#NEXTTTheTuneUp: Standout Offensive-Minded Prospects
Julian Ramirez | Combo Guard | El Paso, TX | Nike ProSkills El Paso 2027 Julian Ramirez was a three-point sniper who torched teams with his effortless release. Ramirez drilled shots in bunches on exceptional efficiency. The standout ProSkills guard…
Julian Ramirez | Combo Guard | El Paso, TX | Nike ProSkills El Paso 2027
Julian Ramirez was a three-point sniper who torched teams with his effortless release. Ramirez drilled shots in bunches on exceptional efficiency. The standout ProSkills guard showed off crafty ball-handling skills with tremendous control and separation instincts with a knack for producing and sustaining space from the defense. Julian Ramirez used his change of pace well enough to get defenders off-balance and to capitalize the moment they would reach or overplay his dribble.
Dkarrion Titsworth | Shooting Guard | Tulsa, OK | We R One 2027
Lethal lefty with a deadly pull-up jumpshot, Titsworth was nearly automatic, particularly from three-point range where he took pleasure in sizing his defender up while walking into his stop and shoot jumper. Dkarrion also displayed phenomenal scoring instincts, understanding how to get a defender moving, out of position, off-balance, and off their feet using jab steps, pump fakes, and stepbacks. Titsworth proved to be one of the most spectacular three-point shooters in his division, he picked up the bulk of his points and some games all of his points from beyond the arc.
Brandon Smith | Point Guard | Tulsa, OK | We R One 2027
Brandon Smith started his weekend off with a 21-point performance followed by another 14 points in game two. Smith excelled whenever he let the game come to him and took what the defense gave him, this usually led to Brandon exploiting defenses with dump-off and cross-court passes, not to mention his dangerous dribble drives and catch and shoot jumpshots. Smith also showed selflessness alongside his natural ability to create off the dribble and set up his teammates in the halfcourt. His knack for penetrating in one-on-one situations often forced the help side rotation which allowed his teammates to cut or spot up for the open three-pointer.
Jaxon Sneed | Point Guard | Arlington, TX | RZB Elite 2026
Jaxon Sneed proved to be a natural playmaker with great control of the tempo and style of play. The 5-foot-9-inch floor general made his living by consistently getting downhill, making himself a constant threat to score in transition often starting and finishing the fastbreak with stop and pop mid-range and deep range pull-up jumpshots. Sneed has a solid ability to change directions and switch speeds off the dribble to keep the defense on their heels.
Isaiah Robinson | Combo Guard | Little Rock, AR | Buchanan’s Performance Academy 2026
This ultra-athletic guard outran and outjumped his opponents on a consistent basis. Robinson’s feel for the game allowed him to capitalize on his ability to be in the right place at the right time. The Arkansas native received the bulk of his touches from timely slashes to the hoop and offensive rebounds. Robinson displayed a knack for extending plays by crashing the glass and cutting whenever his teammates penetrated. Solid finisher at the rim with good body control and hang time, Isaiah used his body exceptionally well to shield the ball on the inside and on his way up.