The 2027 class at the Generation Next All-Star Camp truly impressed. The camp had a long list of players with a great deal of talent. While many players could have been selected for this All Camp Selections, here are the ten that had the best performance at the camp. 

Blake Basich – 2027 – Closed Gyms – G

A very skilled guard that was one of the top players at the camp. He is a quality playmaker that can both score and distribute the ball well. The young guard already shoots the ball extremely well from all over with great form on his jumper and can create his own shot. More than just a shooter Basich got into the paint well to create for himself and teammates. The guard has good feel and knows where to go with the ball. 

Dshaun Bolden – 2027 – IL Attack – G/F 

A high energy and versatile player that just did so much during the camp. Throughout his games Bolden was just all over the court making plays at a high rate. He is an explosive player that is very shifty with the ball with good quickness and excelled going to the basket. One of the better defenders at the camp who was able to matchup with both guards and forwards well. 

Edward Bullock III – 2027 – Chapman Basketball Academy – G/F 

The lengthy wing was one of the more versatile players at the camp. Whether it be attacking the basket, rebounding, playing with the ball, defending inside and out, distributing, Bullock was able to get it done. He has the skill set just to do anything on the floor and has an advanced IQ at a young age. 

Tayte Cordova – 2027 – IL Central Elite – G 

One of the top scorers of the camp scoring 20 points per game. Not only was he one of the best scorers, but he was also one of the most efficient, shooting a remarkable 77% from the field. Cordova has good handle and moves very well with the ball to go strong to the basket and get there often. He finishes it well around the paint but can also pull up for jumpers in the mid-range. He is a tough guard that is not only a skilled scorer but also defends the ball well. 

Jaxson Davis – 2027 – IL Central Elite – G 

The only way to describe Davis’ performance was pure dominance. Whether it was his shooting from the outside, attacking the basket, tough pressure defense, scoring in transition, hitting the glass, Davis got it done. His incredible stat line of 30 points, 6.5 steals, 6 rebounds, and 3 assists a game does not even show the impact he had in every aspect of the game. All of this led to Davis being named the MVP for the 2027 class. 

Max Jones – 2027 – GCG Milwaukee – G

At a young age the guard already has size at 6’1” as well to good strength. Not only can he simply overpower defenders to get to the basket, but he also has good handle and moves off the dribble to get there. One of the better drivers of the camp that just could not be stopped. As well, Jones contributed greatly with his ability to defend nearly anyone on the floor, good rebounding ability, and passing skills. 

Jack Kohnen – 2027 – Chapman Basketball Academy – G/F

The lengthy wing was one of the more versatile and impactful players at the camp. Kohnen flashed some great abilities during the camp. Whether it be grabbing 11 boards in a single game, shooting it a high percentage spotting up from three, distributing the ball, or tough on ball defense, Kohnen was able to do anything to help his team out on the floor. He plays well beyond his years and with all his contributions finds his way on to this list. 

Christian Miller – 2027 – JH1 Elite – F 

A very efficient forward who knows how to play. Miller has a nice well-rounded skill set and plays beyond his years with a high IQ on the floor. He scored it well getting to the basket as well as pulling up in the mid-range while shooting a staggering 83% from the field. Miller was also one of the better rebounders of the camp plus is an energetic defender inside and out. 

Trey Resch – 2027 – Chapman Elite – G

One of the top two-way guards of the camp. A skilled and versatile scorer that put up 17 points per game. A legitimate three-level scorer that uses his pure jumper and ability to create his own shot to get it done from the mid-range and three but also got to the basket well this all his moves. Defensively, he plays with great energy and constantly battles to defend the ball and lock down opposing guards. 

Edvardas Stasys – 2027 – Paradise Bball – F 

The wing forward was one of the top performers of the camp averaging 17 points 7.5 rebounds, and 1.5 blocks a game. He has tremendous moves off the dribble and just could not be stopped from getting to the basket and scoring. More than just a scorer, Stasys showed the ability to do anything he wanted on the floor with his high skill level.