#5-Kadyn Dawkins- Really intelligent point guard prospect that created a ton of scoring opportunities in this contest. He consistently took defenders off the dribble, touched the paint, and displayed terrific vision as a playmaker while applying solid pressure as a scorer.
#21-Smoke Hodges- High IQ floor general with natural playmaking skills and solid scoring ability. He has an unselfish, fundamental approach to the game and understands how to make his teammates better on both ends of the floor.
#56-Michael Wade- Scrappy, quick point guard with phenomenal vision and playmaking abilities; he sees the floor extremely well and willingly creates offense for his teammates. Wade provides an excellent two-way presence and is poised for a big upcoming season.
#58-Reggie Walton- Playmaking guard with strong passing ability and an active motor; he is able to regularly thread high-difficulty passes between defenders. Walton communicates and fights hard on defense.
#64-Landon Sutton- Combo-guard prospect with natural scoring ability from all three levels; he can generate offense for himself with ease and is capable of overwhelming opponents in transition. Sutton has a great feel for the game and makes nice decisions with the ball.
#90-Jackeem Herbin- Smooth guard prospect with IQ, vision, and nice three-level scoring ability; he has great size and willingly sacrifices his body on both ends of the floor. Herbin is crafty and should be poised for a big upcoming season.
#132-Dyquavis Wilkins- Athletic wing prospect with exceptional length and athleticism, able to pose a constant threat as an above-the-rim finisher on rebounds and dunks. He showcased quality flashes of a formidable offensive skillset and disrupts opponents with his motor.
#133-Elijah Davis- Strong-bodied wing prospect with smooth shooting stroke from all three levels. He’s so smart and fundamentally sound, always in the right place at the right time and looking to make a play for the team. His off-ball movement was great throughout this contest.
#148-Jalen King Joiner- Long, athletic wing prospect with a terrific motor and the ability to consistently outwork his assignment on both ends of the floor. He rebounds really well and thrives in transition.
#159-Reggie Raynor- Strong, athletic wing prospect with above-the-rim ability, both as a penetrator and rebounder. He gets downhill and attacks the basket with regularity while utilizing his frame to absorb contact.
#160-Julius Harrison- Wing/forward prospect with blossoming two-way skillset; he’s young with size and should continue improving as a perimeter threat. Harrison fought hard on rebounds and pushed the ball in transition whenever possible.
#165-Luke Davis- Long, athletic forward prospect with an intriguing two-way skillset; he lives above the rim and rebounds pretty well for his position. Davis is a capable shot-maker that can put the ball on the floor consistently.
#167-Tavis Bridges- Big man prospect with soft touch and nice awareness around the basket; he does a solid job of altering shots and making his presence felt defensively. He runs the floor well and knows how to disrupt opponents with his wingspan.
#169-Tre’lin Harper- Strong big man with a massive frame and nice touch around the basket; he fights for every available rebound and runs the floor well. Harper is relatively young and should continue developing on both sides of the ball.
#171-Deante Green- Strong, versatile forward prospect with an intriguing skillset and the ability to cause mismatches on offense. He showed nice touch around the basket and is able to score in a variety of ways. Green possesses a physically advanced frame at this stage in his development.
#173-Josiah Shackleford- Super-athletic big man with phenomenal rim-running capabilities; he lives above the rim on dunks, blocks, and rebounds. Shackleford has great timing as a rim-protector and tries to block everything in sight.