Dylan Wolle, Sequoyah (Pictured)
Wolle has cut his teeth as one of the best shooters and perimeter scoring threats in Georgia's 2022 class, and he did just that in a big overtime win over Grovetown, finishing with 32 points and connecting on nine threes and putting together the best shooting performance of the two days. His ability to score the ball will be key late in the season for the Chiefs.
Major Freeman, Archer
Archer's other guards often get a lot of the love, but Freeman is a heckuva prospect in his own right. He's got great size, plays both spots in the backcourt, and proved he is very capable on both ends of the floor. He can defend at a high level and contribute as a scorer and playmaker offensively. He shot the ball well from three and also found offense off the bounce consistently. College coaches in need of a combo guard will definitely want him on their watch list.
Arrinten Page, Wheeler
When Page is locked in, he can be one of the better bigs in Georgia's 2023 class. And he showed that side of him at TOC. He had great moments, playing assertively with toughness and aggression. He has a solid skillset and footwork to accompany his great size and length and can be a big matchup problem when he's playing like he did this week. He showed that he can do everything that you want to see a developing big man do, which was refreshing to see.
Mike Jacobs, McEachern
Jacobs has been one of the biggest senior standouts and stock risers over the past couple of weeks. He has been playing at such a high level and has elevated the play of McEachern as a whole in the process. He has a complete offensive game from the point guard position and excels at attacking the rim and finding creative ways to finish plays. He came up huge in a win over Dacula, finishing with 21 points and proving he is one of the most notable unsigned players in the Atlanta area.