Tony Neysmith, whom the Red Storm has offered, was in town. Neysmith's father and AAU coach, has family in the area and tied in a trip while the camp was taking place.
" Yesterday was the last day," Horace Neysmith said. "They had the past players play against the current campers after camp. Felipe Lopez was there. It was pretty good."
Red Storm Commit Justin Burrell
The Red Storm also had underclassmen on campus. Top 10 prospect Semardo Samuels made another visit to headquarters. A day after camp ended, underclassman John Edwards made an unofficial visit and he was joined by senior target Malik Boothe, Christ The King's point guard.
The visit was a chance for Neysmith to see what St. John's has to offer. His father was impressed. "They offered Tony so they're extremely high on him. They're looking to bring another guy in. I've known Norm for many years. I think it's a good situation there and we're going to take a look at a few other schools. St. John's is definitely a good situation."