The way the young cagers performed at the 2013 Futures Camp in Milwaukee, WI showed athletes that are committed to working hard, developing their games and competing at a high level against other talented high school players. Diamond Stone, Jimmy Whitt, Edward Morrow, Joseph Toye, Marlon Stewart and others certainly shined as major competitors throughout the camp. We continue our coverage of this past weekend with a look at 20 juniors who made an impact this past weekend in Milwaukee…

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JOJO ANDERSON - 2015 - G - HOUSTON HOOPS
6-3 - LA LUMIERE - LA PORTE, IN
Anderson does a fantastic job of using his speed and quickness to get advantages offensively, slicing through gaps and keeping interior defenders off balance as he gets to the lane. Anderson finishes with touch attacking the rim, but proved in Milwaukee that his outside game is deadly if an opponent gives him any space.

LEVI BRADLEY - 2015 - SF - TP ELITE
6-7 - PIUS XI - MILWAUKEE, WI
Bradley is a long 6-7 wing/forward with a lot of room to work in his game as he continues developing his shooting stroke from 18’ and out. He does an excellent job using quick decisions and cuts against bigger defenders, working his way back to his left-hand and has good touch around the hoop with it. Bradley has become a force on the glass pretty consistently as well.

LAMOUS BROWN - 2015 - C - SYF PLAYERS
6-10 - MORGAN PARK, CHICAGO, IL
The 6-10 center had to miss a season of basketball a year ago, but at the Futures Camp it was clear he is ready to show opponents in Illinois what he can do this season at Morgan Park (IL). Brown’s length inside helps him disrupt or deny shots defensively, he goes after boards at their high point and has developed a solid offensive skill-set, finishing in different ways around the hoop and being able to hit shots confidently from the mid-range and high-post areas.

MYLES CARTER - 2015 - PF - MEANSTREETS
6-8 - ST. RITA - CHICAGO, IL
Carter is an athletic big man who battles and works hard inside to make plays. He works the glass hard with his size, plays aggressive defensively and runs the floor in transition pretty well also. Furthermore, Carter does a solid job finishing plays around the hoop, particularly catching at the block and exploding to the basket.

JALEN COLEMAN - 2015 - SG - INDIANA ELITE
6-3 - LA LUMIERE - INDIANAPOLIS, IN
Unfortunately, Coleman suffered a sprained ankle early during play in Milwaukee, but the game he played, Coleman showed great scoring ability. Coleman was able penetrate to the basket a couple times with good handle and strong bounce, and then when the defense softened, he proved he can drain shots from the perimeter as well.

CHANDLER FUZAK - 2015 - F/C - FULL PACKAGE
6-10 - WHEATON ACADEMY - NAPERVILLE, IL
Fuzak does an excellent job using his length and intelligence to be productive inside. His shot is coming around, and at the Futures Camp Fuzak ran the court really well. He has done a great job getting more active rebounding the basketball.

KAIN HARRIS - 2015 - SG - MAC IRVIN FIRE
6-5 - MORGAN PARK - CHICAGO, IL
Harris is an explosive athlete with a high ceiling on the court. Harris is solid defensively one-on-one because of his strength and speed and runs the floor tremendously where he often finishes plays above the rim, throwing slams down one or two-handed depending on traffic. Harris is still working on making his jumper more consistent which will help his efficiency from the floor.

KARL HARRIS - 2015 - SG - ILLINOIS STARS
6-4 - DE LA SALLE INSTITUTE - HAZELCREST, IL
Harris is somewhat of a raw basketball player still with great upside, but he does some things really well already. Harris is excellent on fast breaks finding ways to finish points off with or without contact. The junior has great leaping ability and speed up and down the court, and his overall skill-set is on the edge of making him a very dangerous player to defend.

KEITH HAYES - 2015 - PG - FULL PACKAGE
5-11 - GLENBARD WEST - LOMBARD, IL
Hayes is a very quick, smart and controlled floor general with the ability to score the basketball when he needs to and/or takes advantage of open opportunities to put points on the board. Hayes has a strong handle, sees the floor very well and does a great job fighting himself out of tough situations. The lead man knocked down some outside shots in Milwaukee and created plays for his teammates.

JAYLEN KEY - 2015 - F - TP ELITE
6-6 - HOMESTEAD - MILWAUKEE, WI
Key is forming himself into a very tough interior player, while continuing to explore from the mid-range. The junior forward did a really good job at the Futures Camp of finishing plays off at the hoop and was strong on the offensive glass creating second and third opportunities for himself and his team with his activity. Key has also showed he can step out to the wing and knock down a three or two when open.

NICK MCGLYNN - 2015 - F - WI PLAYGROUND WARRIORS
6-8 - STOUGHTON - STOUGHTON, WI
At 6-8, McGlynn has an even longer wingspan which he uses very well with his interior defense. He does a good job protecting the rim and works hard rebounding the basketball. Offensively, McGlynn is a good finisher off the catch at the block and showed he has a good mid-range shot as well.

EDWARD MORROW - 2015 - SF - MAC IRVIN FIRE
6-7 - SIMEON - CHICAGO, IL
Morrow is a sensational young performer when he gets his game rolling. Morrow can knock down shots from anywhere, but is especially dangerous from 15-feet and in where he can use his athleticism to create space and get open looks at the hoop. He also finishes extremely well going to the rim and works hard to get second-chances by crashing the offensive boards.

PRENTISS NIXON - 2015 - G - ILLINOIS WOLVES
6-1 - BOLINGBROOK - BOLINGBROOK, IL
Nixon is a combo guard who projects well to be successful at the next level due to his competitiveness and ability to make plays with the basketball. When Nixon gets in rhythm he is difficult to slow down as he can play to the rim, has worked on his mid-range pull up and is very good shooting the ball from beyond the arc.

CODY SCHWARTZ - 2015 - PF - WI BLIZZARD
6-8 - WEST DEPERE - DEPERE, WI
Schwartz is a stretch four with an improving ability to take the basketball to the hoop off the dribble. Measuring 6-8, Schwartz can get hot from the three-point line with good range. At the Futures Camp, Schwartz also proved he can score at the rim, taking it to the hoop off the dribble a couple times and also making a few post moves for scores as well.

JOSHUA STAMPS - 2015 - SG - DROSE ALL-STARS
6-6 - CURIE - CHICAGO, IL
Stamps has really elevated his game over the last year with his aggressiveness on the floor. A true shooting guard, Stamps has an outstanding release with a deadly accurate eye for sending the ball through nets. He also can play above the rim in transition which is good because of his improved defensive acumen.

MARLON STEWART - 2015 - G - DROSE ALL-STARS
6-1 - NORTH SCOTT - PARK VIEW, IA
When Stewart plays under control, he proves to be extremely difficult to defend as he can beat you getting to the rack or dropping treys from range. He is an excellent penetrator, does good work with the ball in the open court typically and can finish with a variety of moves going to the rim. Stewart is a fantastic athlete and uses his instincts on the court very well.

DIAMOND STONE - 2015 - F/C - YOUNG LEGENDS
6-10 - DOMINICAN - WAUWATOSA, WI
Stone is one of the top players in the country for a reason. The talented post has the size, skill and determination to dominate on the court, rebounding the basketball and blocking shots at will. Offensively, Stone can score with either hand on the turn, has shown able to knock down outside shots, has a terrific spin to the hoop from the block and loves pulling down rims. He was highly productive yet again at the Futures Camp, grabbing a Co-MVP honor.

JOSEPH TOYE - 2015 - SF - MEANSTREETS
6-7 - LA LUMIERE - LA PORTE, IN
As a gifted athlete and basketball player, Toye has showed several times why he is a highly sought prospect. With speed up the court, quickness out of breaks and making difficult moves look smooth, Toye toys with defenders at times and finishes plays consistently whether with touch or power. The talented small forward also has a good jump shot to his arsenal. Along with Stone and Whitt, Toye earned himself a Futures Camp MVP award.

JIMMY WHITT - 2015 - PG - KC RUN GMC
6-3 - HICKMAN - COLUMBIA, MO
Whitt is an exceptional lead guard who can affect the game in a variety of ways and typically makes what he does look easy. He sees the floor really well and in Milwaukee displayed his ability to make plays for others often, executing difficult passes with precision. Whitt can play coast-to-coast and is able to break down defenders to get wherever he needs to get on the court. His jumper is outstanding and he displayed a solid off-balance floater in traffic at the Futures Camp.

CHRISTIAN WILLIAMS - 2015 - SG - PEORIA IRISH
6-5 - ST. THERESA-DECATUR - DECATUR, IL
Williams is a competitor and talented young scorer when he finds his rhythm. Williams battles on the glass on both ends, shares the basketball alright, but is most prolific putting the ball in the hoop, using his athleticism and feel on the court to get open looks or make plays at the rim. At the Futures Camp, Williams took a little time to get going but was excellent and efficient once he warmed up.