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Future stars shine at Real Scout

The three-day Real Scout Top 100 Middle School Camp concluded at Brooklyn, NY's Hoopland on Sunday with an All-Star contest, showcasing a number of top prospects in the incoming freshman Class of 2012.
Emmanuel Brown, who is headed to Thurgood Marshall HS this fall, topped all scorers with 24 points while leading his team to a 93-83 victory. Brown got scoring support from Tariq Carey (Newark Eastside HS) and eighth-grader Jason Boswell with 18 points apiece, while Nkereuwem Okoro (St. Raymond's HS)added 14 points and 12 rebounds.
The losing side placed four scorers in double figures: Joel Angus (Loughlin HS) with 17 points, Rudolph Collins (Forest Hills HS) with 16, Trey Dickerson (Christ the King HS) with 12 points and Myron Hickman (St. Raymond's HS) with 10 points.
Other Class of 2012 standouts in the camp were Jamel Torrence (Thurgood Marshall HS), Daijan Palmer (Bishop Loughlin HS), George Davis (Molloy HS), Tarik Smith, and Daniel Dingle (St. Raymond's HS).
Promising eighth-grader Malik Harmon crossed the line first in the speed dribbling contest, while Tarik Smith emerged as the winner of three-point shootout. First-round leader George Davis, who was 12-for-12 yesterday, could not find his rhythm and failed to reach the semifinal round.
The morning session included a lecture and ball handling clinic by Cardozo HS Coach Ron Naclerio and a surprise visit from Lincoln HS standout Lance Stephenson. After an extensive Q-and-A session, Stephenson got in a couple of one-on-one contests before departing.
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