6’5 ’23 Dice Royster- The forward/post prospect is playing up a grade level and still appears to be among the most intriguing and impactful prospects on display. He possesses excellent feel and touch around the basket, but also showcases great aggression and athleticism. Royster causes problems for opponents when attacking the basket and looks to play above rim whenever possible. He has quality guard skills for his position and will continue being a matchup problem, especially if he continues to grow.
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6’0 ’22 Davion Cunningham- The afternoon slate of games kicked off with a phenomenal two-way showing by Cunningham, who did a great job of playing smart and dictating the action on both ends of the floor. He was the main leader for this team and made excellent decisions with the ball in his hands. Cunningham scored the ball effectively on all three levels and displayed really sharp vision, especially when attacking the basket.
6’4 ’22 Travis Shaw- The strong-bodied post prospect was among the most productive all-around players from the Warriors roster. He utilizes his body extremely well on both ends of the floor, absorbing contact, fighting for rebounds, and clearing out position with relative ease.
5’10 ’22 Jayden Watlington- The two-way guard was one of the most balanced performers in the Warriors dominating victory. He showcased poise, athleticism, and an excellent motor, which allowed him to force numerous turnovers and push transition play. Watlington showed flashes of playing above the rim and was able to truly affect all facets of the game.
Race City Flames
5’6 ’24 Will Googins- The lead guard was far and away the most impressive performer from either team, as he lead both squads in various statistical categories. Googins scored the ball extremely well and showcased phenomenal vision, especially when attacking the basket. He finished strong through contact, but also created for others and knocked down a considerable amount of perimeter jumpers.
5’0 ’25 Kyrie Wilson- Though undersized and playing up a grade level, Wilson was one of the most polished prospects on either team and had no issue contributing on both sides of the ball. He made smart decisions on offense and showed the ability to score or create for others.
5’6 ’24 Malachi Simpson- The all-purpose wing was arguably the most productive player on this team, as he did a great job of affecting various facets of the game and constantly involving himself in the action. Simpson contained his assignment well on defense and filled in the gaps nicely on offense.
6’4 ’24 Moses McDowell- The big man must’ve finished with somewhere between ten and twenty blocks from this contest, and did so in effortless fashion. McDowell did an excellent job of walling-up, not fouling, and blocking or altering every shot attempt within the paint. He has great length and runs the floor quite well. McDowell didn’t force the action on offense and displayed solid touch around the basket.
5’1 ’25 Owen Calvert- The undersized point guard made his presence felt from start to finish, as he was the most reliable scorer and playmaker for this team. Calvert has a quality feel for the game and mixes it up regularly on offense between penetrating and shooting from the perimeter. He displayed solid vision and looked to make plays for others whenever possible.
6’1 ’23 Sean Cusano- This Team Rogue group is absolutely overflowing with high-level shooters, but Cusano arguably possesses the most knockdown shooting stroke. He has excellent form, a quick release, and extremely deep range. Cusano is very patient and gets most of his points within the flow of the offense.
6’1 ’23 Wade Witcher- There’s a lot to like with Witcher, who reliably stretches the floor and operates extremely well within the team concept. He moves the ball nicely and understands how to relocate and position himself for spot-up opportunities. Witcher can score the ball efficiently from all three levels, but is at his best from beyond the arc. He also stood out with his overall level of intelligence and ability to coexist with any group of teammates.
Queen City Thunder
5’11 ’23 Gabe Crowder- The long, wiry wing prospect is very intriguing, given his ability to score on offense and contain his assignment defensively. Crowder is problematic for opponents in transition and does a great job of utilizing his length to get into passing lanes and secure rebounds over bigger players.
5’10 ’23 Mikie Corbitt Jr.- The well-rounded guard prospect didn’t score a ton in this contest, but he did a lot of everything else and had no problem making an impact with his energy level. Corbitt plays with a strong motor, which allows him to secure rebounds, push the break in transition, and make hustle plays whenever possible.