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Underclassmen Breakout Camp 2019

08/20/2019, 10:45am CDT
By Icons Sport Saff

On Saturday August 17th Icons Sport held its inaugural Underclassmen Breakout camp for rising freshmen (class of 2023) and rising sophomores (class of 2022). We set the stage so these young men could display their talents in front of our staff and other media outlets throughout. The Camp featured 60 players ranging from Alabama, Georgia, Mississippi, Florida, and Tennessee. We had some guys in the gym from all circuits (Adidas, Nike, and UAA) as well as guys from some strong independent teams. It was really a joy to sit back and watch guys battle for respect, battle to keep their respect, and guys who just broke out!

The Sophomores

Mason Jones 5’10 G Bryant (Alabama) made his presence felt at Underclassmen Breakout. A talented scorer, the 5’10” guard also took pride on the defensive end, routinely locking up opposing guards.

We’re keeping tabs on to 2022 6’5” Wesley Roberson (Thompson,AL) over the winter and spring months. He is ready to make a jump in production & become a sought-after prospect in Alabama.

2022 5’10 Bradley Thomas (St.James AL) Displayed an array of offensive moves; Thomas just has a knack for scoring. Thomas had one of the more complete & efficient offensive game at the Underclassmen Breakout.

6’9 Logan Feltman. (Winfield High AL) A true rim protector who rebounds with technique. Despite his size, he’s not afraid of contact or expect fouls. Logan can finish with both hands around the rim effectively.

Dee Smith 2022 Park Crossing is set to have a breakout sophomore season for Park Crossing High School. The scrappy lead guard plays with a chip on his shoulder. Smith did a great job today picking spots and knocking down jumpers consistently.

The most eye-catching prospect at the Underclassmen Breakout was 2022 6’7 Jonathan Murray. (Huffman High AL) He is an athletic forward with great size. Murray displayed he can handle the ball & how he scores on all three levels. He is also a willingly rebounder.

6’2 2022 Javion Belle athletic guard who is just a dog on defense! Belle handles the ball really well & shoots off the dribble consistently. 

2022 6’4 Jamyas Davis (Sipsey Valley AL) Davis is an extremely skilled combo forward. He showed the ability to shoot the 3 & also has really impressive strength.


The Freshmen

Names like Joshua Holman, Johntarius Green, Keldric Osby who flourished on the Nike MADE Hoops circuit are looking to have big upcoming freshmen seasons as they look to bring immediate impact to their respected programs.

Joshua Holman 6’6 W/F Germantown (Mississippi) is a 6’6 skilled lefty. Coming off a stellar performance at MADE Hoops, Holman showed why he’s one of the top 2023 kids nationally. Great feel for the game with a high IQ great size and ability to get to his spots in the mid range game.

Johntarius Green 6’ G Montgomery Catholic (Alabama) is a shifty guard that plays the passing lanes well and excellent in the open floor. Green has a really tight grip on the ball allowing him to escape traps and get the ball to the right guys.

Keldric Osby 6’6 W/F Newton HS (Mississippi) is a really talented wing prospect that has taken advantage of his AAU/Camp seasons. Osby made a splash in some big name tournaments and camps this season and continued to do so at the Underclassmen Breakout. The skilled wing can score on all three levels and displays a high basketball IQ.

Carson Muse 6’6 G West Morgan (Alabama) is a name that rang bells throughout the entire camp. The 6’6 G is truly a special piece. Muse is a true 6’6 who is deadly beyond the arch and can put the ball on the floor as well as get to the rack and finish. Muse is a complete package player who looks to blossom on the national scale this upcoming season.

Haaziq Loftin Jr 5’9 G Faith Academy (Alabama) is an attacking lead guard that can flat out score the ball. Lofton Jr. was very effective from 3 today knocking down 4 in one game.

Jalen Jones 5’7 G Ramsay (Alabama) Extremely shifty guard who blows by every defender & makes the correct pass every time. Jones court vision is elite! He can multiple passes and had minimum turnovers.

Tyler Mallory 5’5 G Greenville (Alabama) Mallory was able to connect on the multiple shots and has a nice handle on the basketball. Look forward to following this young prospect.

Timothy Croxton 5’8 G Hale Co. (Alabama) is a strong lead guard that brings energy on both sides of the Ball offensively and defensively. Croxton impressed staff with vocal leadership and toughness.

Kiah Key 6’ G Hartselle (Alabama) has good on ball skills and attacking ability while showing shot making prowess.

Ryan Dunn 5’10 G Hartselle (Alabama) had an impressive showing at the Underclassmen Breakout Camp One.He’s capable of playing both backcourt positions offensively and has the frame to lock up defensively.

KJ Graves 5’6 Park Crossing (Alabama) can fill it up from the perimeter and has been doing so over the spring/summer. He showed that ability again at the Underclassmen Breakout Camp.

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