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April Live Period Winners: Week One



Derrion Reid

Reid was a huge standout at the first stop of the Nike EYBL in Atlanta. He was a piece of the Team Thad backcourt that was tremendous all weekend. He shot the ball extremely well from three and showed all of the skills and versatility that we consistently see time in and time out. He's one of the most versatile players in the country and he showed a skill set with a little bit of everything. He's added an offer from Kansas State this week, and you should see his name climb up some recruiting boards.


Caleb Wilson

Wilson cemented his status among the top players nationally in 2025 with a great weekend with the Georgia Stars. He has an incredible skill set on both ends of the floor at 6-foot-10, and he did it all this past weekend at the first stop of Nike EYBL. He created off the dribble, scored in the paint, shot it well from three, and protected the rim very well defensively. He's added offers from Georgia Tech and Vanderbilt since the weekend.


Rakease Passmore

Passmore's offers list has done nothing but grow and grow over the past calendar year, and it continued to do that this week following a great weekend with Garner Road. The strong-bodied 6-foot-5 guard is college-ready from a physicality standpoint and always finds ways to be productive. He's added offers from Georgia Tech, Ole Miss, St. Johns, and Florida State since the weekend.


Adrian Wooley

Adrian Wooley was impressive on our stage back in March and continued that good play at the LakePoint Champions Center this past weekend with Alabama Fusion. Highly athletic at 6-foot-4, he plays both spots in the backcourt, and can really score it in a variety of ways. He also excels as a multi-positional defender with his versatility. He's added offers from Jacksonville State and Murray State since the weekend.


Mekhi Turner

Turner has solidified his place among the best frontcourt players in Georgia's 2024 class over the past few months. He's got a lot of size and length at 6-foot-8 and the athleticism to make an impact on both sides of the floor and can be a big factor on the glass as well. He also has a rapidly developing skill set with the ability to score the ball inside & out. He added his first Division I offer from Kennesaw State this week and should have a good amount of eyes on him moving forward.

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