2024 Jacob Brandly (Combine Regional): Brandly is an underrated player who can be a tough matchup with his ability to knock down shots with range, but also his ability to use his frame to operate from multiple levels.  This could be an eye-opening opportunity for Brandly on the big stage.

2024 Josh Bullock (Northside Christian): Bullock is tough, rugged, and understands how to lead and be that playmaker on the court. He creates well, finishes and scores in various ways, and knows when to step up when needed in the big lights. He did time after time last year and I expect him to do the same to start the season.

2024 Kameron Taylor (Carmel Christian): A prospect to take notice of, Taylor already holds a few D1 offers but he has a chance to make a name even bigger for himself. He is long and athletic, explosive in finishing at the rim, excels in getting downhill, and can be a consistent presence offensively.

2024 Steven McLeod (Grace Christian): McLeod is a difference-maker on both sides of the ball, and will be counted on to help lead his team. He can be a pest defensively, creating havoc against his opponents, but also does a nice job in creating, getting paint touches, and being a leader.  It could be a great opportunity to open more eyes his way.

2024 Harold Lee (Berean Baptist): Lee is one of two bigs to watch for but with Lee, you cant help but notice his length and mobility as a big man. He runs the floor well, finishes high above the rim, and continues to develop nicely overall with his feel.  Lee is hard to miss but he is a senior big to watch out for more.

2024 J3 Swindell (Caldwell Academy): We wrote about Swindell in our recent report, being a true x-factor for Caldwell Academy. After a strong start to the season, he looks to continue that trend in his ability to be that other scoring factor, whether off the dribble or knocking down shots.  He will be in the bright lights and have a tremendous opportunity to display his impact.

2024 Ty Outlaw (The Burlington School): TBS has plenty of guys that you should be looking at, but Outlaw has been attracting more attention his way and with two big games coming his way, he has a chance to be a force and show his impact.  Strong, rugged, physical down in the paint, Outlaw can be a tough one to slow down and may open more eyes his way.