2021 6’5 Graham Calton (PSB Elite 17u Lowery): Calton continues to show that he can produce on multiple levels for his team. The strong, sturdy prospect can battle down low and always seems to get his hands on the ball. Usually defended by bigger opponents, Calton also shows a smooth perimeter feel to his game.

2021 6’6 Jalen McDonald (Team EAT 17u): He is simply a show and people better start buying their tickets now. Whether it is getting fans out of their seats with show-stopping dunks or getting out and finishing through contact, McDonald plays with a different mindset on the floor.

2022 6’6 Anthony Sellars (TLBA 2022): Sellars brought it on Day 3, giving everyone some great videos of his throwdowns. On the day though, he showed explosion and the ability to finish through defenders. He finished around the rim well and he is continuing to show he can step out from the perimeter.

2021 6’2 Austin Medlin (Defenders 2020): We recently wrote about Medlin and his game, as he doesn’t bring a ton of flash but really effective, especially showing his range. On Day 3, he showed his ability to be a knock down shooter, hitting seven 3-pointers on the way to 25 points.

2021 Bobby Pettiford (Tea Marie 17u): Pettiford really set the tone for his team in the second half, creating once again off the dribble, playing low and attacking the hips of defenders. Downhill, Pettiford has almost unguardable on the floor but also makes timely passes.

2021 Daylen Berry (Tea Marie 17u): Berry makes plays with ease. He brings a great combination of attacking the rim with a smooth, effortless touch while also knocking down shots from the perimeter. Berry is a very good two-way player, getting it done on both ends.

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