Peyton Marshall, Kell
Marshall's size and skill level were too much for any opposition this fall. This season, he will be the one guy in Georgia that no other team or player can replicate. In a modern world where guards and perimeter play rules the game, he dominates with his size, ability to string together offensive boards, and control the paint better than anyone in the state.
Jax Abernathy, Christian Heritage
Abernathy might have been the best pure bucket getter in our league this fall. He's showcasing a high IQ and ability to score the ball in every way possible. He gets to his spots off the bounce and knows where and how to be successful as a playmaker. Expect a huge year from him in North Georgia and for some Division I schools to be checking him out during his junior year .
Luke Flynn, Walton
Flynn came back from a small injury and was firing on all cylinders. We're not sure that there's a player in the state who can catch fire and continuously knock down jumper after jumper when he gets on a heater. He's been the go-to guy for Walton throughout his career, and that certainly won't change this season. He's one of the Peach State's best all around point guards.
Chaz Ramsey Dalton
Ramsey is a very interesting prospect at a long 6-foot-6 with a ton of versatility. He's shown the ability to be a factor on both ends of the floor, guarding multiple positions on defense and scoring the ball well on the offensive side. He put up some big scoring numbers throughout the league, and did so inside and out. He should have a good year ahead of him for the Catamounts.
Jake Whitaker, Kennesaw Mountain
There was not a team that was a bigger surprise than Kennesaw Mountain at LakePoint this fall, winning week after week. They have a group of upperclassmen that have tons of toughness and play together, and Whitaker is a huge part of that. At 6-foot-6 he has the ability to play inside-out, rebounding hard on the interior, finishing through contact, and stepping out to knock down threes.