The MSHTV Camp is known for hosting some of the most talented youth basketball players in the nation. Players in the 3rd grade all the way through high school are under the same roof trying to make a name for themselves.
This year is no different, especially in the class of 2023, below are some of the top players from that class heading into the 2018 MSHTV Camp.
Elijah Fischer- Guard/Wing
Fischer has been on the national scene since he was in 6th grade. His elite size and athleticism make him a walking highlight. However, Fischer hasn’t let the YouTube stardom affect him, he has really focused on becoming a better basketball player. He knows that in order to excel at the next level he cannot just rely on sheer athleticism. It will be interesting to see how he matches up with some of the elite players his age and older.
Omaha Biliew- Forward/Wing
Biliew is a late riser in the class of 2023 with a chance to steal the show at his first MSHTV Camp. Biliew stands 6’7 with a 7’0 wingspan, the athletic forward is looking to breakout and this might be the perfect opportunity.
Jalen Hooks- Forward
Hooks is another long, athletic prospect with breakout potential. Hooks plays his AAU ball for the Indiana Elite and has really opened some eyes with his ability. The 6’5 prospect should thrive in the MSHTV atmosphere.
Cameron Barnes- Forward
Barnes is a 6’8 big man from Wichita, Kansas who earned high praises from his performance at John Lucas All-Star Weekend. Barnes athleticism specifically in transition makes him a threat on both sides of the floor. Whether he is getting steals or blocks on defense or finishing at the hoop on offense, it is tough for kids in the 2023 class to compete with him.
Mikey Williams- Guard
Williams has blown up over the past year for good reasons. His talent is undeniable and he is proving it on the court. Williams can do it all, he can dribble, shoot, defend with the size and athleticism to compete at an elite level. While he is gifted he also doesn’t take these things for granted and continues to work on his craft. It’ll be fun to see him compete with some of the best competition in the country.
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