6’3 ’24 DJ Boyce
In a world where shooters will always have value, Boyce should be a priority for various programs. He’s always been a notable marksman, but it’s easy to see how he’s developed his identity over the years. Boyce is smart, fairly well-rounded guard with a muscular physique and understanding of how to impact the game as an off-ball threat. He’s a solid passer and ball-handler with the ability to convert pull-ups and attack the basket as needed. Boyce also defends and rebounds his position.
6’6 ’24 Brock Rose
After deciding to take a post-grad year, Rose stands out as another guy that should entice college coaches. He’s a long, wiry, highly skilled player with a lot of polish as an all-around scorer. Rose displays creation ability, consistently applies pressure from all levels, and knows how to pose a threat without the ball in his hands. He utilizes his length well to finish amidst traffic and over defenders, but also plays through contact. Rose is a useful rebounder and transition threat with lots of upside defensively.
6’0 ’24 Delani Hammonds
It probably goes without saying, but Hammonds is the heart and soul of this roster. He’s a natural leader by example with a clear emphasis on setting the tone on both ends of the floor. Hammonds is a quick, intelligent playmaker who displays sharp instincts and a desire to make the right play on every single possession. He’s a menacing defender that forces turnovers at a healthy rate and capitalizes on fast-break situations. Hammonds has also shown increased efficiency as a three-point shooter, which makes him incredibly difficult to contain. He simply knows how to run a team and stand out on either side of the ball.
6’6 ’24 Nicholas Levy
Given everything he does as a utility piece, it’s easy to be intrigued by Levy. He’s strong, tough, and plays with a quality motor on both ends of the floor. Due to his blend of strength and skill, Levy has shown the ability to effectively play inside or along the perimeter. Levy possesses a nice blend of IQ, size, and athleticism, which allows him to reliably fill in the gaps and adapt to various different roles. He pursues rebounds well, defends multiple positions, and scores with solid efficiency on offense.
6’5 ’23 Charles Ormand
Despite being an unsigned senior, there should be a place for Ormand at the next level. He’s tough, scrappy and plays with a high motor on both ends of the floor. Ormand does a great job of making hustle plays, battling on the glass, and making his presence felt defensively. He finishes well around the basket and can knock down perimeter jumpers as needed. Ormand simply looks to do whatever possible to provide his team with an edge.
6’3 ’23 Berni Tah
Similar to the entry above, there are a variety of schools who could use someone like Tah. He’s a big, strong, versatile forward with the ability to impact all facets of the game as a rugged, blue-collar piece. Tah plays bigger than his listed height, which allows him to consistently outwork bigger opponents defensively and on the glass. He can pass, shoot, and handle the ball well for his size/position, and is capable of naturally filling in the gaps on both ends of the floor. Tah would be a great late addition.
6’3 ’25 Myles Smith
Although he’s the youngest prospect on the roster, Smith made a ton of contributions throughout his time at Summer Havoc. He’s a long, wiry wing prospect with a nice feel and fairly well-rounded skillset. Smith shot the ball really well from the perimeter, attacked off the bounce as needed, and made solid decisions as a passer. He did a little bit of everything and will be a prospect for coaches to keep an eye on over the coming years.