Max Skidmore, Tri City Elite (Pictured)
After seeing Skidmore during the high school season, we figured he would be a player to watch in the 15U division, and he did not disappoint. He averaged 18.5 points per game over the weekend, knocking down 15 threes in four games. However, he can do more than just shoot it. He has good size at 6-foot-2 and can take opposing players off the bounce and finish in the paint.
Elijah Coleman, Georgia Soldiers
Coleman isn't the biggest player when he steps onto the floor, but his quickness is on another level and nobody could keep him out of the lane throughout the weekend. He causes all types of problems for defenses off the bounce and has a knack for finishing among bigger players and drawing contact. He led the 15U division in scoring at 21 points per game and most of his offense was getting to the rim whenever he wanted.
Jayden Foster, Elite Jr. Sports
Foster is a good lead guard that plays with a lot of poise and can create buckets for himself and teammates. He was another really good rim attacker in the 15U division and has enough size to get into the paint and finish among opposing frontcourt players. He has a quick first step and can beat defenders off the bounce consistently. He averaged 18 points per game over the weekend.
Chasz Holmes, Double Trouble
The second half of Double Trouble's high scoring duo, Holmes finished in the top ten in the division in scoring and got his work done in the paint and around the basket. He had back-to-back 20-point performances on Saturday and looked very good attacking the rim.
Justin Mitchell, Atlanta Xpress UAA
Mitchell could potentially become a name that we hear a lot of in Georgia's 2024 class. He got his weekend started off with a bang, scoring 21 points on Saturday morning, showing a high level of athleticism and some electric finishes at the rim in transition. He has really good size at the guard position at 6-foot-3 and showed at times that he can be a true three-level scorer, hitting shots from three and in the midrange.