6'4 '25 Matija Moravcevic (The Burlington School)
Given the general value of three-point shooting, someone like Moravcevic should be a major target for various college coaches. Between his size, athleticism, and understanding of how to produce within a role, the appeal should be obvious. Moravcevic can make the extra pass and attack closeouts as needed, but knows his strength as a spot-up threat. He moves well for his size, battles for rebounds, and contains his assignment well defensively. Expect his stock to steadily rise over the next calendar year.
5'9 '24 Yudai Ishikawa (Combine Regional)
Arguably the most exciting performer from the West Fall League, Ishikawa brought a unique level of excitement and electricity whenever he took the court. He's a quick, dynamic lead guard with polished creation skills and a balanced offensive approach. Ishikawa displays a lot of flare as a ball-handler and playmaker, but also knows how to make highly difficult passes appear routine. He scores from all levels, defends with excellent energy, and is capable of producing alongside another point guard. Don't be deterred by his size, as Ishikawa is a legitimate prospect.
6'8 '25 Wesley White (Team Ish)
Very different than the others listed, White is someone who continues to show clear strides as an overall prospect. He's a steady, high-motor big man with solid touch, defensive prowess, and rebounding instincts. White does a nice job of battling for extra opportunities and putting himself in scoring positions around the basket. He doesn't force the action or try to do too much. White runs the floor hard in transition and isn't afraid of physical play on either side of the ball. Although still developing, he should be a prospect to monitor for numerous programs over the coming months.