2022 Dontavius Paige (Ace Elite): Paige is a smaller guard but a quick one, making decisive reads and decisions on the floor and showing a nice blend of scoring ability on multiple levels of the floor.  He continues to play strong with the ball, knowing when to create for himself or to get others involved in the action.

2022 Chase Lowe (CC Elite): One can see why D1 schools are coming his way, as the 6’5 point guard finished well all throughout the game.  Lowe does a tremendous job in picking his spots to attack and finishing through contact.  Add that to his feel, his IQ, his vision on the court, expect more schools to come his way throughout July.

2023 Julius Harrison (NC Gaters Black): Called me impressed with what Harrison showed on the court. His ability to get to his spots, knock down jumpers, aggressively get to the lane, and finish strong was quite impressive.  Harrison is a skilled 6’5 prospect that flourishes in several areas of the court and has only continued to develop his overall arsenal offensively.

2023 Brandon White (Team United): It is honestly easy to see why so many schools are looking and going to make White a priority.  With his ability to be an absolute rim-protector, alone, is big time but then you add his strength on the boards, along with his power and developing offensive game, White is easily one of the top bigs for his class in the area.  And there is still upside to his game which is scary to think.

2022 Patrick Wessler (CC Elite): Talk about another impressive big on the court, Wessler continues to show why he should be regarded as one of the better bigs in the country.  He brings such a dominant force to the court, aggressively getting on the boards, finishing through contact, and making team-plays while scoring the ball as well.  Such a terrific balance with his skillset.

2022 Elijah Thomas (Sheed Wallace): You just have to love what Thomas brings to the floor. This young man leaves it all out there, puts his body on the line, makes so many hustle plays, and brings tremendous energy that just lifts the team up.  But he continues to show his offensive skillset, getting to his spots, putting the ball on the deck to create shots, or using his athleticism to get to the rim.