1. Jaden Springer is the jewel of the HoopState

You can watch all the film you want but until you see this dude live you just have no idea, Springer has the upside to be the top player in the 2020 class nationally. Springer is a 6'4 teenager trapped in a man’s body, and his game matches, Springer can do it all offensively at this stage. At fifteen there is always room for improvement; but Springer can score at all three levels efficiently, athletically Springer is ahead majority of his peers when Springer is in attack mode defenses struggle to defend the paint, at the cup he's a walking poster. Springer has already polished the fadeaway jumper as well 'he's a lethal mid range scorer.

Sunday the Rocky River product had the full arsenal going he lit the gym up at one point win he caught a pass off the glass and finished it with a two handed jam in transition. Springer also flashed elite passing ability he tossed full court dimes with ease to teammates in stride, Springer's poise and basketball I.Q. are 'major strengths. Springer was active on the boards he utilizes those high major hops on both ends of the floor.

' I don't let pressure get to me I'm just focused on getting better, I want to continue to improve my handle and get stronger.' Springer said.

Springer will be one of the most sought after recruits nationally over the next couple years, his development over the next two years will be fun to watch. Catch Springer with the Bmaze Elite this year on the Under Armour Circuit.

  1. 'Patrick Williams is on a mission to get Team United back to Peach Jam

West Charlotte wing 2019 Patrick Williams is a man- child, an absolute beast, a walking highlight. Williams might be the biggest stock riser from the entire camp and that's saying something, because Williams came in with a host of offers. 'Personally it was my first time seeing the Charlotte product live in action, I was blown away by the combination of explosiveness and court swagger. In one game Williams split two defenders down the lane and punched a one handed tomahawk, in that same contest Williams connected on four deep balls he looked extremely confident stroking the leather.

Everytime Williams dunked there was a slight fear the rim would come off, Williams mentioned his coach and former players have pushed him to become more aggressive. Williams is a beast on the boards, his high motor and natural athleticism make Williams a prolific rebounder. Programs with experience dealing with big guards will have the best odds of landing his services, Williams wants the best opportunity to prepare for the professional level.

Williams has all american potential at the collegiate level whatever school lands him will get a number one scoring option, and a potential lockdown perimeter defender.

  1. 'Jackson Gammons is coming different this spring

Coach Rocky Horton is in agreeance that Gammons is on track for a major breakout on the Under Armour circuit with Team Felton. 'Gammons had a good junior year that ended earlier than expected, at Top 80 camp Gammons was feeling it big time it seemed liked every shot he put up would fall. Gammons really stood out amongst the states best, people who had never seen him were raving about number 45. Gammons finished through contact at the cup, from deep Gammons spotted up and knocked down jumpers off the dribble.

Gammons has been known as a combo guard but we may be witnessing the transformation into a floor general. Gammons is a capable playmaker and on Sunday he reassured the lead guard skills, at 6'2 Gammons will be best suited at the one in college where he can utilize his scoring and playmaking abilities collectively. Gammons versatility should still be noted as a strength though, unlike most point guards he's still capable of effecting the game off ball. In the right system Gammons could play alongside another point guard in situational lineups, this is a strategy more teams have begun to utilize.

  1. 'AJ McKee and Matt Smith give Indy a legitimate chance at repeat

I know the prep season just wrapped up and Charlotte Independence is still riding that championship win which is deservingly so, but we're going to take a quick look at next year’s odds anyways. After finishing the year (33-1, 14-0) Indy ranks second in the state and 26th nationally in the final MaxPreps poll. The Patriots lose four seniors including both team captains but 2019's 6'3 AJ McKee and 6'6 Matt Smith are back for one more go around.

Two key players in the championship run both players showed why Indy is still in good hands on Sunday. McKee is a physical hard- nosed guard; a natural slasher McKee has a devastating first step off the dribble, McKee also shoots it well from deep 'at 6'3 he gets good elevation and possesses a quick release.

Smith is a 6'6 multifaceted forward he's got the old school over the shoulder game in the bag; Smith is confident facing up and he's also a high percentage mid- range shooter, Smith is the ideal big for pick N roll situations. The QC product showed a bit of handle as well, Smith has been working to develop the perimeter skills in preparation for the collegiate level. Smith can spread the floor and there is potential to add range on the jumper.

Both guys recently picked up offers from Umass and Campbell, both agreed there hadn't been too much thought put into it, but playing together in college could be a fun opportunity for the two friends.