Zach Bleshoy, Atlanta Timberwolves
The Timberwolves 2025 floor general has all the abilities of a high level point guard prospect. He plays with a ton of confidence, scores the ball at a high level, and makes great reads and gets the ball where it needs to go when it needs to get there. His basketball IQ and creativity off the dribble shined this weekend. He also showed big time athletic ability on both ends of the floor. When college programs turn to their 2025 recruiting classes, he is going to be a very popular name.
Jacob Hammond, AC Georgia
Hammond is a very versatile hybrid forward that has the skill set to play on the perimeter and on the interior and made an impact in a number of ways this weekend. He scored in double figures in every game, helping lead AC Georgia to the championship, and he was an elite level finisher in the paint and above the rim. He's very physical and can be a big matchup problem for opposing defenses. Division I programs will definitely want to see him play during the April live periods.
Khaven Cochran, Georgia Travelers
Cochran has the potential to be a huge sleeper in Georgia's 2025 class and will be a guy to keep track of in west Georgia moving forward. He was one of the best shooters in the entire field and consistently knocked down shots from well beyond the three point line. As teams started to play him for his shooting, he showed that he can create off the bounce with good athletic ability when getting to the rim.
Noah Treadwell, Georgia Elite
Treadwell is another big sleeper in the Peach. He's the type of guy that puts his head down and goes about his business, and he had a heckuva weekend doing so. He finished the weekend averaging over 19 points per game and showed he can score it from every level. At a physical 6-foot-4, he was very tough to contain off the bounce from the wing, and when given space, he showed that he can knock down shots from the perimeter. He was definitely an eye-opener this weekend.
Pete Moe, TSF National
Moe is one of the better unsigned seniors that we have had on our stage this spring, and he showed that he is ready to help a college program from day one. He's very physical on the interior, consistently finishing through contact and dominating on the glass. He also operated well in the high post, showing that he can face up and make plays for himself as well as find teammates for opportunities. College programs looking for frontcourt players that can come in and compete will definitely want to see him.