Malik Ferguson, Grovetown
Ferguson has added a lot to his resume in the 2022 calendar year, and this weekend his play helped him add Division I offers to that resume with Radford and Tarleton State throwing offers at the physical Grovetown guard. He's got all the measurables that a Division I prospect would have at a strongly built 6-foot-4. He can be a huge matchup problem whenever he steps on the floor and we expect his recruitment to only go up from here.
Kymel Williams, Athens Academy
Williams has really burst onto the scene and made a name for himself over the past couple of months, and this weekend only helped that rise. He's a tough, steady, versatile guard who is a great playmaker off the dribble and showed that he can be one of the better backcourt defenders in the state. When the recruiting focus shifts to the 2024 class, we expect his name to become more and more popular in the Peach.
Khalon Hudson, Westside Augusta
Augusta basketball is at a great place right now, and Hudson and his Westside squad are one of the reasons why. Playing against very high level competition, he showed that he can be a versatile, multipositional player who has a ton of toughness, is one of the best rebounders in the state, scores well from the perimeter, mid-post and on the offensive glass, and has a ton of intangibles. Young Harris and Voorhees offered him after the weekend, and that could grow even further in the coming weekend.
Jaiun Simon, Pebblebrook
Overall, Simon was one of the most popular players among college coaches this weekend, with a lot of programs flocking to Pebblebrook's court specifically for him. Since the weekend, he's added offers from Troy, St. Bonaventure, & Wichita State, and he is becoming one of Georgia's most sought after recruits. Expect him to be popular again in the coming weekend with his versatility, high motor, rebounding ability, and ability to stuff a stat sheet.
Antonio Baker, Johnson Savannah
There is a lot of talent down on the coast, and Baker is surely apart of that talent class. The 6-foot-3 guard averaged over 20 points per game on the weekend, including a 27-point performance against Cherokee. He's incredibly physical with the ball in his hands and is a high level rim-attacker and finisher. He earned his first Division I offer from Kennesaw State after the weekend.
Xavier Shegog, Mt. Vernon
Shegog is the prototypical wing for the college game with his size, length, athleticism, and versatility. His ability to finish above the rim draws a lot of ooh's and ahh's from the crowd and his athleticism is among the best in the state. He's a multipositional defender, brings a ton of energy to the floor, and rebounds the ball at a high level at a strong 6-foot-6. He's earned offers from Jacksonville, Western Carolina, and Radford in the past week.
Jadon Yeh, White County
Yeh is still not quite receiving the recognition that he deserves in Georgia's 2023 class. His point totals in his final three games of the weekend were 28, 26, and 21, and he averaged over 21 points per game on the weekend. He's one of the smartest and savviest players in the Peach currently and has the ability to do everything you need from a PG. Low Major Division I programs should definitely be checking in on him.