By: Kevin Moses

Colt Sandy 
Twitter: @Colt_Sandy5
Height: 6’3, 170
Class of 2026
School: Hundred High School, WV

Sandy is a dynamic young athlete and a monster double-double machine. Triple threat scoring option with a soft touch. Beautiful long-range bomb. Explosive off the bounce and a fierce finisher. Colt is crazy athletic which allows him to be crafty and creative. Colt is a monster on the boards averaging 17.4 rebounds a game which earned him the #11 rebounder in the country. He can drop some nice dimes too. Colt is also an outstanding defender. Colt is #141 in the country in blocks and #294 in double-doubles in the country. Last year Colt averaged 13.2 points, 1.4 assists, 8.3 rebounds, and 1.3 blocks per game. In the AAU session, Cole averaged 10.5 points per game. Colt’s favorite AAU memory was stealing the ball in a close game and making a reverse lay-up and getting fouled on the play. Colt’s biggest improvement since last season is getting strong. And that hard work is paying off big time as the numbers show. The goals coming into the season were to make the school well known while making 1st team all-state. Colt is averaging 19.2 points, 3.4 assists, 17.4 rebounds, 1.2 steals and 3.6 blocks per game. Colt is certainly making a name for himself. As his stock continues to rise, everyone is going to know him. What separates Colt from the rest is his work ethic on and off the court. His heart and passion are that no one will ever outwork him. Colt is hungry to make the next level and willing to do whatever it takes to get there on and off the court including in the classroom. Colt is certainly developing into a solid D1 talent and believes he will achieve that goal. Mentally strong and he pushes himself beyond his limits and circles his life around the game he loves.

Isaiah Wilson 
Twitter: @Isaiah_wilson4
Height: 5’10, 168
Class of 2024
School: Longwood High School 

Wilson is a tenacious lockdown defender who is tough and gritty. With a fierce, relentless swagger Isaiah puts in that work. Offensively he is a physical downhill slasher who battles his way to the rim.. His high nonstop motor is impressive on both ends but you certainly see ” That Dog” in him defensively. Isaiah can drop nice dimes and is scrappy on the boards too.  too. Don’t let the size fool you, Isaiah is a warrior with a ton of heart to match his skills. In the AAU session, Isaiah averaged 12 points, 8 assists, and 6 rebounds. Isaiah’s favorite accomplishment in the AAU session was hitting his first game-winning shot in the AAU session. His biggest improvement was decision-making. Being undersized you not only have to play better and harder than everyone else, you have to play smarter to stand out.  So Isaiah spent time working hard on his IQ and athleticism to best accomplish just that. Isaiah’s goal for this season is plain and simple, do whatever it takes out there to get noticed by a coach and get to the next level. To play so hard and be so effective that just one Coach would believe in him enough to take a chance on his talent. What separates Isaiah from other players is his giving 110 percent into everything he does on that court. With purpose and passion, Isaiah is determined no one will ever outwork him. His energy fuels others to turn up to another level.

Cameron Singleton
Twitter: @Only_1Cam_
Height: 6’4, 185
Class of 2025 
School: Tyler High School, TX 

Singleton is a lethal knockdown shooter and elite defender. Even with defenders flying at him, he is a cold-blooded sniper. Kind of would describe Cameron as an every down back, reliable and steady going all out every time. Just plug him into the position you want and he will consistently deliver. This stud goes 110 percent every second he is on the floor. He loves to even mix it up inside among the bigs gobbling up boards and getting strong putbacks off the offensive glass. Despite his efficient high-level scoring ability, Cameron takes great pride in his defense. Seems to be in the right position for steals with incredible timing reading the passing lanes like he was literally in their huddle.  Add that to being a beast on the boards and you have a coach’s dream player. In the AAU session, Cameron played for Ballers Nation where he averaged  23.5 points, 11 rebounds, 5 assists, and 2 steals. Cameron’s favorite accompaniment in AAU was playing in the nations in Washington DC a few years back and getting 3rd place with only five players for the entire tournament. That established that he could compete on the highest level and belonged on the big stage with the best and was picked up by a team out of Indiana where he played against Kingston, the Boozer Twins, and Melo at the LeBron James Classic. Cameron’s biggest improvement from last season was his individual defense and his role in the team’s defensive flow. Cameron clearly understands despite the fact he can score on all three levels, defense wins games, and being a lockdown defender can open the door of opportunity for a college spot.  Cameron’s goal entering the season was to help his team win and get on the coach’s radar while doing so.  So far this season Cameron is averaging 21 points, 9 rebounds, and 8 assists. What coaches should know is Cameron brings an intense work ethic knowing on the next level he has to start from the bottom and earn his way on the new stage. Cameron is ready to prove yet again he belongs and can excel no matter the level. He is relentless and hungry, he believes if coaches see him play, they will believe in him too. He wants a great system that his play style and his skillset can really shine. Coming from a football-first town, Cameron knows he has to work harder than most to get a coach to consider there might be a real baller in Tyler and that all he longs for is one coach to come, see, and believe what they see. Cameron has always earned his way with hard work and dedication and doesn’t expect anything less from now till then and believes the grind never stops. Cameron has trained with some of the best in the DFW area who will vouch for what he proved to them already. With the hunger and passion to prove to the coach and program that takes their chance on him, they won’t be disappointed.. And his willingness to outwork anyone is what separates him from the rest, Nothing given but everything earned. 

Robert (Ant) McAfee
Twitter: @McafeeAnt
Height: 6’5 , 180
Class of 2025
School: Legacy Christian Academy, KY

McAfee is a dynamic wing that is explosive in the open court and a ruthless finisher at the rim and the leader of this loaded Legacy squad. Like the rest, Ant is a triple-threat scoring option but loves to get out and run which causes defenders real problems. With his size, speed, and athleticism it takes his skills to a whole new level. Also team-oriented he drops nice dimes and mixes it up on the boards. But he is a defensive stud. High a high defensive IQ he reads the offense well and just passing lanes well anticipating the perfect time to shoot the gap. Once he gets that steal, Ant turns defense into instant offense flying down the court for open jams. Solid rim protector too. Last season, Ant only averaged 3.3 points, 3.8 rebounds, 1.6 assists, 1.7 steals, and 0.9 blocks while shooting 48 percent from the floor and 37 percent from three. During the AAU session, Ant lifted his game to average 13.3 points, 3.1 assists, 5.2 rebounds, 2.8 steals, and 1.3 blocks while shooting 51 percent from the field and 38 percent from three. The biggest improvements from last season have been his confidence, IQ, size, and strength. Being smarter on the floor has made him more of a leader out there. Ant has grown and developed into an awesome player. Ant’s favorite AAU memory was winning the Big Time Hoops tournament in Memphis and coming in second in the #BigTimeHoops and rising to be ranked #1. Entering the season Ant’s goal is to win the state championship with this special team. The confidence and swag are soaring with this squad. This season Ant is averaging 28.2 points, 6.3 rebounds, 3.2 assists, 1.5 blocks, and 3.9 steals while shooting 58 percent from the floor and 37 percent from three. The numbers don’t lie, his hard work has paid off. What coaches should know is that he is the total package that can deliver on both ends. Ant’s leadership and positive attitude fuel any team. Understanding how to win while being a leader is huge. Always looking at the bigger picture more than an isolated moment believes no matter what the circumstances are, he can win. Ant has had a breakout season so far. The ceiling is super high for this young star. Coachable, determined, and fierce with a lot of dog in him defensively. So far he has led this team to a 19-2 record upsetting the #1 and #2 teams.

Cole Phillips
Twitter: @CPhillips2025
Height: 6’3, 189
Class of 2025
School: Legacy Christian Academy, KY

Phillips is another dynamic stud from this program that excels on both ends of the court and could easily average huge scoring numbers but this is a true team with amazing chemistry. Cole is a fierce triple-threat scoring option with a high IQ with nonstop motor. His energy is fun to watch as he really gets after it and runs the floor as well as anyone out there in transition and can dazzle with thunderous dunks. He has great court vision and loves sharing that rock for the best shot. Mixes it up on the boards and is an outstanding defender. Last season Cole only averaged 2 points, 1 rebound, and 1 assist per game. Elevating his game during the AAU session, Cole averaged 10 points, 6 rebounds, and 3 assists. Only building his confidence as he began to thrive in his skills and rising to the ceiling to how high he could fly. Cole’s favorite AAU memory was becoming the #1 ranked team in the #BigTimeHoops Circuit and seeing all that hard work paying off. Build the passion to carry that same drive into the season. Cole’s goal entering this season was simple, the fire to win a state championship is driving this young star and is evident is his play. So far averaging 16 points, 6 rebounds, 5 assists and 2 steals. Already knocking off both the #1 and #2 team. What coaches should know is that Cole is another tough, gritty, blue-collar stud willing to do all the dirty work on both ends to get the win for his team. Cole continues to get better and better. As his confidence continues to take him to new heights the team concept helps him thrive on being just that knowing they got his make and his hustle and hard work aren’t in vain which causes Cole to work even harder. This is what every coach can count on every game. He will certainly have an instant impact with skill, heart, hustle , and a winning mentality that produces a strong culture of success.