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Marquee Hoops 'Make Your Marq' Camp: 2025 Guard Standouts

By Eric Hampford, 10/21/20, 3:30PM CDT

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Alex Lloyd made an enormous splash at 'Make Your Marq' Camp

Marquee Hoops 'Make Your Marq' Camp: 2025 Guard Standouts

 Alex Lloyd
Hometown: Miami, FL
Class: 2025
Height: 6'2"
Position: Wing Guard

-- There wasn't a more impressive prospect and producer throughout the weekend than the lengthy guard. He can score from all three levels and is a fluid player with considerable upside. Playing with Nightrydas Elite, expect him to be a major impact player throughout the upcoming MADE Hoops East Coast Winter Circuit.

Jaden Nickens
HometownOklahoma City, OK
Class2025
Height6'2"
PositionG

-- Having a national reputation for the past few years, the 6'2" guard has done a good job of navigating the hype to this point. At camp, he showed ability to score with ease in both half court and transition settings, and he has an impressive feel for the game. 

Judah Hidalgo
HometownPennsauken, NJ
Class2025
Height6'3"
Position: Wing Guard

-- One of the most talented guards in the country in the 2025 class, the 6'3" New Jersey native had many impressive moments throughout the camp. He's a three-level scorer with tremendous upside because of his natural gifts and work ethic. 

Solo Bailey
HometownTorrance, CA
Class2025
Height6'3"
Position: Wing Guard

-- Making the trip to camp from the West Coast, he didn't disappoint. A high level athlete who routinely already plays above the rim, he's a major problem playing downhill and in transition. He already possesses good size, so now it's all about brushing up on his perimeter skills.

Carmelo Swinson
HometownPortsmouth, VA
Class2025
Height: 6'0"
PositionG

-- He's one of the most skilled guards in the class, and uses his combination of skill and size to get where he wants to go on the court.  He's looking to build on a big 7th grade year and carry it over with Boo Williams Elite for the upcoming MADE Hoops East Coast Winter Circuit.

Tai Turnage
Hometown: Queens, NY
Class2025
Height: 5'8"
PositionPG

-- One of the younger prospects I've evaluated in the 2025 class, the 5'8" volume scorer is battled tested, playing for a powerful Gauchos group year-round, consistently providing impressive scoring outings. At Marquee Hoops Camp, he again showed that he's not only a scorer, but a leader who HATES to lose. 

Jaysean Williams
HometownBloomfield, CT
Class2025
Height5'5"
PositionPG

-- A shifty point guard, he doesn't lack confidence or ball skills. He was one of the most impressive 8th grade guards in the camp, and showed clutch ability winning a game for his team with an overtime three to close out camp. 

Darius Adams
HometownWhiting, NJ
Class2025
Height5'11"
Position: Wing Guard

-- I was very impressed by the emergence of the talented scorer at camp. He showed shot-making ability while also showing no problems creating for his teammates. Look for him to have a big winter with his NJ Shoreshots National group.

Jordan Ellerbee
HometownCherry Hill, NJ
Class2025
Height5'8"
PositionG

-- Coming off a MADE Hoops East Coast Winter Circuit with Team Jacko last year, the 5'8" combo guard is blooming into a talented perimeter prospect. He's smooth with the ball in his hands and shows natural scoring skills.

Michael Green
HometownPlymouth Meeting, PA
Class2025
Height5'8"
PositionG

-- Another player who landed on our radar after 'Make Your Marq' Camp was the smooth guard who had one of the most polished perimeter jumpers in the field of campers. Expect to hear a lot more about him going forward after what he showed this past weekend.

Josh Rice
HometownHampton, VA
Class2025
Height5'9"
PositionG

-- Just 13 years old, there were some nice flashes that he showed throughout the weekend. He's an unselfish guard who can play both on and off-the-ball. He's an unselfish offensive player who is trending in the right direction after his camp performance.

Jacob Meachem
HometownPottstown, PA
Class2025
Height5'6"
Position: PG

-- One of the most impactful guards in the camp, regardless of class, his basketball IQ, playmaking & scoring skills are impressive for a 2025 player. Playing under the Team Final umbrella, he's gearing up for a big East Coast Winter Circuit season.

Austin Spencer
HometownNorwood, NJ
Class2025
Height: 6'1"
Position: Wing Guard

-- Playing up an age group as a reserve for the New York Lightning in their MADE Hoops East Coast Winter Circuit championship run, it's time for the talented scorer to take things to another level this winter. He showed his scoring prowess at camp, and he's not short on confidence. 

Desmond Bellot Jr.
HometownQuincy, MA
Class2025
Height: 5'11"
PositionG

-- One of the most impressive shooters in the camp, he continues to make strides in his overall game. He's comfortable with the ball in his hands, but is just as a capable letting someone else run the show while he settles in as a wing scorer. 

Carey 'Deuce' Maxey II
HometownWillingboro, NJ
Class2025
Height6'0"
PositionG

-- Simply put, I really like the way he plays the game. He's an unselfish, versatile perimeter player who is capable of generating offense and fitting into a team construct, which is part of the reason why Team Final had such a strong 2025 group this year. 

Jordan Ghee
HometownTotowa, NJ
Class2025
Height6'0"
Position: Wing Guard

-- One of the most polished perimeter shooters in attendance, Jordan is steadily improving as an overall prospect. He shows a high IQ on the floor and usually makes the right reads, never forcing the issue. He has gotten stronger and is learning to embrace contact. 

Darren Bush Jr.
HometownCranford, NJ
Class2025
Height: 5'10"
PositionG

-- Production on both ends of the floor is what stood out about his game at camp. He's a reliable offensive weapon who doesn't have to be the #1 option in order to make things happen. He wants to win games, which is something I appreciated. 

Myles Blackley
HometownSummit, NJ
Class2025
Height5'10"
Position: Wing Guard

-- An extremely young 8th grader, I already had taken note of him based on his base set of skills to go along with his attention to detail in drill stations. He's on the right track in terms of a player who should continue to develop and start to produce at a higher level in the near future. 

Daveyon Lydner
Hometown: York, PA
Class: 2025
Height: 5'11"
Position: Wing Guard

-- Another pleasant surprise from the camp was the Central Pennsylvania product. He's still figuring out how to be productive on a game-to-game basis, but there's a lot to like with him as not only a player now, but a prospect for the future. 

Tyrone Beatty
HometownBethany, OK
Class2025
Height: 6'0"
PositionWing Guard

-- This kid competed at a high level throughout the weekend, especially on the defensive end. He routinely finished plays and treated every possession like it would result in a win or loss, which I loved. He's got a solid frame to build on, which is encouraging for the future. 

Justin Bethea
HometownPaterson, NJ
Class2025
Height: 5'10"
Position: Wing Guard

-- Another very young prospect for his class, he was one of the more physical guards at camp. The lefty was particularly productive around the basket and didn't shy away from using his frame to his advantage on both ends of the floor. 

Zyhir Fisher
HometownOklahoma City, OK
Class2025
Height5'9"
Position: G

-- Another talented two-way player, he made the most of his camp opportunity. He's a gifted playmaker with impressive instincts on the court. Above all else, he was fearless last weekend, taking on any and all challengers. 

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