6’4 Moses McDowell 2025 of Team Pressure was physically imposing in this last game. With a combination of strength, athleticism, and length he was able to dominate the paint, scoring at will. The most impressive part of his game is the way he relentlessly rebounds the ball on both sides of the court. He has a knack for fighting and getting position to come up with easy boards and easy points. Due to his physicality, he was able to draw a lot of contact and get to the free throw line. Loved how hard he competed and ran the floor all game long. 

6’3 Jaylen Cross 2024 of NC Rim Runners simply just finds ways to score the basketball. He possesses the ability to attack the defense in a wide variety of ways and is very productive/ efficient. His overwhelming ability to get to the rim and finish was displayed all game long as he attacked continuously. Coming off of a 42 point game yesterday, he continued his scoring stint adding another 25 point game. He has the ability to become a high level slasher at the next level if he continues to grow and develop at the rate he has been. Wouldn’t be surprised if he becomes a hot name amongst Scholarship- Level programs.

6’9 Trey Ramsey 2022 of Carolina Riptide seems to intrigue me more and more as I continue to watch him play. He has the unique ability of size, length, and skill that allows him to affect the game in an abundance of ways. The way he operates on the block and in the paint is impressive. With the combination of great hands, a soft touch, and great footwork, he dominates the paint. He also possesses the capability to stretch the floor from three and knock down open shots. He does a great job of getting position to attack the glass and rack up rebounds. This is a guy that I feel Division II coaches should be all over. He has the skill set and potential that can translate into a really good player at the next level. 

6’5 Evan Ashemore 2023 of Grindhouse Lakers has the length and frame accompanied by a versatile skill set that has the potential to develop into a really good wing. His ability to both attack the rim and shoot it from three was showcased all game long. He put pressure on the defense and immediately became the defenses focal point. He used his length and athleticism to really finish around the rim. Defensively, that length was used to disrupt the offense and cause a lot of turnovers which lead to easy transition points for his team. HE has a knack for probing and finding gaps in the defense to attack. Looking forward to watching him develop over the next few years. 

6’2 Dallas Gardner 2023 of Team Hope is a super versatile wing with a great frame and body. He uses his length and strength to muscle through and get by defenders and finish. He also has the keen ability to offensive rebounds and scores easy points around the rim. Defensively he uses his length to really get his hands in the passing lanes and get easy blocks around the rim. As he continues to grow, he has the potential to be a special player. Has all the necessary physical tools to be very productive.