Antonio Curro, who is the Editor & Publisher of the NY2LASports.com web site, is really excited about all of the events that he has planned for this spring and summer in Milwaukee.
The first one was the Swish & Dish, which took place in early April.
Also on the schedule are the NY2LA.com Invitational, which will be held in Milwaukee on May 21st-23rd; the Generation Next All-Star Camp, which will be held at the M.S.O.E Kern Center in Milwaukee on June 18th-20th; NY2LA.com Futures Camp, which will be held at the M.S.O.E Kern Center in Milwaukee on July 2nd-3rd; the Next Level Invitational, which will be held at Homestead High School in Milwaukee on July 6th-9th; and the NY2LASports.com Summer Jam, which will be held at Homestead High School in Milwaukee on July 12th-15th.
Curro also makes note of the fact that all of the games in the last two aforementioned events will be held at one facility and he expects the NY2LASports.com Summer Jam to be one of the top events of the entire summer. The Generation Next All-Star Camp will feature many of the top middle school players in the Midwest. The NY2LA.com Futures Camp will feature a lot of the top players in the rising sophomore and junior classes in the Midwest.
Curro also tells us that the hottest prospect in his backyard right now is 6-foot-6 junior Paul Jesperson from Merrill (H.S.) WI. "This long wiry sharpshooter is out of the same mold as N.C. State's Scott Wood," says Curro. "Another player to keep an eye on is Max Biefeldt. This 6-8 junior power forward is a lot like Notre Dame's Luke Harangody at the same stage."