WCE Elite 100 Top 40 Rankings

Scottie Lewis (left) and Nico Mannion were the top two overall performers at the West Coast Elite Basketball Elite 100 Camp. Lewis dominated with his athletic skill package and Mannion was a standout in the Top 20 All-Star Game with 15 points, 9 assists and 3 steals. Photo: Ronnie Flores

We evaluated all the sessions of the 2017 West Coast Elite Basketball Elite 100 Camp at Pomona Pitzer College (Claremont, Calif.) over the weekend and broke down our notes and evaluations to rank the top 40 players in attendance. 

The following rankings are based on evaluations from all the sessions of the 2017 WCE Elite 100 Camp, not just the camp’s All-Star games. The rankings are based on performance at the camp only, not on performance combined with previous honors, national or state ranking. Some players did not play in every session of the camp and in some instances, but not all, that changed that particular player’s ranking. This camp contained high major talent at the top and a large range of skill level.  With the vast amount of players in a similar range, there ultimately are some deserving players who just missed the Top 40 that would be in another evaluators’ list based on which game one focused on among the three playing courts. Our evaluations are based on all-around performance within the context of winning basketball. Special thanks to Jerina Madayag of PremierBall.com and Clark Francis of the Hoop Scoop for their input with this list.

No.PlayerClassHTPOSSchool
1Scottie Lewis20196'5FRanney School (Tinton Falls, NJ)
2Nico Mannion20206'2GPinnacle (Scottsdale, AZ)
3Jaime Jaquez Jr.20196'6FCamarillo (CA)
4Jalen Green20206'5GSan Joaquin Memorial (Fresno, CA)
5Miles Norris20186'9FHelix (La Mesa, CA)
6Josh Green20196'6GHillcrest Academy (Phoenix, AZ)
7Deon Stroud20196'5FTrinity International (Las Vegas)
8Bryan Antoine20196'5GRanney School (Tinton Falls, NJ)
9Trevante Anderson20186'2GLincoln (Tacoma, WA)
10Jon'il Fugett20186'0GWashington (Denver, CO)
11Majok Deng20196'5FSalpointe Catholic (Tuscon, AZ)
12Riley Battin20186'8FOak Park (CA)
13Trey Anderson20186'7FMater Dei (Chula Vista, CA)
14Maka Ellis20186'5GSierra Vista (Las Vegas)
15Richard Springs20206'8FBishop Loughlin (Brooklyn, NY)
16Elijah Pepper20196'2GSelah (WA)
17Julian Rishwain20196'4GNotre Dame (Sherman Oaks, CA)
18Savior Akuwovo20186'9CRanney School (Tinton Falls, NJ)
19Trey Patterson20216'8FRutgers Prep (Somerset, NJ)
20Trey Woodbury20186'5FClark (Las Vegas)
21Jayden Schakelford20196'2GOaks Hills (Hesperia, CA)
22Erik Stevenson20186'4GTimberline (Lacey, WA)
23Lamont Butler20205'10GPoly (Riverside, CA)
24Nakial Cross20206'7FThe Bishop's School (La Jolla, CA)
25Jalen Gaffney20196'3GWesttown School (West Chester, PA)
26Daxton Carr20186'7FHighland (Pocatello, ID)
27Michael Frazier20186'9CEast (Salt Lake City, UT)
28Ryan Turell20186'5GValley Torah (Valley Village, CA)
29Luis Rodriguez20186'5FWoodstock Academy (Woodstock, CT)
30Clark Slajchert20205'11GOak Park (CA)
31Dennis Rodman Jr.20196'4GCorona Del Mar (Newport Beach, CA)
32Daishen Nix20206'3GTrinity International (Las Vegas)
33Garrett Pascoe20186'3GClayton Valley (Concord, CA)
34Cortez Marion-Holmes20196'4GNorthside Christian Academy (Charlotte, NC)
35Wes Slajchert20186'4GOak Park (CA)
36Jaxon Edelmayer20176'3GMadison (Rexburg, ID)
37Chase Drew20196'5FGilman School (Baltimore, MD)
38Nic Lynch20186'10CSeattle Prep (Seattle, WA)
39Malik Thomas20216'3GDamien (La Verne, CA)
40Aidan Mahaney20225'10GDorris-Eaton MS (San Ramon, CA)

Ronnie Flores is the Publisher and Editor of GrassrootsHoops.net. He can be reached at ronlocc1977@yahoo.com. Don’t forget to follow him on Twitter: @RonMFlores


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