Stellar Hoops Elite 60 Standouts!

With countless individual exposure events going on throughout the Southeast in the fall, it’s hard for parents and players alike to decide which events to attend. Ideally, the event will have outstanding media coverage (since D1’s are not permitted to attend non-scholastic events in the fall), a high level of competition, and a presence of college coaches from smaller colleges. Enter the Stellar Hoops Elite 60 National Camp.

Director Wayne Davis puts on an invite-only event just after the school year jumps off that largely focuses on elite underclassmen and sleepers. The 2023 fall edition had both. Guys such as Michigan State swingman Coen Carr (who shut down the 2023 Ballislife All American Game dunk contest), Isaiah Miranda (Oklahoma State’s most sought after recruit), future Duke swingman Isaiah Evans, Overtime Elite monster Somto Cyril (committed to Kentucky), and more are just a few to have graced the court before they blew up. There was no shortage of players who exhibited the potential to be in that next wave as well, as we saw in Charlotte this past weekend.

Here are the top performers from the fall Stellar Hoops Elite 60 National Camp:

Markus Kerr, 6’4, SG, JL Chambers HS (NC), 2026
The most highly touted player of the weekend, top-50 2026 Markus Kerr certainly lived up to his billing. The scoring guard was an adept shot creator who had no problem creating separation off the bounce and scoring from deep, but also showed growth facilitating for others. Kerr is just starting his sophomore year, yet already owns numerous high major offers and will be right near the top of the 2026 class in North Carolina.

Nick Hailey, 6’6, SG, Providence Day School (NC) 2025
If one was to build the prototype for what a wing looks like in today's world, Nick Hailey certainly foots the bill. At a legit 6-foot-6 with good length, the lefty has some serious range and uses his ideal length to clamp down on multiple positions defensively. Hailey holds offers from Ole Miss and Western Carolina, but has also been hearing from the likes of Harvard, Appalachian State, and SMU as of late.

Zion Walker, 6’1, PG, The Burlington School (NC), 2024
In terms of productivity, there wasn’t a guard who did more than Zion Walker. The sturdy playmaker got to the rim at will, showed an outstanding change of pace, and finished with creativity at the rack with both hands. Walker has the potential to be an immediate impact player at Mount St. Mary’s.

Tarris Bouie, 6’5, SG/SF, JL Chambers HS (NC), 2026
There may not have been a player who helped himself more at the Stellar Hoops Elite 60 than Tarris Bouie. The lanky wing provides a presence on both ends of the floor, can finish above the rim in traffic, and showed potential as a shot creator. Immediately after the camp, Bouie picked up mid-major offers from Charlotte, High Point, and College of Charleston.

Bradley Floyd, 6’5, SG, Kings Mountain (NC), 2026
Bradley Floyed is another one of those guys who checks a number of boxes in terms of ideal physical tangibles for a young guard. The Kings Mountain sophomore is a scorer with size who can create shot opportunities off the bounce with limited dribbles and finish above the rim. Floyd owns numerous D1 offers on a list that will assuredly go running with a loaded Team United 2026 group.

Nolan Nelson, 6’7, PF, Creekside HS (FL), 2027
A player who I was not familiar with entering the event, Nolan Nelson left the Stellar Hoops Elite 60 as one of the higher long-term prospects. Exceptionally fluid on both ends, Nelson showed great agility, intriguing skills facing the rack, and the ability to play above the rim on both ends. Running with Nightrydas in the EYBL, Nolan Nelson is a name that you’ll be hearing about sooner rather than later.

Chris Eagan, 6’8, PF, Charlotte Catholic (NC), 2025
Chris Eagan brought a high level of productivity along with the perimeter skill set that you hope for out of a new age big at Stellar Hoops. The Team Curry lefty holds multiple D1 offers, has a very intriguing touch as a finisher, and is very comfortable scoring with his back to the basket. Still a bit under the radar, this could be one of the juniors that you start hearing from more often in the Tar Heel State.

Josh Tyson, 6’1, PG/SG, Lakota West HS (OH), 2027
Another intriguing freshman that the event had to offer was Cincinnati guard Josh Tyson. Tyson is a serious shooter who is good playing out of ball screens, can kill you with his hang dribble, and utilizes his chance of pace quite well. Having last seen him in September at the MSHTV Camp, Tyson has made huge strides and will be one of Ohio’s better 2027 guards.


4 Replies to “Stellar Hoops Elite 60 Standouts!”

  1. Hi i would like to know about the elite 60 camp and wanted to know if there is a form i can sign in order to come

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