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 Three of our Top Performers from the weekend:
Juvon Gamory, Smyrna Stars (Pictured)
Gamory was pound for pound one of the best shooters in the field and is one of the best shooting guards in Georgia's 2022 class. He plays both on and off the ball, and when left alone from anywhere out to the volleyball lines he can make you pay. He averaged over 27 points per game on the weekend, including five threes per game. There is always value with players that can shoot it, and he is certainly one of those valuable players.
Nantambu Calhoun, TeamUSC Elite 16U
Calhoun is a guard that can score the ball in a variety of ways. He was great off the dribble and getting to his spots, but he also shot the ball at a high level from three, averaging over 3 threes per game. He plays with a ton of speed and quickness and is very good at pushing the ball in the open floor to create easy opportunities. He ended the weekend leading the 16U division in scoring at 23 points per game.
Kory Mincy, ABC Elite
Mincy was not phased at all playing up in the 17U division and was constantly in attack mode and showing that he was worthy of the spot he was in. He plays with a ton of motor and energy on both ends of the floor. He guards the ball extremely well and creates turnovers and pushes the ball very quickly the other way. He's a dynamic athlete that always has his foot on the gas. He also shot the ball well from three, making defenses respect him and beating defenders off the bounce on close-outs.
Peyton Law, Atlanta Wolfpack
It seems like every time out, Law is just flat out productive. He does everything for the Wolfpack and seemingly plays every position on the floor. He scores it inside and on the perimeter, can create off the dribble, rebounds well, and plays with toughness. He averaged over 18 points per game on the weekend and is always a threat to put up a double-double. He's a very interesting prospect in north Georgia that coaches will want to check on.
Collin Murray-Boyles, Upward Stars Columbia
Murray-Boyles is a walking double-double. He's got good size and length as a four-man and showed his fantastic finishing ability on the interior and in the midrange as well as stepping out and knocking down a couple of threes. His build and strength allow him to carve out space in the paint and hit the glass hard. He also has great footwork and a light touch around the basket. He averaged close to 20 points per game on the weekend and he's a player to watch in SC in 2023.