Two of Team Trae Young’s most outstanding players have the special invitation to attend one of the most elite camps for high school hoopers: Damian Lillard’s Formula Zero Camp.
Kaden Cooper and Ja’Kobe Walter are among just 19 players selected to attend the invite-only event, which runs from August 3rd-7th.
These prospects have been selected to participate in Damien Lillard’s Formula Zero Camp in Portland, Oregon August 3-7th — college prospects also will be in attendance.
Ja’Kobe Walter, Dusty Stromer, Simeon Wilcher, David Castillo, B.J. Davis, and others headline the list. pic.twitter.com/YvImGjkvq5
— Samad Hines (@Samad_Hines) July 29, 2022
— Team Trae Young (@teamtraeyoungmb) July 28, 2022
— The-Skill-Factory Prep High School (@TSFPrepHS) August 4, 2022
What is Formula Zero?
After one day here, this is how I'd define it:
A community (not a camp) of like-minded basketball people using "The Formula," which emphasizes character, work ethic, and accountability to maximize their potential.
Stay tuned. pic.twitter.com/F3LOvg71Sg
— Matt Babcock (@MattBabcock11) August 4, 2022
— Formula Zero (@frmlazro) August 4, 2022
It’s no secret that Ja’Kobe and Kaden are among the best in the nation for the Class of 2023.
A new ranking from On3Recruits has both players in the Top 50 in their class with Walter listed at No. 13 in the country and Cooper at No. 43.
— George Clay (@boogclay) August 1, 2022
Both players are buoyed by an outstanding summer in their final 3SSB Circuit for TTY. Stats recently compiled by Synergy stats showed that Ja’Kobe was one of the most efficient scorers on The Circuit.
— Synergy Basketball (@SynergySST) August 4, 2022
Ja’Kobe is committed to play for Baylor at the next level, a commitment he announced in June, but Kaden is still considering all of his options. He recently narrowed his list down to 10 schools. Among them are Kansas, Kansas State, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Texas, Alabama, LSU, Gonzaga, Memphis and Georgia Tech.
He recently discussed his recruitment and some of the aforementioned schools with On3. Check the article out here.