2021 Stephon Richards (EA Prep): Richards has been incredibly consistent all throughout the weekend for EA Prep. He was aggressive with his ability to score the ball, knock down shots from multiple levels, and finished strong. Did much of his damage inside the arc this weekend and not many could slow him down.
2022 Zavian Bianchini (Combine Academy): He is an intriguing prospect to look at with his 6’7 frame. Bianchini does a little bit of everything on the floor. He can create off the dribble, gets out in transition well, defends multiple positions, helps on the boards, and can be a nice inside-out presence. A lot of versatility to his game and can take advantage of certain matchups.
2023 Sterling Vaughn (Team BOND): Team BOND’s most consistent player this weekend would have to be Sterling (CJ) Vaughn. In each game, he really can score in a variety of ways, scoring from the perimeter with the three-ball but also using his quickness/shiftiness on the court to get by his defender and into the lane.
2022 Antoine Piper (Anthony Morrow): Honestly can’t wait to see what Piper can do at JL Chambers and how much he can help a program. He continues to be a physically built bully on the court, finishing so well through contact, and really showing how much of an impact he can have on the court. He could be another breakout type candidate after missing last season.
2022 Kendrell Brooks (Brothers Basketball): Brooks continues to have a solid summer, being a consistent factor on the court and showing that he can be a leader on the floor. Brooks ability to break down defenders and get by to score. His handles on the court are strong, he picked his spots well and showed that he can pull up or get to the rack when he wants. Another strong performance by this young man.