Jamichael Davis, McEachern
The Indians put on an offensive show in a win over Oak Ridge (FL), and Davis was a huge part of that, flirting with a triple double. He consistently got to the rim off the bounce and knew when to pull up in the midrange or step back and knock down a perimeter shot. The Rutgers commit also made great plays with his passing and made reads out of ball screens.
Jalen Reece, Oak Ridge (FL)
Reece's skill level and fearlessness for a sophomore point guard should be highly respected. He was dynamic off the bounce and led the charge in the fourth quarter that made the game against McEachern more than interesting. He showed he can score it from every level of the floor off the bounce, distribute the ball at a high level, control the game from the point, and be a pesky defender and create turnovers.
Josh Dixon, Milton
Milton found themselves i a hard-nosed, grind-it-out game against hosting Pace Academy, and they turned to their super scoring sophomore guard for offense, and he responded very well. Despite a slow start, he continuously found himself getting to his spots off the bounce and connecting on jumpers from the midrange and from three. He's been a great scorer all year long and that was no different on Saturday.
Jase McCullough, Pebblebrook
McCullough came up big at the biggest moments when his team needed some offense against Norcross. The Blue Devils were charged to make a late run at the end of the first half, but McCullough hit a couple huge jumpers and connected on a tough baseline drive. In the fourth quarter, he had more heroics by hitting big jumpers from three and keeping the Pebblebrook lead comfortable.
Mier Panoam, Norcross
Panoam is one of the state's best unsigned seniors and he looked the part again on Saturday. He gets to the rim at will and has the creativity and athleticism to be a very good scorer around the rim. He also showed he ability to make great passes, connecting on one pass through traffic for an easy bucket. He's got the tools to also be a high level defender with his athleticism and mobility.
Chandler Bing, Pace Academy
Bing proved that he is a notable name to watch for in Georgia's 2025 class. He's got a lot of versatility and showed that he can guard multiple spots and be effective on the glass as well. He finished at a high level around the rim, going for 15 points as well. He makes the high energy, hustle plays that make a difference in a game.
Jalen Hilliard, McEachern
Hilliard proved that he should be mentioned among the better unsigned players in Georgia. He's incredibly versatile with size and length at 6-foot-5 and plays with an extremely high motor. He showed that he can guard multiple positions in both the frontcourt and backcourt, hit the glass hard on both ends of the floor, and finish with authority above the rim. He made a huge impact on the game on Saturday.