A loaded talent pool flocked to Milwaukee Lutheran High School Saturday for the 2013 annual NY2LASPORTS Futures Camp. As always, there were players like standout 2015 G Jalen Coleman who put together the big performances that were expected of them, but there were plenty of sleepers among the group who rose to the occasion as well. One youngster who burst on the scene was 2017 Small Forward Terrance Lewis, who had a monster performance Saturday….

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Top Performers
Myles Carter – 2015 – PF – Meanstreets
6-8 – St. Rita HS – Meanstreets
Strong finished and excellent footwork inside were the recipe for success for Carter. The 6-8 junior could not be contained inside for much of Saturday and even did some nice things from the high post, taking his man off the dribble and attacking the rim. Carter scored 12 points in his second game on 6-8 shooting, and also added an eight-point, nine-rebound effort earlier in the day.

Jalen Coleman – 2015 – SG – Indiana Elite
6-3 – La Lumiere Prep – Indianapolis, IN
An ankle injury forced Coleman out of most of the action Saturday, but his first performance was good enough to register himself a spot on the list of top performers. The junior shooting guard would not be denied a victory in the first set of games, hitting clutch shot after clutch shot on his way to 16-points, with most of his baskets coming late. Coleman also added nine rebounds in the game as well.

Terrence Lewis – 2017 – SF – TP Elite
6-3 – Riverside HS – Milwaukee, WI
With his strong build and aggressiveness, Lewis is very tough to stop once he gets his momentum going to the rim. Lewis had 13 points on 6-10 shooting in the opener. The freshman forward was apparently just getting his feet wet. Later in the afternoon, Lewis went off for a monster 28-point, six-rebound performance, on 14-21 shooting.

Zackary Norvell – 2016 – SG – Mac Irvin Fire
6-4 – Simeon HS – Chicago, IL
The Co-MVP of the 2016/2017 group was virtually unstoppable for much of the camp. Norvell racked up 18 points, seven rebounds, and four steals in his first game, combined with a 17-point performance in his second outing. Known as a slasher and attacker, Norvell showed the ability to step out and knock down the 3-point shot consistently, hitting on a handful off attempts Saturday.

Diamond Stone – 2015 – F/C – Young Legends
6-10 – Whitefish Bay Dominican HS – Wauwatosa, WI
The class of 2015 Co-MVP earned that title on Saturday with some dominating performances. Stone opened up camp with a 21-point, seven block, four rebound, and four-assist performance. The 6-10 center was hardly done, scoring 31 points along with 11 rebounds and four assists in his second outing. With his mid-range game and passing improving quickly, Stone continues to add to the growing list of things a defense has to worry about when he’s on the floor.

Stock Boosters
Levi Bradley – 2015 – F – TP Elite
6-7 – Pius XI HS – Milwaukee, WI
In the opening game, Bradley scored 13 points on 5-7 shooting, including the game-winning free throw with just a few seconds left. In his second game, the junior was in double figures again, scoring 11 points, and also dropping a game-high eight assists and six rebounds. Bradley had two very efficient games, doing a nice job of collecting loose balls and scoring around the rim.

Lamous Brown – 2015 – C – SYF
6-10 – Morgan Park HS – Chicago, IL
Brown showed he’ll be a prospect on the rise this winter. Often matched up with blue chip center Diamond Stone, Brown held his own, and had his moments against the five-star junior. Brown was 6-7 from the field with 12 points in his first game, also recording two blocks. In his second outing, Brown was again very efficient, going 4-5 from the field with eight points and a couple of blocks. The 6-10 center has an improved mid-range game and fared very well with his post work down on the block.

Devon Dillard – 2015 – SF – SYF
6-5 – Thea Bowman – Gary, IN
Dillard had everyone’s attention with numerous high-wire dunks Saturday. The junior wing ran carved up the opposition in transition throughout the day and also made some impressive shots from mid and 3-point range. Dillard had 21 points and seven rebounds in his first game and 26 points in the second.

Devin Gage – 2016 – G – D-Rose All-Stars
6-2 – Curie HS – Chicago, IL
Gage is a terrific ball handler who can seriously push the tempo and finish in transition. The sophomore combo guard made a number of acrobatic plays in traffic Saturday, and made them look rather easy. Gage had 10 points on 5-7 shooting and seven rebounds in the opening set of games. The 6-2 guard late scored 18 points in his second appearance.

Martin Schiele – 2016 – G – SYF
5-8 – Thea Bowman – Hammond, IN
Schiele has a knack for hitting tough pull up jumpers in isolation settings. The sophomore combo guard is an outstanding ball handler and mid-range shooter. Schiele had 15 points on 5-9 shooting in his first game. He was in double figures again later in the afternoon, and also collected three assists and four rebounds in a winning effort.

Jarrin Randall – 2016 – PG – Mac Irvin Fire
5-10 – Morgan Park HS – Chicago, IL
Randall shot the ball very well from beyond the arc Saturday. The sophomore scored 14 points in his first game, knocking down two of his three 3-point attempts. In the night cap, Randall continued with some hot shooting, showing a quick trigger from beyond the arc. The 5-10 lead guard also a good day on the defensive end of the floor, including four steals in the second set of games.

Joshua Stamps – 2015 – SG – D-Rose All-Stars
6-6 – Curie HS – Chicago, IL
After finishing out the summer strong, Stamps continued his high level of play Saturday. The smooth wing shot the ball exceptionally well from 3-point range and showed a good mid-range touch as well. The junior had the hot hand in the first game, only missing one attempt from the field. Through the first two games, Stamps was 8-10 total from the field.