5’7 ’24 DJ Boyce- Very intriguing two-way wing prospect that makes plays and utilizes his motor consistently to rebound the ball. He has an excellent frame and quality shot mechanics. Boyce should be one to watch develop, as he possesses all the necessary tools to become a really strong player.
6’0 ’24 Tyler Showalter- The guard prospect was arguably the top all-around performer for this team, leading, making plays, and scoring from all three levels. Showalter displayed a great feel for the game and looked to create for others whenever possible. The lefty caused matchup problems for opponents and was among the leading scorers from this showing.
6’0 ’24 Evan Carter- Easily the most productive performer for either team, Carter simply outworked everyone on the floor for rebounds on both ends of the floor. He dominated the interior and caused major problems with his size. Carter is a great prospect with length and noticeable two-way upside.
5’0 ’25 Li’Kim Leach- Through two games, Leach has certainly been the most polished player on display. He’s a lead guard with excellent IQ and overall feel for the game, able to reliably attack the basket while looking to make plays for others. Leach is unselfish and just plays the right way. He defends the ball really well and is confident on both ends of the floor.
5’8 ’25 Nasir Gibbs- Long, wiry, and active, the wing/forward prospect was all over the place throughout this contest. He forced turnovers, outrebounded his position, and scored with terrific consistency. Gibbs was the main glue-guy for this team and showed the ability to affect various facets of the game.
5’10 ’25 Jack Nelson- Fundamentally-sound big man that never forces the action and plays with poise inside the paint. He displayed touch with either hand and ran the floor nicely in transition. Nelson frequently pursued rebounds and drew numerous fouls on the offensive end.
5’6 ’24 Nicholas Levy- The sharpshooter continued to let it fly during their second contest of the day and continued to yield excellent results. Levy is a great spot-up threat with terrific shot mechanics. He moves really well without the ball and understands how to apply constant pressure from beyond the arc. Levy has been the best shooter on display thus far.
5’2 ’24 JaQai Carter- Though somewhat small, the point guard prospect is extremely effective and does a great job of getting everyone involved. He is capable of getting wherever he wants on the floor and utilizes his tight handle very well to navigate through traffic. Carter has the feel and playmaking instincts that make a quality floor general.
5’8 ’24 Darius Cloud- Through three games, the guard prospect has arguably been the best all-around athlete on display. He’s strong, physical, active, and excellent in the open floor. Cloud utilizes his speed really well in transition to burst past the opposition. He showed the ability to get downhill and attack the rim fairly regularly during this contest.