2025 Shamarius Peterkin (Big Shots):

Each time I’ve watched Peterkin, I walk away saying that this is a must-see player for college coaches and believe that he can make an impact on the basketball court and the football field. After this week, that thought continued to enter my mind, as Peterkin continued to flourish on the court. Peterkin, a 6’3 guard, brings such explosiveness to the court but he reminds you each time of his ability to be an effective offensive weapon. Attacking downhill, flying high at the rim, getting to his spots to knock down jumpers… he mixes it up extremely well. Peterkin proved himself all season long at Mount Tabor and did so again to start the summer. D1 schools should be looking more his way.

2025 Abijah Franklin (Team USC EYCL):

Franklin was a newer name to learn personally for me but after this weekend, I walked away extremely impressed with what I saw and believe he is firmly a prospect that should be on D1 programs’ radar. He was an efficient scorer all weekend long, doing so from all three levels and with a ton of confidence. Franklin was able to knock down shots from outside with ease, scoring off the bounce or in catch-and-shoot situations and showing his range. He knocked down shots with a smooth release but was one that could attack the defense, get downhill, and display tremendous athleticism in finishing at the rim. Franklin was incredibly effective throughout the event, scoring, creating for others, and being a dynamic weapon on the court.

2025 KJ Younger (1of1):

What a year this young man has had; coming off a breakout season at Weddington in which he averaged 23 points, 6.8 rebounds, 2.7 assists, and 1.9 steals per game, and is now leading the way to start the season for 1of1. Younger continues to thrive and develop as a prospect, as he excels in using his strong frame, attacking the defense, and getting the basket. He consistently can finish through defenders and contact, showing just how physical he can be. But watching him more this weekend, his perimeter game is coming along extremely well, showing more of his ability to knock down shots and score from an array of levels. As our own Ethan Reece said, “Try however you want, you can’t slow down Younger.” He is one that D1 coaches should look at a lot more, sooner rather than later.