2024 Mason Mitchell (Team United Elite): Mitchell really played well on Day 1, showing just exactly what he can do, how he can produce, and his overall impact on the floor.  He filled it up and really brings a strong presence on both ends of the floor, as well as doing the dirty work.  He scored and finished well, showcased his bounce in this game, rebounded the ball well, and was engaged defensively.

2024 Justin Skelton (Team 803): Talk about making a statement coming out of the gate today! Going for 34 points, Skelton put on a clinic with his scoring. He continues to showcase his ability to knock down shots and his confidence in his release. But he also mixed it up really well and attacked to get to the line as well. What a performance today by the young man.

2029 Jeremiah Triplin (Dynamic 2029): It took about one minute to see this young man and generate interest in what he could be. He has the size for a player of his age that earns your attention, but then he backed it up in producing. He used his size well, played well in the paint, and we look forward in watching his growth overall.

2024 Christian Anderson (TSF): It was good to see Anderson back on the floor with Phenom Hoops and he didn’t disappoint. The Michigan commit was making plays in a variety of ways, whether it was making opponents pay with his outside shooting (something he has shown countless times), or his ability to finish smooth, or finding teammates.  Really enjoy watching how he operates on the court.

2025 Will James Jr. (Strong Center): Talk about having himself a summer! James continues to play big and be a dynamic weapon on the court, as you can see his game continues to expand. He is such an effective weapon, and his game is oozing with confidence right now. The 6’3 prospect makes plays after plays off the dribble, scoring strong, getting where he wants, and being a threat off the ball with his shot-making.

2024 Ryan Blount (Q6 All-Stars): Blount is one that we highlighted earlier in the month and he continues to showcase his production at a high level. This young man simply outworks his opponents on the court, whether displaying his footwork in the post, finding ways to score around defenders, creating and being physical, or simply outworking opponents on the glass. College coaches need to look his way.

2026 Will Stevens (Riptide): Talk about a kid that is elevating his play and really starting to come into his overall game. Stevens was all over the place and there is a lot to like with his game. At his length and size, he finishes well around the paint and over defenders but his ability to stretch the floor at his positions and hit shots from the perimeter has to have your attention.