2024 Jordan Dixon (NLPB Team Select):

Dixon has been producing big time all throughout this summer on the Phenom Hoops platform. Whether he has been putting up big numbers, flying high to finish thunderous dunks, creating and finishing strong, or knocking down shots from multiple levels, Dixon has been a consistent producer on the court with his play.  He has been earning some more attention his way, but he continues to play at a high level. Dixon is strong in the way he attacks, plays with tremendous energy, and is the ultimate team-guy on the court. 

2024 Jullian Mack (Grindhouse):

Talk about a player putting everyone on notice more, 2024 Jullian Mack has been putting on a show so far this summer. No matter who he has been playing with, Mack is simply putting up huge numbers and showing how big of an offensive weapon he can be.  He is a quick, athletic scoring guard that is able to get to the rim, create off the bounce, or knock down shots from all levels.  He can make you pay from behind the arc, or he has the speed to get by defenders and attack.  Mack is having a big summer and is one to watch out for more.

2025 Elijah Melton (Sandhills):

I’ve been a fan of what I’ve seen and the growth from Melton over the last few months.  Melton has really flourished as a strong forward and you can see that he is starting to understand how he can operate, where he excels, and how physical he can be on the court. Melton continues to finish strong at the rim, be a physical presence in the paint and on the boards, and show that he can be an explosive finisher.  I believe he is going to be one that starts popping up more on college coaches’ boards this summer and the upcoming high school season.

2024 Madden Collins (Upward Stars Columbia):

Collins opened up some more eyes to his style of play and what he can provide on the court.  He shined as a leader on the court, running the offense well, creating opportunities for himself, and showing that he can fill it up when his team needs him.  On several occasions, he had big games and showed that the 6’2 prospect has added more to his game.  Collins is also a reliable presence on the defensive end as well.

2024 D’anate Howard (Team TNG):

Howard has been a new name popping up more and more over the last few weeks, and he was consistently the go-to player for TNG at the Phenom MDC. Howard is a long, athletic guard out of Georgia that really caught more eyes with his game; whether it was athleticism in finishing at the rim or simply finding other ways to produce, Howard was consistent all weekend long.  With what he has shown over the last few weeks, the 6’4 prospect would be one that I would check out more.