2024 F 6’7 Calvin Worsham - Denard Bros Pro 17U 
Calvin Worsham is a versatile forward who has flown a bit under the radar this spring as part of a deep and talented Denard Bros 17U group, but caught my eye in April with his skillset and ability to stretch the floor at 6’7. A true combo forward, Worsham can play inside and out, knock down shots from three in pick and pop and as a trail big, attack closeouts off the dribble, and has good hands to catch drop offs in the dunker spot and finish in traffic. He uses his strength defensively and can grab and go on the defensive glass and start the break himself. 

2025 G/F 6’6 Jaymen Townsend - George Hill All-Indy 17U 
Jaymen Townsend has been the ultimate glue guy for George Hill All-Indy this spring playing up at the 17U level. Townsend has great size on the wing at 6’6 with long arms, and has impressed with his ability to guard multiple positions. He can stay in front of smaller guards, uses his size and length to battle in the paint and on the glass, and has good instincts in passing lanes. Offensively, Townsend is a slasher who is at his best playing downhill to the rim, but has also shown flashes as a perimeter threat, able to knock down threes in catch and shoot. 

2026 C 6’10 Kevin Pittman - Phenom University 15U 
Every time I watch Kevin Pittman, he has gotten better. From last summer, to the fall and now into the Spring, the development of the young big has been fun to watch. Already standing 6’10 at just 14 years old, Pittman had his best weekend yet at NY2LA Association session 2 in Louisville. He has a nice go to move - lefty jump hook - and showed an added counter with spin back to his right hand. Pittman blocks shots, runs the floor hard, and is gaining athleticism by the day - putting down a couple big dunks in traffic in Louisville. It is still early and he has a lot more work to do, but I love his long term projection. 

2025 C 6’9 Jaydon Awe - Team Herro 16U 
Jaydon Awe is a prospect that screams upside. He is still raw but has great physical tools at 6’9 with plus length, runs the floor, blocks shots and can finish above the rim. Awe had some “wow” moments in Louisville with Team Herro - 2-hand putback dunk in traffic, corner three off the catch, sprinting the floor for a block - and appears very coachable and eager to learn. There is no ego, he just plays hard and does what is asked of him. As his flashes become consistent production I expect mid majors to be all over this kid, and I am excited to continue to watch his development. 

2025 F 6’7 Jackson Accuardi - Wisconsin Swing 16U 
Jackson Accuardi has been one of this spring's biggest stock boosters at the 16U level playing with Wisconsin Swing. A 6’7 forward, Accuardi has a football background and has clearly put the work in in the weight room. He uses his strength to gain position on the glass and finish through contact around the basket. Accuardi also has shown great touch on his jumper with legit range to the three point line. He can pick and pop, catch and shoot, come off of pindowns in flex actions and is money at the FT line. Accuardi just picked up a Football offer from Iowa State, and it will be interesting to see which sport he prioritizes moving forward. 

2024 G/F 6’5 Ater Manyuon - Gain Elite 17U  
Ater Manyuon is a versatile 6’5 lefty wing who can shoot the three, create off the dribble, finish above the rim and defend multiple positions on the perimeter. Manyuon uses long strides to slash to the basket where he can finish with either hand with good touch and has athleticism to attack shot blockers. He excels in transition whether running the wing and finishing, or leading the break himself off the dribble. Manyuon will take a prep year at We Are United in Missouri.