6’1 2021 Kris Robinson – Combine Academy
Robinson could flat out stroke the ball as he knocked down 8 3s in this one. It was his ability to get open and get shots off which was very impressive. He was the game’s MVP after his 24 point output, but it was a very translatable game. Immediately insert him into top shooter in the state conversations.

5’11” 2023 Robert Dillingham – Combine Academy
Only a freshman, it was Dillingham who may have made the biggest plays, the biggest shots of the night. Only 14 years old, He finished with 15 points on 3-5 from 3 and 2 steals. Super bright future and he lived up to the Top 100 type rankings he’s been getting.

6’3” 2020 Cam Thomas – Oak Hill
Surprise, surprise, the best player in the event was a standout. After his 32 point performance, he showcased that he just makes plays. Thomas has an uncanny ability to get open and get his shots off. He has touch and range, his footwork is unbelievable and his touch, range, and confidence bleed through his game. Special player.

6’5” 2020 Kenny Gwynn – Carmel Christian
Gwynn is a workhorse, a guy you can hang your hat on getting a double/double most every time out. He is a mismatch with his ability to post or put it on the floor. He rebounds the ball very well and he defends. In the win, he only played 14 minutes and finished with 12 and 8 … The scholarships should be coming.

6’2” 2021 Justin Taylor – Carmel Christian
Taylor is an explosive player, and he scores the ball in an explosive manner. He can score the ball, he handles the ball and he is aggressive getting downhill. It will be interesting to see how he does throughout the rest of the season, he showed off the explosive abilities tonight which makes sense for USF and others to be on board.

Can’t wait for Day 2!!