2022 Patrick Wessler (CC Elite): Big Patrick Wessler showed it all and is continuing to play at an elite level.  Honestly, he is showing so many reasons why he is one of the top big men in the country.  With such a dominant performance, Wessler showed the touch, the footwork, the strength, and how to be an absolute monster on the boards. 

2023 Gregory Jackson (CP3): In terms of excitement and potential, there aren’t too many prospects that are better than Jackson.  The lengthy, mobile forward has such a unique blend to his game that he becomes a matchup nightmare. He ran the floor, finished impressively at the rim, and is such a versatile forward on the court.  Think this is just the start for this young man and he could see his name rise up even more in the national rankings.

2023 Aden Holloway (CP3): It can almost be mesmerizing to watch Holloway go to work, making shot after shot after shot.  Holloway put on a show with just how he can knock down tough shots from all levels, create for himself, and has such quickness and craft to his game, he makes tough moves look easy.  He went for 28 in his final game of the night, giving everyone a taste of why he is one of the top guards around the country.

2022 Broderick Ellis (Sheed Wallace Select): Ellis is a unique talent on the court with his 6’8 frame and how he can operate. He moves really well but has that big-man feel that is comfortable stepping out and even making plays for himself.  With his long length and ability to help on the boards, step out for a jumper, and impact the floor in several areas, college coaches could use a player like him.

2022 Cole Sinclair (Durham Hurricanes): Talk about a guard making noise.  Sinclair has been putting up some impressive numbers all throughout the event, averaging 30+ points on Day 1 and ending his Day 2 with a 41-point outburst.  Such a strong, high IQ, play-making guard that can fill it up, whether it is finishing through contact and getting into the paint, pulling up with his mid-range, or showing off that range.  Terrific event for this young man.