Brandon Rechsteiner, Etowah
Rechsteiner was arguably the prospect with the most buzz on the college coaches sideline, which resulted in his first high major offers with him gaining offers from Kansas State, Northwestern, Wichita State, Georgia Tech, and Dayton over the past couple of days. We've been high on the Etowah floor general for awhile now, so these offers come as no surprise to our staff. With the first dominoes now fallen, expect him to be a popular watch this coming weekend among Power Five programs.
Derrion Reid, Grovetown
This spring, Reid has definitely cemented himself among the state's best prospects in the 2024 class. That continued this weekend with more stellar play, resulting in offers from LSU and Cincinnati. He's one of, if not the, most versatile player in the state and his offensive skill set checks all the boxes. His passing ability was one aspect that really shined in every game.
Preston Parker, Sequoyah
With Sequoyah's great senior class from a year ago departing, Parker will be looked upon to fill those shoes in the coming year. And he showed this weekend that he can definitely do that and be the go-to guy for the Chiefs. He's got great scoring ability from every level of the floor, and went for 16 or more in every game this weekend and gained his first Division I offer from Radford.
Luke Flynn, Walton
Flynn had a number of Division I programs tracking every game this weekend, and he responded with some fantastic performances. As usual, he shot the ball at a very high level and shined in the clutch moments when the Raiders needed a bucket. He makes the right reads every time and is a very high level passer. As the 2024 class gets more and more focus, expect him to become a priority recruit for some programs.
Tylis Jordan, Shiloh
These days it's more and more rare for young prospects to gain a ton of offers from college programs, but the 2025 wing did just that with Wichita State, LSU, and Kennesaw State joining his early recruitment. He's got a tremendously high ceiling on the wing at a long 6-foot-7 with great perimeter skills. As he continues to develop and mature, he will be a big time name in Gwinnett County in the near future.
Da'Avion Thomas, McDonough
Thomas has long been a sleeper prospect in Georgia's 2023 class, and he showed why this weekend. He helped lead McDonough to a great weekend and has been a big reason why they have been one of the best programs on the southside over the past couple of years. Right now, he is being extremely under-recruited, which makes us think that a college program could end up with a steal getting him.
Blake Seitz, North Gwinnett
North is another program with a lot seniors from a year ago exiting for the next level and leaving a lot of production left to be filled. Seitz showed that he can be the guy for the Bulldogs, playing at a very high level and leaving an impression and making a name for himself. He had two 20-point games, showing that he can consistently stretch the floor and make shots from the wing at 6-foot-6.