Trey Green, Prolific Prep (CA)
Green might have been the top overall performer on the top overall team of the event. The Xavier commit is tough as nails and has an elite skill level that allows him to be a big time playmaker and scorer on the offensive end. He shot the lights out in both games and defenses had an extremely difficult time containing him off the dribble. You'll hear a lot of his name as a Musketeer when he arrives in Cincy.
Caleb Holt, Buckhorn (AL)
Holt has the most well-rounded game that you'll see from a freshman. He has great size in the backcourt, he can score it off the dribble, he shoots it well from three, he's a high level passer with both hands, he plays with motor, and he has the ability to guard defensively. He's easily one of the top prospects in the country in 2026 and all of the early offers from power programs are well-deserved.
Trentyn Flowers, Combine Academy (NC)
The combination of size, motor, and finishing ability that Flowers showed in the Combine win over TSF showed why he's such a highly touted prospect nationally in 2024. He has elite level size on the wing with the athleticism and motor that make him a difference maker on both ends. He continuously found himself getting to the rim and finishing every opportunity as well as hitting the offensive glass and getting scoring opportunities there.
Jaeden Mustaf, Carmel Christian (NC)
Mustaf scored the ball well in both games for Carmel Christian and did a lot of his work off the bounce getting to the rim. At 6-foot-5 with great physical tools and the ability to play both spots in the backcourt, it's no wonder that high major programs have a close eye on him. He continuously got downhill and used his strength to power his way to the rim. He also showed the willingness and ability to take and make three point shots, making him even more dangerous on the offensive end.
Collin Murray-Boyles, Wasatch Academy (UT)
The toughness and well-roundedness of the South Carolina commit was difficult to ignore in two games at Hoopsgiving. At 6-foot-7, he has the offensive versatility that everyone loves in the modern game. He uses his body and strength to finish well on the interior with the ability to draw opposing bigs onto the perimeter and become a matchup problem on the perimeter. He also rebounds at a high level on both ends.
Malik Ferguson, Grovetown
The Georgia State commit is off to a fantastic start to the season. He's very tough to contain off the dribble with his size and strength and when he gets to the rim, he finishes so well with both hands and can finish through contact. He's been of the best backcourt scorers in the Peach State through the first few weeks of the season and we are buying his potential for the next level at Georgia State.