2025 Cedric Schofield (Keenan): Schofield had a very good overall showing at the SC Top 80, and I believe a showing like this when you watch the film should help him garner more attention. The 6'8 athletic forward was active all throughout, running the floor in transition, showing his bounce and ability to finish at the rim, but also show a nice well-rounded balance in his overall skill set.' He continues to make strides with his game, and it is time to start recognizing him more.

2025 Hayden Assemian (Powdersville): Assemian was impressive all throughout the camp, as he continues to thrive and showcase how dominant he can be on the court but also giving more of a glimpse of his development overall.' Assemian continues to bring that strong, physical presence down in the paint and on the boards, but also impressed with his passing ability, his handles and being able to push on the break, and be a playmaker as a big.'

2025 DaRon Dunbar (North Augusta): Dunbar is a thick, sturdy prospect who continues to show he can hurt you in a variety of ways. Whether it is his ability to back down opponents in the paint and finish strong through defenders, or his ability to get to his spots and knock down shots, Dunbar can hurt you in a variety of ways and he should have yet another big year coming up at North Augusta.

2025 Tristan Thompson (Wilson): Thompson's development as a player can't go unnoticed if you have watched him over the last year or so. He has added more to his arsenal, which he is now able to use in a variety of situations. He can hurt you and battle down low in the paint and on the boards, but has a tremendous skill set and feel in operating from outside, creating off the dribble, and scoring from multiple levels. His stock continues to rise quickly, and college coaches should take notice.

2025 Zeke Marshall (Westside): Marshall is a very interesting prospect with his 6'5 long frame, and his ability to make his presence felt in a variety of ways. Marshall continues to flourish as a scoring option, using his length to score over defenders or showcase his athleticism to get to the rim. But with his versatility, he can be used in an array of ways and also guard multiple positions.

2025 Amare Anderson (Greer): Anderson quickly grabbed our attention with his overall impact, and made a statement at the camp.' His motor, his electricity on the court, and his hustle all over were impressive, making plays off the dribble, attacking the rim, and being a difference-maker on both ends.' He was tremendous in creating for himself and getting to the basket throughout, and we are eager to see what he can do this upcoming season.

2025 Reggie Mack (Ridge View): Really liked what I saw from Mack at the camp; he showed poise and control, he helped run the show, read the floor well and found his teammates, but he also was able to capitalize on scoring opportunities.' He brings maturity to the court with how he plays, being an unselfish playmaker, looking to get others involved, and is one you can trust with the ball in his hands.

2025 Teon Tindal (Crestwood): Tindal continues to leave an impression on us, as a junior forward to really watch out for and keep an eye on. He has the physical frame to really make a presence down low, finishing strong through defenders and at the rim, carving out space and attacking the boards, and also being that strong presence defensively down low.' He continues to bring a consistent presence to the court every time we see him play.

2025 Brian Sumpter (Keenan): Sumpter was another prospect that I'm eager to see how he continues to develop. One can see that he has added weight and got stronger, and was one that grabbed my attention with his overall impact. He played hard on both ends, brings tremendous length, can alter shots defensively, defended well, and also showed he can be an offensive option around the basket.' Really good overall presence for this young man.