6’4 Kobe Jones 2021 is extremely athletic and long. He is a walking highlight that is a threat to perform a highlight play every time on the court. Uses his length and quickness to play the passing lanes, get out in transition, and throw down some eye catching dunks. He attacks the paint relentlessly and finishes at the rim all game long. He has a knack for creating contact and absolutely lives at the free throw line. 

6’5 Isaiah Williams 2022 is really good defensively, has great awareness and ability to change and block shots. He rebounds the ball well and has the handling and passing ability to push the ball in transition and generate scoring opportunities for himself and his teammates. He finishes around the rim consistently and also showed the ability to knock down jumpers from midrange. Definitely stepped up as a leader and offensive focal point for his team. 

6’6 Kenechi Nwuso 2021 is another kid that has off the charts athleticism that is very intriguing. Uses his athleticism in every aspect of his game and has shown to be a very productive aspect for his team. He really looks to get to the lane and out in transition and explode to the rim finishing with a few very impressive dunks. Uses his blend of length, athleticism, and timing to be an effective shot-blocker and a threat in the passing lanes. Has the ability to knock down open jumpers but plays to his strength which is in the paint. Scholarship-Level Player 

6’8 Peyton Gearld 2021 affects the game in every aspect and is a very productive player. Has a great mix of size and length that is definitely eye-catching to college coaches. He is a very versatile player who can play inside and on the wing. He finishes very well around the basket and has the ability to attack from the wing. He has great mobility to go with a good motor; he runs the floor very well and is very active on the boards. He is a prospect that can be a great get for a college program. College Coaches should be paying close attention to him. 

6’0 BJ Keith 2021 plays with such poise and patience and really has been the heartbeat for his team. He has a high IQ and plays with such simplicity; a very low-risk high return guard. He has the quickness that makes him a tough cover for any defensive player; he gets into the lane at will and has the toughness to finish with contact. He shoots it well from three and really takes smart shots. He has a good passing ability that allows him to create for his teammates. He is a natural leader and floor general. 

6’9 Jaydin Spillman-Martin 2023 has all the tools to be a very good player at the next level. Has a great combination of size, length, and skillset that allows him to be an offensive force and an all-around game-changer. He can handle the ball well and push it in transition. He has a great touch on his jumper. He controls the paint both offensively and defensively. Hard to understand why he doesn’t have any offers yet. He is a for sure division 1 talent!