Jordann Dumont, EAB Tennessee
Dumont has been one of the hotter stock rising prospects in the south this spring, garnering interest and offers from every Division I level. His play this weekend showed exactly why he's getting that attention. At 6-foot-8, he's as versatile as they come, shoots the ball well from three, plays with a high motor, and can score it from every level of the floor. He averaged 22 points per game on the weekend and looked great in all facets of the game.
TJ Kolbe, STARS Basketball Club
Kolbe started off a little bit slow, and then had an explosion of scoring in the final three games of the weekend for STARS, including performances of 18, 32, and 23 points. He shoots the ball very well from distance and has the quickness and toughness to be effective attacking the paint. On the weekend, he averaged over 20 points per game and was one of Sunday's best players overall.
Kymel Williams, Team Dickerson 2024
Williams did a good job for a shorthanded Team Dickerson 2024 team that ended up winning our 17U Platinum bracket. He filled in as one of the primary ballhandlers for his team, and he did a great job of creating off the dribble, both getting to the rim and scoring as well as finding teammates for opportunities. He plays with a ton of toughness as well.
Zundra Jackson, SEBA FCI Warriors
Jackson was one of the better lead guards in the 17U division, averaging over 18 points per game on the weekend. Where he shined was shooting the ball from three, where he consistently was able to knock down perimeter jumpers every time out, including 5 threes in a 29-point effort early on Sunday.
Vasean Moody, Columbus Wolves
Moody was one of the top scorers in the 17U division as he has been in multiple events this spring at over 21 points per game. He's one of the better shot makers that has played on our stage this spring, and this weekend he averaged 4 three-point makes per game. He plays with versatility and physicality and is always aggressive looking for his offense.