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The West Coast Elite 100 Camp was a STAR-STUDDED event with top players from all across America! With national names like Chet Holmgren, Baye Fall, Jaxon Kholer, and more! In the midst of the pandemic, one will not be able to find a better exposure camp to make name for themselves than the Elite 100!

Ben Roseborough (2024 Sacramento HS) – Was unstoppable, to say the least, and proved it against some of the top players in the country. The combination of skill, power, and finesse was unmatched for the 2024 class. He was lighting up the net from NBA range all weekend long and got to the basket at will.

Broyce Batchan Jr. (2022 De Anza HS) – Known for his high flying highlights, Broyce made a statement at the Elite 100 Camp with his playmaking ability. He would navigate through the pick and roll and attack the rim to find teammates for easy buckets. Broyce stock continues to rise as he proves he is an all-around PG.

Nyi Olabode (2021 Miramonte) – Continues to improve each time he comes out to play. Standing at 6’5″ with a Division-1 physique, Nyi can jump out the gym and has a nice form for his shoot. At the Elite 100 Camp, Nyi showed his improved ability to create his own shot. A special talent that will be a steal for a college program.

Marsalias Roberson (2021 Bishop O’Dowd) – The Cal signee earned top 20 honors. He was everywhere on the court making his presence felt on the defensive and seen on the offensive end by finishing with highlight-worthy dunks.

Takai Hardy (2022 Vanden)  – At 6’7″ Takai runs the floor like a deer and finishes well above the rim; he also has a nice touch all the way out to the three-point line. The quarantine season has done Takai well as his stock has skyrocketed!

Aidan Braccia (2022 Sacred Heart Prep) – The high IQ made all the right plays you want to see in a point guard. He would push the ball up the court with his head up. This allowed the point guard to find many of his teammates for alley-oops and easy buckets. He was also a deadly shooter from the three-point arc earning him top 20 honors.

Dylan Hayman (2021 Healdsburg) – Scored at all three levels and continues to show why he is a D-1 player. A straight to the point player without the flash, but he always gets the work done! One of the top unsigned seniors in NorCal.

Jaden Alexander (2021 St. Patrick – St. Vincent) – One of the most athletic players on the west coast! Jaden had a nice run as he was putting on a show with his jaw-dropping dunks all weekend long.

Ron Jones Jr. (2022 Oakland Tech) – A ultimate warrior on the court who loves to get his hands dirty in between the lines. He was everywhere for his team at the Elite 100 Camp! One of the most versatile players in NorCal earning top 40 honors.

King-Jhsanni Whilhite (2023 Riordan) – One of the well-known players out of NorCal teamed up with Baye Fall making the duo a deadly combo. Whilhite got into the paint at will making it easy for him to score or use the mid-range to his advantage.

Derek Sangster (2023 Mitty ) – At 6’6″ with long arms Derek was a monster on the offensive boards. A unselfish player that loves to play for the true joy of basketball, and he also has a nice touch from the three range. A gem in NorCal who will be a highly touted prospect in a few years.

Austin Ehrlicher (2021 Maria Carrillo) – A 6’6″ wing that loves to compete! Austin showed his nice three-point shot and created opportunities for himself on the defensive end. Another unsigned senior that is under-recruited out of the north bay.

Jaylen Wells (2021 Folsom) – At 6’6 Wells used his long arms to cause turnovers for easy baskets. He ran the floor well for nice dunks and has an underrated jump shot. Has been on a lot of D2’s/ HA D3’s radar with D1 potential! 

Jacoby Lacy (2021 Dougherty Valley) – Hit the game winner in the opening game of the camp. Was unselfish throughout the camp making pushing the ball up court and showed an efficient catch and shoot. 

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