15-man squad chosen for final Australian U19 Emus training camp

The Australian U19 Emus squad has been cut down to just 15 players entering the final training camp in May. The camp will run from May 25-28 at Basketball Australia's National Centre of Excellence, with the squad ultimately being cut down to 12 for the FIBA U19 World Championship in Heraklion, Greece next month.

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Australian U19 Emus May Training Camp Roster

George Blagojevic - VIC

Kyle Clark – TAS

Harry Froling – QLD

Deng Gak – NSW

Angus Glover – NSW

Jordan Hunter – NSW

Tanner Krebs – TAS

Geremy McKay - VIC

William McDowell-White – QLD

Jack McVeigh – QLD

Jock Perry – VIC

Rhys Vague – WA

Dejan Vasiljevic – VIC

Jack White – VIC

Tom Wilson – VIC

The new roster sees Matthew Kenyon, Jayden Hodgson and Matthew McCarthy cut from last month's training camp squad. The newest additions to the squad are new Eastern Washington transfer, Geremy McKay, as well as Hartford commit, George Blagojevic, who missed the first camp due to injury.

Louisville signee Deng Adel tells us that he won't be available for the campaign, rounding out the Australian talent based in the US who won't be participating.

The expectation is that there will be a final camp in the first week of June before departing for Spain on the 10th of June for a Pre-Worlds tour. The tour will consist of practice games in Spain and Croatia, before the team flies out to Heraklion, Greece on the 22nd of June for the World Championship.

The Australian U19 Emus will be in Group C at the event, going up against Canada, Italy and Tunisia in the group stage.