2023 Corey Gibbs (Kingsmen Academy): Gibbs impressed with his strong play today when watching him on the Arena court, as he went for 23 points in the game and scored in a variety of ways. He was aggressive in getting downhill, creating off the dribble and getting into the paint, but also knocked down shots from a variety of levels with confidence.

2023 Marcus Overstreet (Feltrim Academy National): Overstreet continues to be a name that pops up on my radar, as the 6'9 forward continues to show flashes of what he is capable of being. Overstreet does a great job in being an interior presence, finishing over and around defenders, and showcasing his motor on the court. He is a long, fluid prospect that plays hard, making his presence felt on both ends.

2024 Eric Ihekwaba (Montverde PG): Ihekwaba is one of those young bigs that you have to get excited about with his size. He has the sure size that you like for a younger prospect, bring a physical interior presence. Ihekwaba does a nice job in positioning himself in the paint, carving out space and sealing defenders, and really being strong on the glass. One to continue to watch as he develops.

2023 Nick Jones (Olympus Prep): Jones put on an absolute show once again, scoring all over the court and filling it up. He does a great job in creating for himself, making plays and rising over defenders. The 6'1 guard was able to get to his spots but also get to the line consistently as well, as he fills it up and makes it look easy at times.

2023 Earle Greer (Rocktop National): Greer continues to be a name that impresses with his pure scoring ability, as the 6'8 filled it up and did so in strong fashion. He was able to make so many plays off the bounce, score effectively in the paint, finish well around defenders and can do an array of ways/levels, and can stretch the floor with his perimeter game.

2023 Aaron Hall (Combine PG): Hall is a forward that goes a bit under the radar with his activity level and presence all around the basket, whether on the offensive or defensive end. Hall continues to finish with strength and power, strong at the rim and through contact. The forward can be a force on the boards as well. Just a strong force down in the paint.

2023 Andre Wright (Speights Academy): Really liked what I saw out of the smaller guard, as he seemed to have his hands in everything on the court. Wright was excellent in making plays, pushing the pace, reading the floor, creating and getting by defenders, finding and delivering terrific passes to set up open shots for his teammates, and also being a pest defensively. Really loved his overall presence as he leads the charge for his team.

2023 Cannon Keziah (Flight 22): Keziah is a savvy guard who continues to showcase his ability to be effective and can be an offensive weapon on the court. He knows how to knock down shots at an efficient rate, can display nice range from outside, and is such a competitor on the court on both sides of the floor. Really opens up the floor with his three-point shooting.

2023 Jalen Carruth (Kingsmen Academy): Carruth has one of his best days at the event, showing more of his offensive capability, his ability to be effective in a variety of ways, and competes at a high level on the court. He really showed how effective he can be in stretching the defense, stepping out from behind the arc consistently, and use his size to guard multiple positions.

2023 KJ Vasser (TSF Global):'Vasser had a huge day and has been a name popping up more and more with his play. He continues to show his ability to be a knockdown shooter with tremendous range, and is such a tough guard. Has the green light and has a ton of confidence in his shot-making ability, gets to his spots, and really can be a knock down shooter. Very impressive showing once again on Day 2.