2024 Grant Hamilton (CC Elite): It looked to be a big weekend for the 2024 guard and he has certainly proved himself once again on the big stage. Having a strong start on Day 1, he backed it up again with another strong Day 2, as he continues to fill it up. He plays with such feel and IQ, but also plays with something to prove to everyone. He can be a difference-maker with his outside shooting but can make defenses pay in so many other ways.

2024 Caden Windle (Pro One Select): Windle had a huge game with 23 points to lead his team in a tough overtime victory. He did everything he could, including getting the offensive rebound and game-winning free throws. Windle was all over the place, making those extra effort plays, knocking down shots, being assertive and creating, and simply showcasing his production.

2024 Jamarcus Brown (Team Amore): Brown had some people talking, so we had to go see what his game was all about; and we can see why there are college coaches looking his way. Brown has the size, the physicality, and can really bully opponents on both ends; all of which attract the eyes of viewers. Brown was relentless in his attack and has a high motor to his game, but I will also say that I liked what I saw defensively as well. Just seems to make plays everywhere he was on both ends.

2023 Tajmari Joyner (NC Invasion): Joyner was lighting it up and taking over the game for his team, as he went for 34 points. Joyner did a great job in creating and hitting shots from multiple levels in the first half, but also displayed his ability to create for himself and get to the free throw line. He did just that in the second half, as he led the way for his team in an impressive win.

2023 Jaydin Spillman-Martin (NC Rise): An unsigned senior that should have college coaches’ attention, Spillman is a true matchup problem. Why' With his size, his skill set and mobility, his comfort level in handling and bringing the ball up, and his ability to knock down jumpers as well as a soft touch and tremendous footwork around the basket, this is a big that can do so much and brings a ton of versatility. He would be a great snag for a program late.

2023 Jahlil Green (Roots Rockin): It isn't always about offense in the game of basketball that will catch your eye. Green was a difference-maker on offense and defense with his play, as the long prospect was not only able to be an offensive option at times, but he made a huge difference defensively in blocking and altering shots as well. Really good presence on both ends that impressed me in his team's win.

2024 Tyler Showalter (BSA Supreme): Showalter continues to play at a high level; it just seems that everything is starting to really click and he isn't shying away from playing at a high level. He checks off a lot of boxes with his 6'6 size, his fluid release, his ability to knock down threes, his versatility on the court, and how tough of a matchup he truly can be. He had some buzz coming into the event and he certainly continued that trend throughout the weekend with his play.