6’4 ’26 Isaiah Williams (CC Elite)

The appeal should be fairly obvious with someone like Williams, who possesses incredible physical tools at such a young age. While he is taller than most at this point, it’s his actual length and actual wingspan that makes such a strong impression throughout the course of a game. Williams finishes, rebounds, and block shots, but also highlights some enticing flashes of feel and skill. He showed flashes of being able to dribble, shoot, and make decisive moves out of the post. 

6’5 ’26 Will Stevens (Triple Threat Academy)

Though somewhat unassuming at first glance, Stevens is clearly a player worth noting for the future. He possesses phenomenal size, but his skillset is arguably what makes him such a problem for the opposition. Stevens scores extremely well around the basket and spaces the floor at a high percentage, but can also attack closeouts as needed. He utilizes his length very well to secure rebounds and alter shots within the paint. Stevens has the tools to develop into a really enticing prospect. 

6’6 ’22 Nygie Stroman (Flight 22)

Few teams on display were as balanced as Flight 22, and Stroman is a massive part of their overall identity. He showcases flashes of inside-out ability and has the necessary size to effectively play inside or outside the paint. Stroman defends multiple positions and does a little bit of everything within the flow of the action. He’s also a capable rebounder and makes plays in transition. Stroman also ended up deciding the outcome of this game, scoring the final basket in overtime.

6’1 ’22 Jondale Stanley (Piedmont Classical)

After a strong showing yesterday, Stanley continues to impress with his crafty shot-making ability. He’s a useful passer and scrappy defender, but genuinely seems to be at his best when creating and applying scoring pressure. Stanley is excellent in the midrange, but also shoots the ball very well from distance and finishes nicely through contact. He can effectively operate with or without the ball in his hands. Stanley, like the rest of this team, should be a priority for various college coaches. 

6’0 ’25 Collin Ball (Crown Academy)

While it might not show up on the stat sheet, Ball’s hustle and blue-collar approach make him an incredibly valuable piece to this Crown Academy squad. He’s a tough, unselfish forward prospect who plays bigger than his size would imply, both as a defender and rebounder. Ball is a capable finisher and perimeter shooter with a willingness to make the extra pass whenever possible. Consistently does the little things to win. 

6’10 ’22 Fidel Mpanzo (Combine Regional)

Although he’s still developing, it’s easy to see the strides Mpanzo has made over the recent months. Not only has he added strength, but he clearly looks more comfortable on both ends of the floor. Mpanzo still finishes, rebounds, and block shots, but has visibly improved in each of those areas. He doesn’t force the action and understands how to embrace his role within the flow of the action.