2022 Tim Vaughn (Chattanooga Elite): Vaughn brings the blend of size at 6’5 but can really operate in several areas of the floor. Can battle down low but also step out and stretch the floor. Liked his overall impact as well on the boards.

2022 Amare Pearson (Team Wall): Pearson was sensational on Day 2, scoring consistently, attacking the rim and finishing strong.  Put down several impressive dunks, showing his athleticism but was consistently attacking off the bounce.  Aggressive and a competitor.

2022 Collin Tanner (Flight 22): Tanner has been stellar all throughout the tournament.  He just has a tremendous ability to score from all over the court, create for himself, and be a playmaker in several ways.

2021 Gavin Guion (Flight 22): An underrated, strong guard, you have to love how he can be strong and explosive in attacking the defense.  He can create for himself, good straight-line driver, and really can finish through contact.

2022 Karon Boyd (Charlotte Hoyas): Boyd is someone that is going to go to battle for you, one that you want to have on your team, and one that is going to help you win you games. He isn’t going to be the star but he leaves it out on the floor, gets on the boards, gets after it defensively, and really makes a presence in so many areas.

2022 Landon Nall (Garner Road West): Nall is a forward that really showcases time and time again his touch in the paint.  He isn’t going to blow you away with athleticism but is effective and active around the rim and on the boards.

2023 Trey Green (Team Charlotte): Green continues to be the leader, the spoon the stirs the pot on the court.  A high-major guard that plays with tremendous court vision, understands situations and how to be effective as a point guard, and knows when to step up at the right time.

2022 Donald Hand (Team Loaded VA): Hand is one of the smoothest scoring guards that I’ve seen this season so far.  And it is going to be hard to out-do him. His decision-making, and confidence in his shot is big-time.  Love his natural feel for the game and really makes a ton of plays on the court.

2022 Nyles Howard (Rod Howard Select): After watching him quite a few times now, Howard has really grown and shown that he is a capable guard that can initiate the offense but also be a scoring threat from multiple levels.  That is tough as well with his 6’3 frame as well.  And he is only continuing to develop his game.