Hoop State Elite

6'5 '20 Kaleb Brooks- Continues to impress in big games and big moments. He's very productive and effectively uses his size to create rebounding opportunities. Brooks has deep range on his jumper and is willing to let it fly.

Team WBC

5'10 '19 Freddie Taylor- Though undersized, Taylor is without a doubt the toughest player here. He plays through contact on drive attempts, outrebounds everyone, and is a premier defensive player. Taylor has great vision and passing abilities, but he could take another step forward upon improving his three-point shooting.

6'2 '19 Brylan Grice- Small-ball power forward that stays active on both sides of the ball; he may not be the most polarizing prospect, but he does know how to play the game. Given his size and athleticism, Grice is able to defend multiple positions comfortably.

6'8 '19 Jace McKenny- Athletic forward with blossoming perimeter game, has solid size and knows how to properly utilize it. He looks to get out in transition whenever possible, as that is his best scoring avenue. It'll be interesting to see if he can continue making strides towards the perimeter