2021 6’3 Sheick Samoura (Garner Road Whitley 17u): Samoura was aggressive throughout in his first game, attacking the rim, getting downhill, and embracing contact.  He showed a tremendous motor and mentality on his way to 20 points to lead his team.

2021 6’9 Eric Wynn (Garner Road Whitley 17u): Wynn is a skilled big that has tremendous hands.  One thing that stood out is his vision to find his teammates.  But the big man showed that he has big hands and touch, the ability to step out with his mid-range, but also put it on the deck and use his body.

2021 6’7 Kenechi Nwosu and 2021 6’7 Kanayo Nwosu (Juice All-Stars NC Stephenson): The two brothers are prospects that should garner some attention at the next level. Both have long frames and athleticism to their game, which allows them to play multiple positions on both ends of the floor.  Like both of their bounce and excelled at the rim.

2022 6’0 Dwight Canady Jr (Team Vision NC 17u): Canady showed that he is a poised, skilled guard that can knock down tough shots and stays aggressive.  Scored in multiple ways, showing range with a smooth release from three but also getting to the line.

2023 6’1 Robert Dillingham (Game Changers 15u): Dillingham put on a performance in Game 1, scoring 34 points and doing whatever he wanted, wherever he wanted.  He is so skilled in a variety of ways and is poised beyond his age.  He just has that mentality and knows how to score effectively in an efficient way.