2020 6’7 Josh Rubio (Combine Academy): Rubio brings physicality immediately to the floor and he showed it, using his size to his advantage down low in the paint.  The senior big man found his spots, bullied his way around the paint, and used his frame to his advantage to finish around the rim and rebound.

2023 6’0 Robert Dillingham (Combine Academy): What can be said that hasn’t been said about Dillingham.  He simply produces on the floor.  With his blend of IQ, smooth feel, and shooting, he impacts the game at all three levels.  Not only did he knock down shots from deep but finished strong in transition, attacking defenders and finishing.

2021 6’3 Dessie Canty (Byrnes): It was a struggle with his outside game but Canty’s ability to attack and use his athleticism is where he flourished on Day 2.  Nice blend of speed, bounce, and length at 6’3, he worked really well finishing and attacking the rim, as well as getting on the offensive and defensive boards.

2020 Kelci Adams (Nation Ford): The phrase is shooters are going to shoot.  That is exactly what Adams did all night long.  She showed her range all over the floor, knocking down seven 3-pointers in the game.  She also has very good handles and ability to create to find her shot.  She put on a show today.

2021 6’1 Jacobi Wright (Legacy Early): Wright was an absolute player on the court.  His change of pace with his handles could not be stopped, as he continued to get by his defender on multiple occasions.  Wright’s ability to break down opponents 1-on-1 as well as showcase his vision on the floor was big time and one can see why his recruitment is starting to pick up.