The 2013 NY2LA SPORTS Futures Camp displayed a tremendous amount of talent from the 2015, '16, and '17 classes as many of the Midwest's top young players like 2015 SG Kain Harris of Morgan Park High School in Illinois got together at Milwaukee Lutheran High School for a day of combine testing, drills and games.  Here's a look at some of those who stood out on Saturday at the annual hoops exposure event...

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2015 CLASS STANDOUTS
Chandler Fuzak -- 2015 -- C -- Full Package
6'10" -- Wheaton Academy -- Naperville, IL
At a legit 6'10", Fuzak has a lot of upside and should make for an interesting long-term prospect. Although he'll need to add strength, Fuzak has some quick-hitting post moves and also showed some decent touch on his mid-range jumper.
 
Grant Gibson -- 2015 -- G -- Quad City Elite
6'2" -- Galesburg H.S. -- Galesburg, IL
One of the unsung prospects of Illinois' 2015 class, Gibson scores the ball a variety of ways and plays with a very sound basketball IQ. Gibson usually plays off the ball but can also handle the ball as well in a pinch and generally has a nose for the ball.
 
Kain Harris -- 2015 -- SG -- Mac Irvin Fire
6'5" -- Morgan Park H.S.  -- Chicago, IL

Harris has gone from prospect to player since the spring as his game has grown and he's become more productive. Harris still struggles at times in the halfcourt, but if he's allowed to make plays on his own, he can get buckets and also rebounds well at the guard position thanks to his outstanding vertical leap.
 
Karl Harris -- 2015 -- G -- Illinois Stars
6'4" -- De La Salle H.S. -- Hazelcrest, IL
It was a solid camp for Harris (no relation to Kain) as he displayed an ability to score from the three-point line and getting to the basket while also running a little bit of point. One of the focuses for Harris this fall is to learn the point and he's doing so quickly because of his size and ability to handle the ball. Although more suited as a combo for now, he continues to improve each time out.
 
Keith Hayes -- 2015 -- G -- Full Package
5'11" -- Glenbard West H.S. -- Lombard, IL
Hayes did a nice job running the point while also displaying his scoring touch. At his best in transition in an uptempo game, Hayes made things simple with the ball in his hands and didn't try to force too much. When paired with Diamond Stone, Hayes did a nice job on entry feeds and also used Stone a few times when Stone sealed for an easy drive to the bucket.
 
Ed Morrow -- 2015 -- F -- Mac Irvin Fire
6'7" -- Simeon Career Academy -- Chicago, IL
The productive and aggressive Morrow is a tad undersized at the forward but makes up for it with effort, a measured 7' wingspan and a quick vertical leap. Morrow looks to dunk anything near the hoop and rebounds at a high level on both ends. He also has an improving face-up game and although the form on his jumper isn't the prettiest it is getting more effective.
 
David Sachs -- 2015 -- PG -- IL Rising Stars
6'1" -- Highland Park H.S. -- Northbrook, IL
A true point guard, Sachs made the correct pass nearly every time and made things easy on his teammates, a rarity in camp ball. Sachs also knocked in some three-pointers and if he develops an ability to score off of mid-range pullups on a consistent basis, he'll be a tough weapon to stop on offense.
 
Josh Stamps -- 2015 -- SG -- Team Rose
6'6" -- Curie H.S. -- Chicago, IL
A long and lanky shooter, Stamps has a smoothness about him and he can score it from deep or around the hoop. Stamps is a natural scorer that plays in attack mode, although he could use some more diversity in his scoring approach, especially in the mid-range.
 
Marlon Stewart -- 2015 -- G -- Team Rose
6'1" -- North Sooh H.S. -- Park View, IA
An aggressive guard that plays in attack mode, Stewart tries to get to the bucket to either score or find an open man when he has the ball in his hands. Stewart can score going to the hoop but also can knock in some jumpers.
 
Christian Williams -- 2015 -- SG -- Peoria Irish
6'5" -- Decatur St. Teresa -- Decatur, IL

It would be nice if Williams were a tad more aggressive, but you can't fault him for playing a team game and making the right play. At 6'5" with good athleticism, Williams can get to the bucket and his perimeter jumper is getting better over time.
 
2016 CLASS STANDOUTS
Devin Gage -- 2016 -- PG -- Team Rose
6'2" -- Curie H.S. -- Chicago, IL
Gage is an ultra-aggressive lead guard that uses his size, strength and athleticism to get to the hoop and make plays. Gage gets to the free throw line a fair amount and also scores through contact using his hang time and his body control around the rim.
 
Rapolas Ivanauskas -- 2016 -- F -- Full Package
6'8" -- Barrington H.S. -- Barrington, IL
Ivanauskas is an intriguing forward that does a nice job operating within 15 feet of the basket. Rapolas can pass, shoot some mid-range jumpers and also rebounds it within his area. As his feel for the game improves, he should find more precise ways to score and make an impact on the game.
 
Noah McCarty -- 2016 -- F/C -- Quad City Elite
6'7" -- Sterling Newman H.S. -- Rock Falls, IL
It will be awhile before we see McCarty's true potential, but he had some positive post touches that showed that he's an inside-minded big man with a solid frame and decent feel around the hoop. McCarty doesn't have it all together yet, but he's close to putting together some solid post moves.
 
Jordan Newman -- 2016 -- PG -- Full Package
6' -- Stevenson H.S. -- Lincolnshire, IL
A sound young point guard, Newman was steady with the ball in his hands running an offense, while also knocking down some shots and hunting some of his own offense. Newman appears to have a decent grasp on the position and will be one to track in the next few years. It doesn't hurt when a point guard like Jalen Brunson is a year ahead in the same high school program.
 
Isaiah Roby -- 2016 -- SF -- Quad City Elite
6'5" -- Dixon H.S. -- Dixon, IL
A long and lean wing with upside, Roby rebounds the ball well and has a good feel around the hoop, but he also has some skill on the perimeter with a decent jumper out to the three-point line and a little bit of ball handling skill. His upside looks to be solid and it'll be fun to track his development as a potential tall wing.
 
2017 CLASS STANDOUTS
George Dixon -- 2017 -- F -- Playground Elite
6'3" -- Milwaukee Riverside H.S. -- Milwaukee, WI
Dixon is a tough and rugged forward that isn't afraid to play bigger and older competition. Despite being the youngest age group in the camp, Dixon still played very aggressively and looked to score whenever he had the chance. I like his attacking mentality and physicality.
 
Ramar Evans -- 2017 -- PG -- Full Package
6'0" -- Loyola Academy -- Chicago, IL
Although Evans is a guard, he got in the mix in multiple ways, defending, rebounding and playing both guard spots. Sometimes in camp ball it is hard to adjust and make a difference, but Evans did so with or without the ball and stayed active in a big winning effort.
 
Terrence Lewis -- 2017 -- SF -- TP Elite
6'3" -- Milwaukee Riverside H.S. -- Milwaukee, WI
Lewis is tremendous slashing to the bucket at a young age and his motor is constantly going. Although he can get a little caught up in his emotions at times, when he's focused and attacking he is tough to stop going to the rim and has a lot of upside going forward.
 
Matthew Myers -- 2017 -- PG -- Wisconsin Swing
5'3" -- Barneveld H.S. -- Blue Mounds, WI
Myers is a pint-sized point guard, but he isn't afraid to shoot and in one flurry, he scored from all three levels in a matter of possessions by knocking in a high-arcing three from the corner, a mid-range jumper and getting to the basket and converting an and-one. It's hard to say how Myers projects because of his diminutive size, but he's fearless and has a nice shooting stroke.
 
Connor Weckerly -- 2017 -- F/C -- Wisconsin Swing
6'6" -- Baraboo H.S. -- Sycamore, IL
Weckerly is more prospect than player at this point, but that's alright because he has great natural size and a decent feel for the game. He collected some rebounds and also had a few buckets on the inside and his game has plenty of room to grow.