2023 Demarion Reynolds (EA Prep): Reynolds had a solid showing to start his weekend, as the strong-bodied prospect was able to really excel in getting downhill. Whether it was creating and taking his man off the dribble, attacking in transition, finishing strong at the rim, or making a variety of other plays, Reynolds was consistent all throughout his showing early on.

2027 Tristan Gaddy (Charlotte Dragons): Gaddy was part of the younger group early on that captured some eyes with his play. He really was able to display a solid overall feeling for the game, make plays for himself, and for others also. Gaddy really mixed it well offensively, scoring and creating inside but also making his opponents pay from outside as well.

2028 Jalen Culp (Beast Mode Elite): Culp came right out of the gate to put on a strong show to lead his team. When you look at him as a prospect, you can see he already presents good size for his position and brings a lot of activity to the court. Time after time, he was able to get to the basket and score strong over defenders, and being a true leader on the floor with a strong motor.

2025 Trevor Best (Team Wall): Best was one of the leaders early on for his team, as he continues to showcase his scoring capability as well as his ability to put pressure on the defense. He mixed it up in a variety of ways with his ability to get to the line, create off the bounce, or find ways to knock down shots from multiple levels.

2024 Jullien Cole (Team Wall): Cole continues to shine on the bright spot on the floor, and I expect him to only continue his strong play in what could be a big summer for him. Cole has the size you like, but he really is showing more of his full potential in making plays off the dribble to create and get by defenders, but also display his confidence from the perimeter.

2024 Grady Schwartz (Atlanta Timberwolves): Schwartz is a 6'8 wing prospect that excelled in his ability to put the ball on the floor, use his length to get the basket, and finish with a nice touch around the basket. He was consistent all throughout in his attack, but also was able to make plays in several other ways on the court.

2026 Tre Raymon (Team Charlotte): It is clear that Raymon has been putting in the work, as he looks bigger and strong, but he also has added more to his game. Not just an outside presence with his shot-making ability, Raymon is showing more of his overall feel in making plays off the bounce, using his length and skillset to his advantage, and also attacking the basket.