#5- Kingston Brown- Though somewhat undersized, Brown has stood out as one of the most polished floor generals in attendance. He’s so sharp and alert at all times, especially with the ball in his hands, and has the ability to carve up opposing defenses with his pristine passing. Brown is also quite tough and finishes well through contact at the basket. He has the ball on a string and leads by example on both ends of the floor.
#14- Joshua Staley- Despite being one of the youngest and smallest players in attendance, Staley was undeniably impressive as a true floor general. His IQ and vision are simply incredible; he makes the right play at the right time with poise and consistency. Staley knows how to score but is always looking to set up his teammates. He has the chance to be special with physical maturity.
#22- Bryson Drummond- The strong-bodied wing prospect was one of the most productive performers on display. He handles the ball, scores effectively from all three levels, and utilizes his strength exceptionally well in the paint as a finisher and two-way rebounder. Drummond can defend multiple positions on defense at this level and makes smart decisions in transition.
#26- Christain Gentry- It should go without saying, but Gentry was the most exciting and dominant floor general on display. He’s so incredibly intelligent and it’s evident in literally every movement he makes, both with and without the ball in his hands. Gentry possesses impressive vision, three-level scoring prowess, and the ability to absolutely thrive in the open floor. He has that “it” factor and genuinely has a chance to be special with continued work.
#30- Lucas Bradley- There a lot to like with Bradley, especially when he’s scoring the ball with efficiency, which he’s entirely capable of doing from all three levels. Bradley has quickness and handles the ball quite well with either hand. He’s a useful playmaker with great energy and shooting prowess.
#49- Damario Saxon- Few guys have a better crossroads between production and long-term potential than Saxon. He has an enticing frame and was able to score the ball in a variety of different ways. Saxon utilizes his length well, especially on defense, and understands how to make plays without requiring the ball in his hands.
#53- Jayden Dunn- There’s a lot of obvious appeal with the strong, fairly skilled post prospect, given his ability to control the action on both ends of the floor. Dunn can reliably create his own shot from the post or off the dribble, which makes him difficult for opponents to contain. He plays with a strong motor and fights hard for every available rebound. Dunn has definite upside remaining and will be a player to monitor throughout his continued progression.