2024 Jordan Patton (Cougars): Patton continues to flourish as a prospect for this team, and college coaches should be all over this young man. He does so much for a team, and it is easy to see.  Patton brings size and versatility, can score from an array of levels and positions, defends multiple positions, finishes at the rim, and can be aggressive, but also does all the little things to help your team win.

2025 Brett Freeman (Fire Babies): It was good to see Freeman with his new program and he shined on the big stage. The big guard was able to be one of the catalysts on Day 1 with his big frame and size, his ability to create strong off the dribble, and then he showed his range in the second half.  Freeman is one who has a great opportunity to shine more on his own and show what he can bring to the table.

2024 Langston Boyd (Team Teal): The Georgia Southern commit came in as one of the premier prospects on display and he didn’t disappoint, as he did what he has always done.  Boyd continues to flourish as a strong downhill guard who gets to his spot and can make a living on his mid-range shot.  He is the clear leader and go-to scorer for this team, and he hopes to have a big season one last time.

2026 Jordan Buzzard (Eagles): Buzzard is one who continues to elevate and progress as a player, and he is becoming even more intriguing with what he can provide. He has size at 6’5 and he is showing more of his ability to operate from multiple levels. Yes, he can showcase his skillset and feel inside around the basket and on the boards, but he is more than comfortable in stepping out, putting it on the deck, and making plays for himself.

2024 Delani Hammonds (Purple Knights): Hammonds quietly went about his business at the Fall League, as he is the clear leader for this team. This year, it will be a great opportunity to show his overall point guard ability, but also his scoring capability as well.  He did a great job in competing, filling up the stat sheet, and leading the way for his team in every way.  Strong start to the fall league for him.