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The Hundred Session I Top Performers Pt. 1

Zach Bleshoy, Atlanta Timberwolves White

Bleshoy showed why he is going to be a very highly sought-after player this spring and summer. The 6-foot-4 lefty can play both spots in the backcourt and excels as a very good playmaker and scorer off the bounce. He uses his size and athleticism to his advantage consistently, getting by defenders and finishing at a high level around the rim or finding teammates for scoring chances. He also shot the ball well from three, connecting on multiple threes in three games. He averaged over 22 points per game on the weekend and led the 17U Yellow division in scoring. He's added recent offers from Chattanooga and Ohio and is definitely a guy mid major and high major programs will want to see this travel season.

Kaden Rickard, Pro One UAA

Rickard is be a player that a lot of Division I programs will want to see this spring and summer. He showed a ton of versatility this weekend on both sides of the ball, spent time at both backcourt positions and defending multiple spots. He has the size and playmaking ability off the bounce that make him a tough cover. He was very good getting paint touches off the dribble, which caused problems for opposing defenses. With his size and skill set, expect to see his recruitment take off in the coming weeks.

Marcus Perry Jr., We Play

Perry was one of the best overall scorers in the field, leading the 16U division at over 23 points per game. He's a knock down shooter from three both off the catch and off the dribble and can catch fire from the perimeter in a hurry. He showed that in a 36-point effort on Saturday in which he hit nine threes. He can also score attacking off the dribble and has the size to score the ball in the paint and around the rim. He had a huge weekend scoring the ball.

Austin Nance, UWIN Serventz

Nance was one of the better floor generals in the field this weekend, and responded in big moments for his team all weekend. He shows a ton of confidence and always seemed to want the ball down the stretch of big games and made a big impact both scoring and playmaking. He's very quick off the dribble and gave defenses fits with his ability to get into the paint off the bounce. He averaged 20 points per game on the weekend and was a big standout in the 16U division.

Anderson Carey, Atlanta Timberwolves

Carey can really score the ball and he showed that consistently this weekend, going over the 20-point mark in three of four games. He gets a lot of his production from beyond the three point line, hitting three or more threes in those three 20+ point performances. He's got a quick trigger and is always ready to shoot the ball and his presence opens up a lot of opportunities for teammates off the dribble. He was one of the better shot makers in the field.

Andre Dupree, B4 Academy

Playing up in the 17U division, Dupree was one of the best scorers in the field at 23 points per game. He got his weekend kicked off with a bang, scoring 37 points in a win over South Ga Tarheels. He was one of the best perimeter shooters in the gym, hitting on 17 threes in over 4 games. However, he showed a lot of ability getting to the rim and either finishing or drawing contact and getting to the line. He showed that he can be a guy to watch out for in Cobb County.

Braden Moore, South Ga Tarheels

Moore showed why he's one of the guys to watch in South Georgia in 2025. He's got very good size in the backcourt at 6-foot-3 with plenty of athleticism to pair with it. He's a very good playmaker off the dribble and can make reads with the ball in his hands. He was very good finishing at the rim but also showed that he can play off the ball and be a threat off the catch from three as well. He's a guy college programs will definitely want to keep track of this spring and summer.

Cutter Sisk, Tennessee Tigers

Sisk was one of the frontcourt standouts this weekend, with a high skill level on the block and in the paint. He's got great footwork on the block with moves and counter moves to get opportunities to score the ball around the rim. He also showed touch on his jump shot with a very good turn around shot in the midrange. He has a nose for the ball on the glass and was a solid rebounder on both ends of the floor.

Ledger Kincaid, Atlanta Allstars

The Atlanta Allstars were a very balanced group this weekend, and Kincaid stood out as a shot maker from three. His combination of size at 6-foot-4 and shooting ability make him a big threat on the offensive side of the floor. He has no hesitation off the catch and can catch fire and connect on shots from three in a hurry. His shooting ability opens the floor a ton and his presence on the floor gives teammates opportunities off the dribble.

Latham Binkley, Pro One Academic Select

Binkley helped lead Pro One Academic Select to a championship in the 17U Black division. He's got a lot of ability on the offensive side of the floor and showed he can score the ball in a variety of ways from every level of the floor. He's a good shot maker from three and has the ability off the bounce to attack closeouts and get to his spots and convert. His skill set in combination with his size at 6-foot-7 make him a guy college programs will want to see this spring and summer.


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