2024 Josh Bullock (Northside Christian):

Bullock continued to have a strong showing throughout the event. He is a tough, rugged guard who excels out in transition and shows his quickness with the ball in his hands. Bullock creates well around defenders, getting paint touches, and either scoring or dishing. He is a guard that impacts and competes in a variety of ways and showed that consistently at the event.

2025 Abu Yarmah (Moravian Prep):

Yarmah continues to flourish as a shooter, showing that he is much more than a 66 athlete as well. Time after time, he was able to get to his spots off the ball, and has been excellent in catch-and-shoot situations from deep. On Day 2, he hit six big threes to help his team to a tough victory, and with his shot-making ability along with size, he should garner more attention from college programs.

2025 Isaiah Henry (Cannon):

Henry, along with Swartz, were strong in a very competitive game on Day 2 with Forsyth Country Day. Henry though was able to be a strong presence throughout, continuing to be that bully and physical downhill presence as well as his ability to knock down shots from multiple levels. He also was strong on the boards both offensively and defensively, coming up with big plays throughout the day.

2026 Q Williams (Forsyth Country Day):

Was impressed with Williams and his impact on the floor. The point guard just seemed to be everywhere on the floor, running the show, reading the defense, creating and getting around the defense, and finishing tough shots inside the paint. Williams though was excellent in other ways, including rebounding, passing, and defensively.

2024 Kameron Taylor (Carmel Christian):

Taylor may be the biggest stock riser throughout the event, and college coaches should be swarming his way. He offers so much on the court with his explosiveness and athleticism, as he continues to thrive in getting to the rim and finishing over defenders or at the rim.  But he is showing more of his ability to knock down shots, bringing a terrific overall offensive feel.  Also love his impact on the boards.

2024 Makoi Mabor Marier (Gaston Christian):  

Mabor showed why he is one of the best bigs around, as he just brings a relentless energy and motor to the court.  Time after time, he battled in the paint and just physically dominated down low. He finished strong through defenders around the basket, and was relentless on the boards, both offensively and defensively. It is why so many schools are making him a priority and more schools are showing interest.