Major talent on Arizona State campus for Bobby Hurley Elite Camp

Sun Devils' coach Bobby Hurley has number of his priority recruiting targets in Tempe this weekend.

It's been eight summers since Arizona State held an Elite Camp on its campus but Bobby Hurley is bringing it back in a big way this weekend. 

In his second year in Tempe Hurley's Sun Devils will host a slew of well known recruits from across the country for Saturday's camp. The list includes four-star 2017 ASU point guard commit Remy Martin from Sierra Canyon High School in Sierra Canyon, California. 

An important handful of the 2017 prospects who will attend have an ASU scholarship offer. Here's a look at some of the top targets in Tempe. 

Remy Martin -- A 6-foot-0, 170 pound point guard ranked No. 3 at the position in the West and No. 2 in California in 2017, this will be at least the third time Martin has been on ASU's campus in the last year. He committed to ASU in June over reported offers from Connecticut, Georgetown, Kansas, Marquette and North Carolina State.

Alex Reese -- Ranked No. 46 overall and the No. 1 power forward prospect in the South in 2017, the 6-foot-9 Reese is from Pelham, Alabama. After an impressive summer with Team Carroll Reese cut his college list to five schools: ASU, Alabama, Cincinnati, Georgia and UAB.

Garrison Brooks -- A four-star, 6-foot-9, 230 pound center from Auburn, Alabama, Brooks is the No. 9 ranked prospect at the position in the South in 2017. Brooks told us recently he expects to have a Top-7 list in September and ASU will make the cut along with Georgia and Texas A&M. He's also looking at Alabama, Auburn, Georgia Tech, Mississippi State, Vanderbilt on others. 

Jordan Usher -- The Sun Devils are leading for the services of Usher, a 6-foot-6 wing forward from Sequoyah High School in Canton, Georgia. The relationships Usher has established with ASU coaches is the cited difference-maker in Usher's recruitment, which features USC as another serious consideration. Nebraska and Ole Miss are other high major offers. 

Kimani Lawrence -- One of the Northeast's top wings, Lawrence plays at the New Hampton School in New Hampton, New Hampshire. He was on one of the most talented teams of the summer in the Fab48 in Las Vegas late last month with Expressions Elite. Lawrence is the No. 63 overall prospect in 2017 and No. 17 small forward. Lawrence is primarily looking at ASU, Creighton, Marquette, Texas and USC.

Tyler Bey -- A Los Angeles Middlebrooks Academy standout who played well for the Las Vegas Knicks in AAU ball, Bey is the No. 28 ranked small forward in the country. ASU, Colorado, Fresno State, San Diego State and Wyoming comprise Bey's recently released Top-5. 

ASU has offered all of the aforementioned prospects. Brooks, Reese and Usher are friends from the adidas grassroots basketball and have talked on social media about the possibility of playing together in college, with the Sun Devils a serious consideration. 

Some very talented younger players will also attend Saturday's camp at ASU.

Jules Bernard -- Ranked No. 39 overall and the No. 5 shooting guard in the 2018 class, Bernard is an elite recruit who plays for the Compton Magic and attends Windward Prep in Los Angeles. Stanford, UCLA and USC are also involved at a high level. 

Timmy Allen -- A Mesa, Desert Ridge player who is also with the Compton Magic in spring and summer ball, Allen received an early scholarship offer from Hurley and the Sun Devils last year as a sophomore. He's a prolific scorer in the Arizona prep landscape as a 6-foot-5 wing forward. 

David Singleton -- One of the top wings in the West in 2018, Singleton is the No. 63 overall recruit in the class and No. 3 shooting guard at 6-foot-4 and 180 pounds. He attends Bishop Montgomery High in Torrance, California. 

Phoenix Pinnacle High freshman-to-be Nico Mannion is also expected to attend. ASU offered Mannion, a versatile 6-foot-1 guard, before he'd even attended his first high school class. 


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