In addition to the standouts, there were plenty of other players making a big name for themselves. Here are several from both the 2025 and 2026 that impressed throughout the Futures Camp.

Collin Clark – 2025 – G/F – Yanders Law

One of the higher upside players of the entire event. Even at 6’7” with good length, Clark has a well-rounded skill set and knows how to play. He is comfortable with the ball in his hands with tight handle and good vision to make plays for himself and teammates. Plus, Clark has a smooth jumper from the outside hitting sixty percent of his three-point attempts. 

Tegen Curley – 2025 – SG – Yanders Law

A long and athletic 6’6” wing guard with a nice all-around game, Curley shined at the Futures Camp. With all his physical tools and energetic play, Curley is a very tough defender who was able to match up with anyone at the camp. He has the quickness and agility out on the perimeter but the size to also defend forwards. Offensively, he already shows good perimeter skills handling the ball and was at his best in space attacking the basket. 

Vaughn Karvala – 2026 – G – Phenom University

Possibly the most versatile player of the event, Karvala was doing it all. A guard with plenty of size at 6’4”, Karvala was scoring, facilitating, rebounding, and defending all at a high level. With his blend of size and skills, he was able to do a bit of everything on the floor. Not only can he handle the ball and create for himself and others, but he shot it well from the outside spotting up. He ranked as one of the top scorers and rebounds of the camp but was also one of the better perimeter defenders too.  

Kenan Pekovic – 2026 – F – Illinois Central Elite

After earning first team on the GNBA Association this year, Pekovic was one of the top forwards here. The freshman was the third leading of the 2026 group with 15 points per game. He is a tough and lengthy forward who did most of his scoring going to the bucket on drives and cuts. While he can hit the three and score inside Pekovic impressed the most with his moves off the dribble attacking and ability to finish in traffic using his length. 

Ian Thomas – 2026 – PG – MidPro South 

After a very impressive grassroots season with MidPro South, Thomas had another tremendous performance at the Futures Camp. A tough point guard who excels with the ball in his hands playing on the attack. He is always looking to get deep into the defense playing through contact, to create for himself and his teammates. As well to scoring the ball efficiently, Thomas also led the 2026 group in assists. He showed a great ability to see the floor and make plays ahead of the defense constantly finding the open man after drawing help defenders.