Ty Kish held his annual MSHTV Camp this past weekend in Westfield, Indiana and the talent level in the gym was significant. Below is a list of the standout performers at the event.
2021 - Terrence Clarke and Jonathan Kuminga were the most dominant players in the Class of 2021. DJ Hughes represented his home state very well playing great on both ends of the floor and finishing with power around the rim. Treyvaughn Williams, Randy Brady, and Khailieo Terry were elite athletes who had crowds around their court for every game. Simon Wheeler was unstoppable off the dribble. Jack Courneya came from Utah and made his presence known immediately. Alexis Reyes and JT Thor are two of the best college prospects to attend the camp this year.
2022 - Emoni Bates, Chris Livingston, and Amari Bailey were the cream of the crop at this year's camp. Christian Bowen-Webb put on an amazing shooting display from three point range over the two days in Indiana. Paul McMillan used his combination of size and skill to dominate inside and outside during the camp. Mark Mitchell and Taj Manning are two 2022's who have big time long term potential. Aidan Mahaney used his heady game to compete at the highest level.
2023 - Elijah Fisher once again dominated the MSHTV Camp using his athleticism and passion to overwhelm opponents. 6'5 Rayvon Griffith from Cincinnati was the break out star of the camp. Colin Porter built on his performance at D Rich Camp and had another strong showing in Westfield. Floor general King-Jhsanni Wilhite did a great job representing the West Coast at the camp. Nikita Tyukalo was a sharp shooter who had evaluators and spectators buzzing with his three point accuracy. Malik Olafioye, Adisa Molton, and Kayden Lamebull Ingram were all very impressive throughout the weekend in Indiana.
2024 - Mikkel Tyne, Christian Jones, and John Mobley Jr were the 2024's who made the biggest impressions on evaluators during the camp. Mobley used his smooth all-around game to keep defenders guessing. Mikkel Tyne used his strength and intensity to dominate all comers. Christian Jones used his slick ball handling skills and vision to create off the dribble. All three guards brought different strengths to the camp but each was very impressive in their own right. 2026 Marcus Johnson played up two age groups and made many feel that he could be a top prospect in the 6th grade class as a 4th grader.