2026 Michael Phillips (Grace Christian): We continue to say that this is a young man who has a lot of potential and he gave you those flashes at the event, displaying his confidence from behind the arc, his fluid high release at 65, and his ability to make plays in using his length. He shot the ball well from outside but also did a great job making an impact defensively and helping on the boards.

2026 Ian Bailey (Asheville Christian): Bailey is one that you will start hearing more about and college coaches should take notice of more. High IQ playmaker, plays with a great pace and court awareness, and is really crafty in creating his own scoring opportunities from multiple levels.  H should be one that should see his stock rise in the coming years.

2025 Eli Ellis (Moravian Prep): Ellis continues to put on a show this season, as he is playing at an extremely high level and showing just how strong of a scorer he can be from all levels. Terrific creator, embraces being physical, good body control, sees the floor well, and can light it up like he did on Day 2 at the event.

2024 Kameron Taylor (Carmel Christian): Taylor continues to shine on the big stage and college programs are catching on.  But it is hard not to notice his ability, as he flourished extremely well in a variety of ways and levels. Whether it was his explosiveness at the rim or his shot-making from outside, he gives you a little bit of everything offensively on the court.

2025 Raheim Misher (Maiden): Misher had a very productive day in leading his team. He has a nice blend of size, length, and athleticism, displaying his ability to operate down in the paint and finish well in the paint, as well as with touch, his ability to run the court, and be a strong presence on the boards.  He finished with a double-double in the victory.

2026 Bradley Floyd (King Mountain): Floyd checks off a lot of boxes with his game, but you can also see the potential and upside still left in his game. Floyd is a 65 long, smooth operating prospect who can not only create, finish at the rim, or knock down shots, but showed his ability to see the floor and set others up.

2025 Jackson Fannon (East Lincoln): Fannon has been a consistent scoring option all year long and he continues to show that on the court with East Lincoln. He presents a tough matchup with his size and ability to knock down shots from outside but also create his own shot inside. He knows how to fill it up in bunches for his team.

2025 Peyton Caldwell (Freedom): She was the leader of a balanced attack at the event, but she clearly showed her comfort level and feel for the game. She played with a tremendous pace and wasnt hurried on the court, was able to get to her spots, and was an effective score whether it was from outside or mid-range. She led the charge with 21 points for her team.

2024 Jullian Mack (Hopewell): Hopewell was able to dominate for much of the game, and Mack was a consistent presence for much of the game, scoring effectively, getting to his spots, attacking out in transition, and really finding ways to get into the paint or knock down shots. He helped lead the charge for his team with 17 points.