Southwest KickOff Day 1 Recap/Standouts: Solid Rock
Take a look at the Day 1 recap of the Standouts from the PrepHoops NEXT Southwest KickOff from the Solid Rock Basketball complex in Oklahoma City. Jake Pope | Champion Skills Academy 2027 Pope was a top scorer in…
Take a look at the Day 1 recap of the Standouts from the PrepHoops NEXT Southwest KickOff from the Solid Rock Basketball complex in Oklahoma City.
Jake Pope | Champion Skills Academy 2027
Pope was a top scorer in the 13U Division for Champion Skills Academy 2027 as he showed off his ability to knock down shots on the perimeter and get to his spots off the bounce using his quickness.
Jayquan Snell | Dallas Blue
Snell was quite the attacker in space when getting the ball out of the net for Dallas Blue. He was a big catalyst in both of their victories on Day 1 as he showed off his strength, length and ability to finish in traffic on numerous occasions.
Jonathan Bradley | Dallas Blue
Bradley is listed at only 5-foot-4 but don’t let his height fool you. He’s got a high IQ for operating off the bounce and made a ton of tough buckets down the stretch for Dallas Blue in their victory over AKR Texas Summitt / Vols Elite 2027. He’s a crafty point guard with a ton of confidence with the ball in his hands.
Jonathan Lungene | AKR Texas Summitt / Vols Elite 2027
Lungene was an impressive name in the AKR Texas Summitt/Vols Elite rotation with his athleticism and aggression with the ball. He was intent on getting to his spots and was fearless in the paint, finishing through traffic while showing off his length on the defensive end as well.
Chase Branham | Missouri Crush 2027
Branham is a floor general that sets the table very well for his teammates when he’s on the floor. He’s got top-notch handles that allow him to navigate the defense with ease and crisp passing ability that allows for his teammates to find their spots for shots on the floor.
Jacob Villalobos | Nike ProSkills El-Paso 2027
Villalobos was an active presence on both ends of the floor for Nike ProSkills El Paso. He showed off his ability to force turnovers on the defensive end while also showing off an ability to get to the paint and finish in traffic with his quickness. He’s a name to keep eyes on for All-Tournament team.
Carlos Rojas | Nike ProSkills El-Paso 2027
Rojas was another prospect in the Nike ProSkills El-Paso 2027 rotation that had a strong outing on Day 1. He showed off his ability to knock down shots on the perimeter and get to his spots in the paint to make his impact felt as they went 1-1 on opening day.
Jacques Mitchell | Team Trae Young 3SSB 2027
Mitchell is an emerging forward to keep an eye on with a solid frame and strong intangibles on both ends of the floor as an impact guy. He was impressive getting to his spots off the bounce while being the anchor on the defensive end with his athleticism.
Chauncey Cravens III | Team Trae Young 3SSB 2027
Cravens got hot in a hurry in both games for Team Trae Young as they went unbeaten on opening day. He’s a crafty guard that can operate off the bounce and off the catch utilizing his shot.
Remy Albrecht | ABC Spotlight 2026
Albrecht was impressive for ABC Spotlight 2026 as he showed off his ability to knock down shots on the perimeter and make plays for others in their two victories on Day 1. He’s a confident floor general with a ton of promise with ABC Spotlight 2026.
Kenny Zamora | ABC Spotlight 2026
Zamora was another threat on the perimeter that really got things going. He knocked four 3-pointers in their second victory to pace the offensive attack alongside Albrecht. He’s a young guard to watch with this squad.
Ke’Anthony Neloms | ABC Basketball 2026
Neloms is a sizeable forward prospect with a ton of upside on the interior. He’s already quite the rim protector as he showed throughout the day with multiple block games. He’s a 6-foot-6 prospect to keep an eye on with ABC Basketball 2026.
Parker Tune | Kings Basketball 323
Tune was the leading name to know with Kings Basketball 323. He showed off an ability to operate on all three levels with the ball in his hands while looking to get others involved as well.
Drayton Wells | Kings Basketball 323
Wells was quite the presence for Kings Basketball 323 especially on the interior and on the glass for his squad. He uses his size well at 6-foot-5 to clean up the glass and be a presence on the boards when the ball isn’t in his hands.
Andrew Harris | Team Trae Young 3SSB 2026
Harris was an impressive name with Team Trae Young 3SSB with his ability to make the right play. He was a presence on the offensive glass that found teammates for buckets on numerous occasions and showed off his stroke on the perimeter.
Beau Billingsley | Team Trae Young 3SSB 2026
Billingsley stepped up in a big way for Team Trae Young 3SSB down the stretch as he was pivotal in their second victory of the day. He took some charges, knocked down shots on the perimeter and found teammates in space to do his part to secure a victory in their second game.
David Coe | AKR Texas Summitt/Vols Elite 2026
Coe has an advanced skillset in his game that stood out right away as he burst for 25 points in their opening game. He forced numerous turnovers and made things happen at the rim with his strong frame and athleticism. He’s one to keep an eye on with this group.
Jaden Parker | Team Griffin 2026
Parker is a strong-framed prospect with Team Griffin that showed off his ability to battle on the interior on Day 1. He’s a mobile forward with a ton of promise getting to the paint and finishing through contact. He’ll be one to watch with this team.
Val Halliburton | Team Griffin 2026
Halliburton is a shifty point guard that gets under opponents defensively and makes them uncomfortable. He was impressive on both ends of the floor for Team Griffin as he showed an ability to run the show and get to his spots on the floor when needed.