2014 Point Guard Marcus Stroman was one of the top point guards at the IceBreaker event.
2013 PF Deshawn Freeman (NC Red Storm/Rocky Mount)
Freeman was the most explosive player this past weekend at the IceBreaker event. The unsigned senior is still trying to recover from a knee injury during his junior season but was dynamic on Saturday showing off his explosiveness inside the lane and handling the ball on the perimeter.
2014 PG T.J. Evans (NC Red Storm/Apex High School)
The six-foot combo guard exploded on Saturday night scoring 16 points in a third quarter stretch for his Red Storm team in a win over the Upward Stars. Evans did most of his damage from behind the three point line with several of the shots coming from deep.
2014 PG Marcus Stroman (Carolina Wolves/Keenan High School)
The South Carolina commitment was solid once again distributing the ball and scoring when necessary. Stroman was his best in the half-court setting as he constantly pressured the defense by getting into the lane and either finding the open shooter on a kick out or finishing with contact.
2015 SG Jashawn Brooks (Southern Kings 16/Laney High School)
Brooks showed the ability to handle the ball and create for others throughout Saturday. The 6-foot-3 combo guard also displayed his skills at creating his own shot either on pull up jumpers or by taking the ball to the basket and finishing with contact.
2015 PF Luke Maye (Queen City Thunder/Hough High School)
Maye is an intriguing big man prospect that is primed for a breakout AAU. At his best in the low post, the 6-foot-8 combo forward can grab a defensive rebound and get his team into offensive transition by using the dribble or with a strong outlet pass.
2015 SF Tevin Mack (Carolina Wolves 16s/Dreher High School)
Mack was likely the MVP of the weekend for both the 16 and 17 year old age groups. The 6-foot-5 wing put everything together for a 31 point performance on Sunday morning and averaged 22 points over the weekend. Mack is a player that could see his stock skyrocket if he continues to perform over the next few weeks in the manner he did this weekend.
2015 SF Dwayne Bacon (Showtime Ballers/McKeel Academy)
Bacon was the reason for the Showtime Ballers winning the 16 and under division at the IceBreaker as he scored 25 points in the championship game to pick up a 61-60 victory. The 6-foot-6 wing player looks to have shed some weight and toned up his body allowing him to be quicker and stronger when attacking the rim. Add in his ability to knock down the open jump shots and it appears Bacon's game is rounding into elite form.
2015 Dwayne Bacon is planning a visit to check out Michigan in June.
2014 SG Matthew Fisher-Davis (Charlotte Nets/Charlotte Christian)
Fisher-Davis is very similar to current West Virginia guard Terry Henderson. The 6-foot-4 shooting guard has a skinny frame but uses his length to get off shots against smaller defenders and does a good job of moving without the ball in order to get open. Currently, Gardner-Webb and Liberty have extended an offer to Fisher-Davis but the bigger schools are starting to show interest with Alabama and Virginia Tech leading the way.
2015 SF Dwayne Bacon (Florida Showtime Ballers/McKeel Academy)
Currently holding offers from Florida State, Virginia Tech, Baylor, Central Florida, South Florida, Murray State and Tennessee. The 6-foot-6 wing is also receiving heavy interest from Michigan, Florida, Kansas State, Miami, UCLA and Memphis among others. He plans to take an unofficial visit to the Wolverines in June for their elite camp.
2015 PG Corey Sanders (Florida Showtime Ballers/McKeel Academy)
Sanders has picked up early offers from Murray State, Rider, James Madison and Georgia Southern. He is starting to receive interest from Michigan, Tennessee, Miami, South Florida, Central Florida and Virginia Tech. He will join Bacon on an unofficial for the Wolverines elite camp in June as well.
2015 SG Perry Dozier Jr. (Upward Stars/Spring Valley)
Recruiting is gaining speed for Dozier by the month. This past season he made visits to South Carolina, North Carolina, North Carolina State and Clemson. Tar Heel head coach Roy Williams was down to see him recently but they have yet to extend an offer. Currently, Dozier holds offers from the Gamecocks, Wolfpack and Tigers as well as Kansas and Ohio State.
2016 PG Seventh Woods (Carolina Wolves 16s/Hammond Academy)
Woods will be one of the most heavily sought after prospects in the 2016 class. Currently he is keeping things close to the vest but has taken visits to check out South Carolina and North Carolina. The 6-foot-2 guard also had the Tar Heels stop by recently to watch him go through a workout.
2015 PF Antwan Maxwell (Upward Stars 16s/Johnson High School)
Maxwell is an athletic power forward that played alongside LSU signee Timonthy Quarterman this past season at Johnson High School in Savannah, Ga. Early on, the 6-foot-6 prospect does not have any offers but he expects that to change over the next few weeks as he is receiving heavy interest from LSU, Georgia, Clemson, Cincinnati and Virginia Tech.