When focused and motivated there just aren't many better prospects in the class than Nazreon Reid. Reid was just that over the weekend and put on a show for the college coaches tracking him. With good size, athleticism, and skill, Reid is fully capable of dominating basically every time he steps on the floor, and was a walking double-double over the weekend. Now that he seems to have his motor running more consistently, look for Reid to be one of the more physically dominant players in the class and to continue to put up massive numbers every time out on the floor.
A big wing with a ton of skill, Cameron Reddish put all of his talent on display this weekend. Reddish was shooting the ball at an elite level all weekend long and averaged 24.3 points and 6.8 rebounds per contest. What Reddish usually does best is create with his length and ability to get to the rim, but over the weekend he was on fire from three. Also Reddish looked to have his motor running as hard as it ever has, and that let his full talent shine through. Reddish is already extremely high in the rankings, and there is a real chance he could move up as he continues to have dominant outings for Team Final.
Very few point guards have had a better spring so far than Devon Dotson. The North Carolina native has been been brilliant in both Under Armour sessions. This past weekend he showed a big time ability to get to the rim, and also he made others better with some nice passes. Dotson also seems more athletic than ever, and simply continues to make all the right plays and be very productive. Finding true point guards who make others better is difficult, and Dotson does that while also being a high level scorer as well.
Baltimore native Noah Locke was nothing short of outstanding all weekend long for Team Melo. Locke shot the ball at a high level consistently, and also showed some game off the dribble and in the mid-range. The bread and butter for Locke is always his deep jumper, and he made it both off the catch and off the dribble. Beyond that Locke showed a good feel for the game and made a few nice passes once in the lane.
A flat out bucket getter, Anfernee Simons was impressive all weekend long for Team Breakdown. Simons was on fire all weekend long averaging 21 points per game while shooting a sizzling 54 percent from distance. On top of that, there wasn't a game all weekend in which Simons made less than four threes. Quite simply Simons was shooting the ball at an elite level all weekend in front of his future head coach. With his shot making, Breakdown was tough to matchup with, and Simons has proven himself to be one of the premier scorers in the class.
Recruiting: Simons is committed to Louisville
Quite simply there is no harder playing kid in the country than Emmitt Williams. The Florida native is one of the premier rebounders in the class, and despite not possessing the highest skill level, Williams manages to get buckets with effort and toughness.At times Williams was absolutely dominant for Each 1 Teach 1. He scored over 30 twice, and even knocked in a few deep jumpers. Add in some rim protecting on the defensive end and dominating the glass, and it was a big time weekend for Williams.