2022 Quante Berry (WS Christian): The Providence commit really gave us another glimpse of his overall game and how he can attack. The 6’5 guard continues to show his assertiveness in attacking the paint, displaying nice touch to score over defenders, and his athleticism to finish at the rim. Then he showed his ability to also step out and be a confident shooter, something he has improved on over time at WS Christian. Berry continues to be a tough matchup with his size, his length, his ability to create, and his ability to play multiple positions on the floor.

2022 Raphael Gay (WS Christian): You have heard it multiple times and he continues to show it, as Gay is one of the most explosive athletes on the floor.  A several occasions, gay was seen flying through the air, finishing high at the rim and with tremendous authority/power.  He looks to rip the rim off every time and uses that athleticism as well on the boards.

2022 Jarius Northam (WS Christian): Coming off the bench, really just liked the motor and energy that Northam played with; it really helped open this game up in the second quarter.  He is a scrappy guard, plays hard on both sides, and understands what is needed from him when he comes in.  He produced in this game, helped create turnovers, and came in and helped offensively.

2024 Timothy Eze (Can Amera): It was a tough day for Can Amera overall but I did like what I saw from 6’6 sophomore Timothy Eze. Finished leading the team with 12 points and the young prospect showed his feel from multiple levels, his athleticism, and his ability to make plays for himself.

2024 Jamal Brown (1of1): A new addition to the program, Brown is one to watch as he should be in the spotlight for this team. He brings size at 6’6, athleticism, and a developing game that continues to improve. He can score around the rim, moves well inside and out, and plays with a terrific motor.  He helped lead the charge with 23 points in the win Saturday.

2022 Orlando Lovejoy (1of1): Lovejoy is an unsigned senior guard that college coaches should be looking at. Why? Because he continues to be consistent in his production.  The strong, physical guard continues to show his ability to get paint touches and score in a variety of ways. And when you guard him for that, he can knock down shots. He led the charge once again, scoring all over the floor with 29 points. Also plays extremely hard on the defensive end as well.

2023 Jordan Butler (Christ Church): It has been a while since watching Butler on the court but it was great to see the junior big on the court.  One can easily see that he has improved his game over the last year, understanding more of what he is capable of doing and operating, getting stronger and more physical, and having nice touch with his mid-range shot. Still developing 6’10 forward with a lot of potential.

2022 Sam Perry (Christ Church): Perry played well and was aggressive for much of the afternoon. He didn’t settle for shots, as he was able to get to the basket, find ways to score around defenders or get to the line. A strong showing from the senior guard, leading his team with 19 points.

2023 Treymane Parker (Vertical Academy): Parker certainly is fun to watch as a play-maker on the floor. We all know about his athleticism and how he can put on a show but Parker continues to show that he is a balanced scorer and can be a threat with his pull-up jumper from all levels.  Went for 24 points in the game and shot the ball well.

2022 Thierno Sylla (Royal Crown): This was the first time watching Sylla in action and the 6’11 senior forward grabbed my attention.  He wasn’t afraid to step out and show that he is able to knock down shots but he moves very well for his size and has great length to finish strong at the rim.  It was a total team effort but he was an intriguing prospect to watch on the court.