6’0 ’25 Beau Harvey (Rod Howard Select)

Despite Rod Howard Select being narrowly edged out, everyone watching should’ve been impressed with Harvey. Whether scoring, playmaking, forcing turnovers, or battling for extra opportunities, he was making a play on seemingly every single possession. Harvey handles the ball with poise, sets up others at a strong rate, and contains his position well defensively. He effortlessly dictated the offensive action from start to finish. Harvey will be a name to monitor going forward. 

5’10 ’24 Kareem Osman (New Light Disciples)

Given our viewings of Osman, it was difficult to be anything other than impressed with his performance in the first showing of the day. He’s quick, scrappy, and able to make smart decisions as a balanced floor general. Osman is arguably at his best when looking to set up others, but can also attack the basket and finish or knock down the occasional perimeter jumper. He’s a tough defender with great energy and the ability to force turnovers at a nice rate. Osman could be poised for a productive high school season. 

6’11 ’23 Callum Richard (Upward Stars)

After years of steady development, Richard has really blossomed into a quality two-way big man with length, touch, and timing. He’s a wiry and fundamental with the ability to finish above the rim or out of the post. Richard finishes well over either shoulder, can kick out to open teammates, and rebounds the ball effectively on either end of the floor. He runs well in transition and does a great job of capitalizing on his chances within the flow of the action. 

6’6 ’24 Paul McNeil (Richmond Jammers)

Though it should come as no surprise, McNeil continues to impress in virtually every setting. He’s a long, wiry, unselfish wing prospect with great feel and the ability to score in multiple different ways. McNeil is able to dominate the scoring column or calmly dictate the action as a primary creator. He’s a lethal spot-up threat with toughness and athleticism. The more defensive pressure he receives, the more likely he is to set up others. 

6’4 ’25 Christian Wilkins (1 of 1)
While one could choose a variety of worthy candidates from 1 of 1, Wilkins stood out through his well-rounded identity. He’s a strong, athletic, fairly skilled wing prospect with the ability to find success with or without the ball in his hands. Wilkins moves well without the ball, knocks down shots at a nice percentage, and attacks the basket whenever available. He’s quite adaptable to the team’s needs and will alter his approach as required. Wilkins will definitely be a prospect to monitor.