The annual invite-only Coach Wootten Top 150 Basketball Camp this weekend in Mansfield, Texas featured members of both the Bradley Beal Elite Boys and Girls programs.
All told, five BBE standouts were in attendance including, from the girls Amiah Hargrove (2024) and Chantrel Clayton (2024), and from the boys, Layden Blocker (2023), Landren Blocker (2024) and Nicholas Randall (2025)
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In particular, Landren caught the eye of many in attendance, including Brandon Jenkins of 247 Sports, who chose Landren as the most impressive underclassmen at the camp.
“It just always seemed as if Landren Blocker was at the right place at the right time. The brother of Arkansas pledge Layden Blocker, Landren was the king of making something happen above the rim this weekend. He got out on the break and had a few highlight finishes that certainly drew the attention of spectators in attendance. His athleticism and strong build allow him to be effective on the defensive side of the ball and to compete with taller physical opponents on the glass. Whether it was in transition, on defense, or in a fifty-fifty scenario, Blocker’s nose for the ball was constantly on display.”
Landren also made ESPN Recruiting Analyst Paul Biancardi’s list of Prospects to Watch coming out of the camp.
— Paul Biancardi (@PaulBiancardi) October 6, 2022