As well to the standouts, there was much more talent on display this past Sunday in Milwaukee at the Generation Next-All Star Camp, especially in this 2028 class. Here are six more players that had tremendous days for themselves on the hardwood. 

Izayah Cunningham – 2028 – PG – Geek Squad Elite

Cunningham is an energetic point guard that made plenty of plays in both of his game. On the defensive end, he was using his quickness to often get into ball handlers forcing plenty of turnovers. On the other end, he showed a good ability to get into the paint with his shifty moves and speed to create for himself and teammates as well as hit some shots from the outside. 

Jackson Golden – 2028 – F – MidPro Academy

With his great play in the paint on both ends of the floor, Golden was awarded the top big man honors. The 6’3” forward was one of the top rebounders of the camp going aggressively for every board. He used his strength and size effectively inside to overpower defenders and finish. Even will being a force inside, Golden also showed his well-rounded game and the ability to play out on the perimeter moving well at his size and handling the ball. 

Bryce Kobe – 2028 – PG – 94 Feet Elite

Kobe is an energetic guard with some size and a well-rounded game to win the coaches award of the camp. He is at his best with the ball in his hands going strong to the paint with his tight handle. He is a skilled passer that really looks to create for his teammates but also scored it well all around the paint. 

Emmett Munson – 2028 – F – Lakers

Right from the start of the event during drills, Munson stood out with everything he can do on the floor. He already has some size with good strength to go along with his skills. Munson showed a good ability to hit shots both off the catch and jumper, handle the ball, and play physical down in the paint. The forward is also a highly aggressive rebounder and was always playing with good energy. At the 2028 level, he already has a very nice combination of size and skill. 

Kayden Turner – 2028 – G – MidPro Academy

Over the past couple of years Turner has continued to take great strides in his game and has continued to impress each time I’ve seen him play this year. While still a year away from high school, the young guard already has an advanced offensive game. He moves very well with the ball plus has a smooth jumper off the dribble with range. Plus, he was getting all over the floor with the ball to score it effectively.  

Jaray Walker – 2028 – G – 94 Feet Elite

Walker is a lengthy guard that was one of the more impactful players of the camp. With his quickness and energy, he was all over the court making plays. A real standout on the defensive end using all these tools to be all over opposing guards and wings pressuring them. Walker also scored it effectively playing on the attack scoring around the paint as well as with a consistent pull up jumper.