Mier Panoam, Norcross (GA)
Panoam has become the offensive go-to guy for Norcross, and he's responded brilliantly. He averaged 23 points per game on the weekend, and he's shown his continued development. He's still showing the insane athletic abilities and that he can put the ball on the floor and get to the rim. He's also making shots from the perimeter much more consistently as well as a number of creative finishes in the paint and around the rim. He's been one of Georgia & the southeast's best players this June and he's added offers from FGCU, Murray State, & Appalachian State since the weekend.
RJ Johnson, Grissom (AL)
Johnson helped lead Grissom to a solid weekend, winning three games and showing that he is one of the most physically imposing guards around. He's very hard to keep out of the paint with his athletic ability and strength. He seemingly gets around the rim whenever he wants to and finishes at a very high level. He's added offers from UL Lafayette, Tennessee Tech, FAU, Appalachian State, and Wichita State in the last week.
Sam Walters, The Villages (FL)
The Alabama commit was one of the top overall scorers on the weekend at 25.5 points per game, going for 20+ points in every game. He's a high level shot maker from all over the floor with great versatility at 6-foot-8. He plays with a high IQ and knows how to get to his spots and convert. He's got the potential to be a good rebounder as well as guard multiple positions on the defensive side as well.
Caleb Holt, Buckhorn (AL)
The things that his rising freshman can do are unbelievable. It's no surprise why he already holds offers from Auburn, Tennessee State, Alabama, UAB, Georgia, Ole Miss, and Tennessee Tech. He's got prototypical size from a potential Power Five guard at 6-foot-5 and does whatever he wants to off the dribble, getting to his spots and finishing at a very high level. He's well beyond his years and will be a national name for the years to come.
Collin Kuhl, Holly Springs (NC)
Kuhl was one of the better frontcourt players in the field and helped lead Holly Springs to a fantastic weekend. At 6-foot-8, he plays with incredibly high motor and is a very high level rebounder and defender and makes all of the extra effort plays that add up to win games. He's a good athlete and a very good finisher around the rim and in the paint.
Labaron Philon, Baker (AL)
A number of SEC coaches were in to see Philon during the weekend, and he responded with a huge scoring weekend, averaging over 21 points per game. He's a scoring threat from all over the floor and can beat you off the bounce getting to the rim as well as shooting from three and in the midrange. He's one of the top overall scoring guards in the country in 2024 and he showed exactly why over the weekend.
Akai Fleming, Osborne (GA)
Fleming is one of the best young guards in the Peach and still has a tremendously high ceiling. His skill level is something that you don't see from underclassmen very often, and he understands how to create space for himself to score as well as how to make reads and get his teammates involved. His combination of size, length, versatility, and skill level will make him a name to remember for the years to come in Georgia.