2024 Jacob Brandly (Combine Academy): Brandly continues to play at a high level for his team, as he showed his ability to score in a variety of ways.  He filled it up all throughout the event, knocking down shots, showing his pull-up game, a little of his inside feel, and helping on the boards.  His blend of IQ and ability to knock down shots was strong all day long.

2024 Zyan Hager (Smith Elite Red): Hager came out strong early and continued to play strong throughout the day.  He was aggressive in getting downhill, scoring in transition, and knocking down perimeter shots.  Hager did a nice job scoring from all levels and led his team in scoring in nearly every game.

2025 Trent Steinour (Riptide): The young forward continues to play extremely well this spring and you can see things are really starting to come together for the big man. Steinour continues to show his potential and feel for the game, getting better and stronger every time we see him.  He is starting to understand how skilled he is on the floor, especially with his ability to stretch the defense, score effectively and consistently down low, and be a good presence in the paint defensively.

2023 Brandon Rechsteiner (Atlanta AllStars): Talk about a guard that created some buzz with his play. Not only did he come out extremely strong to start his day, knocking down threes and scoring effectively, Rechsteiner really showed how strong he can be in leading the charge. He is a smooth operating point guard that excels in creating for himself and others, while also playing strong with the ball and of course being able to knock down shots.  We all really enjoyed what we saw from the point guard and he should be a target for many schools around.

2023 Aaron Hall (Team EAT): It has been a little while since watching Hall, so it was great to see him back in action.  The athletic forward has only gotten stronger and more assertive on the floor, continuing to attack the glass and display his athleticism in finishing at the rim.  Hall finishes with toughness and is a reliable presence on the glass; love his motor and his work ethic.

2025 Yohance Connor (1of1): Connor had a tremendous high school season and now he is bringing that same energy to the floor this spring/summer.  A name that should be earning more attention, Connor just made play after play on the floor. Whether it was getting downhill and finishing strong around the basket and through contact, playing extremely hard on both ends, and can knock down shots, Connor does a little bit of everything on the court for his team.

2023 Jordan Butler (1of1): The growth and maturity of Butler’s game is evident and we can see why schools are targeting him and more should be coming his way.  His body has caught up to him, as the 6’10 big man shows a great feel and skillset, with his comfort level in stepping out and knocking down shots from multiple levels as well as being a presence in the paint on both ends.  Butler should only continue to see his recruitment increase with what he can provide.

2024 Amare Bethel (Team Charlotte): It seems that every time I watch Bethel, he is a standout in my eye.  You just have to love his intensity on the court, his body control and ability to finish extremely well, and also displaying his athleticism and impact on both sides.  The young man plays hard and is just a playmaker when on the floor.