The 2013 NY2LA Sports Futures Camp was absolutely slamming throughout the day Saturday, September 14th. Starting the day with some combine drills and workout, players were able to see where their physical measurables are at and then got into some quality skill work at drill stations which got the adrenaline flowing. Come game time, players were primed to compete and at the end of the night some young athletes, like Diamond Stone, Jimmy Whitt, Joseph Toye, Zach Norvell, Terrence Lewis and others, stood out as the hardest-working and top performing competitors at the camp. Here’s a look at some of Saturday’s top Futures performers...

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2015 - TOP PERFORMERS
LEVI BRADLEY - 2015 - SF - TP ELITE
6-7 - PIUS XI - MILWAUKEE, WI
The sleek-built forward had a strong showing throughout the day in skills sessions and during competition. Bradley attacked the rim, finished through contact at times and got after the glass to clean-up on the offensive end. Though his final game was tougher, Bradley averaged 12 points and 7 rebounds in the first two games including a double-double the second contest.

LAMOUS BROWN - 2015 - C - SYF PLAYERS
6-10 - MORGAN PARK - CHICAGO, IL
Brown had a really good day in the post. At 6-10, Brown was able to assert himself inside finishing baskets at the rim and also showing he can step back a bit and knock down short-range jumpers without hesitation. Brown was in double-figures scoring consistently, added a few blocks each game and did a fine job rebounding. In the final game Saturday, he had 12 points, 4 rebounds, 4 blocks, and 3 steals.

KEITH HAYES - 2015 - PG - FULL PACKAGE
5-11 - GLENBARD WEST - LOMBARD, IL
Hayes was solid at the point spot all day, working hard in skills drills and showing his control. In games it was much of the same, as he showed his excellent handle with the ball, great vision and ability to execute passes, as well as the ability to score when needed or available. Hayes averaged 11.5 points 6 rebounds and 3.5:1 assist to turnover ratio.

CHANDLER FUZAK - 2015 - F/C - FULL PACKAGE
6-10 - WHEATON ACADEMY - NAPERVILLE, IL
The 6-10 Fuzak was a force on the interior during gameplay Saturday. Fuzak was phenomenal on the glass and was efficient from the floor, knocking down short-range shots and finishing plays at the hoop. Fuzak had an opening game of 16 points 7 rebounds and a final game of 12 points and 3 boards.

EDWARD MORROW - 2015 - SF - MAC IRVIN FIRE
6-7 - SIMEON - CHICAGO, IL
Morrow had a steady camp, making plays on the offensive end with toughness and skill. Morrow knocked down some shots and was attacking the rim often. Morrow seemed to get better as the night went along, scoring 13 points, 14 points and 25 points respectively.

CODY SCHWARTZ - 2015 - PF - WI BLIZZARD-PRONSCHINSKE
6-8 - WEST DEPERE - DEPERE, WI
Schwartz was another post player who displayed a good game from around the perimeter, but also showed a developing inside game that makes him increasingly difficult to defend. Schwartz knocked down some outside shots but also was able to gash through seams and lanes in the defense for scores going to the rack. He averaged 14 points in the first two games and more than 5 rebounds per game, including 10 in the first outing.

JOSHUA STAMPS - 2015 - SG - DROSE ALL-STARS
6-6 - CURIE - CHICAGO, IL

With his shooting prowess and ability to affect the game in different ways, Stamps was superb Saturday. Stamps has a great three-point shot which he hit pretty consistently at camp and he showed off a great mid-range game as well keeping the defense on its heels. He averaged about 9 points per game and mixed it up rebounding and sharing the basketball.

DIAMOND STONE - 2015 - F/C - YOUNG LEGENDS
6-10 - DOMINICAN - WAUWATOSA, WI
Stone was dominant in the paint again, and in the final game also knocked down a couple perimeter shots to continue showing he can hit shots away from the hoop if opponents force him out there. The big man was blocking shots, including 7 in the first game, grabbed several rebounds and was sharing the basketball some as well. He had 31 points in the second game, his best of the day.

JOSEPH TOYE - 2015 - SF - MEANSTREETS
6-7 - LA LUMIERE - LA PORTE, IN
Toye was dynamic in everything he did Saturday at camp. The standout small forward excelled in drill work and was outstanding during the games showing his affinity for putting the ball in the hoop. His first game, Toye dropped 33 points, knocking down shots, attacking the rim coast-to-coast at times with steady handle, swift movement and good bounce and control laying it in, and also had an awesome tip-slam. He continued his scoring ways over the next two games and was exciting to watch work.

JIMMY WHITT - 2015 - PG - KC RUN GMC
6-3 - HICKMAN - COLUMBIA, MO
Making the long run to Milwaukee, Whitt made sure to make every minute on the court count. Whitt was remarkable at times on the floor, showing his floor leadership and ability to affect the game in multiple ways. The smooth guard was steady defensively and went to work on the break scoring in transition getting to the rim or pulling up for jumpers at ease seemingly. He scored 28 points and added several assists his first game out leading his team to a win. He continued the strong play over the next couple games as well.

2016 - TOP PERFORMERS
DEVIN GAGE - 2016 - G - TEAM ROSE
6-2 - CURIE - CHICAGO, IL
Gage was quick and dangerous with the ball consistently Saturday. While efficiency will be key for Gage moving forward, there was little doubt left at the end whether or not Gage can score the basketball. With his speed and feel offensively, Gage was able to knock down shots outside and also hit a couple floaters with defenders on him.

DAVIS LARSON - 2016 - SF - WI PLAYGROUND WARRIORS
6-3 - SHEBOYGAN NORTH - SHEBOYGAN, WI
Larson had an excellent camp going through the skill work and competing in games. Larson scored, rebounded and was tough defensively throughout the contests Saturday. He had a scintillating 22 point, 8 rebound, 4 steal performance to start the afternoon off and followed it with a 17 point, 10 rebound outing the next game.

ZACHARY NORVELL - 2016 - PG - MAC IRVIN FIRE
6-4 - SIMEON - CHICAGO, IL
Norvell was incredible on the hardwood in Milwaukee Saturday. He displayed in major fashion a scoring onslaught, particularly in the final game of the night, helping him to capture an MVP award during the camp for his overall play. Norvell broke down defenders with the dribble, stole the ball with lock-down defense where he finished on the rim in transition, and also drained some shots from the beyond-the-arc. Great athlete with good upside and as he gets more and more efficient from floor he should be an outstanding talent.

ISAIAH ROBY - 2016 - SF - QUAD CITY ELITE
6-5 - DIXON - DIXON, IL
Roby kind of quietly had a very strong outing at the Futures Camp, mostly because of his calm demeanor on the floor. He was smooth up and down the court, played very instinctive on defense which lead to some steals and deflections; he was able to get up and finish on the rim in transition, battled on the glass for rebounds and put-backs and cashed some treys also.

COLE SCHMITZ - 2016 - SG - WI ACADEMY
6-3 - VERONA AREA - MADISON, WI
Schmitz was steady and improvingly explosive on the attack in the different games Saturday. Schmitz did a great job seeing the court and slashing to the hoop in the halfcourt, but really excelled at finishing on the fast break. He also showed he can knock down shots from range when left open as well. He averaged roughly 9.5 ppg and rebounded the ball well also.

2017 - TOP PERFORMERS
ISAIAH COLEMAN - 2017 - G - INDIANA ELITE
5-10 - LA LUMIERE - INDIANAPOLIS, IN
Coleman had a great day using his speed and quickness to make plays on both ends of the floor. Coleman was a pest defensively using his feet and quick hands to disrupt opponents. He was also effective offensive getting up the court, hitting some shots and attacking. He started games off with a 17 point, 3 assist performance.

ANDREW LEWIS - 2017 - SG - PLAYGROUND ELITE
6-0 - RIVERSIDE - MILWAUKEE, WI

Lewis was sensational throughout the day Saturday. He made the most of his opportunities on the floor and created some of his own. Lewis did a great job off the bounce creating space for himself and knocking down shots from all over the court including a couple in the defender’s face in the last game of the night. His first game he scored 20 points and had 9 rebounds and carried that type of play on through the last two games.

TERRENCE LEWIS - 2017 - SF - TP ELITE
6-3 - RIVERSIDE - MILWAUKEE, WI
Lewis earned himself an MVP honor with incredible play once again. The dynamic 2017 prospect was quick off the dribble attacking the defense and did a great job kicking out off penetration or knocking in floaters with good touch towards the hoop. Lewis also cleaned up on the glass and got some tip-ins and put-backs with his positioning and length. He scored 24 points the second game and had a tremendously efficient final game Saturday.

RAMAR EVANS - 2017 - PG - FULL PACKAGE
6-0 - LOYOLA ACADEMY - CHICAGO, IL
Evans had a good day because of his activity on both ends of the floor during the games Saturday afternoon and evening. Evans scored the basketball when he needed to, played tough defensively and grabbed some rebounds.

CONNOR WECKERLY - 2017 - F/C - WI SWING
6-6 - BARABOO - SYCAMORE, IL
Weckerly used his length and skills around the hoop to be effective during games. Weckerly scored baskets from ten feet and in, but was also great on the boards, using his overall size to create space and over-powered opponents.