Talent, size, athleticism, the Grassroots Summer Championships had it all. Here are several additional noteworthy players from the 15U level down in Orlando. 

Radley Briones – 2025 – G – Amaeysing Sports
A pure knockdown shooter with a nice-looking jumper spotting up out on the perimeter with great form. The high IQ guard moves well without the ball and showed a very good shot selection. While he’s at his best knocking down shots from deep, he can also handle the ball and make plays off the dribble as well to being a tough on ball defender. 

Andrew Graf – 2024 – G – JH1 Elite
While he’s nothing flashy, Graf is a high IQ point guard that always knows where to go with the ball. He’s strong with the ball in his hands and does a good job of running the offense and creating his teammates. While he’s a pass first point guard, he still scored the ball getting to the basket and has a smooth jumper from three.  

Josiah Hubbard – 2024 – C – Tennessee Tigers
A high upside post with size at 6’8” and great length that already shows some good skills. He has some nice moves posting up as well to soft touch to score the ball well down inside. As well, Hubbard impressed with his rebounding ability grabbing everything near him. A big man to keep an eye on moving forward. 

Julen Iturbe – 2024 – F – Upward Stars
A 6’5” wing forward with a nice versatile skill set and good all-around scoring ability. Iturbe is a tough matchup with all his tools. He has some size, good strength, and ability to move well with the ball going to the basket. The rising sophomore has a good ability to score the ball strong inside but can also knock down jumpers from the perimeter.  

Zack Scherler – 2024 – PF – Reach Legends
At 6’9” with his great length, Scherler was an absolute rim protector. Not only did he block plenty of shots but altered even more as well to deterring any drivers from getting near the basket. On the opposite end, he showed a smooth jumper hitting shots in the mid-range and added some baskets in the paint.