Bricksquad Monopoly was able to come to the Hardwood Classic and many names will be back in action at the Phenom Hoops LIVE. This is a growing yet talented program that brings plenty of names for college programs. Check out a few names that were on display and what was as of late.

2025 6’2 Trevor Best
Offers: Arizona State, Cincinnati, Hampton, Norfolk State
Interests: James Madison, UMass, Tennessee, Marshall, Milwaukee, Missouri, High Point, Jacksonville, Radford
“’6’2 ‘25 Trevor Best (Brick Squad Monopoly) has been highly productive in this showing. Between hitting jumpers, attacking the basket, and applying pressure in the midrange, he’s shown the full offensive array. Quality athlete. Plays with an edge.”

2025 Lalith Tumula
Interests: Wake Tech CC, Hampden Sydney College

2025 6’3 Elijah Newsome
“2025 Elijah Newsome (Bricksquad Monopoly) was really able to flourish today as a creator, one that attacked off the dribble, and show more of his shot-making ability. Really liked his assertive feel on the court.”

2025 6’3 Howard “Tre” Herbert
Offers: College of Charleston
Interests: Eastern Kentucky, James Madison
“2025 Tre Herbert (Bricksquad Monopoly) is a strong, physical force that excels in getting downhill and finishing. Just had an impressive throwdown but shows just how effective he can be in attack mode.”

2026 6’2 McCoy Williams
Interests: Howard, Brown, George Washington, Princeton, Furman
“6’2 ‘26 McCoy Williams (Brick Squad Monopoly) is consistently standing out for this group. Tough, wiry guard with useful vision and a consistent shooting stroke. Poses a lethal threat from beyond the arc but also creates effectively off the bounce.”

2027 6’0 Karter Hines
Interests: NC State, Howard, High Point, Cornell, Syracuse

2025 6’6 Brady Barnes
Interests: Air Force, Bucknell, Navy, Princeton

2026 6’0 Christian Wilson
Interests: Central Carolina CC

2025 6’4 Chris Bell

2026 5’11 Zephaniah Edmundson

2025 6’9 Nathan Malosa
Offers: Livingstone, Shaw
Interest: High Point, Princeton, Harvard
“Malosa is a developing prospect catching the attention of schools, especially with his size, his comfort in stretching the floor, and his ability to impact inside and on the glass as well.”

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