Malik Lunford of Bull City Prep PG Durham was great for his team as he attacked the basket relentlessly. His ability to change speeds and burst to the rim was very impressive. He has the ability to draw contact and get to the free throw line. He led his team offensively the entire game as they looked to him to initiate and create for himself and teammates. He is super quick and was very hard to guard with the ball in his hand! 

6’4 Caleb Williams of Experience Academy Kings absolutely killed offensively for his team! He was a threat from three all game long. He shot the ball very well from three and also showed a great midrange pull-up. One thing that stood about him is how he was a star in his role and played extremely hard. He also rebounded the ball well for his team and really started the break from them. 

6’6 Daeyon James of TSF National PG came into the game and lit up from the three. It was obvious that he knew his role and accepted it wholeheartedly. His ability to shoot the ball off the catch was eye-catching. He has a smooth, quick release with a high release point which made it very tough to close out on. He has a knack for finding gaps in the defense and plugging them in the perfect spot. Defensively, he uses his length to be effective in getting his hands in the passing lanes. Scholarship level coaches looking for a shooter should take a look at this guy! 

6’5 AJ Lopez of Mt. Zion Prep is a long lengthy kid who showed the ability to score the ball effectively. He displayed the ability to knock it down from three with some consistency while also using his athleticism to finish in the paint. He also was a very good offensive rebound as he created extra possession for his team with his effort. Defensively, he played very actively as he racked up deflections and steals for his team. Scholarship level coaches, this is a guy who has the potential to be a good player at the next level.