2023 Kevon Vanderhorst (Team Loaded): The young, quick guard was sensational in his ability to attack off the dribble and really put pressure on the defense. It was tough for defenders to stay in front and he consistently attacked and got to the basket, scoring 29 points in the win on Day 2.
2023 Jak’won Moore (Team Loaded); You can see that Moore has that “IT” factor to his game. He checks off a lot of boxes that have already and should continue, to gain the attention of big-time programs. And you can also see that he has continued his development in his outside feel and shot.
2022 Will Kelly (Rod Howard Select): Kelly continues to play at a high level and with a ton of confidence. Kelly shows the ability to really take over a game and create for himself when he needs to but also play unselfish basketball to get others involved as well. High IQ type guard that is just continuing his stellar play from this past high school season and now into the summer.
2021 Graham Calton (Team Griggs): It is tough to not have Calton on this list. But when you hit 10 3-pointers on Day 1 and back it up with another 10 3-pointer performance, you going to be sure to see your name here. Calton has been showing his range all weekend long and it certainly has been and should catching the attention of college coaches.
2021 Taulant Ibraimi (Combine Academy White): Ibraimi showed really nice play-making skills with the ball in his hands. He created well off the dribble, was able to embrace contact and showcase his toughness, while also knocking down shots from the perimeter on a consistent basis. Strong showing from the senior.
2022 Jazian Gortman (PCH Nightrydas): It is easy to see why he is one of the top guards in the country for his class and continues to rise up the rankings for many. He simply is an elite, dynamic playmaker and scorer on the floor, showcasing his ability to score when he wants and where he wants, as well as his shifty handles to create space. Strong performance today with 33 points.