Canadian Basketball Prospects Show Out at Signature Camp

The first annual Signature Camp hosted a plethora of high school talent that will one day be competing in the NCAA and even NBA.

This certified NCAA event brought in schools from all over America, from as deep South as Florida to as far West as California and Oregon. A total of over 40 NCAA D1 programs were in attendance over the course of the weekend, including:

  • Stanford 13691149_1038114129620941_4478143986055153233_o
  • USC
  • Ball State
  • Butler
  • Baylor
  • California Berkeley
  • Oregon
  • St. Bonaventure
  • San Diego State
  • Oklahoma
  • New Mexico
  • Western Illinois
  • Valparaiso
  • Binghamton
  • Syracuse
  • Toledo
  • Illinois
  • Appalachian State
  • Pacific
  • Oregon State 13765702_1038114319620922_5756423479638158958_o
  • Niagara
  • Minnesota
  • SE Missouri St.
  • Arkansas
  • Tennessee
  • Michigan
  • Cal St. Northridge
  • Cal St. Bakersfield
  • Washington St.
  • Samford
  • Vanderbilt
  • Maine
  • Umass-Lowell


Headliners in the camp were Rowan Barrett Jr. and Andrew Nembhard but several others in this video made a name for themselves picked up new interest and offers.

Khaleem Bennett, a 2018 Canadian shooting guard opened many eyes with the amount of dunks he threw down.

David Muenkat is the freshest on the scene, a 2019 wing with great physicals and athleticism. We will be tracking his development throughout the school year.

Eighth grader Kordell Charles, another site to see. Keep tabs.


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