CJ Hyland, Team Huncho (Pictured)
Hyland showed a high skill-level and the ability to be a very good floor general running the show for Team Huncho. He keeps the ball on a string and has a very nice shooting stroke. He changes speeds very well and has great quickness that allows him to consistently beat defenders off the bounce. He was very good through bracket play on Sunday, averaging 19 points per game through the bracket.
Jalen Lee, Georgia Stars
Lee has all the makings of a high level guard in Georgia in 2024 and projects as a standout in the class. At 6-foot-5 he can play both guard spots and can guard multiple positions on the defensive end. He's very good off the bounce and uses his physical tools to his advantage in getting to the rim and scoring the ball.
Jayce Nathaniel, Team Huncho
Nathaniel was a human highlight reel all weekend and there is video footage of a lot of those plays all over social media. He has good size and length at 6-foot-7 and uses that size around the rim on both ends. On defense, he is a good rim protector and has very good lateral movement. Offensively, he can finish plays above the rim and score the ball efficiently in the paint.
Peyton Marshall, Georgia Stars
Marshall's size drew a ton of eye balls all weekend. At a big 6-foot-10, nobody was able to deal with his size all weekend. He was constantly a threat on the offensive glass and had times where he got 3 or more offensive rebounds on one possession. He was also able to bully any and every defender out of his way and get buckets around the rim. He was also a threat on the defensive side, blocking and altering shots in the lane.
Ty Price, EAB Tennessee 3SSB
Price led the 15U division in points per game at over 27. He had it all working this weekend. He shot the ball very well from three, making over four per game. He also has a ton of quickness and good ball handling ability that allowed him to get to his spots and score the ball. He showed a level of craftiness that is hard to find in a young guard and he was a lot of fun to watch.
Justin Mitchell, Atlanta Xpress
Mitchell is beyond his years from a skill-level and athleticism standpoint. He is an alpha dog on the floor and is aggressive in looking for his offense. He's very good off the dribble and can make some outstanding plays off the bounce and finish emphatically. Defensively, he has all the makings of a high level defender who can guard the ball and provide some versatility.
LJ Moore, AC Georgia
LJ Moore will be a name that you hear more and more of out of Pace Academy. He showed a knack for finding his spots, whether it was off the dribble, moving without the ball, or hitting the glass and converting for buckets. He has very good basketball instincts and always seems to find himself in the right spot at the right time. He averaged over 20 points per game for the weekend.
Dre Jackson, Atlanta All Stars North
Jackson was among the top scorers in the 15U division at over 20 points per game. He showed a well-roundedness in his scoring, but he got a majority of his work done finishing around the rim. Overall, he was one of the best scorers in the division and he put his name on the radar for Georgia's 2024 class.