2025 Donyell Wright (TMP): Wright was the leader for his team and played extremely well on Day 3 of Session 2, as the young prospect he was tremendous in getting to the basket, getting downhill and scoring effectively, while also finishing through contact.  Started his day off with a 25-point performance and is a name to monitor down in South Carolina.

2022 Kendrell Brooks (THG): The unsigned senior has had a strong weekend and could be an option for programs still looking. But the 6’3 guard has shown more of his offensive firepower, using his long length to create and get inside, but continues to show his ability to be a threat from outside and with range. 

2023 Tyler Chapin (Kings Mentality): In a tight game, Chapin went off for 25 points, helping lead his team to a narrow victory.  Chapin though was strong in creating with the dribble as well as showing his smooth and confident ability to knock down jumpers.  Very balanced game and showed poise on the floor.

2024 Isaiah Sanders (Rim Runners): Sanders was part of a balanced attack for the Rim Runners, who has been strong all weekend long. Sanders though was a crafty, shifty guard that was able to get around his defenders, get paint touches and get to the line, or show his shot-making ability from inside and outside the arc. Very balanced attack from the guard

2024 Grant Dryden (Riptide): Dryden did what he could to help his team, as the long, wiry prospect really showcased his quick shot and range.  Dryden did a great job moving without the ball and looking for his shot, knocking down threes confidently and displaying a quick release.  But he was also able to make plays off the dribble with a few smooth pull-ups as well.

2022 Korey Walton (Zaytoven): Zaytoven was an impressive team all weekend, and Walton captured our eyes with his leadership on the court. A vocal player, one that at plays hard on both ends, plays unselfish and makes team basketball, but also made strong moves and picked his spots well, Walton was a key piece for his team.

2023 Ethan Bowers (NC Spartans): Bowers has been a consistent shot-maker all weekend long.  A tough guard that plays with a great motor, he continued to do a great job in getting his shot off with confidence from three, but also putting it on the deck, finishing strong, and making strong plays.

2023 Elijah Burnett (Team Denver): Burnett had one of his best games of the weekend on Day 3, as the 6’2 guard showcased his playmaking skills on the court.  He was assertive offensively, attacking and creating off the dribble, seeing the floor, but also making an impact in a variety of other ways. High IQ guard on the court.

Hunter Watkins (Capital City Pacers): The 6’4 prospect has the frame as a forward but captured our eyes with his ability to create space and knock down shots from the perimeter.  Competitor on the court, Watkins hit six threes including a few step-back tough baskets.  A strong showing from the young man in what was an absolute battle.

2023 Bryson Davis (Team United): Davis has been strong all weekend long and one of the clear leaders and go-to scorers for this Team United team.  Strong, embraces physicality, creates well for himself, gets downhill and finishes, smooth off the dribble, and is a leader… Davis has had a strong summer and that should only continue this month and into the high school season.

2025 Christian Wilkins (1of1): Wilkins has really been a redundant name for me on the court in a good way. He has competed, been a leader, played strong and with a high IQ, makes good decisions, and has only continued to improve his shot from outside.  One can see he continues to build confidence and brings a strong presence and great energy to the court.