PrimeTime 40 Showcase returns Saturday, featuring top Pacific Northwest high school basketball prospects. Who will be there?

PORTLAND, Ore. — One of the top grassroots basketball camps in the Pacific Northwest is returning to Gresham High School for its fifth installment on Saturday.

The PrimeTime 40 Showcase powered by Pro Insight, a daylong invite-only camp that pits some of the region’s top high school boys basketball prospects against one another in front of college coaches and media, will feature athletes from Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Hawaii and Utah.

The event did not take place in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

It was started by Portland-based event organizer PrimeTime Sports in 2015 and headlined Boston Celtics and former University of Oregon guard Payton Pritchard, then a standout at West Linn (Ore.), in an effort to spotlight the potentially under-recruited basketball talent across the state of Oregon.

It’s grown in the years since, with many players from past events have going on to play in college, such as consensus five-star 2021 center Nathan Bittle (Oregon), four-star 2021 wing Shane Nowell (Arizona), five-star guard Nolan Hickman (Gonzaga), four-star center Kaden Perry (Gonzaga), Oregon State’s Zach Reichle and former standout Jefferson (Ore.) guard Marcus Tsohonis (Virginia Commonwealth).

The event will be live-streamed.

Here are the 41 players attending in 2021:

Jersey No.NameHeightSchoolClass
#0Blake Buchanan6’10Lake City HS (ID)2023
#1Esyah Pippa-White6’1Gresham HS (OR)2023
#2Winters Grady6’6Lake Oswego HS (OR)2025
#3Terrence Hill6’2Roosevelt HS (OR)2024
#4Kavon Bradford6’2Benson HS (OR)2023
#5Tyler Curvy5’10Jesuit HS (OR)2024
#6Austin Maurer6’11Cascade Christian HS (OR)2024
#7Christian Rowell6’7Lake Oswego HS (OR)2022
#8Jalen Atkins6’1Barlow HS (OR)2025
#9Luke Johnson6’8Central Catholic HS (OR)2022
#10Jacob Cofie6’8Eastside Catholic HS (WA)2024
#11JJ Mandaquit6’1Iolani HS (HI)2025
#12Jared Sucher6’3Sherwood HS (OR)2023
#13Legend Smiley6’2Garfield HS (WA)2025
#14Jalen Childs6’3Sunset HS (OR)2023
#15Utrillo Morris5’8Roosevelt HS (OR)2024
#16Malik Brown6’0Tigard HS (OR)2023
#17Malachi Seely-Roberts6’8Lincoln HS (OR)2023
#18Koren Johnson6’1Wasatch Academy (UT)2022
#19Adrian Mosley6’2Grant HS (OR)2023
#20Brooklyn Hicks6’3Timberline HS (WA)2023
#21Beckett Currie5’11Camas HS (WA)2025
#22Jaylin Stewart6’7Garfield HS (WA)2023
#23Isaiah Watts6’3West Seattle HS (WA)2022
#24Tre Blassingame6’5Auburn HS (WA)2022
#25Marley Zeller6’4Central Catholic HS (OR)2024
#26Kalim Brown6’0Tigard HS (OR)2023
#27Julian Mora6’0Summit HS (OR)2023
#28Mason Williams6’3O’Dea HS (WA)2023
#29Zoom Diallo6’4Curtis HS (WA)2024
#30Donatello Tupper6’5Roosevelt HS (OR)2022
#31Cayden McDaniel6’3Wilson HS (WA)2023
#32Rayzhon Bergersen6’2Ferris HS (WA)2023
#33Jaden Steppe6’7Tualatin HS (OR)2024
#34Miles Goodman6’9O’Dea HS (WA)2024
#35Isaac Carr6’3Central Catholic HS (OR)2025
#36Brayden Boe6’3Mountainside HS (OR)2025
#37Scotty Riddle6’0Gresham HS (OR)2023
#38Devon Malcolm6’4South Medford HS (OR)2022
#39Moroni Seely-Roberts6’6Lincoln HS (OR)2023
#43Isiah Harwell6’5Century HS (ID)2025

Here are the coaches participating:

Marshall Cho, Lake Oswego (Ore.)

Will Hall, Grind Time Sports

Kevin McShane, Jesuit (Ore.)

Manny Melo, Prairie (Wash.)

Cameron Mitchell, Clackamas

J.S. Nash, Oregon Basketball Club

Rob Smaller, Lake Oswego (Ore.)

Markhuri Sanders-Frison, current overseas pro

Rahim Tufts, Sherwood (Ore.)

Mike Wolf, Westview (Ore.)

(Lead photo by Vince Miller)

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