2023 6’3 Caleb Foster (Team Curry 16u): Foster just plays ahead of his time, which is why several schools are jumping on him early. The blend of size and understanding, with a smooth feel is impressive.  Foster showed more of his outside game with 5 3-pointers as well.

2022 6’6 Cade Tyson (Team Curry 16u): Tyson has the size, IQ, and fluid shooting stroke that should attract college coaches more.  Tyson’s ability to step in rhythm and be a consistent knockdown shooter is strong but he also continues to work and create for himself off the dribble.

2022 De’Ante Green (Team CP3): Green just simply creates mismatch problems for teams with his size to rise over guards and small defenders but also bring out big men along the perimeter and knock down shots from the perimeter.  He worked really well in getting out in transition as well.

2022 Jalen Hood-Schifino (CP3 17u): Hood-Schifino continues to shows that he is one of the top guards in the country.  With his size as a guard, you can place him in multiple areas along the floor and he looks comfortable in operating.  He led the way in Game 1 on Saturday with 15 points, working effectively inside the arc and with touch.

2021 6’7 Dontrez Styles (CP3 17u): Styles showed why he is regarded as one of the top players in the country.  The wing prospect scores all over the floor with his athleticism, his ability to create space for himself, and to simply work on all three levels. 

2022 6’0 Presley Patterson (BMaze Elite 17u): Patterson showcased his shooting stroke on Day 2, scoring from the perimeter time after time.  Patterson has a fluid shooting motion that doesn’t need a ton of space to get off.

2021 6’1 Khalil Brantley (BMaze 17u): Brantley is simply a wired bucket getter.  Makes difficult scoring opportunities look easy and can do it effectively from all levels.  He can be a one-man wrecking crew and put up points in a hurry. Also showed off impressive bounce for his size.