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The Hundred Session II Top Performers Pt. 1



Jaydon White, JSI Elite

White had some huge games this weekend for JSI and came up big in the biggest moments as well. He averaged over 20 points per game on the weekend, including leading a huge comeback and scoring 32 points in the 16U championship game. He played both spots in the backcourt this weekend and has good size at 6-foot-2 along with a lot of athleticism. He scores the ball very well off the dribble, whether its perimeter jumpers or getting all the way to the rim and making athletic finishes. He's a guy to watch in Alabama in 2026.


Payton Waites, Atlanta Allstars

Waites is a guy that should draw. a lot of curiosity from college coaches this spring and summer. He has great size in the backcourt at 6-foot-4 with good explosion and the ability to create for himself off the dribble. He scored the ball well from every level of the floor this weekend, whether it was connecting on threes, creating for himself with step-backs in the midrange, or getting all the way to the rim and finishing.


Mario Hill Jr., Drill Academy

Hill has had a great spring on our stage. He's a crafty point guard that navigates the floor well off the dribble and can make reads with the ball in his hands. He shoots it at a high level from the perimeter and in the midrange and knows how to get to his spots where he can be effective. He passes the ball well with both hands and can hurt you just as much with his playmaking as he can with his scoring.


Brodie Frederick, We Play Basketball

Frederick was half of We Play's two-headed scoring machine this weekend, averaging 18 points per game on the weekend and going over the 20-point mark in three of five games. While he shot the ball well from three, he was most effective getting to his spots off the dribble and playing without the ball in his hands, moving well, and finding spots where he could get opportunities to score. He also has good size at 6-foot-6 and can use his size and physicality to be effective on the glass.


Brendan Smith, Dunwoody United

Smith was the consummate floor stretcher this weekend and was one of the best shooters in the field. He averaged over 22 points per game on the weekend, going over the 20-point mark in every game. While he showed that he can put the ball on the floor and create space to get his shot off, he was absolutely knock down from three, connecting non over 5 threes per game.


Steve Achille, OBG Elite 2027

Playing up in the 16U division, Achille showed a ton of promise for a young wing. At 6-foot-4 with athleticism and versatility, he left his mark on games in a variety of ways. He scored it at a high level, averaging over 18 points per game, slashing to the rim consistently and finishing at a high level. He's a multi-positional defender who contributes well on the glass as well. He's a guy to watch for in Florida in 2027.


Michael Chobey, Open Court 2027

Chobey left his mark on the weekend with his size, physicality, and ability to finish plays through contact around the rim. Opposing teams had a hard time handling his combination of motor and physicality in the paint, whether he was scoring, rebounding, or defending. His strength allowed him to consistently control the paint. He averaged over 17 points per game on the weekend, and he was a big reason for Open Court's run to the 15u championship game.

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