2025 Sadiq White (Elite 1): There is something special brewing with 2025 Sadiq White and if his trajectory continues to rise along with his game, there will be plenty of college programs lining up for him at the next level. Already knowing his is one of the most athletic prospects in the gym, you can see that he has only continued to add more pieces to his game with his jump shot, handles, and his ability to impact the game in a variety of ways. 

2023 Zion McDuffie (Elite 1): McDuffie continues to be a prospect I believe should be getting more looks his way, especially with his blend of size, his impact on both ends, and his athleticism.  McDuffie was explosive on the court, finishing with power at the rim and through contact, but also attacked the boards, got in the passing lanes, and ran the floor well.  He can be tough to stop getting downhill.

2025 Cam McKnight (NC Spartans): McKnight came out firing away and really displayed his ability to be a perimeter threat in his game, knocking down eight 3-pointers on his way to a 30-ball.  McKnight has a confident shot from deep, getting to his spots and quickly letting it up without hesitation; but he doesn’t force his shot and can put it on the deck to create opportunities as well.

2025 Zymari Perry (NC Heels): Perry is a name that just continues to pop up each time I get a chance to see him.  The 2025 prospect goes under the radar for his class but when on the floor, he brings production for his team. Really like his motor and mentality he plays with, can operate and score from multiple levels, and really attacks the paint and the boards for his team.

2025 Zymicah Wilkins (Carolina Heights): Wilkins continues to show why he is and should be one of the premier prospects in his class and one of the top bigs as well.  For a player at his position and size, he really has a strong feel for the game and can do a little bit of everything. His low-post presence is big time to go along with his footwork and assertiveness on the glass, but he also showed at times some of his handles as well.  Such a skilled big man for his age that has produced in the paint on Day 1.

2023 Mekhi Grant (Team HoopState): Grant was fun to watch to start the weekend for his team, just giving a reminder to everyone just exactly what he provides.  You just don’t see many players at his size with his bounce, absolutely punishing the rim, finishing with authority, and also showing a good skillset to his overall game.  He is dangerous though when he is getting downhill and looking to finish at the rim.

2024 Bobby Cannon (Team HoopState): Cannon came in looking to prove and showcase just what he can provide and that he did, as the 6’10 lengthy forward really opened more eyes with his ability to stretch the court in hitting multiple threes and showing his jumper, but also using that length to make an impact on both ends of the floor.

2024 Quay Watson (Elite 1): I’m going to say it now… Watson should be on the radar for so many programs and I think that will come true more after this summer and the upcoming high school season. Watson’s performance on the defensive end is impressive, getting into defenders, creating turnovers, and bringing a scrappy attitude.  But he is also one of the toughest guards in finishing and finding ways to score around defenders as well.