The Pacers Athletic Center is the place to be this weekend to get a first hand look at the future stars of grassroots basketball as it is hosting the 6th annual MSHTV Camp. Director Ty Kish has done a great job of bringing in talent from the entire country to gather for the three day event in Indianapolis. The camp began on Friday night as there were multiple showcase games for different age groups. Below are three takeaways Prep Hoops Next was able to gather during our time in the gym Friday night…
Jamier Jones Jamier Jones 6'5" | WF FL Shows Off Athleticism
Jamier Jones Jamier Jones 6'5" | WF FL is one of the top overall prospects in the 2025 class and he showed why on Friday night. Catching alley oop after alley oop, nobody could slow Jones down from finishing strong above the rim inside the Pacers Athletic Center. His teammates did a tremendous job setting him up all night. Look for Jones to be a top 10-15 prospect in the 2025 class throughout his high school career.
Chase Fosters Introduces Himself
There has been a lot of hype in the DMV surrounding Foster and he started to make a name for himself on the national scene this weekend in Indianapolis. The Team Takeover forward’s length is the first thing that stands out when watching him and he uses that well to his advantage. Right now Foster is 6’7 and an above the rim finisher and is looking to be one of the next top prospects to come out of the DMV.
Braylen Langley Is The Find Of The Weekend
I had never heard of Langley before the weekend and now he is looking to be a candidate to slide into the “Top 20 All Star Game” for the class of 2026. Langley is a native of Evansville, Indiana and plays his AAU basketball with D5 Global. Langley is a long 6’5 wing that can really score the basketball. It would not shock me to see Langley become a top five prospect in the state of Indiana from the 2026 class in the coming years.
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