5'10 '22 Cameron Oates (Team CP3)
The most intriguing prospect of the first game was Oates, a quick-twitch point guard with the
ability to pass and score exceptionally well. Offensively, he scores from all three levels and
makes intelligent decisions with the ball. Oates has terrific upside on both ends of the floor, but
already showcases a quality foundation.

5'11 '22 James Wilkins (Team CP3)
In terms of polish and productivity, Wilkins was arguably the most proven player from this team
of rising freshmen. He's a crafty pick-and-roll guard, yet also possesses great off-ball skills,
given his ability to score from all over the floor. Wilkins is a very clever passer with an
incredible feel for the game; he could feasibly pop up on the national radar in time.

6'0 '21 DaVeon Thomas (Florence International)
Thomas was the best player on either end of the floor throughout the first slate of games. The
combo-guard consistently made life difficult for the opposition; he carved the opposing defense
with his passing and constant flow of scoring. Thomas is a really strong defender with the ability
to force turnovers at a high rate.

5'10 '19 Mekai Collins (NC Gaters East)
This Gaters team absolutely flourished when Collins was at the helm and making decisions. He
was fairly close to a double-double with points and assists, and finished as the second leading
scorer in this contest. Collins piled up a ton of steals in this one and his defensive presence made
a huge difference.

6'3 '19 Elijah Thomas (NC Gaters East)
The leading scorer in this game was Thomas, a slashing forward with the ability to consistently
finish on penetration opportunities. He plays really hard, especially on the glass, where he
frequently awarded the Gaters with second-chance buckets. Thomas led all scorers in this one
and did a solid job of applying pressure on both sides of the ball.

6'0 '20 Justin Brower (Boo Williams Carolina)
This squad was in need of leadership, which is where Brower stepped in and made a huge
impact. He set the tone defensively by getting vocal and showing intensity at all times. Brower
was able to handle the ball or spot-up in this game, given the matchup.

6'11 '20 Isaiah Todd (Team Loaded)
The best player to enter the gym today was easily Todd, the most unique and versatile prospect
in attendance by a significant amount. He scored from wherever he desired and showcased an
incredible amount of craftiness when hunting for his shot. No player can match his blend of size
and perimeter skills, point blank.

6'6 '19 Pat Kelly (Team Loaded)
The only committed prospect from the first slate of games was Kelly, a walking mismatch at the
forward positions. He has impressive shooting ability from beyond the arc and is a very reliable
floor-spacer. Kelly is also a quality athlete who can toggle between forward positions, based on
his surrounding personnel. At 6-foot-6, there is a short list of players capable of hanging with
Kelly on both sides of the floor. The Penn State commit should be a constant contributor over the
next four years, especially if he continues to improve.

6'3 '19 Jamal Walden (Mid-State Magic)
The guard play of Mid-State Magic was fairly reliable throughout this contest, but Walden was
arguably the most consistent of the group. He is a very intelligent ball-handler and overall
decision-maker, which relieves a lot of pressure from the other guards. Walden shot the ball
really well from all three levels in this contest.