Lonestar Top 100 Camp: 2024 Prospect Edition

The Lonestar Top 100 Camp goes back over a decade ago and I was glad to be a part of it. Stats were provided by Xccelerated Sports Metrics and the event had a loaded crop of talent. In this edition, we headline the 2024 class and the prospects that performed well in that class. 

John Price Is A Division 1 Prospect

John Price’s name isn’t unfamiliar amongst basketball people in the state of Texas, but I do think what is going under the radar is how much better he’s gotten. At 6-foot-6 and a jumbo athlete, Price has expanded his offensive game. Dunking everything, making open threes and attacking closeouts to get to the rim & he’s more coordinated now. He averaged 16 points and 5 rebounds at the camp. His progress from a year ago is impressive and I believe Price is a no brainer D1 player. Expect a big year from him at WT White.

Khadim Diongue Is One To Keep Tabs Of

Khadim was one of the surprises at camp. At 6-foot-5 and can play SG/SF, Diongue showcased his versatility. Uses length to score around the basket, a lefty that’s a solid jumpshooter and he had a high amount of offensive rebound attempts. He led all campers in scoring with 18.5ppg on 63 percent shooting.

Breakout Year For Devin Boone

Red Oak High School made a deep run in the UIL Class 5A playoffs last year, but the roster looks different this year. Boone will be asked to shoulder a large amount of the offensive load. When entering high school he was primarily a slasher/driver type of off-guard, but now he’s turning into a dependable 3-and-D guy with improved ball skills. Like his toughness as a on-ball defender, his versatility as a deep range shooter, regardless of its a spot-up or running off screens. Boone averaged 10 ppg on 45 percent shooting from three at the event.


Kabron Lewis, 6’2 PG - Nathan Halle (OK): Averaged a solid 8 points and 2 rebounds a game. An attacking point guard with a good feel for the game, Lewis was really good in transition as a finisher and playmaker. Quietly was one of the most impressive guards we had at the whole camp.

Ben Price, 6'6 SF/PF-WT White: The twin brother of John Price, Ben is also a big-time athlete but has more of a presence inside. Footwork and touch from 8-12ft out is clean, and he can make a 3-pointer as a trail guy. His energy mixed with athleticism and touch stood out.

Eric Castaneda, 5’8 PG - Kimball: Averaged 10 points and 3 rebounds. Erik’s size doesn’t pop out at you, with being only 5-foot-8 but he can shoot with range and he’s scrappy. Liked his energy and ability to stretch the floor.

Santana Spivey, 6’5 SF - Grand Prairie: Was the third leading scorer at camp. Averaged 17 points and 4 rebonds a game. At 6-foot-5 with a quick trigger and is a marksman from deep, Spivey, when he’s on, can make 3-pointers in an array of ways. This was good to see him perform efficiently at this level.

Chase Nelson, 6’2 PG - TACA: Chase has put himself in the conversation as one of the better pg’s Dallas has to offer in 2024. Strongly built, defends with physicality, gets to the paint whenever he wants and is an adequate playmaker. Holds a Sacramento State offer.

Alex Russell, 6’2 SG - John Paul II: Didn’t make shots with the efficiency I’m accustomed to seeing, but I like the shooting stroke and his feel of playing off the ball. Constant mover off the ball and can make shots beyond the 3-point line. 


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