Luke Flynn, Atlanta Timberwolves (Pictured)
Flynn scored it consistently all weekend, with three games over 20 points and averaging just over 20 points per game over the weekend. He shoots it well from the perimeter, but most of his offense over the weekend cam off the dribble, where he can use his frame and be effective with euro-steps and off the pivot. He finishes really well around the rim and in the paint with both hands.
Jayden Williams, Atlanta Celtics
Williams has an insanely high ceiling and attributes and abilities you don't normally see from a freshman. A a very long 6-foot-9 he has a good foundational skill set and can step onto the perimeter and make some plays as well. He was very effective all weekend around the rim on both ends of the floor, protecting the rim and blocking shots on defense and finishing with some emphatic dunks on offense. He will be a very popular name moving forward and could become one of the top players in Georgia's 2024 class.
Isaiah West, Double Trouble
West was one part of Double Trouble's dynamic scoring duo, averaging over 16 points per game over the weekend. He shot the ball well from three and is a very good perimeter scorer. He averaged over three triples per game and was one of the top three point shooters in the division. With his ability to score the ball, he should be a name we hear from in the 2024 class in the Peach.
Camden Parada, AC Georgia
The August product is a guard with good size who can really shoot the ball from the perimeter. He is deadly on catch-and-shoots from three and can put the ball on the floor and attack closeouts to create for himself. As he continues to develop, he will be a name out in Augusta for the next few years.
Amari Brown, Atlanta Celtics
From New Mexico, Brown is a combo guard with good size at 6-foot-2 who gets the job done off the bounce and plays really well off of two feet. He is very quick with the ball in his hands and makes good reads after beating his primary defender, effectively finishing around the rim or finding teammates for buckets. He has a really good offensive game, which is reflected by two early Division I offers.