6'11 '24 Gabriel Mabor (Hoop Dreams Academy)
Despite playing with a different team than usual, Mabor still provided his normal amount of production. He's long, mobile, and capable of consistently wreaking havoc inside the paint on both ends of the floor. Mabor altered shots, controlled the glass, and capitalized on finishing opportunities around the basket. That being said, he also showed an improved comfort level as a midrange shooter and scorer out of the post. Mabor understands how to thrive as a rim-runner in basically every setting or situation.
6'7 '24 Ari Fulton (Blue Diamond Wildcats)
Although there are plenty of notable prospects on the Blue Diamond Wildcats, it's impossible to ignore everything Fulton did in this showing. Sure, others might've tallied higher point totals, but one could easily argue that he was the most impactful player on either team. Between his motor, rebounding presence, and defensive versatility, Fulton impacts the game without ever needing to score. However, he's certainly polished enough to apply offensive pressure in various different ways. Fulton can score from the elbows, low block, beyond the arc, or when attacking off the bounce.
6'7 '27 Desmond Harrington (SC Rebels)
The SC Rebels roster is loaded with intriguing prospects, which certainly includes Harrington and his world of upside. He's the youngest player on this roster, yet has no issue producing within the flow of the action. Harrington finds most of his opportunities through simply playing hard, doing the dirty work, and filling in the gaps on both ends of the floor. He already possesses great physical tools and a lot of intrigue, so it'll be exciting to monitor his progression going forward.
5'11 '24 JJ Rembert (Outwork Family)
In a time where so many guards struggle to separate themselves from the pack, Rembert is certainly different from the rest. He's a heady, intelligent floor general who shines through his incredibly high motor and team-oriented mentality. Though slightly undersized, Rembert is a nightmarish defender with the blend of energy, quickness, and toughness to cause a ton of problems for opponents. He mirrors opposing ball-handlers and forces turnovers at a quality rate, which regularly leads to fast-break opportunities. Rembert is also a sharp playmaker and capable scoring option. He simply leaves it all on the court.
6'1 '24 Isaiah Styron (NC Wildcats Gary)
After seeing him stand out as a focal point for the entire summer, folks shouldn't be surprised that Styron continues to lead this group. He's a quick, heady point guard with a crafty handle, sharp playmaking sense, and high level of creativity. Styron is arguably at his best in the open floor, where he's proven to be a reliable passer, finisher, and overall decision-maker. That being said, he's also more than comfortable dictating the action in the halfcourt. Styron is a scrappy defender with great instincts for getting deflections and forcing turnovers. He, like the rest of this list, should appeal to next-level coaches.
5'7 '30 Heavenly Craig (Alexander Cougars)
Despite being among the youngest players in attendance, it's already easy to see the long-term appeal with Craig. She's still developing, but clearly possesses a notable combination of feel, toughness, and ball skills. In this showing, Craig caused problems defensively, filled in the gaps as an offensive option, and controlled the glass with relative ease. She showed the ability to finish, hit jumpers, or make the correct pass to a teammate. Though early, Craig will be one to monitor over the coming years.