2025 Larenz Stevenson (CBG): I liked what I saw out of the 2025 6'5 prospect from AL Brown, as he is a name that one could start tracking more as he develops.' He fits what you are looking for in a prospect, as he is long and athletic, shows flashes of his potential, and is one that is still just scratching the surface of what he could ultimately be. Stevenson would be someone to watch out for more.
2024 Juke Harris (Blue Diamond Wildcats): It was a surprise to see Harris but we were excited to see the Wake Forest commit in action, as he didn't disappoint with a 43-point showing to start his day.' He did much of his damage in getting inside the defense, using his size to finish right over defenders and get to the rim countless times.' When you add that to his perimeter shooting that he has shown, we can't wait to see what mark he can make in the ACC in the coming years.
2026 Nick Keith (Team United Triad): Keith was impressive on Day 1, as he went for 30 points but I was also impressed overall with his feel and playmaking.' He really was able to show his vision and passing ability all throughout the court, finding teammates and making impressive passes. But he put on a scoring display as well, as he couldn't be stopped and really did a great job in making plays off the dribble.
2026 Korie Corbett (SC Rebels): Corbett continues to flourish as a big-time prospect down in South Carolina, and he showed why here at the Summer Finale. Strong, athletic, and was an absolute big-time presence in getting downhill but also was able to mix it up in a variety of ways.' He continues to make strides and add more to his game, as he will be a target for many programs.
2025 Mike Brown (Team Holley): Brown has been a name that has put up some big-time performances and he did so once again, going for 30+ points to start the day and backed it up with another strong performance. He did it in so many ways, knocking down shots, finding ways to get to the free throw line consistently, and he put on a show.
2025 Antonio McKoy (Carolina Rockets): Excited to see what McKoy can show this upcoming season but he gave us a glimpse of what we could be in store for at the Summer Finale. We all know about his athleticism and how explosive he can be as a prospect, but he showed more of his shot-making at times, good range, and really being able to operate from multiple levels.
2025 Jamarcus Brown (Team Amore): Brown has been one of the most underrated prospects this summer, as he simply understands how to lead his team and does so consistently. Strong, physical, bruising prospect that gets inside and finishes.' Brown just knows what he can do best and has had big performance after big performance at Phenom events.
2024 Jahseem Felton (Outwork Family): It was great seeing our guy back with Phenom, as I was really impressed with his shot creativity, getting to his spots, pulling up with his mid-range and from behind the arc, but also creating off the bounce and getting to the rim. Competed, played hard, made plays, and led his team in both games on Day 1. Can't wait to see what he does this upcoming high school season.
2027 Brayden Gatling (Team Crews): Gatling is a young scoring guard that was able to create getting downhill, showcased good handles, make plays off the dribble, and plays with a toughness on the court.' He was a standout before and has continued to elevate his game.' Continue to like his ability to create for himself and was a consistent scorer all game long.
2024 Bishop Boswell (Outwork Family): The time has flown by watching this young man on the court, and it has been great to see how he has developed into a big-time prospect.' Boswell just knows how to make plays happen with the ball in his hands; pushing the tempo, reading and seeing the floor, dishing and setting up his teammates, creating well for himself, and just being a leader on the court.' Expect him to only continue that his upcoming season and into his college career.