2023 Wesley Tubbs (Charlotte Supreme): You can already see that Tubbs has the length that will catch eyes but what really stands out first is his emotion, hustle, and willingness to leave it all out there. Such a competitor. As far as his game goes, he is a 6’5 long, wiry prospect that can create for himself or for his teammates. Just another big-time prospect in the 2023 class.
2021 6’6 Jacob Morgan (Carolina Riptide): Morgan was off the charts to end his Day 2, scoring 30 points in the win in an array of ways. Whether it is showing his bounce or his jumper, he did it all. What you also have to like is his ability to bet defenders down the court for easy transition buckets. Always moving.
2022 6’2 Gabe Proctor (Tea Marie 16u): What can one say… Proctor is not afraid of stepping up when called upon. Proctor knocked down multiple long-range shots; tough shots with defenders in his face. In the second half, he scored 12 big points to help lead his team to the win and he has done this countless times over the weekend.
2022 6’9 Jai Smith (Tea Marie 16u): Smith continues to produce and its hard to leave him off this list each time. He was dominant in the paint, finishing at the rim, running from end to end, and seemingly everywhere on the court. Finished with a strong 26 points and is really a name to start tracking big time.
2022 6’4 Evan Smith (Game Changers): Dillingham did his thing once again but Smith was the one that really set the tone in the first half on his way to an impressive 18 points. Smith plays tough and aggressive downhill, as he always seemed to have a hand on the ball. He showed toughness and embraced contact.