By: Bryant McGowan

6’2 2024 Vincent Bertolini-Felice

A true presence in the post, Vincent Bertolini-Felice played very effectively down low all day long. His footwork is extremely advanced for his age, showcasing drop steps and post hooks that opposing big men struggled to contest. Bertolini-Felice also impressed on the defensive end. He used his strong build to outmuscle opponents in the paint and displayed great timing when jumping to contest shots. He played the role of your prototypical big man and produced with great efficiency down low.

5’6 2024 Aidan Cook

Aidan Cook was one of the first guards that impressed me from the opening station. With great hustle from start to finish, Cook was an impact player in every game. He flashed an impressive touch from distance, knocking down multiple 3 pointers on the day. When he wasn’t knocking down shots from the perimeter, Cook played extremely unselfishly and made the right plays with the ball. Cook is a great floor general in the making, keep an eye out for this young bull.

4’9 2026 Brayden McRae

Brayden McRae was one of the youngest players competing, but you wouldn’t know it from watching him today. McRae is undersized but made up for any lack of size with outstanding hustle play and high basketball IQ. He had court vision beyond his years and created open looks for his teammates in every game he played. If McRae continues to grow as his game develops, he will be a scary good point guard prospect for years to come.

5’11 2024 Peter Moye

Peter Moye was an offensive machine in every game he played today. After racking up 16 in his first game, he followed up that performance with a 26 point effort. He showed off a diverse skill set, using his broad shoulders to create space in the painted area and stretching it out to hit shots from the perimeter. His soft touch in close made all of his buckets look easy, even the tough post hooks and mid-range jump shots.. Moye could not be stopped no matter how fast or strong the defender.

5’2 2025 Drew Johnson

Drew Johnson made it known early he was the best playmaker attending the camp today. His ability to dominate the 2-man game made his team virtually unstoppable throughout the day. His ability to handle the ball and decipher defensive rotations allowed him to create great looks for himself and his big men. With such a quick first step, he blew by defenders and forced the defense to collapse on him. He did an excellent job exploiting the help defense and always found the open man. This kid is going to be a special player one day.