Jaiden Mann, Team Respect
Mann is a scoring wing that has all of the physical tools and measureables that you like to see from a Division I prospect at a long and very athletic 6-foot-4. He averaged over 19 points per game on the weekend and scored the ball from every level of the floor. He shot the ball well from three and looked very impressive as a slasher getting to the rim. He can be a matchup problem, taking advantage of smaller defenders and beating bigger defenders off the dribble.
Khaven Cochran, Georgia Travelers
Teams have quickly caught on to Cochran's shooting ability, but that did not phase him this weekend, where he was still able to score the ball at a high level, averaging over 17 points per game on the weekend. He showed more of his well-roundedness as a scorer, showing more of his ability to score off the bounce. He can get to his spots and uses ball fakes very well to get space to get off his shot. He's a big sleeper in 2025 in Georgia.
Julius Winston, Team Person
Winston has a big weekend on both ends of the floor. He's got solid size and length at 6-foot-7 and plays with an elite level motor. He guards multiple positions and also serves as a very good rim protector and rebounder. Offensively, he can play on the interior and on the perimeter and found success scoring on the block and taking frontcourt defenders off the dribble and finishing at the rim while also showing he can step out and hit shots from three.
Jackson McVey, Young Guns
McVey has a rare combination of size and skill level for his age. At 7-feet tall he has great mobility and a skill level that allows him to play both on the interior and on the perimeter. He's very crafty scoring the ball and can do it on the block, off the dribble, in the mid post, and on the offensive glass. As he continues to develop physically, he is going to become a very high level Division I prospect in Georgia's 2025 class.
Tyrin Sims, Outkast Elite
Sims made an impact on both ends of the floor, scoring the ball at a high level on the offensive end and showing that he can really guard the ball on the defensive side. He ended the weekend averaging over 22 points per game and scored from every level of the floor. He has solid physical tools and plays with a level pf physicality that allowed him to consistently get to the free throw line and cause problems defensively as well.
Justin Mallett, NME
Mallett was a good and consistent scorer this weekend, scoring 19 or more in three of four games and finishing the weekend averaging over 17 points per game. He shot the ball well from three, converting on 3 or more in threes in three of four games. He was a big reason for NME's success this weekend, helping them go 3-1 and came up big in the big situations on Sunday as well.