Torian Graham was at his best this weekend with a tournament high of 31 points on Saturday.
2012 Torian Graham (D1 Sports) – Graham has yet to decide on a college, but showcased the type of skill that will make him an instant impact on the college level this weekend. Saturday, he scored 31 points and followed that up with a 26-point performance against the Georgia Stars. Graham is a dynamic athlete with a good stroke from the outside and the ability to take the ball to the basket and finish in traffic.
2014 Jakeenan Gant (Southern Stampede 16s) – The 6-foot-7, 185 pound forward is a rangy athlete that does a great job on the interior against bigger opponents by using his length. Gant is still developing an offensive game but did show the ability to step out and knock down the open jumper or use a dribble or two and finish at the rim. Still, he is at his best blocking shots on the defensive end and grabbing offensive rebounds for putbacks on the offensive end.
2013 John Egbunu (Douglas Brothers Elite) – The South Florida commitment's strength was on display all weekend long. There were few players that could keep him from finishing at the basket in one-on-one situations on the block. On top of that, Egbunu showed an aggressive streak, constantly grabbing rebounds that were outside of his area and making nice moves to finish at the basket.
2014 L.J. Peak (Upward Stars 16s) – Peak is a high major athlete that is excellent in transition and finishes with power around the rim. The 6-foot-5 wing player also displayed the ability to hit the pull-up jumper and constantly kept his defender off balance with an excellent change of pace.
2013 Mohamed Sidy (Upward Stars) – The 6-foot-10 forward showed excellent hands around the basket and a very high motor. Sidy ran the floor well all weekend to get in position for either an easy layup or for an offensive rebound and putback. Defensively, Sidy is a nightmare in the middle as he did a good job re-directing shots and causing havoc for opponents.
2013 Josh Newkirk (D1 Sports) – Newkirk was not at his best, playing out of control at times but continued to show his ability to score the ball at key times. Playing alongside Torian Graham, Newkirk did a good job handling more of a lead guard role as he showed the ability to set up other teammates by getting into the lane and drawing the defense.
2013 A.J. Davis (Georgia Stars) – The 6-foot-7 small forward plays with an extremely high motor and appears to still have plenty of room to grow. The son of former NBA standout Antonio Davis handled the ball well and attacked the basket for buckets all weekend. Playing with the high-profile Georgia Stars, he was able to show versatility, playing both down in the low post and out on the wing.
Jalen Lindsey had a nice weekend for the Georgia Stars
2013 Tosin Mehinti (Southern Stampede 17s) – Mehinti was the surprise of the weekend. He has excellent athletic ability by being a force on the defensive end of the floor. The 6-foot-9 forward still has plenty of room to develop on the offensive end of the floor but is fantastic grabbing offensive rebounds for putbacks.
2013 Austin Ajukwa (South Carolina Elite) – The 6-foot-5 wing consistently got into the lane and finished with contact. Ajukwa has good length and was able to create some problems on the defensive end of the floor by getting his hands into passing lanes and creating transition buckets. Ajukwa is an underrated player that could see his stock rise this summer with a couple strong performances.
2014 Jarryd Coleman (Southern Stampede 16s) – Friday night, Coleman caught everybody's attention, knocking down six three pointers in the first half. The 6-foot-2 guard is advanced physically for his age and is a dynamic shooter that is deadly when left unguarded.
2014 Jalen Lindsey (Georgia Stars) – Lindsey is one of the top players in the 2014 class but struggled to make a significant impact all weekend. It was the first tournament of the year for his Georgia Stars team so there will be a need to gel with his teammates, but he did flash his high end athletic ability with several great putbacks and drives to the rim.
2014 Amhed Hill (Southern Stampede 16s) – Hill is a big physical guard that even at 6-foot-4 can go down low and bang in the post or step out and knock down the three-point shot. The 2014 prospect is an elite athlete that attacked the rim extremely well and got to the foul line to make critical foul shots down the stretch of games.
2014 Marcus Stroman (Sourthern Stampede 16s) – After struggling Friday night, Stroman rebounded with 10 assists Saturday morning. The 6-foot-1 point guard does a great job of controlling the tempo of the game and taking over when his name is called. He does a great job of getting in the lane and making the correct pass to the open player for an easy basket. With his long arms, Stroman is a terror on the ball defensively. He can pick an opposing player's pocket or get his hands on passes.
Jakeenan Gant claimed offers from Georgia, Georgia Southern, Clemson, Georgia Tech, George Mason, Xavier and College of Charleston. The 6-foot-7 forward is also starting to receive interest from North Carolina, Michigan State and Syracuse.
Austin Ajukwa holds an offer from College of Charleston and is receiving plenty of high major interest.
Power forward C.J. Turman showed a strong inside game with the Southern Stampede 16s this weekend. The 6-foot-9, 235-pound sophomore claimed offers from Georgia, Alabama, South Carolina and Clemson. Tennessee is also starting to show strong interest.
Ahmed Hill averaged 20 points per game this past season for Aquinas High School in Georgia. That has helped produce offers from VCU, Georgia, Clemson, Georgia Southern and Mercer. The 6-foot-4 guard is also receiving early interest from Florida, Tennessee, Georgia Tech and Connecticut.
Junior guard Donte Clark of Kennedy Charter School in North Carolina claimed offers from Jacksonville, High Point, Mercert, Radford, Gardner-Webb and Charlotte. Clark is receiving interest from Memphis, Virginia Tech, Virginia, California, Auburn, Nebraska and St. John’s.
A.J. Davis will be one of the more highly sought after 2013 prospects in the southeast . He already holds offers from Tennessee, Georgia, Auburn and UTEP. Davis is also receiving interest from Georgetown, Virginia, Miami, Clemson and Memphis.
Austin Ajukwa holds an offer from College of Charleston. He is receiving high major interest from Clemson, Georgia, Virginia Tech and St. John’s.
Junior point guard Isaiah Williams claims offers from Jacksonville, Murray State and Chattanooga. He is receiving interest from Clemson, Georgia, UMass and Cincinnati.
Will Gunter is a national basketball recruiting analyst for 247Sports.