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RYZE UP Senior Showcase Fab Five

Some of Georgia's top unsigned talent came out to Walton High School today for the RYZE Up Senior Showcase. With all the talent that was on display, five players stood out as the top overall performers of the day. Here is the Senior Showcase Fab Five:

Mason Lockhart, Columbia (Pictured)

Lockhart got his day started by running the floor hard and making some great finishes in the open floor. He did everything that you love to see from a frontcourt prospect: he finishes everything around the rim, showed some athletic ability with a couple of dunks, rebounded the ball at a high level, and controlled the paint in every game he played. All of our staff that coached him or coached against him today raved about his play, and he was a unanimous decision as a top performer.

Alahn Sumler, Buford

As he showed all season long, Sumler goes on huge streaks during games and puts up points in a hurry. He did that on multiple occasions today and garnered a lot of ooh's and ahh's from the sideline doing it. He is one of Georgia's best perimeter scorers left in the 2022 class and can score the ball from every level of the floor. He has prototypical size and great length for a backcourt player as well. He's a Division I level talent.

Chaydon Stone, Monticello

Our staff had not seen much of Stone coming into the game, but he definitely left his mark on this event. He played both on and off the ball and excelled doing both. He plays with great pace and has the ability to make reads off the dribble and make the right plays every time. He's also able to change speeds and get to the rim where he can finish at a high level. He was also the best backcourt rebounder on the day as well. Coaches, if you haven't seen his name before, it's time to get to know it.

Jordan Brown, Pebblebrook

We knew a lot about Brown's offensive prowess coming into camp, but he still found a way to live up to his billing as one of the top dogs in the field. He was relentless attacking the rim, where he was able to finish creatively with both hands. He also operated well in ball screens found a way to punish defenses by getting into the paint or knocking down perimeter threes when defenders went under. He has a lot of Division I interest, and rightfully so. His abilities on the offensive end of the floor are certainly to that level.

DaQuavious Harrison, Columbia

The most electrifying player in the field at the RYZE Up Senior Showcase, Harrison had a number of our coaches buzzing with his abilities to finish with emphasis above the rim. While those finishes were incredibly impressive, they are not the sole reason as to why he was one of the top performers on the day. He shot the ball well from three and in the midrange and played with a high motor. He was able to put together a very complete day, and opened a lot of eyes with his performances.


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