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The Hundred Session III Top Performers Pt. 1



Kmajay Jenkins, Atlanta Celtics 3SSB 2027

Jenkins has the potential to be a very notable guy in the south and even nationally in 2027. He's long and very athletic at 6-foot-6 and showed a ton of versatility on both ends with the ability to play in the paint and on the perimeter as well as guard almost any position on the floor. He plays with a very active motor, hits the glass hard, scores the ball inside and out, and gives a ton of toughness and extra-effort winning plays. He was the consensus top performer overall on the weekend for our staff.


Jaydon Cole, OTP NXT

Cole is a strong bodied guard with an elite, standout skill which shjould get him his share of attention from college programs in the coming months. That standout skill is his ability to make shots from the perimeter, which he did with consistency this weekend. He had multiple three-point makes in every game this weekend, averaging 3.5 makes per game from beyond the arc and averaging 18.5 points per game as well. He has the ability to attack the rim and finish through contact at the rim as well.


Bradyn Brobst, Iron City Hoops Wester

Brobst was one of the best bucket getters in the gym this weekend. He led the 17U division in scoring at 22 points per game on the weekend, going over the 20-point mark in three of four games. He shot the ball at a very high level from three, making four or more threes in three of four games. He has solid natural scoring insincts and knows how to get to his spots and to the free throw line to put up big scoring numbers.


Eli Owensby, Pro One Select TN Shipley

Owensby is a fearless and aggressive player who is always looking to attack and score, and he did that a lot this weekend, averaging 18 points per game. He has good size in the backcourt at 6-foot-3 and was consistently able to get by defenders and get to the rim, where he converted at a high rate with athletic and creative finishes. He's also an instinctual defender and was able to create deflections and turnovers to get into the open floor for easy buckets in transition.


Jacob Bryant, Hype Hawks AD

College coaches looking to add a guard late in their 2024 classes will want to give Bryant a close look. He's got the size and ability to add value to a college program and he showed that this weekend. He's got great size and the ability to play both spots in the backcourt at 6-foot-3. He's a good shooter from three aand had a game making 5 threes. He can make plays off the dribble and make reads with the ball in his hands. He averaged over 21 points per game on the weekend and looked very impressive in the process.


Noah Holloway, Formula Elite Academy

Hollway is a really high level athlete with a natural scoring ability. He showed that he can score the ball from every level of the floor, averaging close to 17 points per game on the weekend. He's very dynamic off the bounce and gets off the floor very well for highly athletic finishes around the rim. With his size, athleticism, and natural ability to create offense, he can bring value to college programs looking for a late add to their 2024 class.


Hampton Jordan, Auburn Raptors

Teams had a really hard time handling Jordan's size, strength, and physicality this weekend. At a strong 6-foot-6, he was a force in the paint every time out. He averaged over 20 points per game on the weekend, going for 24 or more points in the final three games for the Raptors. When he wasn't finishing in the paint or controlling the glass, he was drawing contact and getting to the free throw line. He was one of the best overall performers in the 15U division this weekend.


Brandon Nelson, AC Georgia

Nelson's skill level and motor shined this weekend and he was a standout for AC Georgia. He had an all-around skill set and did a little bit of everything on the weekend and has the size and athletic ability to contribute in a lot of different ways. He showed he can score it in a variety of ways as well, doing it from every level of the floor and consistency using his physicality to draw contact and get to the free throw line. He's definitely a name to keep track of in 2026 in Georgia.



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