Derrion Reid, Team Dickerson
This spring, Reid cemented himself as one of the top players in 2024 in the Peach with his combination of size, versatility, and skill level. He's excelled playing both backcourt spots and does not have any glaring weaknesses in his offensive game. With Grovetown coming off a state title, we expect them to be a popular watch in June and Reid is one of the reasons why.
Peyton Marshall, Game Elite
Marshall's game continues to evolve with a developing skill level on the block as well as continued improvement of his conditioning and mobility. He's an absolute force on the interior and is making all of the right changes that are making him an attractive option for high level Division I programs. Illinois, Auburn, LSU, and Florida are all currently in the mix with the 7-footer.
Jett Montgomery, Stars Basketball Club
Montgomery is from the same HS as former Belmont star Grayson Murphy, and we could see his recruitment following a similar path with a lot of Division I programs making him a priority. He has a very well-rounded game and plays with a ton of toughness and intangibles. Expect to hear more from him in the Volunteer State in the coming months.
Braedan Lue, Team Huncho
Alexander consistently churns out very good college players, and Lue is the next in line. He's shown to be a very big matchup problem this spring with great size and physical tools on the wing at 6-foot-7. He plays with a high energy level and fits the mold of the modern hybrid forward, with the ability to finish at the rim as well as catch on the perimeter and attack the paint.
Luke Flynn, Atlanta Timberwolves
Flynn has proven to be one of the state's best floor generals and shooters in 2024. When he gets hot, he can be one of the most dangerous perimeter scorers around and can do it from all three levels of the floor. He has an advanced understanding of the game on the offensive end, making great reads in ball screen situations. He also has a ton of toughness and competes hard on both ends.
Zundra Jackson, SEBA FCI Warriors
Jackson is a sleeper in NW Georgia. We've seen it on our stage this travel season with SEBA as well as in our Spring League, where he has definitely looked the part. He plays with good athleticism and has burst off the bounce the allows him to get into the paint and finish. He also shoots the ball well from three. Coaches looking for a sleeper, he might be a guy to watch in June.