Mid-Atlantic Independent School Team Camp: Standouts
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The second live period of June is here with teams across the country showcasing their talents in front of college coaches. The Mid-Atlantic Independent School Team Camp was filled with standouts as players made their impacts felt throughout the day.…
The second live period of June is here with teams across the country showcasing their talents in front of college coaches. The Mid-Atlantic Independent School Team Camp was filled with standouts as players made their impacts felt throughout the day. Here are the standouts from the Mid-Atlantic Independent School Team Camp.
, 6’4 SG Life Center Academy 2025
Brown had a big day as his energy was felt on both ends of the floor. The 6’4 guard finished with authority over the rim, including an emphatic poster to close out the last game set. Brown was able to get into the paint consistently and showed a nice touch around the basket. He worked hard on the defensive end as he had a big chase down block in transition. Brown’s stock should continue to rise if he has more performances like he did on Friday.
, 6’8 SF Peddie 2024
Kaba had a standout performance as he showed the ability to score the ball in a variety of ways. The 6’8 wing has a smooth release on his jumper as he wasted little motion and made opponents pay for giving him space from behind the arc. Kaba was able to get to his spot throughout the night and rose up with confidence over smaller defenders. He finished through contact around the basket and put the ball on the floor nicely. Kaba is a sharpshooting wing prospect whose ability to finish through contact will help his stock in a big way.
, 6’2 CG Patrick School 2026
Alozie was dynamic for the Celtics as he made plays for them throughout the day, including the game-winning layup in the opening game. The 6’2 guard has a lighting quick first step, which he used to blow by his defender off the bounce to get into the paint. Alozie finished in a variety of ways around the basket and was unafraid of contact. He rose up nicely on his jumper as he knocked down multiple shots from behind the arc. Alozie is one of the top prospects in the 2026 class and showed why he is on Friday.
, 6’2 CG Blair Academy 2026
Rippey Jr. was all over the floor during the opening day of the MAIS Team Camp as he made plays at both ends. The 6’2 guard was a menace on the defensive end as he generated multiple turnovers with his quick hands. Rippey Jr. made several slick passes to his teammates and was unafraid of making the extra pass. He attacked the basket with a purpose and was able to draw contact when he got into the paint. Rippey Jr. is a guard prospect to watch in the 2026 class with his ability to defend the ball.
, 6’1 PG George School 2025
West had a strong day for the Cougars as he showed his ability to impact the offense in a number of different ways. The 6’1 guard was able to get into the paint off the bounce and finished creatively around the basket. West moved well without the ball in his hands and shot the ball with confidence from behind the arc. He played solid on-ball defense as he forced several turnovers, which led to runouts in transition. West’s defense and ability to finish at the rim is something that should help his stock nicely.
Other Prospects to Know:
, 6’1 PG Perkiomen 2024
Edouard Benoit, 6’8 PF College Jean-de-Brebeuf 2024
, 6’3 SG Kiski 2024
, 6’6 W St. Benedict’s 2026
, 5’10 PG Haverford 2024