Jayden Moore (featured image in thumbnail) Class of 2026 / D5 Global Teddy – Coming into the weekend I did not really know much about D5 Global but it wouldn’t take long for Jayden Moore to catch my attention. Jayden…
Jayden Moore (featured image in thumbnail) Class of 2026 / D5 Global Teddy – Coming into the weekend I did not really know much about D5 Global but it wouldn’t take long for Jayden Moore to catch my attention. Jayden would be one of the main guards for D5 Global as all weekend he produced instant offense. Jayden really excels in the open court as you mix his quick first steps with the ability to finish as a dangerous combo. One thing I saw in Jayden that I haven’t really seen out of many players in the 2026 class is toughness, as he never backs down and comes at you with everything he has.
Kaidon Reyfield Class of 2025 / Team Griffin – Kaidon is always one of the most electric players in the gym and personally one of my favorite players to watch. Playing the big for Team Griffin gives Kaidon great opportunities to show how athletic he truly is. Kaidon can push the ball in transition, plays hard on the defensive end, and loves playing above the rim. Kaidon will eventually get to play his natural position as a slashing wing and put college coaches on notice.
Xavier Green (featured image to the right) Class of 2026 / Lightning Elite – The glue guy that runs the Lightning Elite offense Xavier is so polished offensively. Xavier does a great job of knowing how to control the tempo when playing the lead guard spot as his IQ is so natural. The next part about Xavier’s game that I love is his ability to break down defenders and get to his spots, throughout the game against a tough Big Game Hunterz squad Xavier consistently got to the paint to create for himself and teammates.
Logan Gonzalez (featured image to the right) Class of 2026 / Texas Hardwork – Being from San Antonio I always love checking out the future of the city and Texas Hardwork had themselves a dude. Logan Gonzalez came out against a good Team Griffin squad and shot lights out. Logan finds the soft spots in the zone and if you give him enough space he only needs to see one go in before he starts heating up. I am very excited to see how Logan’s game develops beyond just shooting as he has all the tools to be special.
Steven Lin Class of 2027 / Seattle Rotary – My first time seeing this Seattle team and Steven would catch my attention right away. From the opening tip, Steven got after it on both ends of the floor being a pest when it came to on-ball defense and always looking to push the tempo offensively. Steven showed me that the floater is not a lost art as he consistently hit it over taller defenders, overall every team needs someone like Steven who is going to leave it all on the court regardless of the outcome.