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2024 6-0 PG Camryn Perkins – Warner Robins All-Stars – Warner Robins
D-I schools are starting to track Cam Perkins. The lefty is one of the best true floor generals in the state. He shoulders the important task of consistently needing to create for others or score in order for his team to succeed. Perkins changes speeds well. He has a quick crossover which he uses to create space around the arc to get clean looks from deep. When Perkins gets a step on his defender, he is able to get into the lane and thrive as a drive-and-kick creator. Camryn is so dangerous due to his ability to score from all three levels. His creativity with the ball helps him get to his spots in the mid-range and is tough enough to go into the trees and chop them down with floaters. In a loss to Sunshine Elite, Perkins tallied 12 points and 4 assists. He nailed a pair of threes off step-backs, backed down his man in the mid-range before hitting a turnaround jumper, sank a pull-up and converted with a downhill drive. D-II schools should be lining up if a D-I offer never materializes. The 4.0 GPA student currently holds offers from Edward Waters, Miles and Fort Valley State.

2024 6-3 W Ian Ash – Promise Elite – Rockdale County
It didn’t take long to identify Ian Ash as a knockdown shooter. The strong in frame, burly swingman has the physicality to mix it up under the basket and guard larger players, but it is his sweet compact stroke that really makes him standout. Ash sprays threes, especially from the corner. Ian doesn’t get much lift on his jumper, using his upper body strength to get the ball to the rim. He sank four threes in the first game of the day Friday, finishing with 12 points and 5 rebounds. He has 3&D potential.

2025 6-5 G Luke Jack – Wood Elite 2025 – Creekview
Luke Jack is trending up. The long-armed guard showed the ability to play 1-3 on the perimeter in a 69-45 win over HYPE Hawks. Jack is comfortable handling the ball and is able to make things happen when attacking the basket. He can pirouette to the hoop, finish through contact with his left hand and is a sneaky good passer that sets up teammates. Luke shoots it well from the three-point line and although he is slender, will crash the offensive glass for putbacks. Jack recorded 14 points, 8 rebounds, 5 assists and 1 block. If Creekview is to return to relevancy, it will be on the back of Jack.

2025 6-4 W Aiden Weaver – Wood Elite 2025 – Etowah
The hyper athleticism and relentless effort of Aiden Weaver is starting to climb him up rankings and more importantly, recruiting boards. The swingman has seen valuable varsity minutes since Day 1. His leaping ability and wildcard production provided Etowah with a lift over his first two seasons. Now an upperclassman, Aiden will be fully unleashed and relied upon to be more than just an energy guy. Weaver’s offensive game has started to expand. He can hit the three, use a burst of speed to get to the basket and is a springy finisher. Aiden runs the floor for transition slams and has improved as a playmaker off the dribble in the halfcourt. Defensively is where Weaver can really make a difference. He defends inside and out, a valuable shot alterer that has lateral quickness and length to keep smaller guards out of the lane.

2025 6-4 G Cedric Haynes – Team Dickerson White – Milton
Expected to be transferring from Mt. Pisgah to Milton, Cedric Haynes will bring another wiry scorer to the Eagles backcourt. In a 65-61 win over HYPE Hawks, Haynes had an easy 25 points, 10 rebounds, 3 assists, 1 steal and 2 blocks. He scored from all levels and was adept at drawing fouls downhill, going 9-12 from the free throw line. Ced sank a pair of threes and slyly slashed to the basket. It has been a stock-rising offseason for Haynes. Expect to hear more and more about him over the next two years.