2021 6’7 Maxwell Lewis (AZ Compass): Already holding several west coast offers, Lewis does a lot of the little things for his team that doesn’t always make the box score. With his 6’7 frame, he defends multiple positions and makes it incredibly difficult with his size and mobility. Offensively though, he stretches defense with his perimeter game but also gets it done inside. His athleticism, versatility, and ability to defend really stood out.
2021 6’2 Frankie Collins (AZ Compass): Collins stood out on Day 1 and he did it once again. When you watch and study his game, he plays with such terrific feel and blend (scoring and vision) on the floor. Collins never seems to be rushed on the floor and understands how to run an offense, as well as score the ball when he needs too.
2020 6’7 Marjon Beauchamp (Dream City Christian): Beauchamp was an absolute beast on Day 2 at the Battle at the Rock. His blend of skill, versatility, and competitiveness on the floor is big time and he leaves it all on the floor. Beauchamp’s ability to put the ball on the deck and rise over defenders with his quickness was impressive.
2021 6’3 Jarvis Moss (Cannon): Moss was feeling it today, showing his smooth shooting stroke from behind the perimeter. He has been regarded as one of the top shooters in the state and he showed it today, knocking down eight 3-pointers for 33 points.
2021 7’0 John Butler (Christ Church): Of course his 7’0 size stands out immediately and he used that to block shots all over the place. Butler though was able to step out, put the ball on the deck, as well as post up and finish around the rim.