Expected from the high school class of 2022 are: Dylan Anderson (Perry H.S./Chandler, Ariz.), Emoni Bates (Lincoln H.S./Ypsilanti, Mich.), Jaden Bradley (Cannon School/Concord, N.C.), Jameel Brown (Haverford H.S./Philadelphia, Pa.), Andre Casey Jr. (Simeon Career Academy/Tinley Park, Ill.), De’Vontes Cobbs (Shadow Mountain H.S./Buckeye, Ariz.), Jalen Drane (Simeon Career Academy/Chicago, Ill.), Jalen Duren (Roman Catholic H.S., Pa./New Castle, Del.), Gregg Glenn III (Renaissance Charter School/Pompano Beach, Fla.), DeMari Henderson (Sanford H.S./Sanford, Fla.), Ja’Cari Henderson (Sanford H.S./Sanford, Fla.), Trejuan Holloman (Cretin Derham Hall H.S./South St. Paul, Minn.), Jalen Hood-Schifino (Northside Christian Academy/Charlotte, N.C.), Jett Howard (University School/Miami, Fla.), Dilon Hunter (Westlake H.S./Atlanta, Ga.), Richard Isaacs Jr. (Coronado H.S./Las Vegas, Nev.), Kamari Lands (La Lumiere School/Indianapolis, Ind.), Tamin Lipsey (Ames H.S./Ames, Iowa), Chris Livingston (Buchtel H.S./Akron, Ohio), Mark Mitchell Jr. (Immaculate Catholic School/Lansing, Kan.), Shy Odom (Beaver Country Day/Roxbury, Mass.), Marquise “MJ” Rice (Durham Academy/Creedmore, N.C.), Ty Rogers (Grand Blanc H.S./Saginaw, Mich.), Jonathan Starling (Baldwinsville H.S./Baldwinsville, N.Y.), Jarace Walker (IMG Academy, Fla./New Freedom, Pa.), Dariq Whitehead (Montverde Academy, Fla./Newark, N.J.), Justice Williams (Roman Catholic H.S./Philadelphia, Pa.) and Kijani Wright (Windward School/Los Angeles, Calif.).
Below you’ll find the 87-player roster for USA Basketball’s expanded October 5–7 junior national team minicamp, spanning high school classes of ‘19, ‘20, ‘21 and ‘22. This is the first camp under new USA/NBA/NBPA/NCAA collaboration, with another to follow at the Final Four. pic.twitter.com/2yl2Fyzmkm— Jeremy Woo (@JeremyWoo) September 12, 2018