6'1 2018 Nick Price
Northside High School

On a day of great basketball, it was Nick Price who stood as the day's MVP. Without him, Northside doesn't pull the major upset of John Marshall. Price played nearly flawless basketball as the point guard picked apart the John Marshall team. He is a quick on quick type with soft touch and range on his jump shot. What was impressive here is how he navigated the different defenses and the length and quickness of the John Marshall defenses. Price finished the game with 20 points (6-9 FG) and 9 boards to go with 6 assists to only 1 turnover. Price carries a Southern offer, more should be coming.

6'10' 2020 Isaiah Todd
John Marshall High School

Todd came in with a heavy reputation, many calling him the number one freshman in the country. After his showing here, we would have a hard time disputing that. Todd has incredible length and size for his wing position. What impressed us the most about him was his mature approach to the game. Todd is a very coachable player, he has touch that extends well beyond the arc, but he is also very adept at navigating at the high post and making plays with minimal motions. Major prospect here, will be recruited by every school in the country, at the highest level.

6'5' 2019 Khyree Temple
Phoebus High School

Temple is a new name to the southeast as he moved in this year from Pennsylvania. What stands out immediately about Temple are his length and his motor. Temple plays non-stop and is always in attack mode on both ends of the floor. He takes pride in his defense and collects deflections, steals and blocked shots. Temple is a tough rebounder, reaching high to secure with two hands. The lefty finished this game with 14 points, 8 boards, 3 assists and 3 blocks in the win. He should track as a high major recruit moving forward.

6'2' 2020 Ikechi Chantilon
George Wythe High School

Our Frank Bennett wrote about Chantilon a while ago and his sentiments hold true. Ikechi Chantilon can score the ball. All 3 levels, against older players with touch and swagger, Chantilon is a bucket. Blessed with great length and an aggressive approach, Chantilon stayed in attack mode in the second half of this one. He showcased a nice pull-up and range off the catch. We charted him for 17 points (2-4 3P), 3 boards, 3 assists and 2 steals. Huge upside here!

6'1' Unsigned Senior Jordan Hamlette
Heritage High School

Watching this game we were perplexed why there weren't lines of college coaches watching this young man. He affected this game in every way possible, keeping his team in the game with not only his skill but also his leadership. Hamlette is a length point guard who has range and toughness. IN this game he finished with 21 points (5-8 3P), 6 assists, 5 boards and 4 steals. Only carrying an offer from West Virginia Tech, D2 schools should be salivating.