6’2 ’23 Trevor Barrett (Team Loaded 828)
There’s a slew of intriguing unsigned prospects on this Team Loaded 828 squad, which certainly includes Barrett. He’s a smart, unselfish point guard prospect with excellent vision and playmaking ability. Barrett is a reliable scorer who can apply pressure from all levels and make plays with or without the ball in his hands. He’s great in the open floor and meticulously runs a team in the half-court, but also knows how to cut and spot-up. Barrett also defends his position and rebounds well for his size.
6’3 ’25 Greyson Land (Strong Center)
It’s easy to see the balance of this Strong Center group, and Land’s well-rounded identity a massive key to their approach. He’s a steady wing prospect with a quality feel and high motor on both ends of the floor. Land can pass, shoot, and handle the ball, but understands how to naturally fill in the gaps or expand his production as needed. He’s a quality defender and rebounder who consistently does the little things.
5’9 ’23 JP Peterkin (Team Official)
In terms of top defensive players, it would be impossible to go without mentioning Peterkin and his menacing nature. He’s slightly undersized but makes up for it with an incredible blend of quickness, toughness, and general instincts. Peterkin is a suffocating defender who consistently harasses opposing ball-handlers into miscues or turnovers. He’s a nice penetrator with the ability to finish or set up others. College coaches in need of a gritty guard would be wise to get involved.
6’0 ’24 Armani Henderson (Team Eat)
There are so many useful pieces for Team Eat, and Henderson has been as impressive as anyone. He’s a quick, tough, scrappy lead guard with phenomenal speed in the open floor and a sharp penetration sense. Henderson gets to the basket whenever he wants and finishes with consistency, but can also set up others with ease. He possesses a lethal midrange pull-up and is capable of knocking down jumpers from beyond the arc.
6’5 ’25 Jaylen Cross (Team CP3)
Although the CP3 roster is full of enticing prospects, Cross was arguably their most impressive performer throughout the day. He’s a natural leader and all-around player who consistently affects all facets of the game, does the dirty work, and sets the tone on both ends of the floor. Cross is a terrific defender and rebounder, but also displayed the ability to calmly and reliably control the offense with the ball in his hands. He looks to make the right play on every single possession and always plays within the framework of the team structure. Cross is the type of player who contributes to winning.
6’3 ’24 J3 Swindell (NC Rise)
In each of NC Rise’s games, Swindell managed to stand out as a clear tone-setter. He’s a strong, sturdy wing/forward prospect with polish and a fairly well-rounded skillset. Swindell offers a versatile offensive presence between his ability to pass, dribble, shoot, and alter his approach based on matchup. He utilizes his body well around the basket, creates his own shot effectively off the bounce, and is a capable spot-up threat. Swindell also rebounds and offers a physical presence on defense.
6’6 ’23 Abrahm Driver (Juice All-Stars)
The Juice All-Stars group has a variety of intriguing pieces, which definitely includes Driver and everything he brings to the table. He’s a steady post prospect with touch, footwork, great hands, and the ability to finish seemingly whatever he attempts inside the paint. Driver is a reliable passer and capable midrange shooter, but prefers to exploit mismatches around the basket. He maintains a consistent presence on the glass and runs the floor well in transition.
5’11 ’24 Isaiah Sanders (Big Shots Elite)
Although Big Shots Elite is very balanced, it’s impossible to ignore everything Sanders does for this group. He’s a polished, scrappy guard prospect with quality creation skills and the ability to apply scoring pressure from all levels. Sanders can set up others, dictate the offense, and understands how to make an impact as a defender and rebounder. He displays great quickness and a crafty handle.