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Jaeden Burns2024 6-4 F Jaeden Burns – Warner Robins
Keep an eye on Jaeden Burns his senior season. The rangy combo-forward brings great energy on both sides of the ball. He is a versatile defender that can guard on the perimeter and in the post. Burns has a quick second leap when rebounding. His activity on the backboards earns second chances.

2024 6-4 F Markelle Jones – Dougherty
Jones is a defensive ace. Listed at 6-foot-4, he plays bigger with his wingspan and timing off the ground. The lefty changes shots routinely and crashes in for rebounds. Markelle is agile enough to attack from 15 feet. Jones averaged 10.8 points, 6.6 rebounds, 1.1 steals and 2.9 blocks as a junior.

Brent Williams2026 6-7 PF Brent Williams – Loganville
Williams is a bit of a throwback post. While he can play above the rim and shoot the three, the lefty does some of his best work with his back to the basket. Quickening his post moves and overall agility will help at the next level, but the skill set is a well-rounded one for a big man his age.

Hunter Amick2024 6-4 W Hunter Amick – Brookwood
The fruits of Hunter Amick’s labor are about to show his senior year. Since the Sandy’s Spiel Spring Showcase, Amick has put in the work necessary to become a legitimate college prospect. It’s easy to harp on his athleticism and effort, but Hunter’s ball skills have improved as well. The versatile swingman is becoming a playmaker off the dribble. He’s a steady slasher and an improving jump shooter.

Chasion Williams2025 6-5 F Chasion Wilson – Lake Worth Community
Chasion Wilson makes this list Every. Single. Time. The high-flyer from Florida is exciting to watch as he routinely leads all campers in dunks when he shows out at PRO events. Wilson’s ability to get downhill and elevate above others is impressive. Growing his perimeter skill set will allow him to unlock new heights.

Grant Jackson2024 6-6 F Grant Jackson – Valdosta
Count on Grant Jackson to explode past the numbers he put up as a junior, averaging just 1 point and 1.7 rebounds per game. I came away impressed with what Grant was able to do at the four-spot. Jackson was able to score in the paint, gathering himself with balance and exploding to the rim. He made good decisions out of the high post as a passer.

Tahai Morgan2024 6-0 PG Tahai Morgan – Lanier
Entering camp as the most established prospect, Boogie wasted no time getting to work. The three-level scorer changed speeds exceptionally well, throttling up with bursts to the basket to leave defenders in the dust. Morgan is a crafty finisher. Not only can he score through the trees from tough angles, he can chop down the lumber with highlight jams. Brevard College offered last month.

Amari Morgan2025 6-5 W Amari Morgan – Lanier
Amari checks a lot of boxes. Morgan has very good size on the wing and is an explosive athlete that glides to the rim. The junior is knocking on the door of producing a breakout campaign, especially if he starts knocking down outside shots consistently.

Benjamin Harper2024 6-3 W Benjamin Harper – Veritas Classical
Harper turned some heads with his flowing locks but more substantially his skill. Harper is an athletic swingman that explodes to the rim. He hangs in the air for tough finishes and showed on Saturday the ability to get to his spots in the mid-range. His subtle yet smooth game can catch opponents off guard from all levels.

Stefan Todorovic2024 6-3 SG Stefan Todorovic – Furtah Prep
Give Stefan some space and he will make you pay. Todorovic is a physically strong guard with college-ready size. He can bury teams with catch-and-shoot threes. As he gets more comfortable with the speed and athleticism of the American game, expect Stefan to find success consistently.

Bryson Henry2025 6-5 F Bryson Henry – Valdosta
Another potential long-term hidden gem for small programs, Bryson Henry made an impact in the paint with his scoring touch and rebounding. Henry has a pretty baby hook in the middle of the lane which is tough to defend.

Brayden Holiday2026 6-1 PG Brayden Holiday – Mountain View
Holiday has the ball on a string. He does a nice job balancing his scoring with his facilitating. Expect Holiday to see some minutes in Year 2, but really take off as a junior once a large 2024 class graduates. He feels like the type of guard that can see an offense run through him consistently, serving as a point producer.

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Jay Johnson
2024 6-3 W Jay Johnson – Warner Robins
Schools will want to check in with Jermarquis Johnson. Jay is a multidimensional wing that can play either on or off the ball. He makes things happen as a playmaker, serving as a big guard. Johnson sees the floor exceptionally well. When he attacks the rim, he’s a threat to thread the needle to an open teammate. If he finds a mismatch, Johnson will go on the block and post up. The toolsy swingman is an explosive leaper that rises up to rebound at a high level and provides versatility on defense. Johnson’s smooth game and propensity for filling up the box score will surely draw the attention of multiple college programs.

Isaiah Camon
2025 6-1 G Isaiah Camon – Lanier County
The talk of camp was the lefty from Lakeland. Camon, a First Team All-Region selection this past season, is an electric scorer from the mid-range. Isaiah assaults defenses with his pull-up jumper, loving to go left and stop on a dime when getting to his spots. He is a microwave scorer that pours in points in bunches.

Frank Jackson
2026 6-4 G Frank Jackson – Paideia
Frank Jackson is the definition of a “big guard”. The rising sophomore shrugged off defenders when getting to the rack to score through contact. Jackson loves getting downhill and can make a difference on the glass, but Frank’s three-point shot is what really helps him keep defenses off balance. He does a nice job creating separation on the perimeter and using his size to shoot over top of contests. At 6-foot-4 Jackson holds great value defensively and can hold his own when switching onto larger opponents.

Jakari Byrd
2025 6-5 F Jakari Byrd – Colquitt County
It didn’t take long for Jakari Byrd, a regular at PRO camps, to make his presence felt on Sunday. The powerful forward scored inside and out, dominating on the offensive glass and running the floor for easy buckets. Jakari had a strong baseline drive through contact and stepped outside to hit a three. The lefty is a workhorse around the basket and has started to expand his range. Stay tuned.

Quintes Yarbrough2024 6-3 W Quintes Yarbrough – Devyne Stephens
Yarbrough is a power perimeter player. He likes to use his strength to barrel his way to the bucket. His physicality helps him be an effective rebounder and a multi-positional defender.

Brent Williams
2026 6-7 PF Brent Williams – Loganville
Brent has an old school post game. He knows where his bread is buttered and that is on the block. Williams has great size and a sturdy enough frame to battle for post position and score through bumps inside. The lefty likes to get to his hook shot in the lane. Williams runs the floor in transition and will occasionally handle the ball up top. He works the baseline well on drives and can step out to the three-point line from time to time.

Brayden Holiday
2026 6-0 G Brayden Holiday – Mountain View
There was a lot to like about Brayden’s showing on Sunday. First off, he’s active. Holiday was always buzzing around the ball. He swooped in for rebounds and was effective when defending one-on-one. I was really impressed with his ability to finish. He used euro-steps to get to his floater and could squeeze through the defense for tough layups, using the perfect amount of English to kiss the ball off the backboard. Brayden also knocked down a few threes on the day. The Mountain View backcourt is in good hands.

Richard Dunston
2024 5-9 PG Richard Dunston – Meadowcreek
Dunston served as a pass-first playmaker. He had the ball on a string as he manipulated the defense and found the open man. Richard packed a punch as a scorer himself, getting to his spots in the mid-range and stretching out the defense with his three-point shot.

Tre Winters2025 6-4 W Tre Winters – Adairsville
With his size and athleticism, Winters has a tantalizing future at the next level. He was able to shoot gaps on defense and turn errant passes into breakaway slams. In the halfcourt, Tre was smooth getting to the rim for finger rolls and displayed advanced court vision with his ability to hit the open man.

2024 6-3 G Tim Smith – Central Gwinnett
Wiry and wired to score, Smith put up points from all angles on Sunday. He buried threes off the catch and off the dribble. He used a sharp crossover to plant his foot and get into the paint where he finished above the rim.

Zakariyya Dwight
2025 6-5 W Zakariyya Dwight – Crisp County
The Class 3A Most Improved Player turned heads with his high-flying play and interesting skill set. Dwight has great size as a swingman and the springs to live above the rim. Aside from his highlight dunks, Zakariyya uses his bounce when rebounding and altering shots defensively; he is capable of defending inside and out. While his dunks get the headlines, Dwight is also a solid outside shooter that can cash in corner threes. Only a rising junior, Zakariyya has a chance to climb up recruiting boards quickly.

Chasion Wilson2025 6-5 F Chasion Wilson – Lake Worth
Wilson always brings a high motor with him to camp. The Florida-native runs the floor and gets on the offensive glass for putbacks. He finishes with dunks. Chasion can help defend 3-5.

Hunter Amick
2024 6-4 W Hunter Amick – Brookwood
I would be surprised if Hunter Amick doesn’t have a breakout senior season. He has been consistently good throughout the offseason. He plays extremely hard. Hunter is a very good athlete with a quick second leap when rebounding. He’s able to attack off the dribble and finish at the basket. Amick has really grown as a playmaker. He pushes the ball well and can whip in one-handed passes on the move. His ability to clear rebounds and ignite fastbreaks keeps opponents on their heels as they must transition to defense quickly to keep pace with Amick in the open floor.

Kameron Plummer
2025 6-1 G Kameron Plummer – Houston County
It didn’t take long to identify Kameron Plummer’s money move. His sweet spot is the pull-up jumper from the mid-range. When Plummer was able to get into rhythm and attack with one or two dribbles, he was automatic. The long-armed youngster earned an offer from Voorhees after camp.

Joshua Goode2024 6-4 SG Joshua Goode – New Creation Christian
One of, if not the best three-point shooter in camp was Joshua Goode. He was lethal when left with space, especially making a home in the corners. A certified zone buster, Goode did more than just stroke it from deep. He was able to put the ball on the floor and hit tough floaters in traffic. The big guard has value at the next level with his shot making ability from the perimeter.

Cameron Stephen2025 6-3 G Cameron Stephen – Shiloh
An offseason move from Putnam County to Shiloh will likely put Cameron Stephen more in the spotlight. The rising junior is a smooth three-level scorer with an electric burst to the rim. He breaks down defenders when getting downhill and has an easy glide to the rim. Stephen’s ability to score off the dribble with his perimeter shot causes scouting problems for opponents. He can beat defenses in so many different ways. He is a stock riser.

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The Sandy’ Spiel Spring Showcase sold out for a second consecutive year, hosting 53 prospects from all across the state of Georgia who were looking to improve their game and boost their exposure before diving into travel ball. Schools from multiple levels were in attendance at Chestatee High School to evaluate prospective student-athletes. With the help of our established eight-coach staff, here are our player evaluations sorted by team.


Daryus Bryant2025 6-2 G Daryus Bryant – Manchester – Elite Hoopers
Great athlete. Extremely active. Used his speed and bounce to track down blocks. Was able to get downhill and finish through contact. Made good decisions. Showed the ability to hit the three. Difference maker on both ends of the floor.

Huey Blalock2026 5-8 PG Huey Blalock – Rabun County – Georgia Generals
Shifty little guard with a mature feel. Pass-first playmaker sees the floor and delivers accurate bounce passes. Utilizes crossover well, but must make sure he gets somewhere with it. Freezes defenders with head fakes. High IQ. Good three-point shooter but may need to quicken his release. One of North Georgia’s most impactful freshmen this season.

Jordan Smith2026 5-10 G Jordan Smith – North Cobb Christian – TDBA
High motor. Good shooter that also made plays off the dribble as a distributor. Did a good job finishing at the rim over length. Brought consistent effort as an on-ball defender.

Bryson Vincent2026 5-9 PG Bryson Vincent – ACE – Macon Bucks
Quick and active. Good decision maker that limited turnovers. Made plays in the open floor, able to get to the rim or drive-and-kick. Helps stretch the floor with his three-point shot. Found his niche in camp as a guy willing to do the little things. Led ACE in scoring at 10.4 points per game.

Kasen McCarty2023 6-1 W Kasen McCarty – East Carter (MO) – SEMO Select
Physical wing that did a lot of his work in the paint. Strong body. Carves out space inside using his shoulders. Battled for every rebound. Finishes in traffic. Helped protect the rim as a shot blocker and would run the floor for transition points. Moves well without the ball. Can play multiple positions and outworks most opponents.

Cameron Stephen2025 6-3 G Cameron Stephen – Putnam County – Game Elite 16U 3SSB
High ceiling bucket getter. Wiry. Great athlete. Effortless three-point shot with deep range, able to create with quick combination dribbles. Gets downhill in a blink. Finishes above the rim. Sees the floor when attacking the hoop and can hit open teammates. Used his length as an aggressive on-ball defender. Earned high marks as one of camp’s very best players. Explosive stock-rising season ahead.

Garrison Evans2023 6-6 F Garrison Evans – Oconee County – Classic City Ballers
Agile. Runs the floor and can snap off a eurostep. Great length. Can meet opponents at the rim while protecting the hoop. Holds switchability, able to defend screens and guard on the perimeter. Competitive rebounder that can finish through bumps.


Tahshaun Frasier2024 6-0 PG Tahshaun Frasier – Bradwell Institute – South Georgia Elite
Elite student with 4.7 GPA. Strong all-around floor game. Uses a quick crossover to get downhill. Finishes with both hands. Very good leaper. Scores the ball on perimeter from mid-range and three-point line.

Michael Polke2025 5-11 G Michael Polke – Toombs County – Hoyas
Opened up camp knocking down three after three. Scrappy defender. Moves feet well when guarding the ball. Springy enough to block shots at the rim. Knows how to find spaces in the defense and get to the hoop.

Justin Payne2024 5-10 PG Justin Payne – North Oconee – No ID
Graded out as one of camp’s best point guards. Played with a great motor. Scored with his jump shot but was also able to find points in the paint. Handled the ball exceptionally well. Got to his spots. Filled it up from three.

Ethan Hughes2023 6-2 G Ethan Hughes – Lyndon Academy
Moves well without the ball. Starts his shot at his waist. Is a good jump shooter when given time and space. Good athlete. Can slice to the rim and sneak in for rebounds. Shows savvy with his back-tip rebounds. Great student with 4.2 GPA, 30 ACT and 1300 SAT.

Braylon Hayes2024 5-10 PG Braylon Hayes – Richmond Hill – Team Intensity
Strongly built pass-first guard. Made good decisions in transition, finding the open man. Physical defender. When he wanted to, he could put his head down and get to the basket. Good teammate.

Kolby Watson2025 6-3 W Kolby Watson – Banks County – Stamp Squad
Not many shot the ball better. Swingman has solid size and can play the two-guard or small-ball stretch-four. Knockdown shooter from all levels. Willing to take smaller defenders into the post. Good footwork. Utilized a reverse pivot into a fadeaway. Has good awareness. Takes his time to gather himself in transition to make sure he doesn’t get stripped from behind when going up for layups. Three-level scorer is deceptive with the ball. Got to a quick pull-up push floater. Continuing to add more speed to his game and creativity as a ball handler will help. Big-time shot maker averaged 15.6 points and 3.7 rebounds as a sophomore. Great future. Near the top of camp’s biggest stock-risers.

Maddox Young2025 6-0 G Maddox Young – Union County
Physical defender. Does the dirty work well. Will chase opponents through screens. Quality outside shooter that can finish at the rim with either hand. Great glue guy that can still hurt you with his offense. Smart player and a sneaky good rebounder.

Noah Hutchinson2023 6-6 F Noah Hutchinson – Oconee County – Classic City Ballers
Tore up camp last year with his outside shooting and managed to wow again this year, hitting his outside shots but showcasing much improved athleticism as he led all campers with the most dunks. Has become an above the rim player. Is more of a threat off the dribble, able to beat defenders to the hoop. Quicker off the floor than last year. Terrific jump shooter that piles in threes. A true stretch-four. Should be a no-brainer priority at the D-III level. Warren Wilson College has offered.


Messiah Walker2024 5-11 PG Messiah Walker – Putnam County – Middle GA Magic
Bouncy. Gets good lift on jump shot. Great communicator. Leads team well. Likes to facilitate and makes good decisions.

Grant Robich2027 5-8 PG Grant Robich – North Cobb Christian – Atlanta Celtics 3SSB 2027
Heady playmaker. Small but sees the floor incredibly well. Plays with tremendous energy. Gets after it on defense. Craftily changes speeds and implements fakes. Can get to his mid-range pull-up. Extremely impressive first impression as the youngest player in camp. Love his future.

Bentley Huff2026 6-1 SG Bentley Huff – Franklin County – Upward Stars
Loves the three-point shot. Will space the floor. Has length and could potentially squeeze out another inch or two. Understands the game. Facilitates well.

Jasiyah Suber2024 6-2 G Jasiyah Suber – Calhoun County – GA Thunder
Lefty. Explosive driver. Three-level scorer. Has a smooth pull-up game. Creates his own offense. High energy. Active defender. Can play on and off the ball. Has experience playing in up-tempo offense. One of the 229’s best players.

Matthew Stennis2023 6-1 G Matthew Stennis – New Hope (MS) – Magic City Pelicans
Impressed with his toughness. Well-built guard uses his strength to get downhill. Nice burst to the rim. Finishes through contact. Gets two feet in the paint frequently. Solid outside shooter can hit the three and get to his spots in the mid-range. Physical on-ball defender.

Tobi Ijiwoye2023 6-3 F Tobi Ijiwoye – Fayette County
Plays with terrific energy. Smooth active athlete. Plays bigger than his size. Elevates very well. Cleans up the glass and can push the ball coast-to-coast. Sharp eurostep. Adding a consistent mid-range jumper would be a major boon. Finishes around the rim. Handles well as a tweener. Locks up as an on-ball defender. Capable of guarding 1-5.

Christopher Perry2026 6-6 W Christopher Perry – Bradwell Institute – South Georgia Elite
Long lefty oozes upside. Scores inside and out. Confident jump shooter. Can wreck games on defense with his shot blocking and ability to blow up screens and defend all over. Athletic three-level scorer with a strong floor game. Will be a stat sheet stuffer for the next three seasons. Averaged 8.4 points, 4.4 rebounds, 1 steal and 1.3 blocks as a freshman. Should have a D-I future.


Kohlmin Nelson2025 5-7 PG Kohlmin Nelson – Bradwell Institute – South Georgia Elite
Has speed in the open floor. Smart without the ball, will cut baseline for scoring opportunities. Breaks down defenders off the dribble and gets to his spots. Stingy defender can guard either spot in the backcourt.

Carter Turnbow2025 5-9 PG Carter Turnbow – Allatoona – Dawgs Elite
Sharpshooter off the catch. Spaces the floor. Changes speeds with hesitation moves. Crafty ball handler gets into the lane and plays off two feet. Has upside as a playmaker.

Jeremiah Phillips2024 5-10 CG Jeremiah Phillips – Berkmar
Physically strong guard that has been in the weight room. A threat to score from beyond the arc. Turns corners well and gets low on drives. Is an active defender that can frustrate opponents.

Cameron Ogletree2025 5-10 G Cameron Ogletree – Heard County – YSE
Downhill distributor. Sucks in the defense before dropping off for layups. Did a good job of finishing in traffic. Is a patient scorer that waits for plays to develop before making his move.

Jaylin Harper2025 5-10 G Jaylin Harper – Putnam County – Central Georgia Empact
Quick guard. Wiry and lean. Is effective in transition and will eurostep past defenders with ease. Helps stretch the floor with his outside shot. Has a compact base on his jumper. Is a willing defender.

Landen Pitts2023 6-3 W Landen Pitts – Allatoona – SEBA FCI Warriors
Long and athletic. Very active on both ends of the floor. Jumps into passing lanes and earns deflections with his wingspan. Has a quick first step downhill. Can hang in the air when finishing around the basket. Is a blossoming three-level scorer with an improved three-point shot. Identifies mismatches and exploits them. Will go into the low post. Defends every position on the court. Holds a 4.2 GPA and 1220 SAT.

Dontae Crowder2025 6-4 W Dontae Crowder – Christian Heritage – AOT
Strong, well-built wing. Really opened up his game as a do-everything player at camp. Showcased his versatility as an inside-out player that can serve time at every position. Excelled at collecting rebounds and pushing the ball coast-to-coast. Finishes through contact well. Hit mid-range jumpers off the dribble. Has an intriguing long-term ceiling.


Landon Bonner2024 6-0 G Landon Bonner – Putnam County
Shifty, explosive driver. Has no issue creating separation on the perimeter. Crafty finisher. Does a good job of getting to spots in the mid-range. Three-level scorer can be a microwave. Averaged 19.4 points and 5.7 rebounds during breakout junior season.

Harper Ford2026 5-10 G Harper Ford – Athens Christian – Classic City Ballers
Quick with the ball. Will need to great stronger, but has commendable functional strength. Was able to get to the rim and finish with a floater. Held his own against more physical guards. Saw the floor well.

Caden Watson2026 6-1 G Caden Watson – Banks County – Georgia Generals
Likes the three-point shot. Helps space the floor with his range. Has length and may grow a little more. When ran off the line, showed the calmness to put the ball on the deck and get to the hoop.

Charlie Dunbar IV2025 6-4 F Charlie Dunbar IV – Thomas County Central – Team GA Magic
Effective offensive rebounder. Has a really good frame that will continue to add muscle. Looks and plays like an upperclassman. Was comfortable stepping outside to shoot the short corner and mid-range jumper. Did a good job of handling pressure. Intelligent player and a strong student with a 4.08 GPA.

Hunter Amick2024 6-4 W Hunter Amick – Brookwood – Hoop Atlanta
Was one of camp’s top performers. Played with a terrific motor. Strong, tough-nosed wing provided production inside and out. Attacked off the dribble as a scorer and distributor. Absorbed contact at the rim. Had a nose for the ball as a rebounder. Nailed threes when open. Scored at all three levels. Has value in small-ball lineups with his ability to play/defend multiple positions.


Thrasher Wilkins2025 6-0 G Thrasher Wilkins – Athens Christian
Really impressed with his IQ and understanding of the subtleties of the game. Has great footwork. Loves to pump fake and get to his one-dribble pull-up. Head fakes help freeze defenders temporarily. Very good shooter that can hit the step-back three, able to create space off the bounce. Has poise under pressure. Effective defender contests shots very well. Rock-solid young guard that will win a lot of games over his career.

Gavin Beatty2023 5-10 G Gavin Beatty – Lyndon Academy
Three-point shooter that spaced the floor. Would occasionally make a move to the rim and could finish with tough reverse layups. Willing passer. Communicated well with his teammates.

Quincy Anderson2026 6-2 G Quincy Anderson – Thomas County Central – Xtreme Pressure
Lanky athlete that plays above the rim. Shoots the three well. When he decided to get downhill, he could finish with authority. His leaping ability and length give him upside as a perimeter defender.

Mason Lewis2024 6-4 G Mason Lewis – Woodland-Stockbridge – AE5
Stood out as one of camp’s top overall performers. Physically punishing swingman shined with the ball in his hands. Showcased lead guard skills, seeing the floor and attacking from all spots. Embraces contact on drives. Has a smooth all-around floor game. Was in charge of nearly every fastbreak. Uses his pivot well inside. Routinely got to his pull-up jumper. Can be an intense defender but can’t take plays off. Really strong rebounder. Should start popping up on college radars. 3.7 GPA student averaged 16.4 points, 5.9 rebounds and 2 assists per game.

Carshik Hall2023 6-4 F Carshik Hall – Groves – Coastal Bulls
Tough guy that does the dirty work. Rebounds and scores on putbacks and dump-offs. Will finish with dunks. Is a threat to drive baseline. Steps outside to shoot the mid-range jumper. Strong defensive presence.

Dream Freeman2026 5-10 G Dream Freeman – Clarke Central
Sturdy freshman plays hard. Provides a lot of effort and toughness. Uses his strength to mix it up on the glass and defensively. Was a likeable teammate.


Kamyias Jackson2025 6-0 G Kamyias Jackson – Thomas County Central – GA Suns
Spindly guard with length. Brought a high motor to camp. Took pride in his defensive effort. Helped run the offense. Was able to play on and off the ball. Was at his best when making quick decisions.

Turtle Arzuaga2026 5-6 PG Turtle Arzuaga – Carver-Atlanta – HR Elite
4.3 GPA. Turtle was the first at camp. Crafty lefty was the smallest player in the gym, but still found ways to be productive. Got to his push floater out of spin moves and could kiss shots off the glass from tough angles. Shot the ball well from beyond the arc. Willing distributor. Played with a joy for the game.

Khari Manning2023 6-0 G Khari Manning – Groves – Coastal Bulls
Tough. Plays very hard on both ends of the floor. Really tried to standout with his on-ball pressure and overall defensive instincts. Runs the floor and fills lanes. Streaky shooter with a quick first step to the hoop.

Antonio Johnson2023 6-2 G Antonio Johnson – Mundy’s Mill – Unit Elite
Bowling ball of a guard. Powerful downhill driver. Finishes through contact extremely well. Physicality overwhelmed most who tried to prevent him from getting to his spots. Southpaw is a tough isolation cover. Uses his body to spin off defenders. Is a capable three-point shooter. Strong rebounder plays bigger than his size.

Issa Barnes2026 5-11 G Isaa Barnes – Norcross – Brotherhood Elite
Built like a linebacker. Brought toughness and energy. Had a few nice dribble moves to get by defenders. Likes to spin in traffic. Will knockdown the corner three. Bodies up well as a perimeter defender.

Jaydon Cole2025 6-2 G Jaydon Cole – King’s Ridge – TSF 2025
One of the best shooters in the 2025 class. Not just an off the catch sniper. Got to his mid-range jumper off the dribble. High IQ. Processes what the defense is trying to do and can dissect them with his pocket passing. Crafty defender. State champ with 4.0 GPA.


Hampton Ford2024 6-0 G Hampton Ford – Athens Christian – Classic City Ballers
Lefty has a smooth game. Dangerous perimeter scorer that can energize an offense with his quick ball handling and playmaking. Shifty driver. Mentally tough.

Ethan Parker2024 5-11 G Ethan Parker – Dawson County – North GA Elite
Picked up to defend full court. Sneaks in to steal inbound passes. Has an easy flow to his game, able to get into his three-point shot with no effort. Sneaky athletic. Does the dirty work, willing to draw charges. Unselfish mindset.

Kaleb Crawford2024 6-0 G Kaleb Crawford – Putnam County – JC Ducks
Hard playing southpaw. Brings toughness to the table as a defender. Blocks out and gets on the floor. His motor helped him stand out.

Jamal Jackson2024 6-0 PG Jamal Jackson – Bradwell Institute – South Georgia Elite
Tight handle in traffic. Knows how to use his strength to find advantageous situations. Makes plays for others as he gets into the teeth of the defense. Helped set the tone defensively with his ability to cut off drives and recover.

J'Mari Greene2026 6-0 G J’Mari Greene – Putnam County – Team Georgia Magic
Showed flashes of his upside. Young guard likes to plant his foot and get to the hoop. Doesn’t get much lift on his jump shot. Provided effort on defense with his speed.

Keyni Crawford2023 6-3 W Keyni Crawford – Putnam County – JC Ducks
Was a breakout star performer at camp last year and was great again this Sunday. Unsigned senior is a serious sleeper. Wired to score. Has major length. Smooth, easy game. Drills threes, gets to his spots in the mid-range and explodes toward the rim. Earned rave reviews from coaches as being one of the best players in camp. Three-year starter averaged 13 points, 4.7 rebounds, 2 assists and 2 steals per game his senior season. 3.1 GPA and 19 ACT. Could be a player that is a steal after a year or two at the JUCO level.

Jaydon Bone2025 6-1 G Jaydon Bone – ELCA – Team EYA
Good size for a lead guard. Finishes through contact. Very confident player with a high upside. Attacks in a variety of ways. Can be a difference maker on defense. Creative ball handler. Will have a big impact in his debut season in the GHSA.