2025 Jonah Lawrence (Team Curry): Lawrence could be one of those breakout players that you hear about more this summer and especially this upcoming high school season. There is a lot to like about his game; his shot-making ability, his one-dribble pull-up, his size for his position, and he is showing more of his ability to get into the paint and create as well.  Consistent scorer each time he steps on the floor.

2025 Hayden Assemian (CP3): Assemian, I believe, is one of the more underrated national prospects out there.  This young man should have all eyes his way as he can be an absolute bully on the floor, not to mention athletic finisher at the rim. Assemian simply beats up on defenders, finishes extremely well through contact, and can punish players on the boards.  I do believe that his list will only continue to grow.

2025 Isaiah Henry (CP3): From when we watched him first as a young player, to where he is today, you can see that this young man has made a steady progression in his overall game and you can see why so many schools are looking his way.  Henry has really been able to develop his overall feel, adding more to his game, being able to score and be effective from multiple levels, and he continues to show that he is a high IQ player.

2024 Keenan Wilkins (Upward Stars Fagan): Wilkins certainly put on a show to start his day, putting his team on his back and showing why he can be a deadly weapon on the offensive end. There isn’t a shot that he doesn’t like, as he has tremendous range and can let it fly quickly. But he is also a speedy guard that gets by defenders and is hard to stay in front of.  He was all over the place today and shows why he can be an offensive difference-maker on the court.

2026 Cole Cloer (CP3): Cloer is going to be one that I would be jumping on early and believe he will be a national name sooner rather than later. Cloer is such a high-level, skilled prospect that has size, versatility, and does a great job in be effective in so many ways. Love his overall feel for the game at his age, but you add to his potential of what he ultimately will be… watch out! So much to like about his game to go along with his upside, as this is one that should be trending as a high-major prospect.

2025 Amarii King (Upward Stars): King is a player that just provides positive minutes on the court.  He is tough, strong, competitive, and can make his presence felt with or without the ball. King plays hard on the defensive end, really looking to get into defenders while also stepping up big offensively with big shots and finishing through contact.  Really just liked his overall presence and what he provided the team on Day 2.

2026 Cameron Newman (Team Charlotte): Just another guard that plays at a high level early on, Newman is one that you simply want the ball in his hands.  He plays with such poise, such feel, and a terrific IQ; Newman is a point guard that just makes his teammates all better on the court. He stepped up even more offensively, continuing to create and get paint touches, create and put pressure on the defense, and gets everyone involved as well.