2023 6’5 Daevin Hobbs (NLPB Prospects): Really good size early on as a young prospect. He moves really well on the court both inside and out, while also having a nice understanding of the game. Hobbs’ ability to stretch the floor but also really attack down low against smaller defenders makes him tough to guard.
2023 6’5 Jakwon McKnight (NLPB 204 15u): McKnight brings a lot of intrigue to the table and you can see why schools are starting to monitor his game. He is a smooth, versatile prospect that is long and wiry. He can operate in multiple spots on the floor, making plays in multiple areas on the court.
2021 6’9 Jalen DeLoach (TSF National 17u): One can see why this is a young man that holds big-time offers with his combination of size, athleticism, and skill set. You can place him in multiple areas on the court and allow him to operate and he uses his athleticism to create trouble on the defensive end. With his 6’9 frame, he is a playmaker on the court.
2021 6’8 Saiquone Harris (Juice All-Stars Stephenson): Harris is starting to become a regular here but what took us away was his outside shooting in Game 1. He was hitting all over the court, eventually finishing with 7 3-pointers and 27 points early on. The 6’8 prospect has shown a lot about his game over the recent weeks.
2021 6’3 Terquavion Smith (Juice All-Stars Stephenson): With the athleticism already on the court, you knew Smith would fit right in and that is what he did in Game 1. He sliced through defenders with his speed and aggressively went at the rim finishing multiple times at the rim, much like he has done in the past. He certainly filled it up with 27 points in Game 1.
2022 6’5 Damien Robinson (Fayetteville Flash): Robinson brings a good frame with his game but also like how active he is with his hands on the boards and on offense. He moves really well and carries a strong built with him. He really can be a double-double type guy on with how active he is on both ends. Even made an impressive run-down block as well.