Derrion Reid, Team Dickerson 2024
Reid was arguably the most impressive prospect on the weekend. His combination of size, versatility, and skill level will make him a notable prospect in the coming years for high level Division I programs. You can always count on double figure scoring and a ton of playmaking from him, which leads to a ton of productivity. He does everything you can do on a basketball floor and has a very high ceiling.
Jett Montgomery, STARS Basketball Club 2024
Montgomery is such a tough, scrappy guard that plays with a ton of energy and scores the ball well from all over the floor. His effort on the defensive side led to a lot of buckets in transition for him this weekend. In the halfcourt, he shot it well form three and was able to make plays off the dribble. He averaged over 19 points per game on the weekend, and his play this spring proved he's a guy Division I programs should have on their radars.
Jackson Bell, NME National
Bell finds himself among our top performers for the second time in as many weeks. He's a lead guard with great size, which allows him to contribute all over the stat sheet. He shoots the ball very well from the perimeter and can make plays off the dribble and is a very good passer. He also continues to show that he is a high level rebounder from the backcourt. He averaged over 19 points per game on the weekend.
Kevin Anderson, Team Dickerson
Anderson was one of the best perimeter shot makers in the division and really excels scoing the ball from three and in the midrange. He has great physical tools and a ton of strength which helps him create space off the bounce and get his shot off or make plays for teammates. He averaged 17 points per game on the weekend, making 3 threes per game.
Danny Sanders, Team Impact
Sanders had 18 or more points in every game this weekend, including performances of 28 points and 26 points. He played both spots in the backcourt and excelled shooting the ball from three and in the midrange. He plays with a high IQ and very good feel and makes the right plays with the ball in his hands.
Tyshon Boyce, One Shot Shooters
Boyce's combination of size and skill level should put him on college radars. At a well built 6-foot-8, he has the physical abilities that allow him to be effective in the paint. He has great hands, good footwork, and a number of moves around the block as well as a soft touch around the rim. He also showed the ability to step out and put the ball on the floor some as well.
Jarred Hall, EAB Tennessee 3SSB
Hall is a high level Division I prospect with his ability to be productive while also still having a ton of long term potential. He has ideal size on the wing combined with a ton of explosiveness and athleticism. He's very good off the bounce and getting to the rim, where he is tough to stop. He can also make plays for others as well. He's incredibly versatile and a great fit for the modern style of basketball.
Keith Williams, Pro One
Williams was one of the best bigs in the field this weekend. His size, strength, and skill level make him an effective interior player. When he catches the ball on the block, he can employ a number of moves to finish around or through opposing defenders. He also hits the glass hard and can hold down the paint on both ends of the floor.