2022 Khalil Marshall (Juice All-Stars): Marshall was tremendous in this outing early on, as he was able to get to the rack off the dribble, finishing countless times through contact.  He is such a crafty, shifty guard to carve his way into scoring opportunities.

2022 LJ Thomas (Bull City Prep): He continues to be a presence on the floor.  Already known for being a strong guard, I continue to be impressed with his court vision and making the right decision. He can score the ball but also facilitate.

2022 6’5 Freddie Dilione (Tion Burton): Dilione makes the list again but he deserves it.  Dilione plays with such a smooth feel that he makes look effortless on the court.  He is a 6’5 prospect that can score, impact the game in multiple ways, and brings athleticism to the floor.

2022 6’7 Sam Perez (Team Dawgs): Perez continues to be a mismatch on the court with his ability to attack down around the rim and paint, but also stretch, put the ball on the deck, and knock down three’s.  He showed it all on Day 2 early on, helping carry the way for his team.

2022 6’6 Noah Ross (Tion Burton): Ross plays with such a great feel to the game; a smooth shooting stroke that is confident, along with adding his ability to rise over defenders and finish in the lane. Ross makes things look easy and plays with such a tremendous understanding of the game.

Aaron Miller (Believe Prep) has been active on both ends of the floor.  Showing he can guard and use is wiry, long frame to create havoc for opponents. Also has shown the ability to step out with his smooth shot.

Keon Smith (Franklin Prep) has bullied his way in the pain, making some tough, physical baskets, finishing through contact well.