2025 Raheim Misher (Maiden):

Misher is one that we highlighted when he was a freshman a few years ago, but fast-forward to today after the event, Misher continues to be a bit intriguing and brings a little bit of everything to the table. Misher has good size and length, along with athleticism to the table. He plays bigger than listed and understands how to compete on both sides. Misher displayed his ability to run the floor, be assertive in getting to the basket, and find ways to finish as well as being active on the boards. He could be a nice piece for a program as he continues to develop and deserves more eyes his way.

2025 Peyton Caldwell (Freedom Girls):

I liked what I saw from the junior guard at the event. Caldwell is coming off a season in which she earned Northwestern All-Conference, and looks to be a leader for this team once again this year at Freedom. Caldwell did a nice job in playing with good pace and control, showing the ability to create and finish inside the defense as well as get paint touches, but also get to her spots with a fluid release from the perimeter. She could be a nice piece for a program down the road.

2025 Chandler Kennedy (Carmel Christian):

It was just a month ago learning and watching Kennedy with this Carmel Christian team, but when you fast-forward to today after the event, Kennedy has really elevated his play and has become a critical piece for this team. Though he is a smaller guard, Kennedy is a strong and quick creator who reads the floor and finds the holes in the defense, can get inside and find ways to score, but also uses his speed to his advantage. He is one that college programs should look at and learn more about.