2025 Tyshaun Goldston (Mid-State Magic):

Another dual-sport prospect who excels both on the court and on the football field, Goldston continues to prove and thrive as a prospect. Goldston, who is coming off a strong 17ppg, 9.1rpg, and 2.0apg season at Randleman, thrives in a variety of ways on the court. With his blend of size, strength, physicality, and athleticism, Goldston plays with contagious energy and can be impactful in a variety of ways. He scores the ball at the rim, creates off the dribble to get inside the defense, attacks the boards, and can knock down shots, all while defending multiple positions.

2025 Jaden Priester (Team USC):

Priester grabs your interest with his blend of frame and feel. A 6’7 prospect from South Carolina, Priester is a mobile forward who was able to show touch, fluidity, and versatility, and one who is comfortable impacting the game in an array of ways. He can be a consistent presence on the boards, battling in the paint on both ends and attacking the glass. He also runs the floor well, showing flashes of handles and the ability to step out at times. Priester puts himself in the right positions on the floor to be successful and a useful piece on the court, as well as having an impact on both sides of the court.

2025 Derek Ross (Wildcats):

Ross continues to be a point guard that I simply enjoy watching. He is a team-first type of guard that you want running the show. His blend of speed and burst with the ball in his hands is impressive, driving by defenders with ease at times and looking to be that playmaker off the dribble. Ross though can create scoring opportunities for himself, creating space or knocking down shots, but also makes tremendous reads out in transition and setting up his teammates.  Ross flourishes as a true playmaker on the court.

2025 Miki Gacic (1of1):

Gacic is one to watch out for more; as a prospect at the guard position, he brings a strong frame and true floor general qualities that you have to like. The 6’2 prospect really found ways to be effective, showing to be a high IQ floor general and bodying up opponents with his physicality. He helps get others into scoring positions, plays at his own pace, and simply just makes the right decision on the court. Gacic is a tough competitor who knows how to help run the show and consistently finds scoring options for himself or others.

2024 Izaiah Littlejohn (TLBA):

Littlejohn was able to pick up offers from the event but again, we are here to remind everyone that this is still an unsigned senior that can help a variety of programs in the future. As a 6’5 prospect, Littlejohn can make his impact felt in a variety of ways and in a variety of positions. He led the charge big time for Hickory this season and continued to do so at the event. He understands how to score the ball in a variety of ways, he uses his size well, is bouncy at the rim, and can be used on both sides of the ball in a variety of positions with his frame. He has proven he brings success to his team and should be a late get for a program.

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