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The Hundred Session I Top Performers Pt. 2

Rodney Henderson, Tennessee Tigers

Henderson was a big reason for the Tennessee Tigers winning the championship in the 17U Yellow Division as he consistently led them in scoring and came up big in the big moments. The lefty guard is highly athletic and uses the dribble to get to his spots and convert. He's very tough getting to the rim or pulling up in the midrange and he's a very creative and athletic finisher. he averaged 19 points per game on the weekend and is a guy that Division I programs will want on watch lists.

BJ Plummer, Pro One UAA

Plummer jumped onto our radar very quickly on Saturday morning with his combination of size, length, athleticism, and shot making ability. At a long 6-foot-7 with high level mobility and athletic ability, he's a very high ceiling player that should draw a ton of attention this spring and summer. He showed his range from three and ability to hit shots in bunches. He's a guy that mid major and possibly even high major coaches should be wanting to see.

Caleb Drummer, Reach Higher Kings

Drummer has had a very productive spring on our stage so far. After a good showing back in March at The Warmup, he was back at it at the first session of The Hundred. He was among the top leading scorers in the 16U division, averaging over 19 points per game and going over the 20-point mark in three of five games. He's a strong finisher on the block and in the paint and when he's not finishing plays, he's drawing contact and getting to the line. He also showed that he can step out and knock down perimeter shots off the catch when called upon.

Cam Dover, Atlanta Timberwolves White

Dover should catch a lot of attention from college programs this spring. At 6-foot-7 he's very versatile and can score the ball inside-out. He averaged over 17 points per game on the weekend, but really shined in the semifinals in an overtime win over Pro One UAA, going for 25 points and hitting six threes in the win. When he's playing with confidence, he's a threat from every level. Expect to see his name a lot this spring and summer among recruiting circles.

Caiden Bauldwin, Chattanooga Elite

Bauldwin was one of the top scorers in the entire field at over 21 points per game and led a very good, very fast Chattanooga Elite offense. He's got a lot of versatility at 6-foot-5 and an elite level motor and activity level. That activity level gives him the ability to fill up stat sheets in a hurry as he is a very good rebounder and can also distribute the ball off the dribble as well. He's a strong, athletic finisher that can score in traffic and through contact and he did that a ton this weekend.

Noah Gorman, Pro One Select Hood

Gorman showed a ton of playmaking ability off the dribble as well as the ability to score the ball this weekend. He consistently can make reads with the ball in his hands and knows the situations and what they call for. He's willing to make plays that a lot of players would not see or try to make and can make some very high level passes. He also shot the ball well from three and proved he can do it from every level of the floor.

Omari Barnes, IBA

The 2026 point guard was playing up in the 17U division and went over the 20-point mark in every game, averaging 23 points per game on the weekend. What he lacks in size, he makes up for in toughness, quickness, and ability off the dribble. He was constantly able to penetrate defenses and get into he paint, where he caused a ton of problems for oppositions. He was also consistently able to get to the free throw line as defenses had a hard time keeping him in front.

Chris Kunard, OFW Galaxy

Kunard is a guy that makes a ton of winning plays. He can play both spots in the backcourt and consistently left his handprints on games in a lot of different ways. He showed that he can score the ball from every level as well as make reads and consistently get the ball where it needed to go. Off the ball, he can make shots off the catch or attack closeouts and get to the rim. He does a little bit of everything on the basketball floor and brings a ton of toughness in the process.

Will Dopfer, Atlanta Allstars

Dopfer is one of the more notable frontcourt players in Georgia in 2026 and he showed why this weekend. He's a big matchup problem with his ability to score the ball inside-out. He converted around the rim consistently this weekend, whether it was on the offensive glass or one of his guards creating for him. He also showed that he can step onto the perimeter and hit shots or put the ball on the floor to get where he wanted to go.

Treylin Davis, Rome Elite

Davis was one of the top scorers in the 17U divisions, at over 17 points per game with two games over the 20-point mark. He's got a lot of versatility on the wing at 6-foot-3 with a lot of length. He can guard multiple spots and has a knack for scoring the ball on the other end. He shot the ball very well from three, hitting 10 threes in three games. He also has ability off the dribble and athleticism to finish consistently around the rim. Coaches looking for guys late in their 2024 classes should give him a look.


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