Southwest Exposure Camp  

July 22-23, 2020 Session I

July 25-26, 2020 Session II

 
 
Zechariah Selvage (Pro-Vision HS 2020) has received an offer to Pittsburg State after performing very well this weekend at the SWEC. The D2 school is located in Kansas and competes in the Mid-American Intercollegiate Athletic Association (MIAA).  Speaking of Selvage, he fared really well at the SWEC before sitting out the championship game with a mild injury.  
 


SWEC EVALUATIONS
Here are some evals from both sessions of the SouthWest Exposure Camp.  The evals are courtesy of the SWEC's lead scout, Tim Littlefield.  He not only watched at least 2 quarters of every game, but evaluated the drill sessions as well.  

SESSION 1 
JAKE HESTER 2020 .  CEDAR PARK HIGH SCHOOL
Shot it well both days. Day 1 in drills, he shot it efficient from mid and 3pt range. Came off screens, and spotted up well in gameplay.
 
JUSTIN NORRIS 2022 CYPRESS RANCH HIGH SCHOOL
Quick guard who got to his spots, did well during game play. Scored and got others involved.
 
JESTIN PORTER 2020 CY RDIGE HIGH SCHOOL
Athletic guard good in transirion and in half court.  Did a good job running teams offense and was strong in ball screen situations. Attacked the basket. Also rebounded well from guard spot.
 
NICHOLAS VANN 2020 SA WARREN HIGH SCHOOL
Floor general type guard who gets to his spots to knock down shots but gets others involved. Competed hard in game play. Good coming off ball screens. Shoots the ball clean with good rotation
 
JALEN MANGUM 2020 SA SUNNYBROOK 
Strong built guard competed hard and made plays on both ends. Finished in traffic and hit some big shots in gameplay.  Hit 4 in a row in last game to close the deficit and help team win. 
 
DAVID MARTINEZ 2022 ATASCOCITA HIGH SCHOOL
Solid guard who scored in a variety of ways. Good size, played to his strengths, finished in traffic, handled the ball nicely in transition and half-court situations. Shoots it from 3 .
 
TRACE BOLING 2020 THE VILLAGE HIGH SCHOOL
Shot it Well Both days in drills and in games. Showed ability to shoot it off the bounce in mid range and 3 point range. Good clean fluid stroke. Has a good feel for the game.
 
JUSTIN COLLINS 2021 ATASCOCITA HIGH SCHOOL
Played with a high motor and made plays all over the floor during gameplay. Effective getting to the rim and finishing. Showed ability to hit mid-range as well. Long active defensively.
 
MASON JONES 2022 DALLAS TIMBERCREEK HIGH SCHOOL 
Shoots it with good form, has range. Scored in a variety of ways in gameplay. Had a couple 20 plus games. Long wiry type player who has some high caliber potential.
 
JAILAN ARDION 2022  BEAUMONT TEKOYA
Good size athlete played well in stretches in gameplay.  Showed some ability to score it.
 
HUDSON BOYD 2021  LAKE CREEK HIGH SCHOOL 
Knock Down Shooter. Shot it well in Drills and games. Came off screens and also shot it good spotting up from 3.

DEAUNTRE DAVIS  2020  CHILTON HIGH SCHOOL
Big red kid who is overall good athlete, has some upside based on conditioning . Strong build, post up strong, decent hands.  Scored inside also has mid range touch . Good rebounder 
 
GERALD DOAKES 2021 PRO VISION ACADEMY
Explosive scorer.  Played well in gameplay on Day 1.  Scored in a variety of ways. Good in transition. Also made plays defensively getting in the passing lanes.  Felt mild pain in foot and did not play on Day 2.
 
RONALD HOLMES 2021 NORTHSIDE HIGH SCHOOL
Scored the ball in game play. Long good athlete was able to find his way to the basket and mid-range.  His summer team traveled to Kansas, and he missed all of Day 2. 
 
JOHNATHAN MASSIE 2021 ST. THOMAS HIGH SCHOOL
Played with a high motor both days. Went hard in drills and improved throughout the camp. Scored the ball in multiple ways. Showed ability to get by defenders and make plays for himself and others.
 
JOURNEE PHILLIPS 2020 SA WAGNER HIGH SCHOOL
High motor athletic kid who scored it from all over. Got to the rim and had several dunks and finishes in traffic. Plays through contact with strong build. Shot the ball from mid-range and 3 point range cleanly. Good on ball defender.
 
DAMON NICHOLAS 2021 DUNCANVILLE HIGH SCHOOL
Solid all-around player. Made plays on both ends and played with a high motor. Handled the ball in transition and finished and also showed ability to score from other areas. Good athlete.
 
BLESSING ADESIPE 2020 ALIEF TAYLOR HIGH SCHOOL
Strong built athlete jumps out the gym!   Showed ability to finish in traffic and shot it ok from 3 point range. Played with a high motor.
 
SEAN ELKINGTON 2022 CROSBY HIGH SCHOOL
Knockdown shooter. Shot it well in drills on Day 1 and in gameplay.  Comes off screens and shoots it with good range and release.
 
ROLAND MCDOUGAL 2020 LEGACY HIGH SCHOOL
Good Clean Release, shoots it with range. Knock down several jumpers during game action and drills. Also a good athlete. The athleticism was on display getting to the rim a few times.
 
NICK HALE 2020 PRO VISION ACADEMY 
Lefty Athletic Scorer played well in game action. Runs the floor well and finishes in transition but was solid scoring the ball in half-court situations as well. 
 
KENNETH LOFTON 2020 PORT ARTHUR MEMORIAL 
Impressive. This lefty scored the ball in multiple ways. Showed range shooting the ball from 3 and finished around the rim in traffic with soft touch. Has a real good feel for the game and makes plays all over in traffic. Strong rebounder. Strong hands!!!
 
SIR ISSAC HERRON 2021  LAMAR HIGH SCHOOL
Long athletic kid who has some potential. Overall good motor, goodhands. Did an ok job around the basket when he got opportunities. Finished at the rim some.
 
MARCO SUSIC  2020 MAGNOLIA HIGH SCHOOL 
Showed a good motor and ability to run the floor some. Good size kid at 6'9 was solid on the in interior.

GABE RAYER 2020 VANDERGRIFT HIGH SCHOOL
Ran the floor well in gameplay. Finished around the rim some but showed some range and shooting ability. Clean stroke with good rotation on his shot.
 
TIMI TOLU 2020 .  THE VILLAGE HIGH SCHOOL
Long wiry athlete ran the floor well and scored some inside. Good hands, blocked some shots. Rebounded ok as well.

JACK WITMER 2021 CY FAIR HIGH SCHOOL 
Runs the Floor Well. Good athlete Finishes in traffic . Was also good in pick and pop and spot up situations from mid and 3 point range. Showed good work ethic and heart throughout camp. Competitive.
 
SESSION 2
 
JAYLEN HERMAN    2021 CROSBY HIGH SCHOOL
High Motor, High energy kid who made plays on both ends. Very competitive guard was solid getting to the rim and also shot it ok from 3.
 
JOHNNY CARSWELL  2022 BRIDGELAND HIGH SCHOOL
Floor general. The camp's smallest player (5'3) has a real good feel for the game.  Hit a team high 23 points, including 5 three pointers in the opening game. Despite size he made some splash plays. High Basketball IQ
 
JACOLBI HARRIS 2021 ELKINS HIGH SCHOOL
Quick guard, sees the floor, attacked gaps of the defense and finished in traffic in game action. Was solid all camp coming off ball screens and turning the corner.
 
ZECHARIAH SELVAGE 2020  PRO VISION ACADEMY
PlayMaker!!!  Really fast off the dribble, attacked defenders and got to the rim. Was real good in transition. Good on ball defender. Energetic!
 
JASEAN JACKSON 2021 SA WAGNER HIGH SCHOOL
Solid All Camp.. Shot it well from mid and 3 point range. Very efficient. Showed ability to put it on the floor and score. Looked good in transition as well. Lead his team from Pg position.
 
TREY BLACKMORE  2022 . SA COLE HIGH SCHOOL
Showed some play making ability in Day 2 of the camp. Made shots but also got others good looks attacking the defense.
 
MARCO FOSTER 2020 LANCASTER HIGH SCHOOL 
Shot it good in game action on both days. Shoots it with good range and good release.
 
REECE PEEL  2020  A&M CONSOLIDATED HIGH SCHOOL 
Good athlete with a good IQ. Sees the floor, made good decisions in game action. Scored the ball effectively as well.
 
JESAIAH MCWRIGHT 2022 CYPRESS FALLS HIGH SCHOOL 
Player with some upside. Good size Guard Scored it in a variety of ways. Has a good feel. Finished in traffic, shot over defenders with good lift on jumper. Scored from mid and 3 point range.  
 
JACKSON BYAS 2020 CIBOLO STEELE
Good athlete, Shot it well in drills on Day 1 and scored the ball effectively on Day 2. Good size, worked hard on both ends.
 
DANIEL ETTAH 2020 SA BRENNAN HIGH SCHOOL
Strong explosive athlete at his best in transition. Jumps very well. Scored the ball mostly in mid range area in game action. Long arms. 
 
KEVIN MARS 2020 PRO VISION ACADEMY
Was solid all camp beating guys off the dribble getting to the basket and making plays. Played with a good motor and good overall feel for the game.
 
CAMERON CROCKETT 2022 . TRAVIS HIGH SCHOOL
Long wiry intriguing player. Handled the ball nicely in transition, made good reads, finished in traffic with his length. 
 
PRESTON LAWRENCE 2020 LAKE HIGHLANDS HIGH SCHOOL 
Arguably the best player in camp. Simply makes plays. Smart, always in the right spot at the right time. Very good athlete. Has the ability to go up and get it. At this best shooting it. Showed real good range with a quick release. Good clean stroke. Will also get to the basket. Hit game-winner while down 1 in game action from deep.

ROMMELL WILLIAMS  2020  MAYDE CREEK HIGH SCHOOL
Used his frame well and kept his body between the ball and the defender regularly.  Slashed and finished very well.  Played within his means.  Executed and got to the free throw line frequently.  Averaged double digits.
 
CHRIS MARSHALL 2022 MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL
Impressive player who opened with a monster game on Day One. Scored the ball in multiple ways. Played well and finished strong in traffic. Shows a good feel for the game. High motor, competitive. Lots of potential!
 
JOSH FARMER 2021 SHARPSTOWN HIGH SCHOOL 
Long wiry ultra-athlete at his best mid range inward. Runs the floor can cause matchup problems. Finishes in traffic. Rebounded the ball ok. Once it all clicks together he could be very good. UPSIDE is huge!
 
ASHTON SMITH 2021 NIMITZ HIGH SCHOOL 
Good sized player. Showed a good motor and work ethic in both days. Runs the floor and competes for position. Rebounds the ball ok and showed good athleticism in drills and gameplay at the rim.
 
REECE PEELE  2020 A&M CONSOLIDATED
Good size guard looked good both days. Good athlete can play off the bounce, was solid in ball screen situations. Scored it in multiple ways. Shows good awareness on both ends. Good athlete. Shot it from 3.
 
KELLEN AMOS 2020 ST JOHN XXVII
Long athletic kid who showed the ability to score it. High motor was on display during game action making plays on both ends.

DWIGHT PARKER  2020  KLEIN COLLINS HIGH SCHOOL
Cerebral point guard who sees the floor really well.  Very unselfish with the ball in his hands.  Helped lead his team to the camp championship.

JORDAN MARSHALL  2020  RAYMOND (MS) HIGH SCHOOL
One of the most athletic guards in the building.  Used his athleticism to make and finish plays on both ends.  His mid range game was impressive as well.  A solid D1 prospect.
 
 
 
MON. JULY 29th
The First annual Southwest Exposure Camp was a huge success. The amount of talent that came through the doors at Yates HS was big time and some kids who were virtual unknowns and would have not had the opportunity to showcase their skills because of non invites to NCAA camp may have their phone ringing this week. Also the knowledge the players and families received from the speakers were big time. Can't wait for next year! But here are some of the kids who shined this second session.
 
Jaylen Herman (Crosby HS 2021)
Johnny Carswell (Bridgeland HS 2022)
Geoffrey Day Jr. (Cy Park HS 2020)
Jacolbi Harris (Elkins HS 2021)
Zechariah Selvage (Pro-Vision HS 2020)
Jasean Jackson (Wagner HS 2021)
Jacory Chatman (Hightower HS 2022)
Brian Gordon (St John's HS 2021)
Rommell Williams (Mayde Creek HS 2020)
Hudson Boyd (Lake Creek HS 2021)
Jordan Marshall (Raymond (MS) HS 2020)
Jesaiah Wright (Cy Falls HS 2022)
Kellen Amos (St John's XXIII HS 2020)
Conlie Christmas (Dawson HS 2022)
Daniel Ettah (Brennan HS 2020)
Preston Lawrence (Lake Highlands HS 2020)
Kevin Mars (Pro-Vision HS 2020)
Chris Marshall (Marshall HS 2022)
Cameron Morrison (Atascocita HS 2021)
Lorenzo Caldwell (Sildell (LA) HS 2021)
Chancellor White (Foster HS 2022)
Cameron Crockett (Travis HS 2022)
DeAntre Davis (Chilton HS 2020)
Josh Farmer (Sharpston HS 2021)
 
So what about the dozens of D1 prospects who do NOT get picked for the live camps, 
 
Rcs Sports and Nelson Brands have collaborated to provide a very viable well organized solution.  Approximately 100 players will be invited to showcase their skills right here in H-Town in front of D2, D3, NAIA & JUCO coaches while each game is streamed live to D1 Coaches and the world wide web via BallerTV.  On July 24-25 (Session 1) and July 27-28 (Session 2), the SouthWest Exposure Camp will take place at Yates HS, directly across the street from University of Houston.  
 
This camp will be ran by Channelview HS head coach DewShannon Holmes and approximately 10 other high school coaches.  Let me stress something very important.... the targeted prospects for the SWEC are those who we feel are potential D1 prospects but the actual D1 coaches didn't think enough of them to do whatever needed to be done to get them into the camp at UofH.
 
 This gives the prospects a fighting chance to move the needle on their recruitment at a pivotal time of their high school career.  We will have a recap of each session circulated to the D1 coaches (for FREE).  Meaning, since D1 coaches can't attend, a summary of SWEC top performers each day will be comprised and distributed in the parking lots, the restrooms, and even during our Rcs Sports party which will be held at Phil & Derek's while the coaches are in town.  
This could yield the D1 coaches a chance to identify additional names to place on their Fall Recruiting Campus visit list.  If you think for a minute D1 coaches won't be flocking into Greater Houston during the September and October contact period, you had better think again.  Plus, reality is reality and all 200 campers who participate in the SWEC will NOT sign D1 letters of intent (and those non D1 coaches are very much aware of this fact).  But this is one way to keep their dream alive and exercise their right to do so.  


Lastly, any time a live D1 event takes place, there will be aspiring Non D1 coaches in attendance seeking to network for future D1 job considerations.  This aligns right within the "Dog - Cat - Rat - Cheese" theory.  Just think about it, and save me the effort of explaining it to you at this time.  Point is, there WILL BE PLENTY college coaches representing Junior Colleges, D2, D3 and NAIA programs in attendance at the SWEC, because there will be lots of prospects for them to evaluate without having D1 coaches steal their thunder.  If this particular week goes well, the city of Houston could be rocking in late July and college coaches regardless of their level, will get plenty of bang for their buck.

 For more info (camp coaches, invite criteria, fees, etc) on the SouthWest Exposure Camp, send email to:  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

                            
Hotel camp Information for players and parents:
 
Holiday Inn Express & Suites Houston Hobby Airport Area
9185 Gulf Freeway, Houston, TX 77017, USA
Tel: 713.944.4120

Rate:$75

Traci Galyean the contact person

 

Session I hotel Group rates  Southwest Exposure Camp I (July 23-26)