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Notre Dame men’s basketball Team Camp: What you need to know

IMG_7504by:Jack Soble06/12/24

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Notre Dame is holding a high school boys basketball Team Camp Thursday, and three of its top in-state class of 2025 targets are scheduled to attend.

Starting at 11 a.m. ET, the Irish will host 17 games across three different venues (Purcell Pavilion, Rolfs Athletics Hall and The Pit). Twelve high schools will compete in those games, mostly from Indiana but also from Illinois, Kentucky and Ohio.

In addition to the three major targets, two nationally ranked players with significant high-major interest will attend as well. BlueandGold.com will have coverage throughout the day as the Irish kick off a critical summer for the future of head coach Micah Shrewsberry’s program.

Here’s everything you know about the Team Camp.

Notre Dame class of 2025 targets scheduled to attend

Lincoln City (Ind.) Heritage Hills forward Trent Sisley

On3 Industry Ranking: No. 74 player, No. 16 power forward
Height/weight: 6-foot-7, 200 pounds
Top contenders: Iowa, Indiana, Purdue, Michigan State

Notre Dame covets Sisley, as both Shrewsberry and assistant coach Ryan Owens watched him play on separate occasions in February. He can do it all, whether it be winning in the post, shooting the 3 and running the floor as the floor as a lead guard in transition.

Greenfield (Ind.) Central guard Braylon Mullins

On3 Industry Ranking: No. 81 player, No. 17 shooting guard
Height/weight: 6-foot-4, 180 pounds
Top contenders: Indiana, Butler, Iowa, Michigan

Mullins is on On3 outlier. He’s the No. 34 player and No. 9 shooting guard in the On3 150, and while Indiana might be tough to beat here, the Irish won’t go down without a fight. Neither will teams like Kansas, North Carolina and Purdue, who offered him after a standout spring. He can shoot the basketball as well as nearly anyone in his class.

Indianapolis Lawrence North guard Azavier Robinson

On3 Industry Ranking: No. 88 player, No. 15 point guard
Height/weight: 6-foot-1, 180 pounds
Top contenders: Indiana, Xavier, Ohio State

Robinson is a smaller point guard who can finish near the rim with crafty moves off two feet. Does that sound familiar? It should. He can also blow by defenders with his speed and has impressive leaping ability.

Other top recruits scheduled to attend

Class of 2025: Indianapolis Crispus Attucks forward Dezmon Briscoe

Briscoe, the No. 157 player in the On3 Industry Ranking, does not have a Notre Dame offer. But high-major teams involved in his recruitment include Butler, West Virginia, Cincinnati, Iowa, DePaul and Xavier. The Musketeers were the latest team to offer the 6-foot-8, 200-pound power forward, doing so June 8.

Class of 2026: South Bend Washington guard Steven Reynolds

A somewhat taller point guard at 6-foot-4, Reynolds is the No. 48 player in the 2026 On3 Industry Ranking. On3 itself has him just inside the top 40. The local product has offers from in-state powerhouses Indiana and Purdue, but not Notre Dame quite yet.

All high schools in attendance

The following 12 high schools, mostly from Indiana but spread across four states, are scheduled to attend Thursday’s Team Camp.

From Indiana:

  • South Bend Washington
  • South Bend St. Joseph
  • Indianapolis Fishers
  • Indianapolis Lawrence North
  • Indianapolis Crispus Attucks
  • Lincoln City Heritage Hills
  • Greenfield Central
  • Plainfield High

From Illinois:

  • Lisle Benet Academy
  • Wilmette Loyola Academy

From Kentucky:

  • Louisville St. Xavier

From Ohio:

  • Cincinnati Winton Woods

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