2025 Isaiah Henry (Cannon): Henry’s growth as a player can easily be seen and recognized. The sophomore prospect is continuing his play this summer and offseason, and kicked off the season in a big way on Day 2. One can see that Henry just has a different feel to his game, a better understanding of what he can do, and is taking the game more into his own hands. His combination of strength and physicality, along with his skill set is quite intriguing, as he was incredibly productive in scoring effectively from all over. Looking for a big year and for his recruitment to continue to rise.

2023 Michael Mora (Asheville School): Mora might not be a player that many are familiar with but he certainly is one that can help a program at the next level. He checks off boxes that you will like; a 6’6 strong and sturdy prospect, and he does an excellent job in finding the open spots on the floor and knocking down shots from the perimeter while also being a secondary ballhandler on the floor. A smart prospect that can defend multiple positions and has a fluid shooting motion.

2023 Bryce Cash (Carmel Christian): Cash is a player that we have spoken about plenty of times, but one more time doesn’t hurt. There is a lot to like about Cash’s game and his impact. When one is able to focus on his strengths as a player, there is a lot to like with his combination of IQ, physicality, athleticism and scoring ability, and defensive awareness. Cash shows that he can be a leader on the floor, being a useful ballhandler but also a player that can make his impact felt in a variety of ways with his college-ready frame.

2024 Zion Walker (The Burlington School): Walker may have had the performance of the event, going off for 33 points and putting his team on his back to help them secure the win. I can remember on several occasions Walker has shown his ability to lock in and take over a game, as his ability to create for himself, get paint touches on a regular basis, and get to the line is quite impressive. If one looking for a mentality tough-minded guard that has the ability to score tough baskets but also be a playmaker for others, Walker is your guy.

2023 Isaiah Tate (Concord Academy): Tate is another player that certainly opened more eyes with what he showed at the event. Part of a terrific backcourt with 2024 JJ Moore (who could be another name on this list), Tate’s confidence has risen, and it is quite noticeable. His ability to be a consistent shot-maker with range is noticeable, reading the defense, playing off the ball and finding his shot, and is a true threat from behind the arc. If he continues to show his revamped game, more eyes could be coming his way.

2023 Cannon Keziah (Northwood Temple): Keziah has a very good weekend of basketball and one can expect that this won’t be the last time you hear his name. As we mentioned before, Keziah plays with a ton of confidence and instantly becomes a threat with his quick trigger and his terrific range; but he was equally impressive with his ability to make plays off the dribble. Can really become instant offense for a team, isn’t afraid of taking big shots, and competes on the defensive end.

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