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RYZE Live Showcase II 17U Top Performers Pt. I

Cade Phillips, TSF Mack 2022

The 2023 6-foot-9 Alabama native played up with the TSF Mack 2022 group this weekend and more than held his own. He was one of the top frontcourt players on the weekend, and stood out with his athleticism, activity level, and relentlessness. He gets off of the floor extremely quickly and it makes his ability to rebound and finish above the rim very apparent. He's stretching his range and furthering his abilities on the block. The sky is the limit for his development.

Josh Reed, AC Georgia

Reed is one of the most popular high major prospects in the southeast and came into the weekend earning offers from Clemson, South Carolina, and Arkansas during the week. He made some huge plays in the biggest situations for AC Georgia over the weekend, knocking down clutch perimeter shots, getting into the paint, and finishing through contact. Look for his name to continue to trend in Power 5 level recruiting circles and in the national conversation.

Greg Jones, Warner Robins All Stars

Jones got his weekend started off with a bang, going for 38 points in a win over Reach Higher Kings. The 6-foot-5 forward has really good finishing ability around the rim and in the paint. He can moves with his back to the basket as well as face up and create opportunities to score and get to the free throw line. He also showed the ability to step out and hit shots from the perimeter, which makes him an even more dangerous threat. He led the 17U Gold Division with over 26 points per game.

Jalen Forrest, Team Forrest

It's no surprise to look at our leading scorers from the weekend and see Forrest there. He's been consistently among our top performers and scorers all spring. After a slow start to the weekend, he turned it on during the latter half, going over the 30-point mark twice. His physicality is something that defenses have trouble handling and he was finding his way to the rim and to the free throw line at will. He ended the weekend averaging over 21 points per game.

TJ Clark, Atlanta Xpress

It's hard not to really like what Clark brings to the table as he does everything that you like to see and brings a lot of winning qualities. He has a non-stop motor, guards the ball at a high-level, and can score it from all three levels of the floor. He was the leading scorer for the Atlanta Xpress 17U group over the weekend with over 18 points per game and did so with efficiency and through the flow of the offense.

Peyton Law, Atlanta Wolfpack

There weren't many players who had a better day on Sunday than Law, who shot the lights out to the tune of two 27-point performances and one 25-point performance over the course of the day. The 6-foot-6 wing made ten threes in those three games and used his shooting ability to create opportunities off the dribble and on the block. He was a mismatch for opposing teams and was a consistent double-double guy all weekend.


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