6'7 '24 Edgar Escobedo (BSA Supreme)

It's easy to see the appeal with this BSA Supreme squad, and Escobedo is arguably among their most underrated pieces. He's a high-motor big man who truly doesn't require the ball to make an impact. Escobedo is a reliable finisher, rebounder, and shot-altering presence with an understanding of how to run the floor in transition. Escobedo does whatever the team needs, and doesn't try to play outside of his identity on either end of the floor. 

5'11 '25 Drew Johnson (Team Push)

The Team Push organization has a lot of enticing prospects, and Johnson is as appeal as anyone. He's young, but incredibly smart and crafty as a floor general. Johnson displays a quick first step and clear willingness to set up others, but also takes advantage of easy offensive opportunities and scores the ball with consistency from all levels. He's a sharp defender with great anticipation, unselfishness, and overall poise. Johnson is simply a reliable point guard.

6'5 '24 Rakease Passmore (Garner Road)

Although Garner Road receives a ton of attention, Passmore's overall growth still deserves recognition. He's visibly progressed as a playmaker and perimeter shooter, but has maintained his ridiculous explosion and downhill abilities. Passmore is a strong, physical wing with toughness and solid cutting instincts. He also rebounds well and has clear upside as a defender. Expect to continue hearing his name over the coming years. 

6'8 '24 Landon Johnson (Carolina Riptide)

There were various standouts for the Carolina Riptide, and Johnson was arguably their most impressive prospect. He's long, physical, and fairly skilled'especially for his size. Johnson can reliably finish, rebound, block shots, and space the floor, but also takes opponents off the bounce whenever possible. He's very mobile for size/position and still has a ton of upside remaining. Johnson should trend upward over the coming years. 

6'8 '23 Max Frazier (Durham Hurricanes)

The Durham Hurricanes were definitely among the more competitive teams on display, and Frazier was a massive part of that. He's extremely long and mobile with athleticism and a willingness to play hard on both ends of the floor. Frazier utilizes his length very well to finish, secure rebounds, and disrupt opponents defensively. He's young for his age and should only continue to trend upward over the foreseeable future.