2021 Micah Handlogten (Upward Stars 704): The long big man just continues to work and is really starting to show what he is able to do on the court.  Each time, he shows a little more in his game, something we know he has been working on. Long, plays hard and can be effective on both ends of the court.

2021 Saiquone Harris (Word of God): Harris is going to make some coach look smart down the road.  A 6’8 prospect that can’t be stopped most of the time getting downhill and at the rim, but also taking defenders on the outside.  Sign me up for that.

2022 Khalil Marshall (Word of God): Marshall was mesmerizing with the ball in his hands, shaking defenders left and right, keeping them guessing, and then picking his spots to attack.  Such a shifty quick guard that understands how to create for himself.

2021 Daylen Berry (Morrisville Mob): Berry seems to just be a smooth operator on the court.  You can see why he was recruited hard by many, as he just has a tremendous understanding of how to attack and where to attack. 

2022 Marcus Kell (Tri-County Elite): Part of the battle vs. Juice, Kell has continued to put up impressive scoring outings in events, really making people look more his way.  Game 1 of the day, he knocked down 50 points in the win, scoring all over the place with 9 3-pointers, attacking inside the arc, and getting to the line at times.  What a show he put on!

2022 Christ Essandoko (WS Christian): This is a big man that is going to have more coaches come his way (already has several offers though). Essandoko is such a fundamental big, that moves well for his size, has tremendous hands, and sees the floor so well in finding his teammates or his soft touch around the rim.

2024 Brayden Crump (WS Christian): For such a young prospect, Crump plays well above his age with a tremendous feel for the game.  Not many 6’7 prospects at his age showing smooth outside shot along with battling down low.  Moves really well and can operate in multiple areas.

2021 Daniel Nixon (WS Christian): Finishing with 16 points to lead his team, Nixon really started to show how effective he can be with his frame and using it to his advantage. Attacking and not just settling early, but also showing what he is known for with his outside shot. 

2021 Kenny Noland (Papa Pete’s): Noland is going to really make a program happy at the next level.  His ability to lead the charge and get other teammates involved, but also lead the charge in scoring, which he did in both outings on Saturday, is impressive.  Just plays with such a good feel, sees the floor well, and with a great IQ.