MSHTV will be hosting its annual MSHTV Camp for the fourth year in a row at the Jonathan Byrd Fieldhouse in Westfield, Indiana.
The MSHTV Camp has had over 800 players from more than 35 states participate in our three camps. The participants have included some of the nation's top young prospects in the classes of 2019 through 2026
The goal of the MSHTV Camp is to provide young basketball players a platform to gain national exposure.
This year’s camp will feature alumni games, in which former participants of the camp will come back and compete against each other. Some of the notable alumni include Kyree Walker, Julian Newman and Terrance Clarke.
Walker and Newman faced off against each other back at the 2016 camp. Newman exploded for 52 against Walker’s team while Walker himself finished with 40 points.
Both Walker and Newman always attract a lot of buzz wherever they go; recently they both went to Dyckman Park in New York City to test their game against some of NYC’s best.
Walker had also recently committed to playing his college ball at Arizona State.
Terrance Clarke is another phenom who showed out at the MSHTV Camp continuing to do big things in high school. Clarke is a consensus top prospect in the class of 2021, who has received multiple D-1 offers from schools such as Georgetown, Syracuse Indiana and Connecticut. He recently showed his full arsenal of skills at HoopGroup Showcase last month.
The MSHTV Camp is always good for highlights and chaos, the alumni games should provide more of both. The 2018 Camp will be held from September 14th-16th.
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