2026 6’3 Jason Crowe Jr.

Crowe Jr. had a very good camp overall, including some impressive scoring outputs on several occasions. The 6’3 point guard was able to control the game, be a playmaker on the floor for himself and his teammates, and really showcase his ability to be an effective scorer. Really liked his ability to create off the dribble, bringing a strong understanding f how to create as well as distribute, but he also showed range in his game

2026 6’10 Aliou Dioum

Dioum was a newer name for me but just liked his overall activity and motor on the court. Dioum has a blossoming and developing skillset, as he plays with a ton of activity and just finds ways to produce on the court. He has a knack for the ball on the boards, creating opportunities in scoring off putbacks as well as attacking the glass defensively. He also finished well and at the rim time after time, as he just found ways to produce.

2026 6’11 Sam Funches

We were excited to see Funches in action and from what we saw, he is one that offers a lot to the table but still has potential in his game. He is long, big, and active, looking to help control the paint, being an offensive and defensive pressure, working hard inside the paint, scoring and finishing at the rim, and altering shots. There is a lot to like in what he could be at the end of his high school career.

2026 7’2 Favour Ibe

Ibe is one that I would really keep an eye on, as I think this 7’2 prospect has a lot of potential as he continues to develop. What I do like about his game is how smart he operates, his defensive presence, his ability to run the floor, and his presence down in the paint. Ibe does a great job in posting with his back to the basket, keeps the ball high, and is also smart on the defensive end in controlling the paint without fouling.

2026 6’7 Jalen Montonati

Montonati really flourished in his ability to knock down shots from all levels on the court. Time after time, he was able to display his confident release, his range, and his ability to knock down shots off the dribble. Montonati was tremendous in getting to his spots, finding the opening in the defense, and stretching the court with his jumper. But he was also able to get to his spots off the dribble for his jumper. Montonati is an intriguing 6’7 prospect with length, shot-making ability, and was able to get to the rim at times as well.

2026 6’6 Qayden Samuels

Samuels may have had the best showing of all the prospects in the Class of 2026. He played with a ton of confidence and really showed his versatility on the court. His comfort level from all levels on the court is impressive, scoring from behind the arc, hitting mid-range shots, creating off the dribble, and finishing at the rim. He put on several impressive showings that allowed him to earn All-Camp honors, and his recruitment should really take off more with what we saw.

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