As with all of our events, the RYZE Super Six represents the top overall performers regardless of age group or division. The Super Six for the 2022 RYZE Tip Off Classic was a tough one to narrow down, but ultimately, these were the guys that we kept coming back to:
Elijah Strong, Team Curry
Team Curry was the best team in the field this weekend, so naturally they had to have a player here. However, their team is so talented and balanced from top to bottom, which made this a tough one to choose. Strong had a huge weekend and finished it off with his biggest performance of the weekend, going for 19 points in a win over Pro One. Strong is such a skilled player on the interior and can take his game on the perimeter as well. He's got great physical tools at 6-foot-8 with his strength and quick feet as well. He's also the ultimate team guy, plays with a ton of enthusiasm, and just has fun on the court.
Caleb Wilson, AE5 2025
Wilson was the best player in our 15U division this weekend. When you see him on the court, he looks the part at a very long 6-foot-8, but when you see his wide range of skills and abilities, it's even more impressive. He can score it from every level of the floor, he rebounds in traffic, he contests and blocks shots, and he's an incredible passer. He averaged 17 points per game on the weekend, but it's all the other areas of the game that he impacts that make him a special prospect and a no-brainer for the Super Six.
Earnest Ofremu, North Metro Elite
What a weekend Ofremu had. He might be undersized for his position at 6-foot-4, but he makes up for that with his athleticism, activity level, and versatility. He averaged over 20 points per game on the weekend, including a huge 35-point performance in a tough win over Team Smash. He scored the ball inside-out, converting on opportunities in the paint and stepping out and shooting the three-ball consistently every game. He also contributes at a high level on the glass.
Luke Flynn, Atlanta Timberwolves
Flynn's weekend might have started off slow on Saturday morning, but he heated up very quickly and became one of the top scorers in the 17U division at 23.5 points per game, which includes a huge 44-point performance to end the weekend. In four games, he connected on 28 threes, including 20 in the two games on Sunday. He's such a good lead guard that can create off the dribble and has the ability to play both on and off the ball and be effective and productive.
Sir Mohammed, Team Curry
Mohammed is Mr. Versatility, and he did it all this weekend for Team Curry's 16U group. At 6-foot-6, he plays nearly every position on the floor and produces across the stat sheet. He impacts the game in a ton of different ways and is certainly a guy that will win a lot of games in his career because of it. He averaged 16 points per game on the weekend, and was the go-to guy for Team Curry when they needed offense. He's easily a top 65 player nationally in the 2024 class and will be a name you hear a lot of moving forward.
Isaiah Washington, Garner Road
Washington is one part of Garner Road's 16U trio that ultimately led them to the 16U Platinum championship. He was so consistent all weekend scoring the ball, averaging over 21 points per game and scoring 18 or more in every game that he played. He's dangerous from every level of the floor and can be a big matchup problem as well. At 6-foot-5 he was able to take advantage of bigger players off the dribble or smaller players in the paint, and when given room, he was able to knock down perimeter jumpers consistently.