Final: Montverde Academy 88 – Wasatch Academy 53


Liam McNeeley 21pts/ Cooper Flagg 19pts, 9rebs, 6asts/ Derik Queen 17pts, 8rebs, 2blks

Isiah Harwell 17pts/ John Mobley 11pts


2024 Cooper Flagg: The No. 1 player in the country showed why he is so highly regarded. The 6’9 wing can impact the game in so many ways. His fluidity, his feel, his IQ and vision, and his athleticism are all high-level, as the Duke commit can just do about everything on the court. Flagg is a natural three-level scorer, rising over defenders and scoring inside and out, but what impresses so much is his ability to make the “other” plays of competing on the boards, blocking/altering shots, and dishing them to his teammates with exceptional passes.

2024 Derik Queen: It has been fun watching Queen develop into the player he is today, as he has clearly planted himself as one of the top bigs in the country. It didn’t take long to see why when you watch this 6’10 big man operate. His feel and mobility at his size, showing strong footwork and feel, a good feel to get around defenders in the post, and is a strong finisher as well as bullying his way on the boards. His growth and feel for the game, as well as his overall movement on the court has improved over the years and it is paying off.

2024 Liam McNeeley: The Indiana commit was hitting and firing from all over the court, as he finished 8-for-9 from the court. The senior prospect continues to shine as one of the top shooters in the country for his class, getting to his spots, displaying a confident and smooth release, and being able to mix it up from multiple levels.  He led the charge in this one with 21 points.

2025 Isiah Harwell: One of the top players in the country for his class, Harwell started slow but got going throughout the game with 17 points. Watching Harwell, he is such an intriguing scoring prospect who can fill it up, using his 6’6 frame well and to his advantage, creating his own shot, rising over defenders, and finishing strong at the rim.