The RYZE Summer 60 closed out our 2021 Travel Series with a bang, with a number of players and teams furthering their story and creating some buzz in the process. Here is Part Two of our Top Performers from the weekend:
Kami Young, Georgia Legacy (Pictured)
Not many players have raised their stock of the course of the last few weeks like Young has. He has a very complete offensive game and is scoring the ball in every way possible and doing so in efficient fashion. He averaged 23 points per game on the weekend, including a 35-point output against TSF Mack. He also showed he is a high level defender that can play strong and pressure the ball. Look for more college programs to jump in on his recruitment in the coming days and weeks.
Jaborri McGhee, CP25 AL/MS
Pure, natural scorer. McGhee was over the 20-point mark in every game, finishing the weekend averaging 26 points per game and creating some insane highlights along the way. He has a strong build and good burst that allows him to beat defenders off the bounce and finish among bigger players in the paint. He can also shoot the ball from three and in the midrange with consistency. This guy is just wired to score and we can see him being a priority recruit for college programs.
Simeon Cottle, ABC Elite
We say it time and time again. Cottle wins. And he did more of that, leading ABC Elite to an unbeaten weekend. He's a pure shooter from three, making almost three triples per game and averaging over 20 points per game on the weekend. He has solid size and has the ability to play on or off the ball offensively. Defensively, he's very difficult to beat off the bounce and has a knack for creating turnovers. He continued his upward trend during the weekend.
Jordan Edun, Newnan Fire
Edun was an impressive scorer on the weekend, averaging 30 points per game. He's very good in the open floor and is crafty off the dribble in the halfcourt. He can cause problems for the defense beating primary defenders off the bounce and getting into the paint where he can finish or draw fouls and get to the line. He uses his 6-foot-3 frame well on both ends of the floor and his size is one of his differentiators.
Cayden Charles, SEBA FCI Warriors
Charles has really made a name for himself on our stage, and he's impressed every time out since the beginning of May. He plays with tons of speed and energy and is a true two-way player. He scored the ball well on the weekend, averaging just under 20 points per game. As usual, he defended at a high level, creating turnovers and turning them into points on the other end. He had a number of Division I programs tracking him this weekend, and that will continue over the coming weeks and months.