The Hundred Session III Top Performers

The Hundred Session III Top Performers

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2027 6-7 W Will Russell – Redline UA Rise – Eastside
Will is a hidden gem that may come out of nowhere to surprise people considering he didn’t play varsity last year with Eastside, but likely will be the team’s best player immediately as a sophomore. More so known for his baseball prowess currently, Russell is likely a blow-up candidate. His game is a little reminiscent to that of Maynard Jackson’s Cam Dover as a highly skilled combo-forward that can do damage inside and out. Similar to Dover’s meteoric rise from obscurity, Russell will quickly pop up on scouting reports. At 6-foot-7, Russell has a nice back-to-the-basket game with skilled footwork and patience in the pivot. The lean forward has functional strength, not getting pushed off his spot as he utilizes strong drop steps and can score through contact with both hands. Will is very comfortable on the perimeter and looks natural on the wing. He loves to catch and quickly jab step before making a move downhill. He has agile footwork for his size, spinning off defenders before dropping in floaters. Russell’s length helps him finish at the basket, rebound and alter shots on defense. In a 56-51 win over Pro One Select, Russell finished with 8 points, 9 rebounds, 1 assist and 1 block. Expect Will to blossom into one of Georgia’s top 2027 forwards. If baseball doesn’t become his number one focus, Russell looks like a D-I basketball prospect.

2026 5-8 PG Huey Blalock – Atlanta Timberwolves – Rabun County
Possibly Georgia’s most creative point guard, Huey Blalock paced the high-octane Atlanta Timberwolves offense with his passing. The three-heavy Timberwolves had games of 17, 14 and 14 made threes with Blalock running the show. Huey recorded 10 assists apiece in the first two games of the weekend, thriving as a drive-and-kick creator. Blalock loves to penetrate, hang in the air and twist his body to have his back to the rim to shield defenders before delivering missiles to his shooters. His ability to accurately whip in behind the back passes is impressive. What helps separate Blalock from other great playmakers is his attention to detail on defense along with his feistiness. Often the smallest player on the floor, Blalock plays with a chip on his shoulder when defending. He is scrappy and crafty. He got stuck guarding the post on numerous occasions against OTP NXT and ended up drawing three offensive fouls. Huey in fact is an extremely effective post defender for his size when trapped inside, doing a very good job of walling up to challenge shots then springing up to clear rebounds. Against Pro One Select, Blalock tallied 8 points, 6 rebounds, 10 assists, 2 steals and 1 block. In Game 2 vs. OTP NXT, Huey went for 2 points, 2 rebounds, 10 assists and 1 block. He finished the weekend by scoring 12 points against Redline. Blalock is one of the state’s most fun point guards to watch. He is like a wind-up toy with the energy he plays with, weaving around defenders and making his teammates better with his court vision. If schools can look past his height, they will be getting a true playmaker that can consistently create open shots. D-II and D-III schools should start keeping tabs.

2027 5-6 G Jamin Martin – Atlanta Timberwolves – Pickens
Jamin was the best three-point shooter I saw this weekend. Standing around 5-foot-6, maybe closer to 5-foot-7 by now, Martin is a true specialist from beyond the arc, following in the foot steps of older brother Isaac who sank 325 threes over the course of his career at King’s Ridge. Over three games at Lakepoint, Jamin netted 13 threes highlighted by a 20-point outing against Pro One Select, hitting six long balls. Martin has a picture-perfect shot and deep range. As he grows, he will get stronger which will help him handle the ball against pressure. Jamin is a premier floor spacer in North Georgia.

Jordan Coney2025 6-0 G Jordan Coney – Georgia Stars Terry – Treutlen
Up from South Georgia, Jordan Coney brought with him his aggressive scorer’s mentality as Georgia Stars Terry went 4-1 and Coney averaged over 13 points per game. Against Pro One Select, Coney went for 20 points, 3 rebounds, 4 assists and 5 steals. Jordan has a fluid shot with a quick release. He sank two threes to open the game before switching his attack to getting downhill. Jordan utilized spin moves to get free and showcased his motor with his activity on the offensive glass. He went 4-5 from the foul line and was able to convert steals into transition layups.

2025 6-2 G Jaydon Cole – OTP NXT 17U – King’s Ridge
With West Georgia on hand for the game, Jaydon Cole dumped in 23 points, 3 rebounds, 4 assists and 3 steals in a 66-65 loss to NC Premier. The sharpshooter buried five threes, mostly off the catch but did include a pull-up. Cole mixed in a pair of drives and scored off a steal, kissing a short jumper off the glass. Outside of his trademark marksmanship, Jaydon flashed his growth as an on-ball creator, attacking the basket as both a scorer and distributor. Cole uses his body well on drives and was able to find the open man out of pick-and-roll situations. Radford offered Cole last year. Expect D-I and D-II programs alike to be in the recruiting mix.

2028 5-10 G Travell Stegall – GA Stunners – Alexander
The incoming freshman is wired to score. Stegall finds points from all three levels. He has a soft touch on his jumper, deftly using the glass when the angle presents itself. Travell also delivered some nice passes in the air when he changed his mind on shots and found open teammates on the block. Stegall was among the tournament’s leading scorers, pouring in 18.4 points per game as the Stunners went 4-1.

Frank Jackson2026 6-4 W Frank Jackson – OTP NXT 16U – Paideia
Frank at times is a positionless basketball player. You can use him in any role and he will deliver. Jackson has the size, athleticism and most importantly skill to provide minutes 1-5. He did his usual tough work in the post in the first half against the Atlanta Timberwolves, but when a three-point shooting contest broke out in the second half, Jackson fought fire with fire netting three quick threes in succession to keep the T-Wolves at bay. Frank finished with 18 points, 3 rebounds, 4 assists and 1 steal while playing under the weather. Jackson is typically an effective rebounder and on Saturday, showed off his physicality in the post using a strong drop step to score inside. His versatility and motor will attract schools of all levels. Florida Gulf Coast offered in October.

2026 6-3 G Tony LoPresti – SEBA FCI Warriors – Mt. Paran
Tony came out of the gate like gangbusters against the 2027 Atlanta Celtics, putting up 14 first half points. LoPresti read cracks in the defense to score on three baseline out of bounds floaters. Tony finished with 18 points, 5 rebounds, 3 assists, 1 steal and 1 block. He moved well without the ball, scoring on cuts and in transition. In the halfcourt, LoPresti netted a short turnaround jumper and opened up the floor in the second half with a mid-range shot. Tony’s comfortability working from 15-feet and in against larger opponents is a credit to his patience and scoring touch.

2026 6-4 W Wyatt Thomason – SEBA FCI Warriors – North Cobb Christian
Wyatt came on strong in the second half against the 2027 Atlanta Celtics with his scoring after facilitating in the first half. Thomason had a nice synergy with Tony LoPresti, hitting him multiple times on baseline out of bounds plays for easy hoops. Thomason, at 6-foot-4, nearly 6-foot-5, is a well-rounded scorer in his own right. He cashed in on a pair of threes and showed the ability to finish with both hands on drives. With his length, the wiry swingman is an effective defender that can close passing lanes with his reach. Wyatt finished with 16 points, 4 rebounds, 5 assists, 1 steal and 1 block in a 59-53 loss. North Cobb Christian is loaded with young talent and Thomason is now one of the team’s elder statesmen, returning with the most experience on the roster after averaging 9.1 points, 4 rebounds, 2 assists and 1.2 steals as a sophomore.

2025 6-7 F Elonzo Milla – Atlanta Timberwolves Green – Druid Hills
I liked what I saw out of Elonzo Milla on Saturday. The stretchy forward has an interesting skillset. He has quality footspeed and can play both inside and out. When needed, Milla can put the ball on the floor to attack from the wing and high post. He has a good-looking jumper with three-point range, netting two against the Hype Hawks. Milla showed touch around the basket scoring with reverse layups. Elonzo has mismatch upside with his tweener game. Adding some more muscle could help him stick around the basket, but his outside shot and quickness for his size make him a weapon when on the perimeter. He tallied 15 points, 4 rebounds, 1 assist and 1 block in the loss. D-III programs may want to do their due diligence.

Jacob Bryant2024 6-3 G Jacob Bryant – HYPE Hawks AD – Alpharetta
Under the radar seemingly his entire career although his stats should suggest otherwise, the unsigned senior went about his work by dumping in 20 points, 4 rebounds and 2 steals in a weekend opening win over the Atlanta Timberwolves. The scoring machine averaged 21.7 points per game for the tournament, ranking second in the 17U Division. Bryant drilled five threes against the Timberwolves, scoring off the catch and off the dribble from distance. Jacob has a sturdy lower half with strong legs which generate power toward the rim, allowing him to finish with dunks. Schools looking for a scoring-minded big guard that can play on and off the ball will want to touch base. Reinhardt offered last June. It’s surprising to see Bryant still on the board.

2026 6-6 W Zayd Muhammad – AC Georgia – Lakeside-DeKalb
It was a positive first impression made by Zayd Muhammad in AC Georgia’s 57-51 loss to the 2027 Atlanta Celtics. Muhammad had an efficient outing, recording 16 points, 6 rebounds and 1 assist. Zayd drained four threes as his versatility and potential shined. The baby-faced swingman has great tools to work with. His length is impressive as is his outside shooting. Zayd can be utilized in a variety of ways. He can help set up the offense as a primary ball handler or play off the ball waiting to catch-and-shoot. I really liked the late action I witnessed which saw Muhammad work as a pick-and-pop man out of a screen, getting free for a three-pointer. Zayd feels like an inevitable stock riser.