6’4 ’25 Tyshaun Goldston (Midstate Magic)

Given the fact that he’s a noted two-sport athlete, folks shouldn’t be surprised to see Goldston listed as a standout. He offers a game-changing motor with the size, athleticism, and overall mentality to cause a ton of problems for opponents. Goldston showcased the full arsenal throughout the weekend. He hit jumpers, attacked off the bounce, and looked to rip off the rim at every opportunity. Goldston thrives in transition and finishes well through contact. He rebounds like a big, defends multiple positions, and is capable of producing in several different roles. Goldston has the ability to be a scholarship-level basketball player.

5’11 ’27 CP Perry (Carolina Riptide)

It doesn’t take long to see how Perry asserts himself as a leader with this group, both by example and through his overall production. Perry is a crafty, balanced floor general with the blend of vision, shot creation, and three-level scoring to burden a heavy offensive load. He’s a lethal shooter with deep range and the ability to hit jumpers off the catch or bounce. Perry regularly attacks the teeth of the defense and finishes over taller opponents. He’s a quality passer and scrappy defender. In addition to a scoring explosion, he offered a reliable presence as a floor general throughout the weekend.

6’2 ’26 Trey Beamer (Team United)

It’s no secret that Beamer is a personal favorite, and his showings at the event only further solidified that feeling. Rarely do players possess the IQ, instincts, and all-around ability to stand out, but that’s exactly what separates Beamer from other guards. He’s an incredibly smooth point guard who offers an ideal balance between playmaking and three-level scoring. Beamer plays with phenomenal pace and understands how to manipulate defenses to generate clean looks for himself and others. He breaks down defenders and touches the paint with ease, where he’s able to make sharp passes, finish through contact, or access his reliable array of runners/floaters. Beamer is also a knockdown shooting threat who punishes defenses for giving him open opportunities. Add in his pesky defensive presence and ability in transition, and Beamer should only continue to trend upward amongst Division I coaches.

6’5 ’26 Jossiah Johnson (Team Wall)

Although there were several quality standouts for this group, it’s impossible to ignore everything Johnson brings to the table. He’s a strong, physical, versatile wing/forward who can cause matchup problems on both ends of the floor. Johnson defends multiple positions with relative ease and possesses the necessary size to reliably contain bigger opponents. He finishes well through contact, but also displays a useful amount of skill for his size/position. Johnson also rebounds the ball at a strong rate on both ends of the floor. Scholarship-level coaches should already be getting involved.

6’5 ’28 Aiden Dalton (Team CP3)

Despite being the youngest player listed, it’s easy to see the long-term appeal with a prospect like Dalton. He already possesses an intriguing level of skill with the blend of size, fluidity, and toughness to make a lasting impact. Dalton utilizes his body well to overwhelm opponents and finish, but also appears comfortable spacing the floor and attacking off the bounce as needed. He blocks shots, secures rebounds, and naturally causes matchup problems for opponents. Dalton will definitely be a prospect to monitor going forward.

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