2023 Angelo Alexander (CC Elite 17u): Alexander did a nice job in mixing it up, creating off the dribble, finding ways to get inside the paint, and knocking down shots.  Mixed it up nicely from multiple levels with his game and showed a confident pull-up game.

2024 Carlos Vazquez (Eastern Carolina Phenomz): Vazquez continues to be a name that pops up over the last year with his production level. His ability and mobility on the court, showing he can step out and his comfort level from outside but also putting it on the deck and finishing strong around the basket.  Always seems to get his hands on the ball and makes plays; also love his activity level on the boards.

2022 Neeko Taylor (Raising Young Men): Taylor started out a little slow but really started to come about and help his team in a big way, showing his range in knocking down six three-pointers and also penetrating the lane. He was a consistent scoring threat all game long, as he went off four 30 points to start his weekend.

2024 Luke Morgan (NLPB 336 Adams): Morgan should be a name that catches on more with coaches, especially the more you look at the 6’8 young forward.  He continues to get better each time we watch him, uses his size well and finishes with nice touch, and continues to show that he can step out and be a presence with his jumper.

2024 Gage Lattimore (Carolina Clutch): Lattimore had a strong weekend not long ago and it seems that he is continuing into this weekend. He really has stepped up his scoring power, showing his ability to create for himself, get paint touches or create space for his shot.  Lattimore continues to show that he can score in a variety of ways and started off the weekend well.

2022 Charles McClennahan (Team United GSO): McClennahan continues to be an unsigned senior that you have to like what he provides and his production. Never really needing the spotlight, the 6’7 forward does a great job in staying active and engaged on the court, creating extra opportunities, and using his length and size to be effective inside the paint and on the boards.

2024 Bryson Castillo (Team Chemistry 17): Castillo did a good job in finding the holes in the defense and showing his smooth feel on the court.  On multiple occasions, he was able to spread the flood, find the opening in the defense, and knock down shots from behind the arc. He has a smooth feel to his game and plays at his speed; strong showing playing up today.

2022 Griffin Powell (NC Spartans USS): Powell is one that I think more coaches should look at with his 6’7 long body, his ability to finish around the basket but also really show how confident he is from behind the arc. A wing type prospect with a confident shot from multiple levels, Powell continues to produce every time on the court.