2025 DaRon Dunbar (Stars Gold):

Dunbar consistently has gotten it done and does so in a variety of ways. Dunbar brings a nice blend of physicality, ability to create, and skill to the court that can’t be denied. However you play him, he can find ways to produce, whether it is using his physical frame to body defenders up and finish around the basket, showcasing athleticism out in transition, and can also knock down shots from outside if needed.

2025 CJ Terrell (Stars Gold):

I’ve liked what I’ve seen from Terrell and what he provides. With his blend of feel, fluidity, and length, he is one that can provide positive production for his team in a variety of ways. He is active and engaged on the boards, is comfortable in making plays in the paint and creating second-chance opportunities, and is capable of stepping out. He doesn’t need to be the focal point to be productive for his team.

2025 RJ Lacossade (Team Swish):

Lacossade continues to be a weapon and leader for his team, as the 6’5 prospect finds ways to be an effective scoring option on the court. He runs the floor well, finds ways to create and get inside to score, showcases athleticism to finish at the rim, has good defensive instincts to impact the game in other ways, and brings a lot of versatility especially being able to make plays without scoring all the time.

2025 Liviu Anton (Team Vision):

Time after time, Anton was one that continued to stand out and just make plays in a variety of ways for his team. He plays with a strong motor, stays engaged all throughout on both sides, moves well without the ball, and finds ways to battle or make plays off the bounce to be a scoring option for his team.

2025 Chris Eagan (Upward Stars):

Eagan is one that we have highlighted and talked about before, as the North Carolina forward continues to develop his overall feel. Eagan continues to show tremendous footwork and a fluid feel in operating around the paint, as well as being active on the glass. But what really impressed us as well was his vision to find his teammates as a big man, setting up teammates for easy baskets.

2025 James Wood (Upward Stars Carolina):

Wood had a strong showing this past high school season, and he continued to be a productive option on the floor this past weekend. Wood continues to showcase that he can be a strong creator and make plays as a leader, but also is one that can make you pay from the perimeter as well at times. Wood is a guard that understands how to mix it up well on the court.

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