Trey Davis, Pro One UA
Davis is one of the next names up for Pro One, and he has a bright future ahead of him. He's a crafty left-handed lead guard that can score and create offense off the dribble. He plays with a ton of poise with great pace and never seems rattled. He also plays off of two feet, which gives him a great ability to have moves and counter moves to create space and get shots off as well as find teammates. This is a name to stash away in Alabama in 2026.
Marc Chavenet, Team 247
Chavenet is a strong guard with good size who showed that he can score the ball from every level of the floor. He averaged over 17 points per game on the weekend, and got a majority of his work done off the dribble, using his physicality to his advantage to get into the paint and convert on buckets. He also showed that when given space he is not afraid to take and make shots from three.
Miles Clanton, BCB N. Atlanta
Clanton caught our eyes right off the bat with a couple of huge dunks to start off Saturday morning. He plays with an elite level motor and great athleticism which give him the ability to be a standout in the frontcourt. He consistently made high-energy, winning type of plays on the glass, on defense, and finishing in the paint. He was a difference maker for BCB, who made a good run this weekend.
Kenan Orlovic, AC Georgia
Orlovic came on strong on Sunday and was a big part of AC Georgia taking home the championship. He went for 23 points in the quarterfinals, knocking down four threes and followed it up with 14 in the semifinals, knocking down two more threes. He's got good size at 6-foot-6 and has a quick trigger on his perimeter jumper. He also showed he can post up smaller defenders and score efficiently on the block.
Skyler Williams, ENG United
Williams was one of the better athletes in the field, and scored in double figures in every game this weekend, including a huge 26 point effort to open the weekend. He's got good size in the backcourt at 6-foot-3 and consistently was able to create for himself off the dribble as well as find himself in good spots for teammates to find him for buckets.
Tyran Hairston, Born Ready
Hairston was one of the better scorers in the 17U division, averaging 20 points per game on the weekend. He has solid size in the backcourt at 6-foot-2 and is able to play both on and off the ball. He's a two-way player that can make an impact on both sides and plays with high energy. He found a lot of success using his quickness to get to the rim, but when he was given space he showed a willingness to take shots from three and knock them down.
Demetrius Brown, Savannah Elite
Brown was a big time standout in the 15U division. He was consistently around the 20-point mark all weekend and was one of the toughest players in the division to contain off the bounce. He has a high level of physicality and athleticism was was consistently able to use his physical tools to beat primary defenders off the dribble and finish in the paint and around the rim. Name to stash away down on the coast in 2026.