2026 Nick Arnold (Team Charlotte): Walking away from the event, Arnold was one that left a lasting impression on our scouts with his stellar play throughout.  The 2026 point guard, who is one we have watched countless times, has seemed to take his game to another level; he looked stronger, more assertive as a guard, and is taking his offensive game to another level. He was assertive, got downhill, embraced and finished through contact, attacked the boards, and displayed such IQ/feel as a point guard.  He had an impressive event and think he could be in for a big summer.

2025 Zeus Batts/ 2025 Rodmik Allen (WBC Elite): The duo has been lighting it up so far this summer, as Batts and Allen have been showcasing their offensive ability once again.' These two guards have been fun to watch, and this could be a massive summer for both.'' Batts is a prolific scorer that can fill it up in a hurry, attack from multiple levels, and can turn defense into offense. Allen is a quick, shifty guard that can make plays for himself and for others; he is such a competitor on the court that can fill it up as well.

2025 KJ Younger (Team HOPE): We have talked about Younger as one to watch countless times before, and he continues to shine in the bright lights.  Though he doesn't get the attention yet, he is one to really start looking at more.  He is physically strong, shows he can overpower defenses, create and get his own shots, be a presence all around the basket and in the paint, makes plays from all levels, and can overpower opponents on the boards.  Younger has a scoring machine this summer already and we don't see that slowing down.

2024 Evan Morton (Team Synergy): Morton had a tremendous showing at the event overall, and he continues to prove why he is one of the more underrated guards in the state.  A proven winner, Morton continues to make his impact felt in so many ways, along with his leadership and IQ.  He was a strong scoring option throughout, knocking down threes, attacking off the bounce, embracing contact and getting to the line, and simply contributing to his team winning.  A strong two-way prospect, Morton left a lasting impression and should be a focal point for college coaches.

2026 Elton Smith Jr. (Carolina Rebels): Smith is one that we have been high on for some time now and it is going to be fun watching him continue to develop and grow as a player.  Smith brings you good size, athleticism, and fluidity as a forward, as he can be a tough matchup.  But there is also so much more potential left in his game.  Smith does a great job in being active around the basket and on the boards, has a quick reaction on the glass, runs the floor very well, and is very coordinated for a player at his position.  With his game, it has to excite so many about what he could ultimately be at the end of his high school career.