Prospect List Released for 2016 East Coast NPH Showcase Camp!
It has been a year since our last trip to Atlantic Canada for camp –on March 25-27, 2016 the NPH Showcase NATIONAL camp circuit will kick off in Halifax, Nova Scotia, and move along across Canada, to the following regions–Tri-City, Toronto, Hamilton, Manitoba, Alberta, British Columbia and Quebec, including the inaugural Grade 7-8 Junior Camp April 9-10!
For more information on the North Pole Hoops National Showcase Circuit visit Showcase.NorthPoleHoops.com
Atlantic Canada basketball prospects from the class of 2016-2020 will be in attendance from all over the Maritimes, including 20+ cities represented.
This camp will be an ideal opportunity for prospects to test themselves among their peers, and compete to identify where they stack up in Eastern Canada. National Exposure, high level skill development and character development all in one camp. Both an academic and character building seminar will also take place, educating student-athletes on how to maximie their potential off the floor by developing professional habits.
Nova Scotia Basketball Momentum
Team Nova Scotia are the reigning National champions; this historical accolade for the province and region as a whole increased momentum for growth of the game tremendously.
Guys like Nate Darling and Lindell Wigginton have represented the province of Nova Scotia while attending high school in the U. S at DeMatha and Oak Hill respectively. These two are well known names in the East and are excelling at the highest levels of high school basketball. Darling will participate in the Bio Steel All-Canadian game coming up in April, while Wigginton recently was a part of the Basketball without Borders camp that took place in Toronto, feature some of the best prospects from around the world.
Rodell Wigginton (older brother of Lindell) is currently in NCAA March Madness with the University of Buffalo.
Recent camp alumni have committed to their respective post-secondary programs and will move on to the next level, including Cole Long (UMBC | America East | NCAA D1) Alex Carson (Dalhousie | AUS | CIS) Gage Sabean (Ottawa | OUA | CIS) Rowan Power (Concordia | RSEQ | CIS) Matt Ingham (Acadia | AUS | CIS) to name a few.
During the East Coast NPH showcase camp we will be identifying prospects of a similar calibre in various classes.
The East Coast NPH Showcase Camp takes place in Halifax, Nova Scotia, however a considerable amount of talent (20+ prospects) are flying in from Newfoundland. Why?
Although a small region (population 526, 977) the Newfoundland basketball community has consistently demonstrated the hunger for growth and seeking elite level competition. Some of Newfoundland’s top young prospects have tested themselves with a trip to Ontario last year for the CNIT to get a taste of the highest level in Canada, and will be back this summer.
Last year’s East Coast Showcase stand outs were Jason Thompson (2017) and Caleb Sooley (2019), both Newfoundland products. Previous MVP, Cole Long, is an NCAA bound talent heading to UMBC in the America East this fall.
East Coast NPH Showcase Prospect List
Spots are still available at camp, REGISTER HERE – this list will be update throughout the week.
|Riyad Zehrawi||2016||Gloucester High School|
|Noah MacPherson||2017||Horton High School|
|Joshua Miller||2019||Sackville High|
|Benjamin Rogers||2017||St. Bonaventure’s College|
|Brogan Skinner||2017||Parkview Education Centre|
|Cairo Berry||2019||Bicentennial School|
|Olan Spears||2017||Dalbrae Academy|
|Gayo Isaya||2018||Fredericton High School|
|Cam Trevors||2018||Shelburne Regional High|
|Daniel Slack||2018||Shelburne Regional High|
|Hunter Ryan||2018||Gonzaga High School|
|Caleb d’Entremont||2019||St. Paul’s Junior High|
|Ben Stevens||2017||Haifax Grammar|
|Abdek Farah||2016||Gisèle Lalonde|
|Lorenzo Downey||2020||Caledonia Jr high|
|Austin Brown||2016||Forest Heights|
|Owen MacLean||2018||Stait Area Education|
|Matthew Pennell||2020||St. Peter’s Jr High|
|Nick Reid||2020||St. Peter’s Jr High|
|Devin O’Leary||2018||Waterford Valley Highschool|
|Paul Andersen||2017||Holy Heart of Mary|
|Caleb Sooley||2019||St. Peter’s Jr High|
|Christopher Edwards||2019||MacDonald Drive|
|Sean Wilson||2019||Mobile Central|
|Richard McNeil||2019||The Kiski School|
|Allan Nixon||2018||Sussex Regional|
|Liam Chislett||2018||Holy Heart of Mary|
|Aram Currie||2017||Riverview High|
|Bridger Thiessen||2017||Holy Trinity School|
|Dino Davis||2020||Caledonia Jr high|
|Dev-Randre Willis||2020||Caledonia Jr high|
|David Dospital||2019||West Kings District High|
|Gavin Wall||2019||Mobile Central|
|Drew Jacklin||2017||Shelburne Regional High|
|Edmond Surur||2018||Leo Hayes High School|
|Mickeil Beals||2016||Prince Andrew High|
|Tristen Goodwin||2018||Hants East Rural High|
|Travae Beals-Flint||2017||Cole Harbour|
|Andrew Milner||2017||Rothesay Netherwood|
|William Spaulding||2017||Rothesay Netherwood|
|Jackie Wu||2018||Rothesay Netherwood|
|Lucas Walsh||2019||Leary’s Brook|
|Akech Tong||2018||St.Bonaventures College|
|Isaac Robicheau||2018||Yarmouth County|
|Conor Foran||2017||Halifax Grammar|
|Riley Foran||2017||Halifax Grammar|
|Max MacQueen||2020||Madeline Symonds MS|
|Logan MacCallum||2019||Stonepark Junior High|
|Shamus MacLean||2016||Dalbrae Academy|
|Jordan Dyck||2017||Amherst Regional|
|Reese Zorogole||2019||Elizabeth Sutherland|
|Joshua Mailman||2019||Ridgecliff Middle School|
|Dondre Reddick||2018||Halifax Grammar|
|Zach Creese||2016||River Hebert District|
|Matt Organ||2017||Parkview Education Centre|
|Logan Toole||2017||Cobequid Educational Centre|
|Keonte Johnson-Carvery||2018||Auburn Drive|
|Tola (Bobby) Ganjosa||2018||Charles P. Allen|
|Zack Wall||2018||Charlottetown Rural|
|Adam Ryan||2017||Charlottetown Rural|
|Adam Lambert||2018||Saint John|
|Gabe Vicente||2018||Saint John|
|Ben Hickman||2019||Ridgecliff Middle School|
|Matt McCrowe||2019||Gonzaga High School|
|Calvin Horsford||2017||Sir John A Macdonald|
|Aaron Mosher||2019||Bluenose Academy|
|Patrick Liebmann||2018||Pugwash District|
|Keenan Brewer||2016||Yarmouth Consolidated Memorial|