6’6 Caleb Lominac of NLPB 803 is such a strong wing and uses his strength and athleticism to be relentless in the paint. He attacks the rim hard, creates contact, and finishes consistently. He rebounds very well for his size and has the IQ and handling ability to push the break and make good decisions. He has a great touch on his jumper that allows him to be a good shooter off the catch. He plays to his strengths and gets to his spots on the floor. This could be a steal for a college-level program looking for a wing. 

6’2 Cole Callaway of Carolina Riptide 2022 has a combination of great shot mechanics and a quick release that allows him to really shoot the ball at a high level from three. He has a knack for moving without the ball and finding gaps in the defense to hide in. He is a must find for the defense as he can really catch fire quickly. If left open, he can put up big-time numbers and often does. Playing on a talented team, he plays his role very well. 

6’3 Marcus Farley Jr. of Team Together simply just finds ways to put the ball in the basket. He has the unique ability to attack the defense in a wide variety of ways. He uses a blend of athleticism and quickness to keep the defense on their heels as he attacks the rim all game long. As defenses adjust to take away the drive, he quickly shows that he can also shoot the ball from three. He really runs the floor in transition which allows him to create for both himself and his teammates. He is a kid that just simply puts up numbers and is always a threat offensively.

6’0 Andrew Siler of CSB Elite  2022 has played well all day today. He has been leading his team offensively scoring in an abundance of ways. He is a crafty finisher who thrives in the paint as he looks to get downhill. He positions his body well in order to draw fouls and get easy points from the free-throw line. In addition to getting to the basket, he has shot the ball well off the catch as he knocked down a few threes today. As he continues to develop his body, he has the potential to be a college-level player. 

6’5 LaMonte Cousar of Watch Us Work is a monster inside the paint. He has great size to go along with great hands and a soft touch in the paint. He rebounds the ball very well on both sides of the ball and runs the floor well to get easy buckets. He positions himself in the perfect place to score inside. He is super physical which allows him to create contact and get to the line. He has put his team on his back and took over the scoring load. As he continues to develop his game, he has the potential to be pretty good.

6’5 Hampton Evans of East Carolina Elite 2024 has the potential to be really good. His overall feel for the game along with his IQ and versatility allows him to be really effective on both ends of the floor. He handles the ball well and really gets to the lane with ease and finishes. He plays within the offense and doesn’t force bad shots. He rebounds well and can push the ball in transition: he makes the simple plays that lead to easy points for his team. He already has a great body and frame that will fill out even more as he continues to develop. College Coaches, this is definitely a guy to keep an eye on.