2025 Sadiq White (Team United): The progression that we have seen over the last year with White has been impressive and has to get you even more excited about the future for this young prospect.  He has great size at 6’7, runs the floor extremely well, is fluid and finish at the rim, can guard and play multiple positions, and his offensive game continues to expand as well as his confidence continuing to grow. 

2024 Jordan Vick (Team Trezz): It was great to see our guy Vick on the court at the Phenom G3 and though he started out slow, by did he come our firing and show why he is one of the top players in his class, going off for 25 of his 27 points in the second half. Vick is simply wired to score and makes it look easy at times, penetrating the lane, knocking down perimeter shots with his jumper, displaying impressive athleticism as a guard… He stepped even in a big way when his team needed him, showing he isn’t afraid to be the go-to guy at the end of the game.

2024 Stephen Quinn (Team Charlotte): Quinn continues to be a name that pops up and he certainly can be a specialty on the floor with his ability to knock down shots from beyond the arc.  And his range continues to be limitless, as he can pull up and has the utmost confidence with his jumper.  He showed it off today, knocking down seven threes to lead his team.

2025 Zymicah Wilkins (Team United): Wilkins is special, there is no getting around it. For a big man at his age, showing and operating like he does on the floor in incredibly impressive.  Whether it is his footwork in the post and getting around defenders, his activity level on the boards, his touch and soft hands offensively, his team-first attitude, or his ability to run the floor, Wilkins is GOING to be a priority for so many programs down the road.

2025 Trey Maddox (Team Slay): The 6’7 prospect certainly passes the eye test when you watch him, with a great frame as a young prospect, tremendous athleticism, gets to the basket and into the paint consistently, and finishes above the rim. A very unselfish prospect that gets it done on both ends of the court, and the upside/ potential in his game is big time.  Easy to see why he is ranked as one of the top prospects in the country.

2024 Paul McNeil (Richmond Jammers): McNeil showed why he is regarded as the top prospect in the state and why he is one of the top players in the country.  He came out in Game 2 with vengeance and when he is locked in, there isn’t anyone that could stop him, as he was scoring any way possible, showing his range with seven 3-pointers, creating off the dribble and getting to the basket, and impacting the game in a variety of ways. Big time performance with 41 points in Game 2.

2024 Mike Andino (Team MOAM): The Florida guard has been off the charts this entire weekend, really showing his ability to be a scorer on the floor and fill it up.  And that he has done, averaging around 30ppg so far throughout the event.  He displayed his ability to knock down shots, attack the basket and finish consistently, and showed how confident he is in his ability to score.

2024 Isaiah Otyaluk (Team Charlotte): Otyaluk played really well and is a newer name to start looking out. A wiry prospect for sure and one that will need and should get stronger, his wingspan and frame really helped him in finish over defenders consistently, creating opportunities for himself and scoring from multiple levels on the floor. One to keep monitoring for sure.