2023 Anthony Breland (Charlotte Elite Academy): We have known about Breland’s ability to score the basketball, and he has only continued to show that with his ability to create, get around defenders, knock down shots from multiple levels, etc. But also really liked his ability to get others involved, drive and dish, and be an unselfish player to help his team.

2023 Bryce Wilkins (Franklin Prep): Wilkins caught a few eyes on Day 1 and played even better on Day 2. The 6’7 versatile prospect really displayed the ability to play multiple positions on the court, defending along the perimeter well but also making his mark down in the paint. He finished well through contact on multiple occasions to lead his team.

2024 Isaiah Denis (1of1): The young sophomore has continued to grow and develop his game nicely and should be a name to be looking at hard in the class of 2024.  He has shown that he can be an effective shot-maker from all levels but also excels in getting downhill and attacking, using his long frame to finish or get to the line.

2022 Tito Majok (Olympus Prep): Majok opened more eyes about his game on Day 2. It is hard to miss him with his 6’10, long athletic frame but his ability to step out, stretch the floor, and be a threat from the outside, makes him intriguing. On Day 2, he knocked down multiple threes from outside as well as use his length to impact shots, guard multiple positions, and help on the boards.

2022 Jadarion Chapman (Flight 22): Though a smaller guard, Chapman really led the charge in a tough battle here on Day 2. He scored the ball well, displayed a confident jumper from multiple levels, and he is a quick, shifty guard that can make a defense work. Strong play from the senior guard.

2022 Kent King (Fork Union): King continues to stand out well for this team, especially with his balance play, his athleticism, and his skill set on both ends of the floor. He brings a nice presence to the court on both ends and uses his frame well to his advantage. He finished leading the charge on Day 2 with 12 points.

2022 Jamar Franklin (Speights Academy): To say that he set the tone for this team may have been an understatement, as he came out FIRING from all over the court. He scored 22 of his team’s first 23 points, stepping into his shot, knocking down threes from all over the court, and displaying a confident game with his jumper.

2023 Cardel Baily (TLAP): Baily finds himself again on the list of standouts for TLAP, as the junior 6’6 prospect was looking to be the go-to offensive threat on the court. On several occasions, he knocked down some tough shots with a defender right there but also showcase his explosiveness in creating and getting to the basket.

2022 Alex Doyle (DME PG): Doyle continues to be a name that you see stand out each game. He quickly stands out with his size at 6’10 but brings a unique aspect to the court and a tough matchup, especially with how comfortable he operates along the perimeter. Confident shooter with his jumper can stretch the floor from three, active on the boards, but can also put on the deck and score.

2022 Treyvon Byrd (Bull City Prep): Byrd continues to put on a show when he steps on the court. The high-flyer continues to show that he is able to score in a variety of ways, excelling out in transition, rising over defenders, and using his length to his advantage on both ends.

2023 Ethan Nsiona (Combine Regional): Nsiona was strong for his team on Day 2, really staying aggressive and relentless in his attack. He was able to penetrate and get out in transition well for easy baskets, showcasing his playmaking ability and strength in some tough finishes.