2016 Rodney Hood Elite Camp

2016 Rodney Hood Elite Camp

Meridian High School and Meridian CC

Rodney Hood Elite Camp Notes

You can’t begin to talk about the Rodney Hood Elite Camp without thanking all the special people that were involved with putting this event together. First and foremost, Mr Ricky Hood Sr. Mr Hood speaks with authority and kids listen (including his own grown kids). Mr. Hood has instilled generosity into his kids and taught them to have big hearts. The Boys and Girls Club is lucky to have such a great man running the show. Meridian is really lucky to have him in place to help with the young kids. Next, you have to give Rodney Hood the big thank you. I’ve heard the statement, well he makes X amount a year he can afford to do events like this. Well that is correct but look at how may of the NBA guys don’t give back. He don’t have to come to MS and help out. He could do this in Utah or North Carolina. But, he is giving back to the state he came from. You might have noticed that I said MS and not Meridian. He is not only helping Meridian but the whole state by bringing players in from all 4 corners. He helped house and feed players from the hill county, delta, pine belt, gulf coast, golden triangle, Memphis metro, Jackson and the river region. Thank you Rodney Hood, thank you. I started my site to help the kids from all regions of MS and it feels great to see another group with the same objective. They could be just focusing on Meridian. Next you have to mention Ricky Hood Jr. Ricky is like the motor that makes the group go. He is the motivator that sparks the event and keeps it on track. Ricky is one of the most kind hearted persons you will ever meet. Expect great things from the MS Express organization in the next few years. The MS Express is the AAU teams that the Hoods help oversee. Last but not least, you have the true brains behind the event. Nicole Hood is the brain that helps keep things going. It was very difficult to ask a question without getting a response of, let me check with Nicole. She is kinda behind the scenes but is very, very hard working. Thank you Nicole and Ricky for everything you do.

Here is a list of Coaches/former players that helped with the camp:

Camp Directors:
Ricky Hood Jr – played at Meridian HS then UT-Chattanooga
Southern Conference Tourney Champion and NCAA tourney appearance
Founder/Director of Mississippi Express Basketball Organization
Older brother of Rodney Hood

Nicole Hood – played at Westside HS (Anderson, SC) then UT-Chattanooga
4-time Southern Conference Regular Season and Tourney Champion and NCAA tourney appearance.
Information Director for Mississippi Express Basketball Organization
Wife of Ricky Hood Jr.

Whitney Hood – played at Meridian HS then UT-Chattanooga
Southern Conference Regular Season Champion and NCAA tourney appearance
Sister of Rodney Hood

Rodney Hood – 2014 1st rd 23rd pick Utah Jazz

Duke

Mississippi St

Meridian

Coaches:

Joshua Bailey – played at Birmingham Southern College
Coach at Holy Family HS (Birmingham, AL)

Kendrick McDonald – played at Alcorn State
Assistant Coach at Laurel HS
Current Coach for Mississippi Express Basketball Organization

William Byrd – played at Meridian Community College
Assistant Coach at Carver MS
Current Coach for Mississippi Express Basketball Organization

Kelvin Nixon – played at William Carey University
Assistant Coach at Quitman HS
Current Coach for Mississippi Express Basketball Organization

Jordan Payne – played at Meridian CC then to Louisiana Monroe
Assistant Coach at Meridian CC
Current Coach for Mississippi Express Basketball Organization

Ron Norman – played at William Carey University
Current Head Coach at Meridian HS
Former Head Coach at Pascagoula, Wayne County, Bay Springs

Brandon Davis – played at University of South Alabama
Played in Europe and for Kentucky Mavericks Semi-Pro

Nick Waters – played for Meridian CC & Faulkner University

Kevin Moses – coached at MRA for 6 years
Went to Hutchinson College in Kansas
Executive Director over non-profit MS Youth – Coaching kids for 22 yrs
Current Coach for Mississippi Express Basketball Organization

Neil Henry – played at Meridian HS then Meridian CC then West Alabama
Coaching kids for 10 yrs now
Current Coach for Mississippi Express Basketball Organization

Ed Hopper – played at Meridian HS then US Air Force
Coaching kids for 10 yrs now
Current Coach for Mississippi Express Basketball Organization

Fred Cole – played at Meridian HS then Alcorn State
Coaching kids for 8yrs now

Stephanie Mosley – played at Meridian CC
Former assistant coach at Meridian HS
Head Girls Coach for Mississippi Express Basketball Organization

Stephen Dyess – played at Northeast Lauderdale HS then East Central CC
Current Coach for Mississippi Express Basketball Organization

Cameron Payne – 2015 1st rd, 14th pick Oklahoma City Thunder G

Murray State OVC Player of the Year, OVC Freshman of the Year

Lausanne Collegiate

Skal Labissiere – 2016 1st rd 28th pick Sacramento Kings

Kentucky

Evangelical Christian

LaQuinton Ross – plays professionally overseas

Ohio State

Murrah

Deville Smith – plays professionally overseas

UNLV

UT Martin

Callaway

Player Notes

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Lebron Johnson 9 yr old Dekalb, MS: stepping out of the box on this one. I usually don’t evaluate the younger kids and I didn’t this one but……. He got the Most Outstanding Camper Award for the 2nd year in a row. Keep an out out for him in about 5 years.

Austin Crowley 6-4 2019 G West Point 6-6 wing span: Totally dominated the 9th and 10th grade portion of the camp. He established himself as one of the top 2019’s in the state. Smooth, shifty guard can get any shot he wants and has the ability to find the open man. He should be getting national attention soon.

Tucker Hill 6-6 2019 G/F Tishomingo County 6-6 wingspan Burnsville, MS: didn’t really have the best camp but he is a great project going forward. 6-6 with handles and a good 3 ball. The best thing about his game??? He can shoot with both hands on a regular basis.Very intriguing to watch down the road.

Casey “CJ” Smith 5-11 2018 G West Lowndes 5-11 wingspan Columbus, MS: Sunday was the best I’ve ever seen him play. He rose to the occasion when challenged. Stocky guard can get to the rack and get good shots off or find the open man.

Reginald Bolden Jr 5-8 2018 PG Gentry 5-7 wingspan Indianola, MS: This guy can go and doesn’t have a problem putting his 5-7 frame up against the big guys when he gets in the lane. Very fast. He should make some noise from the delta this year. He was one of my dads favorite guys to watch at the camp, especially in the 1-on-1 comps.

Tyron “Ty” Brewer 6-6 2018 G Meridian 6-8 wingspan: Long lanky guard that wasn’t afraid of a challenge. He was always in the mix in the good battles on the court. He showed some range, one of the things he was missing last year.

Onyinyechi “Brown” Eyisi 6-9 2018 Prolific Prep, CA 7-2 wingspan Jackson, MS: physical phenom. He will be playing at Prolific Prep in California this year. Will he have an opportunity to play a high school game in MS this year???? We’ll have to wait and see. Look forward to see his game grow over the next few years. Should be special.

Javian Fleming 6-8 2018 C Canton 7-1 wingspan: What do you do if you are an undersized center? You use your 7-1 wingspan, your bullish body and your ballerina footwork to make scoring baskets look easy against the bigger guys. I am even more impressed with him every time I watch him play, just like every college coach out there this summer has been.

Andrew Junkin 7-0 2018 C New Hope 7-0 wingspan: Hmmm???? 7-0 check. High motor-check. High motor-check. High motor-check again. Who needs a smart 7 footer with a high motor? Yeah Coaches should start beating his door down soon.

Hogan Linzy 6-6 2018 G/F Lafayette County 6-5 wingspan Oxford, MS: Yes I know, more love to the smart guys. 6-6 lefty that can handle the ball, pass well and shoot for range (smart range). Automatic 15 footer. Again, Coaches start knocking.

Ladarius Marshall 6-6 2018 F Forest Hill 6-7 wingspan: The best D1 tight end in basketball not playing football. Freakishly strong athlete that can jump out of the gym.

Bryson Mills 6-5 2018 G Mendenhall 6-5 wingspan: the former Magee player didn’t shoot the ball well at all. What do Coaches want to see when players are off? That’s right, he was killing on the offensive boards. His defense was top notch. Ball handling is much improved since last season. He really impressed me with the boards.

Malik Riddle 6-3 2018 G/F Marshall Academy 6-7 wingspan: He had a very good camp. He showed the ability to get in the lane and score with ease. He has a great first step, second step and third step……by then he is scoring while you catch up.

Kenneth Nwuba 6-10 2018 C Oak Hill Academy, VA 7-1 wingspan Jackson, MS: I was very impressed with his passing ability in the low post. Patience and strength is a virtue for him. One National Championship under his belt already and a very good chance of making a run at it this year too.

Tucker Santiago 5-9 2018 G St. Patrick 5-8 wingspan: Heart. This guy doesn’t fear anyone. You would look up and see him playing the biggest and baddest guys at the camp 1-on-1. He never backed down from anyone. Very impressive.

Daquan Smith 6-1 2018 G Holly Springs 6-1 wingspan: Welcome to the top players in the state club. He finally garnered much needed attention and still didn’t play his best this weekend. His shot is so money and his speed is lightning. Why you not get up any on them guys? He has the ability to fly but he kept it reserved. A high D1 player for the taking.

Robert Woodard 6-6 2018 G/F Columbus 7-0 wingspan: A very toned up Woodard. You thought the was a beast before, get out is his way now. He showed a great mid-range game. He wasn’t settling for the 3 every time. Seems like he is also gaining a killer instinct as well.

Robert Boyd 6-1 2017 G Holmes County Central 6-3 wingspan: I would like to first apologize to the JUCO Coaches in the state. Nobody gained more from this camp than Robert. He went in as a good JUCO player and came out the other side as a great mid-major get. The good size guard could have easily been one of the fastest guys at camp. He would be perfect for a team that likes to run and has no need for a shot clock. His outside shooting is much improved. He probably could have scored every trip down the court by shooting layups but he also got his teammates involved. Congrats Robert, you took advantage of the opportunity in front of you. Coach Patrick should be very happy right now.

Anthony Davis Jr 5-9 2017 G Shaw 5-11 wingspan Cleveland, MS: A 5-9 bulldog. I’ve seen video of him and the video on YouTube doesn’t do him any justice. Another guy with no fear and heart. He gave Robert Woodard everything he wanted in the 1-on-1 contest. He plays much bigger than his size. Every team needs a bulldog.

Kendrick Fountain 6-5 2017 G/F Holly Springs 6-8 wingspan: Another big find for the guys not familiar with MS basketball. A 6-5 shifty guard that can get in the lane when he wants. He needs a little refining but what a get he can be.

William Gaines Jr 6-5 2017 G Wayne County 6-6 wingspan Waynesboro, MS: Most people didn’t even notice the 6-5 G playing. Why not he didn’t do anything special. But I noticed him because he didn’t do anything bad either. He played very solid all weekend long. He didn’t have a bad day. He played above average the entire time. Expect great things from Gaines Jr and Wayne County this year.He’s a very good steal for someone.

Da’Quan “DQ” Gaudin 6-4 2017 F St. Martin 6-9 wingspan Biloxi, MS: He is not D1 or D2 but he did show up this weekend. He was actually everywhere this weekend. Every time I turned around he was making garbage plays. Loose balls had his name on them, a great garbage man. He was just plain everywhere.

Xaiver “Zay” Heidelberg 5-10 2017 PG Russell Christian Academy 6-1 wingspan Meridian, MS: The MS kid playing in the AL private league didn’t really have a great day Saturday. He stepped up Sunday and took advantage of playing with the MS kids. He was taking the ball to the rack with ease A very fast guard that played with true grit and toughness.

Travion Jones 6-1 2017 G/F Wilkinson County 6-3 wingspan Woodville, MS: Another one of my dads favorite players to watch. He has the total package. A garbage man that can pass and score very well .He moves very well without the ball. Very similar to an old school player that don’t have a problem scoring.

Jay Malone 5-10 2017 G Meridian 6-2 wingspan: He had probably the best play of the weekend. He shook his defender, drove around another and then hit the scoop wrap around lay-up over one the the big giants down low.

Brandon Mills 6-9 2017 F/C Mendenhall 7-0 wingspan: Hello Mills brothers. Welcome to the big leagues of high school basketball because Brandon and younger brother Bryson are now in conversations. Brandon helped back up a comment I made last season about him being one of the top big guys in the state. The 6-9 post would get a board, turn and start the break by dribbling down or hitting the open target. One of the better passing big guys around. Good mid-range shot with the ability to put the ball on the court. He changed shots and made it hard to get baskets around the rim. I heard this comment about the Mendenhall transfer. “He is the most skilled big man in the state yet he is the most unpolished gem.” He could be a huge asset to college teams with some fundamental development. Here is another guy that was unknown and made his way into the top rankings in the state just by a trip to Meridian.

Tavian “TK” Strobridge 6-1 2017 G St. Patrick 6-5 wingspan Biloxi, MS: The transfer from Memphis is going to be an early Christmas present for Coach Robinson at St. Patrick. A really good, solid guard that can get in the lane, draw contact and get baskets. A hard nosed defender that could lock down opposing teams best players. A smart ball player. He has been coached well before entering the Magnolia State.Welcome to the Sip.

Troymain Crosby 6-4 2017 G/F Laurel 6-6 wingspan: Mr. Hardware. He played above average the entire camp. Solid with no mistakes. He showed more of a PG mentality playing with the Elite guys which should be a welcomed sign to college coaches. He is a triple-double waiting to happen every time he steps on the court. Keep the awards and trophies rolling in this season.


Rodney Hood Elite Camp Awards

 3rd and 4th grade

Camp MVP

Lebron Johnson

Dekalb


Hustle Award

Ashton McGee


Sportsmanship Award

Keaton Gray

Newton


Knockout Champion

Deontae Hopper

Meridian


Dribble Wars Champ

Lebron Johnson

Dekalb


1-ON-1 Champion

Lebron Johnson

Dekalb


3-ON-3 Champs

Ashton McGee

Deontae Hopper

Meridian

Keaton Gray

Newton


5-ON-5 Champs

Keaton Gray

Newton

Lebron Johnson

Dekalb

Brayden Dean

Meridian

Ecclesiastes Goodwin Jr

Chunky

Zamarion Burton

Jeremiah Anthony

Morris Ducksworth


Most Outstanding Defense

Deontae Hopper

Meridian


Most Outstanding Shooter

Champ Wesco

Hattiesburg


Most Improved Award

Shadarion Washington

Meridian

Demarcus Powe

Meridian


Go After It Award

Ricky Hood III

Midvale, UT

Ashton Ratcliff

Meridian


5th and 6th grade

Most Outstanding Camper

Connor Rogers

Starkville


Hustle Award

Amare Carter

Meridian

Russell Brooks

Meridian


Sportsmanship Award

Hezekiah West

Shubuta


Knockout Champion

QuanDarius Moffite

Meridian


1-ON-1 Champion

Connor Rogers

Starkville


3-ON-3 Champs

Hezekiah West

Shubuta

Amare Carter

Meridian

Tyquez Bryant

Meridian

Kaderius Hill


5-ON-5 Champs

Connor Rogers

Starkville

Kaderius Hill

Derrius Ramsey

Meridian

Jamire Clayton

Meridian

Christian Jones

Meridian


7th and 8th grade

Most Outstanding Camper

Omarion Luss

Clinton


Hustle Award

Shadamien Williamson


Sportsmanship Award

Curtis Russell


Knockout Champs

Corren Redd

Garrett Dunn

Kosciusko


Dribble Wars Champion

Jamerison Martin

Fulton


1-ON-1 Champion

Tony Davis

Como


3-On-3 Champs

Curtis Russell

Leterrius Warren

Tyrese “Ty” Roberson

Ecru/North Pontotoc


5-ON-5 Champs

Tony Davis

Como

Omarion Luss

Clinton

Donavon Parker

Heidelberg

Thomas Saunders

Zoe Creer

Meridian


9th and 10th grade

Most Outstanding Campers

Austin Crowley

6-4 2019 G West Point

Traemond Pittman

6-0 2019 G Meridian


Hustle Award

Cade McKellar

6-0 2020 PG Senatobia/Magnolia Heights


Sportsmanship Award

Jakorie Smith

6-4 2019 Utica/Raymond


1-ON-1 Winners

Azerious Ellis

Meridian

Garrett Dunn

Kosciusko

Cade McKellar

6-0 2020 PG Senatobia/Magnolia Heights

Isaiah Patrick

5-10 2020 Richland

Traemond Pittman

6-0 2019 G Meridian

Tradavis Thompson

6-1 2019 Raymond

Cameron Jones

Austin Crowley

6-4 G 2019 West Point


11th and 12th grade

Most Outstanding Campers

Robert Woodard

6-6 2018 G/F Columbus

Casey “CJ” Smith

5-9 PG 2018 Columbus/West Lowndes

Tyron “Ty” Brewer

6-6 2018 G/F Meridian


Hustle Award

Reginald Bolden Jr

5-7 PG 2018 Indianola Gentry


Sportsmanship Awards

Da’Quan “DQ” Gaudin

6-4 2017 Biloxi/St. Martin

Zach Willis

6-5 SG 2018 Tri-County Academy


MagnoliaHoops Head of the Class

The top 5 players, by grade, that had the best weekend or made the best impression (on me or the contributors of MagnoliaHoops) at the Rodney Hood Elite Camp.

2020

Cade McKellar

6-0 PG Magnolia Heights

Isaiah Patrick

5-10 Richland

Tequavion Bennamon

6-6 Meridian

Cameron Brown

6-2 Hattiesburg

Jamarion Walker

6-0 SG Shaw


2019

Austin Crowley

6-4 G West Point

Jakorie Smith

6-4 F Raymond

Traemond Pittman

6-0 Meridian

Darrius Clark

6-5 Gentry

Tradavis Thompson

6-1 G/F Raymond


2018

Robert Woodard

6-6 G/F Columbus

Tyron “Ty” Brewer

6-6 G Meridian

 Malik Riddle

6-3 G/F Marshall Academy

Bryson Mills

6-5 G Mendenhall

 Reginald Bolden Jr

5-8 PG Gentry


2017

Robert Boyd

6-1 G Holmes County Central

Brandon Mills

6-9 F/C Mendenhall

Troymain Crosby

6-4 G/F Laurel

Anthony Davis Jr

5-9 G Shaw

 Travion Jones

6-1 G/F Wilkinson County


MagnoliaHoops Starting 5

The 5 players that had the best weekend or made the best impression (on me or the contributors of MagnoliaHoops) at the Rodney Hood Elite Camp

Robert Woodard

6-6 2018 G/F Columbus

Tyron “Ty” Brewer

6-6 2018 G Meridian

Robert Boyd

6-1 G 2017 Holmes County Central

Brandon Mills

6-9 2017 F/C Mendenhall

Austin Crowley

6-4 2019 G West Point


Here is a list of players that attended the Rodney Hood Elite Camp listed by age:

17 yr old

Cameron Woodall 6-6 2018 F Raymond 6-8 wingspan Terry, MS

Charles Winston 5-7 2017 PG Laurel 5-9 wingspan

Brandon Williams 6-3 2017 F Leake County 6-6 wingspan Lena, MS

Troymain Crosby 6-4 2017 G/F Laurel 6-6 wingspan

Tavian “TK” Strobridge 6-1 2017 G St. Patrick 6-5 wingspan Biloxi, MS

Rickey Smith Jr 5-10 2017 G/F Gentry 5-11 wingspan Indianola, MS

Gregory “Greg” Robinson 6-8 2017 F/C Biggersville 6-10 wingspan Rienzi, MS

Devonte Moore 6-3 2017 G Northwest Rankin 6-4 wingspan Brandon, MS

Brandon Mills 6-9 2017 F/C Mendenhall 7-0 wingspan

Casey McQueen 5-10 2017 G Leake Central 5-11 wingspan Carthage, MS

Christopher “CJ” McGaha 5-9 2017 PG Baldwyn 5-7 wingspan

Roderious McFarland 5-11 2017 PG Wayne County 6-2 wingspan

Caleb McCalmon 6-4 2017 G Tishomingo County 6-3 wingspan Iuka, MS

Jay Malone 5-10 2017 G Meridian 6-2 wingspan

Johnathon “Jack” Magandy 6-4 2017 G/F St. Patrick 6-4 wingspan Long Beach, MS

Kelandrix Lushaw 6-2 2017 F Wilkinson County 6-1 wingspan

Brandon Jones 6-0 2017 SG West Jones 6-1 wingspan

Jevah Jones 6-2 2017 G/F Laurel 6-2 wingspan

Travion Jones 6-1 2017 G/F Wilkinson County 6-3 wingspan Woodville, MS

Roosevelt Johnson 5-10 2017 G Yazoo City 6-0 wingspan

Xaiver “Zay” Heidelberg 5-10 2017 PG Russell Christian Academy 6-1 wingspan Meridian, MS

Felix Hayes 6-2 2017 G/F Baldwyn 6-7 wingspan

Azahel “Mohamed” Hare 6-3 2017 G/F Ridgeland 6-2 wingspan

Justin Green 5-9 Meridian 6-1 wingspan

Nijel Goss 6-2 2017 G/F Leake Central 6-5 wingspan

Da’Quan “DQ” Gaudin 6-4 2017 F St. Martin 6-9 wingspan Biloxi, MS

William Gaines Jr 6-5 2017 G Wayne County 6-6 wingspan Waynesboro, MS

Kendrick Fountain 6-5 2017 G/F Holly Springs 6-8 wingspan

Raleigh Floyd 6-3 2017 F Warren Central 6-4 wingspan

Winceton Edwards 6-0 2017 G Oak Grove 6-0 wingspan

Anthony Davis Jr 5-9 2017 G Shaw 5-11 wingspan Cleveland, MS

Tristen Crowder 5-10 2017 G Itawamba AHS 6-0 wingspan Tupelo, MS

Jacques Clark 6-2 Tioga 6-4 wingspan

Chaddrick Brown 6-6 2017 F/C Aberdeen 6-8 wingspan

Lamondre Brown 6-0 2017 PG Holmes County Central 6-0 wingspan

Robert Boyd 6-1 2017 G Holmes County Central 6-3 wingspan

Daetren Bivens 6-0 2017 G St. Martin 6-2 wingspan

Chavis Banks 6-6 2017 Yazoo City 6-7 wingspan

Shardarrion Allen 6-2 2018 G/F Raymond 6-5 wingspan Bolton, MS

Demontavious “Monta” Davis 6-2 2017 G Long Beach 6-4 wingspan

Lawyon Vaugh 6-2 2017 Meridian 6-4 wingspan

Xavier Chambers 5-11 2017 SG Wayne County 6-3 wingspan

Bryson Franks 6-2 2018 G Aberdeen 6-2 wingspan

16

Malik Wright 6-3 2018 Southeast Lauderdale 6-6 wingspan Meridian, MS

Robert Woodard 6-6 2018 G/F Columbus 7-0 wingspan

Zack Willis 6-5 2018 SG Tri-County 6-1 wingspan

Kethern Vaughn 6-1 2018 Wayne County 6-2 wingspan

Tradavis Thompson 6-1 2019 G/F Raymond 6-2 wingspan

Devonte Spears 6-2 2018 G Biggersville 6-3 wingspan

Daquan Smith 6-1 2018 G Holly Springs 6-1 wingspan

Chavis Smith 5-11 2018 G Warren Central 5-11 wingspan

Tucker Santiago 5-9 2018 G St. Patrick 5-8 wingspan

Kenneth  Rogers 6-1 2018 Starkville 6-3 wingspan

Malik Riddle 6-3 2018 G/F Marshall Academy 6-7 wingspan

Ladarius Portis 6-2 2018 6-1 wingspan Meridian, MS

Kenneth Nwuba 6-10 2018 C Oak Hill Academy, VA 7-1 wingspan Jackson, MS

Ernest Minton 6-5 2018 F Gentry 6-7 wingspan

Bryson Mills 6-5 2018 G Mendenhall 6-5 wingspan

Miles Miller 6-2 2018 G Meridian 6-3 wingspan

Ladarius Marshall 6-6 2018 F Forest Hill 6-7 wingspan

Hogan Linzy 6-6 2018 G/F Lafayette County 6-5 wingspan Oxford, MS

Josiah Lewis 6-6 2018 C Grenada 6-10 wingspan

Garret King 5-9 2018 SG  Baldwyn 5-8 wingspan

Trez Kennedy 6-1 2018 St. Martin 6-1 wingspan Biloxi, MS

Andrew Junkin 7-0 2018 C New Hope 7-0 wingspan

Deonta Jones 5-9 2019 G Strayhorn 5-11 wingspan Sarah, MS

Jamarcus Jones 6-6 2018 PF North Panola 6-11 wingspan Sardis, MS

Zykealon Gray 5-11 2018 Wayne County 6-2 wingspan

Javian Fleming 6-8 2018 C Canton 7-1 wingspan

Victor Fields 6-1 2018 G Aberdeen 6-4 wingspan

Trajan Fielder 5-9 2018 Neshoba Central 6-0 wingspan Philadelphia, MS

Onyinyechi “Brown” Eyisi 6-9 2018 Prolific Prep, CA 7-2 wingspan Jackson, MS

Chris Early 6-3 2018 F Warren Central 6-8 wingspan

Tim Downs 5-8 2018 G St. Martin 5-10 wingspan

Michael Crump 6-3 2018 G Baldwyn 6-4 wingspan

Terry Coleman 6-5 2018 C Strayhorn 6-10 wingspan Sarah, MS

Christian Cain 6-2 2018 G Grenada 6-5 wingspan

Sayveon Bumpers 6-2 2018 SF Quitman 6-4 wingspan

Tyron “Ty” Brewer 6-6 2018 G Meridian 6-8 wingspan

Reginald Bolden Jr 5-8 2018 PG Gentry 5-7 wingspan Indianola, MS

Arturro Bingham 6-4 2018 F Terry 6-8 wingspan Byram, MS

Michael Barber 6-8 2018 G/F Jackson Academy 7-1 wingspan Jackson, MS

Casey “CJ” Smith 5-11 2018 G West Lowndes 5-11 wingspan Columbus, MS

Roderick Smith 6-7 2018 F Crystal Springs 6-11 wingspan

Kaleb Mack 6-4 2018 Sparkman 6-6 wingspan Harvest AL

15

Jakorie Smith 6-4 2019 F Raymond 6-8 wingspan Utica, MS

Traemond Pittman 6-0 2019 Meridian 6-3 wingspan

Malik Jones 6-3 2019 Grenada 6-2 wingspan

Tyrell Johnson 6-4 2018 G/F Holly Springs 6-6 wingspan

Tucker Hill 6-6 2019 G/F Tishomingo County 6-6 wingspan Burnsville, MS

Lorenzo “Trey” Fort 6-0 2019 Ridgeland 6-1 wingspan

Austin Crowley 6-4 2019 G West Point 6-6 wing span

Darrius Clark 6-5 2019 Gentry 6-8 wingspan Indianola, MS

Freddie Byrd 5-8 2020 Wilkinson County 5-9 wingspan

Isaiah Patrick 5-10 2020 Richland 6-2 wingspan

Cameron Brown 6-2 2020 Hattiesburg 6-4 wingspan

Tequavion Bennamon 6-6 2020 Meridian 6-11 wingspan

14

Ricky Hinton 6-0 2020 Meridian 6-3 wing span

Alvin Brown 6-0 2020 Raymond 6-2 wingspan Edwards, MS


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