Coach: Tony Jones
#24: 5’4 ’26 Stephanie Mobley (Victory Christian)
Starting things off, we look at a player who made a lasting impression despite being the only girl on display, Stephanie Mobley. She’s a tough, high-motor guard prospect with quality feel and a well-rounded skillset. Mobley is a capable shooter, both from midrange and beyond the arc, and understands how to attack closeouts whenever necessary. She’s a useful scorer but did a nice job of deferring to teammates and not forcing the action offensively. Mobley rebounds very well for her size/position. Next in her development process is working to get stronger, as it would make her a better finisher through contact. Coach Jones on Mobley: “Stephanie is a tough girl. She can hit spot-up threes and isn’t afraid to rebound. Knows where to be on defense, but needs to continue to improve on-ball defense and adding strength.” Mobley proved to be a difference-maker for her team at camp and will be a prospect worth monitoring at Victory Christian over the coming years.
#37: 5’6 ’26 Logan Bransom (Mount Tabor)
Next, we look at a player who consistently found ways to make an impact within the flow of the action, Logan Bransom. He’s a scrappy, unselfish guard prospect with a high motor and natural understanding of how to fill in the gaps on both ends of the floor. Bransom is a solid ball-handler and passer, but typically finds most of his success when applying pressure as a spot-up threat from beyond the arc. He moves fairly well without the ball and looks to compete for rebounds whenever possible. Next in his development process is working on the use of his off-hand, as it would make him a more complete player. Coach Jones on Bransom: “Logan is a solid spot-up shooter with the ability to handle the rock on occasion. He’s more of a shooter than facilitator but is capable of affecting the game. Needs to work on adding strength and improving as an on-ball defender.” Bransom enjoyed a quality showing at camp and has the tools to emerge as a contributor for Mount Tabor over these next few years.
#53: 5’10 ’26 Braydyn Francis (Chapin)
Moving onto a player who made a lasting impression with his intangibles and well-rounded identity, Braydyn Francis. He’s a smart, tough, team-oriented guard prospect with a high motor and polished offensive skillset. Francis displayed the ability to score from all levels, create shots for himself and others, and dictate the action as the primary ball-handler. He touched the paint at a high volume and made quality decisions with the ball in his hands. That being said, Francis is also comfortable hitting jumpers in spot-up situations and making hustle plays whenever necessary. Next in his development process is working on staying disciplined when defending the point of attack. Coach Jones on Francis: “Braydyn has a high IQ and great vision. He can hit open three-pointers and get others involved. Defensively, he’s in the right position but reaches/gambles too much. Braydyn can definitely win you some games with his vision and perimeter shooting.” Francis was easily among the most productive campers on his team and should be able to carve out a role for Chapin sooner than later.
#63: 5’10 ’25 Buddy Bartlett (West Forsyth)
(Evaluation unavailable due to injury)
#88: 6’1 ’25 Dimetrious Jones Jr. (Freedom Christian)
Continuing onto a player who possesses an intriguing crossroads between productivity and long-term upside, Dimetrious Jones Jr. He’s a long, physical, athletic wing prospect with a strong frame and powerful penetration sense. Jones is capable of hitting perimeter jumpers, but was arguably at his best when getting downhill and attacking the basket—where he’s a quality finisher and willing to make the kick-out as needed. He utilizes his physical tools to overwhelm opponents and force turnovers defensively. Next in his development process is working on his ability to move without the ball, as it would make him a more lethal spot-up threat. Coach Jones on Jones: “Dimetrious needs to work on general ball movement, as it has a tendency to stick to his hands at times. He’s good at getting downhill and finishing around the rim, but I would like to see him work on his playmaking ability and overall shot-selection.” Jones highlighted a variety of enticing tools at camp and will be a prospect to watch emerge at Freedom Christian.
#91: 6’1 ’25 Jordan Burnett (Parkland)
(Evaluation unavailable due to injury)
#107: 6’2 ’26 Jeremiah Davis (High Point Christian)
Next, we look at a player who clearly stood out as a leader on both ends of the floor, Jeremiah Davis. He’s a smart, rugged, athletic wing prospect with the ability to consistently affect all facets of the game. Davis handles the ball with poise, creates for himself and others, and applies efficient scoring pressure from all levels. He finishes well through contact, makes proper reads, and is capable of operating in spot-up situations. Davis is a reliable all-around defender with the quickness, positioning, and anticipation to cause turnovers at a quality rate. Next in his development process is working on his ability to move without the ball, as it would make him a more lethal off-ball threat. Coach Jones on Davis: “Jeremiah is a good athlete. Excels at getting downhill and finishing. He’s a good team player and had a great attitude throughout the day. He has a chance to play at the next level.” Davis did a lot of things well during his time at camp, especially for his age, and will be a prospect to watch emerge for High Point Christian sooner than later.
#110: 6’2 ’26 Caleb Gaither (Providence)
Moving onto a player who already possesses a lot of appeal as an overall prospect, Caleb Gaither. He’s a long, smart, skilled wing prospect with a smooth perimeter jumper and reliable penetration sense. Gaither handles the ball well and can effectively create scoring opportunities for himself and others off the bounce. He’s unselfish and willing to make the right read whenever possible, but is also capable of asserting himself and taking over whenever necessary. Gaither contains his assignment well defensively, rebounds nicely for his size, and shows a desire to make hustle plays as needed. He’s already capable of doing everything and producing in various different roles on the court. Next in his development process is working on his ability to move without the ball, as it would make him an even better spot-up option. Coach Jones on Gaither: “Caleb plays at his own pace. Always under control. Makes the right play with the ball in his hands. Hits the open three-pointer and can penetrate and finish at the rim.” Gaither proved to be an asset throughout camp and should be a focal point for Providence going forward.
#127: 6’4 ’25 Caleb Tillman (Statesville)
(Evaluation unavailable due to injury)
#131: 6’5 ’25 Joshua Luke (Lake Pointe Academy)
Finishing up, we look at a player who consistently stood out through his motor and rebounding presence, Joshua Luke. He’s a strong, scrappy forward/post prospect with solid touch, defensive instincts, and the ability to produce as a low-maintenance piece. Luke is a quality midrange shooter and capable threat from beyond the arc, but primarily looks to apply pressure as a post scorer and overall finisher around the basket. He displays great off-ball awareness as a defender and runs the floor hard in transition. Luke plays to his strengths and doesn’t force the action on either end. Next in his development process is working on his passing ability, as it would make him a more complete player. Coach Jones on Luke: “Joshua sets solid screens and rolls with a purpose. He rebounds out of his range and can finish at the rim. Needs to continue working on his foot speed and defending the ball better.” Luke stood out as a reliable contributor throughout his time at camp and should be a useful piece for Lake Pointe Academy over the coming years.