The 2026 talent pool was deep this past weekend in Indianapolis at MSHTV Camp as this class is in it’s last year of middle school before they enter the high school scene. Below are some takeaways from five 2026 prospects…
The 2026 talent pool was deep this past weekend in Indianapolis at MSHTV Camp as this class is in it’s last year of middle school before they enter the high school scene. Below are some takeaways from five 2026 prospects that really stood out in front of us this past weekend in Indianapolis…
Chris Washington Makes Case For Number 1 In 2026
Is Chris Washington the number one prospect in the 2026 class? As of right now from what Prep Hoops Next has been able to see, the answer is probably yes to that question. The 6’6 forward from Florida is a freak athlete and was simply unstoppable this past weekend at MSHTV Camp. Washington was finishing everything above the rim and was a walking highlight in every game he played in Indianapolis. It is still very early but as of right now, Washington seems to sit at the top of the list in 2026.
Alex Constanza Shows Upside
Right behind Washington in the state of Florida is Alex Constanza. Constanza, who is from Miami, is 6’7 with an ample amount of upside. We actually got to see Constanza matchup vs Washington in the final hours of MSHTV Camp and it did not disappoint. Constanza can stretch the floor well with his shot as he can shoot it from all over. His length while standing at 6’7 is a coach’s dream as it allows him to cover so many different areas on the court. People are going to start hearing Costanza’s name a lot even before he enters his first year of high school.
Peyton Kemp Peyton Kemp 5'7" | PG MI Is A Top Lead Guard In 2026
Peyton Kemp Peyton Kemp 5'7" | PG MI was the top lead guard I saw at MSHTV Camp this past weekend. The 5’10 Cali point guard plays with some swagger to him and is an exciting player to watch. Kemp has a high basketball IQ that allows him to make great reads at the point guard position and does a tremendous job of setting up his teammates. Kemp is earning a reputation of being one of the top point guards in the 2026 class.
Chase Foster Is Next Up In DMV
The DMV has a long history of producing high major basketball prospects and Chase Foster is in line to follow the path of many other former DMV hoopers. Foster made his presence known from night one of MSHTV Camp and walked away being one of the most productive players the entire weekend. Foster, who is 6’7, demonstrated his ability to finish above the rim at a high level. Foster has tremendous length which is a reason why he is so versatile while on the court.
Braylen Langley Was Find Of The Weekend
We introduced Langley the other day talking about him being the best find of the weekend and he backed up his night one performance throughout the entire weekend earning himself a spot in the 2026 “Top 20” All Star Game. Langley has super long legs and arms that have helped him be currently listed at 6’5. Langley is from Evansville, Indiana and has already shown that he can score the ball at a high level and make a strong impact defensively because of his size.
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