Damon Harge vs Jashaun Agosto was the most highly anticipated match up at the 2014 John Lucas Midwest Camp. Jashaun Agosto and Damon Harge went head to head in a battle that many have wanted to see for years, but thought may never happen because of the two grade gap between the two (Jashaun is Class of 2016 and Damon is Class of 2018). Jashaun Agosto who is a veteran at Lucas Camps showed his ridiculous speed and scoring ability. Damon Harge who was at his first Lucas Camp, showed his play making ability and used his crafty handles to rise to the level of competition. In a camp full of older, taller players all eyes were on two floor generals who didn’t disappoint when the lights shined brightest on the two of them.
Damon Harge attended his first John Lucas Camp this weekend where he played with and against some of the top players in the country. Damon Harge put on a show and distributed the ball very well, finding open teammates throughout the weekend. The Class of 2018 point guard is known for his ball handling and scoring ability but after a weekend at John Lucas Camp he showed that he is a true floor general who can score when his team needs him to get buckets.
Check out former Kansas Teammates and now NBA Draft Picks: Andrew Wiggins (#1 Overall Pick) and Joel Embiid (#3 Overall Pick) in High School at the Beast Athletic Shootout. Embiid scored 17 points and was named MVP as his team The Rock defeated Wiggins and Huntington Prep 55-44. Wiggins finished with 16 points.
Forty-eight of the nation’s top high school aged basketball players gathered in Colorado Springs, Colorado, for the 6th annual USA Basketball Men’s Junior National Team mini-camp on Oct. 4-5 – check the highlights, led by Stephen Zimmerman who was dunking everything
Damon Harge went into the AAU circuit with something to prove. Despite playing high school basketball for the third straight season and winning a state championship as Orlando Christian Prep’s starting point guard, Damon Harge made it his mission to play against the best players in the country on the circuit.
After a great showing at the prestigious CP3 Rising Stars Camp where Damon was selected to play in the Dunk Dog All American Game many were convinced that Damon Harge is worthy of the hype and rankings he has received.
Video from our guys at City League Hoops.
A little early for a throwback, but this one was too good to wait. Check out a 14 year old Lance Stephenson taking it to OJ Mayo at an ABCD camp back in the day. Mayo, a good few years older, refused to take it and ended up giving it to him.