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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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Nayel Camper2024 5-8 G Nayel Camper – Cartersville
Cartersville has broken out of the doldrums, improving from 4-14 to 17-11 a season ago, earning Class 5A Most Improved Team honors. Expect the Lady Canes to improve on that mark with nearly their entire roster back including a much improved Nayel Camper, a breakout candidate. Camper has had a strong offseason after averaging 5.2 points, 6.1 rebounds, 2 assists and 2.3 steals per game as a junior. At camp on Saturday, Nayel showcased her improved offensive game and aggressive mindset. She is very good at getting downhill and finishing through contact. Camper is a skillful finisher that puts just the right amount of English on her reverse layups. Nayel can also step outside to shoot the three. Defensively, she can help guard all three spots on the perimeter. Wesleyan College offered at the conclusion of camp. I expect her name to start appearing on more NAIA and D-III radars.

Gracie Byford2025 5-5 PG Gracie Byford – Villa Rica
Gracie always has the neon green light at PRO camps. Confidence is never an issue for the offensive sparkplug. Byford piles in points in bunches and is a must-watch for mixtape producers like Bonafyde. Gracie pulls threes from way beyond the arc, getting her full body into her launches. Once she sees one shot drop, plenty more are to follow. Aside from her endless jump shooting range, for me it was the glimpses of Byford’s upside as a playmaker that stood out. Gracie is a shifty attacker that draws the entire defense’s attention when driving. She can use that to her advantage by either dumping off to teammates on the block or kick out to open shooters on the perimeter.

Jayla Walton2027 5-3 G Jayla Walton – Southwest DeKalb
Even though she was one of the youngest players in camp, there was no avoiding that fact that Jayla Walton was one of the best players in camp. Walton, who played with Southwest DeKalb in GBCA Live, looked more than comfortable playing with older competition. Walton is a knockdown shooter. Though she can fill it up from deep, Jayla isn’t a one-trick pony. She is a skilled ball handler that can beat pressure by getting to her spots. Walton could play a key role as a floor spacer this upcoming season.

Devin Bockman2026 5-4 PG Devin Bockman – Midtown
It’s hard not to like the activity of Devin Bockman. She provides great effort on both sides of the ball, easily apparent by what she did as a freshman last season averaging 7.9 points, 3.6 rebounds, 2.4 assists and 2.6 steals. Devin flies around the floor defensively and is a heady decision maker in transition. She likes to get to her pull-up jumper but also has a burst of speed to get all the way to the hoop. With their entire team intact from last year’s 22-9 Elite Eight group, Midtown is a sneaky sleeper to make a run at the Class 5A title.

Hailey Wortmann2026 6-1 C Hailey Wortmann – Midtown
Wortmann shows flashes of her long-term potential. Blessed with great size and an athletic frame, Hailey immediately passes the eye test. She was able to be effective in the paint earning second chance opportunities and displayed a soft touch when finishing five feet away from the basket. Continuing to play her size – exploding up when finishing around the rim – will help her reach her ceiling.

Maya Crawford2024 6-1 C Maya Crawford – Central-Macon
Maya turned heads at camp. Standing 6-foot-1, Crawford was not bashful about competing in the paint. Her physical brand of basketball could be seen on both ends of the floor. Crawford carved out space with her power drop steps and was able to change shots inside defensively. The more reps she gets, the better Crawford can be. There is a spot on a college roster somewhere for the hard playing post. Wesleyan College has already offered.

Kacie Reeves
2027 5-6 G Kacie Reeves – Central-Macon
It wasn’t long ago that Kacie started taking basketball seriously, following in the footsteps of older brother Kowacie Reeves Jr. (Georgia Tech). Much like her sibling, it looks like Kacie is ascending on an impressive trajectory. Reeves has a good build for a freshman but more importantly, she has a pretty form on her outside shot. Kacie knocked down three after three, especially in stations. Don’t be surprised to see her play off the ball as a freshman as a catch-and-shoot three-point specialist alongside All-State guards Alaya Grane and Taliah Grier. Reeves adds another integral scoring threat to a team rooted in physical defense.

Dailey Jefferson2024 5-10 F Dailey Jefferson – Sprayberry
Dailey gets a crack at public school ball her final season after starring at Walker. Jefferson is a springy forward that is quick off her feet to secure rebounds and finish inside. She isn’t afraid to throw her muscle around when carving out opportunities to score and has shown the ability to attack from the perimeter. D-III programs are wisely tracking her.

Jaden Young
2025 5-8 G Jaden Young – Morgan County
Fresh off the soccer pitch, Jaden Young didn’t look rusty at all on Saturday. Young looked confident as a scorer. She was able to get to her shot in rhythm, not hesitating to catch and let it fly. Young moves well with nimble footwork but also can serve as a big guard, able to provide some power when attacking the hoop. An elite academic student, with basketball becoming her primary focus over the next two seasons, expect D-III programs to start honing in.

Cameron Terry
2027 5-5 G Cameron Terry – Chapel Hill
Terry should provide a lift for Chapel Hill in Year 1. She is a strong athlete that can handle the ball and absorb contact when getting downhill. When the ball isn’t in her hands, she runs the floor hard to find openings. Cameron’s physical tools are impressive.

Janiya McCoy
2025 5-0 PG Janiya McCoy – Southwest DeKalb
Not many players in the state can say defense is their calling card. ClampGod Janiya McCoy takes great pride in her on-ball defense. The wiry undersized guard is a bundle of athleticism and energy. She is an absolute pest that can pick up and defend the entire length of the floor.

Ella Rainwater2027 5-5 G Ella Rainwater – Buford
Ella Rainwater is the perfect fit at Buford. She plays incredibly hard and is the first to get on every loose ball. The hustler wasn’t afraid to mix it up with bigger opponents. Offensively, Ella profiles as a heady decision maker that can knockdown threes consistently.

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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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Mackenna Nix2025 5-11 F Mackenna Nix – Temple
Following a breakout season in which she guided Temple to the Sweet 16 for the first time in over a decade, Mackenna Nix continued her ascent on Sunday, showcasing a versatile offensive repertoire. At nearly 6-foot tall, Nix can be a mismatch inside and out. She is a physical presence on the low block with great hands, able to snag rebounds at their highest point. Mackenna has a variety of back-to-the-basket post moves, on Sunday getting to her hook shot the most. While she is effective in the paint on post ups, running the floor and rolls, Nix can also attack from the perimeter. She beats defenders downhill and can stop short for pull-ups. Mackenna is also a willing three-point shooter that helps space the floor in spurts to open up the court for her teammates. Nix should be on the precipice of receiving offers. She looks like a solid D-II target with two more seasons to develop even more.

Jesstynie Scott
2025 5-9 G Jesstynie Scott – Schley County
Entering camp with a handful of offers scattered between D-I and D-II, Scott was able to separate herself from other guards on Sunday with her blend of size, skill, athleticism and IQ. The two-time All-State guard is a stat sheet stuffer. She does so much well as her sophomore season proved, posting 21.1 points, 2.9 rebounds, 4.6 assists and 4.7 steals per game. Jesstynie stood out at camp as a vocal leader that also managed to lead by example. She set the tone with aggressive on-ball defense and converted turnovers into points, either getting all the way to the rim herself or delivering on-the-money assists to streaking teammates. Scott finishes well at the basket with both hands and is a solid three-point shooter. Her do-everything approach coupled with an overall mature feel gives Jesstynie a high ceiling as a rising upperclassman.

I'ziah McCutchins
2024 5-3 PG I’ziah McCutchins – Trion
As a true point guard should, I’ziah was able to influence games without having to be the primary scoring option. Her energy as a defender, her court vision as a playmaker and her security as a ball handler has led to a bevy of wins over the course of her career. McCutchins fills up box scores. She is a sneaky good rebounder for her size and her ability to always be around the ball often leads to good things. When she wants to, McCutchins can hurt defenses with her scoring. She does a nice job getting into the paint and is a solid three-point shooter off the dribble.

Madison Moody2026 5-5 G Madison Moody – Cherokee
Moody made an immediate impact as a freshman, earning All-Region honors. Her game was on full display at camp, using her perimeter firepower to score in different ways. Madison, who has strong legs which help her play with balance and explode up with lift on her jumpers, knocked down shots from all three levels. Moody canned a handful of threes on Sunday and was able to get to her floater when attacking the basket.

Madison Swint
2025 5-10 F Madison Swint – Carrollton
No matter what the setting, Madison Swint makes winning plays. Known for her willingness to do whatever is asked of her, it didn’t take any prompting to get Madison to play hard and make the right decisions. She rebounded in traffic, scored with both hands and of course, defended at a high level even drawing a charge – a rare occurrence in most camp settings. Swint knows how to stand out on defense; colleges will love her game.

Tori Ambroselli
2026 5-6 PG Tori Ambroselli – Centennial
Tori was one of the best freshmen in Georgia last year, averaging over 16 points per game. The dynamic playmaker was at it again on Sunday, using her speed to make things happen. Ambroselli picked up full court on defense, turning her ball handler multiple times before even getting to halfcourt. When the ball was in Tori’s hands, she excelled at breaking down the defense and getting into the paint where she thrived as a drive-and-kick facilitator. When she decided to hunt her own offense, Ambroselli was a blink in transition and was able to euro-step past defenders to finish with either hand. A D-I future isn’t out of the realm of possibility.

Nikolette Soden
2024 5-6 PG Nikolette Soden – Landmark Christian
I really liked what I saw from Nikolette Soden. The rising senior is a sparkplug in the backcourt. She is small but quick, darting in different directions. She had some impressive drives to the hoop, her best coming as she looked off a defender with a ball fake and went up for a layup. Soden should have plenty of opportunities to flourish her senior season at Landmark Christian. Small schools will want to keep an eye on her development.

2024 5-10 F Dailey Jefferson – Walker
I always appreciate the activity of Dailey Jefferson. She is a springy forward that at times plays bigger than her height with how well she rebounds. Dailey’s defense is also a boon, long enough to defend in the post and block shots but also quick enough to move her feet laterally when defending on the perimeter. Jefferson is a constant double-double threat cleaning up misses. Dailey attacks from 15-feet and in, a solid option in the high post that can turn and face. Jefferson will stretch the floor from time to time as a capable three-point shooter. D-III programs took note of her performance.

Takeriauna Mosley2024 5-4 PG Takeriauna Mosley – Handley, AL
In from Alabama, the slick southpaw turned heads with her playmaking in the open floor. Mosley has great speed with the ball, pushing it up the court. She makes tough passes look easy, hitting teammates on the run with low laser-like bounce passes. Takeriauna is a shifty athlete that wiggles her way to the rim using spin moves. Ranked as the 28th best prospect in Alabama, Mosley shined as one of the top guards in camp and certainly one of the most exciting players to watch.

Asiah Thompson
2026 5-7 W Asiah Thompson – Wheeler
Keep an eye on Asiah. She has a knack for being around the ball. Thompson is a versatile piece that plays bigger than her size. She has a strong build and uses her body well when rebounding. Thompson is a sold athlete that is good at going coast-to-coast.

Hannah Lopez
2025 5-5 PG Hannah Lopez – Denmark
Hannah Lopez did her thing on Sunday, scoring on smooth drives to the basket with both hands and hitting threes. When Hannah is aggressive and looking for her offense, it opens up the floor for everyone else. She is a dangerous three-level scorer that breaks down defenses once she beats her on-ball defender. She will either pop a pull-up, a floater or hit an open shooter.

Shakiria Foster
2024 5-7 G Shakiria Foster – Lamar County
The multi-sport star made a positive first impression. Foster was named Class A D-I Second Team All-State after erupting for 26.1 points, 5.4 rebounds, 2.4 assists and 5.4 steals per game. Shy is a powerful athlete with a running back’s mentality in the open floor. After securing rebounds, she looks to break out ahead of the pack and get to the hoop. Foster is physically strong, able to shake defenders and score through contact at the rim. Shakiria has a strong pro hop gather in traffic which helps her load up to explode to the rim. Non-D-I schools of all levels should familiarize themselves with Foster’s game.

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Nayshaun Brown
2023 6-3 W Nayshaun Brown – Pebblebrook
Brown got coaches talking with his versatile game. The physically strong wing can absorb contact when getting downhill and provides a toughness on defense, able to guard multiple frontcourt positions. What stood out about Nayshaun’s game, was his soft shooting touch. He knocked down a handful of threes and was a threat to clean up misses and push the ball coast-to-coast before stopping on a dime for a pull-up. In sudden death overtime, it was Brown who hit the game-winning jumper in traffic. Nayshaun caught the eye of prep schools in attendance.

Ty Head2024 6-3 W Ty Head – Lamar County
Head opened up camp strong, really asserting himself in the first game of the day. The football quarterback is a very good athlete equipped with plenty of strength. He handles the ball well in transition and made numerous plays getting to the rim either converting through contact or tossing on-the-mark lob passes to streaking teammates. Head has the versatility to play all over the floor. He has compact three-point shot that keeps defenses honest and is physical when getting downhill. Head’s well-rounded floor game makes him an interesting prospect with another year to develop.

Thrasher Wilkins2025 6-0 G Thrasher Wilkins – Athens Christian
We all know Thrasher can shoot the ball and is a heady playmaker, but it is his defense that has really made a lasting impression over the past two weeks. Wilkins does a great job of contesting shots, timing his jumps perfectly often leading to getting a piece of the ball. He moves his feet well and is a solid rebounder that will tip caroms away to other teammates if he can’t get both hands on the ball. Wilkins also provided some flashy offense, delivering accurate no-look passes. Only a sophomore, Thrasher has a chance to continue his upward trajectory over the next two seasons. D-III schools may want to keep tabs eventually.

Jamil Aleem2024 6-3 W Jamil Aleem – New Faith Christian
The bouncy guard shot the ball very well. Jamil hit side-step threes off the dribble and was able to get to his spots in the mid-range. Aleem is a challenge to defend. He gets good lift on his jump shots, making them hard to contest. If Jamil is able to get downhill, his elevation makes him a very effective finisher. D-I schools have been in contact.

KJ Hicks2023 6-3 W KJ Hicks – Osborne
KJ Hicks is an explosive athlete. He is at his best when attacking the rim but on Sunday he showcased the ability to help stretch the floor with an improved jump shot. Hicks has the tools to develop into an impactful perimeter defender with his wingspan and athleticism.

Elijah MartinezPost Grad 6-3 G Elijah Martinez – Franklin Prep
Immediately in the first game of camp, Elijah Martinez had me scouring the roster to find his name. He brought immense energy and effort playing tight aggressive on-ball defense. The big guard was able to knock away steals and finish in transition. When he wasn’t starting the break, Martinez ran the floor hard as he filled lanes and converted at the rim.

Zaveon PhillipsPost Grad 5-9 PG Zaveon Phillips – Franklin Prep
One of the smaller guards in camp, Zaveon found his niche as a sparkplug. He caught fire as camp went on, the playmaker lighting it up from beyond the arc. When Phillips wasn’t scoring on the perimeter, he was creating for others as he controlled the flow of the game using an advanced handle. Defense ignited Phillips’ offense as he opened Game 1 as a pesky on-ball defender that got up under opponents.

David Williams2023 6-6 F David Williams – Arabia Mountain
Maybe the most intriguing unsigned senior in camp was David Williams. He’s a toolsy forward with length and mobility. He has a pretty hook shot in the middle of the lane. Defensively, he uses his reach to get to shots out of area either blocking them or at least altering them. Williams has some upside as a stretch-four, stepping out to hit a three. David’s best ball is ahead of him.

Donovan Carter2024 6-2 W Donovan Carter – Howard
Listed at 6-foot-2, Carter feels much bigger. He’s a well-built swingman that can play inside and out. He has a wide base on his jumper and will hit the one-dribble pull-up and corner three. Donovan runs the floor well. Carter mixes it up on the glass and can guard post players when needed.

Joshua Goode2024 6-3 W Joshua Goode – New Creation Christian
Goode has a knack for being around the ball. He tracked down key offensive rebounds time and time again. While his motor stood out, Joshua’s three-point shot was maybe his strongest attribute. He has good size outside and could scorch the nets when his feet were set.

Isaiah Luque2023 6-4 F Isaiah Luque – South Paulding
Zay brings energy and toughness inside. The springy forward competes on the glass and alters shots. Luque is an above-the-rim finisher that will also step outside to shoot the three. He has a chance to become an effective slasher from 15-feet and in.