6’8″ 2021 Jonathan Kuminga
Our Savior New American (NY)
30 Points, 12-22 FG, 4 Assists, 5 Steals, 2 Blocks
It was clear who the best player on the floor today was. It is astonishing Kuminga is only a sophomore, but it is also clear that Kuminga is one of the five (5) best sophomores in the country. The strong and hyper-explosive wing ran the floor and finished high above the rim when getting downhill from the wing or when filling the lanes and getting out in transition. Kuminga showcased the ability to grab and go, also initiate offense in the half court. He has a smooth feel, showcasing range by knocking down three 3-pointers as well as a nice two dribble pull up, going left. With Kuminga we are talking a sure one and done type of talent and a lottery pick when he comes out. Kuminga’s brother is Joel Ntambwe, a freshman at UNLV, so the talent runs in his family. Every school in the country should be recruiting him, and look to adjust and tweak his game for the next level.
6’5″ Unsigned Senior Asanti Price
Keenan High School (SC)
24 Points, 10-13 FG, 4-6 3P, 3 Boards, 3 Steals
It started this Summer with Team Vision as he separated himself as one of the states very best shooters. That play continued tonight as Price was exceptional in this game, showing the ability to score the ball in numerous ways. Off the look test, Price has wide shoulders with long arms. He is a bouncy athlete, able to finish high above the rim. Price also carries upside as a perimeter/wing defender. What really stands out about Price is his ability to really shoot the ball. He has a quick release that goes with a soft touch and deep range off the catch. New Orleans is currently his only offer, mid major D1s should start to pile on during the late signing period.
6’6″ 2020 Dillon Jones
Keenan High School (SC)
16 Points, 13 Boards, 5 Assists, 4 Steals
Jones is the epitome of production. He carries a unique skill set as he is someone who is able to initiate offense as well as rebound at a ridiculous rate. Jones has great court awareness and IQ and is able to deliver passes in both the half court and leading the break. Throughout the course of the game you would oftentimes find Jones with the ball in his hands calling the plays. He has a good change of pace and is a very instinctual defender. He carries offers from the likes of South Carolina and USC-Upstate, it is hard to pin-point him into a specific position, but once coaches look past that and appreciate him for his leadership and productivity, his recruitment should soar, because God knows he wins.
6’6″ Unsigned Senior Ahmard Harvey
Aspire Academy (KY)
23 Points, 10-20 FG, 16 Boards (11 Offensive), 2 Assists
Harvey seemed to be around the ball EVERY play. While his game may not have been the most aesthetically pleasing, it was ridiculously productive. He was an incredibly active offensive rebounder with 11 in the game. He carries great length and proved to be switchable on defense. He carries a Coastal Carolina offer, but he is someone who just produces winning plays throughout the course of a game.
6’2″ 2019 Trae Hannibal (South Carolina)
Hartsville High School (SC)
28 Points, 4 Boards, 2 Steals
Hannibal did not back down from the daunting match up of Our Savior New American (OSNA) in the opening game of the event. Clearly the teams were on two different levels, but Hannibal was also clearly the second best player on the floor (would have been first if not for future pro Jonathan Kuminga). Hannibal is a strong bodied point guard who plays with great IQ and explosion. He has excellent vision to go with a great change of pace and a very good middle game. Even with OSNA packing the paint and incredible rim protection, Hannibal was able to get what he wanted, pretty much when he wanted. He should be an early contributor for South Carolina.