6'5 2023 Carl Cherenfant (Calvary Christian, FL)
Cherenfant stood out in the opening game of the tournament, not just for his elite athleticism, but because he played with such a high motor and made an impact on both ends of the floor. He finished with 16 points, 2 rebounds, 2 assists, 1 steal and 1 block. He excelled getting downhill and finishing at the rim, but also proved he was capable of knocking down the perimeter shot going 2-2 from three. On the defensive end, he set the tone for Calvary Christian. He utilized his length and athleticism to pressure the ball and was active in the passing lanes.'

6'8 2022 Greg Glenn III (Calvary Christian, FL)
The Michigan commit showcased his skill and versatility, finishing with a game-high 18 points, 10 rebounds, and 3 assists. He scored within the framework of the game. Created off the bounce, finished at the basket and found open teammates. He knocked down the perimeter shot going 2-3 from three. Most impressive was his passing ability. He made the right play for his team at all the right times.'

6'4 2023 Jaydon Young (Greensboro Day)
Young finished with a team-high 11 points, 4 rebounds and 1 assist. After coming off injury, it's great to see him in full swing. Young was able to get to his spots and knock down shots in the midrange and finish at the rim. In addition, he impacts the game on both ends of the court with his ability to guard multiple positions.''

6'0 2024 Ameer Ramadan (Orlando Christian Prep)
Ramadan controlled the tempo for Orlando Christian Prep. Every time St. John's College seemed to make a run, Ramadan would make a play. The quick, crafty guard was great getting into the paint. He used his body well to hold off defenders and finish with floaters. Down the stretch, he went perfect from the line to seal the win. Ramadan finished with 16 points, 1 rebound, 2 assists and 1 steal.'

6'4 2022 AJ Brown (Orlando Christian Prep)
Ohio commit, AJ Brown, put on a scoring clinic with a game-high 24 points, 8 rebounds, 1 assist and 2 steals. Brown scored efficiently from all three levels, going 4-7 from behind the arc. He has the ability to create space off the bounce, use his strength to get to his spots, rise up and finish over defenders.'

6'9 2024 Donavan Freeman (St. John's College, DC)
Freeman showcased why he is one of the top players in the 2024 class nationally. He has all the tools to be a special player at the next level. He has a great mix of size, skill and athleticism. Offensively, he finished strong at the rim. He also showed the ability to face up and attack off the bounce. In addition, he was extremely unselfish and made several great passes out of the post. On the defensive end, he moves his feet well and has the ability to switch onto the perimeter. He was terrific on the glass finishing with 13 rebounds to go along with 10 points and 2 blocks.'

6'1 2024 Acaden Lewis (St. John's College, DC)
Acaden Lewis stood out most notably for his activity on the defensive end. As his team fell behind in the first half, Lewis was key in fueling their comeback with his pressure on the ball and in the passing lanes. The lefty point guard turned defense to offense and helped his team get out in transition. In addition, he went 3-6 from behind the arc and finished with 13 points, 5 rebounds, 1 assist and 4 steals.'