2024 6’8 Will Hornseth - Wisconsin Blizzard 17U 
Will Hornseth is a skilled big who was a key part of WI Blizzard’s 3-1 weekend in Louisville. Hornseth runs the floor hard, has really good hands and footwork around the basket, and can finish with either hand in the paint. Hornseth's best game of the weekend came in a matchup with All Ohio Select as he finished with 19 points in a hard fought win. 

2025 6’1 Azavier Robinson - George Hill All-Indy 17U 
Azavier Robinson has been a player we've talked a lot about this spring and he continued to impress in Louisville. Robinson is a monster defensively, using his wingspan and quickness to block shots, rack up steals and harass ball handlers. Offensively he can finish in the paint, knock down jumpers and create for teammates. He picked up an offer from Oklahoma State over the weekend and continues to see his stock rise nationally. 

2024 6’4 Folabomi Fayemi - Denard Bros 17U
Folabomi Fayemi is a long and athletic wing with good size on the perimeter at 6'4. He is at his best playing downhill and getting out in transition where he can finish through contact at the rim and put down some big dunks. Defensively he can guard multiple positions, able to stay in front of smaller guards on the perimeter and use his size and length when switched onto bigs. His defensive versatility, athletic tools and finishing ability should translate to the next level and I expect his recruitment to pick up after his performance in April. 

2023 5’11 Dajohn Craig - D1 Indiana 17U 
Dajohn Craig was one of the best point guards I watched at session 2 with D1 Indiana. He is a smooth operator with the ball in his hands, able to break down defenders and get into the paint where he has a nice pull up jumper and uses floaters to avoid shot blockers at the rim. Craig also showed he can play off the ball some as a floor spacer and shooter, knocking down catch and shoot threes on the perimeter. 

2024 6’1 Jaxson Vandegarde - ATX Force 17U 
Jaxson Vandegarde had a huge game on Sunday to help ATX Force close the weekend with a win. He scored 24 points, made 3 threes and was 5/5 at the free throw line to close the game out down the stretch in a 1 point win over a tough DV45 team. Vandegarde also showed good point guard skills, handling the ball under pressure and creating for his teammates. 

2024 6’1 Donovan Stone - Moss Elite 17U 
Donovan Stone is a shifty lefty lead guard who impressed on Friday night in Louisville for Moss Elite, scoring 16 points in a win over MN Comets. He can shoot it with range, able to knock down threes off the dribble and in catch and shoot. Stone made plays for himself and teammates playing in ball screens, with some nice pocket passes for easy buckets, and does a good job of avoiding defenders on his drives with euro steps and crafty finishes.