showcase whether you are looking to broaden your scholarship offers, get on the radar screens of college recruiters or just simply wanting to improve your game for the 2015-16 season.

Our  showcase could be the "difference maker" for a player to receive a college scholarship. Contact us for a free brochure or register online at www.basketball-camp.net (click on Louisville Girls Fall Showcase). Hope to see you on September 26.

Rick Bolus
Scout and Camp Director since 1973

Member of the Selection Committee for the Naismith Awards

P.S. Check out our latest National and Regional Player Rankings at www.basketball-camp.net (click on Rick Bolus’ Player Rankings).

Remember it’s sometimes difficult to rank players if we don’t see them; thus, your college exposure begins with us.

Click below to register: Click below for the schedule:

 


Posted by REH at 1:29 PM EDT
Updated: Monday, 27 July 2015 6:42 PM EDT
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Chicago Fall Boys Showcase
Topic: Basketball

 

INTRODUCTION

On Sunday, September 20, 2015, the 2nd Annual High Potential “Blue-Chip” Camp and Recruiting Service is coming back to the Chicago metro area to hold a one-day fall basketball showcase at Lincoln-Way North High School in Frankfort, IL, near the junction of Interstate 80 and Interstate 57. Over 30,000 players from across the United States and the world have attended our camps and events in Kentucky, Florida, Illinois and Ohio.  The High Potential “Blue-Chip” Basketball Exposure Camp has been rated by USA Today among the top camps in America. I  have had several campers attend from the state of Illinois especially in Chicago over the years, and I have covered and evaluated players from Illinois for over 40 years as a high school basketball scout. This makes “Blue-Chip” a natural fit for one of the nation’s foremost basketball hotbeds.

No matter what collegiate level you intend to play, exposure is key for any player to receive a college basketball scholarship. With cutbacks in staff and budgets by colleges nationwide along with fewer days to evaluate players, college coaches overlook more and more deserving players every year. The High Potential “Blue-Chip” Fall Showcase intends to increase each player’s college exposure as well as their athletic development.  Numerous college coaches and recruiting and internet services have attended “Blue-Chip” over the years to scout the talent.

Over 400 college coaches nationwide representing all levels of play will be invited to attend the showcase. Coach Tom Anstett, who has over 22 years of head coaching experience in the Chicago area, will be in attendance as one of the Showcase’s player analysts.  The Showcase will take place in all air-conditioned athletic facilities which include three full size indoor basketball courts.

A Showcase Internet Report will be available in mid-October to almost 2,000 colleges across the country.  Also, the showcase will be featured on our blog at http://basketball-camp.net/about-us/blog and at www.kyprephoops.com  which has almost 5,000,000 hits along with Facebook and Twitter

Why pay over $200 which some fall events charge when you can just pay $99 to attend the High Potential “Blue-Chip” Boy’s Basketball Fall Showcase and get more exposure and more bang for your bucks!  There will be a high school division only but advanced and skilled junior high school players are eligible to attend..  Regardless of your age or playing ability, there is a place for you at the High Potential “Blue-Chip” Fall Showcase.

Our Showcase could be the "difference maker" in order for you to receive a college scholarship and  to get your name on the radar screens of college recruiters. Contact me for a free brochure or register on-line. A confirmation packet with either be mailed or e-mailed to you once I receive your registration form. Let the High Potential/Blue-Chip Fall Showcase take your game to its highest level - you won’t regret it.

Rick Bolus
Camp Director/Basketball Scout since 1973

Member of the Selection Committee for the Naismith Awards

P.S. Over the past 36 year history of the camp, there have been several McDonald’s All-Americans, states’ Mr. Basketballs, All-State players and NBA players that have had “Blue-Chip” on their resume. Did you know that Norris Cole of the Miami Heat attended “Blue-Chip” in 2006 and five NCAA Final Fours (2010-2014) had at least one former camper?  Check out my latest player rankings at www.basketball-camp.net (click on Rick Bolus’ Player Rankings).

Remember, it’s sometimes difficult to rank players if we don’t see them; thus, let your college exposure begin with us.

Click below to register: Click below for the schedule:

 


Posted by REH at 1:27 PM EDT
Updated: Monday, 27 July 2015 6:43 PM EDT
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Sunday, 19 July 2015
Rick Bolus Boys Camp Session 1
Topic: Basketball

Below were the top dozen college prospects at the36th Annual High Potential/Blue-Chip Camp held June 28-July 2 at Georgetown College in Georgetown, KY. Grades are for 2015-16.

TOP 12

  1. Chris Drabo 6-4/Sr Louisville Pleasure Park, KY
  2. Dalton Bolon 6-3/Sr Gnadenhutten Indian Valley, OH
  3. Jaiveon Eaves 6-2/Sr Madisonville North Hopkins, KY
  4. Connor Wilson 6-0/Jr Hartford Ohio Co., KY
  5. Lenell Henry 6-8/Jr Chicago Morgan Park, IL
  6. Brandon Wharton 6-3/Fr Antioch Lighthouse Christian, TN
  7. James Wilborn 6-4/8th Mt. Morris, MI
  8. Zach Campbell 5-8/Fr Antioch Lighthouse Christian, TN
  9. Tyler Rogers 6-5/Jr Winter Garden West Orange, FL
  10. Timothy Bankston 6'5/Sr Calumet City T.F. North, IL
  11. Jaronde Boyd 5-10/Jr Michigan City, IN
  12. Dayton Gumm 6-0/Sr Bowling Green South Warren, KY

TOP SLEEPER

           Daniel Moore 6-5/Sr Morrow Little Miami, OH


Posted by REH at 10:10 PM EDT
Updated: Sunday, 19 July 2015 10:11 PM EDT
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Rick Bolus Boys Camp July 13-14, 2015 Summary
Topic: Basketball

Junior High School Division (North)

 

 

There were four teams entered in this division designated Alabama, Arkansas, Connecticut, and Florida.  Each team will play three pool games and then compete in a seeded single elimination tournament.  The records after pool play were Florida (3-0), Arkansas (2-1), Connecticut (1-2), and Alabama (0-3).  Tournament play opened with Florida defeating Alabama and Arkansas defeating Connecticut.  Connecticut defeated Alabama for third place and Florida captured the championship with a 76-69 victory over Arkansas.  5-6 Fr. Graham Bianchi Hewitt Trussville Trussville AL was named Tournament MVP from the Florida team.  5-9 8th Grade Austin Riley North Marshall Middle Calvert City KY was named Tournament Runner-Up MVP from the Arkansas team.  The final standings for the teams were Florida (5-0), Arkansas (3-2), Connecticut (2-3), and Alabama (0-5).

 

Junior High School Division Summary (North)

There were some very impressive young players in this division.  6-1 8th Grade Trevor Todd Rockcastle County Middle Mt. Vernon KY was named Camp MVP for this division and possesses all around skills with the ability to finish at the rim.  5-10 Fr. Pierce Dickson Hewitt Trussville Trussville AL was named Camp Runner-Up MVP and is a high energy competitor and scorer.  6-5 Fr. Andrew Easterling Hewitt Trussville Trussville AL scores, rebounds, and blocks shots.  5-9 8th Grade Austin Riley North Marshall Middle Calvert City KY is an athletic scorer who can carry a team offensively when needed.

 

Junior Varsity Division (Central)

 

 

There were six teams entered in this division designated Georgia, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, and Michigan.  The division championship will be determined by the best winning percentage over the round robin schedule.  The final standings were Louisiana (5-0), Georgia (4-1), Indiana (2-3), Kansas (2-3), Kentucky (2-3), and Michigan (0-5).  5-10 So. Brian Sims Ramsay Birmingham AL was named Tournament MVP from the Louisiana team.  6-3 So. Tylandrius Parks Middleton Middleton TN was named Tournament Runner-Up MVP from the Georgia team.

 

Junior Varsity Division Summary (Central)

6-5 So. Noah Hawkins Manual Louisville KY was named Camp MVP and is a tough in the paint with a big upside.  6-3 So. Terence Anderson Ramsay Birmingham AL was named Camp Runner-Up MVP and is a talented and versatile combo forward.  6-2 So. Austin Ellis Taylor County Campbellsville KY is a great athlete with solid basketball skills.  6-3 So. Tylandrius Parks Middleton Middleton TN is a wing player who excels in the open court.  6-3 So. TC Price Lexington Catholic Lexington KY has an extremely high upside.

 

High School Division (South)

 

 

There were seven teams entered in this division designated Missouri, Nevada, Texas, Utah, Wisconsin, Wyoming, and Chicago Stars AAU.  The division championship will be determined by the best winning percentage over the round robin schedule.  The final standings were Nevada (6-0). Missouri (5-1), Utah (4-2), Wyoming (2-3), Chicago Stars AAU (2-3), Texas (1-5), and Wisconsin (0-6).  6-3 Sr. Jacob Koselke Morgan Twp Valparaiso IN was named Tournament MVP from the Nevada team.  6-3 Sr. Brandon Wright Ramsay Birmingham AL was named Tournament Runner-Up MVP from the Missouri team.

 

High School Division Summary (South)

5-11 Sr. Mylon Weathers Stevenson Sterling Hts was named Camp MVP and shots, defends, and gets his teammates involved.  5-10 Sr. Malik Jones Whitefield Academy Mableton GA was named Camp Runner-Up MVP.  Jones attacks the game with intensity and thrives in transition.  6-7 Jr. Kobe McClain Ramsay Birmingham AL was named Top Underclassman and captured the Slam Dunk Title.  McClain is an athletic insider with an amazing upside.  6-6 Jr. Jacob Donaldson Effingham Effingham IL is a strong athletic wing with skills.  6-0 Jr. Jadrius Jenkins Dyersburg Dyersburg TN is a versatile scorer with range on his jump shot.  5-10 CF Tom Johnson College-TBA Chicago IL is an excellent point guard with a high level of intensity.  5-8 CF Tariq Muhammad DePaul University Chicago IL is a great floor general with excellent floor vision.  6-4 Sr. Trey Farmer Clay County Manchester KY was injured at camp but impressed with his ability to shoot the “3” and ability to crash the boards.  5-10 Jr. Damon Harper Hewitt Trussville Trussville AL is an absolute blur in the open court.  6-1 Jr. Lukas Burkman Trinity Louisville KY is a ball handling point guard who can shoot the long ball.

 

This was just a short list of players who impressed these two days but there were several more that have the ability to make their mark this season.


Posted by REH at 4:14 PM EDT
Updated: Tuesday, 21 July 2015 7:48 AM EDT
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Rick Bolus Girls Camp 2015
Topic: Basketball

Below were the top dozen girl college prospects at our recent 18th Annual High Potential Girls Camp at Georgetown College in Georgetown, KY, held June 25-26. Grades are for 2015-16.

TOP 12

  1. Kassidy Allen 5-11/Sr Gainesboro Jackson Co., TN
  2. Kaylee Cotton 5-10/Sr Stearns McCreary Central, KY
  3. Camryn London 5-9/Sr Birmingham Shades Valley, AL
  4. Jada Stinson 5-8/Jr Eliabethtown, KY
  5. Kristen Mayo 5-5/Jr Grayson East Carter, KY
  6. Kayla Bruner 5-10/Sr London North Laurel, KY
  7. Kaci Currens 5-8/Sr Lawrenceburg Anderson Co., KY
  8. Caitlin Hall 5-6/Sr Stanford Lincoln Co., KY
  9. Haylee Croom 5-10/Sr Clarksville Rossview, TN
  10. Abby Downard 5-6/Jr Indianapolis Cardinal Ritter, IN
  11. Toni McCombs 5-5/Fr Barbourville Knox Central, KY
  12. Paige Shy 5-7/Fr Huntington St. Jospeh's, WV

TOP SLEEPER

          Addison Becker 6-0/Sr Cortland Lakeview, OH


Posted by REH at 1:37 PM EDT
Updated: Sunday, 19 July 2015 1:39 PM EDT
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Rick Bolus Top Prospects Boys Camp July 13-14, 2015
Topic: Basketball

 

 

 

 

Below were the top dozen college prospects for the July 13-14 session of the High Potential/Blue-Chip Camp at Georgetown College in Georgetown, KY.

TOP 12

1.     Kobe McClain 6-8/Jr Birmingham Ramsay, AL

2.     Jacob Donaldson 6-6/Jr Effingham, IL

3.     Mylon Weathers 5-11/Sr Sterling Heights Stevenson, MI

4.     Malik Jones 5-10/Sr Mableton Whitefield Academy, GA

5.     Austin Fisher 5-11/Jr Clarksville Academy, TN

6.     Jadrius Jenkins 6-0/Jr Dyersburg, TN

7.     Tom Johnson 5-10/13 Chicago (TBA), IL

8.     Trey Farmer 6-4/Sr Manchester Clay Co., KY

9.     Tariq Muhammad 5-8/13 Chicago DePaul University, IL

10.  Juston Betz 6-1/Jr Clarksville Providence, IN

11.  Lukas Burkman 6-1/Jr Louisville Trinity, KY

12.   Jason Smith 6-4/Sr Knoxville Bearden, TN

TOP SLEEPER

         Harrison Stanley 6-5/Jr Trussville Hewitt-Trussville, AL

Note: 13 denotes a graduating senior.

 


Posted by REH at 1:29 PM EDT
Updated: Sunday, 19 July 2015 1:41 PM EDT
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Saturday, 18 July 2015
Rick Bolus Boys Mini Camp July 13-14, 2015 Twelve Players to Watch
Topic: Basketball

RBBMCI

 

Rick Bolus Boys Mini Camp July 13-14, 2015

 

Twelve Players to Watch

 

Jacob Donaldson – 6-6 Jr. Effingham Effingham IL is a strong, athletic wing forward who gets results.

 

Austin Fischer – 5-11 Jr. Clarksville Academy Clarksville TN is a scoring PG who can get to the rim.

 

Jadrius Jenkins – 6-0 Jr. Dyersburg Dyersburg TN is a great penetrator who also has range on his shot.

 

Malik Jones – 5-10 Sr. Whitefield Academy Mableton GA is a high intensity performer who excels in the open floor.

 

Tylandrius Parks – 6-3 So. Middleton Middleton TN is a young wing player tough in transition.

 

TC Price – 6-3 So. Lexington Catholic Lexington KY is a young talent with a big upside.

 

Harrison Stanley – 6-5 Jr. Hewitt Trussville Trussville AL is a wing forward and a versatile scorer who scores off the dribble as well as off his long range jump shot.

 

Mylon Weathers – 5-11 Sr. Stevenson Sterling Hts. MI defends, shoots, and finds the open player.

 

Brandon Wright – 6-3 Sr. Ramsay Birmingham AL is strong to the rim and pounds the boards.

 

Kobe McClain – 6-7 Jr. Ramsay Birmingham AL is an athletic force in the paint, rebounds, and defends.

 

Terence Anderson – 6-3 So. Ramsay Birmingham AL is a young versatile combo forward with a bright future.

 

Tariq Muhammad – 5-8 CF DePaul University Chicago IL is a great floor general with excellent court awareness.


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Rick Bolus Boys Camps All Summer Camps Top 50+ Campers
Topic: Basketball

RICK BOLUS TOP 50+ CAMPERS - SUMMER OF 2015

LAST NAME

FIRST NAME

HT

CL

SCHOOL

TOWN

ST

       

TOP 12

   

MASON

JOHN

6'6

12

AVON PARK

AVON PARK

FL

MCCLAIN

KOBE

6'7

11

RAMSAY

BIRMINGHAM

AL

DONALDSON

JACOB

6'6

11

EFFINGHAM

EFFINGHAM

IL

DRABO

CHRIS

6'4

12

PLEASURE RIDGE PARK

LOUISVILLE

KY

HANDS

TY

6'3

10

PALM BEACH LAKES

W PALM BEACH

FL

HENRY

LENELL

6'8

11

MORGAN PARK

CHICAGO

IL

WYATT

DAIQUAN

6'4

11

PALM BEACH LAKES

W PALM BEACH

FL

BOLON

DALTON

6'3

12

INDIAN VALLEY

GNADENHUTTEN

OH

EAVES

JAIVEON

6'2

12

NORTH HOPKINS

MADISONVILLE

KY

WEATHERS

MYLON

5'11

12

STEVENSON

STERLING HTS

MI

JONES

MALIK

5'10

12

WHITEFIELD ACADEMY

MABLETON

GA

BROWN

KENRIQUE

5'11

10

METRO EAST LUTHERAN

EDWARDSVILLE

IL

       

TOP SLEEPER

   

ROGERS

TYLER

6'5

11

WEST ORANGE

WINTER GARDEN

FL

       

SECOND 12

   

WRIGHT

BRANDON

6'3

12

RAMSAY

BIRMINGHAM

AL

WHARTON

BRANDON

6'3

9

LIGHTHOUSE CHRISTIAN

ANTIOCH

TN

PHILLIPS

JAREN

6'4

9

TAMPA PREP (pending)

TAMPA

FL

WILSON

CONNOR

6'1

11

OHIO COUNTY 

HARTFORD

KY

FISHER

AUSTIN

5'11

11

CLARKSVILLE ACADEMY

CLARKSVILLE

TN

JENKINS

JADRIUS

6'0

11

DYERSBURG

DYERSBURG

TN

JONES

DARIAN

6'6

11

LIGHTHOUSE CHRISTIAN

ANTIOCH

TN

THOMPSON

ISAIAH

6'5

10

MASSAC CO.

METROPOLIS

IL

BANKSTON

TIMOTHY

6'5

12

THORNTON FRACTION N

CALUMET CITY

IL

BUTLER

ROLAND

6'1

12

CHRISTIAN CO.

HOPKINSVILLE

KY

PARKS

TYLANDRIUS

6'3

10

MIDDLETON

MIDDLETON

TN

ANDERSON

TERENCE

6'4

10

RAMSAY

BIRMINGHAM

AL

       

SECOND SLEEPER

   

STANLEY

HARRISON

6'5

11

HEWITT TRUSSVILLE

TRUSSVILLE

AL

       

NEXT 25 BEST (A-B-C ORDER)

   

ANTROBUS

MICHAEL

6'1

11

PENDLETON CO.

FALMOUTH

KY

BATES

JACOB

6'5

12

OLDHAM CO.

BUCKNER

KY

BETZ

JUSTON

6'1

11

PROVIDENCE

CLARKSVILLE

IN

BROWN

SEAN

6'0

12

WEST ORANGE

WINTER GARDEN

FL

BURKMAN

LUKAS

6'1

11

TRINITY

LOUISVILLE

KY

CAMPBELL

ZACHARY

5'8

9

LIGHTHOUSE ACADEMY

ANTIOCH

TN

CUNNINGHAM

NOAH

5'11

11

MADISONVILLE-N HOPKINS

MADISONVILLE

KY

EDWARDS

TYRIK

5'9

12

CHRISTIAN CO.

HOPKINSVILLE

KY

ELLIS

LAMONTAE

5'7

11

FLUSHING

FLUSHING

MI

GIVINS

LAVORRIS

6'0

11

PALM BEACH LAKES

W PALM BEACH

FL

GUMM

DAYTON

6'2

12

SOUTH WARREN

BOWLING GREEN

KY

HARRIS

SHAQUILLE

6'6

11

AMERICAN SENIOR

MIAMI LAKES

FL

JOHNSON

TOM

5'10

13

COLLEGE-TBA

CHICAGO

IL

KENNEDY

MARQUISE

5'9

9

CRETE MONEE

CRETE

IL

KIRK

ISSACHAR

6'6

12

LIGHTHOUSE CHRISTIAN

ANTIOCH

TN

LLUMBET

JACOB

6'6

10

MARYVILLE

MARYVILLE

TN

MOORE

DANIEL

6'4

12

LITTLE MIAMI

MORROW

OH

MUHAMMAD

TARIQ

5'8

13

DEPAUL UNIVERSITY

CHICAGO

IL

PRICE

TC

6'3

10

LEXINGTON CATHOLIC

LEXINGTON

KY

REID

JAIVION

5'9

9

MICHIGAN CITY

MICHIGAN CITY

IN

REID

JERRION

5'9

8

MICHIGAN CITY

MICHIGAN CITY

IN

SIVILLS

WILL

6'4

11

MCRACKEN CO.

PADUCAH

KY

SMITH

JASON

6'4

12

BEARDEN

KNOXVILLE

TN

STRETTON

COLE

6'0

12

MARCO ISLAND ACADEMY

MARCO ISLAND

FL

WILBORN

JAMES

6'4

8

MT. MORRIS

MT. MORRIS

MI

 


Posted by REH at 5:30 PM EDT
Updated: Saturday, 18 July 2015 9:49 PM EDT
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Friday, 17 July 2015
Rick Bolus Boys Mini Camp Award Winners High School Division
Topic: Basketball

RBBMCF

 

 

Rick Bolus Boys Mini Camp July 13-14, 2015

 

Award Winners High School Division

 

Free Throws: BC Tyree Blair 6-0 Sr. Ramsay Birmingham AL

 

Free Throws: BC Chris Moore 5-7 CF Upper Iowa University Fayette IA

 

Free Throws: FC Davion Greenleaf 5-9 So. Hansberry College Prep Chicago IL

 

Hot Shot: BC Caleb Furnish 5-10 Sr. Switzerland Co. Vevay IN

 

Hot Shot: BC Tariq Muhammad 5-8 CF DePaul University Chicago IL

 

Hot Shot: FC Treyvel East 5-10 Jr. T.F. North Calumet City IL

 

3 Point: BC Baylee Anderson 6-1 Jr. Butler Co. Morgantown KY

 

3 Point: BC Lukas Burkman 6-1 Jr. Trinity Louisville KY

 

3 Point: FC Marlon Smith 6-4 Sr. Homewood-Flossmoor Flossmoor IL

 

Slam Dunk Kobe McClain 6-7 Jr. Ramsay Birmingham AL

 

Top Sleeper Dakota Bott 6-2 Sr. Apostolic Christian Maryville TN

 

Most Improved Caleb Furnish 5-10 Sr. Switzerland Co. Vevay IN

 

Top Dribbler Ryan Conner 6-0 Sr. Russell County Russell Springs KY

 

Top Passer Justin Wiley 5-9 Jr. Ramsay Birmingham AL

 

Top Defender Bryce Miller 5-11 Jr. Stevenson Sterling Hts. MI

 

Top Rebounder Jacob Koselke 6-3 Sr. Morgan Twp Valparaiso IN

 

110% Award Phillip Kratzenberg 5-11 Sr. Ironton Ironton OH

 

Top Station Worker TJ Wray 5-10 Sr. Ballard Memorial Barlow KY

 

Top Shooter Baylee Anderson 6-1 Jr. Butler Co. Morgantown KY

 

Best Attitude Akeem Riley 5-10 Jr. Calvary Christian Taylor Mill KY

 

Top Underclassman Kobe McClain 6-7 Jr. Ramsay Birmingham AL

 

Camp MVP Mylon Weathers 5-11 Sr. Stevenson Sterling Hts. MI

 

Camp RU-MVP Malik Jones 5-10 Sr. Whitefield Academy Mableton GA

 

Tourney MVP Jacob Koselke 6-3 Sr. Morgan Twp Valparaiso IN

 

Tourney RU-MVP Brandon Wright 6-3 Sr. Ramsay AL


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Rick Bolus Boys Mini Camp July 13-14, 2015 Award Winners Junior Varsity Division
Topic: Basketball

RBBMCE

 

Rick Bolus Boys Mini Camp July 13-14, 2015

 

Award Winners Junior Varsity Division

 

Free Throws: BC Cameron Dean 5-11 So. Livingston Central Smithland KY

 

Free Throws: FC Aidan Wilson 6-3 Fr. McCracken County Paducah KY

 

Hot Shot: BC Connor Gray 5-10 Fr. Ohio County Hartford KY

 

Hot Shot: FC Ronald Youngblood 6-2 Jr. Ramsay Birmingham AL

 

3 Point: BC Jacob Rice 5-8 Fr. Johnson Central Paintsville KY

 

Top Sleeper Will Moore 5-11 So. Butler County Morgantown KY

 

Most Improved Andrew Schmitt 6-3 Fr. Ryle Union KY

 

Top Dribbler Joshua Barnes 5-6 Fr. Conner Hebron KY

 

Top Passer Isaiah Bradford 5-11 So. Ramsay Birmingham AL

 

Top Defender Nick Dillard 6-3 Jr. Hewitt Trussville Trussville AL

 

Top Rebounder Devin Copeland 6-1 So. Harpeth Kingston Springs TN

 

110% Award Cooper Heck 5-7 So. Rossford Rossford OH

 

Top Station Worker Waggs Greer 6-3 So. Ravenwood Brentwood TN

 

Top Shooter Jordan Eaton 5-11 So. Hewitt Trussville Trussville AL

 

Best Attitude Jaylon Reese 6-1 So. Hewitt Trussville Trussville AL

 

Camp MVP Noah Hawkins 6-5 So. Manual Louisville KY

 

Camp RU-MVP Terrence Anderson 6-3 So. Ramsay Birmingham AL

 

Tourney MVP Brian Sims 5-10 So. Ramsay Birmingham AL

 

Tourney RU-MVP Tylandrius Parks 6-3 So. Middleton Middleton TN


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