2027 King Gibson (TBS):

There was no doubt about it, Gibson really introduced himself as a player to watch nationally in the Class of 2027. He has a lot to offer early on with his game and impressed with his overall feel, impact, and upside in his game. Not only did he excel in creating for himself and making plays at the basket, but also made strong plays defensively as well. The blend of size, length, athleticism, and skill set is very intriguing, and he also has that “it factor” with him.

2027 Lincoln Vinson (Cannon):

Vinson made his presence felt at the NC Freshman 40, and he backed it up at the Carmel Tip-Off. The 6’1 guard has a tremendous feel for the game as a young player, showing the ability to create for himself and others, can knock down shots from multiple levels, and plays with a lot of confidence in his game. A very talented guard who has a bright future and should have an instant impact as a young player.

2027 JR Adams (Forsyth Country Day):

Adams is a name that we have watched time after time, and he is getting a chance to showcase that he can step up and be a key piece for his team as a freshman.  He is a strong creator, makes good decisions, is a skilled point guard with good handles, and is one who can be a solid offensive threat.  He isn’t afraid of the bright lights and brings a scrappy feel to the court on both ends.

2027 Josiah Johnson-Freeman (Northside Christian):

Johnson-Freeman really played well and you can see that he has continued to develop nicely and he continues to grow in confidence with his game. On Day 2, he really shined for his team, knocking down shots from all levels of the floor, and displaying range just inside and behind the arc as well.  Time after time, he was able to create his own shot, has good size and athleticism in his game, and should be a key piece for Northside all season long.