The Chick-fil-a Classic was an outstanding event once again down in South Carolina, as it brought some of the top teams and talent from around the country all under one building. There were several memorable performances throughout the event, and these were just a few names that captured our eyes in certain areas.

Impressive Scorers

2023 Baye Fall (Denver Prep)
2023 GG Jackson (Ridge View)
2022 Takai Simpkins (Liberty Heights)
2022 Cade Tyson (Carmel Christian)
2022 Tyrese Elliott (Grayson)
2022 MJ Rice (Prolific Prep)
2023 Dennis Parker Jr. (John Marshall)
2022 Seth Hubbard (Huntington Prep)
2024 Cam Scott (Lexington)

There were several impressive prospects on the floor at the Chick-fil-a Classic.  ’23 Baye Fall and ’23 GG Jackson were two that really stood out and showed why they are two of the premier talents in the country as they looked unstoppable at times.  ’22 Tyrese Elliott and ’22 Takai Simpkins were two guards that also impressed that might not get that level of recognition but showcased their ability to score in a variety of ways.  ’23 Dennis Parker Jr. was strong in knocking down shots from multiple levels, ’22 Seth Hubbard had an outstanding 35-point showing, and ’24 Cam Scott averaged 20.7ppg and showed why he is one of the top sophomores in the country, playing at an elite level.

Three-Point Shooting

2024 Daquan Davis (St. Frances Academy)
2023 David Tubek (Dream City)
2022 Seth Hubbard (Huntington Prep)
2022 Bryce Lindsey (St. Frances Academy)
2024 Damon Thompson (John Marshall)

There were a few players that grabbed our attention with their ability to knock down shots from the perimeter.  The duo at St. Frances Academy earned some looks, with ’24 Daquan Davis really playing well as he averaged nearly 19ppg at the event and shooting the ball well as he went 12-for-20 from behind the arc.  ’22 Bryce Lindsey also knocked down 13 3-pointers at the event.  ’23 6’6 David Tubek has been interesting to watch as the forward has attracted the attention of high majors and with his ability to stretch the floor, play multiple positions, and be effective on the boards was impressive (went 10-for-20 at the event).  ’22 Hubbard and ’24 Thompson were also threats from outside.

Monster on the Boards

2023 Baye Fall (Denver Prep)
2023 GG Jackson (Ridge View)
2022 Adem Bona (Prolific Prep)
2023 Assane Diop (Denver Prep)
2022 Dok Muordar (Huntington Prep)

Fall and Jackson find themselves back on the list but that is no surprise, as Fall led the event with 10.3 rebounds per game and Jackson wasn’t far behind averaging 9.0 per game.  ’22 Adem Bona, the UCLA commit, continues to be a dominant force in the paint, much like he has shown before, just getting his hands on the ball and being a force in the paint.  Fall’s teammate, ’23 6’10 Assane Diop was another strong presence on the boards, averaging 8.3 rebounds per game and being another fluid big for Denver Prep.  ’22 Dok Muordar had a strong showing as well, averaging 8.3 rebounds per game and was strong on the offensive boards, averaging 3.3 offensive rebounds through three games. ’22 Chauncey Wiggins did have a strong performance on Day 1 with 17 boards as well.