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GBCA Southeast Regional Top Performers Pt. 3



Baboucarr Njie, Centerville (OH)

Njie was one of the better frontcourt players that we saw on the weekend. He was consistently a double-double threat, going for double figure scoring in every game for the Elks and hitting the glass hard with a high energy style of play. He has good length and mobility, which also makes him a big factor on the defensive side of the floor as a guy who gives rim protection and defensive versatility.


Jamier Jones, Oak Ridge (FL)

Jones makes all the jaw dropping plays that just leave you saying "How did he do that?". He had a number of big time highlights with electrifying above the rim finishes, but his overall game and skill set also shined through as well. While he's a good three-level scorer, his ability to find teammates and his creativity as a passer was one of the biggest parts of his game that stood out. His five-star status in 2025 is certainly warranted.


Kent Jackson, Episcopal School (FL)

While it took him a half to really get going, Jackson was one of the best shooters in the field. He averaged 21 points per game on the weekend, making four threes per game and going over the 20-point mark in three of four games. He can get it done both off the catch and off the dribble and has the ability to make reads out of ball screens and get the ball where it needs to go. He was very popular among mid-major programs over the weekend, so expect his recruitment to be highly contested.


Colt Langdon, Millbrook (NC)

Langdon is a forward/wing with great size at 6-foot-7 that can really score the ball from all three levels. He has a great lefty shooting stroke and consistently connected on threes throughout the weekend. He's also aggressive in attacking the rim with the ability to put the ball on the floor and use his size to his advantage as a strong finisher in the paint. He's added an offer from Furman since the weekend.


Jax Abernathy, Christian Heritage

Abernathy always has an effortless feel to the way he scores the ball. He went over 20 points in three of four games this weekend, finishing at 23 points per game. He shot it well from three and looked impressive attacking off the dribble both getting to the rim and pulling up in the midrange. He also came up clutch in the bigger moments, including a huge game-winning three against Jupiter (FL) on Saturday.


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