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Super Soph Camp

Who:  Top 100 Rising Sophomores

When:  May 30-June 1, 2014

Where:  Samson's Fitness Center
6400 Woodrow Rd, Lithonia, GA 30038
on the campus of New Birth Baptist Church

Video


Super Sophomore Camp TOP Plays Highlight Day 2  Super Sophomore Camp TOP Plays Highlight Day 3  Latravian Glover catches off the glass alley-oop ON defender

2014 Super Soph Camp

Honorable Mention

Kymani Dunham, Brunswick, GA; Tahj Small, Durham, NC; Khalil Garland, N. Little Rock, AR; Odyssey Keeling, Dallas, TX; Quade Green, Philadelphia, PA; Sage Surratt, Charlotte, NC; Jaylen Sebree, Hopkinsville, KY; JJ Watson, Greensboro, NC; Trace Young, Louisville, KY; TJ Smith, Chicago, IL; Manny Patterson, Chicago, IL; Jordan Riley, Durham, NC; Galin Smith, Clinton, MS; Kahmonie Foster, Hoboken, NJ; Tremain Lawrence, Raleigh, NC; Peyton Broughton, North Laurel, KY; Luis Hurtado, Atlanta, GA; Ian Steere, Sanford, NC and Gentrell Taylor, Little Rock, AR.

Camp Roster

Aaron Cash
Abayomi Iyiola
Amad Brayboy
Chris Lykes
Chuma Okeke
Chyree Walker
Cody Bowes
Daniel Mading
Danny Davis
Danny Lewis
Darrion Fluker
David Caraher
David Nickleberry
DeAundre Ballard
Devin Newton
Dj Heath
Eddie Scott
Emmanuel Lambright
Galin Smith
Garrison Brooks
Gary Trent Jr.
Gentrell Taylor
Ian Dubose
Ian Steere
Ikechukwu Obiago


Isaiah Stokes
Jahmir Moultrie
Jalek Felton
Jarred Vanderbilt
Jaylen Sebree
JJ Watson
John Dockery
Jordan Riley
Jordan Whitfield
Kahmoni Foster
Kentrevious Jones
Keyshawn Feazell
Khalief Crawford
Khalil Garland
KJ Fitzgerald
Kymani Dunham
LaPerrion Perry
Latravian Glover
Lemmie Howard
Luis Hurtado
Malik Zachary
Manuel Patterson
Matt Coleman
MJ Walker
Nick Alikakos
Odyssey Keeling

Olawale Odofin
Peyton Broughton
PJ Washington
Qua Southward
Quade Green
Qyemah Gibson
Romelo Burrell
Sage Surratt
Sean Price
Sunday Okeke
Tahj Small
Tavion Atkinson
Terrell Turner
TJ Smith
Trace Young
Trae Young
Tremain Lawrence
Trevon Duval
Tyler Hansen
Tyler Polley
Victor Bailey
Victor Enoh
Victor Uyaelumno
Walter Prevost
Winford Ross
Zach Brown

Camp Headlines

 

2014 Top 20 and Top 40 All Star Games

Super Soph Camp: Top 20 Game
Top 20

Super Soph Camp: Top 40 Game
Top 40

2014 Super Soph Camp Top Performers - By Michael Bohlin | Hoya 24/7

NextUpRecruits Super Soph Camp Recaps:   Day 1     |     Day 2

Super Soph Camp ALL-STAR Teams - By Taylor Hicks | NextUpRecruits

2014 Super Soph Recap - By Reggie Rankin | ESPN.com

Photos from Super Soph Camp are online!

Camp Video from CourtCred -   2013 Super Soph Camp STANDOUTS

2013 Super Soph Camp RANKINGS BY POSITION POSTED

Camp Videos from GymRatInsider - LICENSE TO BALL:   DAY 2 RECAP   |   Fab 5 at 2013 SSC

Top 20 Game All-Stars / Top 40 Game All-Stars from 2013 SSC

More on Super Soph Camp

Super Soph Camp brings together the nation's top high school boys basketball rising sophomores for three days of expert skill development, NBA-modeled combine testing and measurements plus intense game competition. No other event delivers the quantity and quality of talent at a venue exclusively designed to showcase the elite rising sophomores in the country. No rising juniors. No rising seniors. Sophomores ONLY!

By this format, scouts, analysts, expert observers, media and others can fairly, conveniently, and accurately evaluate all of the best prospects in the class…at one time…in one place. Super Soph Camp is the only major national event that offers this. The elite talent in the country is on display as prospects who made impact during their freshman season look to take it to another level. The action is intense and the play is ultra-competitive as Top 100 talent jockey for supremacy in the National class! This is where it all goes down! Dozens of national media, scouts-scouting services, popular basketball video websites and others there to take it all in as the summer tips off at the renowned Super Soph Camp.

College coaches closely follow the camp via Twitter, ESPN.com and other online reports/recaps during the three days, since NCAA recruiting rules prohibit them from leaving their campuses during the month of June. The coaches use the information and camp results to help them organize and plan their recruitment of this class during the "live" July recruiting period that follows and thus better-targeting their efforts towards these elite sophomore prospects who attended the camp.