2025 6’1 Nyk Lewis

Lewis was really impressive watching him on the court at the camp. The energy, the motor, the scoring ability, and his impact overall were impressive throughout. Though he holds several offers already, schools should really take notice of what he provided on the court. He was a strong scorer for his team, getting paint touches, staying aggressive, picking his shots, and being active both on the boards and on defense. He plays with a scrappy mentality that a college program would love to have.

2025 6’9 Deondrea Lindsey

I believe that Lindsey is an underrated prospect with what he provides to a team. He doesn’t need to be the focal piece of a team but he is a strong contributor that plays hard, does what is needed for his team, provides a scoring threat and versatility, and makes those hustle plays at 6’9.  A lot of programs could use a player like him on their team, and he is willing to put in the work.

2025 7’0 Eric Reibe

Another big man that really impressed me, Reibe is a highly skilled and fluid big who has a natural feel for the game. He runs the floor well from end to end, scores with touch and skill around the basket, can post up and finish around the rim as well as knock down jumpers from the mid-range. At his size, and his ability to not only go to work down low in the paint, rebound and protect the paint, and also stretch the floor from outside, Reibe is one that continues to rise up the rankings and has a very good camp overall.

2025 6’8 Kareem Stagg

Watching Stagg over the years, there is just something about his game that I really enjoy and what he provides on the court. At 6’8 and with his build, Stagg continues to impress with his ability to impact the game in so many ways, operate and move well at his size, and his comfort from all levels on the court. Scoring in the paint, finishing at the rim in transition, playing off the ball to knock down shots, and how he battles on the glass; Stagg is simply one that brings a lot of value to the table.

2025 6’9 Jacob Wilkins

 The Georgia commit was impressive and certainly had the attention of scouts all over the place. Watching him on several occasions, he was able to mix it up well and present problems with his athleticism, his feel and handles, and his fluidity of scoring from multiple levels. And that doesn’t mention some of the impact plays he had defensively.  On several occasions, he put on a show with his athleticism and finishing at the rim, but he really brought a strong overall package to the court throughout the camp.

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