The NY2LA SPORTS Futures Camp had a number of high-level performances from the 2016 class. While Zach Norvell, Davis Larson, and Alonzo Chatman shared MVP performances, there were a number of other high-level performances during the camp at Milwaukee Lutheran High School.  We continue our coverage of the annual hoops exposure event with a look at 20 standout sophomores from this past weekend...

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Charles Bain -- 2016 -- SF
6'6" -- LaLumiere Academy -- LaPorte, IN
A recent La Lumiere transfer from the Bahamas, Bain showed a lot of upside at the small forward position with good size and range out to the three-point line. Although you can tell he's still getting acclimated to high-level American ball, he has the athleticism and upside to be a solid player in the future.
 
Patrick Benka – 2016 – SF
6'7" -- Fremd H.S. -- Palatine, IL
Benka can the score the ball in a few ways and has good size on the wing already. He shoots the ball well from out to the three-point line and also can put it on the floor a little bit. Once he adds a little bit of strength to his slight frame, he could do some more damage rebounding and scoring on the interior.
 
Alonzo Chatman –- 2016 – PF - Mac Irvin Fire
6'7" -- Morgan Park H.S. -- Chicago, IL

Chatman was a co-MVP with Davis Larson and Zach Norvell and did so by playing inside and doing a lot of damage while also showing a lot of upside in the future. Chatman's growth as a prospect could be solid because he can already put it on the floor a bit and he does damage inside with a combination of athleticism and some emerging skill.
 
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. He needs to learn on being more of a true point guard and getting others involved and not using his tunnel vision to get to the rim, but he can score it confidently from all three levels and has a lot to like about his game.
 
Devin Green – 2016 – PF -- Iowa Barnstomers
6'6" -- Cascade H.S. – Cascade, IA
Green is a nice young post prospect that played with a big motor and showed consistent production throughout the camp. He scored around the basket and also rebounded well and had good size and feel around the hoop for a young forward. He's got big natural size and strength and knows how to use it and isn't afraid to be physical.
 
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. He needs to limit his turnovers and continue to work on his jumper, but he has the size and skill to be an intriguing face-up 4.
 
Isiah Knight -- 2016 -- PG -- Louisville Legends
5'6" -- Trinity H.S. -- Louisville, KY
An undersized point guard, Knight played at a very fast but controlled pace and limited turnovers while leading his team to offensive possessions that led to scores. He can get to the rim thanks to his quickness and he also handles the ball well and has some quick hands and feet. He can hopefully grow a little bit and learn to continue his development into running a solid halfcourt offense, but he had a solid camp.
 
Ryan Kriener -- 2016 -- F -- Iowa Barnstormers
6'6" -- North Hampton H.S. -- North Hampton, IA
Kriener has tremendous natural size at close to 6'7" and measured out at a 7-foot wingspan so he has a chance to be a nice post prospect with great size and length. Kriener's key word is upside and if he can continue to refine his skills and play hard he has a chance to be a solid post prospect.
 
Davis Larson -- 2016 -- SF -- WI Playground Warriors
6'3" -- Sheboygan North -- Sheboygan, WI
Larson was a productive scorer and overall player in camp and went for 22 points, eight rebounds and four steals in his first camp game. He was rolling going to the basket and did a lot of damage inside or going off of the dribble. He had a 17 and 10 game in another outing and plays with a high motor.
 
Tanner Lohaus –- 2016 –- F -- Iowa Barnstormers
6'5" -- Iowa West -- North Liberty, IA
He's the son of former NBA player Brad Lohaus and his brother Wyatt is a senior in the 2014 class as a guard committed to Northern Iowa. Tanner already bigger than Wyatt at 6'5" and although he isn't a guard, he is a skilled forward that can knock down jumpers out to the three-point line. Tanner also competes inside by rebounding and scoring around the basket.
 
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. He has a lot of natural size and should hopefully grow a few more inches that would help him solidify position inside.
 
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.
 
Zachary Norvell -- 2016 -- PG -- Mac Irvin Fire
6'4" -- Simeon -- Chicago, IL
Norvell can score from all three levels, passes the ball at a high level and has great natural size and athleticism at the position. He's a high-major left-handed guard with size and a natural feel, although he could learn to run a halfcourt offense besides a pick-and-roll. He hunts his own offense and has a natural scoring feel.
 
Jared Printy -- 2016 -- SF -- Iowa Barnstormers
6'2" -- Cedar Rapids Washington H.S. -- Cedar Rapids, IL
Printy made some shots from the perimeter and also showed a solid basketball IQ. He comes from a solid grassroots program in the Iowa Barnstormers and he knows how to space the floor, move without the ball and play within himself as he looks to space the floor and get spot up opportunities.
 
Jarrin Randall –- 2016 –- PG –- Mac Irvin Fire
5'10" –- Morgan Park H.S. – Chicago, IL
Randall shot the ball well from behind the three-point line during the camp and it helped him to 14 points in the first game and he knocked in shots the second game as well. He has a quick release on his shot and also gives effort on both ends of the floor. Morgan Park has a lot of nice, young talent in Randall and Alonzo Chatman leading the pack.
 
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. If he's able to add some strength to his long and lean frame he'll be able to potentially become a combo forward and play a bit as a stretch four.
 
Martin Schiele -– 2016 -– G -– SYF Players
5'8" –- Thea Bowman –- Hammond, IN
Schiele scored in double figures in both games and was able to do so by scoring on jumpers that included pull-ups and a few off the catch. He's at his best with the ball in hands going into isolation plays and he can also find teammates and crash the glass a bit as well. He's a feisty small guard.
 
Cole Schmitz - 2016 - SG - WI Academy
6'3" - Verona Area - Madison, WI
Schmitz scored attacking the hoop and also knocked down some spot up open looks and fast break finishes. He's active on the glass and improving as an athlete and has good natural size for a wing. If he can can a bit more athletic and do a bit more off the bounce in the half court he'll be a solid offensive weapon.
 
Lucas Vezaro –- 2016 –- SG
6'1" -- La Lumiere School -- LaPorte, IN
Vezaro showed a high motor at the wing and played a great overall floor game. Vezaro went to the basket, rebounded, defended and also knocked in some shots as he displayed a variety of abilities during the camp. He always played aggressive and hard and that's tough to do during a full day of camp for some young players but Vezaro was up to the challenge and stayed hungry all day.
 
Nibra White Jr. -- 2016 -- G
6' -- Evanston H.S. -- Skokie, IL
One of the more productive and highly-touted guards in the class in Illinois, White is a guard with decent size and a good lefty stroke. He's a creative scorer that plays aggressively and tries to get rolling to the bucket as well. He has good range and a natural feel for scoring.