2025 Sean Dunn (Cox Mill): Dunn continues to light it up and be such an effective weapon on the court, as he should be a point guard who earns more attention. He simply was everywhere on the court on both ends, scoring and creating, being an excellent playmaker, scrappy defensively, and bringing a tremendous overall impact. Such a leader for this young group and he stepped up again on Day 3.

2025 Bryce Slay (Carmel Christian): We know all about Slay’s ability to score the basketball, and that he did with 19 points, scoring with pace and change of speed, as well as knocking down shots off the catch. But he also was able to make good reads in seeing the floor and finding teammates, racking up seven assists.

2024 Gabriel Mabor (Gaston Christian): Another dominant performance for the unsigned senior big man. Just a huge presence that you can’t deny helps change the game, especially with his motor and physicality. Love how he competes and gets better and better each game we see him. Rack up another double-double on Day 3 with 15pts and 13rebs.

2024 Josh Bullock (Northside Christian): It was a great showing overall for Northside Christian, but I liked what I saw from the senior guard in his ability to make good reads, create and run the show, knock down shots and create, but also find teammates as well as get in the passing lanes to create steals.

2024 JJ Moore (QEA): What a showing from the senior guard, as he was racking up the stats and was all over the place today, both offensively and defensively. Extremely quick guard and creator, scored and facilitated well racking up double-digit, and was all over in creating steals and turning them into offense for his team.

2024 Sean Birmingham (Concord Academy): The Indiana State commit continues to shine as a primary scorer for this team, as he is a matchup nightmare with his perimeter game and size. So smooth and confident from the perimeter, he consistently hit shots from three but also rebounded well and found teammates.

2024 Juke Harris (Salisbury): Harris just did what he does… He is a prolific scorer that can score in so many ways, and is a load in getting to the line as he attacks downhill, uses his size to finish over defenders, and stays aggressive to attack, allowing him to get to the line consistently. Add on top of his perimeter shooting, he brings a lot to the table.

2024 Josh Yates (Lake Norman): Yates had a huge game, going for 22 points to lead the charge and doing so in a variety of ways. Whether he was creating off the dribble, knocking down shots from behind the arc, or getting to his spots, Yates was tremendous with his offensive production on Day 3.

2024 Mason Smith (Davidson Day): Smith continues to be deadly at his 6’7 long frame. He knows how to get to his spots, has tremendous confidence in his ability to knock down shots with range, and continues to show that he is one of the top shooters in the state.