2020 6’7 Dominque Davidson (Liberty Heights): Davidson played with a tremendous attitude and impacted the game on both ends of the floor. A big man with a strong body, Davidson displayed great touch around the rim but also a fantastic motor on the glass and bounce in his game, recording a few blocked shots.
2020 6’8 Keon Ambrose (ISA Academy): Ambrose played incredibly efficient on Day 1. Using his length and versatility, Ambrose continued to get downhill and create off the dribble. His ability to cover the entire length of the court with his dribble is tough to stop, while also getting after it on the boards. He can be a real mismatch on the floor.
2022 6’5 Jalen Hood-Schifino (Combine Academy): The Pittsburgh commit continues to play at a high level, playing and defending multiple positions, staying aggressive and getting into the paint, creating for himself at the free throw line or others.
2021 6’6 David Jones (Teays Valley): What can’t this young man do as a player. Combination of size, athleticism, power, and three-level scoring is almost unstoppable. Jones is an absolute high-major bucket getter and programs from around the country should be looking at him.
2020 6’5 Femi Odukale (Commonwealth): Odukale has the size, wingspan, and ability to be effective in several areas on the floor. With a great feel for the game both on and off the ball, Odukale showcased his fullcourt vision and understanding of teammates and ability to use his dribble to create for himself.
2020 6’8 Anouar Mellouk (Fork Union): Mellouk wasn’t the leading scorer but there were a lot of things that you have to like as he continues to develop his feel for the game. A 6’8 prospect that moves well, has fantastic soft touch on the floor, and the ability to step out for a mid-range shot. With his long arms, he is showed that he can be an effective two-way player and still room to grow.