2029 Top 5 Standouts from B2BN All-American Camp

Lawrenceville, GA – Born to Ball Nation hosted their annual Born to ball Nation All-American Camp at Central Gwinnett High School featuring players from the classes of 2028-2033 from across the southeast. Several players stood out during the camp and made it on to the All-Star Team in each class. This series will feature the top 5 standouts from the classes of 2028-2031 who stood out both days during the camp overall.

By: Jennifer Brazelton



2029 | Aiden Goode


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The lefty, Aiden Goode, quickly showed his game with his craftiness, quickness, and, high understanding for the game. Goode has a high clip from deep and is able to make needle thin passes off the bounce to teammates for a bucket. Goode is able to create his own shot in minimal space and finishes well around the basket with both hands.


2029 | Elijah Ross


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Elijah Ross stood out quickly in his class with his ability to score in bunches on the floor. Ross is constantly looking up to the rim, finding the best ways to score from taking it himself or a quick dive pass inside. Ross’ dominate left hand is able to help get him past defenders quickly and connected on several floaters within ten feet of the basket.


2029 | Jacori Thompson


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Jacori Thompson is a long wing that can play inside or outside. Thompson has the handles and range of a guard, and can easily get inside to clean up missed shots or drive to the basket and finish through contact. Thompson has no problem taking the ball up the court himself and playing fast, pushing the ball up or finding the outlet in transition. Thompson will be a prospect to watch over the next few years as he’s quite developed for such a young player.


2029 | Treu Taylor


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Treu Taylor is a highly confident guard that can quickly get past defenders with his handles. Taylor showed he could score the ball in a variety of ways in 5 on 5 play and was confident taking the lead spot and finding open teammates. Taylor has a high IQ and as his game continues to develop over the years will be a player to keep an eye on at the high school level.


2029 | Alijah Nelson


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Alijah Nelson came home from the B2BN All-American Camp with the 3-point competition trophy. Nelson did well both days on 5 v 5 action scoring the ball from outside. Nelson has a high clip from deep and was able to rack up points with quick 3’s throughout.


After serving on college coaching staffs and working at several universities in the Southeast, Jennifer Brazelton joined On the Radar Hoops as a National Evaluator in April 2022. She has been involved in the Georgia basketball community since 2015 and can be reached at JenniferRBrazelton@gmail.com or on Twitter @jenbrazeIton.