Our boys high school exposure camp was filled with good players from all classes!! The Class of 2025 was well represented at camp and made some noise even being some of the youngest players at camp. Here are a few underclassmen players who caught our attention at camp...
MALACHI JACKSON (BLOOMFIELD HILLS) 2025
Malachi proved he belonged to be one of the top players at camp!! He shot the ball very well and was also good at getting to the basket. In games, he was a play-maker that made the right play multiple times. His shooting ability will be his best asset in the future.
DJ MOODY (AVONDALE) 2025
Long & active!!! DJ was a matchup problem because he was taller than some of the guards his age and quicker than the forwards. He attacked the basket very hard all day and was all over the place defensively. There is a spot for guys who play hard all the time and DJ fits that mode. His ability to score and wreck havoc defensively make him a threat on both sides of the ball.
KEYSHAWN SUMMERVILLE (LANSING WAVERLY) 2026
Size doesn't matter when you have SKILL!!! Keyshawn played very well for one of the youngest campers playing grades up. He is quick on quick with the ball, can score and has the ball on a string! When talking about the 2026 class, his name will be one to remember for quite some time. Baller!
TREYVON MILLER (LANSING WAVERLY) 2025
UPSIDE!!!! The future is definitely bright for Lansing Waverly with Treyvon Miller coming up the ranks. Treyvon was active all day, got rebounds, scored in the lane and attacked in transition. One of the taller campers for his class didn't limit his skill or upside. The potential is through the roof for Treyvon!
AIDAN TAGUE (ROMEO) 2024
It was clear that Aidan has been working on his game!! Playing up with the upperclassmen, he more than held his own! His ball handling skills will set him apart in the 2024 class because its hard to get him to turn it over. Aidan had no problem making plays against some of the older campers and that will bold well for Romeo's varsity team this season. His ability to shoot and score will be dangerous on his HS team.
JASE BELCHER (LINDEN) 2025
We honestly thought Jase was older because of his height (6'8) but we were wrong!! Jase made plays throughout the day especially in the lane and rebounding. As his skills catch up to his height, he has a really nice ceiling of potential. Playing on a high-level AAU team (D-Rice Elite) prepped him for playing against the best. Don't be surprised if you Jase making these same plays for Linden's team this season!
BRAEDEN HOLDER (WARREN DE LA SALLE) 2025
Another freshman playing up with the older campers, Braeden was very solid the entire day. He's the type of player that is going to make the right play and will win too! His combination of being a team player but also knowing when to shoot/score is huge. Braeden played well, handled it and made shots too. The future at Warren De La Salle is in good hands!