Iowa 2018 commit Joe Wieskamp has put together an Iowa High School Hall of Fame resume in just three years at Muscatine, and he is on a pace to be the all-time leading scorer in Iowa Class 4A history.
He is now adding to his national resume and turning some heads at some elite basketball camps:
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The Top 100 Camp is THE camp for the nation’s elite players and has been for years. This, from their website:
“For over 20 years, the Top 100 Camp has been more than basketball. Character, Education and Skill Development are emphasized as the core principles necessary to maximize potential. The Top 100 Camp provides an experience of a lifetime as campers are able to work with and learn from – current and former NBA Players. The level of competition, skills development, and learning sessions has been unparalleled in laying the foundation for success both on and off the court for these young men that have participated in the Top 100 Camp.”
As you can see from the embedded tweet, Wieskamp’s ranking is #3 for his position group and also #20 overall for all position groups and #13 among juniors.
He ranks just ahead of super sophomore Cassius Stanley, who is ESPN’s #1 rated wing/forward in the 2019 class and California’s #2 player for that class. He ranks ahead of fellow junior Cole Swider, who has an offer from Duke and others. He ranks ahead of Louis King, whom ESPN has ranked inside its Top 40. He ranks ahead of Keldon Johnson, whom ESPN has at #18 for the 2018 class, as well as #17 Antwan Jones.
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ESPN ranks Wieskamp at #44 for the Class of 2018. He can sign a binding letter of intent with Iowa in November of 2017.
Scout.com recently released new basketball rankings and they have Iowa Class of 2019 forward Patrick McCaffery ranked as the 39th best player in the nation.