Caleb Harrison, Pro One UA
Harrison's recruitment has skyrocketed in the past couple of weeks and rightfully so. His combination of size and skill level make him a very well-rounded threat on the offensive end of the floor. He can play inside-out and can score on the block, in the midrange, and from three. He's good in pick and pop & pick and roll situations, and also showed that he can put the ball on the floor and create offense as a point-forward. He has recently picked up offers from Jacksonville State, Lipscomb, Lehigh, and Dartmouth.
Avery White, OTP National
White had a great weekend running the show for OTP creating offense for himself and teammates off the dribble. He's never rattled and plays with a chip on his shoulder, and he operates well in ball screen situations with the ability to make reads and get the ball where it needs to go. He can knock down shots from the perimeter and is unafraid to take and make big shots. He's also creative finishing inside of ten feet and has a number of finishes he can go to for buckets.
Harry Kitey, Dunwoody United
Kitey is a guy that's always productive. He plays with a high motor and has the skill set to consistently get buckets on the offensive end. He shoots the ball at a high level from three and always seems to be making high energy plays on the offensive glass to create extra scoring opportunities. He averaged 21 points per game this weekend, scoring the ball very well inside-out. High academic college programs will definitely want to know his name.
Jaelen Cheaves, Georgia Gators
Cheaves was one of the top scorers in the entire field and has natural scoring instincts, always looking for ways to get buckets. He really excels as a perimeter shooter both off the catch and off the bounce, and he connected on over 4 threes per game over the weekend. That shooting ability gives him the ability to attack off the dribble as well, consistently beating defenders off the bounce and finishing in the midrange and around the rim. He averaged over 26 points per game and made his mark as a player to be known in Georgia's 2025 class.
Dontae Crowder, NGA Xtreme
Crowder has serious sleeper potential in North Georgia. He's got a great frame and good length at 6-foot-4 that allows him to make an impact on both ends of the floor. He attacks well off the dribble and can get to his spots and connect on jumpers from three and in the midrange. Defensively, he's incredibly versatile and can guard multiple positions and use his length to create deflections and cause problems for opposing players.
Colt Wells, Pro One Select Gann
Wells was one of the best shooters in the field and consistently was able to hit shots from three, which made him one of the top scorers in the 15U division. He hit 16 threes in five games and finished the weekend averaging over 26 points per game. As opposing teams caught on to his shooting prowess, he consistently used shot fakes and one-dribble and two-dribble moves to create space and make finish plays.