The 2013 Annual NY2LA Sports Futures Camp featured a number of class of 2017 prospects who will make an early name for themselves at the high school level this winter. One of those names likely to emerge early is 2017 Guard Isaiah Coleman who had an outstanding camp last Saturday. We continue with our coverage of the Futures Camp with a breakdown of 10 top performances from the freshman class last weekend…

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Isaiah Coleman – 2017 – G – Indiana Elite
5-10 – La Lumiere School – Indianapolis, IN
Coleman certainly wasn’t gun shy on Saturday, shooting the ball, taking 28 shots from the field in his first two games. The freshman guard did a nice job of creating for himself off the dribble and also getting to the free throw line. Coleman was in double figures in both of his first two games.  A quick instinctive talent, Coleman has a high ceiling and high level potential with continued hard work and development.

Charley Crowley – 2017 – F/C – Kingdom Hoops
6-5 – Valley Southwoods – West Des Moines, IA
Crowley ended the day very nicely with a 17-point performance. The 6-5 big man dominated inside, shooting 7-12 from the field in that game. Crowley also got it done in the passing lanes, collecting two steals as well.

George Dixon – 2017 – PF – Playground Elite
6-3 – Riverside HS – Milwaukee, WI
A strong, physical player, Dixon isn’t afraid of contact inside. The freshman forward muscled his way to a 16 point, six rebound performance in one of his games on Saturday, followed by 15 points, five rebounds, and three blocks later in the afternoon. Dixon is a guy that will outwork his opponent on both ends of the floor.

Melvin Lee – 2017 – PG – Playground Elite
5-1 – Vincent HS – Milwaukee, WI
A speedy point guard, Lee racked up a number of assists on Saturday. The freshman floor general had one game where he totaled nine assists, to just two turnovers. Lee gets up and down the floor in a hurry and is also a very good on-ball defender on the perimeter.

Andrew Lewis – 2017 – SG – Playground Elite
6-0 – Riverside HS – Milwaukee, WI
Lewis is a sharpshooter, but is able to score in different ways other than just standing on the perimeter. The 6-0 freshman can shoot the ball from just about anywhere on the floor with his sweet shooting stroke. On Saturday, Lewis had a game to remember, scoring 20 points and also chipping in on the glass with nine rebounds.

Terrence Lewis – 2017 – SF – TP Elite
6-3 – Riverside HS – Milwaukee, WI
Lewis is a good athlete and finisher in the paint. His strong, athletic frame allows him to attack the basket hard. Lewis is also steadily improving on his 3-point shot, making him a nightmare to cover defensively. The freshman had a brilliant performance in one of his game’s Saturday, scoring 28 points (14-18) and collecting six rebounds.

Justin McMahon – 2017 – G – Full Package
5-9 – Lake Forest HS – Lake Forest, IL

McMahon went off in the final game on Saturday. The freshman guard scored 25 points (9-17) to go along with three rebounds, three steals, and two assists. McMahon also caught fire from beyond the arc in that game, connecting on four 3-point field goal attempts.

Matthew Meyers – 2017 – PG – Wisconsin Swing
5-3 – Barneveld HS – Blue Mounds, WI
Meyers was a good floor general on Saturday, a pass-first point guard, he did look for his own opportunities when they were there and shot 63.6 percent from the field in his first two games. Meyers is also a very good 3-point shooter, connecting on four of seven attempts.

Troy Slaby – 2017 – G – Wisconsin Academy
5-11 – Stoughton HS – Stoughton, WI
Slaby persevered through an ankle injury and finished Saturday in impressive fashion. The freshman guard scored 14 points in the finale, but was also solid across the board, adding six rebounds, four assists, and two steals. Slaby is a good shooter from the outside and can create looks for himself on and off the ball.

Connor Weckerly – 2017 – F/C Wisconsin Swing
6-6 – Baraboo HS – Baraboo, WI
There’s definitely potential for Weckerly, who looked very fluid despite still developing as a player. The 6-6 freshman cashed in on some nice baskets inside and does a good job of rebounding and protecting the rim defensively.