Bloomington – Four players from Culver Academy are among those expected in town this weekend for Indiana's Elite Camp.
Travis Britt, Wells Davis, Cheir Ajou and Jermaine Myers are the quartet from the northern Indiana boarding school that are expected to be on hand for the camp, which will be held on Saturday at Assembly Hall.
Britt is a 6-3, 175-pounder from the 2012 class that plays alongside the likes of D'Vauntes Smith-Rivera, Obij Aget and Peter Jurkin on the Team Indiana Elite 2012 team that was among the nation's best in their age division. Britt is a combo guard with an excellent frame that plays a complementary role on the team and is drawing recruiting attention from several schools. He averaged 10.4 points per game last season at Culver.
Ajou, meanwhile, is a 7-footer from the 2011 class that has already been offered by New Mexico. A native of the Sudan who is part of Mark Adams' A-Hope Foundation, Ajou plays for Adams on his Team Indiana Elite 2011 squad. He started out at Central Park Christian School in Birmingham, Ala., but will suit up this year for Culver.
Davis and Myers, meanwhile, were the top two scorers at Culver last season. Myers is a 2012 prospect, standing 6'0" and coming off a solid debut season as he averaged 13.7 points per game on a team that went 16-6. Wells is a 6'5" 2011 prospect that led the team in scoring (15.3) last season. Davis capped his season with a 21-point, seven-rebound effort in Culver's sectional loss to eighth-ranked Rochester.
Culver Quartet Expected For Elite Camp
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