#25-Malcolm Knight- Tough, scrappy two-way guard that takes legitimate pride in his defensive presence. He has great quickness, which seamlessly translates to both sides of the ball and allows him to touch the paint with frequency.

 

#87-Jake Miller- High-motor guard prospect with an unselfish, team-first approach to every single possession. His top priorities are making the smart play, securing extra possessions, and consistently outworking his assignment.

 

#91-Jordan Lynch- Quick, tough guard prospect with an efficient jumper and the ability to frequently touch the paint. He creates and facilitates well while making life difficult for his assignment.

 

#99-Ryan Roberts- Wing prospect with nice size and shooting ability; he handles the ball pretty well, especially in transition, and moves purposefully as an off-ball cutter. Roberts defended and rebounded well during this contest.

 

#106-Blane St. Clair- Smooth guard with touch and shooting ability, able to generate offense and scoring on all three levels decently well. He displayed a high motor and did a great job of outworking opponents as a defender.

 

#107-Brevin Goodlett- Tough, gritty wing prospect with an incredibly strong motor and desire to overwhelm his opponent. He’s a versatile defender that guarded four to five positions well during this contest. Goodlett’s skillset will be one to watch grow.

 

#122-Lucas Taylor- Long, rangy wing prospect with nice athleticism and a formidable three-point stroke. He forced numerous turnovers and pushed the break in transition. Taylor was a willing passer that made nice reads with the ball in his hands.

 

#124-Miles Merriweather- Great all-around wing prospect with the ability to affect all facets of the game. He scores, creates, passes, and defends, all at a strong level, but also displays a nice IQ and doesn’t force the offensive action.

 

#134-Jacob Morgan- Long-bodied forward prospect with shot-making ability from midrange and beyond the arc; he can create for himself within two to three dribbles with relative ease.

 

#135-Jayden Beloti- Strong guard prospect with leadership qualities and a pretty well-rounded approach to the game. He scores well, getting downhill and finishing with regularity.

 

#158-Noah Allred- Skilled big man prospect with IQ and an excellent feel for the game; he’s a natural passer with great vision and the ability to make his teammates better on both sides of the floor. He finishes strong inside and utilizes his body well to rebound the ball.

 

#161-Sam Perez- Long, skilled, face-up forward with intriguing upside as a polished tweener forward; he’s a quality shooter with smooth mechanics and a great release point. He displays nice feel for the game and will continue developing on both sides of the ball.

 

#166-Nate Dunlop- Big, strong, smooth combo-forward with a terrific all-around skillset. He scores whenever he desires and gets it done from all three levels. Dunlop is going to be one of the Southeast’s big breakout stories during the upcoming year.

 

#168-Tommy Kamarad- Long-bodied big man with touch and face-up ability; he displays great two-way feel for the game and rebounds really well for his size. Kamarad doesn’t force the action, but is a very capable finisher inside the paint.

 

#172- Jeremyah McWilliams- Long, fluid athlete with great anticipation skills and timing for blocks and altered shots. He finishes strong inside the paint and is able to play above the rim. McWilliams will be a real problem once he adds strength.