Saulsberry does things from an athletic standpoint that you rarely see from an underclassman. He's made his mark as a slasher from the wing who can get to the rim and be a very prolific scorer off the dribble. As the summer went on, he showed a very well-rounded scoring ability, consistently connecting on shots and creating for himself in a variety of ways. His ceiling is incredibly high and his recruitment is already showing that with offers from Florida State, Georgia Tech, and Arizona State.
Hutcherson's versatility and diverse skill set make him a guy to watch near the top of Georgia's 2026 class. He's very explosive at 6-foot-4 and his motor can impact games on both sides of the floor. He's very quick off the dribble and can consistently attack off the bounce, get to the rim, and convert. Georgia Tech and Ole Miss have already jumped in on his recruitment, and he should see plenty of other HM schools joining them soon.
Diop is one of the big standouts in Georgia's 2026 class with his combination of size and skill level. He makes his mark on both ends of the floor with his size and length at 6-foot-10. He has great footwork and has shown he can score the ball in a variety of ways. He also hits the glass hard and is a very good shot-blocking presence on the defensive side. He currently holds early offers from UGA, Auburn, Missouri, and Ole Miss.
With a high level IQ and savvy, Suttle has abilities as a floor general that you don't often see in players his age. He makes great reads with the ball in his hands, operates well in ball screens, and gets the ball where it needs to go when it needs to get there. He has the ability to impact games with his scoring and passing and also gives a great presence with leadership and intangibles. Georgia, Cincy, and Ole Miss have already extended him offers.
Wingfield is a matchup nightmare with his combination of size, skill level, and versatility. We saw his ability to establish himself on the floor and take over games on multiple occasions. He can score the ball inside-out and can be a big time presence on the boards on both ends. He has early offers from Georgia, DePaul, and Columbia State and he has next in South Georgia.
Samuel was one of the better sleepers that we saw in Georgia's 2026 class this travel season. While there might not be one skill that clearly stands above the rest, he impacts the game in every way possible. He's very versatile, scores the ball well, guards multiple positions, rebounds the ball at a high level, and is a very good passer as well. Tennessee Tech gave him his first offer in June and there should be plenty of Division I programs to follow.