Team 5

Coach: Sam Layman

#5: 5’9 ’25 Landon Wilson (Trinity Collegiate)

Starting things off, we look at a player who made a solid impact despite being the smallest camper on this team, Landon Wilson. He’s a quick, wiry guard prospect with a nice IQ and understanding of how to run the team. Wilson displayed the ability to score from all levels while getting others involved and making his presence felt as an on-ball defender. He’s a great penetrator who looks to get downhill whenever possible. Next in his development process is working to get stronger, as it would make him a better finisher through contact. Coach Layman on Wilson: “Landon has a good ability to get paint touches and knock down three-pointers. He had a great attitude and was coachable throughout the day. Did a nice job of making plays within the flow of the action.” Wilson enjoyed a solid showing at camp and should be a key piece for Trinity Collegiate over these next two seasons.

#12: 6’0 ’25 Reggie Mack (Ridge View)

Next, we look at a player who simply knows how to dictate the action with the ball in his hands, Reggie Mack. He’s a tough, smart, high-motor guard prospect with a highly unselfish approach to the game. Mack shoots the ball at a high clip from beyond the arc and is capable of producing in spot-up situations, but is great at getting downhill and creating opportunities for others. He possesses great vision and playmaking instincts. Mack is also a great all-around defender with a knack for forcing turnovers and pushing transition play. Next in his development process is working on the use of his off-hand, as it would make him a better finisher around the basket. Coach Layman on Mack: “Reggie is a great playmaker. Led our team in assists by far. Displayed the ability to stretch the floor and knock down shots from beyond the arc. Elite paint-touch guard. Plays tight on-ball defense.” Mack consistently stood out during his time at camp and should be a difference-maker for Ridge View over the next two years.

#21: 6’1 ’26 Braysen Stockman (Ben Lippen)

Moving onto a player who showcased an enticing amount of two-way ability, Braysen Stockman. He’s a smart, unselfish, high-motor guard prospect with excellent scoring polish and quality playmaking skills. Stockman is a reliable perimeter shooter, both off the catch and bounce, but also gets downhill and applies nice pressure as a penetrator. He contains his assignment well defensively, forces turnovers at a healthy rate, and makes hustle plays as needed. Stockman knows how to run a team, but is capable of playing with or without the ball in his hands. Next in his development process is working on his ability to move without the ball, as it would make him a more complete player. Coach Layman on Stockman: “Braysen is a solid guard with the ability to handle the ball and create for others. Displays the ability to use ball screens, get paint touches, and make good decisions as a playmaker. Shoots the ball well from beyond the arc.” Stockman did a lot of things well at camp and should maintain his status as a focal point for Ben Lippen over the foreseeable future.

#28: 6’1 ’25 Jody Gillam (Holly Hill)

Continuing onto a player who consistently found ways to make an impact as a spot-up threat, Jody Gillam. He’s a steady, unselfish guard prospect with great shooting ability from beyond the arc. Gillam is capable of attacking closeouts, hitting midrange jumpers, and making the extra pass whenever available. He understands how to play to his strengths and produce within the flow of the action. Gillam also provides great effort as a defender and rebounder on both ends of the floor. Next in his development process is working to get quicker, as it would make him a better on-ball defender. Coach Layman on Gillam: “Jody is a super coachable kid who is willing to try new skills. Displayed the ability to knock down three-pointers at a healthy rate. Didn’t try to do too much or force the action.” Gillam enjoyed a solid showing at camp and should be a key piece for Holly Hill going forward.

#37: 6’2 ’24 Asa Price (Eau Claire)

Next, we look at a player who showcased an intriguing array of skills, Asa Price. He’s a scrappy, unselfish guard prospect with the ability to hit shots and consistently find success with or without the ball in his hands. Price is a useful spot-up threat from beyond the arc and does a solid job of moving without the ball to find open seams within the defense. He’s a capable penetrator and finisher, but is arguably at his best when applying pressure from distance. Price is a willing passer who looks to get others involved whenever possible. He also pursues rebounds at a nice rate. Next in his development process is working on his transition defense, as it would make him a more complete player. Coach Layman on Price: “Asa is a coachable kid who is willing to accept feedback. Showed the ability to knock down threes but needs to improve defense.” Price made a solid impact at camp and should be poised for a strong senior season with Eau Claire.

#44: 6’3 ’24 Austin Coker (Blythewood)

Moving onto a player who really stood out through his motor and willingness to do the little things, Austin Coker. He’s a smart, tough, high-motor wing/forward prospect with an unselfish approach and the ability to make plays with or without the ball in his hands. Offensively, Coker did an excellent job of hitting shots within the flow of the action and apply consistent pressure as a spot-up threat. He attacked closeouts as needed, where he’s able to finish or make the extra pass. Coker is a terrific rebounder, especially for his size and position, and regularly outworked opponents for extra possessions. He’s also a quality defender who doesn’t shy away from physical play. Next in his development process is working to get quicker, as it would make him a better penetrator. Coach Layman on Coker: “Austin provides phenomenal effort rebounding the ball and defending the post. He has the ability to space the floor and hit shots from three.” Coker proved to be an asset at camp and will be a prospect for college coaches to watch over the coming months.

#53: 6’3 ’25 Shawn Michael Matthews (Wilson Hall)

Continuing onto a player who did a quality job of filling in the gaps for this group, Shawn Michael Matthews. He’s a wiry, team-oriented forward prospect with a solid motor and willingness to do whatever necessary to provide his team with an edge. Matthews displayed the ability to finish, hit jumpers, and make the extra pass. He moved well without the ball and battled well for rebounds on both ends of the floor. Matthews runs the floor effectively in transition. Next in his development process is working to get quicker, as it would make him a better defender along the perimeter. Coach Layman on Matthews: “Shawn has decent size with the ability to make shots from all three levels. Doesn’t force the issues offensively and knows how to play his role. Shawn is coachable and has a great attitude.” Matthews enjoyed a solid showing during his time at camp and should be a difference-maker for Wilson Hall over these next two seasons.

#60: 6’4 ’24 Dylan Riddlespurger (Spartanburg)

Next, we look at a player who made a lasting impression through his scrappy, unselfish approach, Dylan Riddlespurger. He’s a wiry, skilled forward prospect with a high motor and ability to produce in several different roles. Riddlespurger is an excellent shooter, both from midrange and beyond the arc, and finisher around the basket. His length and activity level allow him to make his presence felt as a rebounder on either side of the ball. Next in his development process is working on his transition defense, as it would make him a more complete player. Coach Layman on Riddlespurger: “Dylan is a super coachable kid with a great attitude and willingness to adapt to whatever role is needed. Plays with great energy on both ends of the floor. Good teammate. Dylan possesses decent size and can shoot from range. Getting quicker would make him a better defender.” Riddlespurger did a variety of things well during his time at camp and has the tools to appeal to college coaches throughout his upcoming senior season.

#69: 6’5 ’26 Korie Corbett (Ridge View)

Moving onto a player who possesses an incredibly appeal array of tools, Korie Corbett. He’s a tough, athletic, versatile wing prospect with a lot of ability and clear long-term upside. Corbett showed the ability to score from all levels, create for himself and others, and apply constant pressure in transition. He’s arguably at his best when getting downhill and attacking the basket, but also knocks down jumpers at a quality percentage along the perimeter. Corbett is able to physically overwhelm opponents on both ends of the floor. He forces turnovers and pushes the break well in transition. Next in his development process is working on the use of his off-hand, as it would make him a more complete player. Coach Layman on Corbett: “Korie possesses good size and pretty good skill. Showed the ability to hit a variety of shots from three-point range but can work on his overall shot selection. Korie has some useful moves with his back to the basket. Needs to play harder in order to maximize his presence on the court.” Corbett continues to highlight a lot of appealing qualities and will be a prospect to watch closely for Ridge View over the coming years.

#76: 6’8 ’25 Cedric Schofield (Keenan)

Finishing up, we look at a player who did an excellent job of anchoring the paint as the main big man for this team, Cedric Schofield. He’s a long, wiry, explosive post prospect with an excellent nose for the ball. Schofield is a strong finisher with soft touch and the ability to power through opponents at the rim. He alters shots well defensively and rebounds at a quality rate on either side of the ball. Schofield runs the floor well in transition. Next in his development process is working on the use of his off-hand, as it would make him a more polished player around the basket. Coach Layman on Schofield: “Cedric is a super bouncy big man with the ability to consistently finish above the rim. Has a knack for finishing layups around the basket. Cedric does a great job of utilizing his length to affect shots defensively. Had a great attitude and accepted coaching well.” Schofield proved to be an asset at camp and will be a prospect for college coaches to monitor going forward.