2025 Yohance Connor (1of1 Elite): Team 1 of 1 is loaded with talent but on Day 1, Connor was assertive and showcased his presence on both ends of the court. He displayed tremendous activity on the defensive end, getting after it, playing scrappy, and also understands how to create and capitalize on his own opportunities, scoring-wise. Continues to get downhill and finish.
2025 LJ Britt (Team USC 2025): Britt was one that captured our eyes at the SC Team Camp and he did so once again. Even though it was a tough day, matchup-wise, Britt continues to show his ability to be a scoring threat. Displayed a smooth jumper from a variety of areas while also using his big frame to get downhill and finish through defenders.
2025 TJ Drain (Loyalty United): Drain is a new name to the program but the 6’7 really opened some eyes with Phenom Hoops. Long forward played with a great motor, ran the floor well for a young big, was active on the glass, and really used his length to his advantage to finish around the basket with a nice touch. Had a great showing on Day 1 with 24 points.
2026 Juelz Williams (Dunn Wildcats): What a show this young man put on to start the event. Williams came out and absolutely took over the game, scoring in any way possible on the floor. He finished with 41 of his team’s 67 points in the win, created and beat his defenders often, was able to get inside and get into the paint, and also knocked down shots from a variety of levels. What a showing to start his weekend.
2024 Braylhan Thomas (Team Charlotte): Thomas really showed out on Day 1, and you can continue to see his game developing as a prospect. We know about his outside game and his ability to be a threat from behind the arc, but he was assertive in getting downhill, attacking in transition, showing his athleticism in the open floor, and his ability to go through contact. Really good showing with 27 points to lead his team on Day 1.
2023 Antonio Perkins (1of1): Perkins came up big in several moments for his team in what was a close game throughout. The guard really moved well without the ball, found the openings in the defense, was able to show his ability to score around the basket around defenders, and also hit a big three late to help his team.
2023 Damari Alston (Team SNOW): Whether it was on the offensive or defensive end, it seemed that Alston had his hands in everything on Day 1. He ran the floor well, finished effectively around the basket, and was able to capitalize on scoring opportunities in transition, but also make his presence felt on the defensive end with some strong blocks and attacking the boards.
2022 Dyshawn Taylor (Defenders): The quick guard was playing with a ton of confidence on Day 1 and was showing his ability to light it up on the floor. Let’s put it this way, this young man was absolutely FEELING it from three, as he hit 13 threes in the game. He was letting it fly all game long and showcased his confidence from behind the arc.