2025 MJ Williams (Team Trezz):

Williams had big showing after big showing coming into the event, and he only backed it up down in South Carolina. Williams is a guard who simply understands how to be an effective offensive weapon, being a tremendous creator with the ball in his hands. Quick, shifty guard who attacks downhill, scores over defenders well, and picks his spots from a variety of levels. He consistently gets it done as an offensive weapon on the court.

2025 Taurus Lewis (Carolina Pressure):

A player that certainly opened eyes and it was reported that multiple schools reached out about was 2025 Taurus Lewis. Lewis put on a show all throughout the event, as the 6’4 played with a ton of confidence. He was able to get to his spots, pull up with confidence off the dribble, showcase range in his shot, use his length well to finish at the rim, and impact the game in a variety of ways.  Lewis had an eye-opening weekend and he should only build on that this summer.

2025 Landon Vaughan (Carolina Riptide):

Vaughan quietly had a great weekend, and I believe that he can help a future program. He understands what is needed and does the little things that allow him to impact the game. He runs the floor, plays hard on both sides, remains active on the court, keeps the ball high and finishes with soft touch, and has a knack for getting on the boards. Vaughan just knows what to do and where he excels right now, and he still has room for growth which should only bring more intrigue.

2025 Jonah Holt (East Carolina Elite):

Holt is a newer name that we have talked about the last two weeks but from what I’ve seen, he can play at the next level. The 6’3 prospect has a smooth feel to his game and understands how to be efficient and effective. Whether scoring off the dribble, knocking down shots off the catch, creating and helping on the boards, and being able to play multiple positions, Holt is one who deserves more attention his way out east in North Carolina.

2025 King Hubbard (NLPB Team Select):

Hubbard is another player to watch out for more, and he continues to build upon his game and put strong showings together this summer. He is a long guard with good athleticism to his game. Hubbard plays with strong energy, makes those hustle plays, and plays hard on both sides of the ball. But he also shows that he can elevate his game as an offensive weapon, driving and finishing, knocking down shots from multiple levels, and is comfortable with the ball in his hands.

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