Tomorrow, the 4th Annual T3TV All-American Camp tips off in Mason, Ohio, and again promises to attract a number of elite elementary and middle school players from around the country. On Friday, the 4-year event will feature “Showcase” games in each of the 8 divisions that will mostly feature nationally ranked players. In addition, the opening day will include skill and drill stations, player pictures and interviews.
As is the case every year, the amount of media will be significant! Specifically, in addition to the Buckeye Prep Report, 17 different media outlets will be in the building, including: Nike’s John Stovall, MSHTV, Courtside Films, Ball Is Life, Top 25 Scouts, Slam, Fox Sports, In The Gym hoops, Overtime, Strictly Bball, Elite Mix Tapes, Theo Visuals, Prep Hoops, Daballers Life, HGH Films, Cales Visuals and Birdball Productions.
In terms of showcase game rosters, some of the more notable participants include: (2036): Chief King; (2035): Messiah Gregory, William Shoecraft, Nate Henderson, Magic Trapps, Stoney Horton, Rico Fox, Antonio King, Caleb Anthony, Kobe Morgan, Braylen Johnson, Taylen Holt; (2034): Weston Jackson, Arayan Kurji, Derrick Taver Jr., Amir Bellfield, Kingston Everett, Justus Tomas and Messiah Clement; (2033): DJ DeHart, Chance Patterson, Tyson Ash, Brayden Bosten, Tyler Burns, LJ Oden, Wisdom Smalls, Jody Stallings, Robert McKiver Jr., Joshua Rutlidge, Canaan Echols, Lennon Smith, Braxton Butler and Taylin Stevenson.
(2032): Cole Adams, Ayden Garth, Chase Williams, Keylon Thomas, Jordan Taylor, Josh Morgan-Green, Penny King, Preston Hamby, Jedi Haynes-Lee, Kamar Lee, Josiah Taylor, Desvino Douglas and Derek Coleman; (2031): William Paige, Zander Pughsley, Levi Roberts, Keal Stock, Honor Taylor, Terry Holt III, Joshua Anthony, David Ice, Beckham Loebig, Kinnie Varney, Ace Harper, Shane Gordon, Cameron Stone, Leshawn Lyle, Adam Lawrence and Jax Opoku Agyeman; (2030): Tommarri Patterson, Tanner Morgan, Delon Carter-Apple, Deo Dixon, Kamani Walker, Jael Kabeya, Trey Horton, Dulce Thomas, Noah Durell, Niles Neumann, Jaiylen, Ekanem, King Haris, Desmond Douglas and Jeremiah Johnson.
(2029): King Bacot, Deloni Pughsley, Dallas Stewart, William Peagler Jr., Vijay Keshaw, Jayden Davis, Jordan McDaniel, Brandon Lafell Jr., KJ Rivers, Noah Foster, Julian Sam, Jaden Johnson, Kamden Thompson, Jacobi Thompson, Quali Giran, Jace Opoku Agyeman, Judah Van Ewijk, Amari Davis and Cannaan Yeager; (2028): Kam Mercer, Zeek Alvarez, Jaiden Martin, Todd Mihmn, Q Sugarman, Hayes Gottlieb, Darren Ford, Darius Dixon, Jaleel Smith, Jaylen Allen, Chase Smith, LeShawn Hill, Miles Simpson, Lleyton Leonard, Bell Smith, Cooper Holbrook, Chris Poellnitz, Jeff Williams, Donte Chivers, Breyln Moses, Jordan Fisher, Max Joiner, Jashawn Coffee, Jamal Whitfield, Atrell Burt, Jayce Goff, Kaiden Jones and Jordan Perdomo.
With the amount of talent expected to be in the gym, both the showcase games and the regular camp games should be very competitive. Not only will we be monitoring the nationally ranked kids, we will be searching for up and coming players who deserve the spotlight. Look for our event coverage during and at the conclusion of the event.