2025 Tyshaun Goldston (Mid State): Goldston really introduced himself to start the day, as the dual-sport prospect really made his impact felt in a variety of ways. The 6'4 prospect was able to not only play strong and finish well offensively but also made several plays defensively as well. Really was able to showcase his athleticism on the floor on Day 2.

2026 Jeremiah 'Juice' McIlwaine (Up Next): 'McIlwaine was one of those players that simply left it all out there on the court, played hard all the time, had a tremendous motor, and made his impact felt on both sides.' McIlwaine was tough and physical, making strong plays in getting downhill and finishing tough baskets.' Also loved his energy on the defensive end as well.

2025 Jake Cackovic (Strong Center): Cackovic continues to be a name that pops up for me and brings intrigue to the court. He is one that has tremendous size at 6'6, moves really well all around the court, understands how to make plays around the basket, but also can show his ability to knock down shots from an array of levels. Tough matchup to have on the court and he will be interesting to watch as he continues to develop.

2026 Juda King (Team Charlotte 321): Really liked what I saw from the freshman guard, as he filled it up and led the charge to start the day for his team. Loved his ability to score from all areas on the court, creating and making plays downhill, knocking down shots, and displaying a confident offensive game. He will be one to monitor more down the road.

2025 Jaylen Cross (CP3): It is easy to see why Cross is one of the top players in his class, and he continues to make strides in his game and add more to his arsenal.' When you watch him operate, Cross does an excellent job in being able to make plays in an array of ways, whether it is scoring and getting downhill, creating and dishing to teammates, or making plays on the defensive end. Love his overall feel and impact on the court.

2023 Tim Hall (Team EAT): Hall had a huge senior season and should (and did) continue that throughout this travel ball season. Hall is such an athletic prospect that simply can fill it up. He is athletic in finishing at the rim time after time, can step out and make plays as well, and is relentless on the boards.' You have to enjoy watching a player that leaves it all out on the court.

2023 Graham Worland (Team Loaded 828): Worland continues to show how effective of a weapon he can be in stretching the floor and using his size to his advantage. Worland shoots the ball with such confidence from behind the arc, displaying a smooth release with tremendous range. But he also uses that 6'5 frame to find ways to be effective in other areas of the court. He can really be an x-factor for his team when he has it going from outside.

2026 JR Adams (CP3 Select): Adams has now put together two strong events and the young point guard is really starting to make a bigger name for himself.' Adams just plays so hard and battles everytime he steps on the court. Adams just finds ways in creating off the dribble, scoring over or around defenders, and isn't afraid to display his deep range as well. Crafty, shifty point guard that has been playing at a high level the last few weeks.