RYZE Summer 60 2022 Players to Watch Pt. 1



Dylan Wolle, Georgia Legacy


Shooting translates. And Wolle is one of the best shooters that the Peach State has to offer. He can be lethal both off the catch and off the dribble from three or in the midrange. He attacks close-outs very well and has a savvy about using his dribbles efficiently to get to his spots and rise up over the defense for high percentage jumpers. With his advanced ability to score the ball and his improvement and development on the defensive side, he should get a lot of attention from Division I programs.


Nate Brafford, Team Swish


A pure scorer at 6-foot-8, high major programs have started to take big time interest in Brafford. He scores the ball from all three levels of the floor, and his combination of size and skill set make him a true do-everything type of player that can make an impact on both ends of the floor. He's a great fit for the modern style of play as a player with size and length who can play on the perimeter, put the ball on the floor, and create for himself and teammates.


Cam Walker, TSF Mack


Walker has been a huge stock-riser this spring and summer, with Division I programs taking heavy interest in him. He has good size and physical tools on the wing at 6-foot-5, plays with tons of motor and toughness, and can knock down shots and play efficiently on the offensive end. He understands what he does well and show it every time out. He's a no-brainer Division I prospect. Old Dominion offered him after the June scholastic period.


Simeon Cottle, ABC Elite


Cottle is high level playmaking point guard that can hurt defenses from every level of the floor and with his scoring and distributing. He's very quick off the bounce and consistently beats primary defenders, gets to the second level of the defense, and makes great reads. He's also got a ton of intangibles and toughness and always seems to win a lot of games, which is something you always like to see from a floor general.


MJ Russell, Alabama Fusion


Russell jumped on our staff's radar at our Live Showcase I back in May as one of the event's top performers and we are looking forward to him showcasing his talent again this weekend. Great size and athleticism as a combo guard, he plays hard on both ends of the floor. He scores the ball very well off the bounce and getting to the rim and is one of the better rebounding guards that we saw this spring. He checks a lot of boxes and Division I programs will for sure want to see him.