6’5 ’21 Omarion Farrar (Captial City Pacers)
It should be fairly clear, but Farrar has been the most consistent two-way leader for the Pacers throughout the summer. He should have college coaches buzzing, especially given his length, athleticism, and ability to show flashes of dominance on the offensive end. Farrar is pretty versatile for his size and is capable of overwhelming the opposition with his defensive tools.
6’5 ’20 Isaiah Hairston (Greater Beckley Elite)
Since our team camp in June, the strong-bodied big man has been nothing short of impressive. Hairston is excellent on the block, displaying a quality feel and the ability to score in a variety of different ways, but also has a strong amount of skill—especially for his size. Hairston handles and passes the ball well while always standing out as a strong two-way rebounder.
6’6 ’20 Dayvion Cook (Charlotte Aces)
There’s a lot to like about this Aces team and Cook might honestly be the most underrated piece of the group. He’s long and athletic, but has also knocked down multiple jumpers in this showing. Cook plays with a phenomenal motor and does a great job of imposing his will as a defender and rebounder.
6’8 ’19 Zack Austin (Team Winston)
The Team Winston group is extremely talented and Austin is arguably their main leader. He’s long, skilled, athletic, and quite versatile for his size on both ends of the floor. Austin should be very coveted by college coaches, especially given his ability to reliably protect the rim while switching across three to four positions defensively.