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The Hundred Session II Top Performers Pt. 3

Jaylin Taylor, We Play Basketball

Taylor was one of the best point guards in the field this weekend and he did it all from the lead guard spot for We Play. He was one of the top scorers in the field at 20 points per game and he was a knock down shooter from three. Whether it was pull up threes in transition or making opponents pay for going under screens, he shot the ball consistently well, making 5 threes per game. He's also very quick and strong off the dribble and can beat defenders and get paint touches, causing defenses problems.

Nick Hayden, Hawks Elite Gold

Hayden was the second half of the Hawks Elite Gold two-headed scoring punch, averaging close to 21 points per game. He scored the ball at a high level from all three levels of the floor. He was dynamic creating for himself off the dribble, was effective as a three point shooter, and was consistently able to get to the rim and finish. He's got good size at 6-foot-4, which, when combined with his shot making ability, should make him a notable prospect in Kentucky.

Michael Glass, Hawks Elite

Glass played in both the 16U and 17U division for Hawks Elite this weekend and excelled scoring the ball in both. He was very dynamic getting to the rim, and was in attack mode off the dribble the entire weekend. There were not a lot of defenders that were able to keep him in front and he seemingly got to the rim whenever he wanted. He was consistently around the 20-point mark all weekend.

Miles Clanton, Atlanta Allstars

Size, strength, toughness, motor, and athleticism. Clanton brings them all every time out. You never have to worry about his production with his energy levels. He's always going to give you something, whether it's scoring, rebounding, or defending hard. He was the best rebounder in the field on the weekend and was very productive scoring the ball as well. He's very strong on the interior and can finish with athleticism and through contact. He also showed the ability to step out and connect on shots from three off the catch. He's a guy college coaches will want to watch this summer.

Jacob Sherrer, Most Hated

Playing up as a prospect in the class of 2027, Sherrer was one of the top scorers in the 17U Black division at 20 points per game on the weekend. He spent time playing both on and off the ball and was dangerous from every level of the floor. He shoots the ball well from three, but he's also very crafty getting to his spots in the midrange or all the way to the rim. He also knows how to draw contact and get to the free throw line, where he converts at a high rate.

Andre Dupree, B4 Academy

Our staff is very high on the raw talent that Dupree has. He could be a big time sleeper in Georgia's 2026 class as a guy who can really score and make plays off the dribble. He has a strong frame and a high skill level. He can score it from every level of the floor and is a very instinctual passer and can get the ball where it needs to go. As he locks in and continues to fine tune his skillset, he could be a name that could emerge as a good one in Georgia's 2026 class.

Will Dopfer, Atlanta Allstars

Dopfer has found himself on our top performers consistently all spring, and this weekend was no different. he plays with a ton of toughness and motor and always finds ways to be productive. He's a tough guy to handle from 17 feet and in both scoring and on the glass. As his perimeter game continues to develop, he is going to become even more of a matchup problem. He's one of Georgia's more notable forwards in the class of 2026.


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