The 24th annual Fullcourt Press All-West Camp was held recently (September 12-13) at Nets on Fire in St. George UT (2 hours North of Las Vegas NV) – attracting roughly 220-plus top high school prospects from California, Nevada, Utah, Oregon, Arizona, Colorado, Washington, New Mexico, Wyoming, Hawaii, Wisconsin and Maryland. This platform gave talented HS players in the 2021, 2022, 2023 and 2024 classes (as well as a handful of good 2025 kids) a real opportunity to display their skills and future potential.

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Top scouts in attendance included Frank Burlison (, McDonald’s All-American Game, NBPA Top 100 Camp and Pangos All-American Camp selection committees), Ronnie Flores (Ball is Life and Pangos All-American Camp selection committee), Dinos Trigonis (Nothing But Net Magazine, Fullcourt Press and Pangos All-American Camp), Krysten Peek (, Etop Udo-Ema (Dunk News), Christian Popoola (Popoola Rating & Development),Tyler Glazier (Pro Insight), Bruce Williams (PrepHoops Nevada), Anthony Ray (Arizona Preps), Jerina Madayag ( and Mike Galu (Max Preps) and video-outlets Ball Dawgs, BallerTV, Overtime, WW Tapes and Who’s Next.

The camp’s top 90 players were selected by the media/scouts in attendance and were showcased in the three “cream of the crop” games held at the conclusion of the event.

Listed below are the Top 30 selections selected by the major media present (in alphabetical order):

Top 30 Cream of the Crop Selections

Devon Barnes                  6’1″    2021   St. Frances Academy (Baltimore MD)
Very solid lead guard always plays under control and makes wise decisions.  Barnes has a solid mid-range game, sets the table well for teammates and is a pesky defender.

Wilhelm Breidenbach      6’9″    2021   Mater Dei (Santa Ana CA)
Blue-collar PF is physical in the paint and has impressive ability to knock down shots beyond the 3-point arc.  Excellent student has Utah, Nebraska, Marquette, Cal, USC, St. Mary’s and Vanderbilt in the hunt for his future services.  Ronnie Flores selected Wilhelm as the #4 best player in his camp player rankings.

AJ Burgin                         6’3″    2021   San Diego HS (CA)
Very underrated combo-guard with strength has nice ability to knock down shots from both the mid-range and from distance.   Excellent student unofficially visited Idaho State (has an offer from the Bengals) prior to arriving at the camp.

Jaden Byers                      6’2″    2021   Rancho Christian (Temecula CA)
Quick and athletic combo-guard with high-octane scoring touch. Byers has offers from Pacific, San Diego, Loyola Marymount, Grambling and Southern.

Brayden Carter                 6’7”    2021   J.K. Mullen (Denver CO)
Rugged PF plays hard and is productive at both ends. Carter has an underrated outside shot and can also score with his back to the basket.

Drew Carter                      6’3”    2021   Tigard (OR)
Steady WG with excellent perimeter stroke has committed to Colorado for both football (plays QB) and basketball.  Terrific student and great kid plays for a Seattle Rotary program directed by Darryl Hennings.

Collin Chandler                6’4”    2022   Farmington (UT)
Arriving at the FCP All-West camp with offers only from in-state Utah and Dixie State, Chandler stole the show in St. George!  Chandler is quick and athletic off the dribble, active on both ends of the floor and extremely accurate from long-distance. Very underrated defender and shot-blocker too. This tremendous student’s splendid play (including 14 points in Top 30 Game) not only earned him a share of overall camp MVP honors with Reese Dixon-Waters but also a post-camp offer from Stanford.  Oregon State, BYU and TCU are also schools showing interest.  Collin topped Ronnie Flores’ camp player rankings, holding down the top spot.  Poised for a big bump in national 2022 rankings.

Alpha Chibambe              6’5″    2022   JSerra (San Juan Capistrano CA)
Very bouncy WF has the strength to finish in traffic and with authority at the rim. Improving perimeter shooter has a Loyola Marymount offer.

Corey Cofield                   6’4″    2021   West Ranch (Santa Clarita CA)
Explosive athlete is a very good slashing scorer and tenacious defender.  As his perimeter shot continues to improve so will his D1 value.  Cofield has excellent long-term upside and an offer from Loyola Marymount.

Reese Dixon-Waters        6’5″    2021   St. Bernard (Playa del Rey CA)
Having not seen this USC-bound WF in a while, I was very impressed with both the improvement of his physical strength (especially in his legs) as well as the consistency in his perimeter shot. Reese was outstanding all camp long including in the Top 30 Game where he scored 13 points (three 3s) and grabbing a share of overall camp co-MVP honors with camp surprise Collin Chandler. Top 50 national prospect (as ranked by Van Coleman/Nothing But Net Magazine) is scheduled to arrive at Southern Cal early, enrolling early next January and getting a head start on getting acclimated to college life.

Kiree Huie                        6’8″    2022   Liberty (Henderson NV)
Very recent import to the Las Vegas area, Kiree is a strong PF that is active on the glass and can score around the cup.  Worth tracking for MM and below D1 college programs.

Taviontae Jackson           6’2      2022   Las Vegas HS (NV)
Up and coming guard with high upside is a junior name emerging in the Silver State.

Joshua Jefferson             6’8″    2022   Liberty (Henderson NV)
Skilled PF with bounce and strength is a player I am very high on nationally in 2022.  Top-notch student has offers from Texas A&M, UNLV and Pepperdine. Dad (Ben Jefferson) played in NFL and CFL.

Ben Krystkowiak              6’4”    2022   Olympus (Holladay UT)
Son of Utah coach Larry Krystkowiak moves well without the ball and has ability to spot up from beyond the 3-point line.

Ring Malith                       6’9″    2022   Renaissance Academy (Altadena CA)
Very intriguing and multi-dimensional forward is brimming with long-term potential.  Ronnie Flores picked Ring as the #9 best player in his camp player rankings.

Mouhamed Mbaye           6’8″    2021   Colorado Prep (Aurora CO)
This event was Mbaye’s West Coast coming out party and he showed a relentless motor and physicality matched by few PFs in the West.  Mbaye competes on every play, loves contact and has a very underrated perimeter shot.  Senegal native scored 14 points in Top 30 Game – earning game co-MVP honors.  Ronnie Flores pegged Mbaye in the #2 spot in his camp player rankings.  One of the nation’s most underrated players has offers from Louisville, Rutgers, Arizona State, Iona and Bryant.

Damion McDowell            6’5″    2021   St. Bernard (Playa del Rey CA)
Rice-bound swingman is one of the West Coast’s most underrated senior prospects.  Slithering slashing scorer with the tools to be an excellent defender at the next level.

Jeremiah Nyarko              6’8″    2022   St John Bosco (Bellflower CA)
Quick and confident PF with nice spring in his step scored 14 efficient points (7/8 FG) in Top 30 Game, earning game co-MVP honors.  Nyarko is active around the rim with the ability to step out and face and pop the perimeter jump shot.  USC was his 1st offer and he is now also hearing from Arizona State, Cal and Pepperdine. Ghana native is also a very solid student.

Aaron Price                      6’7″    2022   Liberty (Henderson NV)
Athletic forward runs floor well and can finish with a boom in transition.  Outstanding student too.

JD Roberts                       6’7″    2022   Park Hill South (Riverside MO)
Rangy swingman with high basketball IQ and very complete skill set.

Daniel Rouzan                 6’8″    2021   Bishop Gorman (Las Vegas NV)
Burly and rugged PF can score despite contact inside.  Rouzan is returning to Sin City after spending last season at Eisenhower (Rialto CA).

Ethan Speaker                  6’6”    2021   Boulder City (NV)
Energetic forward can finish above the rim as well as score from the perimeter. Speaker seemed to be constantly in motion and affected the game on both ends.  Arkansas-Little Rock is his lone offer to date.  If he keeps playing like he did in St. George, it won’t be his last. Ronnie Flores selected Ethan as the #6 best player in his camp player rankings.

AJ Storr                            6’6″    2022   Bishop Gorman (Las Vegas NV)
Active forward with nice scoring touch is an Illinois native that will be an impact player for Grant Rice’s Gorman program this upcoming season.  Storr has early offers from IUPUI and Chicago State but is still very much under the radar.  Ronnie Flores slotted AJ as the #7 best player in his camp player rankings.

JQ Strong                        6’7″    2022   St. Bernard (Playa del Rey CA)
Young rising junior with smooth skills and emerging athleticism is the son of former Xavier and NBA PF Derek Strong.

Anthony Swift                  6’7″    2021   Desert Pines (Las Vegas NV)
Feisty combo-forward competes with physicality and patrols the defensive end of the floor like a sheriff.  Underrated perimeter shooter.

TJ Wainwright                 6’3”    2021   Westchester (Los Angeles CA)
Well-known as a lefty flamethrower, Wainwright showed off his expanded on the ball game here, connecting with teammates on backcourt cuts and making the extra pass. 3-ball was also in full effect as usual. Washington State, Grand Canyon, Pepperdine and UC-Santa Barbara (all have offered) are among those involved. TJ’s John Stockton-type back-door pass to Ben Krystkowiak was a prime contender for top pass of the camp:

Christopher Washington 6’5″    2022   St. John Bosco (Bellflower CA)
“Scooter” is a long lead guard with nice basketball instincts, pin-point passing ability and deep range on his jump shot.  Father Chris Washington played at Cal with former NBA all-star guard Kevin Johnson and his grandfather was the late Issy Washington (legendary grassroots event operator).   Growing list of offers include Mississippi State, Ole Miss, Long Beach State, Pepperdine, St. Louis, TCU, UC-Santa Barbara, Loyola Marymount, Hawaii, UC-Davis, Southern Utah and Montana.

Milos Uzan                       6’4″    2022   Desert Pines (Las Vegas NV)
Very talented point guard with length and HM scoring ability.  Savvy lead guard with smooth as silk 3-point stroke is sitting on offers from UCLA, Arizona, Texas Tech, Arizona State, Washington, UNLV, Washington State, TCU and Cal.  Father Mike Uzan is his head coach at Desert Pines. Ronnie Flores picked Milos as the #5 best player in his camp player rankings.

Quinton Webb                  6’6″    2022   San Ysidro (CA)
Extremely athletic hybrid forward with emerging skills is a prospect to track in the junior class.

Jaden Winfield                 6’5″    2021   King (Riverside CA)
One of the pleasant surprises of the camp, Winfield is a St. Louis MO native that just relocated to the Inland Empire for his senior season where he will be attending Riverside King (the alma mater of Kawhi Leonard and Tony Snell). Strong and athletic WG attacks the hoop hard and can spot up from deep.  Ronnie Flores chose Jaden, a real West Coast senior sleeper as the #10 best player in his camp player rankings.

The camp’s Top 60 Cream of the Crop Game MVP was:

Jermaine Rogers II          6’3”    2022   Ayala (Chino Hills CA)
Rogers is a very assertive WG that attacks the cup with no fear and has real shot-making ability. Rogers’ was the high scorer (15 points) in the Top 60 Game and his outstanding play in that contest earned him a call-up and spot in the Top 30 Game.

The rest of the camp’s Top 60 Cream of the Crop Game selections (listed in alphabetical order) were: 7-0 2021 Christian Bento (Bishop Gorman/Las Vegas NV), 6-4 2022 Jeremiah Dargan (Clayton Valley Charter (Concord CA), 6-8 2023 Zack Davidson (Mater Dei/Santa Ana CA), 6-5 2022 Chol Deng (Fairmont Prep/Anaheim CA), 6-9 2022 Kyle Evans (Santa Margarita/CA), 6-5 2021 Isaac Finlinson (Dixie/St. George UT), 6-4 2021 Gabriel Gibson (Campbell County/Gillette WY), 5-11 2022 Christian Griffin (Bishop Amat/(La Puente CA), 6-5 2021 Tyrelle Hunt (Coronado/Henderson NV/Prep School), 6-4 2025 Shamar Jones (Home School “Classic Conversations”/CA), 6-7 2022 Ron Jones Jr. (Oakland Tech/Oakland CA), 6-6 2022 Marco Kenz (St John Bosco/Bellflower CA), 6-2 2021 Mason Landdeck (Desert Hills/St. George UT), 6-1 2021 Donjae’ Lindsey (Weston Ranch/Stockton CA), 7-0 2024 Khaman Maker (Desert Valley Prep/Las Vegas NV), 6-5 2023 David Manea (Beckman/Irvine CA), 6-6 2021 Everett May (Los Alamitos (CA), 6-5 2022 Jack McCloskey (Santa Margarita/CA), 6-6 2023 Andrew Meadow (West Ranch/Santa Clarita CA), 6-1 2023 Yaqub Mir (Granite Bay/CA), 6-7 2021 AK Orekere (Clovis North/Fresno CA), 6-2 2022 Isaac Peralta (J Serra/San Juan Capistrano CA), 6-2 2024 Jamari Phillips (Modesto Christian/Modesto CA), 6-0 2022 Terrance Ramirez (Fairmont Prep/Anaheim CA), 6-10 2021 Kameron Robinson (Desert Pines/(Las Vegas NV), 6-11 2021 Preston Squire (Layton/UT), 6-9 2021 Christian Ubochi (Mater Dei Catholic/Chula Vista), 6-4 2021 Dayshawn Wiley (Desert Pines/Las Vegas NV), 6-3 2023 Curtis Williams (Etiwanda/CA), 6-3 2022 Davion Wright (Franklin/Elk Grove CA) and 6-2 2023 Maurice Wright (Santa Clarita Christian/CA).

The camp’s Top 90 Cream of the Crop Game picks (listed in alphabetical order) were: 6-0 2024 Jordan Barnes (Olympus/Holladay UT), 6-7 2022 Jack Bjorn (Park Hill South/Riverside MO), 6-8 2021 Aleng Bol (Renaissance Academy/Altadena CA), 6-6 2024 Ryder Bryan (Faith Lutheran/Las Vegas NV), 6-4 2024 Luke Dowdell (Olympus/Holladay UT), 6-1 2024 Mister Burnside (Paraclete/Lancaster CA), 6-1 2023 Jackson Floyd (Ferris/Spokane WA), 5-11 2023 Yorgio Golesis (Skyline/Salt Lake City UT), 6-2 2021 Keshawn Hall (Lake Oswego/OR), 6-6 2022 Mason Hudnall (Dublin/CA), 6-6 2022 Henry Ihrig (Davis/Kaysville UT), 6-4 2022 Kristian Jemerson (Fairmont Prep/Anaheim CA), 6-5 2023 Mitch Jeppesen (Davis/Kaysville UT), 6-3 2022 Kristopher Krause (Bishop Montgomery/Torrance CA), 6-4 2025 Brayden Kyman (EAMS/Aliso Viejo CA), 6-4 2021 Blake Lander (Beverly Hills/CA), 6-11 2024 Majok Mayul (Renaissance Academy/Altadena CA), 6-6 2023 Sherrell McCullum Jr. (Garfield/Seattle WA), 6-0 2023 Quentin Meza (Cyprus High/Magna UT), 6-3 2023 Jamil Miller (Shadle Park/Spokane WA), 6-8 2021 Keegan Munson (Desert Hills/St. George UT), 6-2 2022 Jake Overbay (Lincoln/CA), 6-1 2021 Luke Pardini (Kalaheo/Kailua HI), 6-7 2022 Austin Persek (J Serra/San Juan Capistrano CA), 6-6 2022 Dane Persek (J Serra/San Juan Capistrano CA), 6-8 2023 Rockwell Reynolds (Santa Margarita/CA), 6-7 2023 Lyman Simmons (Snow Canyon/St. George UT), 5-11 2023 Jeremiah Stigler (Grant/Portland OR), 6-3 2021 Treyton Tebbs (Cedar City/UT) and 6-2 2024 Ty Virgil (Franklin/Elk Grove CA).

The players below were not selected to the all-star games but impressed scouts in attendance enough to be deserving as camp “honorable mention” (in alphabetical order): 6-0 2022 Sa’Jean Alford (Cesar Chavez/Stockton CA), 6-1 2021 Garrett Arnold (ThunderRidge/Highlands Ranch CO), 6-4 2021 Coby Barnes (Buchanan/Fresno CA), 6-1 2021 Ethan Bennett (Dixie/St. George UT), 6-6 2023 Eric Brown (Archbishop Mitty/San Jose CA), 6-2 2022 Akhil Damidi (Woodinville/WA), 6-4 2022 Clay Forsythe (Orange Lutheran/Orange CA), 6-7 2022 Marley Gonzalez (Escondido Charter/CA), 6-4 2022 Jake Heberle (Santa Margarita/CA), 5-10 2022 Nathan Heidke (Piedra Vista/Farmington NM), 5-9 2021 Luke Hladky (Campbell County/Gillette WY), 6-4 2022 Jackson Hopps (Culver City/CA), 6-5 2022 Dontrell Johnson (Bonanza/Las Vegas NV), 6-0 2023 Alexander “Zander” Kamai (Millennium/Goodyear AZ), 5-9 2024 Diego Mulford (Cyprus/Maga UT), 5-9 2021 Taj Phillips (Bishop O Dowd/Oakland CA), 5-7 2022 Earl Riley (Franklin/Seattle WA), 6-4 2022 Zab Santana (Cedar City/UT), 6-5 2023 Evan Tatum (Desert Pines/Las Vegas NV), 5-11 2021 Cruz “Tre” Valeriano III (Pius XI/Milwaukee WI),6-6 2023 Jeremiah Whitmore (Centennial/Corona CA), 6-5 2021 Josh Wolf-Bloom (Bellarmine College Prep/San Jose CA).


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